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June 2013

The gorillas were transported 9,000 km, departing from the UK to Brussels, and flown in a specially equipped Boeing 767 to Lagos, Nigeria, and then onto Franceville, Gabon LIBREVILLE, Gabon, June 26, 2013/ -- In a

Berewa Exposes Jabbie’s Blunders Contrary to widespread speculation that the opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) election petition was thrown out of the Supreme Court based on political manipulations, the former Vice-President of Sierra Leone and

Lecturers Reject Working Document Lecturers of polytechnics and teacher training colleges in Sierra Leone are reported to have categorically rejected the 2011 Revised and Harmonized Conditions of Service for Polytechnics, a working document jointly developed in

Former Vice-President of Sierra Leone, Solomon Ekuma Berewa (in photo), is reported to have advised the opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) to consider dropping the 2012 election petition case it has with the ruling

June 25, 2013 - At around 3:10pm yesterday, at a place called Masangbari, within Bankloli Hills, 5 miles to Matotoka, a fairly new ash-coloured 4 runner jeep with registration number AHW 374 skidded off the

Candidly speaking, I like the way APC broke the Constituency 62 bye-election deadlock by succeeding in prevailing on the breakaway highly popular independent candidate, John Sallu Gbla to step down to prevent him from disgracing

The Minister of Defence, Palo Conteh (in photo) past Friday decorated two newly promoted brigadiers and seven colonels during an impressive ceremony at the Myhaung Officers Mess in Wilberforce Barracks, Freeetown. The decorated Brigadiers are Brima

Over three thousand women in Mile 91, Tonkolili District, are reported to have declared support for and joined an organization called Woman Timap which visited the town past Friday. Eyewitness report states that the three thousand

Leone Stars best achievement player for 2012 and 2013, Julius Gibrilla Woobay, was surprisingly dropped from Leone Stars world qualifying matches with Tunisia and Cape Verde. He was dropped by newly appointed 27 year coach,

The District Traffic Officer (DTO) at the Eastern Police Division in Freetown, Inspector Saidu Mike Kargbo, has disclosed that 45 drivers have been charged to court for various offences ranging from using an unauthorized routes,

In concert with the British Council, Plan International-Sierra Leone on Thursday, June 20, donated a huge consignment of Teaching English Radio (TER) and Learning English Radio (LER) audio equipment to the Sierra Leone Teachers Union

In good faith, President Ernest Bai Koroma launched the Agenda for Prosperity for the prosperity of every Sierra Leonean who is ready to prosper but recent events within government circles imply that some avaricious public

The Moyamba police are reported to have still not charged to court the released suspects in the case of an Indian Investor, Herold Harry Dominic who was recently beaten and injured and his domicile vandalized

Truth is the devil’s worst enemy; it is a morale defense that bears the potential to pacify the most volatile situation. Truth is one of the bitterest pills that is very difficult to swallow. Berewa

Those desperately money-hungry officials of the National Revenue Authority (NRA) and the Sierra Leone Commercial Bank who are reported to have leeched this nation’s economic blood must definitely not go unpunished after found guilty. Failure