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May 2013

As the Ministry of Works, Housing and Infrastructure has received whopping financial assistance from the Road Funds to construct a new Mabang Bridge after the collapse of the worn out bridge in February this year,

John Sabom Gbla (in photo), Sierra Leonean born, British citizen, will be the latest to join the All People’s Congress Party (APC) in parliament if he emerges as victor in the bye-election of Constituency 62

After being dropped from the Sierra Leone national squad against Tunisia and Cape Verde in June respectively by the newly appointed coach, Johnny Mckinstry, the AC Milan midfielder, Rodney Strasser, has told Sierra Express Media

In the forenoon of Friday 24th of May, 2013 in the High Court of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Justice Abdulai H. Charm served justice when he acquitted and discharged Momoh Kemoh Konte, first accused

As goalkeepers across the Western Area, past, present and trainers are to meet today Friday 24th May 2013 at the Football Academy Kingtom, a call made by FIFA’s Goalkeeper’s instructor, Prince Tamba Moses (in photo)

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Government of Sierra Leone and the Government of Japanyesterday signed the Exchange of Note and Grant Agreement of $13,970,000 towards the project for the urgent

The Government of Sierra Leone through the Ministry of Energy (MoE) has embarked on a 8,880 solar street lights pilot project to be implemented in all four regions of the country – the South, East,

Over 150 persons living with disabilities, including their dependents, are stranded at the moment having to sleep under leaking roofs at the House of Jesus for the Disabled on Wallace Johnson in Freetown. Three persons,

Journalists come this Friday 24th May 2013, are expected to receive different awards from the nation’s Independent Media Commission (IMC) for their outstanding performance in the field of journalism. Speaking to journalists at the Independent Media

Reports are that supervisors for the Demographic Health Survey attached to the Ministry of Health and Sanitation have vehemently protested the preliminary report of the DHS owing to dubious activities at Statistics Sierra Leone. It has

Apart from the selfish acquisition of luxurious mansions, coupled with fleets of vehicle, this press has come to the realization that Statistics Sierra Leone is on the brink of collapse and the real figures that

Fishmongers rudely interrupted residents of the Portee Wharf at the sight of the remains of a middle aged man minus his head drifting offshore over the past weekend. Eyewitnesses described the unidentified corpse of a protruded

The Information and Communication Officer of the Kenema City Council has revealed that the administration of the council has issued out stringent warnings to owners of business houses to pay their taxes to the council

Bio never brought peace or democracy to Sierra Leone, Mr. Williams. His claims constitute nothing but absolute false propaganda. The truth is his junta was brutal and thieving. He swiftly promoted himself from Captain to

The commandant of the police training school, Superintendent Tamba Moses Biango has received a plaque from the Inspector General of police (IG) Mr Francis Alieu Munu as the best commandant in recent time. Superintendent Biango has