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January 2014

Fight for Peace (FFP) is an international organization working with young people around the world to eradicate drugs and violence among youths, and to capacitate them in contributing to national development. Two officials of the organization,

Sierra Rutile recently launched its Localization Plan at the British Council Hall at Tower Hill in Freetown. The Localization Plan is an accelerated staff progression process for high potential employees who are citizens of the Republic

28 January 2014 – Only 1 in 10 people who need palliative care are currently receiving it, according to the Global Atlas of Palliative Care at the End of Life, published jointly by the World

African Minerals (SL) Ltd is inviting applications from interested candidates for the position of HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC This position is open to qualified Sierra Leoneans, and qualified women are especially encouraged to apply. The deadline for

H.E. Mr. Ernest Bai Koroma President of the Republic of Sierra Leone State House Freetown. 27 January 2014 Dear Mr. President, OPEN LETTER Contemporary records and proceedings of the Sierra Leone Parliament show that Parliament has elected a new speaker in the

My dear Brothers and Sisters at home and abroad, on behalf of the ex-servicemen and women of the Republic of Sierra Leone Military Forces (RSLMF) Overseas, I would like to take this opportunity to extend

His Worship Mayor Bode Gibson, the Mayor of Freetown City Council (FCC) paid an unexpected visit to Sewa Grounds, by Victoria Park in the company of the Director of Decentralization Secretary, Alhassan Kanu, some Councilors

Last year the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa inaugurated the 10-member High-Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows from Africa, chaired by former South African president Thabo Mbeki. Africa Renewal sat down with one of

A campaign for the universal ratification and reporting on the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child (ACRWC) Addis Ababa, 23 January, 2014. - Alongside the 22nd AU Summit (21 - 31 January,

Charles Dhewa loved to write about agriculture, especially soil and crops. In early 2000 he decided to turn his words into action by becoming a cattle and horticulture farmer in Zimbabwe. He bought a small

Addis Ababa, 23 January 2014 -  The Director of Women, Gender and Development of the African Union,  Mrs. Litha Musyimi-Ogana, held a press conference on 22 January  2014 at the African Union Commission headquarters in

“The Ngoma Africa Band belong to the fans,” said Ebrahim Makunja a.k.a Ras Ebby Makunja, the East African, Tanzanian-born founder of the group of musicians based in Germany. “Musicians are just the servants. We are

Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, 24th January 2014: With the aim of brainstorming and exchanging ideas on critical issues relating to Africa’s Agenda 2063, and the state of the African Union, members of the AU Executive Council converged

Tonkolili, Jan. 23 (SLENA) - Member of Parliament of Constituency 63, covering Mile 91 in the Tonkolili District on Tuesday this week presented a group of investors to the people of Mssengbeh village at Upper

In the name of Allah, most merciful, most gracious: Please permit space in your widely circulated medium to ponder my thoughts. On the little of the thousands qualities of tolerance bestowed on the Holy Prophet