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January 2016

Some stalwarts in the main opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) have branded the flag-bearer aspirant Brig. (Rtd.) Julius Maada Bio (in photo)  as coward for claiming that his colleague aspirants have ganged up against

The Kissy community market situated at Albion Street in east end Freetown has been abandon by traders over allegation of some demonic manipulations that have caused petty traders to take to street selling at Pyke

The Sierra Leone Import and Export Promotion Agency (SLIEPA) and other partners in the trade sector on Wednesday 20th January this year concluded a one-day consultative meeting to dialogue on ways to increase on the

The Executive Director of the Sierra Leone Legal Aid Board yesterday told Journalists at a press conference at Guma Building at Lamina Sankoh Street in Freetown that they will be working with the Freetown City

A think-tank and community interest organization, The People Society has been formed in Freetown to contribute in the development of ideas and public policies. The organization will also prompt interventions in people’s lives through supporting

A suspected Ebola death was last week Thursday reported in Tonkolili District in the Northern Province. According to report, the Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MoHS) dispatched a team supported by international partners to investigate

Some organic intellectuals of the once famous and prestigious Fourah Bay College (FBC), University of Sierra Leone (USL) have lamented over the dilapidating condition of their college structures. According to the students, who asked not to

The newly crowned Pan Africa Princess who also doubles as the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Disabled International Foundation Sierra Leone /United Kingdom (DIF-SL/UK), Madam Princess Imambay Kadie Kamara is in Sierra Leone

As part of their programme of activities for the 2016 Financial Year, the Sierra Leone Road Transport Corporation (SLRTC) in the not too distant future will introduce a new means of acquiring and purchasing tickets

The Disabled International Foundation Sierra Leone (DIF-SIL) has constructed a school for the disabled and orphaned children at Lungi Kasonah in the Port Loko District, north of Sierra Leone. In a snap interview with the Founder

More than twenty five stakeholders and partners drawn from the educational, public and private sectors, the Police, media, non-governmental organizations on Tuesday, 12th January, 2016 validated the Independent Police Complaints Board’s (IPCB) Strategic Plan at

Since the post-Independence era only two major political parties have existed in Sierra Leone although minor political parties have often existed during general elections especially when the new political dispensation was ushered in in 1996. The

Census in any nation is conducted to know the total number of people within the state. For Sierra Leone, it was done from the 5th to the 18th December, 2015 after ten years. Census in most countries

The current National Executive Council (NEC) of the main opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP), whose tenure of office expired six months ago, has gone ahead to schedule dates for the election of zonal, constituency,

With Support from the Dutch Ministry of Trade and International Corporation, the Migration and Development Consultancy headed by a Sierra Leonean in The Netherlands in partnership with the Network University in The Netherlands, Institute of