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July 2014

(Last updated Wednesday 30th July 2014): Thanks to ‘Tax-Payers’ money’, Sierra Leone was able to send a total of 26 athletes including six foreign-based (the largest contingent of athletes ever to represent the country in

Information gathered from Leone Stars camp in Kenya revealed that three of the invited players for the Leone Stars Seychelles match will not feature in the return leg in Victoria. The three players include Ibrahim

Your Excellency, Re:   An Open Letter of Appeal to the President of the Republic of Sierra Leone calling for a Declaration of a State of Public Emergency over the Ebola outbreak. As we mourn the death of

Our nation today mourned the passing of a giant medical crusader - Dr. Sheik Omar Khan who lost the battle he once fearlessly waged against the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone.  The Chief Ebola doctor

Sierra Leone Table Tennis female player Stella Grant (in photo) is out of the Commonwealth Games after losing both matches in the group stage. Stella lost her first match to 17 year-old Emma Ludlow of

Following an overwhelming flood of entries in the past two months, the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) has finally closed submission of entry for its maiden edition. Activities recorded in this part of organising AFRIMA

According to the Sudanese Champions, "The board decided to terminate the contract of Brazilian technician coach Paulo Campos and he has been informed of his release." Campos who was protesting after AS Vita was awarded a

Under the supervision of the Embassy of Sierra Leone in Saudi Arabia, the Sierra Leone Nationals' Union (SLNU) in Riyadh, in collaboration with the Dawa and Guidance Committee, made it a point of national duty

Last week, the new Ghanian Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany, H.E. Akua Sena Dansua paid a courtesy call to Sierra Leone's Ambassador to Germany H.E Jongopie S. Stevens.  (Photo: Ambassador Dansua signing the

It is with deep regret that Sierra Express Media announces the news that Sheik Umar Khan (in photo), Sierra Leone’s head doctor fighting the deadly tropical virus Ebola in Sierra Leone died today. Dr. Khan

The Craig Bellamy Academy Boys from Sierra Leone were defeated 3-1 by the Partick Thistle Boys in the ongoing Dale Farm Milk Cup in the Premier section at Parker Avenue on Monday. (Photo: Ibraham Black

It is with great pleasure that I heartily congratulate the entire Muslim Ummah in general and members of the African Union Muslim Community in particular as you celebrate this year’s Eid-Al-Fitr marking the end of

She is passionate about girl child education, and that comes from her tough life as a young girl growing up in Sierra Leone. Hawa Kamara, Miss West Africa International 2013 is advocating for free primary

Some of the articles being written by Sierra Leoneans on this Ebola disaster are very unfortunate, especially coming from people you would want to  call "educated" , because of the letters behind their names (yhough

and cannot and should not be compromised Many Sierra Leoneans have gone to school to study impressive professions but they seem to be ignorant about national security. national stability, and the consequences  of a president of a fragile