TRADE FAIR: MADE IN SIERRA LEONE?–Ponder My Thoughts

Sierra Leone Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture

 Ponder My Thoughts by: Andrew Keili TRADE FAIR: MADE IN SIERRA LEONE? The place to go these days in Freetown is the Trade fair organised by the Sierra Leone Chamber of Commerce More...

Sierra Leone:- Build a new economy

Bank notes of the Republic of Sierra Leone (file photo)

 By: Francis Ken Josiah, (ASQ Certified Six Sigma Black Belt CEO, Leones and Sense )  Countless independent observers, economists and financial analysts describe Sierra More...

“I will never condone students who spy in examinations but i will defend to the very end their right to be heard!”-Rashid Dumbuya

Rashid Dumbuya (Esq)

 By: Rashid Dumbuya* It is a cardinal principle of natural justice that an accused person or any person alleged to have committed an offence must be given an opportunity More...

Kandeh Kolleh Yumkella

Democracy and Rule of Law: The legacy of President Alhaji Ahmad Tejan Kabba

 Kandeh Kolleh Yumkella* shares his thoughts on Sierra Leone’s Peace Maker president, Alhaji Ahmed Tejan Kabba who passed away on Thursday, March 13, 2014 at the age of More...

Sierra Leone:-An Idiot’s Guide on how to lose an election

 By:-Abdulai Mansaray Speculations and ruminations about the health of our political climate have been rife recently. This has been fuelled by the current shenanigans that More...

Sierra Leonean soul star Azania ready to rock Africa Now Festival

AZANIA during a radio interview on No Questions Asked show - WBAI, 99.5 FM in New York

 By: Dennis Kabatto Some dreams do come true.  On Saturday, April 5, 2014, International soul singer Azania will realize More...

Sunderland pupils raising money for Sierra Leone trip

Pupils at St. Aidens RC school, Sunderland, in the colours of Seirra Leonne as part of a fund raising drive fore their partner school (photo:-Sunderland Echo)

 Young people at a Wearside school have launched an appeal to raise almost £40,000 for a charity trip. A More...

Iron-ore Mining in Sierra Leone Sierra Leone tax breaks put foreign investment ahead of poor, say NGOs. (FULL REPORT)

 Report claims vital public services underfunded due to failure to maximise tax revenue from overseas firms...

Large-scale diamond mining in Kono, Sierra Leone (file photo) Sierra Leone:-Horrific, Racist Mining Abuses Continue in Sierra Leone

  If Sierra Leone is known for one thing in the West, it’s the brutal depictions...

mami konneh A Female athlete from Sierra Leone goes missing in London hours after finishing marathon in 20th place.

 A professional runner from Sierra Leone has gone missing after finishing 20th in the women’s elite...

SIERRA LEONEANS MUST TAKE PRECAUTION- EBOLA VIRUS IS ON THE MOVE!

ebola in west africa

 By: Rashid Dumbuya Esq*. There has been an outbreak of the deadly disease called Ebola in neighbouring More...

Ebola virus identified as source of Guinea’s deadly haemorrhagic fever epidemic

 The Ebola virus has been identified as the source of an outbreak of haemorrhagic fever in southern Guinea, the west African nation said..

Sierra Leone’s Breast Cancer Taboo Stalls Diagnoses

 Even if women do get diagnosed in time, getting treatment is costly and can mean heading to Ghana. On World Cancer..

“I will never condone students who spy in examinations but i will defend to the very end their right to be heard!”-Rashid Dumbuya

Rashid Dumbuya (Esq)

 By: Rashid Dumbuya* It is a cardinal principle of natural justice that an accused person or any person More...

Sierra Leone:-Clean up at Law School – 59 dropped

 By: Keifa M. Jaward  After what now appears to be a thorough inquiry into allegations of exam malpractices at the Law..

Looking beyond The Sierra Leone Law School Examination Malpractice Saga

 By Rashid Dumbuya* Esq. Just recently, I heard and read a shocking public notice alleged to have been released by the..
mami konneh

A Female athlete from Sierra Leone goes missing in London hours after finishing marathon in 20th place.

 A professional runner from Sierra Leone has gone missing after finishing 20th in the women’s elite race at the London Marathon...
This giant cotton tree which dominates downtown Freetown, Sierra Leone was very important to former slaves who returned to Africa in the late 1700s and early 1800s. They had to symbolically touch the tree to know that they were truly free of slavery. Freetown was set up as a refuge for former slaves, some of whom returned there from homes in Nova Scotia in the late 1700s. — Image Credit: Frank Bucholtz/Langley Times

Visit to Sierra Leone gives a new appreciation for day-to-day services

 Opinion By: Frank Bucholtz/Langley Times (Jan 6, 2014 ) After spending five weeks in West Africa, it is certainly good to..
Emmerson Bockarie

Sierra Leone:-Emmerson’s KOKOBEH song, the TRUTH revealed.

 Sierra Leone popular music has served multiple functions. First, it has served as a source of collective memory. In this regard,..