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first_imgBy Sulayman BahGambia National Olympic Committee headquarters last week Friday hosted a three-man delegation from the National Sports Council to talk peace, Foroyaa Sport can reveal.The delegation, led by Executive Director Marcel Mendy, comprising sports council’s Ebou Secka and Lamin Marong were received by Olympic House’s Beatrice Allen and other top bureau members.In a meeting promptly convened, the two parties are said to have talked of burying the hatchet that has long dogged their relationship. The discussion, held behind closed doors, wrapped up with both sides satisfied, an unimpeachable source discloses to Foroyaa Sport.Ties between the NSC and GNOC have been at best strained in recent years.In a long standing conflict only renewed last year, began after the council and Ministry of Youth and Sports –representing government – rejected the bureau’s polls sham in the wake of dispute over the voters’ list.Vexed by the situation, orders were placed forcing indefinite closure of the GNOC headquarters before International Olympic Committee (IOC) ordered government to re-open the structure or Gambia risk international suspension. ]]>last_img read more


first_imgONYX marks first entry to Laos with three Amari hotelsONYX marks first entry to Laos with three Amari hotelsAs part of its growth strategy to introduce its brands across Asia-Pacific, leading international hospitality management company, ONYX Hospitality Group, announces the signing of a partnership agreement with Tang Charoen (TCR) Group Co., Ltd. to manage three Amari hotels in Lao People’s Democratic Republic. This agreement will mark ONYX’s market entry into Laos with the first property set to begin operations in 2017.The Amari property in Vang Vieng is due to welcome its first guests in 2017 while the other two properties in Vientiane and Pakse are both scheduled to open in 2020. Amari’s signature Amaya Food Gallery, Breeze Spa and creative meeting venues will be featured in each property.Commenting on the project, Peter Henley, President and CEO of ONYX Hospitality Group said,“Laos is emerging as one of Southeast Asia’s fastest growing destinations, with the ongoing introduction of new flight routes and tourism infrastructure enhancements. We are excited to enter this market with not one but three Amari properties as part of our continuing regional expansion plans. We look forward to a successful collaboration with Tang Charoen Group to bring Amari to life in this market.”Thai-based ONYX Hospitality Group currently manages 63 properties; 22 projects are under construction; and aims to reach 81 properties by the end of 2018. These three hotels will be added to the Group’s growing Amari portfolio, which presently consists of 14 operating properties and another eight under development. Amari Hotels & Resortsbook your stay hereAbout ONYX ONYX Hospitality Group operates several diverse yet complementary brands –Amari, Shama and OZO – each catering to the distinctive requirements of today’s business and leisure travellers. ONYX reaches beyond its Thai roots to offer innovative management solutions across the Indian Ocean, Arabian Gulf and Asia-Pacific regions. Visit www.onyx-hospitality.com.About Tang Charoen (TCR) GroupTang Charoen (TCR) Group is based in Pakse, Laos, and involved in diverse businesses including construction, entertainment, food and beverage and retail. The Group manages one of the largest construction companies in Laos with experience leading various infrastructural mega projects. The Group’s subsidiary companies include the largest home appliances agent and retailer in Pakse, distributing brands such as Toshiba, Hafele, Dremel, Bosch and Aconatic. TCR also operates a cinema complex in Pakse, and brought the N&B Pizza Crepe franchise from Thailand to Laos. Source = ONYX Hospitality Group – Amarilast_img read more

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