Economy & Business

President Bio holidaying in luxurious Kenyan safari resort

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 19 July 2019: The ‘earth shattering’ mystery surrounding president Bio’s disappearance has now been unravelled, despite efforts by State House to keep his whereabouts unnecessarily and unprofessionally secret. The Kenyan government yesterday reported that president Bio is in the country, where he is enjoying a luxurious safari [Read More]

Economy & Business

Sierra Leone makes strong case for implementation of SDGs at the UN

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 17 July 2019: Sierra Leone has joined several other nations to present a 2nd Voluntary National Review Report on the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), at the on-going High-Level Political Forum 2019 at the United Nations General Assembly. Speaking on behalf of stakeholders in government, [Read More]

Education and Health

Graduate Women International celebrates 100 years

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 16 July 2019 Graduate Women International (GWI) is celebrating its centenary in Geneva, Switzerland, with a conference taking place on July 24-28, 2019, at the University of Geneva. Over 400 women from across the globe will gather to hear speakers such as Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela, Human Rights Activist [Read More]

Politics

Give back to Caesar what is Caesar’s – and to the people what is the people’s

Abdulai Mansaray: Sierra Leone Telegraph: 13 July 2019: Social media has been inundated with comments from readers, since news broke concerning President Bio’s decision to pay out millions of dollars to the former President, Dr Ernest Bai Koroma and senior government officials. The news has been greeted with consternation and [Read More]

Politics

APC party leadership pays respects to the Yumkella family

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 13 July 2019: Sierra Leone’s former President Ernest Bai Koroma and the deputy Chairman of the All Peoples Congress (APC) Party – Minkailu Mansaray, yesterday Friday, 12 July, visited the family home of Dr. Kandeh Yumkella at Juba Hill in Freetown to express their personal and party’s [Read More]