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August 2013

Ishaka Kalokoh and N’Kaima Turay of 7 Yaide Street in Makeni have strongly condemned what they describe as the stubborn and unacceptable initiation of underage girls and kids into the “bondo society,” which is a

The Launch party for Miss & Mr. Afro-Caribbean UK Scholarship Pageant was held on the 17th August at the Arubar Lounge, 524-528 Forest Road, Walthamstow, London, UK. This being the first pageant of its kind in

If you live in your home and electricity is a luxuryIf you live in your community and access to clean drinking water is a miracleIf the cost of fuel, diesel or transportation is taking a

This Friday on Al Jazeera’s talk show South2North, Redi Tlhabi (in photo) discusses the idea of transitional justice and global attempts to redress the legacies of massive human rights abuses. “Throughout history and across the world, human beings

"I am privileges and honoured to welcome you all to the ABC Trade Mission Promotion Meeting, the centrepiece of which is to help enhance Sierra Leone Development Agenda in the form of Trade Promotion and

Sierra Leone’s Deputy Information and Communications Minister - Hon. Theo Nicol has encouraged Sierra Leoneans living in the diaspora - particularly in the United States of America (USA) to help build Sierra Leone. Speaking to Community

The swearing of former South Africa’s Deputy President Phumzile Mlambo Ngcuka as the new executive director of United Nations Entity for Gender and Women’s Empowerment (UN Women) was presided by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki moon

In a bid to broaden its partnership horizon, the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Northern Regional Office has on Tuesday 20th August, 2013 appealed to drivers union Tonkolili District to join the fight against corruption for a

Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Sheka Tarawalie and Director of Prisons Sanpha Bilo Kamara purposely came from Sierra Leone to launch the Art Resourceful Tourism Sierra Leone (ARTSL - UK branch) on Saturday 24th August

massacre of civilians and Al-Sisi to be arrested and tried for “Crimes against humanity” Freetown, 26th August 2013: The Pan-Afrikan Community Movement (PACM) is a grassroots Pan-Africanist, community based movement of youths, students, women, employed and

In pursuant on section 37(1) of the Goods and Services (GST) Act 2009, it has come to the notice of the Commissioner General of the National Revenue Authority (NRA) that the under-mentioned GST registered taxpayers

A new partnership brings in troops and dollars As the United Nations intervention brigade takes up positions to confront armed rebels in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, expectations are high among

State of the World's Mothers Index 2013 The latest Index by Save the Children, "Surviving the First Day- State of the world's mothers 2013" has shamefully ranked Sierra Leone third in the bottom 10 amongst the

The Honorable Justice J.B. Katutsi of the High Court of Sierra Leone acquitted and discharged Mr. Bernard T.M. Dugba on corruption charges brought against him by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC). Mr. Dugba, who is the Planning

With flooded roads and communities and poverty stricken faces even though they toil in wealth, the sad history of mining in the country is looming once more at Marampha and Maforki Chiefdoms in the Portloko