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March 2011

It is believed that the advent of what is seemingly the Complaint, Discipline, Internal Investigation Department (CDIID) was meant to halt woeful actions and conducts of police officers. The truth manifests itself this past Friday when

Sierra Rutile has repaid €13 million of its subsidiary’s loan from the government of Sierra Leone following a successful placing to raise £11.4 million. The loan was taken out for the restart of Sierra Rutile's mine

“In today’s Independent magazine: a shocking article on the child inmates at Pademba Road prison,” a text message from Ade Daramy read.  I had just woken up, switched on my mobile phone when this message

Ivory Coast and Nice midfielder Emerse Fae will miss the rest of the French 2010/11 season with a thigh injury. It means the 27-year-old will not be available for his country in this month's Africa Cup

TAGAJO, Japan — The death toll in Japan's earthquake and tsunami will likely exceed 10,000 in one state alone, an official said today, as millions of survivors were left without drinking water, electricity and proper

The scathing and contemptuous attacks on the personalities of Rev. Kabbs Kanu, Minister Plenipotentiary to the United Nation and Joseph Sherman, Editor of the New Daily Nation by Dr. Sama Banya of the SLPP with

In celebration of Sierra Leone’s 50th Independence Anniversary, The Embassy of the Republic of Sierra Leone in Washington D.C., in collaboration with the USA Planning Committee will be organizing an Awards Night/Banquet scheduled to take

Would someone, preferably from the Mayor's parlor or the APC headquarters tell this old man and his readers what last Thursday's massive demonstration was all about. Was it a ruse to test the popularity of

Ostensibly, it is a fact that Sierra Leone had been plagued with political, economical and social adversities since those years of yore, after independence, in 1961. Since independence the country had been driven apart by

The apparent paralysis that is gripping the International Community, on the question of how to solve the Libyan crisis is becoming glaringly obvious to the eagled eyed politician or even the lay man on the

9th March 2011 - In the case of State vs Adeyemi, court observers were treated to an amusing scene as principal prosecutor Gerald Soyei confirmed to the court that PW4, Christopher Lamptey would no longer be

British High Commission Freetown has launched a new blog page.  In his first blog post as British High Commissioner to Sierra Leone, Ian Hughes said “the time diplomats sat in ivory towers

The Director of Center for Democracy and Human Rights (CDHR) in Makeni, Gibril Massie Bah has been indicted on Friday 11th March 2011  on  22 counts  charge under the Anti-Corruption Act 2008. Also indicted are Mustapha

The Executive of the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) has discussed vital issues pertinent to the development of the profession and sustenance of its professional Association with President Ernest Bai Koroma.  (Photo:  Umaru Fofana

Sierra Fishing Company, conveniently situated at Kissy Dock, is a local seafood business that has been operating for over 50 years. The Company is already Sierra Leone’s largest supplier of seafood and has established a