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June 2011

Recently, Sierra Express Media toured the provincial headquarter towns of Makeni, Bo, and Kenema, to enhance people’s assessment of the chances of opponent political parties - the APC and SLPP in the run up to

What Freetown City Council! Searcher was amused when the very day saw some senior officials of the Freetown City Council (FCC) searching pockets of some senior workers, who were from a mission ‘Di Papa’ had sent

If you don't have a club, have played just half an hour of league football in four years and are aged 43, the chances of playing international football hover just above the zero mark. (Photo:

Interestingly, we have today as our guest in this hard-fact show, a veteran folk in the media terrain called Mr. Idiot.  If you are just tuning, this is Fox Radio FM1.00, the one in town

It is now clear that certain politicians of the ruling All Peoples Congress (APC), including lecturers at Njala University College, Bo campus, attempted to undermine the recent student union election by promoting politics and

In one of our recent editorials, we discussed the issue of the strike notice as put out by the Academic Staff Association (ASA) of the University of Sierra Leone, notably from the Fourah Bay

The Special Court of Sierra Leone recently announced contempt indictment of five Sierra Leoneans, two of whom are war crimes convicts currently serving sentences in the Mpanga Prison in Rwanda. In a release put out by

Borbor Sawyer was elected in 2007 to represent his people to parliament under difficult circumstances.  He had no money, but since there was dire need for Constituency 04 to have someone as son of the

The greatest breaking news for Fourah Bay College and Sierra Leoneans in general is the news about the publication in Canada of the long awaited and long sought for history about Fourah Bay College’s past,

Cluff Gold Company with operations in the Valunia Chiefdom Bo District joined thousands of school children drawn from over fifteen villages within the chiefdom to commemorate the Day of the African Child on June 16.

A total of seven African players are now available for nothing from English Premier League clubs.  (Photo:  Zimbabwe striker Benjani Mwaruwari is available on a free transfer) The league has released a list of all the

Africa's four teams will be hoping to reach the 11 July final, which will be played at the legendary Azteca Stadium, seen here staging the 1986 World Cup final   (Photo: Burkina Faso go to the

Freetown – The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists regrets to announce the death of its former president, Ibrahim El-Tayyib Bah who passed away at the early hours of today 18 June at the Choithram Hospital

Furious Nurses of the Holy Mary Hospital at Mellon Street in Wellington east of Freetown, have expressed dissatisfaction over the uninspiring conduct of one of Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) flagbearer contenders, Dr. Anthony Soyei

Urgent action for street children! To be honest with you good folks, Searching Man has never been impressed with the way and manner in which The Day of the African Child has been observed in this