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May 2016

The Parliamentary Oversight Committee on Internal Affairs has raised grave concern over the manner in which the National Registration Secretariat (NRS) is carrying out its mandate in terms of service delivery at national level especially

Scaling up solar power to meet Africa’s energy needs In Niger’s eastern region of Diffa in the south of the Ténéré Desert — a vast sandy area across Niger and Chad up in the Sahara desert

Hundreds of inhabitants of Water Nar Life section in Moyeaba in east end Freetown have complained of the deplorable road network their community which they say has deprived them of accessing basic facilities and amenities

The issue of maltreatment of Sierra Leonean House maids in the State of Kuwait is a subject that has been circulating over the social media for some time now and the conditions reported by the

The Honourable Chief Justice Abdulai Charm has stepped into the protracted land dispute between the neighbouring villages of Robarie and Worreh Makankry in the Makarie Gbantie Chiefdom, Bombali District. This latest development was confirmed to this

There is a mood of impatience among the ministers, businessmen and education experts attending this year’s eLearning Africa conference in Cairo. Aware of the opportunity offered by information and communication technologies to spread education, training

The Parliamentary Oversight Committee on Works, Housing and Infrastructure on Monday 16th May concluded a two-week road sites infrastructural development inspection across the country.  (Photo: Chairman Hon. Kombor Kamara) According to the Chairman of the Committee,

The Minister of Water Resources, Mr. Momodu Malakie, has disclosed that the Guma Valley Dam which is the main source of the Guma Valley Water Company (GVWC) has dropped five feet as compared to yesteryears. In

The Minister of Information and Communications, Mr. Mohamed Bangura, recently led a team of officials to the fiber optic sites in the Northern Region to examine the level of work done in connecting the fiber

The Minister of Internal Affairs, Major (Rtd.) Alfred Paolo Conteh (in photo) has issued a stern warning to both police and military personnel abandoning their state duties to take to commercial motorbike riding to disassociate

In the early hours of Monday 16th May 2016 AD, the octogenarian Dr. Thomas Kahota Kargbo (in photo)  was at his residence at 44e Lower Pipe Line, Wilkinson Road in the far west of Freetown,

Expanded Special Project for Elimination of Neglected Tropical Diseases will strengthen national programmes and help secure sustainable financing to combat diseases of poverty GENEVA, 23 May 2016 – The World Health Organization’s (WHO) Regional Office for

The Majority Leader of Parliament and the Deputy Minister of Political and Public Affairs on Monday 23rd May, 2016 amicably resolved a protracted land dispute between Sierra Leone Agriculture Limited (SLAL) and the landowners of

Dallas, Texas, USA May 22, 2016. Time has now permitted me to give a recital of the abilities and establishment of the woman I desire to place in ranking as the best public servant in

A team from Plan International Sierra Leone, led by the Country Director, Mr Casely Ato Coleman from 20th of May to 21st May 2016 made a phase-in visit to Koinadugu district. The team included Joseph