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April 2010

Many people in West Africa may not have heard about this but surely no one who had had the opportunity of knowing about it has regretted the knowledge gained about the African Partnership Station or

President Ernest Bai Koroma led a government delegation on Good Friday to attend the fiftieth Independence celebrations of the Republic of Senegal. The celebrations started in earnest on Saturday with Senegalese Head of State Abdulaye Wade

In recent times, the Customs and Excise Department of the NRA came under accusation by, especially some section of the public as being corrupt. It even became serious when President Koroma turned the spotlight on

I am writing this piece with the view, that ‘…the press…’ as written by Walter Lippman in his work, titled, Public Opinion  ‘has come a long way to be regarded as an organ of direct

March 22 every year is designated as World Water Day with Clean Water for Good Health, as this year’s theme. In Sierra Leone, this could not be more relevant. The state of water in Sierra

Sit mens sana in corpore sano (a sound mind in a sound body) is a popular Latin quotation with a range of meanings, the most common as indicated above being the importance placed on staying

Nigeria dropped by one point in the March world rankings released by FIFA yesterday. The Eagles moved to the 22nd position from the previous 21st spot, but Eagles still retained their third position on the

Prior, to, and immediately after the  end of  the 2007 Presidential and Parliamentary elections, Sierra Leone’s Inspector-General of Police, Brima Acha Kamara came under serious attack from the local media for what they perceived as

Prologue: President Ernest Bai Koroma yesterday made a whirlwind helicopter tour of the southern province in cross-checking health facilities as to their readiness for the April 27th 2010 deadline for the commencement of the plan

The UK Border Agency in conjunction with the British High Commission in Freetown wishes to announce that fees for visa applications to the United Kingdom will be increasing with effect from Tuesday 6 April 2010.

Freetown – The Transitional Management Team of the Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC) has announced that effective 1 April 2010 the state broadcaster, SLBS, will change management and become an independent public service broadcaster to

President Ernest Bai Koroma yesterday morning at State House administered the oath of office to 3 distinguished personalities for separate positions in the Judicial and Legal Service Commission, the National Electoral Commission, and the Audit

President Ernest Bai Koroma (in photo) accompanied by Vice President Sam Sumana  at State House commissioned 34 vehicles and 54 XL bikes as part of government’s drive  for the realization  of the April 27th 2009