Sing 4 Justice 2021 Rules and Regulations

The contest is open to persons 18 years and above. No members of ILRAJ are permitted to participate. Theme of all songs must be about the rule of law, justice…

Remembering S. E. ROGIE (ROGERS)

King of Palm Wine Guitar Music A proud product of Sierra Leone, West Africa, Sooliman Ernest ”Rogie” Rogers (S.E. Rogie) entertained millions of people in the continents of Asia, Africa,…

SIERRA LEONE FOOTBALL: FROM MAGIC TO MISERY?

By Hassan Conteh On March 23rd 1923, a group of football enthusiasts from the Western Area formed the Sierra Leone Football League. They were, among several others;  Akita Cole, Cummings…

Fantasy Premier League & Mercury’s Mercurial Involvement in FPL- Sierra Leone

The Fantasy Premier League is an online game that gives you the platform to hone in your tactful skills as a Fantasy manager. The manager is tasked to select and…

Drizilik breaks silence on the stereotypes

Benjamin Menelik George, professionally known as Drizilik, has broken his silence on the stereotypes surrounding the Entertainment Industry in Sierra Leone which said stereotype labels musicians as ‘idlers’ and ‘unserious’.…

Our Music Industry: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly

By Moses Kamara Sierra Leone’s modern music industry has grown tremendously over the years. There has been a remarkable increase in the quality and standard of music produced, played, and…

Commitments, Challenges and Prospects

Media in 2020: By Janet Brima Sierra Leone’s media has gone through a series of trials, all connected to the existence of a law that criminalises free speech, the Public…

A Review of the Industry In 2019

By Ibrahim Sorious Samura 2019 was a relatively fairly year for Sierra Leone’s entertainment industry. At least we saw more sold-out gigs than the previous years, much as the country…

What is the future of Sierra Leone Football?

By Ibrahim Sorious Samura After a successful Premier League season, the national football team (Leone Stars) crashed out in the preliminaries of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against…

Libel, too Close to Repeal

By Abu Bakarr Sulaiman Tarawally Much has been said about repealing what many local journalists describe as obnoxious, Public Order Act, 1965.  It comes across as obnoxious because, Part five…