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$17M BLOCK FACTORY OPENS IN SIERRA LEONE..Click here for picture

After the war, Progress continues in Sierra Leone
12.05.2006

In its contribution to ameliorate housing problems in Sierra Leone, the National Social Security and Insurance Trust (NASSIT) has undertaken as one of its investment projects -the construction of a Concrete block-making Factory and Stone Quarry Crushing Plants at Angola Town, Adonkia in the West End of Freetown as well as Real Estate Project at Goderich in the west and Yams Farm in the east of Freetown.  more....

African Farmers go Global
12.05.2006

The amazing story of how small-scale cocoa growers in Ghana got to own a chocolate company in the UKÖ.
There is no dispute anywhere about the fact that africa is still struggling for survival after enduring the terrible years of slavery, colonialism, aparthied, military coups etc, Yes, just like in all countries and continents corrupt practices, mis-management, disease,famine and wars take place on the continent but the unfair world trading system also contributes a lot to the state of affairs in Africa.  more....

Celery Pickers of English Education-
12.05.2006

Guy Mulvaney, a South African educational researcher looks at the comments Mick Brookes made to a newspaper recently.
I hope that Mick Brookes, the General Secretary of the National Association of Headteachers had his eye on what has been dubbed ĎA Day Without Immigrantsí demonstrations across the USA. The May Day protests were the largest since the civil rights demonstrations of the 1960ís. The Latinos turned out en masse in over 60 cities to teach the arrogant conservative Republicans and indeed the whole of the United States a mighty lesson in appreciating the contributions of the Hispanic immigrants. They demonstrated against new legislation which makes living illegally in the US a federal offence.  more....

Many Happy Returns, Mum at 60!
12.05.2006

On the 19th of April, 1946, our beloved Mother, Grace Ukala, was born in a little village, Mbiri, in Delta State, Nigeria. 
Through thick and thin, she has struggled to achieve a lot and she gives us the zeal to be successful in life. Some of our Motherís achievements include the following: An Honours degree in English in June 1970 from Nigeriaís Premier University, University of Ibadan, a distinction in her Masters Degree in Education and a distinction in her Ph.D degree, recently obtained.  more....

IN THIS ISSUE

THE COST OF POOR EDUCATION POLICY IN COMMONWEALTH COUNTRIES- By Guy Mulvaney

THE LAW, IMMIGRATION AND YOU-"Applying to join your partner in the United Kingdom"

SAY IT LOUD- Beware of the United Church of Wolves (part 1)

TRUSTWORTHY- A Servant of God

SME JOURNAL: Nigeria settles debt

The Battle within- By Nachi Aguboshim 

OUT OF AFRICA- Bob Marley

Injustice Cell 17

Story Time with Pearl Ashia

Tit Bits From the Continent

ENTERTAINMENT, FASHION, MUSIC, FILM, DRAMA NEWS

 
Scenes from the celebration of Young Fashion Designers at the Cockpit Theatre, Gateforth Street, NW8 8EH

 

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