With the recently concluded report on the “Bo Political Mishap “published, the spate of violence that is rearing its ugly head in local communities does not augur well for all peace loving and well meaning
DURBAN, December 6, 2011 – Keeping its commitment to Green Industry and in its desire to achieving green growth and green economy in the region and around the world thereby underscoring the critical importance of
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – (December 6, 2011) – As part of its sponsorship announced in July, New Holland Agriculture will be attending the Networking Reception held by Climate Action in partnership with the United Nations
The Independent Media Commission has established with utmost dismay that following a Complaints Committee Meeting of the Commission held on Wednesday 30th November, 2011, involving one Rev. Darlington Morrison as complainant and the Editor of
DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA – 04 December 2011- Ministers from over 50 African countries met to reinforce their position, demanding an ambitious second commitment period under the Kyoto Protocol, effective action under the Bali Action Plan
Mayor Herbert George Williams, who faces charges of corruption (25 counts) and whose bail condition was Le 500 million, two sureties and two house books correspondingly, Monday 28th, enjoys bail concession; submitting one house book
Mobile giant, Airtel SL Friday 2nd celebrated World Aids Day at its head office at Main Motor Road Wilberforce.
Airtel, dissimilar to other mobile companies in Sierra Leone commemorates World Aids Day every year.
National Coordinator Business
Consequent to President Koroma’s call for change of attitude, senior executives of the Attitudinal and Behavioural Change (ABC) Secretariat on Friday 2nd made a stopover visit to the Sierra Leone Prison head office in Freetown
It was the intention of the Idiot to continue with his narratives on that rotten Sorious/Al-LIE- Jazeera blackmailing video footage, but wants all (Sierra Leoneans) know he has a legal task to perform today. (Photo:
I was amazed when I read an article in the ‘Awoko’ newspaper dated November 30, 2011, entitled ‘Government to Introduce Health Insurance Policy’. This was a statement made by the Dr. Kelfala Marah, Chief of
Foundation for Democratic Initiatives and Development – SL (FDID-SL), wishes to register her disgust at the high rate of youth violence that has surfaced in the last two weeks. What is most alarming and worrisome
Addis Ababa, 2nd December 2011 – A Panel Discussion on the African Plan to eliminate Mother to Child HIV Transmissions took place yesterday, Thursday, 1st December 2011, within the framework of World AIDS Day commemoration
Freetown - As a prelude to the Conference on Development and Transformation to be held in January 2012, the Sierra Leone Conference on Development & Transformation (SLCDT) Secretariat in collaboration with the International Growth Centre