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‘World Bank funding will boost gov’t efforts to defeat Ebola’

- Members of Parliament DECEMBER 3, 2014 Parliament has on 2nd December approved an Additional Financing Agreement of US$98 million between the World Bank and the Government of…

World Bank President arrives tomorrow

DECEMBER 2, 2014 World Bank Group president, Jim Yong Kim, will arrive in Freetown on Wednesday, December 3 to reaffirm the bank’s continued support to the government’s…

Sino-African Cooperation: the realities on the ground

Sino-African Cooperation: the realities on the ground

DECEMBER 1, 2014 By: Mohamed Fernando Conteh As China continues to strengthen bilateral ties with African countries, it is often accused of being more harmful to the…

Match-fixing row rocks DR Congo/Sierra Leone clash

…as Sheriff Suma reveals Congo FA attempt DECEMBER 1, 2014 By Sahr Morris Jr Sierra Leone football has again been hit by match-fixing allegations as the national…

CDC donates 24 vehicles, 29 bikes to aid fight Ebola

CDC donates 24 vehicles, 29 bikes to aid fight Ebola

DECEMBER 1, 2014 By Mohamed Massaquoi Recently accredited United States Ambassador to Sierra Leone, John Hoover, has handed over 24 multi-purpose vehicles and 29 motorbikes to the National…

AU takes over Makeni Treatment Centre

NOVEMBER 28, 2014 By Victoria Saffa The newly opened Ebola treatment centre in Makeni is being run by the African Union medical delegation which has deployed 11…

U.S. Embassy boosts Bo Library

NOVEMBER 28, 2014 By: Alhaji Mohamed Wusha-Conteh The Public Affairs Section of the United States Embassy in Sierra Leone has presented books of various disciplines, chairs, tables, a…

FIFA says ‘no ongoing investigations on match-fixing in Salone’

FIFA says ‘no ongoing investigations on match-fixing in Salone’

 NOVEMBER 28, 2014 By Sahr Morris Jr World football governing body, FIFA has in an exclusive interview with Concord Sports revealed that they are presently not conducting any…

Elizabeth French on verge of making cycling history

NOVEMBER 27, 2014 By Sahr Morris Jr. Former assistant coach of Sierra Leone’s female cricket team, Elizabeth ‘Baby’ French, may be on the verge of making history…

South Korea to send first medical team to Salone

NOVEMBER 27, 2014  South Korea’s Foreign Affairs Ministry said yesterday (Wednesday Nov. 26) that it will send its first team of medical workers, composed of four doctors…