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November 2012

A boycott is one of the most effective strategies employed by any aggrieved party to pressurize government to yield to its demands.  A boycott is often resorted to when all other civilized avenues of negation

Fifty one years ago, Sierra Leoneans may have been wondering about the strength around national unity and cohesion.  In as much as every citizen of the country is aspiring towards a developed country presupposes that

Chairperson of the National Electoral Commission (NEC) Dr. Christiana Thorpe has handed over the Certificate of Election of President to the winner Dr Ernest Bai Koroma at State House, Freetown. Reading the citation shortly before presenting

The recently concluded general elections in Sierra Leone demonstrate that, despite all odds, our country having risen up from the ashes of civil war, is again blazing the trail for democracy in the continent of

The Tunisian capital, Tunis, has hosted representatives of international organizations, government delegations and the private sector attending an international conference on productive capacity for youth organized by the European Union (EU) and the UN Industrial

Sierra Leone ranks second among 15 low-income countries, and fifth in Sub-Saharan Africa, in providing effective checks on government power, according to the World Justice Project's Rule of Law Index 2012 report. The report, which was released

Finally the 2012 parliamentary and presidential elections have ended after positive and negative campaigns by all political parties and presidential aspirants to convince the electorates to vote them into office and the APC party won

LUGANO, Switzerland (November 29, 2012) – New Holland Agriculture announced its support of the Sustainable Innovation Forum as Gold Sponsor and its participation in one of the event’s three plenary panel sessions. Hosted by Climate

Following a nationwide scouting process in which 7,000 boys were trialled over 12 months, the Craig Bellamy Foundation is pleased to announce that it has signed up 17 new recruits to join its elite football

Addis Ababa, 29 November 2012: After a week of constructive engagement and negotiations between the African Union (AU) Commission and the Federal Republic of Germany, the German Government has today pledged an additional amount of

A cross-section of leaders of seven political parties have congratulated President Ernest Bai Koroma on his reelection at the recently concluded November polls. The meeting took place at the Credentials Hall, State House, Freetown. According to

GENEVA – Heads and representatives of UN agencies have launched a campaign to promote the rights of people living with HIV, recognizing the vital role that the workplace plays in the global struggle to limit

Residents of Constituency 49, Port Loko District, jubilated over the announcement by the National Electoral Commission (NEC) that the APC aspirant for the constituency won the elections.  (Photo: Alhaji Chernoh Serray Dumbuya) According to the NEC

The New African Magazine (December 2012 Edition) has produced the list of “100 MOST INFLUENTIAL AFRICANS.” Making this exclusive list from the continent’s fifty-four (54) countries are citizens of thirty (30) with Nigeria and South

Three (3) officers of the Rice Research Station at Rokuprr were on Monday 26th November, 2012 convicted at the High Court in Freetown presided over by the learned Justice Nicholas Browne-Mark C.A for the Misappropriation