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May 2013

In a bid to complement the effort of government to meet the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) and to contribute to Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma’s dream of Agenda for Prosperity, the Deputy Mayor of The Freetown

Three students have graduated from the Mrs. Ingegerd Memorial Tailoring Training Center at Portee, Wellington in the east end of Freetown. The three students are Ariatu Sillah, Yatta Kamara and Hawanatu Keita. The students also benefited

Non-Division sides, Juba All Stars FC on Thursday 23rd May beat and knocked out Med Kay FC 3-1 in the ongoing Central One Football Association (COFA) non-Division knock-out lboasts league at the Parade field. The young

The notorious Sports Minister, Paul Kamara, has again drawn daggers with his Deputy Sports Director, Pamela Williams and the National Olympic Committee (NOC). According to the minister, the Deputy Sports Director, Pamela Williams disobeyed him when

The Regional Surveyor east, in the Ministry of Land and Country Planning, Rashid Charles Ngiawei has told journalists at his Maxwell Khobe office in Kenema that their ministry will soon embark on closing down some

A month ago Vickie Remoe & Company lanched GoWoman Magazine at the Movenpick Hotel in Ghana.  To kick off the first edition they brought together 100 GoWomen from across the region to Accra, and they

Michael Bonny Bassey is one of the housemates at this year’s Big Brother Africa Season 8 reality show.  The show started on Sunday 26th May and will continue until August.  Big Brother Africa is the

Freetown, Sierra Leone Branch, held On Friday 24th May 2013, at the Samuel Beccles-Davies Memorial Hall, (Cathedral House) Gloucester Street, Freetown) Wordsworth S Cole President Ojo A U Collier Vice President 1 Samuel B Freeman Vice President 2 Prince E A J

Have we not, the required political leadership in the last over half a decade, when it comes to Sierra Leone’s quest for development? The answer to this is a definite yes, with specific reference to

Lomé /New York, 24 May 2013 - A delegation of 36 African countries meeting in Togo has condemned the continued use of cluster bombs worldwide and urged all African nations to sign up to an

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, May 26, 2013/ -- “The sleeping giant is on its way” stated AfDB President Donald Kaberuka (in photo) during the opening of the 50th anniversary of the African Union in the Ethiopian

Addis Ababa, 26 May 2013 – An optimistic future for Sub-Saharan Africa with higher levels of human development is possible through greater engagement with other regions of the South, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Addis Ababa, 27 May 2013 – Converting Africa’s impressive economic performance over the past decade into greater gains on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) remains a primary challenge for Africa, according to a new report. Released

Police personnel attached to the Lungi international Airport under the command of the no nonsense Local Unit Commander, Supt. Santos Bangura has instituted watertight security throughout the airport and its perimeter fencing, a development the

Since acquiring British Midland International (BMI) just over a year ago, British Airways (BA) has substantially increased its African network adding three additional destinations and 20 more services. In West Africa BA started flying three times