Editorial

Sierra Leone’s most popular radio presenter – David Tam Baryoh speaks

Jonathan Mahdi Kamara Sierra Leone Telegraph: 2 December 2015 The court case involving the proprietor of the citizen radio in Sierra Leone – Dr. David Tam-Baryoh, who is also the presenter of the good governance radio program popularly known as MONOLOGUE, and the country’s media monitoring institution – the Independent [Read More]

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Coming Soon – Dr. David Tam-Baryoh in his own defence

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 2 December 2015 After all the persistent harassment, intimidation and violation of civil liberty meted out to Dr. David Tam-Baryoh – the presenter of the popular Monologue radio programme in the last few years, tonight we bring you his explanation of events that led to the banning [Read More]

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The tectonic plates are shifting within Sierra Leone’s main opposition SLPP

Alan Luke – KKY Movement (UK&I) Communications Team Sierra Leone Telegraph: 2 December 2015 Political parties usually undergo a period of soul searching, after a bruising encounter with the electorate. And the SLPP’s dismal showing in a swathe of bye-elections on the 14th of November, 2015, has triggered such introspection. [Read More]

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Join me on the journey home to Sierra Leone

Alie kabba – Sierra Leone presidential aspirant 2018 Sierra Leone Telegraph: 1 November 2015 Fellow Compatriots – I am a candidate for SLPP flagbearer and President of Sierra Leone, at a time in our nation’s history when faith in government is broken, and the suffocating stench of corruption permeates our national [Read More]

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Tears of Fourah Bay College – the University of Sierra Leone

Dr. Denis M Sandy Sierra Leone Telegraph: 1 December 2015 “The great Fourah Bay College, citadel of learning, Athens of West Africa and centre of academic excellence, beacon of light of education in Africa, pride of Sierra Leone , etc, …” This was how Fourah Bay College (FBC) was referred [Read More]

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Villagers in Sierra Leone are suing iron ore mining company African minerals

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 1 December 2015 African Minerals Ltd., Sierra Leone’s largest mining company is in hot water again. Owned by the Chinese and regarded by the government as its crown jewel, the company is under tremendous pressure as iron ore production and export sales struggle to recover. The last [Read More]