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December 2011

Consequent to letter written the US Secretary of State, Honorable Hillary Clinton by reportedly 19 congress members, the Vice President of Sierra Leone, Samuel Sam Sumana has exalted a request for a swift and uncompromising investigation

Reports reaching this press state that the Minister of Internal Affairs, Musa Tarawally (in photo) may possibly face the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) to explain how the sum of Le1,000,000,000 meant for the rehabilitation of Lungi

In a bid to complement government’s strive to promote health conditions, the Sierra Leone Arc of Hope (SLAH) on Tuesday December 13th, 2011 observed a ‘Turning of the Sod’ Ceremony in commencing the construction of

Leading mining company London Mining has announced the start of iron ore production at its Marampa mine, stating that it is on track to ship its first exports by the end of the year.   The company

The signs are beginning to show that this year’s Christmas which by God’s grace had always been a joyous occasion the world over would this time around be a somber moment in the Republic of

Bereaved families at Masiaka are currently in a state of despair as ritualists are said to be exhuming buried corpses for voodoo purposes. Reports reaching the Sierra Express Media say that the act of graveyard vandals

The Government of Sierra Leone is aware of a letter dated 12th December 2011 written by some eminent Congressmen of the United States of America to Secretary of State Hilary Clinton expressing “serious concerns regarding

This is disturbing though. It’s been told that Mr. Idiot has been complained to Di Obai for his unmoved stance on exposing unwholesome conduct of states Minister; so to say, the missing Le 880 million. 

The ability of Drug Regulatory Agencies to adequately carry out the ever challenging tasks to ensure medicines safety depends on the capacity of its staff carry out such tasks in line with contemporary methods and

The World Health Organization (WHO) through the Pharmacy Board of Sierra Leone and other stakeholders in healthcare in the country has funded the repeal the Pharmacy and Drugs Act 2001, a move that is geared

This week, we lost a friend and a sister in the line of duty. She was traveling to Durban, South Africa for the 17th Conference of Parties (CoP-17, or climate change negotiations). Marie Aminata Khan, who served as Programme

It was on Friday 2nd December 2011 when the popular Father Christmas was spotted along the Lumley community sharing fabulous gifts to lucky subscribers that won in the one month “Gentri Wit Fada Krismes!” promotion

Fancy yourself as the face of MINK 2012?  Award winning makeup agency and school, MINK, is looking for a new face to front its campaign in 2012. Over the next few weeks, MINK's team of creatives will

The response to HIV and AIDS is in top gear in the Southern part of the country. Bo City was recently rumoured to have a higher HIV prevalence rate. In spite of the fact that

The Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) is calling for feature, short and documentary entries for its 2012 edition, to be held in April in Nigeria, home to the world’s third largest film industry. The deadline