Salone News

Sierra Leonean success in Maastricht

By Our Correspondent. A lecture room with a capacity of 150 seats at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands was the scene of a joyous (...)

| July 2007 | 416 views

Pre-election Delegates in Town

By Jonathan Leigh, Freetown. The National Democratic Institute (NDI) yesterday in a press conference at Bintumani Hotel in Freetown announced the (...)

| July 2007 | 247 views

Three Political Parties Declare Assets

By Jonathan Leigh. Of the seven political parties contesting the Presidential and Parliamentary elections, only three have fulfilled the Political (...)

| July 2007 | 350 views

Berewa Launches SLPP Manifesto

By Jonathan Leigh. Vice-President and SLPP Presidential flag bearer, Solomon Berewa(photo) yesterday unveiled the SLPP plans and programmes to the next (...)

| July 2007 | 340 views

Paramount Chiefs Prepare for Election Campaign

In efforts to clarify the role of the Paramount Chiefs in the electoral process, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Fatima Institute (...)

| July 2007 | 265 views

PMDC Candidate Disqualified In Port Loko

By Jonathan Leigh. The National Electoral Commission will today on Tuesday officially declare the start of elections campaigning and on the eve of the (...)

| July 2007 | 363 views

APC master-stroke will please Kono voters

Commentary. By Sorie Sudan Sesay, Freetown. The strategy behind the appointment of a Kono running rate for the All People’s Congress (APC), ahead of (...)

| July 2007 | 294 views

SLAJ releases dates for Presidential Debates

By Sorie Sudan Sesay, Freetown. The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ), this evening released the dates for both the Presidential and (...)

| July 2007 | 306 views

Another Merger: RUFP declares for APC

By Sorie Sudan Sesay, Freetown. Revolutionary United Front Party (RUFP) has declared its support for the All People’s Congress Party (APC), barely five (...)

| July 2007 | 359 views

Tigo Breaks New Ground With Internet Services

By Sorie Sudan Sesay, Freetown. With the competition getting stronger in the communication world, one of Sierra Leone leading mobile networks, TIGO, is (...)

| July 2007 | 220 views