22nd April 2018
Sierra Leone Brewery Limited Expands to Meet Quality Products
By Press Release (10/02/17)
The Sierra Leone Brewery Limited has recently announced major steps in the capacity and expansion plans for their brewery in Freetown.
China and SLRA Sign Contract for the Pendembu and Kailahun Highway
By State House Press (08/02/17)
The Sierra Leone Minister of Works has briefed President Ernest Bai Koroma about the contractual agreement between China and SLRA.
Sylvia Blyden Faces Death Threat from Thugs as Police Probe CFN Saga
By Press Release (08/02/17)
Thugs From The Jungle (TFTJ) group has vowed to kill Sierra Leone Minister of Social Welfare, Gender & Children's Affairs Dr. Sylvia Blyden.
“PPRC is the Cause of the SLPP Political Saga,” PDP Aspirant Says
By David Johnson (08/02/17)
The Political Party Registration Commission PPRC has been accused of fermenting more trouble for the main opposition party the SLPP.
Reasons Why the SLPP Party is Not Yet Ready to Rule Sierra Leone!!
By Kabs Kanu (06/02/17)
Main opposition the Sierra Leone Peoples Party SLPP is not ready to rule because the SLPP ceased to be a political party years ago.
Cameroon Triumph Over Egypt Caps Inspiring Nations Cup Tourney 2017
By Mark Gleeson (06/02/17)
The African Nations Cup in Gabon will be remembered for delivering an inspiring success story culminating with Cameroon's brilliance.
African First Ladies Attend 'Traditional Reproductive Health' Meet in Mali
By Kojo Kwafo (06/02/17)
First Lady Sia Nyama Koroma was among African First Ladies who attended the 'Positive Traditional Reproductive Health' scheme in Mali.
Sierra Leone and Morocco Strike Major Investments and Trade Deals
By State House Release (04/02/17)
President Ernest Koroma has recently welcomed a high powered investment and trade delegation from Morocco in the capital Freetown.
Minister of Political Affairs Presents 100-Day-Report to President Koroma
By Bockarie Kukuku Musa (04/02/17)
The Minister of Political and Public Affairs Nanette Thomas has presented her 100 days status report to President Ernest Bai Koroma.