Salone News

To the Bailor Family & all Old Academicians

By former ambassador John Leigh. I am traveling deep inside Nigeria when I received the sad news about the passing on of Mr. Max Bailor, former AA (...)

| December 2006 | 1346 views

Sierra Leone: CDF Defence Rests It’s Case

Commentary By Alfred Munda SamForay, CDF Defence Fund & Sierra Leone Working Group. 30 November, 2006 “Hinga Norman is not a war criminal; (...)

| November 2006 | 480 views

Sierra Leone Mourns Max Bailor

The passing away yesterday morning of former Albert Academy principal Max Bailor has sent shock waves through hundreds of thousands of Sierra Leoneans at (...)

by Gibril Koroma | November 2006 | 1590 views

Prince Charles Visits Sierra Leone

By Abu B. Shaw, Vanguard London Bureau Chief ‘Welcome to Hell’ is the front page story of the EXCLUSIVE, a Sierra Leone newspaper dated November 27 welcomin

| November 2006 | 724 views

EC Commends Vanguard Contributors

The European Commission has today commended two of the contributors of this newspaper, the Patriotic Vanguard.The two contributors are John Musa, a legal (...)

by Gibril Koroma | November 2006 | 760 views

Sierra Leone Police: Heads May Soon Roll.

By Our Correspondent. Government officials and many members of the public in Freetown and other parts of the country are living in fear following the (...)

| November 2006 | 664 views

Sierra Leone: Soccer Maestro Invests

By Abu B. Shaw, Vanguard London Bureau Chief The print and electronic media in Sierra Leone and other sectors have got a new progressive partner in the (...)

| November 2006 | 2353 views

Massive Corruption at Health Ministry

By Alpha Jalloh in Freetown and Gibril Koroma in Canada. According to our Freetown correspondent Alpha Rashid Jalloh, a recent report released by by (...)

| November 2006 | 559 views

Press Release on Kamajors

KAMAJORS RELEASED FROM PARTY OBLIGATION FOR PUBLIC RELEASE, 11 NOVEMBER, 2006 This is to inform members of the Kamajor Movement and the public (...)

| November 2006 | 432 views

Supreme Court Rules on Biriwa Crisis

In what may be regarded as a severe blow to many Limba people in and out of Sierra Leone, the Supreme Court of Sierra Leone has recently delivered its (...)

| November 2006 | 778 views