Salone News

Margai Charged to Court

By Zubairu Wai Thousands of supporters of Charles Margai, the leader of the yet to be registered PMDC political party in Sierra Leone on Saturday (...)

| November 2005 | 763 views

To the Priceless Politicians of My Land

By Saidu Kaye Sesay, London, United Kingdom. The other night I was seated in front of my computer trying to ignore the irritating blasts of fireworks, (...)

| November 2005 | 570 views

Do They Have Plans When The Wells Run Dry?

Sierra Leonean writer Karamoh Kabba has a deep interest in his country’s socio-economic development and he pulls no punches when he has to make his views (...)

| November 2005 | 538 views

Sierra Leone: Call to Stop Child Adoptions

The United Nations says the situation of children in Sierra Leone is dire, with a huge problem of children being trafficked abroad. UNICEF is urging that (...)

| November 2005 | 470 views

Pressure Mounts On Kabbah

PMDC leader Charles Margai fires another letter to the international community on president Kabbah of Sierra Leone. 1st November, 2005 TO: 1. (...)

| November 2005 | 523 views

Liberia: Politics and the Taylor Factor

By Abu B. Shaw, London. All the twenty-two presidential candidates in Liberia had one common denominator. Handing over former president Charles Taylor (...)

| October 2005 | 608 views

The Gloria Newman-Smart Saga

Statement read by Dr. Sylvia rt Olayinka Blyden at the Press Conference called on October 11th 2005 in Sierra Leone about the death of Gloria Newman Smart (...)

| October 2005 | 669 views

New VC Unveils His Dreams

Professor Aiah Gbakima is the new Vice Chancellor of the university of Sierra Leone. In this speech, his first major speech since his appointment, he (...)

| October 2005 | 683 views

Halloran Wants His Job Back

An appeal court in Sierra Leone has acquitted an Australian war crimes investigator convicted earlier this year of indecently assaulting a teenage girl in (...)

| October 2005 | 429 views

New Party to Shake Freetown Soon

The political climate in Sierra Leone is getting more and more turbulent and everything seems to be put on hold as the country’s politicians prepare (...)

by Gibril Koroma | October 2005 | 626 views