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March 2011

My fellow Diaspora:  Today, I write to you as a Presidential aspirant of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) party, and tomorrow it might be you. Since our Republic had its first Prime Minister, Sir Milton,

Charles Taylor is accused of selling "blood diamonds" from Sierra Leone The lawyer for Liberia's ex-President Charles Taylor has said the prosecution has turned his war crimes trial into a "21st Century form of neo-colonialism". Courtenay Griffiths

Lars Olof Mattsson is keen to coach Sierra Leone for the remainder of their 2012 African Cup of Nations campaign. The Swedish coach is contracted to take charge of the Leone Stars only for their next

Although the concept of Jubilee like Christmas has been heavily secularized to mean a mere observance of a 50th anniversary of a historic event (e.g. birthdays, wedding anniversaries, foundation dates etc) or a phenomenon like

It must be the biggest joke of this new year and it is not even APRIL!. Is somebody being funny when the poor people of this country are suffering from the effects of bad governance

Sierra Leonean AIK's star forward Mohamed Pobosky Bangura (in photo) has set his sight on 20 or more goals in the Swedish Allsvenkan 2011-12 season. The fine 21-year-old goal getter reveals to Sierra Express Media that

Reports from Johannesburg on Tuesday confirm to Sierra Express Media that South Africa Football Association, (SAFA) is still uncertain about the venue that will host the eagerly awaited encounter in Group G between South Africa

As a journalist, I am often amazed at the brazen manner other journalists have developed the propensity to blemish on the one hand and unnecessarily decorate public figures on the other.  (Photo: Adeyemi Paul) Never in

We have been informed that the main opposition party, the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) is taking a u-turn to comply with the Supreme Court ruling. The party, we are informed, has drawn up a timetable

Sweet mouthed politicians, in the 2007 Presidential and Parliamentary elections, gave hopeful promises to the electorates in Sierra Leone.  Almost 80% of persons voted for as Parliamentary representatives have had no acquaintance to

A law student of Fourah Bay College (FBC) University of Sierra Leone is in the nets of the police for defrauding Eco Bank of Le7.5 million. Sahr Jimmy, who claimed to be a law student

Fatu, who is believed to be Freetown’s youngest mother, has come under renewed hostilities and is said to have absconded home owing to mounting family pressures. Findings by this press consequent to a publication put out

A hundred years ago today, women across the world took an historic step on the long road to equality. The first ever International Women’s Day was called to draw attention to the unacceptable and often

As a legal brawl grows unrestrained within the circuit of the opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) on issues of constitutional violations, minds of strong party stalwarts were distressed soon after the disclosure of the

Diana Konomanyi yesterday debunked press claims that she disrespectfully excluded the names of Sierra Leone’s First Lady and Vice President in the list of persons invited for her ‘soon to come’ inaugural ceremony but admits