Lux Island Resorts Limited (NRL.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Tourism sector has released it’s 2010 interim results for the half year.For more information about Lux Island Resorts Limited (NRL.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Lux Island Resorts Limited (NRL.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Lux Island Resorts Limited (NRL.mu) 2010 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileLux Island Resorts Limited, formerly known as Naïade Resorts Limited, is a collection of premium hotels in the Indian Ocean with running operations in Mauritius, the Réunion Island, the Maldives, China, Vietnam, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates. The company however, operates as a subsidiary of IBL Ltd as of May 18, 2018. Lux Island Resorts Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Dangote Cement Plc (DANGCE.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Building & Associated sector has released it’s 2015 abridged results.For more information about Dangote Cement Plc (DANGCE.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Dangote Cement Plc (DANGCE.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Dangote Cement Plc (DANGCE.ng) 2015 abridged results.Company ProfileDangote Cement Plc manufactures, packages and distributes cement and related products for the limestone mining, coal production and property investment sectors in Nigeria and the rest of Africa. The company has operations in Nigeria, Benin and Ghana, Cameroon, Congo, Ethiopia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia and exports internationally. Dangote Cement Plc operates the largest cement plant in sub-Saharan Africa, the Obajana Cement Plant. Cement bagged and distributed by Dangote Cement Plc is required of the limestone mining, coal production and property investment sectors. Formerly known as Obajana Cement Plc, the company changed its name to Dangote Cement Plc in 2010. The company is a subsidiary of Dangote Industries Limited. Its head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Dangote Cement Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Alteo Limited (ALT.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Energy sector has released it’s 2018 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Alteo Limited (ALT.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Alteo Limited (ALT.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Alteo Limited (ALT.mu) 2018 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileAlteo Limited is a holding company, which deals in cane farming, sugar milling, sugar refining, energy production, real estate and hospitality in Mauritius and regionally. The company was established in September 2017 and is headquartered in San Pierre, Mauritius. Alteo Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Power-packed: Ellis Genge is a force in the loose Each Six Nations Championship throws up a new wave of superstars in front of bumper TV audiences, so who is set to soar in the year’s tournament? Added muscle: Cornell du Preez will add firepower to the Scotland packWith the Six Nations adopting the aforementioned bonus points, du Preez’s proclivity to cross the whitewash and create opportunities for the players around him make him a valuable asset going into the championship. The Port Elizabeth-born forward is a menace as a ball-carrier, not only for the power and intelligence of his running lines, but also the fact he keeps the ball high and in two hands, making him a nightmare to defend.Mohamed Boughanmi, FranceCan this tighthead break the stranglehold Rabah Slimani and Uini Atonio currently have on the French three jersey?His departure from Toulon in the summer has seen him move from a bit-part player on the Côte d’Azur to a spearhead in the Bay of Biscay, as he has helped lead Stade Rochelais’ rise up the Top 14 table. With the unfancied club from the west going head-to-head with Clermont at the top of the table, Boughanmi is enjoying some well-earned time in the spotlight.Unit: La Rochelle’s French prop Mohamed Boughanmi has impressedThere is no doubt that he has significant competition in the forms of Atonio and Slimani but with the French scrum far from the dominant, all-conquering proposition it once was, fresh blood up front could be just what Novès needs to ignite the new-look Les Bleus.Ellis Genge, EnglandGenge has already made his England bow – he was a replacement in England’s pre-summer tour meeting with Wales at Twickenham – but no longer is he just a young player included to gain experience and learn about the Test match environment, he is now a bona fide contender to be England’s starting loosehead.Leicester’s form has been erratic to say the least this season but even at the club’s lowest ebb – a 38-0 humbling to Munster at Thomond Park – Genge has proven able to more than hold his own against his opposite number. The 21-year-old’s set-piece skills far bely his tender age, whilst his ability with ball in hand, both as a carrier and distributor on the gain line, makes him the perfect front row forward to help inject tempo into a game.Making an impression: Ellis Genge is a huge asset in the looseJones will be hoping that experienced loosehead Joe Marler is available when the tournament kicks off in two weeks’ time but if not, Genge is more than ready to step in and fill the void. If Marler is ready, Genge can provide valuable impact off the bench.Niall Scannell, IrelandAs Ireland have yet to name their Six Nations squad, this is a speculative suggestion. With Sean Cronin injured, the hierarchy behind Rory Best at hooker is blurred and this uncapped front-rower has been in sparkling form for Munster in both the Guinness PRO12 and Champions Cup. A consistent thrower, strong scrummager and athletic enough to be a significant influence in loose play, Scannell would seem to be next man up for Ireland at hooker.Making his bow: Niall Scannell has been rewarded after some fine performancesBetween Jack McGrath and Tadgh Furlong, not to mention a resurgent Best, Ireland’s front row has been setting new standards in the northern hemisphere this season and Scannell is a player who will only add impetus to that if selected when Schmidt announces his squad on Sunday. By Alex ShawThe Six Nations squads are all in.Conor O’Shea got the ball rolling last week, naming an experienced Italian squad for his debut campaign, followed by Rob Howley’s announcement of a Wales squad offering plenty of tried and tested players, but also seven new caps.Scotland, coming off the back of an impressive autumn, include just two uncapped players in their contingent, whilst France have opted for a middle ground, bringing in four uncapped players, in an attempt to freshen a group that has yet to kick on under Guy Novès.As for England and Ireland – the two tournament favourites – Eddie Jones has largely stuck with the squad that won him 13 consecutive games last year and Joe Schmidt named his squad early on Monday, and as expected, it has not moved to far away from the core of players who recorded historic victories over New Zealand and South Africa last year.We take a look at some of the new additions to these squads that have the capability to have profound effects on their respective nation’s prospects over the next two months.Thomas Young, WalesThomas Young is a player whose name has never been far from Welsh lips over the last few months.With James Haskell and Sam Jones injured at Wasps, Young has made the most of the playing time that has come his way and has helped deliver the club’s effective, high-tempo playing style in both the Aviva Premiership and European Rugby Champions Cup. He has performed equally as a contact area specialist and a link-man with ball in hand and though prospering in these traditional areas of an openside flanker, he has also displayed all of the physical skills and robustness required to operate in the Test match arena.Man in form: Thomas Young has been tearing it up for WaspsThe captaincy switch to Alun Wyn Jones could open up a starting spot at seven for Young or he could be tasked with making an impact from the bench, but either way he needs to see action for Wales over the next two months. He would play a key role in injecting much-needed tempo into the side, a need that will only be made more urgent if the introduction of bonus points this year does indeed bring about a more attacking mindset among the teams.Cornell du Preez, ScotlandAfter qualifying on residency, du Preez was called-up by Scotland during the autumn internationals but just missed out on winning his first cap. That looks likely to change during the Six Nations.The versatile South African can pack down anywhere in the back row and should be in the competition for at least the six and eight jerseys, if not also at seven. He is a consistent performer in an inconsistent Edinburgh side and if he takes to Test match rugby and delivers just as much for Scotland as he does at club level, then he will be another player that the Springboks will come to rue losing.
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About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Giving to religious causes growing in Northern Ireland 22 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis A new report on philanthropy in Northern Ireland was released as part of ‘Philanthropy Week’ shows that there is continued growth in giving to religious causes.‘The Philanthropy Market in Northern Ireland’ report was commissioned by a consortium of organisations in Northern Ireland and carried out by consultancy firm RSM McClure Watters. The report included a survey of philanthropy worldwide and an examination of philanthropic issues locally.The survey identified key motivations for giving, with personal connections between the donor and cause given as the biggest motivation. Other triggers promoting the interest in philanthropy included the sale of a business or an inheritance.As well as religion, local community health and education also benefit from philanthropy in Northern Ireland.Disincentives for giving included perceived high administration costs, lack of control by the donor and a lack of stewardship by charities. A major barrier to increased giving was seen as a lack of a culture of philanthropy.Philanthropic role models were seen as important, the report stated, but there was a recognition that many donors did not wish to publicise their giving. Suggestions for improving philanthropy in Northern Ireland include:* Enhanced Promotion* Increased Co-ordination* Enhanced Networking Opportunities* Improved access to information* Improved MechanismsThe report called for the development of a strategy to enhance philanthropy with a defined vision and mission along the lines of philanthropy organisations in Britain and Ireland.www.communityfoundationni.org Tagged with: Giving/Philanthropy Ireland Research / statistics AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 14 December 2011 | News
The Laundry Workers Center, alongside groups like the People’s Power Assemblies, held a picket line June 22 in front of the Sunshine Shirt Laundry Center in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, N.Y. This emergency demonstration was called after the laundromat decided to fire the workers after telling them they were closing up shop. But the laundry was in fact not closing and is still receiving clients. The two workers, Ricarda and Maria, are owed $200,000 in back pay from chemical burns, physical abuse and wage theft. The firings are an obvious form of retaliation against the workers who spoke up and demanded fair wages and safe working conditions, and because the workers and the community have been pressuring the laundry every week with demands for the back pay.Management has definitely been feeling the pressure. That is what led to one of the workers, Ricarda, being physically assaulted by the landlord of the laundromat while passing out flyers in the community. However, the community and the workers are not silent about the laundromat firing the workers unjustly. As a spokesperson in the People’s Power Assemblies said at the rally: “Rehire the Workers, rehire them now or else the community will haunt you. We will come to your home, we will come to any new laundromat you open in the neighborhood, and we will continue pressuring you until you rehire the workers and give them what you owe them.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Facebook Twitter FMC Releases First At-Plant Fungicide To Deliver Foliar Disease Protection By Ashley Davenport – Aug 26, 2020 Facebook Twitter SHARE FMC is celebrating the launch of Xyway 3D. This fungicide is the first and only at-plant corn fungicide to provide season-long disease protection.It combines flutriafol with at-plant flexibility, said Bruce Stripling, FMC regional technical service manager.“Flutriafol is really the backbone of all our fungicides,” he said. “If you look at all of our portfolio, flutriafol is in everyone one of those. It covers specialty crops into row crops. It’s stable in the plant and stable in the soil. The difference with flutriafol is the ability to have all season long inside out protection.”Mobility and high residual makes Xyway 3D unique to the marketplace. Gail Stratman, FMC regional technical service manager, says it allows the fungicide to be applied at planting time.“One of the major targets that we have with Xyway is that upward movement and controlling many of the important foliar diseases,” said Stratman. “One of the key aspects we see with Xyway is because we’re getting this mobility within the plant, we’re also providing protection from any soil pathogens or fungi that allow the plant to develop a more robust root system, healthier stalk and better manufacturing plant for that ear.”It has received EPA registration for foiliar disease protection from grey leaf spot, Southern corn leaf blight, Northern corn leaf blight, common rust and common smut. Xyway will be available for the 2021 growing season. SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News FMC Releases First At-Plant Fungicide To Deliver Foliar Disease Protection Previous articleEPA, USDA Announce Competition to Advance Agricultural Sustainability in the United StatesNext articleChina Importing Record Pork Volumes Ashley Davenport
to go further April 20, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Statute of limitations to apply to six murders of journalists May 13, 2021 Find out more Reports A 20-year statute of limitations will apply from this weekend to any criminal prosecution for the 1991 murders of El Espectador reporters Julio Daniel Chaparro and Jorge Enrique Torres, yet again highlighting the problem of impunity in Colombia. Chaparro and Torres were murdered on 24 April 1991 while investigating the impact of a 1988 paramilitary massacre in Segovia, in the northwestern department of Antioquia.Although 20 years have gone by, the investigation being conducted by the Human Rights Unit of the prosecutor-general’s office was, until last week, still at a preliminary stage, without any suspect ever being charged. This week, a prosecutor announced that the case had finally been closed because the suspects were all believed dead. These two murders will therefore remain completely unpunished.The 20-year statute of limitations is also likely to be applied to four other murders of journalists between now and the end of the year – those of Carlos Julio Rodríguez (20 May 1991), José Libardo Méndez (20 May 1991), Arsenio Hoyos Lozano (13 September 1991) and Rafael Solano Rochero (30 October 1991). These murders must not be allowed to go unpunished. They must not be forgotten.The Press Freedom Foundation (FLIP), the Reporters Without Borders partner organization in Colombia, wrote to prosecutor-general Viviane Morales on 24 March condemning this situation and calling for urgent action to prevent these cases being closed for good.The FLIP wants these murders to be declared crimes against humanity, to which no statute of limitations applies. In July 2010, the Human Rights Unit of the prosecutor-general’s office declared El Espectador editor Guillermo Cano’s 1986 murder to have been a crime against humanity on the grounds that it was part of a plan orchestrated by Colombia’s drug traffickers.The Colombian judicial system has a duty to investigate all murders to journalists, and to identify and prosecute those responsible. In the absence of serious efforts to prevent such murders or prevent them going unpunished, Colombia will be exposed to the possibility legal action before international bodies. The special rapporteur for freedom of expression of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights already drew attention on 15 April to the fact that most of these murders go unpunished.Ensuring respect for free expression and combating impunity must be priorities for Colombia. It must also ensure that the statute of limitations does not apply to any murder carried out with the aim restricting free expression and media freedom, in accordance with the 2007 Medellin Declaration on the safety of journalists. Organisation News Help by sharing this information 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies RSF begins research into mechanisms for protecting journalists in Latin America ColombiaAmericas RSF_en Follow the news on Colombia RSF, IFEX-ALC and Media Defence, support FLIP and journalist Diana Díaz against state harassment in Colombia News News April 27, 2021 Find out more ColombiaAmericas Receive email alerts October 21, 2020 Find out more