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August 2015

Kids Advocacy Network (KAN), a leading child rights advocacy organization, on Tuesday 29 July 2015 launched an internship programme targeted at secondary school leavers. The scheme which is especially targeting girls is part of KAN`s

A lecturer of the Milton Margai College of Education and Technology, Gibrill Fofana, is being preliminarily tried in the Freetown Magistrate Court no.1 for one count charge of murder contrary to law. According to the particulars

Adama Sesay, Trader As law abiding citizens, we have cooperated with the   Public Health Emergency for more than a year now and that has negatively   affected our businesses to the extent that one could find it

Foundation for Democratic Initiatives and Development has engaged ten Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in discussing the June 2014 report and recommendations of the West Africa Commission on Drugs (WACD). The discussion meeting was held on Friday,

In Sierra Leone, the following days will never arrive; if they do, then be rest assured that the country has turned upside down and they must be added to our numerous public holidays. The day SLPP

The Sierra Leone Teachers Union (SLTU) is one of the biggest and most powerful trade pressure groups in Serra Leone; the union has 100% literacy and operates on a very fat budget which has never

Our Judiciary is in dire need of more manpower to deal with the flood of cases some of which have spent years in our courts. The country is, obviously, suffering from a shortage of legally

The Speaker of the Sierra Leone House of Parliament, Hon. Sheku Dumbuya, is reported to have given a stern warning to Members of Parliament engaged in lawless parking of vehicles within the perimeter of Parliament. He

The Director of the Public Relations Bureau of the Medical Peace Foundation of Korea Ms. Seoung-Soon Park today Monday 3rd August 2015 departed Seoul, South Korea, bound for Freetown to conduct discussions with officials of

The Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Finda Diana Konomanyi, has admonished Tribal Heads in the country to work within their mandate, prescribed by law so as to maintain peace and harmony in their

CALABAR, Nigeria 29 July 2015 - Nigeria will lend its total support to programmes and activities that can improve the environment and lives of the coastal communities, Halima Bawa-Bwari, the Abidjan Convention National Focal Point

The new and innovative infrastructure investment platform promoted by the African Development Bank held its Constitutive General Assembly on the 29th of July 2015 ABIDJAN, Côte d’Ivoire, July 30, 2015/ -- Africa50 (http://www.Africa50.com), the new and

In a bid to strengthen public financial management by way of consolidating government’s receipts and payments through the banking system, government through the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, is on the final leg of

Welthungerhilfe (WHH) one of the leading German Non-Governmental Organizations working for a world without hunger and poverty in the country has donated a Renault vehicle to the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development for effective

The recently concluded International Conference on Africa’s fight against Ebola held in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea focuses on Africa helping Africans in the Ebola Recovery and Reconstruction and attracted AU Foreign Affairs Ministers, Ministers of Health,