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February 2012

President Koroma has been exposed for machinating the removal of the United Nations envoy to Sierra Leone Michael von der Schulenburg. Reuters’ news is quoted as saying that in a letter written to the United Nations

Four out of six prosecution witnesses Monday 13th told High Court 2 that Lansana Fadika (in photo) is their Bra - their financier and most respected man. Fadika, who doubles as complainant in a matter of

On a day that Tottenham Hotspur emphatically announced their arrival to the high table of English football with a thumping hammering of Newcastle FC, it was sad that the talk was all about “the handshake”

A son of SLPMB in Calaba Town stretching to Allen Town, one of Sierra Leone’s hardworking and patriotic sons of Constituency 96, Dr. Alpha Sorie Koroma is all set to enter mainstream politics with an

Contrary to recent pronouncement made by the President of the Republic of Sierra Leone and leader of the All Peoples Congress Party that his government has never held captive any political detainee since he assumed

With support from the Special Court of Sierra Leone, Youth Forum Network Sierra Leone concluded its symposium on the trial of Charles Taylor.  (Photo: Former Liberian president, Charles Taylor) Giving a run down on the trial,

A witness in a corruption trial against the suspended Mayor of Freetown (in photo)  and others has told the High Court that a sum totaling US$210,000 was lavishly expended by management of Freetown City Council

The Director of International Christian Aid, Loretta Minghell is in the Sierra Leone to get a firsthand report on the successes and failures of local partner organizations on the ground. Indisputable sources have it that Minghella’s

Almost ten months into the 2012 general election, Ghana’s ruling party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), appears to be in never-ending turmoil. The restless ex-President Jerry Rawlings, the alleged founder of NDC, failing to control

Freetown - Wednesday- 15th February, 2012 – A news item circulated by Reuters, but actually written by Simon Akam, suggesting that the out-gone UNIPSIL boss Michael Schulenburg was chased out of the country through pressure

The Anti-Corruption Commission in its resolve and commitment to educate the public on the downside of corruption and enlist the masses in the anti-graft crusade, on Friday 10th February, 2012 empowered students and Instructors of

More than 15 youths from the Calaba town Progressive Youth Organisation (CPYO) have received certificates after a week-long training on project writing and community development among other things. The training which was facilitated by the Goodwill

Re: A response to claims of national party politics and financial fraud in the Union’s management Beijing-China, 13th February 2012 - The attention of the Sierra Leone Students Union in China has been drawn to an

Sierra Leone’s economic tragedy is not that we are poor; the tragedy is that we lack a ruling class that is committed to overcoming our state of poverty.  Real politics here has little to do

Thousands of people rallied in cities across the world today to demand respect for human rights in the Middle East and North Africa as part of a global day of action organized by Amnesty International. Activists,