By Patricia Koroma As Sierra Leone continues to suffer from the deadly Ebola plague, the mining industry has recorded enormous negative consequences from the outbreak. Timis Mining Corporation, being one of the biggest private sector investors in the country, has… Read More ›
Two lawyers are reported to have been arrested today March 20, 2015 by police Francis M. Gbaya Esq. of Brewah & Co Chambers was said to have been arrested and dragged to the Central Police Station. Sources said they were… Read More ›
Aminata Manneh, a gender activist and 3rd Year student at the University of The Gambia, also an intern at the American Corner, Banjul, is reported to have been abducted after she was allegedly contacted by National security agents on anonymous… Read More ›
By ABDUL KARIM HABIB Prevailing challenges facing the Free Health Care implementation nationwide are being complicated with high rate of teenage pregnancy and poor service delivery in most rural sections in the provinces. In Futapejeh community health center, Pujehun District,… Read More ›
Sierra Leone’s envoy to the People’s Republic of China, His Excellency Victor Bockarie Foh, has been appointed the Vice President of the Republic of Sierra Leone. The announcement was made today Thursday 19th March, 2015 at State House. The Sierra… Read More ›
“Over the past seven months, partnerships have been crucial in fighting this devastating outbreak. WFP has worked with our partners to respond to communities’ most basic needs — making sure food is reaching everywhere that the Ebola virus has hit.