At the usual police press briefing held yesterday at the police headquarters at George Street, Crime Officer, Congo Cross police Station, Detective Sergeant 4845 Sankoh A. informed journalists that on Sunday, 17th July 2010, he
Sierra Leone has always been faced with one big problem, the problem of leadership, a problem that comes every way into the peculiar factors responsible for the stagnation in the countryâ€™s growth and development.
Godfrey Manley-Spain (in photo), fondly known among Sierra Leoneans as 'Lord Bongo Johnson,' was found dead through strangulation in his Mesquite home in the early hours of Monday, 19th July, 2010, a few hours after
Sol Bamba is likely to miss Hibernian's opening Europa League qualifier on 29 July after the defender failed to join the club's training camp in Holland.
The Ivory Coast international was granted extended leave, having been
Dhawa Technology Group has teamed up with SLBC to stage a dancing competition called U SABI DANCE; tailored to revamp the entertainment industry in the country.
In an exclusive interview with Bhai Dhawa Sesay, the brain
Introduction. Homeowners have been financing the construction of houses either by their own funds or through short term loans from friends, relatives and from the money market. This has made the construction of most housing
Sierra Leonean striker Mohamed Bangura has signed for Swedish Champions AIK Solna from local club Kallon FC for an undisclosed fee. Â (Photo: Sierra Leonean Mohamed Bangura has signed for Swedish side AIK Solna)
The 21-year-old has
For many Sierra Leoneans he's largely responsible for the defeat of the Sierra Leone People's Party in the last general elections through his hit song 'Ejectment Notice'. Almost three years on Prince George aka Innocent,
Mohamed Barrie has received a cheque of Le640,000 from Hotel Africanus as his prize for winning Free Radioâ€™s World Cup Fever 2010 promo. Â (Photo: Barrie displaying his Le 640,000 cheque)
Barrie emerged the luckiest out of
Marseille coach Didier Deschamps has expressed his anger at Cameroon's Stephane Mbia (in photo), after he failed to arrive on time for pre-season training.
The defensive midfielder should have joined up with the rest of the
African Minerals Limited announced that it has entered into a binding Term Sheet with Cape Lambert Resources Limited in respect of the development of the Marampa rail and Pepel Port infrastructure project that will service