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April 2013

The Vice President’s performance in Sierra Leone’s governance and development indicators has often gone missing from the front of media relations and public communication.  In 2011, I had a brief interview with him. His relationship

Freetown, 5th April, 2013 — The United Nations and its partners around the world are today observing the milestone of 1,000 days to the end of 2015 – the target date for achieving the Millennium

For the benefit of retailers and customers, Airtel on Monday, March 25, launched  the 7-11 and 199 units at the Stadium Hostels in Freetown. The Sales Manager, Cyril Jengo, said that this product brings good information,

Local workers at the Vimetco Bauxite Mining Company at Gondama, in the Sierra Rutile area, have admitted that they have been terrorized by the sudden comeback of a Romanian expatriate, Misu Plopeanu (in photo), to

Sierra Paradise Resort was established 5 years ago in Yurika, 30 minutes from Lungi International Airport.  Built on a story of romance, Sierra Leonean Samuel Williams and his French wife had a dream for Samuel

Thousands of people from all walks of life recently converged at the new court barray at Sembehun Nancy Tucker in Bagruwa Chiefdom, Moyamba District, to officially welcome their new Member of Parliament of Constituency 84,

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Alhaji Usman Boie Kamara (in photo), together with his team, paid a familiarization visit to several local industries in the East of Freetown. The visit on past Tuesday took the

With funding from UNESCO, Society for Knowledge Management (SKM-SL) has intensified its advocacy for the repeal of the Public Archives Act, 1965.  In a recent stakeholders workshop, SKM-SL brought together a wide range of  professionals

The youths in Maforki Chiefdom, Port Loko District, have lauded President Koroma for appointing Mamoud Tarawallie as Deputy Minister of Education, an appointment which they described as a step in the right direction.  (Photo: HE

Fuel is a highly political commodity, the scarcity of which breeds mass discontentment, causing people to lose confidence in government.  Fuel is crucial to the livelihood of the masses and therefore its shortage endangers public

The Nurullah Islamic Primary and Secondary Schools Athletics meet, which commenced on Wednesday this week at the MAFA playing field, will end today with award of trophies and certificates to winning individuals and houses. It

Inquisitive Parrot has visited the hostel of our National Nursing School and the great bird has discovered that the hostel has become the capital city of the Republic of Fleas, Rats, Mosquitoes and Cockroaches who

The Section Chief at Hastings has accused soldiers of the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF), of unleashing terror on residents of that area whenever they go there on training. Making the accusation during a

Head of the Ahmadiyya Mission in Sierra Leone, Mauvi Sadeeur Rahman, has strongly warned students to avoid violence and to use dialogue, not arms, to resolve their differences, reminding them of the decade-long rebel brutality

The Revenue Intelligence and Investigation Unit of the National Revenue Authority (NRA)  is reported to be investigating two Asians who were recently apprehended by ASP Bannister of the Tombo Police for allegedly carrying out fishing