Sierra Leone History
History Page: The Sierra Leone Web was launched in February 1996, the first niche news service on the internet. It was also the first website to archive news
The Sierra Leone Web
Home: The Sierra Leone Web was launched in February 1996, the first niche news service on the internet. It was also the first website to archive news
Wilfred Kabs-Kanu and Ahmed Kamara have come together to revive the famous and cherished Sierra Leone Daily Mail. The Daily Mail itself was a national institution and Sierra Leoneans around the world were blessed with the fine and professional journalism of the likes of Arika Awuta-Coker, Samba Kamara, Sam Short, Sam Metzger, Sam Hollist and so many of Sierra Leone’s wonderful experts on the pen
Standard Times Press
Current news Site of the print independent newspaper established in the early 1990s. Published by the Standard Times Press. "an important regional daily newspaper before the civil war in Sierra Leone. The independent 'Standard Times' continued to op
Sierra Leone News
Current and past news stories. Maintained by Peter Andersen.
Peep Sierra Leone
In a free world, one must be able to express concerns, laud those things that are due praise.
It should rightfully be given and presented democratically to its people the opportunity to take stock of progress through transparency and good governance.
Sierra Express Media
An online news source..... provided to engage the Sierra Leonean community at home and abroad, in news, current events, entertainment, and sport, etc." Web site based in New York state.
The Patriotic Vanguard
Online newspaper. News about Sierra Leone. Africa-related Canadian events. Analysis. Media news. Sports. Launched July 2005. The Editor and Publisher is Gibril Gbanabome Koroma. Based in Vancouver, Canada.
2006 media house of the year award
Concord Times Sierra Leone
Web site of the print newspaper.
Online newspaper with Sierra Leone-based reporters. Press releases from political organizations. Based in Somerset, New Jersey.
The New Citizen Press
The New Citizen press started in 1982 through the desire of some citizens to have a truly independent newspaper in circulation in Sierra Leone.
Most of those who saw the need for a truly independent newspaper were people who were not comfortable with the restrictions that were then available in the government owned paper, The Daily Mail.
A daily local print and daily online" newspaper. News, commentary, people profiles, public notices, obituaries, photographs, entertainment news, classifieds.
Cotton Tree News
Cotton Tree News is funded by DFID, the European Union, Irish Aid, and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.
The New People Newspaper
thenewpeople.com - Sierra leone news and alternative views on events and policies