30 journalists off to China

Some 30 journalists, the majority of whom are members of the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ), will leave Sierra Leone today for China to take part in a three week training progamme at the Beijing Research and Training Institute of the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television. The programme is expected […]

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River Rokel – Rural Tourism and Tours

The Rural area holds the most attractive spots for relaxations and some of the most beautiful sandy shores in west Africa. You visited Sierra leone and you did not make it to the peninsula you’v missed something that a mountainous woody, sandy and an ocean present to visitors. And to the other side of the […]

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Jui theatre ready for operations – Nurse Amy

Zhang Xiao, who’s called Amy, said, “The Jui Hospital theatre was not functioning; it was when I arrived, I set up the theatre to start operations”. She said she is a theatre nurse with decades of experience. “My job has been to prepare the theatre for the doctors to do operations. I must be able […]

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POW school benefit from scholarship award

Everyone has the right to education. The government and civil society organizations in Sierra Leone recognise this, but a huge number of children are still out of school. The Seekers Organisation, on Thursday, awarded scholarships to 35 pupils at the Prince of Wales School in Kingtom. The donation is worth over Le10 million and was […]

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Community Mobilization and Empowerment on the use of clean and safe water

As a way of finding solution in ensuring people within the rural communities get access to clean and safe drinking water, the Coalition for Social Mobilization (CSM) have recently launched the Community Mobilization and Empowerment-under the Rural Water Supply and Sanitation project. This was done in commemoration of the International World Water Day with support […]

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Sierra Leone ‘Divine Diamond’ on the Market

By Kemo Cham in Freetown One of the world's largest diamond discovered in Sierra Leone has been put up for sale, the government announced. The 709 carat uncut diamond found by an evangelic pastor earlier this month, is being sold by international tender, a public notice on Saturday indicates. The Ministry of Mines and Mineral […]

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