The Seychelles Licensing Board of Directors met on Thursday 14th March for the second time this year.
Among points discussed was the revision of licenses conditions, Pronunciation by the President in his State of the Nation Address on Alcohol abuse, review on the Licenses Act and regulations and strengthening of working relationship between ESA and SLA.
The Chairperson also appointed Ms. Noritha Legaie as the New Secretary to the Board following the promotion of Ms. Appoo as the CEO of ESA.
Ms. Angelic Appoo has been serving as the Deputy CEO of the Seychelles Licensing Authority since November 2016. She holds a Master Degree in Economic & Social Studies from University of Manchester, and has experience in Accounting, Administration and Management.
Ms. Angelic Appoo was appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of the Enterprise Seychelles Agency (ESA), which was created in August 2018 to replace the Small Enterprise Promotion Agency (SENPA).
Her appointment took effect as of 1st March, 2019.
We applaud the determination and effort she has demonstrated during her tenure with us and look forward to seeing all of the great things we know she will accomplish in the upcoming years at ESA
Our sincere “thank you” to her for going above and beyond.
REVIEW OF LICENCE CONDITIONS IN PROGRESS
The Seychelles Licensing Authority is meeting with relevant stakeholders to discuss the revision of licence conditions urgently, especially to help tackle the issue of noise pollution. The licence conditions under urgent review is for the following categories:
- Public Bar
- Self-Catering establishment
- Outdoor entertainment.
Stakeholders involved in the discussions are the Tourism, Police and Environment Departments. The new proposed licence conditions are expected to be finalized soon and presented to the Cabinet of Ministers.