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October 2011

The decades old misunderstandings among stakeholders of the transport sector that have been impeding national development have start seeing headway after the Attitudinal and Behavioral Change (ABC) converged actors yesterday for an objective dialogue at

Sequel to newspaper reports that the local ‘kamajor’ militia is regrouping for   2012, in which both the Resident Minister South and the Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Security were entangled is now seen as

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – While most of Major League Soccer was taking a well-deserved breather last weekend, Kei Kamara was witness to one of the most bizarre events in world soccer's recent history.  Sierra Leone

The Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of Sierra Leone to the United Nations, Allieu Ibrahim Kanu, who doubles as Executive Director of Sierra Leone Institute of International Law has said in Freetown that the International

It seems Sierra Leoneans have been preoccupied with local politics ever since the violent incident took place last month in Bo, Southern Sierra Leone. The people have been so engrossed in the SLPP-APC debacle that not

Mothers Helping Mothers-Germany-Sierra Leone- in collaboration with Love One Another Campaign Sierra Leone concluded a three day seminar on business plans and ethics. The seminar which attracted some 40 beneficiaries was held at the headquarter office

The headquarter auditorium hall of NASSIT got burnt yesterday 11th. In an interview with the Public Affairs Manager, Osman Foday Koroma, he said the fire started at approximately 9:15 a.m. at a time all the

Ex-Central Bank Governor, J.D. Rogers (in photo) has arguably pointed out that the on-going Attitudinal and Behavioral Change (ABC) programme initiated by the APC government was copied from the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper two (PRSP2)

President-elect of the Sierra Leone Traditional Healers Union (SLTHU), Alhaji Sulaiman Kabba, has expressed the need to put a halt to ongoing habitual ritual killings in the country particularly when elections are near. He said ritual

It was bewilderment in minds of all, especially foreign nationals, shortly after a street in the central business district of Freetown was flooded with unclean water owing to hours of downpour of rain. Ecowas Street, situated

The second stadium in the Liberian capital of Monrovia, Antoinette Tubman stadium was packed to the rafters. For the first time, both ex combatants and victims of the country’s civil war had formed themselves into

The silent suffering of women in the country is uncountable. Fistula is one amongst many. Fistula is an abnormal opening between the bladder and the birth canal or the rectum and the birth canal which

On the night of 15 September 2011, the Operational Security Division (OSD) of the Tankoro Police Division assigned to the Koidu Kimberlite Project (KKP) operations in Kono District detected a group of youth, who had

Standard Chartered Bank begins victorious in the 4th annual Inter-Bank Football Tournament at the Football Academy Kingtom winning 1 goal to nil against ECOBANK on Saturday 8th October 2011. Standard Chartered with its policy of maintaining

Captain of the Sierra Leone national football team, Leone Stars, Ibrahim Obreh Kargbo commended players for the brilliant contribution put up during the 2014 CAN Qualifiers despite we did not book a ticket to the