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June 2017

It is no longer a secret that the Wellington-Masiaka toll road is very unpopular as many well-meaning Sierra Leoneans have categorically condemned it. The toll road, we believe, bears the highest propensity to deprive the

Every month, thousands of workers across the country have their salaries deducted in the name of paying a National Social Security and Insurance Trust (NASSIT) in a bid to have a secured future. But the

A man who refused to identify himself was recently caught stealing an expensive Techno mobile phone at Youyi Building, Brookfield’s in Freetown.  Thief was dragged by security men to the Youyi Building Police Post Many people

The most popular and notable betting and lottery Company in Sierra Leone, Mercury International will soon introduce a new lottery game called 6/90 and 7/90 for its esteemed customers nationwide. Recently speaking on Mercury Radio FM

Magistrate Abu Bakarr Binneh Kamara of Court No.1, yesterday 22nd June, 2017 granted bail in the sum of fifty million Leones to  22 year old accused Komba Bamba. The accused was arraigned before Magistrate Dr.

African waters are powerful magnets for illegal and unregulated foreign fishing operations It was midnight on 14 December 2016, when five fishermen in Tombo village near Freetown in Sierra Leone  revved up a small outboard engine 

The Programme Manager, Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) Dr. Yakuba Madina Bah has said that due to the Mass Drugs Administration for neglected tropical diseases, Sierra Leone is on the elimination stage of Onchocerciasis and Lymphatic

Reports gathered from Freetown say, Sierra Leone's most popular comedian, Momoh Ranka died last night at the Magburaka Government hospital after suffering from a protracted illness that kept him in hospital for over six months. In

Illuminating Ladies, an organisation of young female graduates on Saturday 17th June 2017 donated 50 bags of cement worth Le2.65M to the Maranatha Primary School at Tree Planting, Leicester Road in Freetown.  (Photo: Cross section

I know that man is vicious by nature and that he can only be tamed and kept under control in a strict society of law and order. The Greek philosopher, Aristotle once said:" Man, when compared

Competent sources have revealed that the football legend, Kama Dumbuya who passed away June 17th, 2017 in Freetown will receive a civic funeral to be attended by top government officials, MPs and the general populace

If you listened to excited Sierra Leoneans who watched the Leone Stars beat Liberia's Lone Stars 2-0 in Freetown in 1971, you would have heard. BORBOR, KAMA MAKE THE PAVILION LING TIDAY. It is one of

1)  The name, Sierra Leone which is derived from the Portuguese language, Sierra Luoa, is fake and has nothing to do with our history and does not represent any aspect of our culture. It means

The Parliamentary oversight committee on Local Government and Rural Development has on Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th June, 2017 during their routine inspection of district and city councils revealed that the Kailahun district council was

Heavy Trucks And Trailers To Pay Le 780,000 And Le973,000 The ruling All Peoples Congress (APC) party through the Project Management Unit of the ministry of Youth Affairs has finally released the prices of the Wellington