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October 2009

Answering to the clarion call of President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma on indigenous Sierra Leoneans in the private sector to join his administration and invest in the agricultural sector has been recently heeded to by

Government Model Secondary School at Berry Street in Freetown was the scene of turmoil when parents and pupils turned on the school administration for what they refer to as a move to put a stop

Several teachers have expressed concern over the government's decision to scrap the 6334 school system, saying it will not be in the interest of developing the educational standard in the country. "I personally prefer the 6-3-3-4

After the ten years brutal war in Sierra Leone, the National Commission for Social Action (NACSA) has finally started the process of giving reparation packages to registered beneficiaries who bear physical and psychological scars of

Despite the huge contributions done by the international communities, NGO's and the government of Sierra Leone to eradicate malaria, one of the deadly diseases in the Sub-Region, the disease still remains a threat to most

The issues surrounding the payment of Le40,000 allowance meant for teachers as transportation is not coming on time and they are expressing anger over the delay, Sierra Express Media reports. Investigations reveal that from the time

Whenever I read some books of the Old Testament like Daniel, Esther and others, I never fail to be amused at the flattery or sycophancy of the courtiers of the old kings and rulers. Those