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Agric. Minister says Salone lags behind in agriculture productivity in Africa

March 9, 2016 By Ibrahim Tarawallie The Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security has opined that Sierra Leone was seriously lagging behind in agricultural productivity in the…

A PASSIONATE LETTER TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT – 38TH EDITION

A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION March 7, 2016 Your Excellency Sir, I write this edition with a level of joy and much commendation for your most…

Lack of public toilet…

Kroo Bay residents defecate in the open March 7, 2016  By Joseph S. Margai Many residents of Kroo Bay community in central of Freetown currently use the…

International Women’s Day: Could President Koroma speak on the Safe Abortion Bill?

International Women’s Day: Could President Koroma speak on the Safe Abortion Bill?

March 7, 2016 By Mohamed Massaquoi The day is here again and our women will be hosting elaborate celebrations to mark International Women’s Day, 8 March. The…

Rev. Father Peter Konteh urges quality education for Sierra Leonean children   

March 3, 2016  By Mohamed Massaquoi The Executive Director of Caritas Freetown has said his institution believes in quality education for children across the country, adding that…

Metrological Department: the gateway to Sierra Leone’s development

March 3, 2016 By Mohamed Massaquoi Many Sierra Leoneans have been lambasting the Metrological Department for not providing proper weather information to the general public to aid…

Kaikai rejoins Shrewsbury on loan

March 2, 2016  By Sahr Morris Jnr.  English Premier League side Crystal Palace Tuesday confirmed that winger Sullay Kaikai has rejoined English League One side Shrewsbury Town…

First Lady calls for improvement in quality education

First Lady calls for improvement in quality education

…As 18,000 teenagers impregnated March 2, 2016 By Victoria Saffa As some 18,000 girls between the ages of 11-19 were impregnated during the deadly Ebola epidemic, between…

‘Kroo Bay is a hub for criminals’

…Says ward committee member March 2, 2016 By Joseph S. Margai A ward committee member of ward 382 in constituency 107 in Freetown, Aminata Sesay, has told…

Deputy Health Minister says self-stigma driving people underground 

March 2, 2016 By Ibrahim Tarawallie The First Deputy Minister of Health and Sanitation yesterday reckoned that self-stigma, as a result of societal expectations, customs and values,…