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War of words over ‘doctored’ medical certificate

…Sylvia Blyden versus Cutis Thomas April 18, 2016 By Casper Hsu and AL Mansaray The newly appointed Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs Minister has responded to…

Fishermen reluctant to use rocky landing site at Tombo wharf

…fear their boats may be destroyed April 18, 2016 By Joseph S. Margai Although a new modern landing site has been constructed at Tombo, a vibrant fishing…

S.108 (3): TELEOLOGY OF DANGEROUS PROPORTIONS?

April 15, 2016 By Moses Massa Teleology simply means the study of ends or purposes of a thing by looking at its outcome; good or bad, and…

Sierra Leone match-fixing inquest: 10 to face committee

April 14, 2016 By Sahr Morris Jr. Chairman of Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) match-fixing enquiry committee, Major (Rtd.) Alfred Palo Conteh, has confirmed that ‘10 persons…

Chinese Ambassador pledges more support to Parliament

…As he opens new health clinic April 13, 2016 By Jariatu S. Bangura The Chinese Ambassador to Sierra Leone has assured Members of Parliament that China would…

John Hopkins University to partner with PCMH

April 12, 2016 By Ibrahim Tarawallie Medical doctors and a nurse from John Hopkins University in the United States of America have completed a week-long assessment visit…

ADP slams government for water crisis

April 12, 2016 By Patrick Jaiah Kamara The Alliance Democratic Party (ADP) has slammed the government of Ernest Bai Koroma for what it called a ‘deliberate neglect’…

Ahead of parliamentary bye-election in Kailahun

…Local Government Minister threatens council workers April 12, 2016 By Mohamed Massaquoi, from Kailahun  The newly appointed Minister of Local Government and Rural Development last Saturday lost…

Lack of Government Support: Children Continue to Suffer in Silence

April 12, 2016 By Joseph S. Margai Negligence on the part of the Government of Sierra Leone to support and promote the wellbeing of Sierra Leonean children…

APC Shenanigans: The Credibility Deficit and the Flawed Census

April 11, 2016 By Yusuf Keketoma Sandi If I was a lexicographer (a person who compiles dictionaries) I would have inserted a new name in the dictionary for…