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July 2010

Five lucky Zain subscribers that took part in the popular Zain World Cup Promotion have taken off to South Africa to watch the finals in the ongoing tournament.  Hafeez Dereck, Albert Kawa, Abdul Kamara, Alhaji

While Sierra Leoneans shed tears for the government's inability to place honest, competent and upright individuals in public positions, mouths of elites all the time go busy, discussing and analyzing contributions of few persons, who

Angry South African fishermen in Durban have blamed the World Cup for missing out on this year's lucrative "sardine run". The season runs from May to July when vast shoals with millions of sardines, attracting whales

Interim leader Gen Konate (in photo, casting his vote) threatened to resign over criticism of the poll The presidential run-off in Guinea, due to take place on 18 July, has been postponed, the country's electoral commission

The painting is a modern take on a famous Rembrandt piece A painting that depicts the body of Nelson Mandela undergoing an autopsy has been condemned by South Africa's ruling party. The African National Congress (ANC) said

The missing former lover of a top Brazilian football star was strangled and then fed to dogs, police say.  Eliza Samudio (in photo) has been missing for nearly a month Eliza Samudio, 25, was a former

LeBron James has chosen the Miami Heat. James announced his decision to play for Miami during a televised special from the Boys and Girls Club in Greenwich, Conn., on Thursday night. The addition of James is

ABUJA—PRESIDENT Goodluck Jonathan has emerged as the first Christian to assume the chairmanship position of D-8, a group of developing countries with predominant Islamic orientations. (Photo: President Goodluck Jonathan and Vice President Namadi Sambo in

Nigeria - Edwin Eze, a senior colleague had sent this text: “Dagama, that was a masterpiece. If we had listened to our analysts in picking  local coaches like Siasia, Keshi and Okpala before the World

With the confirmation of Professor Attahiru Jega (in photo) as INEC Chairman by the Senate and the appointment of Professor Bert. Nnaji as the Adviser on Power, President Jonathan could not but feel happy that

It's understandable that we all have days at work when we are under pressure, things are not going our way, or we just feel crabby that day, but when you are in the public eye

It promises to be a great game on Sunday, featuring two of the greatest footballing nations never to have won the World Cup. Spain and the Netherlands have been playing the most attractive football of

Sierra Express Media contributor, Richard Bockarie, calls president Koroma “a dictator” for what seemed to me like an attempt by the president of the country to enhance security and cut down on cell phone thefts,

A staggering $21 million investment is set to transform Zain Africa outfit as the 6th largest telecommunication company in the world, Bharti Airtel takes over its operations to bring in more juice, innovation and many

The official match ball of the ongoing World Cup Jabulani has come under serious criticising since the first week of tournament by players and coaches of some participating countries. (Photo: the Jabulani ball.  Photo credit