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September 2011

The Minister of Political Affairs Friday 16th confirmed to Sierra Leoneans that the Guinean government has offered on loan, a total of about 2,000 tons of rice to the government of Sierra Leone. Hon. Alpha Kanu

It has reached desks of Sierra Express Media that the Minister of Internal Affairs, Musa Tarawallie, was in Bo town in the early hours of Friday 9th. Disclosures are that Musa Tarawallie was spotted in Bo

The strong and sustained public education campaign by the Eastern Region Office of the ACC is gradually engulfing more peripheral communities in the Kenema District. This is in harmony with recent move by the Commission

Summer 2011 saw the establishment of the non-profit initiative “EDUSHARE Sierra Leone” by a group of Sierra Leonean women in the USA.  Yanoh Kay Jalloh, one of the founding members, is studying for her masters

In a recent article I made mention of Dara Colleary and his wife Sara who during their visit to Sierra Leone met with Pastor Michael Kanu and members of Zion Church in Bo . Dara, who

Introduction: A previous article by the author explored the work and impact of community-based paralegals in the lives of ordinary people in rural areas, through the lens of a number of case studies depicting real

African Petroleum, one of the two companies prospecting for oil off the coast of Sierra Leone, says it will be commencing drilling in Sierra Leone next year. This will bring to an end over two years

Senior members of the Sierra Leone Police (SLP) on Wednesday 14th September, 2011 hosted staff of the Attitudinal and Behavioural Change (ABC) Secretariat at the Police Headquarters, George Street in Freetown. The purpose of the meeting

The National AIDS Secretariat in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund, over the weekend concluded a two-day workshop on comprehensive condom programming at the National Stadium Hostels in Freetown. The workshop brought together partners

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) North has on Thursday 15th September 2011 officially formalized partnership with the Makeni Branch of Children’s Forum Network (CFN).  (Photo: Members of Children’s Forum Network at the meeting) Speaking at the official

The recent Bo violence which left one dead and nineteen seriously wounded appears to lay blame on the police for using live bullets against defenseless civilians. Facts surrendered to this press reveal how armed police officers

The Idiot is displeased over the observable accelerated hardship in the country.  He is also disappointed at dishonest politicians who patrol studios of radio and TV stations to shamelessly tell the easy to fool electorates

Owing to happenings from within ranks of the ruling All People Congress (APC) party, the Vice President of the Republic Sierra Leone is reportedly a worried man. A State House source has disclosed to this press

His Excellency Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, in fulfilling his commitment to take  the government to the people – a pronouncement he made at Rutgers University  in New Jersey in 2008, at Staten Island Community College

The Ministry of Defence yesterday spoke on issues relating to peacekeeping operations, especially the recent reconnaissance visit to Somalia's ongoing developments. The Army and Ministry of Defence respectively reacted to recent misrepresentations reported by some media