The Deputy Minister of Social Welfare Gender and Children’s Affairs, Mr. Mustapha Bai Atila visited the juvenile home at Kingtom last Tuesday 5th February 2013. (Photo: l-r Mustapha Bai Atila in a recent handshake with
Following the persistent reports in various media outlets nationwide against the Permanent Secretary in the ministry of Social Welfare, Mr. Brima Rogers, sources say the president is very angry with public officials that are hell
Latest reports reaching this press intimate that the Director of Forest and Reservation, Mr. Sheku Mansaray is engaged in the indiscriminate timber logging.
Sources disclosed that Mr. Sheku Mansaray is covering with illegal timber operators in
BRAC, with the mandate to enhance and promote sustainable developmental in the health sector, both at community and school levels, has started a four-day training of Community Health Committees (CHC) and School Health Clubs (SHC)
No wonder the Tumac Group of Companies, a wholly owned Sierra Leonean company investing through its subsidiary companies offering valuable and meaningful services in the various spheres of nation building is receiving praise from the
The Radiation Protection Board at the ministry of Energy has concluded a two-day national sensitization workshop to raise public awareness on the recently enacted Radiation Protection Act 2012.
The workshop held 4th-5th February 2013 at the
Kono city 1st Division giants, Gulf FC are one of the nationwide 1st Division teams to compete for premiership qualification this weekend at the SLFA Academy, Kingtom.
They are known to be a very good side
Principal Collector at the National Revenue Authority (NRA) Customs & Excise post at Gbalamuya, Kambia district, Malcolm Sigismond Wilkinson has debunked allegations that one of Sierra Leone’s local commodities, palm oil, is being massively smuggled
Member of Parliament from Bonthe district, Hon Brima Conteh representing the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) has made a formal complaint to the legislative house concerning the experience of low agricultural yield and lesser fishing
The 2010-2012 graduation ceremony for students of the College of Travel and Tourism Studies (CTTS) for both the Freetown and Lungi campuses has been postponed from 26th January to Sunday 24th February 2013 at the
Sierra Leone Commercial Bank (SLCB) 40th anniversary programme is as follows:
2nd February 2013 Launching of Celebrations with Hosting of Flags in all branches with Main event at headquarters and launching of essay competition for SSS
On February 15, 1973 President Dr Siaka Probyn Stevens’ vision of an indigenous commercial bank became a reality, as the country’s first indigenous bank, the Sierra Leone Commercial Bank (SLCB), opened its doors to customers
Comium’s Corporate Manager, Mr. Reginald Davies (in photo) assured journalists at a press conference in Freetown that the reliable network will continue to ensure customer satisfaction.
He said the company remains committed as they have upgraded