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March 2011

The Minister of Tourism and Culture, Mrs Victoria Saidu Kamara, has urged international investors and private sector magnates across the globe to invest in Sierra Leone.  (Photo: IPC travel representative at the trade fair) She made

A cross-section of airtel staff, a leading global telecommunications company with operations in 19 countries across Asia and Africa including Sierra Leone, visited destitute women and children along the streets of Freetown on International Women’s

In this our generation we have come to witness the Good, Bad and Ugly. By now we should be able to choose, and surely every sane person would go for the GOOD. The good thing

Mohamed Salieu Jalloh, Senior Procurement Clerk of the National Power Authority (Bo/Kenema Power Services, BPKS), indicted for corruption. The Senior Procurement Clerk of the National Power Authority  Bo/ Kenema Power Services (BKPS) Mohamed Salieu Jalloh has

It happened in Kailahun in 2009. The President, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma had plans to visit the people of that district; he had been longing to do just that  After all, as father of the

Be not dismayed over revelations that the Public Relations Officer of Ministry of Energy and Power disappeared at the office of the Independent Media Commission (IMC) minutes before the commencement of a complaint hearing.  (Photo:

Regular readers of the Standard Times newspaper must be aware that over the years there has been no love lost between the owner/publisher Philip Neville and myself.  He either fabricates false stories about me, stories

Disabled persons yesterday paraded the street leading to State House in protest of Mayor Herbert Williams's offhand conduct in evicting them from a house at ECOWAS Street nay making 50 disposed.  (Photo: Mayor of Freetown,

I was browsing the internet one of the days when my eyes settled on a piece about Libya, the embattled Arab state of Africa where its leader, Col Moummar Gaddafi (in photo) is facing an armed

The Precious Gems Rescue Mission International (PGRM) has identified a good number of street children for educational support countrywide. Speaking to Sierra Express Media, the founder of the faith based organization, who also doubles as proprietress

The launching of Wi Na Wan Fambul Campaign is slated for 23rd March 2001, in Bomaru Town Kailahun District. On his part, the Chairman of the campaign, John Caulker, yesterday informed journalists that the campaign chose

Faces of ordinary Sierra Leoneans grow twisted owing to untold and unsolved hardship in society. It is no secret that a cup of rice is now sold at Le 900- quarter dollar. That apart, a good number

Former Swedish Champions AIK departed Sweden yesterday for a week long training camp in Antalya, Turkey, in preparation for their Allsvenkan season, where training and matches on the natural grass is on the program. They will return after the training close March 16 with a workout before flying back to

On March 9, crew members from the USS Robert G. Bradley – a United States Navy frigate visiting Freetown as part of the Africa Partnership Station program – completed an assistance project at Christ Faith

Richard UKU appointed as Head of External Relations and Communication of the African Development Bank Eloïne BARRY, African Press Organization’s Executive Director (www.apo-opa.org), welcomed today the appointment of Richard UKU as Head of External Relations and