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February 2017

With over One Hundred and Fifty Billion Leones (LE150Bn) invested in the country since 2014 to modernize and expand its production capacity, the Sierra Leone Brewery Limited (SLBL) is now set to double production of

“There is no reason why the next elections should not be free and fair and free from fear” UN Resident Coordinator The United Nations Resident Coordinator in Sierra Leone Sunil Saigal has said Sierra Leone has

Deputy Health and Sanitation Minister 1, Madam Madina Rahman has reiterated her commitment to give the Nursing profession in Sierra Leone its past glory.  (Photo: Cross section of Matron of Hospitals across the country) Addressing a

L.A.W.Y.E.R.S’ 20 years of Serving Society by Protecting Women and Girls Through the Law On a traditionally romantic day on 14th February, 1997, when most successful women were busy cracking their brains on how to

(COMMONLY KNOWN AS BOBBY ALLEN) DELIVERED AT THE CIVIC LAYING OUT IN HIS HONOUR AUGUST 24 1938 – JANUARY 15, 2017 ‘Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the

Speculation has been rife in Freetown in the past two weeks among rice sellers, consumers and the public over unsubstantiated news circulated on social media that MK Stores of 12 Abacha Street had imported plastic

Representing the Paramount Chief of Kamara Chiefdom, Tombodu, Kono District, the Town Chief Saffia Ndomahina, in charge of Maima II has commended the developmental efforts of Pluto Mining in Kono District. He warned those elements

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released the results of two hundred and eight (208) pupils of the Hill Top Community Secondary School at Hill Station in Freetown on Friday, 10 February 2017 following

John Sisay, one of the 100 most innovative thinkers in the world in 2012 has said that for mining to benefit Africa, investors in the industry must invest in innovative technology and infrastructure for the

Since the dawn of human history, death, although inevitable, has always been the most painful happening that fellow humans find so hard to endure when they lose a dear member of their family or community.

Letter of thanks and appreciation to you all concerned and the government of Sierra Leone (Photo: Minister of Social Welfare Gender and Children's Affairs of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Dr. Sylvia O. Blyden) Dear Ma: We

Pluto Mining Company operating in Kono, east of Sierra Leone has benefitted from a series of developmental projects since Maxim Brandwain commonly called Max, who is also the proprietor of Mercury International established his Pluto

Being the development-oriented leader that he is, President Koroma continues to expatiate in his infrastructural drives all across the country. The latest of his developmental drives is at the Gbere Bridge. Travelers, visitors and commuters to

Cousin of Sierra Leone’s President and former Chief Executive Officer of Sierra Rutile-John Bonoh Sisay has announced that he is the next President of Sierra Leone and ultimate successor of President Ernest Bai Koroma.  (Photo:

Dr. Matshidiso Moeti from Botswana is the first woman to head the World Health Organization (WHO)’s Regional Office for Africa. The new regional director has over 36 years of experience in public health. Her goal