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Cape Lambert sacks 117 workers

January 9, 2014  By Victoria Saffa Cape Lambert Mining Company has reportedly sacked some 117 workers as part of a new cost cutting measure put in place…

Remembering the January 6, 1999 Invasion of Freetown

A statement by Civil Society Movement-Sierra Leone (CSM-SL) - 6 January 2015 JANUARY 7, 2015 Exactly16 years today, rebel forces of the Armed Forces Revolutionary Council and…

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Citizens welcome President Koroma’s Ebola initiative DECEMBER 19, 2014 With Victoria Saffa & Patrick J. Kamara A cross-section of Freetown residents have highly welcomed President Ernest Bai Koroma’s…

PRESS RELEASE: SLAJ concerned over BBC Media Action activities

DECEMBER 17, 2014 The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) is concerned about the activities and intentions of the international non-governmental organization – BBC Media Action –…

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P’ment summons Kenema Mayor DECEMBER 17, 2014 By Mohamed Massaquoi The Sierra Leone Parliament has reportedly summoned the Mayor of Kenema, His Worship Joseph S. Keifala, following…

SLAJ demands gov’t attention to achieve more success

DECEMBER 11, 2014 By Sahr Morris Jr. Secretary General of the Sierra Leone Athletics Association (SLAA), Dauda Sundufu Sowa, says his association can achieve more success on…

Ebola: A symptom of global capitalism in West Africa

Ebola: A symptom of global capitalism in West Africa

Interview with Chernoh Bah of the African Socialist Movement DECEMBER 10, 2014  Chernoh Alpha M. Bah In coastal West Africa, one of the poorest regions in the…

Double quarantined family scared of future after losing parents to Ebola

DECEMBER 8, 2014  By Ahmed Sahid Nasralla (De Monk) They say you don’t have to be infected to be affected. This is true for 19 year-old Ramatulai…

Pres. Koroma admits ‘gaps in Ebola fight’

Pres. Koroma admits ‘gaps in Ebola fight’

DECEMBER 4, 2014 By Mohamed Massaquoi President Ernest Bai Koroma has conceded that there is still huge deficiency in the fight against the dreaded Ebola virus in…

Ebola: assessing Britain’s Sierra Leone response

Ebola: assessing Britain’s Sierra Leone response

DECEMBER 3, 2014 By Gabriel Benjamin Sierra Leone and Britain have been friends since pre-colonial days. Fifty three years ago, Sierra Leone gained independence from Britain. The super…