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August 2013

Deputy Info & Communications Min. Hon. Theo Nicol Sierra Leone’s Deputy Information and communications Minister Hon. Theo Nicol has said “it will take governments a period of thirty five years (35years) to fully and effectually

Sierra Leone remains at a transformational vintage, thanks to our readiness for this as a people. From once a country in an era of war, political instability, a corruption-ridden nation  to one  that did not

If the answer here is NO, I strongly recommend that we curb corruption, minimize fraudulence and bribery. As we all know, money trouble, greed and power are the epidemic syndrome of corruption in our society.

Minister of Trade and Industry, Alhaji Usman Boie Kamara, Tuesday, August 28, paid an on-the-spot official visit to the shattered King Jimmy Bridge to obtain firsthand knowledge of the immediate needs of over 300 displaced

The House of Jesus for the Disabled on Sunday, August 25 elected Mr. Amara S. Koroma as Chairman, scoring 40 votes against Mr. Patrick Sinneh Koroma who scored 19, and Mr. Saidu Conteh with only

The Civil Peace Service (CPS) network in Sierra Leone with funding from Bread for the World is planning to undertake outreach programmes in Kenema on September 5, Bo on September 6, Makeni on September 13,

The Sierra Leone Associating of Journalists (SLAJ), Eastern Region, has concluded a one day public lecture for Journalists on the theme, “Media ethics and the law" at the Luawa Resort Hotel in Kenema. In his opening

The Commissioner of the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) has, in his presentation titled, “Making corruption a high risk and low profit venture,” disclosed the new approach they are about adopting in their relentless fight against

The Road Maintenance Fund Administration in Sierra Leone has allocated the sum of Le 1,200,000,000 to both the Kenema City and Kenema District Councils for the maintenance of feeder roads and streets within the municipality

The Head of Media and Public Relations at African Minerals Limited (AML), has disclosed their desire to capacitate Sierra Leoneans.  AML has certified 7 locals (6 males and 1 female) as the first fully trained

The Texaco Police Post formerly called Clay Factory Police Post in the east end of capital Freetown is currently under a full scale refurbishment, a project worth over eighty million Leones financed by popular business

In a very big meeting organized by ten diamondiferous chiefdoms in the Kono District including a cross section of gold and diamond mining land owners and the grass root diggers in the district, land owners

The National Youth Commission (NAYCOM), in collaboration with the United Nations Development program [UNDP] has ended a two day Graduate Internship training program for pre- selected University Graduates. The training which attracted over one thousand participants

Latest reports reaching this press has indicated that president Ernest Bai Koroma, on Saturday August 24th 2013, played host to soldiers at Teko Barracks in Makeni. Our reports add that President Koroma was taken on a

War Wounded Academy at Grafton on Friday 23rd August received school materials from the Executive Director of Education and Sports for Development Mr. McCollins Jones as a way of enhancing their educational capacity.  (Photo: Executive