Obreh Kargbo Dulwich Hamlet FC in Fundraising Match for Sierra Leone Victims

[Concord] English National league club, Dulwich Hamlet, will be holding a Support Sierra Leone fundraiser at Champion Hill on Sunday with money raised going towards helping victims of the Freetown mudslides and floods.

[Concord] English National league club, Dulwich Hamlet, will be holding a Support Sierra Leone fundraiser at Champion Hill on Sunday with money raised going towards helping victims of the Freetown mudslides and floods.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Nigeria Coach – ‘Our Players Showed Great Character’

[Concord] Nigeria Coach, Salisu Yusuf, has explained that his players showed great character to come through a tough 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations clash against Sierra Leone on Monday night.

[Concord] Nigeria Coach, Salisu Yusuf, has explained that his players showed great character to come through a tough 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations clash against Sierra Leone on Monday night.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

YMCA Boosts Don Bosco, Old Skol Camp With Food and Medicine

[Concord] Young Men Christian Association Sierra Leone, (YMCA), last Friday 8th September, 2017, donated food and medical items to affected children of the August, 14 mudslide and flooding disaster at Don Bosco Fambul and Old School Camp in Freetown re…

[Concord] Young Men Christian Association Sierra Leone, (YMCA), last Friday 8th September, 2017, donated food and medical items to affected children of the August, 14 mudslide and flooding disaster at Don Bosco Fambul and Old School Camp in Freetown respectively.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Politics and Governance – a Critical Distinction

[Concord] There is an old adage that says: “marriage is like a bus, once you hop on you can’t keep running.” This saying advises the discerning that it is pointless for someone to keep doing the same things they did to achieve a certain goal once that …

[Concord] There is an old adage that says: "marriage is like a bus, once you hop on you can't keep running." This saying advises the discerning that it is pointless for someone to keep doing the same things they did to achieve a certain goal once that goal has been achieved.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Are Corporate Bodies Still Inspired to Fulfil Their Corporate Responsibilities?

[Foroyaa] Many young people are approaching Foroyaa to reveal scholarships provided to them to go to China, Sudan and other countries. They are only left with the need to get air tickets to pursue their studies; we have been referring such young people…

[Foroyaa] Many young people are approaching Foroyaa to reveal scholarships provided to them to go to China, Sudan and other countries. They are only left with the need to get air tickets to pursue their studies; we have been referring such young people to banks and other corporate bodies for assistance. Unfortunately, scholarships and payment for air tickets are becoming more and more difficult to acquire from corporate bodies. This makes us question what is really going on in that sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Startling Evidence At Janneh Commission

[Foroyaa] Various amounts totaling over 158 million dalasis and more than 5 million dollars were withdrawn on different dates from the account of the National Youth Development Fund at the Central Bank of The Gambia. This is what the Principal Banking …

[Foroyaa] Various amounts totaling over 158 million dalasis and more than 5 million dollars were withdrawn on different dates from the account of the National Youth Development Fund at the Central Bank of The Gambia. This is what the Principal Banking Officer, Central Bank of The Gambia, Karamo Jawara told the Janneh Commission yesterday as he continued with his evidence on the Accounts opened by the office of the former President. When these two sums are added the total far exceeds 300 million dalasis.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Political Parties and the Security Forces

[Foroyaa] It is almost eight months since the new President assumed office with the objective of creating a level ground for Multiparty Politics. The President had to resign from a political party in order to stand as an Independent Candidate with the …

[Foroyaa] It is almost eight months since the new President assumed office with the objective of creating a level ground for Multiparty Politics. The President had to resign from a political party in order to stand as an Independent Candidate with the hope that he would not owe any allegiance to any political party and would form a cabinet that would be independent of all political parties. Political parties are expected to benefit from greater respect for freedom of expression, association, assembly and political p

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Deputy Minister Sfiso Buthelezi Responds to Media Reports About Public Investment Corporation CEO

[Govt of SA] The Deputy Minister of Finance, Mr Sfiso Buthelezi, as Chairman of the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), notes media reports that there is a campaign to remove PIC Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr Dan Matjila.

[Govt of SA] The Deputy Minister of Finance, Mr Sfiso Buthelezi, as Chairman of the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), notes media reports that there is a campaign to remove PIC Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr Dan Matjila.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Missing Person Sought By Inchanga Police

[SAPS] Inchanga SAPS would like to make an appeal to the members of the community regarding a missing person, Njabulo Emanuel Shanga (19) from Inchanga. He was last seen on 1 September 2017 at his homestead. He was last seen wearing a blue and white t-…

[SAPS] Inchanga SAPS would like to make an appeal to the members of the community regarding a missing person, Njabulo Emanuel Shanga (19) from Inchanga. He was last seen on 1 September 2017 at his homestead. He was last seen wearing a blue and white t-shirt, black track pant and black takkies. We appeal to anyone who might have information on his whereabouts to contact the investigating officer, Captain FJ Ngema on 079 5000 600 or 031 783 4441. Our Crime Stop can be contacted on 08600 10111.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa