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…

Markmuday’s Rise to Stardom

Ophaniel Gooding Though the name Nelson Idrissa Kargbo might not ring a bell, with the name Markmuday, reputation precedes.  Last year the National Entertainment Award (NEA) awarded Markmuday as the…

Student Politics: A Proxy Fight between National Political Parties

By Sayoh Kamara A pivotal stage in the involvement of students in the politics of Sierra Leone could be traced back to 1977 when students of Fourah Bay College (FBC)…

Sierra Leone Music: Getting Political but Failing to Modernize

By Ibrahim Sorious Samura Music is a major business across the world. The art has attracted huge investment, made many musicians famous and turned them into millionaires and billionaires. African…

Housemates Salone TV Reality Show 2019, a paradigm shift in entertainment

By Christian Sesay Entertainment bridges cultural gaps and ethnic prejudices. Its taste often differs from society to society. Nigeria, for instance, is a better example of a country where entertainment…