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April 2013

Aggregrated “IR Mapper” database provides global direction on insecticide resistance management NAIROBI, Kenya, April 25, 2013/ -- The first online mapping tool to track insecticide resistance in mosquitoes that cause malaria was launched today. The interactive

Lifting the bars of people-to-people and political diplomacy; prospect and desire of a coming Ambassador Sierra Leone’s sustained growth continues to make great progress with specific reference to the governance period of President Ernest Koroma. During

The Chairman of the Parliamentary Oversight Committee on Mineral Resources in Parliament Hon. Amadu Kanu, has called on parents and community leaders in the Kono District to take immediate steps to ensure that children engaged

Teachers belonging to a group known as Concerned Teachers have told Sierra Express Media that they will stage a peaceful demonstration against the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) for not coming up with the outcome of

It is no longer a secret that Sierra Leone football is dying slowing. It is also becoming clear that the man behind this sad state of affairs the Minister of  Sports,  Hon. Paul Kamara (in

One school that has contributed immensely towards the development of this nation is the Government Secondary School, Kenema popularly known as K–School. The school recently held its 61st annual anniversary celebration in grand style at

A total of 519 students pursuing various courses including Nursing, Pharmacy and Medicine have been enrolled at the College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences (COMAHS), University of Sierra Leone. Speaking at the matriculation ceremony which

Women, children and persons with disability in Sierra Leone are being targeted by a non-governmental philanthropic organization, JAFAI Health and Support Services which had made tremendous impacts in America in assisting deprived people. In an interview

Sierra Leone Labour Congress will observe the International Workers Day, also known as May Day, on May 1 this year. Explaining this to Journalists yesterday at a press briefing at the offices of the Sierra Leone

One of the outstanding squash players in the Armed Forces Squash Tournament, Mohamed Toby Sumaila, told the Sierra Express Media Sports that people should not have been surprised when President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma defeated

In these times when politicians have come up for bashing and some of them have themselves made news headlines for the wrong reasons, one politician who seems to be regarded favourably by political pundits for

Sheik Abdul Kadir Al Fadl, long-serving Honorary Consul of Sierra Leone in Saudi Arabia's second capital, Jeddah has passed away after a protracted illness.  (Photo: L-R Mr. Konneh and Mr. Sillah) The news was received this

President Ernest Bai Koroma has said that he wants the agriculture sector to improve its contribution to the overall goal of national economic growth, wealth creation, food security and poverty alleviation in line with the

The incident this week in which supporters of the main opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) went on the rampage and had to be tear gassed by the Police to disperse them, has sent worrying

The Station Manager of the Sierra Leone Water Company (SALWACO) in Lungi, Mr. Lansana Sawi, has reacted to an article carried by this paper on Wednesday, April 17, 2013, captioned: “US $69m project in limbo