Mabang Ferry Accident Should be an Eye Opener for Health and Safety in Sierra Leone!
By Alpha Ben Mansaray, Guest Editor (14/01/19)
I am still grieving with pain. Tears flooded my eyes when I arrived at 5pm at Mabang where the fatal Ferry accident took place on 14 December 2018.
No Commission of Inquiry can Function in Sierra Leone without Rules of Evidence!!
By Abdul Malik Bangura, Guest Editor (07/01/19)
As a journalist in Sierra Leone, I have chosen to join the ongoing debate along with my below sighted points on the SLPP Commission of Inquiry.
SLPP Govt Must Remember 'Bread and Butter Issues are Paramount for the Poor Majority'
By Ranger (31/12/18)
Proverbially, it is said that an empty bag cannot stand. Politically, late Reggae star Bob Marley lyrics that a hungry man is an angry man.
Educating Sierra Leoneans on what Happens when Vacancy for Chief Justice Occurs!
By Dr. Sylvia O. Blyden, Guest Editor (25/12/18)
My research piece meant to educate Sierra Leoneans on what happens when there is a vacancy in the Judiciary caused by the resignation of a Chief Justice.
Question Marks Over Finance Minister JJ Saffa’s Bread and Butter Issues!
By Ranger, Guest Editor (21/12/18)
Finance Minister Jacob Jusu Saffa was grilled recently by Radio Democracy ‘Good Morning Salone’ on solving the country’s bread and butter issues.
SLPP New Direction Must Do More to Fulfil the World Bank Governance Indicators!
By Ranger, Guest Editor (30/11/18)
The World Bank Governance Indicators define government effectiveness as the quality of public services and the degree of political independence etc.