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March 2012

In a bid  to enhance  the fight against corruption through public education, prevention, enforcement and compliance for the benefit of all citizens, the Southern Regional Office of the Anti -Corruption Commission  has on Wednesday 7th

In three of their last four Premiership games, Arsenal have secured a win thanks to a goal in injury time at the end of the match.  Without those extra six points, the Gunners’ season would

Freetown, March 7, 2012 - The Centre for Accountability and the Rule of Law - Sierra Leone (CARL-SL) today urged the Government of Sierra Leone to step up efforts to enact the Sexual Offences and

There has been a significant improvement in sentiment towards the global economy in the first few months of the year. Even though this improvement can be easily explained, it needs to be kept in context. There are

In demonstrating its relentless efforts to eradicate corruption in the operations of the private sector, the Anti-Corruption Commission on Wednesday March 6th 2012, held a customized meeting with Heads of Units of ADDAX Bioenergy, Sierra

Freetown, 8th March, 2012: The Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone (HRCSL) has been monitoring the incident of  the arrests at a voter registration centre in Ward 25, Mendekema, Kailahun District of ten (10) school

The Pujehun District - that is famed for political violence - has had its Chairman, Mr. Sadiq Sillah become a staunch admirer of President Ernest Bai Koroma for the latter’s intuition of establishing the Attitudinal

On Thursday 23 February, over 60 senior managers, chief executives and risk management professionals gathered at BAFTA in central London to mark the launch of Risk Edutainment – 'Moremi'TM, an innovative risk management training course

Chairman for International Business Civilian Development Association (IBCDA) in China has spoken that Sierra Leone’s development potentials are great and that the country, being rich in mineral resources now has the focus of the world

Ceaseless and tireless enquiries about corruption have thrown up inevitably paradoxical results in present day Sierra Leone. When corruption is allowed to thrive with impunity and reckless abandon, it’s the people who suffer most.  (Photo: 

The Northern Regional office of the Anti-Corruption Commission has taken the educational approach in the fight against corruption to Bombali District Council. This was in the form of a sensitization meeting with staff of the

Tony O. Elumelu, MFR, and Rt. Hon. Tony Blair were in Freetown on Tuesday, March 6, 2012, to formally kick off the first part of a joint innovative programme aimed at supporting transformational governments in

Government has made significant progress in the implementation of the AGENDA for CHANGE during 2008 to 2010. The programmes and projects implemented under each of the strategic priorities of the AGENDA for CHANGE are detailed

One of Sierra Leone’s prominent politicians once remarked that the ‘plasas’ or source of politics is lies. Politics cannot be eaten and enjoyed if it is not spiced with lies, the politician said. Sierra Leone is

Junior staff workers of Sierra Leone’s age-old university, Fourah Bay College took to protest on Monday, March 5, over working benefits the government promised them. This was one among the series of protest actions held