20th July 2017
Sierra Leone Retains One of the Cheapest Prices for Fuel in Africa!
Even critics would not be cynical about the significance of the low cost of fuel in Sierra Leone despite the problems of the Ebola virus.
Sierra Leone's New Cabinet Ministers Break the 30% Women Barrier
By Press Release (30/03/16)
President Ernest Koroma has broken new grounds with the 30% women in cabinet. Sierra Leone is paving the way for gender empowerment.
The President Sacks 10,000 Corrupt Civil Servants for Faking Diplomas!!!
By Sammy Awami (07/05/17)
The President of Tanzania John Magufuli has sacked nearly 10,000 civil servants for having fake education certificates and diplomas.
Alie Kabba's Libyan Connection and the Formation of the RUF Rebels!
By Sahr Dagbee (22/03/16)
The Office of National Security in Sierra Leone has been warned to be wary of Alie Kabba's Libya connection in the late 1980's.
Disgraced Former Vice President Sam-Sumana Seeks ECOWAS Justice!!
By Press Release (05/11/16)
The former disgraced Vice President of Sierra Leone Sam-Sumana has gone ballistic again by seeking justice from the ECOWAS Court.
Most Educated and Uneducated Presidents Come from Africa!!
By a press release (11/05/17)
Astonishing to believe that President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe has been recorded the most educated president in the world today.
Africa: Is Changing the Constitution & Staying Longer in Power Patriotic?
By Dr. Sorie Gassama (24/03/16)
0r is it beyond term limits, a show of love for one’s country or just a way of ignoring the voice of the very people that catapulted you to power?
Gambia’s Female Goal Keeper & Star Wrestler Drown at Mediterranean Sea
By Sekou Bagoko (16/11/16)
Gambians are currently mourning the drowning of two of the nation's rising sports stars at the Mediterranean sea while en route to Italy.
Gambia President-Elect Adama Barrow Promises a Two-Term Limit
By Dimitris Chantzaras (06/12/16)
Adama Barrow, who won the election ending 22-year rule of President Yahya Jammeh, vows to introduce two-term limit, Al Jazeera says.
Why Ngugi wa Thiong'o Should have Won the Nobel Prize for Literature
By Zoe Norridge (03/11/16)
On top of his achievement as an imaginative artist, the Kenyan writer's decision to write in Gikuyu is a truly brave move deserving high reward.
Guinea Teenager: Legal Aid Secures the Discharge of Boy in Freetown
By Ranger (26/11/16)
The Legal Aid Board has secured the discharge of a 15 year old Guinean boy who was standing trial for conspiracy and shop breaking.
US, ECOWAS Condemn Jammeh's Rejection of the Election in Gambia
By Emma Farge in Dakar (10/12/16)
As ECOWAS suspends Gambia, Senegal has called for U.N. Security meeting over Yahya Jammeh's rejection of the Dec. 1 elections.