After being imposed without regulations, the one year old Public Health Emergency has been lifted. It was meant to be one the measures in fighting the Coronavirus pandemic, which hit the shores of our beloved
Sierra Leoneans were captivated by a rather irresistible campaign slogan coined by the campaign team of the then opposition Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP).
The promise of a “New Direction”, implying a departure from the “old
Relatives of Mohamed Bangura, a sixteen year old boy who escaped from Tefeya in the Sandor chiefdom, Kono district, in December 2019, are still searching for him. According to report, the latter and his elder
The Minister of Water and Marine Resources has said during the Thursday Government press briefing at the ministry of information that encroachers had caused the drying up of water catchment areas resulting water scarcity in
Observing that some of the causes of the civil war are still evident the Deputy Chairperson of the Human Rights Commission in Sierra Leone (HRCSL), Victor Idrissa Lansana, has urged government, political parties, development partners,
Sierra Leoneans urge Govt to buckle up
The people of Sierra Leone have urged the SLPP government to pay attention to the uncontrolled escalation of prices of basic commodities in the country.
Higher food prices are hurting
The issue of violence has been a thorn in the flesh of peaceful co-existence in the country. There have been countless incidents of violence resulting in the massive destruction of property, loss of life and
Recent report from the United States Coast Guard announced that it was removing the conditions of entry on vessels arriving in the country from the West African Nation of Liberia into US waters, which had
Kambia District, Northern Region, the hometown of the APC party 2023 flag bearer, Ambassador Dr. Alimamy Petito Koroma, Ambassador Dauda Kamara, Dr. Sam Sesay, Ambassador, Hon. Ibrahim Sorie, Bai Mamoud, Conton Sesay, Ahmed Kanu and
In what has been a move that is geared towards revamping the economy of Sierra Leone, Kingho Mining Company Limited has confirmed that its mines in Tonkolili and the railway and port of its co-subsidiary
March 8 is celebrated as the International Women’s Day – an event that celebrates women’s achievements on many scores ranging from the political to the social, and at the same time calling for gender equality.
Kroo Bay is an informal risk prone housing settlement along coastal and riverbed lands in central Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone. The population living in flood prone areas is considered more vulnerable due to