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January 2011

The development of a nation depends on a number of factors. These factors could be political and social. But from the standpoint of present day realities, especially for developing nations like Sierra Leone, Liberia and

Former Portsmouth midfielder, Ghana international Sulley Muntari is ready to give his best to his country by handing a transfer request to the Italian Champions Inter Milan on the basis for regular play. Inter technical director

Sierra Leonean international Albert Jarret appears to have lost touch and mental strength in front of the goal and for many weeks running the Imps winger has been less active on the pitch with his

January 18, 2011 - Botswana’s government has green-lighted a massive $3bn mine in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve – in the middle of the Kalahari Bushmen’s appeal against the Botswana authorities’ refusal to allow them access

We have had ministers under various leaders in the country, from Sir Milton Margai through his younger brother Sir Albert, on to Siaka Stevens, Joseph Saidu Momoh, to Ahmad Tejan-Kabbah and now Ernest Bai Koroma.

It was a colourful occasion and another history in the making, when the cities of Bo, Kemena and Pujehun had a massive turnout 14th-16th January 2011 during the official welcome of President Koroma and the

Random findings indicate how residents of Freetown complain of adversity over the continued hike in the price of foodstuffs. Our reporter, last week, visited respective markets at the east and west end of Freetown, to ascertain

The opposition, Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) recently revealed how US$ 1.9 million was dipped into the account of the Sierra Leone Broadcasting Cooperation (SLBC) for the purchase of equipment. At a press briefing held last

Little wonder that the newly appointed Lands Minister is a worried man.  - It has reached desks of Sierra Express Media that Minister Pat Sowe’s recent restless humiliation of journalists was prompted by fear that

The deputy coordinator at the Office of National Security (ONS), Christopher John (in photo), is reportedly engaged in extra marital extravaganza with a lady called Ruth… It has reached drawers of this press that Ruth is

The African Volley Ball Beach Tournament rounded up Saturday 15th.   Morocco respectfully clinched the tournament after winning two straight games to Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone being the first and only country to host the African Beach

Thursday 20 January 2011 - Tullow Oil will be presenting the Kono District schools with furniture valued at Le 120 million! About Tullow Oil: Tullow Oil plc (“Tullow”) is an international oil and gas Exploration and

Olumide Olatunji, Managing Director of Skye Bank Sierra Leone yesterday continued giving evidence before Justice Eku Roberts, in the High Court of Sierra Leone.  He had previously been led in evidence by his counsel and

Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga is due to arrive in Ivory Coast for a new round of mediation talks on behalf of the African Union. This is the latest attempt to persuade incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo

Stoke City manager Tony Pulis has said he plans to sign younger players in an effort to continue the club's excellent progress in the Premier League. The Potters pulled out of a deal to sign Hoffenheim