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News from February 2012

SALWACO takes Contractors to Kabala Water Supply project site

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The Ministry of Energy and Water Resources through the Sierra Leone Water Company (SALWACO) has received funding from the (Islamic Development Bank) and BADEA for the rehabilitation of the Kabala Water Supply scheme to meet the increased demand for pipe born water by residents.  (Photo: Cross-section of bidding contractors, SALWACO staff and Kabala Council officials […]

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Getting Somalia back on its feet

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Yesterday Britain hosted a major international conference on Somalia, attended by heads of government and senior representatives from more than 50 countries and organisations, including UN Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon, the AU Secretary General Jean Ping and a large delegation of Somali leaders. Together we agreed that the time was right to work on a […]

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‘Big Brother Africa’ finally hits Sierra Leone

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New entrants into the Big Brother Africa show Sierra Leone and Liberia, are anxiously waiting to tune in to the continental reality contest.  (Photo: Nigeria’s Uti, winner of M-Net’s Big Brother All Stars edition in 2010) Joining the show at at a time when the M-Net series, which airs on DStv, has introduced a $300,000 […]

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Sailors conduct environmental workshop in Freetown as part of APS

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FREETOWN, Sierra Leone – Representatives from U.S. Naval Forces Africa, Maritime Civil Affairs and Security Training Command, Naval Sea Systems Command, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency arrived in Freetown, Sierra Leone, to conduct an environmental workshop in support of Africa Partnership Station 2012, Feb. 20.   (Photo: Rear Adm. Kenneth “K.J.” Norton, U.S. Naval […]

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Democracy by force?

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Having read a nice book by Dr. Abass Bundu with the title “Democracy By Force”, one would have thought, this nice author would have been a custodian of Peace and Conflict Consultant in places like Afghanistan, Iraq and even Nigeria where evil seems to be winning the war over good. But alas, politics has a […]

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JB Dauda, others recommend elections in Maldvies

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Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group (CMAG) yesterday recommended that general elections in the Island of Maldvies be held later this year. The recommendation was made during an extra-ordinary session of the Commonwealth ministers which took place at the Commonwealth Secretariat, Malboro House, South West London. The session in which Sierra Leone was represented by Joseph B […]

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Sierra Leone joins Grenada in moment of grief

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As citizens of Grenada mourn the death of their former Prime Minister George Brizan, Head of Chancery, who also doubled as Acting Head of Mission, Sierra Leone Embassy in the People’s Republic of China, the death of the late man is a moment of grief not only for his country, but for member states of […]

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ACC talks to Rogbaneh police personnel at Makeni Division

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The Anti-Corruption Commission in demonstrating its robust posture on the fight against corruption in Sierra Leone, on Friday 17th February 2012 thoroughly sensitized officers and the rank and file of the Rogbaneh Police Station in Makeni.  (Photo: Cross section of officers listening to ACC staff) Speaking at the customized meeting, the Bombali District Coordinator Raymond […]

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Airtel partners with Girl Guides to keep the environment clean

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On Monday at the Airtel Headquarters’ office in Wilberforce, the Sierra Leone Girl Guides and Rangers from the Saint Joseph’s Secondary School and Freetown Secondary School for Girls received Airtel branded T-Shirts for their participation in ‘World Thinking Day’ celebration.   The theme for this celebration ‘ We can save our planet’ was to raise […]

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