Monthly Archives: September 2014

Chinese Ambassador Zhao Yanbo and Sierra Leonean President Koroma Inspect the Mobile Laboratory and Ebola Holding Center in Sierra Leone-China Friendship Hospital

On 26 September, 2014, Chinese Ambassador Zhao Yanbo and Sierra Leonean President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma inspected the mobile laboratory and Ebola holding center in Sierra Leone-China Friendship Hospital. Vice President Mr. Samuel Sam-Sumana, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and

Ebola Patients Find No Treatment At Sierra Leone Holding Center

Dozens of very sick people sat on the floor in an empty university building in central Sierra Leone. They waited in filthy conditions. There is no way to treat the sick, despite the likelihood they are infected with Ebola. The

SA “ready” for Zimbabwean Special Permit

PRETORIA: SOUTH expressed readiness to accept applications for the Zimbabwean Special Permit (ZSP) project. Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, disclosed on Thursday the applications would be done online, effective next week, at a cost of R870. “As the Department of

Sierra Leone Isolates 3 More Areas in Response to Ebola

Sierra Leone’s government has placed three more districts under isolation as it tries to fight an outbreak of Ebola. President Ernest Bai Koroma said late Wednesday the isolation of Port Loko and Bombali in the north and Moyamba in southern

‘We Must Put a Closure to This Fight’- Says President Koroma

On the 25th September, 2014 President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma while addressing contributors in the fight against the Ebola at State House said that as the government exerts efforts to contain the virus, we must endeavour to put a closure

Sierra Leone Restricts Cross-Border Movement, Intensifies Army Patrols

Sierra Leone has intensified army patrols and restricted cross-border movements along the borders with Guinea and Liberia as part of the government’s efforts to contain the Ebola disease, according to Col. Michael Samura, spokesperson for Sierra Leone’s army. Some health