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UBA hits billion Leones double digit PBT in 2013 financial year

United Bank for Africa Sierra Leone Limited has made steady and significant strides in the growth of its profits and total assets in ended 2013 financial year,…

Addax Bioenergy starts sugarcane bioethanol and power production in Sierra Leone

Geneva (Switzerland)/Makeni (Sierra Leone) Addax Bioenergy is pleased to announce that its facility in Makeni, Sierra Leone, has started producing sugarcane bioethanol and renewable electricity. The company…

Impact of Technology on workplace productivity

By Gabriel Benjamin In recent times, technology has become an integral aspect of work processes and being up-to-date on the latest technology is now a prerequisite for…

The Core of the Matter – Is the Customer still the king?

By Gabriel Benjamin Continued from last edition The customer is most of the time the first victim when a business appears to be struggling. Where then does…

The Core of the Matter – Is the Customer still the king?

BUSINESS DAY By Gabriel Benjamin Many businesses today are under tremendous pressure and anxiety about where their growth will come from this year. Teams are meeting, putting…

Technical and Vocational Education – Key to Sierra Leone Development

BUSINESS DAY By Gabriel Benjamin The Final Part Anyone who thinks that a country that lacks skilled technical and vocational manpower, cannot generate electricity for more than…

Technical and Vocational Education – Key to Sierra Leone Development

By Gabriel Benjamin Continued from last edition… The design of Sierra Leone’s educational system is flawed. The neglect of technical and vocational education is an obstacle to…

For increase in market dues…

Market women threaten strike action By Francis Ndanema in Moyamba Market women in Moyamba have threatened to embark on a sit down strike if the contractor for…

Technical and Vocational Education – Key to Sierra Leone Development

By: Gabriel Benjamin Technical and vocational education has been an integral part of national development strategies in many societies because of its impact on productivity and economic…

Maize, cassava identified as West Africa’s food security pillars

By Gabriel Benjamin A new study released recently by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) has identified maize and…