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United States Extends “Food for Education” Project in Koinadugu District

May 20, 2016 The Minister of Education, Science and Technology officially launched ‘All Pikin for Learn’, a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) “Food For Education” programme…

Sierra Leone to introduce compulsory civil registration

May 18, 2016 By Memunatu Bangura The Chief Registrar at the National Registration Secretariat disclosed on Tuesday at the Miata Conference Centre in Freetown that the government…

Tourism Minister vows to rebrand Sierra Leone

May 18, 2016 By Ibrahim Tarawallie Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs yesterday registered his determination and commitment to rebrand Sierra Leone by letting the world know…

15th prosecution witness testifies in DJ Clef’s murder matter

May 18, 2016 By Hawa Amara The 15thprosecution witness in the DJ Clef murder trial, Detective Police Constable Kadiatu Kamara 9338 (DPC), attached to the Family Support…

“Fuel subsidy is still a great challenge for us”

…Petroleum Unit Executive Chair May 16, 2016 By Jariatu Bangura The Executive Chairperson of the Petroleum Unit has told Members of Parliament that fuel subsidy by the…

 ‘Majority of motorbikes plying the CBD are owned by Police Officers

…Claims President of Bike Riders May 16, 2016 By Joseph S. Margai President of Sierra Leone Commercial Motor Bike Riders Union, David Sesay, claims that most of…

As May 2016 Criminal Session opens… 

High Court to try 30 criminal cases May 16, 2016 By Hassan Gbassay Koroma The High Court of Sierra Leone is set to try 30 criminal cases…

SLRA PRO laments car washing on streets, says it destroys roads

May 16, 2016 By Joseph S. Margai It is commonplace in Freetown to see youths washing cars on the streets, with most probably ignorant of the fact…

Ambassador Ismael Koroma urges investment in education

May 16, 2016 By Abdul Karim Koroma Sierra Leone’s Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative to the African Union and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Ismael…

Freetown’s unprotected cemeteries: encroachers rejoice over government’s inaction

May 9, 2016 By Joseph S. Margai In most countries in the world the capital cities are densely populated to such an extent that residents scramble to…