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November 2013

Lunsar – (27 November 2013) – On 23 and 25 November, London Mining awarded 954 scholarships, worth a total of over US$ 40,000, to primary and junior secondary students in their operating communities of Marampa

In Sierra Leone the majority of women face serious inequities, most of which are not reported by the media. While discrimination against women is multifaceted, traditionally it is more prevalent in areas that affects the

In the last few days, following the one year of President Koroma’s second inning as a government, attempts have been taken in certain quarters, all aimed at doing some kind of analysis of the performance

As a mark of its deliberate effort to spread anti-corruption messages to public officers, the Ant-Corruption Commission (ACC) Regional office has on Wednesday 20th November, 2013 educated personnel of the Magburaka Local Prison on the

WASHINGTON, November 26, 2013 – The World Bank Board of Directors today approved an IDA* credit of $US12 million to support the Government of Sierra Leone’s plans to improve budget planning, accountability, and oversight of

Victor Dumanskyi, a Ukrainian  naturalised Sierra Leonean, who  has been in  Sierra Leone since 1993, on 25th November, 2013 writes President Ernest Bai Koroma for  urgent intervention concerning  a portion of  land he  leased at

The Anti-Corruption Commission has on the 14th day of November 2013,  filed an appeal against the judgment handed down by the Hon. Justice Abdulai Hamid Charm in the High Court of Freetown on the matter

In striving tirelessly to control and destroy graft in public and private sector institutions, the Anti-Corruption Commission Northern Regional Office has on Tuesday 19th November 2013 dialogued with officers and the rank and file of

If only history is something that one can rely on, one will say President Ernest Bai Korma of Sierra Leone is the first President of Sierra Leone that spent complete five years in office without

It was the 25 year old film star handsome ‘Westlife’- looking Steve Grudda who broke the ‘news’ to me about a month ago – his bushy  blonde hair head bobbing; his charming visage brightening  into

His ExcellencyThe President of the Republic of Sierra LeoneState HouseTower HillFreetown25 November 2013. RE: Security Threat on the Republic Of Sierra Leone As a civil society organization working on drug, alcohol and violence across the nation we

In an effort to overcome institutional challenges and improve on their long-term objective of governing for the public good, the APC Secretary General Ambassador Osman Foday Yansanneh has said that his party put the interest

President Ernest Bai Koroma has said in Kuwait that government under his administration has initiated many reforms through the Agenda for Change, during his first term in office and now progressing forward with the Agenda

The African Virtual University (AVU) Project very critical to the effort to improve access to higher education in Africa NAIROBI, Kenya, November 26, 2013/ -- “We consider the African Virtual University (AVU) Project very critical to

GENEVA, Nov 26 – Investment, tax, remittances, and aid will all be on the agenda when African thought leaders meet in Geneva to discuss how Africa can raise more and cheaper finance for inclusive and