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April 2012

Representatives from more than 100 civil society organisations will gather in Freetown to unite in a call to the government of Sierra Leone. The Civil Society Forum event has a theme of Enhancing partnership and

At some point in our lives, most of us face times that are extra stressful or that can even shake us to our core.  Such times can occur when one is faced with people whose

Traders of Big Market in the west central of Freetown have been reassured of the market’s participation in international cultural trade fairs in order to showcase Sierra Leone tourism and cultural potentials globally. This was made

President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma has last Thursday 12th April 2012 crowned hip-pop rivals as peace ambassadors of Sierra Leone at a meeting held at State House, Freetown. Sparking representative of The Best Squad (TBS), Red

27 year old Sierra Leonean London-based model Nelly George is currently in Sierra Leone on vacation. She is looking for companies to sign her up for sale of their products. This gorgeous and curious looking

All Should Open Their Eyes to See Evidences of Changes … President Koroma President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma has called on the people of Kenema to open their eyes and see the practicalities of rapid

As the 42nd Anniversary of Earth Day approaches, people are becoming frustrated with the failure of governments to take any steps toward protecting and preserving the environment. The Earth Day 2012 campaign is designed to provide

This will be my final vent of the season about the club I love but who never fail to disappoint – it would not be healthy for me to write about Tottenham any more after

I watched the faces of children under the care and support of the NGO, Help A Needy Child International (HANCi-SL) on the Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC) and almost shed tears with their outbursts. Of

Thursday April 26th is the date the Special Court for Sierra Leone has set aside to deliver judgment on Charles Ghankay Taylor, the former Liberian war lord. The ex-Liberian president was standing trial at the Special

The action of the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) regarding their entrapment on the Aljazeera timber documentary is seen as nothing but a cheap way of selling the country’s volatility to foreign media.  The documentary is

Obi Buya Kamara, Director of Reparations in the office of National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA) has intimated to this medium that less than 300 Million Leone is currently within the coffers of the War

The Head of Community and Public Relations, National Registration Secretariat (NRS), Donald King has called on the government to decentralize the National Registration Secretariat in the provinces across the country. His statement came to address the

The King George Memorial Home for the aged at Lower Parsonage Street will relocate to Grafton in the east outskirts of Freetown today, April 20th. King George’s Home is currently housing a considerable number of aged

A team comprising Paramount Chiefs, bike riders, youths and market women from Koinadugu District has disclosed plans to pay a courtesy visit to President Koroma in the central District of Freetown to express their dissatisfaction