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Agriculture how far are we?

By Abraham Karl Samura Since independence, the agricultural sector has been a dominant economic sector in Sierra Leone. Accounting for about 80% of employment in the country, successive governments have…

Garbage and Malaria, two bedfellows?

By Alinah O. Bockarie “If proper measures are not taken, the Sierra Leonean population would dwindle”. “Hah! Is this some kind of joke or what? What makes you say such…

SLBC DIRECTORS MAY BE SACKED…UN Staff Demands

“My position on the issue of the Sierra Leone Broadcasting Cooperation(SLBC) is very clear and unambiguous, which I have made known to the United Nations  that it is not the…

Lands and Environment Ministry re-demarcates Sugar Loaf Community but plots 107, 111A and 111B falls within the catchment areas

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya After pressure from the Sierra Leone Environmental Journalists Association (SLEJA) for the present Minister of Lands Country Planning and the Environment, Momodu Alieu Pat-Sowe to put…

THREE INDICTMENTS ISSUED ON SLRTA, 4HIM and Lands Ministry

PUBLIC EDUCATION AND EXTERNAL OUTREACH DEPARTMENT PRESS RELEASE   THREE INDICTMENTS ISSUED ON SLRTA, 4HIM and Lands Ministry The Anti-Corruption Commission on the 15th May 2012 filed in the High…

Government and people look at Sorious’ African Investigates from different spectrums in Sierra Leone

The Government of Sierra Leone sees an opportunity in the Aljazeera-backed Sorious’ Africa Investigates documentary to “institute a detailed investigation of the several issues raised that suggest a serious breach…

The “power of love” or the “love of power?”

The “power of love” or the “love of power?”

By Queen Love As a survivor and a human right advocate on abusive issues, I know for sure that the universe did not create itself and nobody showed up here…

Tribute to a journalism colleaque: the late Samuel Joseph Ebenezer Metzger

BY BERNADETTE COLE Several journalists had always wanted to sit with Sam Metzger in the twilight of his life to record his memoirs for posterity. One of them, Winston Ojukutu-Macauley…

Exploring the community level impact of paralegals in rural Sierra Leone

By Sonkita Conteh Esq. Introduction A previous article by the author explored the work and impact of community-based paralegals in the lives of ordinary people in rural areas, through the…