MONDAY 10TH MARCH 2014: Journalists Jonathan Leigh and Bai Bai Sesay of the Independent Observer Newspaper were today cautioned and discharged after pleading guilty to a single charge
The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) is concerned over the arrest and detention of journalist Theophilus Gbenda on seditious libel charges on Tuesday 11th February 2014.
Members of the Sierra Leone Association for Journalists (SLAJ) agreed at last week’s meeting at their 56 Campbell Street headquarters in Freetown, to stage a big demonstration through
The death of Richie Olu Awoonor-Gordon, Sierra Leone’s most celebrated pro-people campaigner is without question a big loss. The unprecedented outpouring of tributes from across the ideological and
It was a raining day in August 1993 when Olu Gordon walked into the offices of Concord Times on Pademba Road, Freetown. He wiped his face frantically to
“Life, as it were, is not to be measured by the years one spends on earth. It is not those years that count but rather, what is done
The editor of Global Times newspaper, Sheik M. Bawoh will on Tuesday 22nd launch his campaign for the position of Vice President in the upcoming Sierra Leone Association
After weeks of declaration of intent, Mustapha Sesay (in photo), one of Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) Presidential candidates, yesterday launched his manifesto and campaign.
In his measurement,
Freetown – The National Secretariat of the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ), wishes to announce that the deadline for payment of membership dues has been extended to