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March 2015

News bombshells are fast becoming a weekly feature on the Sierra Leonean psyche, and the politicians are taking up front row seats. If they are not manufacturing the news, the news is manufacturing them. While

The ACC Deputy Commissioner Shollay Davies is currently in Abuja, Nigeria attending a roundtable Conference on whistle blowing. He is accompanied by the Director of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy (NACS) Secretariat, Nabillahi Musa Kamara and

Despite the good and bad news that are coming from  Sierra Leone, especially in connection with corrupt practices by few unpatriotic and unnationalistic Sierra Leoneans in the country, Sierra Leoneans in Australia, are not relent

Freetown, Mar 10, 015 (MOHS) - The newly constructed Sierra Leone-China Level 3 Biological Safety Laboratory at the Jui Hospital started full operation on Wednesday, March 11, 2015.  (Photo: Second from left (photo) Deputy Health

It is almost 9 months now since my colleague students and pupils in Sierra Leone have not darkened the walls of the classroom. The reason is because of an academic embargo that was instituted since

In the evening hours of the 10th March 2015, the former Head of State and 2012 Presidential Candidate of the SLPP, Rtd. Brig. Julius Maada Bio, boarded a flight at the Heathrow International airport to

Freetown, March 10 (SLENA) - Parliament past Friday, Friday 6 March 2015 passed in to law the Telecommunication Amendment Act 2015. The amendment Act is being an act to terminate the monopoly enjoyed by the Sierra

Staff of the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER) in Sierra Leone, including Crisis Manager Bintou Keita, last Friday went to work in yellow dresses, giving momentum to a Yellow Ribbon campaign launched

Masiaka, March 10 (SLENA) - A total of nine people have appeared at the Masiaka Magistrate Court for the offences of Conspiracy and Larceny, presided over by Magistrate Abdul Sheriff.  It has to do with plastic

Deputy Director General of the National Social Security and Insurance Trust (NASSIT), Amara O. Kuyateh, alongside the Director of Operations and Acting Director of Research and Planning, Amadu F. Dainkeh and Joe Hassan Kalokoh respectively,

New initiatives to address agriculture and renewable energy agreed upon African leaders have welcomed the Climate Summit held at the United Nations in New York in September 2014, and say it increases the likelihood that a

Reacting to the latest adjournment in the case of its jailed journalists in Egypt, Al Jazeera spokesperson Osama Saeed said: “For the second successive court date, there was no substantive hearing because eight prosecution witnesses did

The Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authority (NSRPA) with its mandate to protect the people, property and the environment from the harmful effects of radiation have conducted a safety assessment inspection at the Freetown International

Has the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act run its course? It may seem counter-intuitive to imagine that Africa could make contractual demands on the United States. Yet, there is evidence that in recent times Africa

Port Loko, March 5 (SLENA) - In spite of the different shades of opinions on the re-opening of schools slated for end of March 2015, the people of Port Loko district have resolved to work