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June 2011

The departure of Mr. Dominique Strauss-Kahn (in photo) as Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) presents a prime opportunity for the IMF and the developed countries to deliver on their commitment to implement

The Anti- Corruption Commission has on Friday 3rd June 2011 held a sensitization meeting with health workers including nurses under the supervision of the District Health Management Team (DHMT) of Bo District. The meeting took

Justice Jon M. Kamanda of Sierra Leone has been elected unanimously to a third term as Presiding Judge of the Appeals Chamber and President of the Special Court for Sierra Leone. He is expected to

The National Power Authority (NPA) complains about spending billions of Leones on Bumbuna and getting no dividend in return.  (Photo:  NPA Manager, Dr. Zubairu Kalokoh) Just recently, it was revealed that the NPA has been paying

The Sierra Leone central maximum prison situated at the main highway of Pademba Road is seemingly a drug and gun marketing center. Such, our findings revealed, was aided by a band of unscrupulous and

Ibrahim Tetteh Bangura the scorer of Sierra Leone’s only goal against the Mena’s of Niger in Freetown last Saturday June 4th has said he is not only happy for the his first goal for his

The tension simmering between the Academic Staff Association of Fourah Bay College (ASA-FBC) and the Minister of Education, Science, and Technology is a cause for concern and those authorities concerned must not allow the palaver

Towards the end of May this year, President Ernest Bai Koroma responded feverishly to a 21-day ultimatum earlier initiated by the National Youth Coalition in collaboration with other civil society organizations in the country. The youth

The Cultural Consulate of the Islamic Republic of Iran in collaboration with the Islamic College and the Imam Khomeini Relief Foundation has ended a day’s seminar to commemorate the anniversary of the death Imam Khomeini

The National President for Anti Violence Movement S/L, Imran B. Koroma Monday 6th was at Government Model Secondary School to admonish pupils on issues of violence. In his statement, he acknowledged the presence of teachers

The Gulf of Guinea has emerged as the second largest pool of commercial petroleum resources in the world and recently surpassed the Persian Gulf as America’s largest supplier of crude oil. African oil tends to

Five persons have been served with “orders in lieu of an indictment” charging them with contempt of court under Rule 77(A) of the Rules. They are alleged to have interfered with Prosecution witnesses who testified in

This class will be interesting today because we shall be discussing journalists’ integrity as they go gather and report the news. And you must not forget that integrity cuts across trustworthiness, honesty, uprightness and truthfulness. You report

The Sierra Leone Broadcasting Cooperation (SLBC) is to pay Rokel Commercial Bank a sum totaling Le 3 billion. Findings have it that the SLBC, on number of occasions, use its overdraft facility to withdraw colossal amounts

Scores of lawn tennis players Saturday 4th were at the opening of a magnificently constructed modern tennis court at Malama in the west end of Freetown.  The financier and brain child of the constructed project,