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January 2013

Practically speaking, the conduct of  a nation’s foreign policy are most often than guided by the thoughtful adjustment that may be occurring at the national, sub-regional, regional and international environments. Again, a nation’s external relations

Addis Ababa, 22 January 2013 – Ambassador Jean-Baptiste Natama, Chief of Staff of the African Union (AU) Commission, held on, 22 January 2013, at the headquarters of the AU, a briefing on the strategic partnerships

The oral arguments in ‘The Prosecutor v. Charles Ghankay Taylor are being delivered today and tomorrow before the Appeals Chamber in The Hague.   (Photo: Charles Ghankay Taylor) [caption id="attachment_52093" align="alignnone" width="448"] Judges, (left to right) Alternate

In a bid to promote child education World Vision Sierra Leone has commenced the distribution of solar lamps to primary and secondary school children in Kono District where electricity for the ordinary people has not

We are excited to launch another year of the African Innovation Prize at the University of Sierra Leone - with participation from students from COMAHS, IPAM and Fourah Bay College. Students this year again have the

World Vision, Save the Children, Oxfam GB, Evidence for Action and Budget Advocacy Network have lauded the 10.5% Budget Allocation made to the MoHS of the 2013 National Budget.  (Photo: Minister of Finance and Economic

“The term of office for ministers could be few months or years or even less”…President Koroma Drops Bombshell as SP and 12 Ministers take oath of appointment Freetown: His Excellency Dr Ernest Bai Koroma has

The sounds of African drumming mixed with loud voices were somewhat cheerful and harmonious in the background when South Africa’s multi-platinum artist Lira answered her phone for a 10 minute interview to give an inside

Executive Director of the Attitudinal and Behavioural Change (ABC) Secretariat has disclosed that the laws in the national constitution have no alternative.  (Photo: Dr. Ivan Ajibola Thomas lecturing the Officers of the 2nd Infantry Brigade

Alhaji Usman Boie Kamara last Friday, January 18th, 2013 was approved by the House of Parliament as the Minister of Trade and Industry. Addressing the Honorable Minister, majority leader of Parliament of the All People’s Congress

The Sierra Leone Road Transport Corporation (SLRTC) last Thursday towed the vehicle of honorable member of parliament N’Jajua of Constituency (07). The incident occurred at Wilkinson Road, Freetown, in the presence of the Honorable. Wardens revealed

After several ups and downs in Sierra Leone Football, provoking FIFA’s intervention, the later forming of a Normalization Committee comprising of the chairman, Alie Fornah, Buffy Bailor, Milton Boyle, Alhassan Kamara and a female, media

As bribery and corruption thrive recklessly in our society, DTO of Central Police Station, Inspector Kabba is alleged to have been caught in the web. Reports gathered by this medium reveal that the said DTO is

The Western Area Football Referees Association (WAFRA) will be organizing a basic referee course on the 17 laws of the game for beginners starting at the end of February 2013. The referee’s course is purely for

As Flaming Church crusade faded out, City Father last Thursday prophesied, “We will change Salone”. Father of the Freetown Municipality, Mayor Bode Gibson, made this profession at the National Stadium main bowl while invited as a