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March 2013

But far too many are still dying from childbirth complications In recent years, the shrill cries of a newborn baby have been bringing more shouts of joy than of anguish in maternity wards across Africa. That

Accra, Ghana – 19 civil society organisations (CSOs) from the three northern regions of Ghana have benefitted from a two day training on Strategic Project Planning organized by the West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI).

The massive theft of the Addax BioEnergy Company Limited properties will wreck its operations if urgent measures are not taken by the relevant authorities.   (Far L) Addax HSSE Manager, Derek Higgo, Clive English, John S.

Magistrate Kumba Kamanda of Magistrate Court number 2 Freetown before ruling reminded the court of the charges before him. The 2nd and 3rd accused persons, (Tamba Solleh and Sunny Rogers) were charged with conspiracy to

Ni hao, Chinese for “hello,” or ting bu dong, meaning “I hear you, but I don’t understand,” are two expressions one often overhears today in Zimbabwe’s capital. It is one of the results of tenacious efforts

At a farewell reception held in honor of outgoing United States of America Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of African Affairs, Ambassador Johnnie Carson  at the Ronald Reagan  International Centre in Washington DC

Freetown, February  (SLENA): The Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Dr. Keifala Marah (in photo) has said in Freetown that when he was appointed Minister of Finance, one of the things he planned to do

Freetown, February  (SLENA): Vice President Chief Alhaji Samuel Sam Sumana has welcomed a six-man delegation from the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) and the Somalia Police Force to Sierra Leone. Welcoming the delegation, VP Sam

Sierra Leone’s Minister of Works and Infrastructure, Hon. Alimamy P. Koroma (in photo) has informed this writer that funds for the construction of the collapsed Mabang bridge in the Moyamba districts “were made available to

The two accused persons Reuben Tekuyama and George Pratt are currently before Justice A.H Charm for a six count indictment. The first count is conspiracy to prevent an election contrary to law, the second, disturbing

All hell  broke loose today when Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) PRO Tamba Sam and the Secretary General tried to balance the party books and came up $60,000 short; pointing the finger at John Oponjo