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Standards Bureau celebrates World Standards Day

By  SAHR DUMBAR MATTURI  The West Africa Quality programme funded by the European Union and implemented by UNIDO on behalf of the  ECOWAS and UEMOA commission in collaboration with Sierra…

Lawyer Jenkins Johnston May Crumble Shadow Mineral company

…FOR DAMAGES, BREACH AND NOPAYMENT OF SALARY   Shadow Minerals, a Mining Company operating in the Kono District that is notorious for maltreating Sierra Leoneans and dodging the payment of Mining…

Lover-boy Police in Land grabbing and intimidates Villagers With Police Presence

The Inspector General of Police Mr. Francis Munu has stated that Police Officers under his command have no business in land transaction or the acquisition of land illegally. The Inspector…

As world’s Population Nears Seven Billion momentum on Family Planning Builds Ahead of Historic Dakar Meeting

will convene nearly 2,000 policymakers, scientists, and advocates in Senegal on November 29 to December 2. The world’s population is set to hit seven billion this month, a major milestone…

Ambassador Bangali “Spit fire” on Justice Koroma and shift support to Ugandan

  Plans to usurp the right of Justice Abdul C. Koroma was a serving judge at the International Court of Justice(ICJ), with an opportunity for another term, but it would…

Diplomatic Syndicate exposed in England as 33 Portland Place turns 100-bedroom Hotel

Whether there was permission to sell or not to sell has turned out to be a diplomatic syndicate that has been exposed, not only for Sierra Leoneans in the United…

Bomb Blast meets Yokie in court today for allege Arson, wounding, conspiracy & riotous conduct

Two individuals with unenviable names and character will meet face to face today at the Magistrate Court Number 2, presided over by Mr. J.O Wellington. These two individuals are Hon.…

Salone ranked 9th out of 16 Countries in West Africa

The 2011 Ibrahim Index of African Governance shows that balance, equity and inclusiveness are key to governance quality across the continent Dakar, Johannesburg, London, Nairobi: The 2011 Ibrahim Index of…

The death penalty and the law

By Ian Hughes,British High Commissioner, Freetown “The burning of the house of an offender is not permissible punishment for arson. The rape of the offender is not permissible punishment for…

ROBBERY WITH AGGRAVATION: “People’s Honorable looses Le152 million Leone

By Unissa Bangura A popular socialite named “The People’s Honourable” should have been dead by now if he was not a lucky man to escape untimely death. Many citizens of…