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Sylvia Blyden Has Always Been Right

By Ekudayo Scott, Southampton, Britain. I have been following the activities of the SLPP since the declaration of the 19 aspirants for the flagbearership unto the voting of Brigadier Julius…

Yes, the same river will disrobe the SLPP again

The article written by Kelfala Kallon on the pro-SLPP website (www.thenewpeople.com) entitled “Will the Same River Disrobe Us Again?”  is a very thoughtful and brilliant piece. I must commend the…

Translating Growth into Poverty Reduction

Many countries experienced unprecedented economic growth and a significant reduction of poverty over the past decades. With an average yearly growth rate of 10 percent, China was able to cut…

Over 1000 Pupils benefit from Learning Materials in Mile 91

By Mustapha Sesay As part of their effort to boost education in the country, , recently distributed school learning materials to one thousand seven hundred and twenty nine pupils in…

Minister of Health launches “WE PIKIN NETWORK”

BY SAHR DUMBAR MATTURI In celebration of the World Breastfeeding Week with the theme “talk to me”, the National launching of the “WE PIKIN NETWORK” was held on the 4th…

Works Minister says Charles Margai is living in a dream world

By Edward Marah The Leader of the Peoples Movement of Democratic Change (PMDC) Mr. Charles Francis Margai is becoming a political laughing stock every passing day. Anytime he opens his…

Sierra Leone Female Cricket Team sets for Tanzania U-19 Championships

A team of 14 players and two officials from the Sierra Leone Cricket Association Female team will depart the shores of the country to honour the Under-19 Cricket World Cup…

High Court frees former Deputy Chief Immigration Officer over passport allegations

  By Unissa Bangura It has taken twelve adjournments since the five civil servants commenced their trial at the High Court before Justice Abdulai Sheik Fofanah on a single charge…

Anti Corruption warns Metropolitan Police to stop corruption or face consequences

In response to public concerns on corruption related practices, the Regional Manager of Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) north has cautioned officers of the Metropolitan Police and Waste Management Division of the…

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…