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‘Human Rights Commission needs material resources’

---Commissioner Olu-Williams By Hassan G. Koroma   A Commissioner of the Sierra Leone Human Rights Commission yesterday said the Commission was in dire need of resources, including…

Murder trial of ACC staff set for 30 April verdict

By Hawa Amara  Presiding judge in the murder trial of Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) staff, Fatmata Finda Bockari, Justice Sam Margai yesterday adjourned the matter to 30 April,…

Court Martial…

Accused plead not guilty, denied bail By Alusine Sesay After series of objections by the defense counsel – on the eligibility of Judge Advocate Otto During and…

Tax incentives to mining companies cost Salone Le.966.6bn loss in 2012

By Ibrahim Tarawallie According to a report titled ‘Losing Out’, which will be launched today at the Hill Valley Hotel in Freetown, current tax Incentives cost the…

Bonthe sea kid hawkers

By Ibrahim Jaffa Condeh in Momarya  Several children in a village in Bonthe district called Momarya survive by hawking goods in the sea as boats arrive from…

Lawmakers not happy with G. Shankerdas& Sons

By Samuel J.Kargbo The Parliamentary Oversight Committee on Lands and Environment last Friday said Shankerdas brewing company were in violation of the laws of Sierra Leone, pursuant…

Bo to host national cultural festival

By Winifred H. Kargbo Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs has announced that host of the third annual national cultural festival is Bo city, commencing on 19…

Farmers in southern Sierra Leone benefit from cassava value chain training

By Tiva Ansumana in Bo Twenty-four (24) farmers from six farming groups drawn from Bo, Bonthe, Moyamba and Pujehun districts have a concluded a three days training…

First Lady to lead Maputu Protocol ratification

By Victoria Saffa Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Advocacy Movement Network (AMNet), Hawa Samai,told journalists that the First Lady of Sierra Leone, Mrs. Sia Nyama Koroma would…

Chernor Bah bags Voice of Courage for Children in Conflict award

Chernor Bah’s childhood was interrupted by the chaos brought about by the civil war in Sierra Leone, which started when he was six years old. To escape…