Daily Archives: November 25, 2015

Dispatches From Sierra Leone: Ebola’s Bittersweet Legacy (Newsweek)

In November 2014, I travelled to Sierra Leone with the medical charity Doctors of the World to help in the fight against Ebola. For two months, I helped set up and then run an Ebola Treatment Center in Moyamba at

State Counsel Cautions Court Reporters (allAfrica.com)

A budding State Counsel has cautioned court reporters as to their conduct in court and with court officials. Allieu Vandi Koroma Esq. was speaking last Friday, 20 November at Santanno House in Freetown, during the second round of interaction dubbed

A Preamble Must Be Inserted Into the New Constitution of Sierra Leone [opinion] (allAfrica.com)

A position paper by Rashid Dumbuya for the consideration of the Constitutional Review Committee of Sierra Leone Introduction A constitution simply put, is a body of fundamental principles that guides the way a country is being governed. It is often

FGM – Now That Ebola Is Over [opinion] (allAfrica.com)

Anti-FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) campaigners were highly hopeful that the end was in sight in their struggle to have the practice outlawed following its temporal ban by the Sierra Leone government as part of measures to curb the spread of

Counsel – 'No Law Prevent Reporting On National Issues' (allAfrica.com)

Lawyer Emmanuel Saffa Abdulai, representing Dr. David Tam Baryoh in a civil litigation filed by the latter against the Independent Media Commission (IMC), Tuesday submitted in court that his client's 'Monologue' programme was illegally closed because there is no provision