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October 2013

A 24 year-old Sierra Leonean London based singer, Sampha Sisay (in photo) who uses the synonymous stage name Sampha, the younger brother of Sierra Rutile Chief Executive Officer John Sisay, is an electronic music singer-songwriter

Colours of the Nile International Film Festival (CNIFF) will take place from 5–9 February 2014 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.  The East African festival is calling for submissions from across Africa for feature-length and short fiction

Build Regionally, Innovate, Change and Sacrifice (BRICS)  A new economic reality is taking shape in many parts of Africa and the small bordering Manor River Union States of West Africa need to transform their own

Enterprise Sierra Leone 2013 September got off to a great start this year with Enterprise Sierra Leone 2013 (held from the 2nd to the 6th of September at the Sierra Leone Library Board). Over the course

‘KEEP IT FAX’ GIVE SCHOLARSHIP TO KANKAYLAY GIRLS Kankaylay Girls School, among the first to offer Islamic education to girls in Sierra Leone, has benefitted from a scholarship, learning materials, and the reactivation of its library,

In celebrating its first Thanksgiving ceremony since it was opened some years back, parents, teachers and pupils of the DEC Marampa Primary and Junior Secondary Schools received blessings from the Emauni Foundations, headed by Mrs.

Dr Idriss Sesay, a Sierra Leonean doctor based in the United Kingdom, has donated medical equipment to Cottage and Connaught Hospitals, a gesture which both hospitals greatly appreciated and called it timely.  (Photo: Dr Sesay

Gorbachev: End of chemical weapons within grasp Geneva/Washington D.C. | 11 October, 2013: Green Cross International congratulates its close partner, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), for winning the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize. Green Cross

Leading Nigerian entrepreneur Kola Aluko (left in photo) told an international audience of business leaders that the continued influence and growth of independent companies in the energy sector in Africa is vital, if the continent

Grants–In–Aid Loan Signed - $55M South Korea to the Rescue The government of South Korea has come to the rescue of the Freetown City Council in particular by signing a Grant-in-Aid Loan of $55M for the

The Sierra Leone Road Transport Authority (SLRTA) on Friday 11th October 2013 engaged Parliamentarians on the road safety campaign strategy on the theme ‘Our Collective Responsibility In Preventing Road Traffic Crashes –Together We Can Save

The APC Member of Parliament for Constituency 049, Port Loko District, Honorable Alhaji Serray Dumbuya over the weekend engaged aspirants for the forthcoming chieftaincy election in Maforki Chiefdom, Port Loko District, slated for December, 2013. 

KUALA LUMPUR:  President Barack Obama has pledged his Government`s continued support to young people across the world. The United States President delivered his message at the 4th Global Entrepreneur Summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in

Sierra Leonean students from Madinah and Riyadh have arrived in the Holy City of Mecca to help their pilgrims from Sierra Leone. (Photo: l-r  Mohamed Sahid Badamasi and Zackariah Musa Barry) Mohamed Sahid Badamasi is the

The Chairman of the Eastern Region Football Association (ERFA) and Sierra Leone Football Association Executive Committee member Morrison Sannoh has presented insecticide, toiletries and one hundred (100) bundles of water to the President of the