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Book Review: Navigating Helene Cooper’s fine art of Madame President

Book Review:  Navigating Helene Cooper’s fine art of Madame President

April 28, 2017 By Osman Benk Sankoh Helene Cooper’s fascinating new book, Madame President, made me think of my friend, the global girl rights advocate Chernor Bah…

19 certified after successful hospitality hotel training

March 3, 2017 By Alhaji Mansaray Having gone through two weeks training in hospitality hotel training, 19 staff of the Leisure Lodge Hotel at Aberdeen in Freetown…

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My President, Please Protect Children’s Right to Safe and Meaningful Participation in Sierra Leone January 26, 2017 By Chernor Bah Over 16 years ago, I led a…

Acting Publicity Secretary optimistic SLPP will rise again!

…says they are civilised, decent and cultured    January 16, 2017 By Joseph S. Margai Acting Publicity Secretary of the Somana Kapen faction of the main opposition…

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January 12, 2017  BY ELIZABETH A. KAINE                                                                            …

“I am open to dialogue”

…Maada Bio declares January 11, 2017 By Mohamed Massaquoi The main flag bearer aspirant for the opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) has assured his supporters that…

CARL urges gov’t to speedily adopt CRC report

December 16, 2016 By Patrick Jaiah Kamara The Centre for Accountability and Rule of Law (CARL) has urged the government of Sierra Leone to act speedily on the…

Justice Cowan: Hero, Not Villain!

November 24, 2016 By Abu-bakarr Sheriff Justice Edmond K. Cowan has spent the better part of his adult life, spanning more than half a century, serving Sierra…

FUEL INCREASE: THE UNTOLD STORY OF WHY PUMP PRICE JUMPED FROM LE3,750 TO LE6,000!

November 21, 2016 By Abu-Bakarr Sheriff Welling meaning Sierra Leoneans at home and abroad are perplexed at how government, in an unholy alliance with fuel marketers, decided…

President Koroma’s commitments to Youth questioned, two months after Kabala killings

October 13, 2016 By Mohamed Massaquoi Prior to the 2007 elections, many artists, community and religious leaders, and the country’s political class were concerned that the general…