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Farm for business is making momentum in Sierra Leone

BY SAHR DUMBAR MATTURI The Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Food Security working in line with the Ministry of Trade and Industry under the Rural and Private Sector Development Project…

Bill Gates foundation awards $42M sanitation grant

By Mustapha Sesay As a way of alleviating the sanitation problem in developing countries, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has announced $42 million in new sanitation grants that aim to…

More workers to go as witch hunt grows at NRA office in Sierra Leone

By Unissa Bangura  Gainfully employed staff of the National Revenue Authority (NRA) attached to the Departments of Goods and Services Tax (GST) and the Income Tax Division (ITD) have described…

US Major steps down for Mada Bio minutes before SLPP elections

By Ishmael Kindama Dumbuya Major Ismael took brave step hours to support colleague former military officer, Retired Brigadier General Mada Bio during the just concluded SLPP party delegate conference for…

Sierra Leone government vows to protect image of its soldiers

By Edward Marah  The President of the Republic of Sierra Leone and Commander-In-Chief of the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF) Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma has told officers and…

Maada Bio crowned as ‘Political Messi’ in Sierra Leone

By Abu Bakarr Kargbo   The Sierra Leone People’s Party concluded their 2011 National Delegates Conference at the Miatta Conference Hall in the early hours of Monday 1st August 2011.…

OPARDSL looking into schools and sex abuse in Sierra Leone

“I couldn’t say no,” says Humu Tavawallie, 14. “When he asked, I couldn’t say no.” Humu has been sleeping with her teacher, 37, since the end of last school year.…

Charles Maigai gives APC minus zero percent at SLPP delegate conference in Sierra Leone

Charles Maigai gives APC minus zero percent at SLPP delegate conference in Sierra Leone

The leader for the People’s Movement for Democratic Change Party (PMDC) has said in Freetown that he will only give President Ernest Bai Koroma’s government a credit for maintaining peace…

FEMALE STUDENT WINS NEW LAPTOP AT IMITT INSTITUTE IN MILE 91

Even though the landscape of gender inequality in society has seen much change across western democracies, this transformation has yet to be fully inculcated into our ethno-cultural society. In Sierra…

The Belief Concept In Sierra Leone

corrective of our conduct. This great principle was first enunciated in the Old Testament (Hab. 2:4). Then it was repeated three times in the New Testament (Rom. 1:16-17). The point…