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THE ST. VALENTINE’S DAY MY SHOES WEPT!!

February 11, 2016 By: Winstanley R. Bankole. Johnson Every youth must have at a point in life experienced the dilemma of which one among the list of…

Child labourers not sure about their future

February 10, 2016 By Joseph S. Margai Children who sell wares on the streets of Freetown have expressed fear over their future as most of them have…

Ivory Coast offers 83mw electricity for sale to Salone, others

February 10, 2016 By Joseph S. Margai The Government of Cote d’Ivoire has availed 83 megawatts of electricity for sale to Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia. This…

‘Only 231 recommendations implemented out of 953’

‘Only 231 recommendations implemented out of 953’

- Audit report reveals February 9, 2016 By Regina Pratt The 2014 Audit report on ministries, departments and agencies reveals that out of the 953 recommendations made,…

AG engages traditional rulers on justice development

AG engages traditional rulers on justice development

February 9, 2016  The Attorney General and Minister of Justice over the weekend (Saturday 6 February) had an interactive meeting with Paramount Chiefs from the North to…

At Last, Justice!! Through Legal Aid Board

February 9, 2016 By Oswald Hanciles If you are a good Christian or Muslim, or, humanist, you will feel a chill would run through your body, you…

Former Chief Justice in court

Former Chief Justice in court

February 9, 2016 By Hawa Amara Former Acting Chief Justice of Sierra Leone, Valesius V. Thomas, yesterday testified against one Ibrahim Issa Kamara, who allegedly used threatening…

IMAT College offers Le200 million scholarship

February 8, 2016 By Patrick Jaiah Kamara The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of IMAT College has disclosed to journalists that his institution would offer scholarship grants worth…

Freetown’s fire accidents: causes, impact and solution  

 February 8, 2016 By Mohamed Massaquoi and Alusine Sesay Following the recent spate of fire disasters in Freetown and its environs, Concord Times embarked on a week-long investigation…

Two bridges in Freetown pose deathtrap

February 8, 2016  By Joseph S. Margai History may repeat itself if residents of communities living around the Aberdeen and Old Railway Line bridges are not evacuated…