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MP’S TO CRUMBLE DAUDA’S PASSPORT DEAL: Unreasonably, unrealistically unacceptable

The debate in the House of Parliament by both the Opposition and Members of the Ruling Government will commence today and probably end by the close of business with the…

New Africa Integrity Indicators Are Out!

By Hazel Feigenblatt, Managing Director of Research For the past three years, Global Integrity and our network of more than 200 African researchers and reviewers have been working hard on…

Questions we need to ask about what would be the second largest rubber plantation in Africa—

By Sonkita Conteh, Director, Namati In early August this year, the Chinese Foreign Minister visited Sierra Leone on a tour of the three “most Ebola affected” nations. A release from…

THE NATIONAL PRIVATIZATION COMMISSION NEEDS AN OVERHAUL

By: Winstanley R Bankole Johnson It is the presumed institutional integrity of a few Broadcasting Houses that elicits our occasional inputs, as we comply with their presenters’ requests to us…

Japan Government donates to Fight against Ebola

By Mustapha Sesay In the fight against the Ebola Virus in the country, the Government of Japan through its Embassy in Sierra Leone has on Thursday, 30th July 2015 handed…

NOT GUILTY: Seven Years in Legal Bondage

NOT GUILTY: Seven Years in Legal Bondage

For seven years, 840 days a popular sitting Magistrate named Adrian Fischer found himself in a legal bondage. He was accused of corruption by the Anti Corruption Commission under the…

STATE OF THE MEDIA REPORT IN SIERRA LEONE – 2014 AN OUTSIDER’S INDEPENDENT VIEW OF THE MEDIA IN SIERRA LEONE

STATE OF THE MEDIA REPORT IN SIERRA LEONE – 2014  AN OUTSIDER’S INDEPENDENT VIEW OF THE MEDIA IN SIERRA LEONE

By: Winstanley R. Bankole. Johnson (REPRODUCED ON AUTHORITY FROM THE MEDIA REFORM CO-ORDINATING GROUP (MRCG) SIERRA LEONE)   Let me express my gratitude to the editorial Board of the Media…

Seven Years in Legal chains: Freedom at Last

Seven Years in Legal chains: Freedom at Last

Adrian Fisher's conviction for corruption quashed by Appeals Court. Judge says "using two laws to indict the appellant was not just an abuse of process, but unjust and against fair…

CORRUPTION, MISMANAGEMENT AND FRAUD TAKE OVER OPEN GOVT. OFFICE

…Civil Society demands investigations In a period of five years of its operation as the Government pacifier that should collaborate with Civil Society Groups in the Country to bring Governance…

A BALANCE JUDGMENT WORTH EMULATING

By Philip Neville A couple of days back, Hon .Justice Allan Halloway delivered a Judgment that has been negatively perceived by a lone mind to be partial and not achieving…