Sierra Leone: Cuban Medical Team to Sierra Leone Meet President Julius...

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Sixteen Cuban Medical Doctors and Nurses, who are in Sierra Leone to help the country's response to the Coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, have today met...

Sierra Leone: Youth Ministry Clarifies Corruption Allegations

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Senior officials of the Ministry of Youth Affairs including the Director of Communication and Director of Livelihood have clarified issues surrounding the alleged purchase...

Sierra Leone: MOHS Commemorates World Hepatitis Day

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Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MOHS),has on the 24th of July joined the World Health Organization (WHO) and other partners to commemorate the World...

West Africa: What Travels Along the Jollof Road?

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For three months, a few colleagues and I travelled across West Africa discovering the many things that bind us together... alongside Jollof Rice. Since before...

Sierra Leone: U.S. Funds UNODC to Combat Organised Crime

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The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) has provided $425,000 contribution to the United Nations Office on...

Sierra Leone: “Great Power Comes With Great Responsibility”

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-SLAJ prexy reminds journalists "Freedom comes with great power and great power comes with great responsibility. By repealing Part 5 of the POA 1965 you...

Sierra Leone: ACC Engages NaCSA On Corruption Control Measures

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The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) uses multi-pronged approach to tackle all forms of corruption. Reaching out to diverse pillars of integrity is amongst the prominent...

Sierra Leone: ‘MRCG Welcomes the Repeal of the Criminal Libel Law’

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Freetown, 24th July 2020: The Media Reform Coordinating Group (MRCG) welcomes Parliament's unanimous approval to repeal the criminal and seditious libel laws in Part...

Sierra Leone: Why Everyone Is Not Celebrating the New Media Law

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Freetown — Last week, Sierra Leone's parliament voted to repeal the country's 55-year-old libel law, which criminalised the publication of information that was deemed...

Sierra Leone: The Oswald Hanciles Column

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"The World Bank has again loaned the (SLPP) government led by (Retired Brigadier Maada Bio, President)... $50million... The loan has been asked for by...
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