BY MAX THABISO EDKINS To be honest, I have never really been a fan of motorsport racing, but Formula E is something different. Regular sports car racing has always felt too loud, too polluting and a bit pointless, but electric car racing is… Read More ›
Her husband, who is presently receiving treatment at a hospital in Makeni sustained severe burns from the fire which had rapidly taken over the house.
At nearly 3:00am on 14 February, a truck accident occurred, leaving 19 people dead and 49 people injured near Bani Waleed in Libya. The migrants on board reported that 180 people were crammed into the truck’s cargo containers. They also said that… Read More ›
Legal Access through Women Yearning for Equality Rights and Social Justice (L.A.W.Y.E.R.S) mark its 21st anniversary this Valentine’s Day, the 14th of February 2018. It remains Sierra Leone’s foremost organization of female lawyers battling on to protect and promote the rights of the most vulnerable women and girls in Sierra Leone.
Amid a global rise in hunger and poverty on back of the impacts of climate change and conflict, the United Nations rural development agency on Tuesday announced an ambitious target to generate resources to fund loans and grants to enable… Read More ›
Liberia’s new government should take prompt steps to pave the way for fair investigation and prosecution of serious past crimes committed during Liberia’s brutal civil wars, Human Rights Watch said in a letter to President George Weah released today. Weah… Read More ›
Some 300 child soldiers, including 87 girls, were formally released by armed groups in South Sudan, the United Nations mission in the country reported on Wednesday, calling on all stakeholders to support the young people on the journey back to… Read More ›