Minister, Professor David Francis
Professor David Francis has assured that despite the COVID-19 pandemic in
Sierra Leone, his government would continue its development efforts.
speaking at a virtual meeting summoned...
Governor Kelfala M. Kallon
As Sierra Leone’s exchange rates against
major global currencies continue to fall, the Governor of the country’s Central
Bank Prof. Kelfala M. Kallon, has issued another stern warning to those trading
By Public Relations Department
It was a moment of redemption as Mercury International Sports
Betting and Lottery Company(SL) doles out over Le1.7 Billion to more than Seven
Thousand, Five Hundred lucky winners from the Saturday night...
Cooper Inveen - Reuters
(Reuters) - Sierra
Leone is weathering a dramatic crunch in mining revenue as COVID-19
restrictions hurt companies’ ability to export gold and diamonds and access
Revenue from mining
Commissioner ACC, (L) Francis
Ben Kaifala and Fr. Babeley displaying the signed MoU
Commission (ACC) on Thursday 12th March, 2020 signed a memorandum of
understanding (MoU) with Radio Maria - Sierra Leone which is geared...
By Mohamed Lamin Banya
The Director General of the Petroleum Directorate Timothy Kabba
has disclosed that, six companies have applied for acreages since the fourth
licensing round bid was opened.
Commentary By Prince C. Kamara
Sierra Leone’s premier mobile telecommunications
giant, Africell has once again demonstrated that it is on top of every
situation when it comes to making easier the lives of ordinary Sierra Leoneans.
By Prince C. Kamara
Stakeholders in the timber industry of Sierra Leone have met
to discuss the way forward in the timber business which according to them
generates huge revenue for the country. Issues bordering on...
By Mohamed Lamin Banya
President of the African Development Bank
(AfDB), Akinwumi Adesina says they have invested more than seven hundred
million United States Dollars in Sierra Leone and that the portfolio of the
bank in Sierra...
customers on Friday 13th March 2020,
flooded Mercury International Payment Centers across the country including the
main Walpole Street center in Freetown in joyous mood as the company dishes out
over 4.7 Billion Leones payout in Oddest
Regular (Football) winnings.