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‘No Permit For Sassaywood’ – Internal Affairs Official

Amid concerns from representatives of line ministries and agencies about the common practice of trial by ordeal also known as sassaywood, an official from...

Rwanda Becomes First Poor Country to Provide Eye Care For All

In a country where a third of people have sight problems, specialist nurses have visited all 15,000 villages as part of a life-changing project. Rwanda has...

Three UP Lawmakers Join CDC

  Three opposition lawmakers and an independent member of the House of Representatives Friday joined the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC). Sinoe County Senator Milton...

S/Court to Render Opinion on Tenured Appointments in Gov’t.

  The Supreme Court en banc will now have the opportunity to render an opinion, which will settle the issue of presidential tenured appointments in...

S/Leone President Orders Audit of Past Government

Sierra Leone’s President Julius Maada Bio has ordered the implementation of recommendations of a presidential committee, paving the way for a commission of inquiry...

Report: Countries Losing $30 Trillion For Not Educating Girls

Limited educational opportunities for girls and barriers to completing 12 years of education cost countries between $15 trillion and $30 trillion in lost lifetime productivity and earnings,...

ECOWAS Ministers Seek Security, Fiscal Reform

ECOWAS Ministers in charge of peace, mediation, security and fiscal matters, have reviewed key measures to address the security architecture of the sub-region and...

Weah, S/Court Seesaw Over Appointment At NLA

Just within 48 hours of a Supreme Court’s decision that declared his appointment to the position of Deputy Director General of the National Lottery...

ECOWAS Deploys 171 Elections Observers In Mali

Burkina Faso’s ex-Prime Minister and ECOWAS Commission President, Kadre Desire Ouedraogo, will lead the organization’s 171-member Observation Mission to Mali’s July 29 crucial presidential...

Liberia’s Conflicting Laws on Marriage, Polygamy Highlighted at UN Rights Summit

The United Nations Human Rights Committee has concluded the review of the initial report of Liberia on its implementation of the provisions of the...