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As P’ment vetoes KCC budget…

New tax policy for Kenema January 8, 2015 By Mohamed Massaquoi from Kenema The Mayor of Kenema city has announced a new revenue mobilization strategy for the…

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…

Basharia Islamic Mission welcomes Clerk of Parliament

JANUARY 7, 2015  By Alhaji Issa Mansaray Members of the United Communities of Muslims in Sierra Leone, known as the Basharia Islamic Mission, last Friday (2 January)…

As CSM-SL commemorates Jan. 6 apocalypse…

‘S/Leone fighting another deadly war’ JANUARY 7, 2015 By Victoria Saffa Yesterday (January 6) – a day in 1999 when murderous rebel fighters invaded Freetown, killing hundreds,…

EBOLA SCARE…

Sierra Leone AMISOM troops to be withdrawn By Winifred Hannah Koroma DECEMBER 22, 2014 Sierra Leonean troops deployed in war torn Somalia as part of an African…

NaCSA pays Rehabilitation Grant to War Victims

DECEMBER 22, 2014 By Abu Bakarr Conteh “There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its war victims”.…

Mayor, MPs corruption drama…

ACC urged to investigate DECEMBER 19, 2014 By Mohamed Massaquoi, Jariatu Bangura and Samuel J. Kargbo It was real drama yesterday at Committee Room No.1 in the Sierra…

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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…

Restriction on movement between Districts during Christmas period

Address by President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma DECEMBER 18, 2014  Fellow Sierra Leoneans, since our country registered its first case of Ebola on the 25th of May…

P’ment okays Audit Services Board Chair, 4 other

DECEMBER 18, 2014 Parliament yesterday, through the recommendations contained in the third report of its Committee on Appointments and the Public Service, approved five presidential nominees to…