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August 2012

Madam Theresa Conteh, a staunch SLPP member, has told the Councilor of Portee in Constituency 99, Ward 355, East of Freetown she and her family are impressed of the APC councilor to the point that

On Friday 24th August, 2012 David Conteh alias Motorman, a native doctor who resides at Calaba Town appeared before Magistrate Steven Conteh of Court No.1 on two Counts Charges of fraudulent conversion, contrary to Section

Honorable Tunde Lewally said the people of Constituency 104 are well aware of the tremendous work he has done in the last four years and would therefore re-elect him in the November 17th presidential elections. 

The Sierra Leone Football Association’s (SLFA) Electoral Committee has confirmed that Mr. Rodney Michael is eligible to contest for the FA Presidential seat slated in the forthcoming September 14-16, 2012 election in Freetown or Kenema. Rodney

The name Issa Kamara in Constituency 106 is becoming household among the electorate as the intended aspirant profile in the constituency is burgeoning with deep agitators for him to go to parliament come November 17th

WAB City is a registered community based organization set up by ambitious young people of the Sierra Leone Diaspora.  The aim of the organisation is to “showcase the hidden talents” of people in Sierra Leone

London, England — When Mohamed Kamara enters the Olympic Stadium during the 2012 Summer Paralympics Opening Ceremony on Wednesday night representing Sierra Leone, he will become only the second Paralympic competitor to ever represent his

The Radiation Protection Board Secretariat has completed a safety assessment inspection of the diagnostic facility at the Holy Spirit Hospitals, Masuba in Makeni.  The inspection was part of the ongoing sensitization programme to create awareness

Addis Ababa, 24 August 2012: The Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union, Dr Jean Ping (in photo), welcomes the recent encouraging developments in Somalia. In particular, the Chairperson lauded the grassroots approach to

Freetown – The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists is in receipt of a notice from the National Telecommunications Commission (NATCOM) to shut down radio stations in default on payment of Spectrum Fees and hereby urges

Sierra Leone’s Ambassador to the West African State of Senegal H.E. Ambassador Khadijatu Bassir, has while meeting with the Ambassador of Ukraine H.E. Ambassador Andriy Zayats, in Dakar Senegal, advocated for a continuity of more

Just last week, the Sierra Leone Peoples Party‘s (SLPP) plans to kill one of Sierra Leone’s most respected politician were exposed by the news media. Their evil plans were made public after email conversations from

In its determination to disseminate anti-graft messages to both public and private sector institutions, which is the educational and preventive approach to combating corruption, the Anti-Corruption Commission Northern Regional Office has on Tuesday 21st August,

“Let’s stop "tolerating" or "accepting" difference, as if we’re so much better for not being different in the first place. Instead, let’s celebrate difference, because in this world it takes a lot of guts to

Freetown: 23rd August, 2012/The Presidential Task Force on Cholera met 23rd August at State House for the second time to streamline and scale up response to the cholera outbreak and spread in most parts of