Ayodele Warburton in collaboration with the Sierra Leone Table Tennis Association will be hosting the Everette Warburton Memorial one-day open table tennis tournament at the Siaka Stevens Stadium table tennis gym on Sunday, 23rd December, 2018 starting at 9am.
The Japan Sports Agency and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation partner to use the power of sport to achieve the SDGs
The Japan Sports Agency and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have partnered to utilize the momentum of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 to increase awareness of, and participation in, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has nominated Senegal as the host country for the 4th Summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in 2022.
Rugby World Cup African Qualifiers: Namibia have qualified for Rugby World Cup 2019 after winning the Africa Gold Cup
On Saturday 18 August 2018, the Namibia senior rugby team the Welwitschias played against Kenya during the 2018 Rugby Africa Gold Cup, which is also a qualifier for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. This was the fifth win… Read More ›
Suspense is high for the three remaining matches of the African qualifiers for the Rugby World Cup 2019 this Saturday, 18th August
The stakes for the last three matches of the Rugby Africa Gold Cup 2018 could not be higher, with a dramatic final between Namibia and Kenya, and a fierce fight between Zimbabwe, Tunisia and Morocco to remain in the Gold… Read More ›
Sierra Leonean female sprinter, Maggie Barrie, on Monday won the women 800m gold medal at the Morton Games in Dublin, Ireland. Ireland’s Phil Healy finishing in second place. In 2017, Barrie was chosen to represent Sierra Leone at the International Association of… Read More ›
Nigerian authorities, Silicon Valley, Hollywood Investors, US Industry Chieftains discus on Investment Opportunities in Nigeria
Top among the US investors were Tim Kendall, a US investor who worked with Facebook monetization and has led PINTEREST, headquartered in San Francisco and valued at about $12B.