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September 2011

The Independent Media Commission, (IMC) wishes to condemn the attacks by two presidential guards on four (4) journalists who were covering the CAF/African Nation Cup Match between Sierra Leone and Egypt at the National Stadium

Sierra Leone Scottish base Striker Mohamed Pobosky Bangura (in photo) will play this year’s UEFA Europa league after the Hoop won an appeal against FC Sion of Switzerland, Sierra Express Media reliable reports. FC Sion was

FC Kallon chairman Mohamed Kallon has said in Freetown he is looking at the central parade midfielder Tamba Kaikai as a possible addition to the Freetown base club as they are planning to make another

Sierra Leone FIFA agent Chernor Musa Jalloh has disclosed to Sierra Express Media that he was shocked at the sudden death of his partner, Alhaji Ibrahim Sly Tetteh (photo), who has helped many Sierra Leonean Football

Sierra Leoneans especially business people have had discouragement over the uncontrolled increase of the price of basic commodities in the country. Findings by this press point up blatant that since APC’s taking over of governance in

Liberia - African Petroleum has completed drilling the first well (Apalis-1) in deep water offshore Liberia in Block LB-09. The results of Apalis-1 confirm Blocks LB-08 and LB-09 (100% owned by African Petroleum) are located in

Here's an update on our documentary "The Burma Boy", which was broadcast as part of the Al Jazeera Correspondent series. I'm writing this because I've been overwhelmed with kind words about the film from viewers round

The Sierra Leone Football Association wishes to inform the general public and all football stakeholders in the country that it has put on hold its current First Division play-offs in the Western area until further

On Saturday 3rd September 2011, at least four Sports Journalists were viciously attacked and seriously beaten by men in plain clothes later identified to be members of the Presidential Guard attached to State House. The Sports

In a bid to recruit every Public Officer and Sierra Leonean into the national Anti-Corruption force that is morally armed to fight corruption from every angle, the Public Education team of the Anti-Corruption Commission in

Freetown - The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists hereby calls for an Independent Investigation Panel to look into the beating-up of four journalists on Saturday 3 September at the National Stadium by two plain-clothed police

When the Libyan uprising began six months ago following the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions, it was difficult to envisage that the opulent rule of Ghadaffi would come to an end. The political support for Ghadaffi

Hope Salone a New Jersey non profit, non governmental and non political organization that has been making in-roads in the western area of Freetown,  this past weekend-held it first back to school Gift bag for

Last week's battle linking armed security officers attached to the Minister of Internal Affairs and defenseless Kono Youth corroborates serialized reportage of facts that Musa Tarawallie (in photo) viciously wants President Koroma appoint him as

I am sure President Koroma must have known by now that his appointed Internal Affairs Minister is a misfit to society and governance generally.  (Photo: Ibrahim Samura, Editor) Forget it man, even though people say Musa