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July 2013

As the nation graduates from the ‘Agenda for Change’ to that of the ‘Agenda for Prosperity’, it is vital for all to know that we cannot perch ourselves on the fence and expect that every

Fixtures for the commencement of Suzzy’s night club, bar and restaurant gala commences on Saturday 20th July 2013 between FC Serwo versus Lions FC at the Aberdeen playing field.  (Photo: Susan Kargbo aka Suzzy) On Sunday

Flood makes headlines – many times – every year for havoc it brings to individuals, communities, cities and nations. It affects developed and developing countries. It results, at varying magnitude, from natural and human activities.

JP the initiator of peace It is now an open secret that leader of Armed Forces Revolutionary Council (AFRC) junta regime is here within the walls of Sierra Leone and he is very much alive and

The Youth and Child Advocacy Network (YACAN) has concluded a two day workshop on teenage pregnancy in Freetown on the theme  ‘Say no to Negative Examples and Teenage Pregnancy’. Director of YACAN Hassan Fuad Kanu said

The Sierra Leone Football Association’s elective congress has been slated for 27th July 2013 in Freetown for the positions of President, Vice President, 1st and 2nd and Ex-officios.  (Photo: Alie Fornah) The Normalization Committee headed by

Ruby Johnson is not your typical beauty pageant Queen.  Just over a month after her homecoming trip to Sierra Leone to mark the country's 52nd Independence Anniversary, Miss Sierra Leone USA Ruby Johnson is back

London Mining Company (LMC) today announced an interim in country structure, following the departure of Mr. Daniel Pop as Managing Director of LMC Sierra Leone Operations. Mr. Jim North, COO, London Mining Plc will oversee Operational

Corruption is an obstacle to good governance. It undermines development and is generally an outcome and a symptom of poor governance… where corruption is ingrained and pervasive, especially at the highest political levels, its eradication

Recent developments at Statistics Sierra Leone (SSL) have given enough signs that things are not working well. Field staff for the census cartographic field work and even the Demographic Health Survey are being trained on

15TH JULY, 2013 – The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) regrets to announce the death of one of its members, Mr. Jon Z. Foray which sad event took place this morning after a long

There is a barrage of erudite and illustrious fine engineers that Sierra Leone could be proud of both at home and in the Diaspora. The Fourah Bay College has also contributed a fair share of

The people of Kenema who have been politically premature, have echoed songs and voices of protection as Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP) is going down the drain stating if credible people in the SLPP like

It has been observed that Management of Sierra Leone Maritime Administration is not properly accounting for vessels/ships registration fees.  The Executive Director Sierra Leone Maritime Administration, Alhaji Wurror Jalloh (in photo) is reportedly refusing to make

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) is presently inquiring into the alleged illegal sale of World Bank properties donated to the Freetown Waste Management Company (FWMC). Information gathered by this press is that Finance Officer of FWMC,