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July 2012

Freetown, July 18 (SLENA): The leadership of House of Parliament on Monday 16thJuly, 2012 visited the residence of the late deputy speaker, Hon Chukuma Johnson at Regent Road Lumley, west end of Freetown. Speaking on behalf

Magburuka, July 18 (SLENA): A Vocational graduate from the United States who recently returned home to contest the Parliamentary election in Constituency 59 in the Tonkolili District has donated 30 cartons of assorted medical items

Ex-Team Manager and chairman of Old Edwardians FC, Dr. Foday Bangura popularly known as “Dr. Bangso has told Sierra Express Sports that God has destined Rodney Michael (in photo) to win the August Presidential elections

Sierra Leone’s Foreign and Finance Ministers have arrived in Beijing, the Peoples Republic of China, with two other senior officials, one from each ministry to attend this year’s Ministerial Conference on China-Africa Cooperation, being the

Mile 91, July 18  (SLENA): As the National Electoral Commission at Yoni and Mile 91 in particular conducts its final round of exhibition of Voter I.D. Cards, many citizens have expressed their frustration at the

The Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission’s Management Plan will be available for Public Review and Comment from July 18 to August 17, 2012.  Management Plan copies can be viewed electronically at libraries throughout the

TUNIS, Tunisia, July 17, 2012/ -- The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) (http://www.afdb.org) has approved recently a USD15 million equity investment in the African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) to increase its

Sierra Leoneans at home and abroad are anxiously waiting to cast their ballots and elect the next president. In general, the November 17 elections are speculated to be peaceful and violent free as a result

The two Sierra Leonean athletes that will be representing the country in this year's Olympic Games in London have ended a week long training in Hastings ahead of the games on Tuesday July 17th before

New “Minute Maid” of the Sierra Leone Bottling Company was proudly branded the new darling of beverages in a fanfare over the weekend at the Hotel Barmoi resort, Aberdeen, Freetown. The Sierra Leone Bottling Company (SLBC),

Sierra Leoneans to Partake in the Olympic Games Ibrahim Turay and Ola Sesay is are to represent Sierra Leone in this year’s Olympics Games in London. The games will commence on 27th July and end on

Magistrate Komba Kamanda of Court No 2  found Mohamed Bangura of No 158 off Bai Bureh Road Quarry, Kissy, guilty on a count of assault, occasioning actual bodily harm to the complainant Fatmata Kamara He ruled

The two Sierra Leonean athletes Ola Sesay and Ibrahim Turay were invited by the Hastings Community in UK to join students of William Parker Sports College after the morning training session on Monday to the

Long in the days when some narrow-minded and short-sighted Eurocentric writers described Africa as a dark continent and the Africans as backward, in plain terms, the people were seen as persons without an iota of

Jean Ping and Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma both failed to get an outright majority in January The African Union has chosen South African Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as its leader, making her the first woman to hold the post. Ms Dlamini-Zuma