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June 2011

For a staunch Sierra Leone Peoples Party supporter, there is only one obstacle between the opposition party and victory in the 2012 Presidential and General elections and that is Dr.Bu-Buakei Jabbie.  If Dr. Bu-Buakei withdraws

Accra, 22 June - Reach back momentarily to 1989 and the Exxon Valdez tanker oil spill. The disaster alerted the world to possible future accidents of this nature. Since then there have been many more,

Dallas, Texas, U.S.A, June 20, 2011. Dr. Alie Patrick Koroma has joined three Sierra Leone Nurses who have recently tossed their mortarboards in the air at the Texas Women’s University (TWU) to celebrate their hard-earned

Local NGO Foundation for Democratic Initiatives and Development in Sierra Leone (FDID-SL) has joined hands with UNIPSIL, the British High Commission and the Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation to take the war against drugs to the

Patchy rumours of President Koroma’s choice of appointment of the person to succeed the Chairperson of the Independent Media Commission (IMC), has been marred with grievous speculations that Tam Bayoh, who doubles as the Executive

The Foundation for Democratic Initiative and Development (FDID) is bracing for this year’s International Anti-Drug Day. It has lined up a series of programmes, including a press conference, and a procession from Victoria Park to the

Over the weekend, scores of youths in the Grassfield community east of Freetown marshalled themselves to actualize their dream of constructing a 2 kilometer feeder road linking the main Freetown/Waterloo Highway to the north axis

In economics, the law of diminishing returns state that as “more and more variable factors of production such as capital and labour are combined with the fixed factor of production such as land, production increases

The Freetown Waste Management which has the duty of keeping the city clean is reportedly plagued with a number of unsolved difficulties. It has reached this press that despite the Freetown City Council’s monthly financial remunerations

The outcome of the recent Conference of Principals of Secondary Schools (CPSS) held in Bo city was a proposal for a review of current school fees upward.  (Photo: Dr. Minkailu Bah, Minister of Education) According to

It was at the recent conference of secondary school principals held in Bo, Southern Sierra Leone that the National Head of the West African Examination Council (WAEC), Sheriff Sapateh informed his audience that council has

DJ’s announcement: well, well, well, fellow citizens of this fifty years old country with false life and vague promises of the politicians, this time is full of consciousness. These days the people’s power questions the

When African leaders assemble in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea on June 30 for the African Union summit, they will discuss numerous challenges confronting the continent. No doubt economic and political issues will take center stage, but

The Playhouse Foundation donated 600 sets of double school desks and benches to primary schools in Kono District from 13 – 17 June 2011 as part of its second phase of activities.  This donation which

Josef Morie Kamara (aka) Kama was on Tuesday this week arraigned at Magistrate Johannes Wellington’s Court No 2 on a Count Charge of obtaining money by false pretence, contrary to Section 32(1) of the Larceny