14th December 2018
Watch Out for Sierra Leone’s Next First Lady!!!
By STN, Special Commentary (12/01/17)
In 2018, Sierra Leone will go in to general and presidential elections. Many politicians are now parading with the future First Ladies.
Yaya's Humiliation by the Man City Manager Angers Many African Fans!
By Abu Shaw in London (25/09/17)
Manchester City supporters especially from Africa are disgusted that their star player and the King of African football is being ignored by Man City.
Bwanga Tshimen, First from DR Congo and Africa's 4th Winner in 1973
History Revisited (11/10/17)
The Democratic Republic of the Congo was proud winner of the coveted African Footballer of the Year thanks to Raymond Bwanga Tshimen.
Meet the New SLRSA Boss Memunatu Koroma, a Team Player and Academic Icon!
By a press release (25/12/17)
Admirers of the new SLRSA boss, Memunatu Koroma, say she is a seasoned administrator who will successfully steer the SLRSA ship.
Salif Keita was the First African Player of the Year 1970 and the Messi of 70s!
History Revisited (27/09/17)
Salif Keita Traore, popularly known as Salif Keita has gone down in football history as the pioneer to clinch the African Player of the Year award.
Brief Autobiography of the SLPP National Women's Leader, Fatmata Sawaneh
By a press release (11/02/18)
The SLPPNA Women's Wing in the US has recently invited the SLPP National Women's leader as guest speaker for their fundraising drive.
A Glance at Elizabeth Kamara, Wife of the APC Presidential Candidate Samura
By a press release (31/12/17)
Mrs Elizabeth Massah Samura Kamara, dubbed 'The Next First Lady of Sierra Leone' has family tree rooted in Pujehun, Bonthe, Bo and Freetown.
Ibrahim Sunday: Ghana's First and Africa's 2nd Football Winner in 1971
Revisiting History: (29/09/17)
Ibrahim Sunday of Ghana also made football history by becoming the first ever African footballer to appear in the Bundesliga in Germany.
Paul Moukila, Congolese 1st Football Winner of CAF Award in 1974
History Revisited (21/10/17)
Paul Moukila helped his country, the Congolese National Football team to win the African Cup of Nations in 1972, the first and only time.
Famous Sierra Leone Feminist, Anti-colonial Activist and Politician Agatha Honoured!
By a press release (21/05/18)
Admirable Sierra Leoneans female anti-colonial activist Constance Agatha Commings-John is remembered for her Africanism spirit.
Chérif Soulegmane: Guinea's First and Africa's 3rd Football Winner in 1972
History Revisited (01/10/17)
Chérif Soulegmane, known widely as Chérif Souleymane, and born 20 October 1944 in Kindia, was Guinea's first Africa's best footballer.