“Eid-al- Fitr” marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan will be on Tuesday, August 30th, 2011, a statement on Saudi state television quoting the Kingdom’s Judicial Council states.
Religious authorities in the Kingdom of
The Faculty of Social Sciences and Law at FBC informs the public and potential persons interested in earning a degree in social work education that the Department of Social work, which is new and approved
Revelations have it unconcealed that three heavyweights of the ruling All People’s Congress (APC) are battling for running mate to President Koroma in the soon to come 2012 elections.
Musa Tarawallie (Minister of Local Government) and
I have read the articles and listened to the APC and its apologists’ recent campaign strategy: character assassination of the Presidential Hopeful, Maada Bio led by ‘stainless’ Vicky Foh, I thought APC were clinking champagne
Educational institutions must seriously look at the alarming spate of sexual violence against school going children.
It is compelling though that the teachers, just as the rest of society, should provide an enabling environment for up
The judiciary should set the example of dispensing justice in a clear and healthy environment. (Photo: Chief Justice Tejan-Jalloh & Supreme Court Justice Shahineh Taqi, members of the Sierra Leone Judiciary)
There is no denying of money's
It is but necessary that we sometimes divert our attention from politics and the antics of politicians which only help to inflame the minds of ordinary people and draw attention to some social issues which
A cross-section of Sierra Leonean Football players foreign and home based have lauded the tremendous efforts by Sierra Leone's most outstanding FIFA agent Chernor Musa Jalloh.
That his contribution in the development of football impacted FIFA’s
The northern town of Makeni continues to be the centre of attraction for football fans as the Airtel Rising Stars football talent discovery program rocks the Wusum Grounds, Makeni on Friday for the second day
African leaders convened a fund-raising conference Thursday for famine-wracked Somalia, where tens of thousands of people have already died and 3.2 million are on the brink of starvation, with a top United Nations official warning
Addis Ababa, 25 August 2011 –African Union (AU) leaders gathered at the first ever AU Pledging Conference and made pledges of more than US$350 million dollars toward the relief effort assisting the millions of people
While the focus of HIV and AIDS interventions has always been on the 20-40-year-olds most likely to be infected, African democracy institute Idasa warns that health workers and social planners have neglected to take into