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March 2010

A lot has been said to Sierra Leoneans about the Addax Bioenergy sugarcane/cassava for ethanol project, which Oluniyi Robbin-Coker, the Special Private Sector Advisor to His Excellency the President of the Republic of Sierra Leone,

The President of Sierra Leone His Excellency Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, was pleased to welcome Mr. Keir Starmer who is the head of the Crown Prosecution Service and the Revenue and Customs Prosecution office, to

President Koroma today, 2nd March 2010, formerly presented former Chief Justice, Abdulai B. Timbo as the Fullah Headman for the Western Area to the Fullah Community in Freetown, reported the Press Secretariat at State House.

The newly appointed Fullah Community Chief for the Western Area, former Chief Justice Abdulai B. Timbo, was today formerly presented to President Ernest Bai Koroma at State House. The chairman for the occasion, Political Affairs Minister

Dear Mr. Mustapha Sesay: I write to state my position with reference to your Press Release of yesterday March 1st 2010 in which I am mentioned inter alia: [“"

Peckam, south-east of London is a densely populated immigrant black community where you’ll find the crème-de la-crème of the Sierra Leonean society. Issues relating to Sierra Leone and Africa in general are often debated in most

A senior Fifa official has denied African football fans are being priced out of the World Cup in South Africa. (Photo: Only the most dedicated fans will make it to South Africa) "It will be a

Orders from the government of Sierra Leone through the Ministry of Health and the Pharmacy Board of Sierra Leone has closed down five water packaging factories that have failed the minimum standard of operation in

Freetown: SLAJ wishes to condemn in the strongest of terms the reported physical assault and manhandling of ten journalists by overzealous plain clothes security operatives and members/supporters of the opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP)

Bo town turned green when the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) met from Friday February 26 to Sunday February 28, 2010 to resolve confusion within the 2009 constitution and to decide on a date for

Freetown – For the first time in the 38-year history of SLAJ, the association will this week start a comprehensive training needs assessment of journalists in the country. The first phase of that takes place