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April 2019

On this day gone by: One of the closest and most trusted political advisers to President Siaka Probyn Stevens dies. That came to pass 25 years ago today April 30, 1994. Sorie Ibrahim Koroma was one

April 29, 2019 - On this day gone by: Sierra Leone gets Albert Michael Margai as the second Prime Minister.  That was 55 years ago today April 29, 1964.  He came to the seat of

Engrained in the musical heritage of Sierra Leone, Wilmot Faulkner is a household name in the DJ scene. Having worked with internationally acclaimed musicians and entertained the crowds of multiple high-profile music venues, Faulkner is

After holding the people of Sudan to ransom for a protracted period of three decades, the Sudanese dictator has been disgracefully flushed out of power in the wake of chaos caused by mass demonstrations for

A wake up call for President Bio The photos below speak for themselves about the very poor turnouts in today's independence anniversary celebrations! There is no spec of doubt that the reaction of the people is a

Sierra Leone, a non-industrial nation, ranks among three countries in the world deemed utterly prone to the harsh effects of global warming.  (Photo: Theophilus Sahr Gbenda, author) This rating was done by the Global Environmental Facility

The High Court of Sierra Leone, Holden at Freetown, and presided over by the Honourable Justice Reginald Sydney Fynn Jnr., on Wednesday 24th April 2019, sentenced Mr. Abdul Barrie, former Deputy Minister of Works, Housing

Brings More Benefits to the Two Peoples The period between late March and early April is mid-spring in China. It's my real delight to come to work in Sierra Leone again in this beautiful season. First of

Colonel AI Bangura is currently on the one-year Royal College of Defence Studies (RCDS) course. He tells us about how it’s going in the UK as part of this prestigious military group. “As a post-graduate level

In the latter days of the All People's Congress (APC) party administration, Sierra Leoneans were crying here and there over what they described as the untold economic hardship precipitated by the rising prices of food

In Sierra Leone today, dispensation of equal justice is so hard to come by as many citizens cry every day for justice without getting it. The recent report of the Institute of Governance Reform (IGR) also

Magistrate Hanna Bonnie of Court No. 1, Pademba Road, Freetown on Wednesday 7th April, 2019 refused bail to two female accused persons, namely, Sidiratu Kamara and Aminata Kamara for impersonating the North-East Resident Minster. The two

Facing the Committee on Information in Parliament, Deputy Minister of Information and Communication, Solomon Jamiru told the Sierra Leone House of Parliament that the Sierra Leone Postal Services SALPOST is currently behind international best practices. The

At their National Development Award, Patriotic Sierra Leoneans awarded the Director of Hospitals and Ambulance Service, Dr. Matthew Jusu Vandy as Medical Practitioner of the year on the theme “Put Salone Fos”. Speaking to The Health

The Director of Hospitals and Ambulance Service, Dr. Mathew Jusu Vandy has informed The Health Newspaper that training is ongoing for the launching of National Ambulance Service at Moyamba District. Speaking to The Health Newspaper at