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November 2015

Freetown, November 3 (SLENA) -The Parliamentary Oversight Committee on Agriculture Forestry and Food Security, chaired by Hon. Alimamy G. Kargbo last week partnered with the National Protected Area Authority (NPAA), under the Ministry of Agriculture

Kenema, November 3 (SLENA) - Former Head of State, Captain Valentine E. M. Stresser last week traversed the Eastern Region with Vice President, Ambassador Dr. Victor Bockarie Foh on social mobilization and community involvement in

In line with its objective to give equal opportunities to all sporting disciplines in terms of adequate coverage both locally and internationally, the National Executive of the Sports Writers Association of Sierra Leone (SWASAL) Monday

President Koroma’s Envoy takes Sierra Leone – Pakistan Relations to another Level Since post-Ebola Socio-Economic Recovery Plan has been prioritized by His Excellency President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma; his faithful servants on diplomatic missions abroad have

Today, Sierra Leone marks the end of the Ebola outbreak. We give thanks to Almighty God, and I stand here humbled by the dedication of Ebola Response Workers, whose heroism is without parallel in the

Only a political Lilliputian would imagine that the next Presidential election would be a smooth ride for both the ruling All Peoples Congress (APC) and the main opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP). (Photo: Moseray

A Togolese national, Clara who gave birth at the King Harman Road Government hospital on Saturday, due to negligence on the part of the nurses had her baby abandoned by the Ebola burial team. Clara who

This column which is dedicated to critically analyse the political dynamics of this country, now makes a further cursory glance at the succession saga within the ruling All Peoples Congress (APC) Government when His President,

As the Ebola virus disease brought education to a grinding halt in the country sometime in July 2014, all educational institutions were closed while new institutions at the point of commencing held back. (Photo: Hon.

The Parliamentary Oversight Committee on Fisheries and Marine Resources has on Tuesday, 27th October, 2015 cautioned stakeholders of the various line Ministries on the current proliferation of seaweed in the country at the new administrative

When it was post-war Sierra Leone we saw the ushering in of the Poverty Reduction strategy Paper (PRSP) that brought in a lot of assistance from the all over the world. Now that we are entering

A video done by Sfano Njawa Sesay (in photo), Sierra Leone’s most popular singer and dancer, titled, ‘Everybody must farm,’ has, according to a report reaching this paper, been released and it has become an

No one can deny the fact that, “There is a tide in the affairs of men, which taken at the floods, leads on the fortune” and that “such a full sea” of political flag bearer

It is fast becoming evident that not many Sierra Leoneans are really au fait with the type of issues that should be included in a national constitution. A national constitution is the yardstick of measurement

The local content policy was formulated by government in order to create avenues for Sierra Leoneans to have employment or broaden their economic base among the various employing authorities in the country. The policy emphasized the