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April 2018

The Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MOHS) April 20th 2018, launched the National Polio Campaign in Freetown. Speaking to Journalists at a press conference held at the ministry’s meeting hall, the Program Manager, Health Education Division,

It is reported by several of local media outlets in the country that thousands of people are directly and indirectly affected by the spate of political violence and intimidation among supporters of the two major

Many Sierra Leoneans are waiting on the side lines to hear the good news from the Bio led administration. The good news here is about bread and butter issue. That is, how will the average

The Newly Elected All People’s Congress (APC) Mayor of Freetown City Council (FCC), Mrs. Denise Yvonne Aki Sawyerr is expected to face serious financial and administrative challenges when she will officially take over office. Inside sources

Impeccable sources close to the corridors of power have confirmed to Sierra Express Media that authorities of the Sierra Leone Airport Authority (SLAA) have been ordered to put the Lungi International on alert to prevent

The Chairman Governance Transition Team, Professor David J Francis, who also doubles as the accredited Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation at the Commonwealth Summit has deputised His Excellency President Brigadier General (Rtd) Julius

Freetown/Waterloo highway was identified as a death trap but with the development of the Toll Road system, road accidents along Waterloo highway have reduced drastically due to the expansion of the road in to four

On Thursday 19th April 2018, the Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Coalition has hosted the first Job Fair for young Sierra Leonean at the British Council Hall in Freetown. In an exclusive interview with the

Alhassan Kamara, a staunch supporter of the All People’s Congress (APC) party could have been trapped and subjected to serious political castigation if it was not fortunate for him to be out of Sierra Leone

Thursday 7th of December, 2017 was not an ordinary weekday. The day ushered in the ringing of a bell. The melody that accompanied it was signaling the end of a time. Indeed, the Fourth Parliament

The West African Forum for Climate & Clean Energy Financing (WAFCCEF-3), organised by The Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN), hosted its third Business Plan Competition at the African Development Bank Headquarters in Abidjan, Ivory Coast,

The National Trade Council of Sierra Leone which comprises various trade organizations has tendered a formal complaint against some hooligans of the ruling Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) to President Retired Brigadier Julius Maada Bio

The latest of President Koroma’s Health Initiative before leaving office was the Health Insurance Scheme which aimed at a free Health Insurance Scheme for Children under twelve years and the aged over sixty five years

The Case Of NATCOM & Momoh Konte The role of Board Chairmen is normally being misunderstood by many Sierra Leoneans. The position of Board Chairman is purely political. Board Chairmen are normally appointed by the President

Today marks another momentous day, albeit the emotion it carries; the All People's Congress (APC), supported by JFK the erstwhile Attorney General and Minster of Justice has donated newly built stalls and tables to the