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July 2014

Swedish based Sierra Leone defender Ibrahim Koroma (in photo) has said he felt betrayed after he was suspended with 14 others over match-fixing allegations. The allegations relate to a World Cup qualifier in 2008 against South

On launching his anti-Ebola campaign in his home district Koinadugu about a month ago, one of Sierra Leone’s leading philanthropists, Momoh Konte, promised to donate Le10 million each month to upkeep the campaign, and indeed,

President Koroma launched a project for the construction of contemporary military quarters at Wilberforce Barracks on Friday 18 July 2014. Speaking at a well attended ceremony at the construction site at Wilberforce Barracks, the President assured

Leone Stars beat Seychelles 2-0 in the first leg of a 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier played in Freetown; goals from Turkey based midfielder Khalifa Jabbie and Skipper Umaru Bangura in the 56th

A high-powered delegation of the National Social Security and Insurance Trust (NASSIT), headed by the Acting Director-General, Joseph Sedu Mans (in photo), on Friday, July 18th, 2014, paid a day’s visit to the on-going construction

For the first time in the next eight days Sierra Leone will be joining the rest of the world to observe World Hepatitis Day (WHD) July 28th 2014. This was made public during a press conference

The Public Relations Expert in the Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MOHS), Jonathan Abass Kamara, has said that negative traditional beliefs and wrong political perceptions are hampering the collective effort of the ministry and its

Sierra Leone national football team head coach, Johnny McKinstry and his backroom staff are facing a tough decision with team selection.  There are major doubts of players including Genoa midfielder Rodney Strasser that may not

The Sierra Football Association (SLFA), in a press release signed by General Secretary, Chris Kamara dated 17-7-2014 has reiterated to Sierra Express Media UK Sport  that Fred Claye (in photo) is in a dubious kit

"I'm very much delighted to serve my country in this capacity, I wish also to state that I would love to have a free hand in the assignment, I would have to start work immediately,"

In a world of globalization when travelling across the world has become so fast and easy, disease transmission has correspondingly become much more rapid.  A few decades ago, disease transmission took much longer to occur

MINISTRY OF TRADE & INDUSTRY RECRUITING FOR LOCAL CONTENT PROFESSIONALS Application Deadline Extension – 21st July 2014 In August 2014 the Ministry of Trade and Industry will be launching a Local Content Unit, the objective of which

Out of three dozen major food and wine festivals in New York during the month of July, the Grace Jamaican Jerk Fest stands out as the most ethnic and culturally diverse.  (2013 Celebrity Cook-Off winner

Relatives of Chernor Kamara, a police suspect, have expressed dismay over what they referred to as the unlawful detention of their son at the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), Complaint Discipline Internal Investigation Department (CDIID) when

Addax Bioenergy Sierra Leone Limited has not only pledged its continuous commitment towards the fight against, but also made a cash and vehicle donation to the Ministry of Health and Sanitation. I well attended presentation