Sierra Leone's 'smart country' ambitions
Nanotechnology, blockchain, cloud computing: Sierra Leone's President Bio is banking on the most advanced technology to leapfrog the country out of poverty.
Sierra Leone school defies ban on pregnant girls
A school in Sierra Leone is allowing pregnant teenagers to attend class despite a government law forbidding them from doing so.
Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio talks on AfCFTA, his free education plan and Ebola
President of Sierra Leone, Julius Maada Bio says there is a new awakening in Africa as governments on the continent must further open up markets for intra-African trade.
The search for sustainable palm oil
From cookies to biodiesel, palm oil is everywhere. But it has a bad environmental reputation. A small company in Sierra Leone is trying to do things differently.
From soda can to cooking pot
Sierra Leone has no functioning public trash collection service. Some inventive tinkerers are taking matters into their own hands by turning discarded soda cans into stable and cheap cooking pots.
Sierra Leone gets CIO
President of Sierra Leone, Julius Maada Bio has appointed Moinina David Sengeh as Sierra Leone’s Chief Innovation Officer. Sierra Leone is aiming to push innovation and technology to the forefront in the rebuilding of the nation.
People of Sierra Leone set to go to polls, finally
From civil war to Ebola to a deadly landslide, the people of the West African nation of Sierra Leone have been through a lot. Now, after a delayed election date, voters in the struggling democracy are set to vote, and turnout is expected to be high.
Elections can not be completely peaceful - Goodluck Jonathan
Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonothan speaks to DW about his role as leader of the Election Observation Mission of the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) for the Sierra Leone elections.