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The significance of the Kono vote

Commentary By Sahr B. Marah. Almost on the heels of the upcoming presidential run-off election scheduled for September 8, 2007, the people of Kono (...)

| September 2007 | 1475 views

Response to Jonathan Peters’ Rejoinder

By Lansana Gberie. I am very grateful to Professor Jonathan Peters’ for his measured and insightful rejoinder to my article, “The Run-off Polls: Hopes and (...)

| September 2007 | 1218 views

The run-off polls: Fears & Hopes-A Rejoinder

By Professor Jonathan Peters. Lansana Gberie has an international reputation for thoughtfulness, comprehensiveness, fairness and objectivity that he (...)

| September 2007 | 505 views

Exiled Journalists condemn election violence

Press Release The Association of Sierra Leone Journalists in Exile (Sydney, Australia) We as journalists-in-exile living in Sydney, Australia, (...)

| September 2007 | 385 views

Kallon on trial in England

By Abu B. Shaw, London. Mohamed Kallon, Sierra Leone’s only recognisable international soccer star, is presently trying to revive his faltering (...)

| September 2007 | 1227 views

Poll: Britons endorse APC

By Our Correspondent. Britain as a country is very much interested in the recent political developments in Sierra Leone, but what is clear is that many (...)

| September 2007 | 836 views

New novel by Sierra Leonean writer Edison Yongai

Sierra Leonean writer and journalist Edison Yongai has written a new novel titled "The War After the War" It’s about Danyima, a local employee who is (...)

| September 2007 | 438 views

Freetown in turmoil

By Sorie Sudan Sesay. "We go vote, we go vote," civilians chanted repeatedly as they spread and marched in protest across the city centre of Freetown (...)

| September 2007 | 903 views

From the Freetown Media

UN Chief frowns at election violence in Sierra Leone. United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon has expressed concern over the spate of violence (...)

| September 2007 | 569 views

SLAJ appeals for professionalism

Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) 2nd Floor, 31 Garrison Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone. P.M.B. 724 E-mail: (...)

| August 2007 | 353 views