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October 2012

The Government of Sierra Leone is considered to have given the green light to timber exporters to continue rigorous logging exercises, especially in the rural areas following the lifting of the ban on the exportation

It is of importance to note that Presidential Guards are of paramount significance in any country because the president who is also the Commander-in-Chief of the Military Forces and other security apparatus in a country

Supporters of the ruling All People’s Congress (APC) party in Port Loko District Northern Province are reportedly in a mad rush to secure party T-shirts, caps and other party regalia ahead of the 23rd October

There has been a clarion call from well meaning Sierra Leoneans for the police to summon and obtain statement from the flagbearer and presidential candidate of the opposition SLPP on why he interrupted the motorcade

As government allows forest operators/timber exporters to resume exporting logs from Sierra Leone following the lifting of the ban on timber export in October this year, Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) is calling on government to

Police are currently investigating an incident of alleged gang rape in which 19 years old Zainab Kamara was assaulted serially by three men and was left stabbed on the left check thereby sustaining a wound

The Sierra Leone U-20 national team, Shooting Stars will today Tuesday 23rd October 2012 commence training sessions at the Football Academy, Kingtom, in preparation for the West Africa Football Union U-20 slated for next month

Sierra Leone football has not been doing well in the past, simply because of several reasons ranging from political interference, regionalism, racial discrimination, and many more which have disturbed or made it difficult for our

The Commissioner of Anti Corruption Commission (ACC), Joseph Fitzgerald Kamara Esq. and his team comprising of the Director of Public Education and Outreach Department, Mr. Sholay Davies, the Director of Systems and Processes Review Department

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, October 23, 2012/ -- The 8th African Development Forum (ADF VIII) opened in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Monday with a call on African countries to harness their huge natural resources for the

Foday Kamara of 15 Easton Street, Freetown, on Monday 22 October, 2012 stood trial before Magistrate Steven Conteh with one count charge for larceny contrary to Section 20 of the Larceny Act 1961.  Kamara pleaded

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe 19 October 2012 – An integrated African strategy for meteorology to meet challenges such as climate change and extreme weather hazards has been adopted by a ministerial-level conference in Zimbabwe. The Second Session

Today, Tuesday 23rd October, Restless Development and partners will be launching a “Youth Manifesto for the 2012 Elections” at the British High Commissioner’s residence at Hill Station. The manifesto shares the views, hopes and fears

Late last year, I was opportune to attend a one day confab organized by the Centre for International Migration and Development (CIM) in Frankfurt, Germany. CIM, Germany´s human resources placement organization for development cooperation, through

A total of nineteen Nigerian volunteers under the Technical Aid Corps program are currently in the country to provide professional assistance in the health and education sectors, among others.  (Photo: High Commissioner HE Eyo Asuquo