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November 2015

Freetown, Nov. 9, 015 (MOHS) - President Koroma has re-echoed the end of the Ebola outbreak with the leadership of the Sierra Leone Parliament to facilitate the pronouncement of the end of the State of

The Commissioner of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has described internal auditors as key stakeholders in the fight against corruption. Joseph Fitzgerald Kamara made this statement at the opening session of a two-day workshop for internal

Ebola transmission in Sierra Leone is over. Nation enters 90-day enhanced surveillance period On 7 November 2015, as no new case of Ebola virus disease has been recorded. Sierra Leone has met the criteria set

In spite of the increment made by the Government of Sierra Leone to allocate about twenty million United States Dollars for the construction of new military barracks across the country, personnel of the Republic of

A Coalition of Women’s Civil Society Organisations held a solemn Solar Light Vigil and March in a salute to health care workers who had succumbed to the Ebola Virus Disease during its recent outbreak in

What used to be the exception is now becoming a norm; Chelsea losing match after match on a weekly basis. Every defeat is followed by the mantra; “the players are fully behind Mourhino”. This is

Freetown, November 9 (SLENA) - Mrs. Maude Regina Peacock, President of the Women’s Forum Sierra Leone, (WF-SL), the national umbrella women’s organization, informed the nation on Saturday 7th November 2015 that they were here again

Residents of Regent Street in Central Freetown were not surprise to see a team of Police Officers, City Council, Traffic Wardens and Civil Society storming their community to clamp down on illegal parking of vehicles

Sierra Leone's Ebola outbreak has officially been declared over - or 'don don' in Sierra Leonean Krio - after the World Health Organization presided over a ceremony to mark 42 days since the last case. FREETOWN

One of Sierra Leone’s most renowned movie companies, Future Heroes Pictures, has on Thursday, November 5 this year called on the Minister of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs, Alhaji Moejue Kaikai to support entertainers

No one can deny the fact that “there is a tide in the affairs of men, which taken at the floods, leads on to fortune” and that “such a full sea” political flag bearer aspirants

For over three years now, Sierra Leoneans have been hoping against hope that their fish would find its way into the European Market and thereby bring about a boost to the economy of this country. The

The Western Area Coordinator for the After School for Pregnant School Girls and Girl Mothers, Mr. Paul Bangura, has told Sierra express Media in an exclusive interview at his Pyke Street residence in Kissy, east

The truth about our beloved country is that positive changes are taking place that should give us solace. These intangible changes may be hard to fathom by many people especially leftist politicians whose daily prayer

A welcome relief it is that the Ebola outbreak in my natal country, Sierra Leone, has been declared over. Call it a MOMENT of celebration; it’s a mark that the deadly virus can be and