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According to findings by Sierra Express Media, UAE-based Radcon Imaging and Oncology Solutions Limited has expressed interest in partnering with the Government to upgrade the health sector especially in the area of imaging and laboratory

Former Vice President and heavy-weight presidential aspirant of the opposition All Peoples Congress (APC), Chief Alhaji Sidique Sam Sumana, has said that his political ambition and passion go beyond partisan politics. “The bigger picture is Sierra

The voice of the opposition is no doubt a sine qua non for democracy to thrive. In real terms, the minority constitutes a necessary ingredient of democracy; in essence, democracy is not complete without the

There is always a relief in communities at news that government is giving effects to its policy of safety especially at night. Armed and highway robberies usually occur at night and this has become scary.

Long-serving female Member of Parliament for Constituency 094 in Moyamba District, Hon Veronica Kadie Sesay is vying for election as Deputy National Leader. If elected, Hon. Veronica Kadie Sesay will replace Madam Fatmata Bockarie, who has

Prioritizing needs and wants at both individual and organizational levels has been a serious problem for economists. This is more so when resources to meet those needs and wants are limited. To solve this fundamental

Complementing government’s human capital development agenda priority, leading mobile network, Orange Sierra Leone, espouses the need to invest in the young people of Sierra Leone so they can realize their potentials, dreams and entrepreneurial aspirations.

The Minister of Lands, Dr. Turad Senessie, has come under the spotlight for refusing to sign land documents until he rolls out his agenda for a controlled land use policy. It is anticipated that Dr. Senessie

The household name in the hip hop rap in Sierra Leone and beyond Amara Denis Turay, aka Kaodenero, arrived home on the 13th June 2021 after a successful international tour in Dubai where he staged

Today, June 16th 2021, marks a dark day in the history of the liberation movement of Black Africans in Soweto, South Africa; the day in 1976, when white gunmen opened fire on thousands of black

Forty-five years ago, in a country in the grip of the much-hated Apartheid system, and in a city called Soweto in South Africa, what started as a peaceful student protest turned violent and nasty when

Sierra Leone government’s advanced plan to build a $55m Chinese-funded fishmeal processing factory on Black Johnson estuary in Freetown will deliver a catastrophic blow to the quest for national food security, devastate pristine fish-breeding sites

The fight to control political power has most times been marred by violence, both in national and student union politics at Fourah Bay College. The trend has been worrying indeed! It depicts an inherent culture of

The issues of climate change and global warming are two sides of the same coin, worryingly troubling mother earth and the human kind. Indeed, Africa is a victim of the threat posed by these adverse conditions

There is no gainsaying that politics of tomorrow will reflect the caliber of juveniles today. A former Solicitor-General, Albert Metzger, once said that “if you have crooked juveniles now, future society will show up crooked