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December 2012

It was on the 17th of November that we all came together with a great decision to reelect President Ernest Bai Koroma and his Vice President for another five years of state governance. Following the

Presidential Address delivered by His Excellency Dr Ernest Bai Koroma G.C.R.S.L. on the occasion of the State Opening of the First Session of the Fourth Parliament of the Second Republic of Sierra Leone in the

A new television advert sees Britain elect its first Black Prime Minister and uncover that he was adopted as a child. The advertisement has been produced by culturally-diverse television brand OHTV as part of the

Amid raving economic forecasts that Africa will be the next big emerging market, chronic food shortages remain stubbornly immune to solutions. The African Union is aware of this weak link and is working to convince

Addis Ababa, December 14th 2012 – Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, African Union Commission’s Chairperson, received on the 9th December, 2012, the International Renaissance Woman of the Year Award 2012, during the annual celebratory event organized

It all began with one big yelp With gestures that signaled help From the ushers who swelled up the joy That herald the birth of a child, a boy! Bouncing through the corridors of life With strides that seemed all

In preparation for the Western African Veteran football competition to be hosted in Senegal, the Retired National Footballing Heroes will today engage their Eastern Veteran counterparts at the football academy, Kingtom. The weekend match will be

The Dawa Islamic Organization in collaboration with Council of Imams in Sierra Leone and the Womens Organization for Education and Development has planned a three week camp for religious children in the Kenema District to

We have been constrained to add our voice to many that are calling on Sierra Leoneans to be law abiding for the sake of our beloved homeland and also for the sake of posterity. Indiscipline and

Once again Malawi finds itself in a tight spot. A food crisis set off by erratic rains, rising food prices and economic hardships is slowly unfolding. Sadly and unexpectedly, Malawi has lost its hard-earned status

John Sisay, CEO of Sierra Rutile, was named one of the world’s most innovative thinkers at a recent occasion in London attended by business leaders, sporting heroes, political figures, philanthropists and influential civil society members

Airtel will never cease to amaze its subscribers. 3x reloaded has brought so much joy to the lives of subscribers. In a vox-pop with a few subscribers they admitted that 3x reloaded is one of

FIFA representatives, Primo Cavaro and Abega have finally appointed members of the Normalization Committee for the period of six months, and as well been empowered with the responsibility to run football and organize the elective

Services Secondary School has been earmarked as a success story for promoting quality education in the western part of the capital Freetown. Speaking to the principal of the Junior Secondary School Mr. J.P.S Fayia at his

The Governing Board of the OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) has approved seven loans and three grants totaling over US$100 million to boost socio-economic development in 13 African countries VIENNA, Austria, December 14, 2012/ -- The Governing Board