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March 2012

The Northern Regional office of the Anti-Corruption Commission has taken the educational approach in the fight against corruption to Bombali District Council. This was in the form of a sensitization meeting with staff of the

Tony O. Elumelu, MFR, and Rt. Hon. Tony Blair were in Freetown on Tuesday, March 6, 2012, to formally kick off the first part of a joint innovative programme aimed at supporting transformational governments in

Government has made significant progress in the implementation of the AGENDA for CHANGE during 2008 to 2010. The programmes and projects implemented under each of the strategic priorities of the AGENDA for CHANGE are detailed

One of Sierra Leone’s prominent politicians once remarked that the ‘plasas’ or source of politics is lies. Politics cannot be eaten and enjoyed if it is not spiced with lies, the politician said. Sierra Leone is

Junior staff workers of Sierra Leone’s age-old university, Fourah Bay College took to protest on Monday, March 5, over working benefits the government promised them. This was one among the series of protest actions held

It is election time in Sierra Leone this year, yet, spates of armed robbery incidents are heightening. Thieves in police outfits have always been spotted – to give it crown; painting their national image with

Hey, crying over spilled milk, spilled milk I say!  Chey!  How Africans love the dead is the same – they do with silver stars. The star shaded trees, they say are never valued, but when

Abdul Razak Bah, the National and International Coordinator of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) said his Friday prayers last week at the Tombo Central Mosque. The Muslim dominated anglers’ community gave (the Ujtaz – come

Hussein Amit Hamoud, real estate developer and dealer in electronics and general supplies is the latest victim of armed robbery in the capital Freetown. The businessman’s 6 Sesay Drive, Spur Road residence was raided by

Junior staff of the Milton Margai College of Education and Technology took to protest on Monday March 5th, this year. The strike action is similar to last year’s out blown dimension before the commencement of full

Local Unit Commander, Damon T. Conteh of the Water Division has told Sierra Express Media through this Reporter that he had an ugly experience with the Deputy Minister of Lands and Country Planning, Ahmed Kanu.

President of Young Leaders-Sierra Leone has launched a ferocious attack on the government following reports of the closure of centres in Bo, Kenema and Makeni which serve street children. Unisa Dizo-Conteh Jr. (in photo) said: “quite

The Business Bomba Competition – a brand name for a business plan organized by Africa Foundation for Development Sierra Leone (AFORD) on Tuesday held a day workshop for participants opting for the competition at the

Mustapha Kamara the tribal head of the Goderich village on Monday 5th March made his first appearance in front of Magistrate Seray Wurie of Court No. 1 on a civil sermon for allegedly maliciously damaging

Former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair arrived in Freetown yesterday on a working visit. Earlier this morning, the Former British Prime Minister was received by President Ernest Bai Koroma at State House where they held