National Robbery Authority (NRA) and Sierra Leone Criminals Bank (SLCB)
The great and patriotic Professor Parrot has deemed it necessary to officially announce the change of the names of the National Revenue Authority and the Sierra
Brigadier-General Brima Sesay has been appointed the new Joint Force Commander of the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF). He has succeeded Brigadier John Milton who has been elevated to Deputy Chief of Defence
President Koroma Tells Diplomats in Beijing
Sierra Leone’s President Ernest Bai Koroma on Monday 24th June 2013 told a group of African diplomats, including Ambassadors that "Africa is the Future of the World". He made these
The Waterloo Police are currently investigating allegations of thuggery in a land saga at Kent Village in the Western Rural District. George Labor, Proprietor of Sehgbeh Pieh Resort at Kent Village is said to have
The Goree Challenge announces 4 by 14 campaign ahead of US President Obama visit to The House of Slaves (Maison des Esclaves) on Goree Island, Senegal. (Photo: The Spirit of Malabo at Kingsborough Community College
To read that the oldest university south of the Sahara is fifth from bottom among universities in Africa is disheartening, especially when you think it used to be the cream and reference point in years
In a bid to market the image of the country in the international arena, the Minister of Political and Public Affairs, Alhaji Ibrahim Kemoh Sesay (in photo) has returned home during the weekend after delivered
We want to put thousands of open education materials available on the internet and those developed by trained local teachers in Sierra Leone base on their curriculum in the hands of students and teachers mainly
In an interview with Abubakarr Kamara of SLBC, Momoh Kemoh Konteh answers questions on the acquittal and discharge of the 5-count accusation of the Anti Corruption Commission on the Al Jazeera - Timbergate saga.
The spate of shooting and killing of innocent people by personnel of the Operation Support Division (OSD) of the Sierra Leone police in recent times is raising tension around the country.
We are told the police
Fans and well wishers of Shain Foundation (Amara Kabba’s legacy) in Holland and Sierra Leone are commemorating the 10th death anniversary of Sierra Leonean reggae musician Amara Kabba who unfortunately drowned at Aberdeen, survived by
The Muslim Brotherhood Old Pupils Association (MBOPA), on Tuesday, June 18, 2012, distributed assorted examination materials to over 400 Junior Secondary School (JSS) 3 pupils for the 2012/2013 academic year.
Addressing the beneficiaries shortly before the