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‘U wan buy…? U wan sell…? Salone’s first Sales/Ads website launched

  By Samuel Harding A new website, www.salonetiday.com, specifically for sales and adverts for Sierra Leone, has been launched. Salonetiday.com is a unique website where Sierra Leoneans can buy/sell different…

Shadow Mineral Company may face Le1. 25 Billiion damages and cost

…Next Tuesday set as deadline A Mining Company calling itself Shadow Minerals may soon be indicted by the Industrial Court if its owners fail to comply with the 11th Tuesday,…

Policy options and practical steps in tackling Debt Crises for developing countries

By Dr. Foday M. Kallon        076 788 967/033 241 775   A debt, whether secured or unsecured, private or public, syndicated or bilateral, or combinations of the above, is…

Political Conspiracy as SLPP boycott State Opening of Parliament

….Organized by John Benjamin and Co. Whether it was done to instill fear in the APC Government or in anticipation to protect some of their key supporters that would be…

Communication to become cheaper as Fibre Cable lands this weekend in Sierra Leone

The Ministry of Information and Communications wishes to inform the general public that Sierra Leone’s share of the 17,000 KM Africa Coast to Europe (ACE) fibre optic link will arrive…

Parliamentary Whip warns lazy Members of Parliament in Sierra Leone

Hon. Ibrahim Bundu, aka Bo School is arguably one of Sierra Leone’s most experienced current crop of APC Parliamentarians. He contested and won the 2002 Parliamentary elections under the District…

Neither Akon nor Mohammed Bangura in Sierra Leone

By Philip Neville Few days to Sierra Leone’s 49th Independence Celebration last year 2010, news about the arrival of the popular American-African (Afro) musical pop star, now rated as America’s…

US$100,000 bribe for Tribal Authorities in Paramount Chief Election

It is evidently undeniable that the proximity between the Executive Representative to the Secretary General of the United Nations, German born Mr. Michael Schulenburg and the late Dr. Salia Fawundu…

Are the Okadas the proverbial ‘Necessary evil”

Are the Okadas the proverbial ‘Necessary evil”

By: J. ALUSINE KAMARA   E-mail: jalusinekamara@yahoo.com One of my most favoured Christian songs when growing up went something like this: “One door, and only one, and yet its sides are…

Sierra Leone celebrates international year of forests through WAPFOR support

…with a theme “forests for life” By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya The importance of the forests in the international community and Sierra Leone is being recognized on a daily basis in…