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September 2011

As part of the Attitudinal and Behavioural Change Secretariat’s work plan of action the Secretariat has on Friday 23rd September, 2011 paid a visit to the Prince of Wales secondary school in Freetown to educate

A Sierra Leonean football star based in the United States of America playing for Sporting Kansas City, Kei Kamara, has on Friday 23 September 2011 awarded scholarships to primary school pupils who passed the National

In its drive to spread anti-corruption messages to rural communities, the Northern Regional office of Anti-Corruption Commission has empowered members of Sanda Tendaren and Libeisaygahun Chiefdoms in Bombali District to enable them contribute to the

The successful end of the regional under 17 boot ball tournaments courtesy of Airtel and Manchester United, gives Airtel another edge amongst other telecommunications company in Sierra Leone.  The western area matches held at the

Sierra Leone soon will be going into a crucial election: the third since the country came out of conflict, thus providing the most significant test to its resilient democracy. Getting this right will cement Sierra

The much awaited national finals of the Airtel Rising Stars, Sierra Leone yesterday kicked off at the National Stadium in Freetown. Eight boys team and four girls team gathered together to take part in the

Founders of the AFRICA AWARDS FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP launch Africa’s Premier Conference for Entrepreneurs, Investors and Business Leaders NAIROBI, Kenya, September 22, 2011 -- Legatum (www.legatum.com), a private international investment group, and Omidyar Network, a philanthropic investment

The Executive Secretary and Chief Radiation Protection Officer of the Radiation Protection Board secretariat Mr. Josephus Kongo and team of Scientific Inspectors have completed an inspection tour of various scrap metal sites in Freetown with

Sierra Leone and Namibia have both moved up 24 places in the latest Fifa World Rankings while the biggest movers are Togo, who are up 26 spots.  (Photo: Celtic striker Mohamed Bangura scored for Sierra

The Executive Director of the Attitudinal and Behavioral Change (ABC) Secretariat Dr Ivan Agibola Thomas has urged all troops of the different units of the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF) to cooperate with

The BEFFTA awards celebrates the achievements hard working black and ethnic minority personalities in entertainment, film, fashion, television and arts. The winners are chosen by the general public and voting is expected to start on

Sleek, gleaming black Ferrari. Tick. Shoes without socks. Tick. Expensively but understatedly dressed. Tick. (Photo: Peacemaker Drogba's hopes for his homeland) So, Didier Drogba, tell us why your fellow centre-forward Fernando Torres has scored just two

New York City - Victor Mooney of Forest Hills, Queens will have a little company when he heads off from Las Palmas, Canary Islands and rows five thousand miles back to New York on World

There was good news in the world of international justice last week: Burkina Faso and Niger said unequivocally that they will not give safe haven to former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi – who may be

Some prison conditions in Liberia are so poor that they violate basic human rights with inmates crowded into dirty cells without adequate food, water or healthcare, Amnesty International said in a new report released today. Good