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June 2013

The Commander of the Forward Operation Base (FOB) in Sulima, Pujehun District has told this medium that since he took office in February this year, he has been able to construct a five bedroom house

In preparation for the Constituency 62 parliamentary bye-election in Tonkolili District scheduled for June 29, 2013, the Chairperson of the National Electoral Commission (NEC) Dr. Christiana Thorpe, has issued a stern warning to the Mile

For several years, Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone, has been suffering from congestion as its antiquated infrastructure can no longer cope with the growing number of students and lecturers, especially when the historic

Parrot has gathered that some desperate illicit miners masquerading as poro men recently attacked an innocent Indian Investor at Mobureh and vandalised his house after raining unprintable invectives on him. Well, Parrot knows very well

The Headman of Hastings revealed that he has succeeded in negotiating a Le300 million soft loan for the women of Hastings; the loan he said will be provided by the Minister of Trade and Industry,

Senegalese opposition politicians denounced the country’s high unemployment rate to mobilize youth against former President Abdoulaye Wade in the country’s 2012 presidential election. Joblessness was one of the main issues that drove the country’s many

Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, the first woman to head the African Union Commission, urged African Member States and international partners to invest more in order to promote job creation in the region. GENEVA (ILO News) –

St. Joseph’s Convent Secondary School, Makeni emerged as winner of a symposium organized by the Northern Regional Office of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) for Integrity Clubs in Makeni in observance of this year’s Day of

Thursday June 13, 2013 - The Minister of Social Welfare Gender and Children’s Affairs, Mr. Moi Jui Kai Kai received Professor Dr Alie Ibrahim Azahraani of the Islamic University of Medina, Saudi Arabia in his

The Cartage Eagles of Tunisia (in photo) secured their place in the knockout stage on the road to Brazil when they played 1-1 draw at the Estadio de Malabo on Sunday against host Equatorial Guinea. Equatorial

GRAND-BASSAM, Cote d’Ivoire 14 June - Abidjan, fondly known here as the Pearl of the Lagoon, has lost some of its gleam to litter over the past 11 years.  Parts of the city are almost

I am sure that you are aware that a toad does not run in the daytime for nothing. Similarly, you also know that even if a driver is sober, having a horde of screaming drunks in

Ask members of the African political elite, civil society activists or anyone else about the role of youths in national development and you will hear a lot of profound, if trite, catchphrases, such as “The

The ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security (MAFF) on Sunday 16th June 2013 celebrated national tree planting day in Kenema city, eastern republic of Sierra Leone.  (Photo: Director Planting Tree) In his welcome address the

Street Children are any boy or girl who is yet to reach adulthood. Who seeks a livelihood or residence in the street. The demography is growing globally with an estimated one hundred and twenty million