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October 2011

Having crashed out of the 2012 Nations Cup finals in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea, Leone Stars players are calling on the local FA and the Government to start preparing now for the 2013 Nations Cup

Sierra Leonean born British raised soccer star Manny Williams has disclosed to Sierra Express Media that he will be happy to play for his country of birth if he receives a call up from the

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has as one of its objectives “to take all steps as may be necessary for the prevention, eradication or suppression of corruption and corrupt practices”.  In this regard, the ACC on

The proverbial ‘so near, yet so far’, has again haunted our darling Leone Stars, depriving our promising rising stars to showcase their talents in next year’s Gabon/Equatorial Guinea African Football jamboree. However, taking into consideration

October 10th was World Day Against the Death Penalty and FCO staff around the world marked the day. The British High Commissioner in Sierra Leone, Ian Hughes (in photo), gives his views on the death

Over 90 percent of the people including players, Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) officials, and journalists that formed the 42-man Leone Stars delegation to South Africa for the team’s last group match of the just

Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) Technical Director says the Leone Stars did not qualify to the 2012 Nations Cup because they failed to score an early goal against South Africa’s Bafana Bafana. The final Group G

The Executive Director of Attitudinal and Behavioral Change (ABC) Secretariat, Dr. Ivan Agibola Thomas, has on Monday 10th October 2011 called on prison officials to be positive in their attitude towards prisoners and their work.

The advert features Bono himself and a host of other stars A campaign advert made by a organisation founded by U2 singer Bono has been banned from UK TV because it may breach political advertising rules. The

Three West and Central African countries on Saturday agreed to implement two competitive projects on fisheries and aquaculture for a three-year period starting from January 2012. After meeting for three days in the Sierra Leonean capital,

Have you seen the 1990-film "Class of 1999?" In it, a Seattle school system is so ridden with gang violence and drug abuse that not even the police will dare to intervene. The Department of

With much hoopla, India has announced that it has a $65 Android tablet it is willing to subsidize to $35 for students and teachers. This has reignited the debate around hardware price points for educational

New York, 7 October 2011 – African diplomats and representatives of the civil society at United Nations October 6th paid tribute to the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) for its achievements over the past

The Sierra Leone Norwegian-based midfielder, Khalifa Jabbie (in photo), has described the South Africa goalkeeper Khune Itumeleng as ‘the biggest cheat’ he has ever played against in professional football. The 18-year old young star Khalifa Jabbie who

He may not have been so lucky to qualify his team for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon however, the Leone Stars head coach Lars Olof Mattsson says he wants