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May 2012

London Mining reopened its Marampa mines site in Port Loko District last week Thursday, April 26th. The occasion attracted people from different walks of life. Speaking at the reopening launch, Chairman of the program,  Minister of

Founder and Executive Director of Disable International Foundation in Sierra Leone, Imambay Kadie Kamara, has officially launched her Foundation in the pastoral center of the Northern Makeni city of Sierra Leone last week Tuesday, April

MAFA FC narrowly beat Cole Farm FC by 1-0 on Friday April 27 to clinch the opposition Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP) Non-violence and Awareness Raising Football Gala Trophy at the Lumley-Grassfield football field, Constituency 112. 

Over five hundred youths at Ward 333 in Constituency 93 on Friday 27th April, 2012 took part in the much awaited “DaVita” jogging race from 7th Battalion to Lakka, taking a U-turn back to Adonkia.  (Photo:

After yesterday’s tedious Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium – which the home side won 1-0 thanks to a header from Vincent Kompany just before half-time – City now have the league title well within

The National Youth Commissioner Mr. Anthony Koroma has engaged various youth football groups in a gala competition which was hosted at the Black Street playing field in central Freetown. The gala was organized to raise awareness

Readers and the general public are hereby informed that we have bumped into a dossier of documents exposing the immoral attitude of the head of the country’s integrity club – the Anti Corruption Commission, boss,

Former Liberian war lord, Charles Taylor has been convicted for crimes against humanity, contrary to the International Humanitarian Laws (IHL), and also found guilty for aiding and abetting the eleven year civil war in neighboring

When the idiot turns his senseless nose poking to issues of public concern, uncle corruption Josie the dreamer sensed he was trapped in the wedge of a love triangle. It is a saga, a commotion

The trial commenced in the High Court of Sierra Leone on Tuesday April 24 in the matter of alleged conspiracy to commit corruption, involving Momoh Kemoh Konte and Alex Mansaray, named in the Aljazeera documentary

Assistant Superintendent of Police and head of the police media, Ibrahim Samura, commented over the recent spate of violence by the Sierra Leone Police (SLP) over an industrial strike action protested by African Mineral workers

Freetown: 20th April, 2012 - The Pan-Afrikan Community Movement (PACM) is a newly formed grassroots Pan-Africanist, community based movement of youths, students, women, employed and unemployed workers in urban and rural Sierra Leone. We stand

African Minerals Limited announces that Alan Watling, Chief Executive Officer ("CEO") of the Company, has notified the Board of his intention to retire and today resigned from the Board and as CEO. The successful commencement

Within forth-eight hours of his arrival in the People’s Republic of China, Sierra Leone’s Ambassador to China, Abubakarr Multi-Kamara has, on Thursday 26th April, presented copy of his Letters of Credence and recall to the

The National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA) has adopted a new approach in its Strides to Alleviate Poverty in Sierra Leone through Self-Help Affinity Groups (SAGs) creating the ability of meeting the basic needs of