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July 2012

The feelings can be so hard That it gets difficult to be glad They seem so hurting, seem so bad You thought the world was going mad. Oh! It gets so annoying, it gets so sad And it doesn’t seem

Attacks by the opposition and media investigations on the career of Governor Mitt Romney (in photo) at Bain Capital, a private equity firm he co-founded and headed, is marring his credibility as he hopes to

Yonibana, July 6 (SLENA): The unexpected wind of positive change for both Health and Sanitation Minister, Zainab Hawa Bangura and the country on the announcement of her recent appointment in the UN did not leave

Freetown July 6 (SLENA): Health and Sanitation Minister, Haja Zainab Hawa Bangura has been invited by British Prime Minister, David Cameron to the prestigious International Summit on Health Care Reform taking place in London. Mrs. Bangura

Matotoka, July 6 (SLENA): The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has approved the Sierra Leone Muslim Secondary School as centre for the National Primary School Examination (NPSE) at Matotoka in the Tane Chiefdom, Tonkolili district. This

Magburaka, July  6 (SLENA): Children Learning  Services in the United Kingdom has donated a consignment of ten computers and accessories to the National Commercial Secondary School (NCSS), Magburaka, northern Sierra Leone. Briefing SLENA, the principal of

A former editor of the Chicago Tribune once despairingly called the situation when media practitioners intensified their attempts over two decades to target selected sections of society as “conquering an audience for advertisers”.  This was

The culture of Political violence is not new to Sierra Leoneans. The country's historical narrative - before and after 1977, and to date is characterised by politically motivated incidents of violence, torture, intimidation and false

A total of 263 ex-service military men tagged as Wounded in Action (WIA) on Wednesday July 4 took again to another peaceful demonstration over their pay off package. The protesting men marched through the various streets

Folks were very worried these days over the state of being of their darling idiot; much as they thought he was twisted in the marathon race where Sorie Srna left bold imprint emerging as the

President of the Sierra Leone Overseas Social and Soccer Association (SLOSSA) Mr. Patrick Dangawalie has told Sierra Express Media that their two days international soccer friendly match against Sierra Leonean veterans that took place in

Four community teams have qualified in the much trumpeted Abdulai Sankoh competition. The four qualifiers are Dwazak, Portuguese Town, Brookfields FC, and New England. The inter community football competition meant only for footballers based at Constituency

At a cross point we have two feet tongues tied here. Mr. President – don’t take light the issue of youths – especially those with various potentials, who also have had time out there honoring

The West Africa Regional Communication Infrastructure Program (WARCIP) has held a one day workshop aimed at discussing the negative Environmental impacts of the ACE project and proffering possible solutions to its challenges. The workshop took place

The Blackhall Road that is contracted to the construction company CSE is in a very slow pace. According to the contract with the Government the process was to be completed within eight months and now