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July 2020

The Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) led government could well be under the radar of the International Criminal Court (ICC) following the launch of the report of what is now regarded as ‘’Prison Massacre’’ in which armed presidential

Less than three weeks after her famous sacking, the former Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Dr. Priscilla Schwartz, may yet again find herself in another trouble as she faces a possible rejection by her former University in

The Management of the Aberdeen Water Taxi is pleased to announce to its numerous customers that it will resume services, Friday 17th July, 2020 after a long break caused by the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Minister of Information and Communications, Mohamed Rahman Swarray, has said in parliament that the new Independent Media Commission Bill (IMC Bill) that was deliberated upon at the pre-legislative stage in Committee Room Number One on Monday 14th July

State House, Freetown, Tuesday 14 July 2020 - His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio has encouraged parents and the community to support government’s efforts in tackling rape, early marriage and all forms of violence

UNIMAK, Makeni, Northern Province Friday 10 July 2020 – His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio has launched the ‘Support to Civil Society and Local Authorities for Local Development’ Project in Makeni to support local development in agriculture, infrastructure,

Freetown, July 13, 2020 - The first shipment of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) medical supplies procured under the World Bank-funded Sierra Leone COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness and Response Project, arrived in Freetown on June 29. The consignment

Tacugama joins the world to celebrate man’s closest relative – the chimpanzee (Pan Troglodytes). Since 2018, July 14th is set aside annually to raise public awareness on the importance of protecting and saving the incredibly unique and iconic species.

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) continues to empower Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs), as well as other institutions with relevant information to ward off the ‘national security threat’ posed by corruption. The latest move in this direction was an interactive engagement

“Not Guilty.” Two powerful words spoken by the foreman of the jury that brought a sense of relief and feelings of vindication to three accused persons in the recently concluded treason trial. In the case

The majority of Sierra Leoneans from all works of life and especially the membership of the main opposition, All Peoples Congress (APC) are still grappling to come to terms with the triple tragedy that befell

Sierra Leone’s Attorney General – Dr Priscilla Schwartz, has on Monday evening been sacked by president Julius Maada Bio, after making a series of legal gaffes, including her decision to charge the former minister of

A complaints letter written to the editor of Standard Times Newspaper by one Ambrose Mahoi has again put the National Telecommunications commission on the spotlight for yet another wrong reason. It is no gainsaying that NATCOM since the coming of