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OPEN LETTER TO THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION IN SIERRA LEONE ON THE PREGNANT SCHOOL GIRLS

April 29, 2015 By Rashid Justice Dumbuya Dear Sir, Re: Unraveling the missing linkages over the ‘pregnant school girls VS their right to education’ debate in Sierra…

Policing without politics

Policing without politics

April 28, 2015 By Gabriel Benjamin The police are there to protect victims and potential victims by consistently enforcing laws and procedures so that all crimes are…

Procurement irregularities

Procurement irregularities

- PAC raps Health Ministry April 28, 2015 By Jariatu S. Bangura As the Public Accounts Committee ( PAC) in Parliament continues to look into the 2013…

HRC frowns at ‘bias implementation of Emergency Regulations’

HRC frowns at ‘bias implementation of Emergency Regulations’

April 24, 2015 By Ibrahim Tarawallie The Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone (HRC-SL) has expressed concern over what they considered as bias implementation of the Public…

WIMSAL joins fight to end Ebola

April 24, 2014 By Hawa Amara Women in the Media Sierra Leone (WIMSAL) yesterday joined the fight to zero Ebola cases by complementing the Sierra Leone Association…

Precautions must be taken as students head back to the classroom

April 24, 2015 By Amjata Bayoh One of the biggest impacts of the Ebola outbreak has been the severe interruption to the school year. But on 14th…

Contemporary Policing for Demanding Circumstances

April 24, 2015 By Media & Communications Unit, SLP The Sierra Leone Police happens to be at the frontline of keeping the peace in Sierra Leone. Incidentally,…

Blacks killing blacks in South Africa

April 23, 2015 By Alusine Sesay For the past few days the international media has been dominated with news of black South Africans killing black Africans on…

Pregnant BECE pupils narrate ordeal

April 23, 2015 By Victoria Saffa Candidates for the delayed Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) may have finally completed writing their examinations few weeks back, yet for…

CARL & AdvocAid concerned over ‘arbitrary’ arrest and detention of Kono youths

April 22, 2015 By Alusine Sesay Two rights organizations in Sierra Leone – AdvocAid and Centre for Accountability and Rule of Law (CARL) – have called on…