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August 2017

Alimu Sanu Barrie, CEO for Pavi Fort, a local construction company doing the Koinadugu roads, Kabala township, donated 500 bags of rice, Le25 million and three excavators to relief effort going on in the affected

The World Bank Country Manager for Sierra Leone, Parminder Brar, Thursday visited the Martomeh community at Regent, the scene of Monday’s deadly mudslide that claimed the lives of hundreds of residents and completely razed to

The Public Relations Officer of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security has disclosed that the Ministry is currently some financial constraints due to non-allocation by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development. Abubakarr

The terrible aftermath of the mudslides in Sierra Leone, which have left more than 3000 people homeless, grimly illustrates the human cost of the government’s failure to implement housing and land policies, said Amnesty International. “The

In the wake August 14th, 2014, the mudslide occurred at Regent peninsular area west of Freetown, the capital of the Republic of Sierra Leone. At the request of Chinese Embassy and the Ministry of Works

With fist of fury, clenched in despair, I raised my hands to heaven in supplication. With teary eyes and swollen cheeks, we ask for divine explanation. In cries of abandonment, for what has befallen us, in our

Sierra Leone Parliament endorsed a motion by the Majority Leader, Hon. Leonard Fofanah, that members of the public who transfer, display or parade nude pictures and videos of victims of the August 14th Flood disaster

Friends of Sierra Leone Expresses Solidarity With Flood Victims, Seeks Ways to Help The US-based group Friends of Sierra Leone (FOSL) has expressed “heartfelt sympathy and condolences” to the people of Sierra Leone affected by

Reports coming from Waterloo say the first batch of 250 decomposed bodies that could not be identified have been buried in a mass burial this evening in Waterloo. A local journalist in Waterloo working for an

When the devastating tragic mudslide and flooding hit Freetown on 14th August 2017, Sierra Leone underwent another heartbreaking disaster after the outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease. The Chinese government has been following the disaster and

Sierra Leone’s leading Telecommunications Company, Africell has yet again demonstrated the exemplary and leading role they have been playing over the years by once again coming to the rescue of over 1,000 Mudslide and Flood

The general public is hereby informed that following the heavy downpour of rain during the past twenty four hours, major flooding and landslide incidents have occurred in various places in Freetown resulting in loss of

Residents along the Hill Cut Road and Waterloo communities have described Mohamed Gento Kamara (in photo) as a square peg in a round hole over his inability to construct the Hill Cut and Waterloo roads

A man of God who is spiritually passionate about the human development and existence in any part of the country and the world at large, Rev. Bankole Gibson has again demonstrated interest to contest for