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June 2013

London Mining Company on Friday 13th June donated medical items to the Lunsar Health Clinic in promoting good health for the Lunsar people. Speaking at the handing over ceremony of the items, community relations and resettlement

Airtel organised a promotion for its retailers of which retailers must sell ten thousand units per month. On Saturday 15th June Zonal Manager of Makeni Abdulai Dizo Kamara made the first draw at the lorry park

On Thursday June 13th CSO representatives from across Sierra Leone joined senior Government officials and leading non-state actors for the National CSO Forum held in Freetown. Hosted by ENCISS at the British Council’s Tower Hill complex,

The Gbalamuya Customs Post in Kambia has raised Le5 Billion as revenue generated for the state from January to the end of May this year. This information was relayed to journalists by the Collector, Sigismond Wilkinson,

Sierra Leone, Monday June 17th, joined other countries in Africa to commemorate the Day of the African Child in memory of the several innocent African children massacred in Soweto, South Africa in 1976.  The theme

United Nations Secretary General’s Special Representative on Sexual Violence in Conflict, Zainab Hawa Bangura (right, in photo)  has said Sexual violence in conflict is a crime with a long and infamous history, a crime that

When Washington, DC based, Sierra Leonean researcher, Professor Abdul Karim Bangura delivers the University of Lagos (UNILAG) Distinguished Public Lecture Thursday at 10 am in the Main Auditorium, he will strive to establish a correlation

Who’s responsible for the decline in education in Sierra Leone? The daring blame-game question comes from nine year-old Solomon Lewis of the St. Augustine Services Primary School in Gondama Barracks, which houses the 5th Infant

Sierra Leone’s Ambassador Bockari Kortu Stevens (in photo) accredited to the United States of America has told 43 departing American Peace Corps bound for the west Africa Nation that their services have not  only helped

Who has seen the ‘Devil’ or ‘Satan’ before?  Who has seen ‘God’ before?  All the major ‘lettered religions’ have their perception of what ‘God’ and ‘Satan’ is.  There are nuances based on the time, the

We all, as admirers of President Koroma have a duty to work in his interest and ensure, the legacies he is working on, are sustained and protected when he shall have left office. Taking a

The following communication was received from concerned UK citizens and Bluemoon (Manchester City Football Club) supporters with regard to Armani Sheku Kamara recently allegedly being accused of ‘Receiving Stolen Property’ and the unethical treatment he

Disgruntled voters in Mile 91, Tonkolili District, are reported to have booed at the Minister of Lands, Country Planning and Environment, Musa Tarawally when he recently led a high-powered delegation to persuade the voters to

Lecturers of all the polytechnics and teacher training colleges in Sierra Leone have gone on a sit-down strike for irregular and appalling conditions of service and for governments failure to sign the 2011 Revised and

Parliament on Friday, June 14, approved three presidential nominees, Leonard Balogun Koroma as Minister of Transport and Aviation, Sahr Kpulun as Board Member of the Sierra Leone Civil Aviation Authority (SLCAA) and Lahai Momoh Farma