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Harnessing the power of water – Upholding human rights and dignity through sanitation

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 20 July 2018: Shamiso Kumbirai, a young engineer, is making a huge impact increasing awareness of the plight of lack of sanitation in communities. “In Grade 10 I was exposed to civil engineering. I loved the feeling of being onsite, but became keenly aware of the need [Read More]

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Sierra Leone appoints new diplomats for overseas mission

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 20 July 2018: As is now customary in Sierra Leone’s politics, the newly elected president Julius Maada Bio has dismissed the country’s Ambassadors, High Commissioners and diplomatic staff appointed by the former president Koroma, to be replaced by loyalists, activists and supporters of his ruling SLPP party. [Read More]

Economy & Business

Sierra Leone government removal of fuel subsidy – why it had to happen

Rodney Michael: Sierra Leone Telegraph: 19 July 2018: It is understandable why many are disappointed and frustrated by the government’s decision to lift fuel subsidy. Of course, it is going to make life a bit harder, and that is an indisputable fact. But the truth, the whole truth and nothing [Read More]

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Smart grids to play key role in Africa’s transition to sustainable energy – says GE

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 18 July 2018: As Africa faces emerging opportunities to help deliver efficient, affordable and reliable electricity to consumers, GE Power’s Grid Solutions business, today unveiled a whitepaper on the “Digitization of Energy Transmission & Distribution in Africa.” The paper explores the opportunities and challenges faced in Sub-Saharan Africa [Read More]

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Sierra Leone electricity revenue mobilization gone belly up

Critical Thinking: Sierra Leone Telegraph: 18 July 2018: There must be a difference between former electricity minister Henry Macauley’s administration under the APC and Kanja Sesay’s leadership under the New Direction. But it doesn’t seem so. Is Minister Kanja Sesay an accomplice to revenue sabotage? Take a look at the picture [Read More]

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President Bio’s Governance Transition Report – an opportunity for real change

Muktar Usman: Sierra Leone Telegraph: 18 July 2018: On April 6, 2018, just two days after his swearing in, President Julius Maada Bio followed in the footsteps of his predecessor and established a Governance Transition Team (GTT) with a four-pronged mandate to “serve as focal point for the interface with [Read More]

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Free education will be actualised under the New Direction – teachers union tells President Bio

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 17 July 2018: Last Friday 13 July, the Sierra Leone Teachers’ Union (SLTU), held a meeting at State House with  President Julius Maada Bio to endorse his government’s free education policy. President of the SLTU – Mohamed Sallieu Bangura, expressed hope in the success of the new [Read More]

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Mayor of Freetown calls on residents of the capital to pay their taxes

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 17 July 2018: The Mayor of Freetown – Mrs Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr yesterday went to State House to present the City Council’s newly designed local tax receipt to president Julius Maada Bio for endorsement. Presenting the newly designed receipt, the mayor called on all residents of Freetown to [Read More]

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Irish ambassador discusses with Sierra Leone minister of foreign affairs Alie Kabba

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 17 July 2018: Yesterday, 16 July, 2018, the Ambassador of Ireland resident in Sierra Leone – Catherine Campbell met with the country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation – Alie Kabba at his Tower Hill office in Freetown. Ambassador Catherine Campbell said that her visit is  [Read More]

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Presidential rebuke for Sierra Leone’s ministers and public officials breaking traffic rules

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 17 July 2018: Sierra Leone is among the countries in West Africa with the highest road traffic accidents. Every month at least six people die on the country’s roads. The heavy cost of traffic congestion – caused by poorly and illegally parked vehicles, motorists habitually driving in [Read More]

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President Bio’s Governance Transition Report – an opportunity for real change

Muktar Usman: Sierra Leone Telegraph: 18 July 2018: On April 6, 2018, just two days after his swearing in, President Julius Maada Bio followed in the footsteps of his predecessor and established a Governance Transition Team (GTT) with a four-pronged mandate to “serve as focal point for the interface with [Read More]

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Free education will be actualised under the New Direction – teachers union tells President Bio

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 17 July 2018: Last Friday 13 July, the Sierra Leone Teachers’ Union (SLTU), held a meeting at State House with  President Julius Maada Bio to endorse his government’s free education policy. President of the SLTU – Mohamed Sallieu Bangura, expressed hope in the success of the new [Read More]

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