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July 2012

The Sierra Leone Bottling Company yesterday 12th July doled out prizes to lucky winners at their head office. Winner of the motor bike, Josephine Jabati (in photo), of Femi Turner Drive, Goderich, Freetown expressed her happiness

Hundreds of people turned out at the Koidu Town field decorated with the Airtel red and white colours to witness the open matches of the 2nd  Under-17 Airtel Rising Stars tournament for boys and girls

Many anti-corruption commissions have been “set up to fail, however they could succeed if they were given the right mandate and the right powers.  In many cases those elements were lacking,” said former Sierra Leone

African states have shown increasing readiness to engage the UN Human Rights Council in responding to human rights developments in Africa requiring the attention of the broader international community. Amnesty International urges African leaders meeting

The case between the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) and Josiah Paris, Media Consultant for the Sierra Leone Road Transport Authority (SLRTA) and three officials of SLRTA, Albert Sombi, Internal Auditor; Mohamed F. Keller, Finance Director and

Festival Bana y’Afrique is event organized by Africa New Music – Afrique Nouvelle Musique, a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of African music and culture in Toronto, Canada.  (Photo:  Diblo Dibala and the Dancers) FRIDAY

Freetown, July 11, 2012: HRCSL wishes to inform the public and its partners that the Panel Hearing of the Public Inquiry into the alleged gross violation of Human Rights in Bumbuna, Tonkolili District, in relation

Tugboats working for London Mining rescued 11 people from rough seas after their boat sank off Freetown harbour at about 8pm on 22 June. The operation lasted nearly an hour following a distress call about the

LONDON – Sierra Leone–focused titanium miner Sierra Rutile Ltd. (SRX.LN) expects its plans to double production over the next three years and it will cost around $200 million funded from cash generation, as it seeks

Interpretations and misinterpretations regarding the benefit of ex-combatants has invaded from four corners of Freetown and resultantly every nook and cranny of Sierra Leone.  It has created a social chaos and a debuted if you

Frankly speaking salary disbursement is a very serious issue in crippling countries like the case of Mama Salone. It has been offering two-sided roars among the masses. In one direction, there are those who always

Five officials who formerly works for the NGO Help A Needy Child International (HANCI) are making their second appearance in court today to answer to thirty one charges of conspiracy to trafficking children contrary to

LONDON, UK (GlobalData), 11 July 2012 - Large-scale destruction caused by wars that raged across West Africa over the last two decades means the region must improve its infrastructure to make the most of its

SL Exploration Investment & Management GmbH is pleased to announce that it has entered into exclusive negotiations with the Government of The Republic of Sierra Leone for two oil blocks (the “Blocks”). The Blocks under

African Petroleum Corporation Limited (NSX: AOQ) (“African Petroleum’’ or the “Company”), a West African focused oil and gas exploration company, is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary, African Petroleum Sierra Leone Limited (“African