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January 2012

The 2007 Presidential and Parliamentary elections witnessed a dramatic twist in Sierra Leone political set-up with the removal from power of a ruling party by an opposition party.  Berewa’s chances of winning those elections were

Addis Ababa, 28th January 2012 – The 100 meter tall, 20 story African Union Conference Center (AUCC) incorporating a 2,500 capacity plenary hall, built by the Chinese government as a gift to Africa was inaugurated

Tunis, Tunisia – January 2012- The Tunisian government and the UK-based company Hygiene Worldwide are working together to provide a range of unique, world-leading hygiene products throughout the Tunisian Public Health Service. Successful implementation will

Disclosures are that the sacking of the Minister of Energy and Power, Prof. Ogunlade Davidson was due to leaks that he has pitched fence with a tough SLPP woman; underhandedly saying "I do" to her matrimonial

Aljazeera TV has revealed disturbing allegations that the trade on illegal fishing is flourishing in Sierra Leone because of rampant local corruption at high places. Government officials, in particular top officials of the Ministry of Fisheries

Vice President Sam Sumana last weekend launched Biometric Voter Registration in the Kono District; Monday 23rd registered as a voter in ward 063 in constituency 21 for the 2012 elections.  Addressing a mammoth crowd vis-à-vis traditional leaders

In the eve of opening the Second Parliament of the Third Republic, President Koroma did say his government would give a maximum trend on the level of infrastructure the country has had. This follows his

During their second appearance at Magistrate Court 2 Thursday 26th to answer to charges of traffic violation, using threatening, abusive language, unlawful possession of firearms and manslaughter, etc/, one of Sierra Leone’s Hip Hop stars LAJ

Dis one serious oh! Mr. Idiot is been left without option but ponder over revelations that the talked about biometric machines are junk; very slow in action.  (Photo: Ibrahim Samura, editor) Amazing nonetheless was the fact

Addis Ababa, 26th January 2012 – During her press conference on 26th January, Mrs Rhoda Peace Tumusiime, Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture (in photo), gave a brief report on the issue of agriculture and

Superimposing an African imagination on filmmaking processes, the 5th Talent Campus Durban (20-24 July) will ignite the creativity of 40 selected filmmakers from Africa in a series of masterclasses, workshops and industry networking opportunities during the

The Government of Sierra Leone views with dismay certain insinuations from some sections of the local media that the Executive Representative of the United Nations Secretary General to Sierra Leone, Mr. Michael von der Schulenburg

Freetown: The Human deficit of Sierra Leone has been identified as a major challenge to the country’s development.  (Photo: The meeting in progress at State House) To address this problem, State House, in collaboration with the

Some civil servants will say that the government has taken out insurance policy, and there is no need to worry.  (Insuring everything on sight) e.g. how would you cover the trauma of a civil servant

It is a politically unpalatable fact that resources needed to address the health of a country’s population are always inadequate and hence affect efficiency and equity in healthcare delivery.  This is demonstrated in the bad