Monthly Archives: August 2016

YPO Leaders Share Insights into Building an Optimal Board of Directors

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, Aug. 31, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — YPO, the premier chief executive leadership organization in the world, hosted a live Twitter chat discussing best practices and innovative strategies to create an optimal board of directors. Featured guests included

Sierra Leone: 2016 Pilgrims Receive Major Boost to Travel to Mecca

As this year's pilgrimage to the Holy land of Mecca sets in motion, the Africa Muslim Agency (AMA) and the Manazat Aldawa Al-Islamia Organization on Wednesday August 31 presented eleven tickets and three tickets respectively to pilgrims preparing for t...

Sierra Leone: Trio Granted Le150 Million Bail for Electricity Theft

Three accused persons were yesterday granted bail in the sum of Le50 million each by the presiding magistrate at the Freetown Magistrates' Court No.1, Dr. Abou Bakarr Binneh-Kamara.The trio -Thomas Hagatay, Mohamed Bangura and Daniel Kargbo - are being...

Sierra Leone: We Must Stay Engaged With Our People – President Koroma Avers

As a way of enhancing participatory governance and citizen engagement, President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma has told participants attending a two-day National Conference on Community Engagement and Convergence at the Bintumani Hotel in Freetown that governme...

Sierra Leone/Cote d’Ivoire: Madagascar Hamada El Moussa to Officiate Ivory Coast/Sierra Leone Match

Madagascar's Hamada el Moussa Nampiandraza will be the central man for Sierra Leone's crucial 2017 African Cup of Nations Group I qualifiers against the Elephant of Ivory Coast on Saturday at Stade De Bouake, Bouake.Leone Stars will travel to the

Sierra Leone: Sexual Penetration Matter Committed to High Court

Magistrate Dr. Abou Bakarr Binneh-Kamara, presiding at the Freetown Magistrates' Court No.1, yesterday committed a sexual penetration matter involving one Ibrahim Kalilu Kamara to the High Court for trial.The 38-year-old man was charged to court with o...

Sierra Leone: Disaster Simulations in Sierra Leone Help Prepare Flood-Prone Communities

Sierra Leone is extremely vulnerable to the impacts of global climate change, partly as a result of human-caused degradation of the environment. In September 2015, Sierra Leone's capital encountered its most devastating flood in history, temporarily re...

Sierra Leone Wants to Keep Traditional Theater Alive

A well-known theater director in Sierra Leone is inspiring people to be proud of their culture through traditional theater. He's tired of Sierra Leoneons leaving for greener pastures and the negative images often shown of his country. It's challenging,...