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July 2015

The deadly Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone has been adversely affecting almost all sectors, with the entertainment industry being no exception. In fact, the entertainment industry is one of the worst affected and this sees

The Sfano-Michael Jackson Children’s Development Fund (SFAMJACFUND) was formed in Sierra Leone to complement efforts staged and geared towards strengthening the African-American people and its continents in developmental terms. It also promotes issues affecting the

Kailahun, Jul. 8, 015 (MOHS) - The Kailahun District Health Management Team has reported suspected imported cases of Measles from Guinea to the Kissi Kama Chiefdom in the Kailahun district. Surveillance report states that two samples

The Director-General of the National Mining Agency (NMA), Sahr Wonday, has disclosed that the Ebola epidemic has shocked the Sierra Leone economy as it has adversely affected the operations of some mining companies. He made the

FREETOWN, 10 July 2015 – Sierra Leone is conducting a nationwide Polio immunization campaign benefitting an estimated 1.4 million children under five years from 10-13 July 2015. An estimated 200,000 children under five born and delivered

Today’s topic is intended to draw attention of the youth themselves either leaders now or likely to be tomorrow to the qualities to look in selecting leaders for any position in society be it politics,

Freetown, Jul. 8, 015 (MOHS) - Deputy Minister II Ministry of Health and Sanitation MadinaRahman has disclosed plans to utilize the Police Training School (PTS II) former Treatment Centre as a safe home for quarantined

Freetown, July 8, 015 (MOHS) - Soroptimist International a humanitarian charitable organization has donated medical items, crutches and used clothing to the Ministry of Health and Sanitation for distribution to deserving health facilities. (Photo: Back

New York, July 10, 2015 - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called upon the international community to show continued solidarity with Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone in their efforts to recover from the devastating

The Principal of the Milton Margai College of Education and Technology (MMCET) polytechnic, Dr. Saidu Kanu on 9th July 2015 vowed “to crush cultism and fraternity on campus head-on” revealing that the institution is now

The Sierra Leone Road Safety Authority (SLRSA) on Thursday 9th July, 2015 popularized its operations in the Western Rural District of Waterloo and Tombo about the its essence and road safety. The event was held at

They’ve just celebrated with pomp and pageantry their 18th birthday of broadcast service to the nation beginning from the dark days of the Armed Forces Revolutionary Council (AFRC) interregnum in 1997, but challenging times await

Hepatitis B is real, therefore, its affect human beings health like any other disease on earth. As a result, it kills like any other diseases that one can think of, especially like current Ebola virus

Freetown, Jul. 8, 015 (MOHS) - The Ministry of Health and Sanitation Reproductive Health and Family Planning Programme has held its Inaugural Meeting for the establishment of a National Coordination Committee for the prevention and

ARTUBITAS has been following the new APC government’s rhetoric of setting the minimum wage to Le 500,000 amid a long fight to eradicate ingrained corruption among the materialistically focused citizenry. From a superficial perspective, one may