In Focus (Sierra Leone):-Doctors and Nurses Risk Everything to Fight Ebola in West Africa

Nursing students in Freetown, Sierra Leone, wait to take their final qualifying exams so they can join the fight against Ebola.

 Foreign and local caregivers are essential to stopping the virus’s deadly spread (National-Geographic-AUGUST 29, 2014): In two Land Rovers, one fitted out as an ambulance, More...

Ebola’s heavy toll on study authors in Sierra Leone

The five co-authors of a Science study who contracted Ebola and died.

 The ongoing Ebola virus disease outbreak is taking an appalling toll on health workers in West Africa. More than 240 have been infected and more than 120 have died. At More...

Ebola kills Sierra Leone researchers before their study on outbreak is published

Five of 50 co-authors of a new study on the 2014 Ebola outbreak died before the work was published Thursday

 All five of the deceased co-authors worked at a Sierra Leone hospital. The study, led by a team at Harvard University, found that Ebola has mutated over the course of the More...

Dr. Richard Konteh (file photo)

Sierra Leone:Press Release:.. Chief Of Staff Dr. Richard Konteh sacked

 PRESS RELEASE IT HAS COME TO THE ATTENTION OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT THAT DR. RICHARD KONTEH, CHIEF OF STAFF IN THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT WAS NOT OPEN AND TRANSPARENT More...

Did Mohamed Kamaraimba Mansaray Just Become a Second Class Citizen?

 By: Sheku Sheriff* Imagine a young Sierra Leonean living abroad, passionate about the problems in his country and believing he has all it takes to jump into his country’s More...

Did Mohamed Kamaraimba Mansaray Just Become a Second Class Citizen?

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 By: Sheku Sheriff* Imagine a young Sierra Leonean living abroad, passionate about the problems in his country and believing 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 More...

africaself sufficient Africa’s Development: Fallacy of Self-Sufficiency (PART 2)

 OPINIONS & ANALYSIS OPINION By: Dr. Olu Fosan* BUT caring about the poor also requires caring...

nig1 Africa’s Development: Fallacy of Self-Sufficiency (PART 1)

 OPINIONS & ANALYSIS OPINION By: Dr.Olu Fasan* DR. KINGSLEY Chiedu Moghalu, Deputy Governor of the Central...

africa1 Africa: Eliminating Poverty in Africa – an Appeal for More Realistic Targets

 OPINIONS & ANALYSIS ANALYSIS By: Liesl Louw-Vaudran (Consultant, Institute for Security Studies) When Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, the...

In Focus (Sierra Leone):-Doctors and Nurses Risk Everything to Fight Ebola in West Africa

Nursing students in Freetown, Sierra Leone, wait to take their final qualifying exams so they can join the fight against Ebola.

 Foreign and local caregivers are essential to stopping the virus’s deadly spread (National-Geographic-AUGUST More...

Ebola’s heavy toll on study authors in Sierra Leone

 The ongoing Ebola virus disease outbreak is taking an appalling toll on health workers in West Africa. More than 240 have been infected..

Ebola kills Sierra Leone researchers before their study on outbreak is published

 All five of the deceased co-authors worked at a Sierra Leone hospital. The study, led by a team at Harvard University,..

Research Projects at KING’S SIERRA LEONE PARTNERSHIP

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   Research Projects   Research is a critical component of KSLP and we believe that both 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

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

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..
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Who Really Runs FIFA; the Sponsors or a Governing Body?

 By: Abdulai  Mansaray The world of football was shocked to see Luis Alberto Suarez Diaz bite his fellow professional, Italy’s Giorgio..
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..
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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,..