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As the world celebrates World Press Freedom Day, on May 3rd every year since 1993, when the UN declared the day following the land mark declaration in Windhoek,

Gabriel Tommy, Director of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) stands accused of undermining President Julius Maada Bio’s New Direction administration. Tommy has not only proved his incompetence in

Internal Affairs Minister Orders The Arrest Of Journalist One of Sierra Leone’s renowned journalists, Fayia Amara Fayia, was on the morning of Saturday, 29th September, 2018 was arrested and

In honor of World Press Freedom Day, May 3rd, the United States Embassy is holding an Essay Competition. Secondary School pupils, ages between 17-19, are requested to write on

The Government of Sierra Leone, through the Independent Media Commission (IMC), has slammed a two month ban on the most popular good governance radio program on Star Radio,

The entire members of the Association of Sierra Leonean Journalists in Exile (ASALJIE) in Australia hereby strongly condemn the recent  brutal attack by personnel of the Sierra Leone

As the gloves come off for a bare-knuckle tug-of-war and the snarls get louder from both sides, it is fascinating to read between the lines of the surreal

Since 2010, there has been significant institutional progress for press freedom in Africa. The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR) passed a resolution in November of

A female journalist working for Concord Times Newspaper, Victoria Saffa was on Friday 22nd March 2013 assaulted and stripped naked by police personnel attached to the Ross Road