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October 2013

A learning institution which started as a vocational institute at Cannon Street in the heart of Freetown, and which later turned into a Secondary School has got a new hope with the appointment o f

No wonder the Tombodu Investment Company is receiving praise from the Rokel Community.  In an exclusive interview with the company’s Managing Proprietor, Mr. Safea Lesley Moiwa, he told this medium that the Tombodu gas station

The Deputy Minister of Sports Mr. Ismail Al Sankoh-Conteh, has advised the youths not to relegate physical activities such as sports to the background, but rather they should pay much attention to them. He said sports

“Corruption does not only detect into the hands of our leaders but it can also be witnessed at home among families.’’ Sheikh Nagib Suma, a Lecturer of Islamic Studies at the Institute of Islamic Studies at

The General Manager of Freetown Golf Club told Sierra Express Media Sports that in preparation for the much trumpeted and eagerly awaited Golf Open slated for next month, our Golfers including the professionals and amateurs

In a bid to complement the efforts of President Ernest Bai Koroma in providing free health care for lactating mothers, pregnant women and children below the age of five and improving health conditions of the

In an article in August 2010, I wrote that Ernest Bai Koroma ‘has the potential of a ‘constitutional’ dictator.’ In that article I defined a constitutional dictator as a person who cleverly uses constitutional and

A brace from Fatmata Turay (Drogba) sandwiched by a goal each from Fatmata Mansaray and Sarah Sesay in the first half and a superb free play from Ramatu Bangura in the second half gifted the

Lunsar- (10 October 2013) – In a united effort to tackle youth unemployment, London Mining in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the National Youth Commission (NAYCOM) yesterday conducted a safety and

Sierra Leone’s President, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma has congratulated the 916 Sierra Leone pilgrims that are currently in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the successful completion of their pilgrimage.  (Photo: Pilgrims listening to President

FREETOWN – The UN World Food Programme (WFP) is marking World Food Day on 16 October by highlighting the power of nutrition to transform individuals, societies and economies, and the need to make it central

Governments across the world can think again about ending extreme poverty if they fail to come to terms with the increased risk of natural disasters in some of the poorest parts of the world warns

Charles Ghankay Taylor, the convicted former President of Liberia, was transferred today from the Netherlands and the custody of the Special Court to the United Kingdom, where he will serve the remainder of his 50-year

The Commissioner of the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) in Sierra Leone, Joseph Fitzgerald Kamara, has said that the commission will work with the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) to develop a code of ethics for

More than 1,000 Muslim pilgrims from Sierra Leone have today completed one of the Five Pillars of Islam after spending the whole day in Mount Arafat. As the sun set, the pilgrims proceeded to Al Muzdalifa