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May 2012

Sierra Express Media is displeased with the tolerable filth engulfing the city of Freetown. These days the gutters of the main streets in the capital are filled with garbage comprising of industrial polythene, mango waste,

Sierra Express Media understands that a fuel shortage will soon hit the capital of Freetown. We are informed that today (Monday) is going to witness yet another queuing as the last stock made available to

Sierra Leone came from behind to beat Chad on Sunday to advance to the next round of qualifying for the 2013 African Under-20 Championship. The Shooting Stars won 2-1, to make it 5-3 on aggregate, and

Mohamed Tarawally of No.119 Regent Road, Lumley, was arraigned before Magistrate Steven Conteh of Court No. 1 on Monday answering to three count charges of conspiracy to commit a crime, disorderly behaviour contrary to Section

Airtel has adopted the Provincial Islamic Pre Primary School in Kenema, eastern Sierra Leone, as part of their school adoption process.  The telecommunication network giant embarked on school adoption as a stepping stone to improve

Executive Vice President of the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries has called for stronger collaboration between his Association and Sierra Leone, through the Embassy of Sierra Leone in the People’s Republic of

Unisa Bangura of No 20 G Mount Aureole Terrace, Freetown,  Chernor Brima Bah of No 17 Regent Road, Freetown, Ibrahim Sorie Bangura of No 18 Sackville Street, Freetown, Thaimu Sesay of Jui Police Barracks, Freetown,

Workers and staff of the National Social Security and Insurance Trust (NASSIT) have celebrated the entity’s 10th anniversary of existence in Sierra Leone since its establishment in 2002 as an Act of Parliament at their

National Youth Commission brief on Youth Development Programming – 3 May 2012 - Since the launch of National Youth Commission by His Excellency on November 25th 2011, the commission has been working hard to establish

Should the people of Sierra Leone Rejoice unreservedly, or be a bit worried?  Part Three (final part):  As our political parties prepare to engage in another set of Democratic elections on 17th November 2012, not

As many as one in two children under the age of five admitted into children’s wards in Sierra Leone have been there as a result of severe malaria. But Sierra Leone has been fighting back

Here at the Craig Bellamy Foundation Academy we’re already looking forward to the next academic year as we select our new cohort of boys and begin to build new classrooms and dormitories to fit them

The Principal Defender has appointed Morris Anyah (in photo), an experienced international appeals lawyer, as Assigned Appeals Counsel to conduct the appeal of convicted former Liberian President Charles Taylor. Mr. Anyah has served as co-counsel

Civil society’s visibility and influence in conflict prevention and peace building has grown globally.  Civil society actors have increasingly become vital forces in discourses, initiatives and programmes that foster peace and security across the world.

It was a great month for the boys and girls in the CBF Youth Development League with the announcement of four new team sponsors, while existing sponsors provided teams with new football kits. Thanks to the