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July 2013

The recent report by the world’s corruption watch dog, Transparency International (TI) named two state institutions as the most corrupt in many parts of the world, namely, the police and the judiciary. The report further

Moyamba, July (SLENA): The Moyamba Junction Health Centre is one that lacks safe drinking water and living quarters for its staff, according to SLENA sources. In an interview with the Community Health Officer, Joseph N’gbaka told

The Parliamentary Committee on Education yesterday 17 July 2013 engaged education stakeholders in Bo at the Bo City Council Hall regarding the effective implementation of the decisions taken by Government through the White Paper, based

Freetown, July (SLENA) - Member of Parliament for Constituency 105, Hon Ibrahim Kamara aka Prezo last weekend embarked on a clearing exercise and road maintenance at Upper Bombay Street and Owen Street in Fulla town,

Four accused persons were on Monday, July 15th 2013, arraigned before the Acting Principal Magistrate of the Kenema Magistrate Court, Magistrate Alhaji Momoh Jah Stevens on one count of unlawful possession, contrary to Section 13(1)

The Parliamentary Oversight Committee on Works and Technical Maintenance on Monday 15th July summoned four road constructors and the Sierra Leone Roads Authority (SLRA) to answer to questions regarding their contractual performances in their various

Society for Knowledge Management Sierra Leone (SKM-SL) has equipped a total of sixteen participants  from  Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Community Based Organizations and Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs), with information on knowledge sharing,  at a one

The Sierra Leone Reggae Union will go to the polls on Sunday 21st July to elect a new executive. These elections are expected to catapult the union and reggae musicians to a better level in

Government continues to lose billions of Leones to illicit gold mining and smuggling in Kabala and environs on a daily basis. Reports from the northern Koinadugu District are that illicit gold mining and smuggling of this

Woman Timap a gender based organization has accredited goodwill ambassadors from the United Kingdom and the Federal Republic of Nigeria respectively.  Spouse of the permanent secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Mrs. Aminata Kargbo and

A technical team from the National Power Authority (NPA) headed by Deputy Director, Garvie and the Permanent Secretary Alhaji Mohamed Yillah, were charged with the responsibility to monitor and inspect power houses that are currently

4 Heavyweights Battles for Presidency Four prominent football stakeholders will battle for the FA’s Presidential hot seat slated for 27th July in Freetown. The four contestants include Rodney Michael, Isha Johansen, Football legend Mohamed Kallon,

Dear friends,  July 17, On this day, we reflect on the progress made in the long struggle for accountability, particularly the adoption of the Rome Statute on July 17, 1998, which established the International Criminal

Hell broke loose on 15th July when pupils of the Milton Margai School for the Blind together with the School for the Deaf and Dumb stormed and barricaded the Wilkinson Road with desks and chairs

The Duramany-Lakkoh Education Foundation [D-LEF] past Friday 12th July donated building materials worth millions of Leones to the IPAM Muslim Jamaat during the Juma prayers. The items included 4 bundles of zinc, nails etc., assorted