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April 2014

African agribusiness is set for a huge leap, according to a World Bank report Imagine for a moment the impact of a $1 trillion African agribusiness sector on the lives of Africans. Currently worth about $313

It is said that if all lizards lie prostrate then it becomes difficult to tell which one is truly suffering from a belly ache. But this is not the case with our law school, a

They are selected because they are—or could be—as good as agricultural scientists anywhere. They are groomed in leadership, and conduct research into problems facing their individual countries. They still face an enemy—the perception that African

Despite the lack of evidence shown in court in Cairo, the three Al Jazeera English journalists will remain behind bars until the next hearing on 22 April 2014. The fifth hearing in the trial was halted after

At last, what has turned out to be one of the longest and most protracted trials on egregious violations against journalists in Africa has finally being laid to rest. On the 28 of March, 2014,

Sierra Leone’s Hon. Health and Sanitation Minister Madam Miatta Kargbo has shown Sierra Leone’s success in combatting open defecation at this year’s Ministerial Participation on Thursday April 10, 2014 at the Headquarters of the Pan

Sierra Leone’s Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the People’s Republic of China, with accreditation to several other countries in Southeast Asia Pacific,  Victor Bockarie Foh is due to be conferred  upon with the prestigious Honor

yields promises designed to improve access, bolster growth and reduce inequality  WASHINGTON, D.C., 11 April 2014 – Top international development experts and government finance ministers from nearly 50 developing countries endorsed today a set of commitments

Chernor Bah was six years old when Sierra Leone's civil war began, and seven when it upended his life. Over the next several years, he and his family were displaced countless times. "You didn't go

The Christadelphian Meal-A-Day Pikin Dem (Street Kids) on Tuesday 8th February 2014 hosted the monthly Western Area Child Protection meeting at its 9 Old Signal Hill Road, Congo Cross Office in Freetown. The Western Area

The just concluded Lumley Bike Riders Union election has spark fire among supporters of the losing candidate - Mr. Alusine Kombayah who claimed, the election was not free, fair and transparent. According to Mr Umaru M

Diamond Dealers Association in Kono district have called for a fresh election for the position of Kono Diamond Dealers Chairmanship. This was made known at a jam packed meetings held at Fachima hall over the weekend

Chief Whip in Parliament Hon. Claude D.M. Kamanda of Constituency 95 in the Western Rural on Tuesday 1st April this year updated his colleagues about his recent visit in Kenya. The Members of Parliament who left

Members of parliament for constituency 109, Hon. Amadu Fofanah alais Fofie, on Saturday April 5th 2014, donated four brand new computers to the New England Community primary school by upper Smart Lane in Freetown. According to

I want to pay a glowing tribute to a statesman of the 21st century modern Sierra Leone. Born in Pendembu, Kailahun District on February 16, 1932, former President, Dr. Ahmad Tejan Kabbah rose to the