Daily Archives: December 18, 2014

Army Personnel Home After Training Thousands in Sierra Leone [press release]

Personnel from 5 Armoured Medical Regiment have returned home after successfully completing their training task in Sierra Leone. More than 40 personnel from 5 Armoured Medical Regiment deployed on 21 October to train Sierra Leonean healthcare workers and hygienists on

Over SLFA Match-Fixing Claim Rodney Michael Granted High Court Injunction

The founder and owner of the Edmond Michael Football Foundation has secured a High Court injunction to clear his name in a civil court over accusation by the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) of his alleged involvement in a match-fixing

Showing Solidarity as Ebola Hits New Districts in Sierra Leone [press release]

Since Kono became the latest Ebola hotspot in Sierra Leone, the Red Cross has trained two new safe and dignified burial teams, and deployed an experienced team from neighbouring Kailahun district to bolster its response efforts. An alert comes in

Sierra Leone Begins 2016 Olympic Games Preparations

The Sierra Leone Volleyball Association (SLVA) has commenced preparations for the beach volleyball competition ahead of the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil. With the regional and zonal qualification series set to commence this month, the SLVA has already invited 12

Eddie Turay Receives Gifts On Behalf of Salone Children

Sierra Leone’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom was unable to control his emotion as he shed tears in front of a jam-packed school assembly while making an emotional speech at the Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School in Birmingham. His Excellency

ERFA Chairman Refutes Congress Boycott Rumours

Chairman of the Eastern Region Football Association (ERFA), Morrison Sannoh, has moved to swiftly dismiss rumours that delegates from his region are planning to boycott the planned December 20 extra-ordinary congress by football stakeholders. According to Sannoh, all delegates from