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July 2015

The Executive Chairperson of Sierra Leone’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Mrs. Haddijatou Jallow (in photo), has informed the United Nations General Assembly that the people of Sierra Leone are increasingly experiencing the adverse effects of

Sierra Leonean International Alfred Zagalo Sankoh has started pre-Season with his new Turkish Championship side Blikesirspor who he signed for a week ago for an undisclosed fee.  The club hosted its pre season in the

Former Bursaspor striker Ibrahim Teteh Bangura say he wants to play for the Sierra Leone national side again and believes he has ‘a lot to give’ to Leone Stars. The 25 years old striker has been

On May 4, 2015 in Magburaka– Tonkolili District, North of the country, the Government of Sierra Leone launched the Social Protection Strategy and both the Social Safety Net (SSN) and the Rapid Ebola Safety Net

He was out in one of the narrow un-tarred Western area streets, playing football with some kids. He had on white sleeveless T-shirt, black joggers that stopped several inches below his knees, and blue-black Reebok

Generally, the history of maids’ recruitment to the Arab world has oftentimes been a source of misery for the maids themselves and a source of headache for Embassies to which such maids belong. Whosoever has been

Sierra Leone’s President Ernest B. Koroma will arrive in New York on Thursday to attend a high-level summit at the UN Headquarters despite a planned protest against him by Concerned Sierra Leoneans USA.  (Photo: Sitting

The Sierra Leone Brewery has unveiled its expensive state-of-the-art Mash Filter Plant worth over seven billion Leones. The grand unveiling ceremony took place past Friday, July 3rd, at the company’s office in the Wellington Industrial Estate

Although Sierra Leone has beaten back Ebola to the corner with only two districts, Kambia and Port Loko now recording minimal cases, the country seems to be still living in the justifiable fear of the

The District Traffic Officer (DTO) Of the B-Divisional Headquarters, Assistant Supt. Kabba Sesay and his Operation Officer, Inspector Henry Kamara, have arrested and charged to court forty-seven commercial motor drivers for violation of various traffic

What can rightly be described as a battle for supremacy is reported to be raging between the Sierra Leone Association of Bread Bakers (SLABB) at 26 Garrison Street, and the Sierra Leone Union of Bread

Sierra Leone’s telecommunications regulatory body, the National Telecommunications Commission (NATCOM), has given two weeks ultimatum to all Telecom Operators to duly register their subscribers or face the appropriate regulatory measures provided by the law. In a

A Look at Our VPs Political Dark Days There was a time in Sierra Leone when our now appointed Vice-President, Victor Bockarie Foh, was regarded as a public enemy. Foh and other key players in the

In Sierra Leone, the wind of change is, indeed, blowing hard; it is a political wind against which only the strong can stand safely. The force of the wind is both centrifugal and centripetal, meaning

Police officers in Kabala Town, Koinadugu District, Northern Sierra Leone, are reported to have arrested and detained seven suspected armed robbers who reportedly raided the town on Sunday, 30th June this year, broke into and