British American Tobacco Zimbabwe Limited (BAT) HY2011 Interim Report

first_imgBritish American Tobacco Zimbabwe Limited ( listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Agricultural sector has released it’s 2011 interim results for the half year.For more information about British American Tobacco Zimbabwe Limited ( reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the British American Tobacco Zimbabwe Limited ( company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: British American Tobacco Zimbabwe Limited (  2011 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileBritish American Tobacco (BAT) Zimbabwe Holdings Limited manufactures, distributes and sells tobacco products for local consumption through a network of independent retailers and distributors. Zimbabwe is the 6th largest tobacco grower in the world and the largest in Africa. Three types of tobacco are grown in the country; Virginia flue-cured, burley and oriental tobacco. Over 95% of Zimbabwe’s tobacco is flue-cured; and more than half of its production is exported to China. The company has recently adopted a mutually-beneficial contract system which is reaping rich rewards; the entire crop is bought from the farmer at the end of the season in return for a supply of seed and fertilizer, and expert training by an agronomist on agricultural techniques. Its head office is in Harare, Zimbabwe. British American Tobacco is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchangelast_img read more

BlueLife Limited ( 2020 Abridged Report

first_imgBlueLife Limited ( listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Property sector has released it’s 2020 abridged results.For more information about BlueLife Limited ( reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the BlueLife Limited ( company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: BlueLife Limited (  2020 abridged results.Company ProfileRanked as one of the leading real estate business entities in the Indian Ocean region, BlueLife Limited deals in land promotion, property development, and hotel and leisure business. There are four segments in which the company operates from. These are land development, yielding property, hotel, and service. Through these four segments, the company develops and sells residential properties, retail and office properties as well as owns and operates two hotels under the name of Radisson Blu Azuri Resort and Spa and Radisson Blu Poste Lafayette Resort and Spa in Mauritius. BlueLife Limited also provides facilities management and services, management and consultancy services and is based in Forbach, Mauritius. BlueLife Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.last_img read more


first_imgLATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Interestingly, we’ve seen reports about the South African franchises hooking up with English and French clubs. It could be an exciting competition, but it’s up to SARFU to make the big decisions when the TV deal comes up in a few years.Compared to other sports, we’re really missing a global season. Once we can get the North and South together, it will clear up grey areas and you can dedicate slots to certain competitions. A new global season could mean players play less and add longevity to their careers.Next month I’ll be in London playing for the Barbarians against Fjii. I last faced them in the RWC 2007 quarter-final – a very tight affair. They have phenomenal physical attributes and like to throw it around. I remember Nick Mallett saying the perfect breed of rugby player is a mix of Afrikaan and South Sea Islander. during quarter final three of the 2011 IRB Rugby World Cup between South Africa and Australia at Wellington Regional Stadium on October 9, 2011 in Wellington, New Zealand. The Baa-Baas are a throwback to the amateur days. You just chuck a team together, have a few lagers and give it your best on game day. After the time I’ve had, I can’t wait.Barbarians v Fiji at Twickenham, Sat 30 Nov (2.30pm). See Bok bouncing back: After a nightmare year Schalk Burger has returned to rugby and soon heads on tour to EuropeBy Schalk BurgerThe last 18 months have been the toughest of my life. Back in 2012, I had a serious knee injury in my first game of Super Rugby, which ruled me out for the entire season. I thought that was bad, but it got much worse.When I started training again for 2013, they found a cyst on my spinal cord and after my first operation I picked up a form of bacterial meningitis. There was a critical stage for four or five days where it could have gone either way, but luckily I pulled through. It took four operations to get rid of the cyst and after eight weeks in hospital and three months at home, I started the slow road to recovery.Sporting green: Burger back in 2011The question I’m asked most is, ‘Do I want to play for the Springboks again?’ Well, if I play to my capability, there’s no reason why I shouldn’t. If I fall below those standards, I probably won’t make it because of the talent coming through.What I’ve seen from Heyneke Meyer’s side has been hugely encouraging. Last year we played a conservative game, but this year they have evolved with a good mix of youngsters and elder statesmen.In South Africa, there are concerns over the increasing player drain to Europe. At Test level it’s not having much of an effect, but player turnover at our Super Rugby franchises is higher than ever. Players head to Europe at a younger age for financial benefits and if we continue to lose our big players to France or England, the true effect could be felt a few years down the line. It will be a sad day for the South African fan when you don’t have the top 15 Springboks slogging it out.last_img read more

World Cup 2015: England 13-33 Australia

first_img TAGS: Highlight England exited their own World Cup in humiliating fashion at Twickenham as they were thrashed 33-13 by a well-drilled, innovative Australia side. Bernard Foley was the star of the show, with 28 points on the board, including two first-half tries. For England, who had a brief resurgence in the second-half with an Anthony Watson try, a monstering at the scrum and coming second-best at the breakdown will have only compounded their deep disappointment.WHAT’S HOTWallaby backlineIsrael Folau, Will Genia, Kurtley Beale. We could go on, but they are all players who are so comfortable with the ball in hand. They toyed with the England backline for the two first-half tries, weaving intricate moves on England’s 22 that stretched the defence ended with two slick Bernard Foley tries. After the break they showed their clinical side, when England were a man down, they worked the ball wide and Adam Ashley-Cooper sent Giteau away. It was mesmerising, clinical and a nightmare for England.Great entertainers: The Wallaby backline were clinical when given the chanceDavid Pocock is on another levelAfter two years out with two knee constructions, David Pocock has returned to put in consistent world-class performances, even playing at No 8 to accommodate Michael Hooper. Against England, he was a constant menace, stealing ball on the deck, swatting defenders with his oversized biceps and cutting down English defenders at will. A staggering display and he will be a certain contender for World Player of the YearSuperhuman: David Pocock was outstanding in the Wallaby backrowEngland fansTwickenham has often been looked down on for a sterile atmosphere but on Saturday night, HQ’s faithful backed England to the hilt. Swing Low bellowed around the old stadium time and time again as they tried to inspire England to victory. The support was heartening to hear and their backing will be required in the months to come.Bernard FoleyHe may not have the You Tube skills of his more celebrated contemporary Quade Cooper but Bernard Foley had the perfect game this evening – certainly his best in a Wallaby shirt. Twenty-eight points of Australia’s 33, means he is rightly lauded in the Southern Hemisphere and beyond. Take a bow, Bernard!What’s notNowhere to turn: England were outplayed by Australia as they exited the World CupEngland losing the breakdown battle. Several times, when England were on the front foot, David Pocock or Michael Hooper stole the ball to regain possession and nullify any England momentum. England had been warned of their dual threat but were powerless to stop the world’s best 7s from disrupting any clean ball. The questions over Steffon Armitage‘s continued exclusion will only grow in the coming days.England scrumA perceived strength of England was the scrum, so often their saviour against the Wallabies, but it shows the work of Mario Ledesma that when given penalties, they chose to pack down to gain the advantage. Joe Marler had a particularly tough evening and replaced after 49 minutes. They gave away five scrum penalties. Memories of Marseille in 2007 were well and truly banished for the Wallabies.Night to forget: England had a shocker at the scrum and were bettered by the WallabiesIsrael Folau is humanThree times in the first ten minutes Israel Folau’s handling let him down. First he was unable to shift the ball onto Rob Horne for a certain try, second he dropped a perfectly weighted cross-kick from Bernard Foley and thirdly he spilt a kick from Mike Brown which resulted in a breakway. Even the greats have off days, though it will surely be just an aberration.Hooper’s a lucky boyJust as the first-half came to a close, after Adam Ashley-Cooper had made yardage on the flank. Michael Hooper ran through the ruck and hit Mike Brown with the shoulder without his arms, sending Brown backwards. It was uncalled for and the citing officer maybe called in for a closer look with Wales on the horizon.Stats LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS 5 – Penaties England conceded at the scrum, compared to Australia’s two394 – metres carried by England, compared to Australia’s 2517 – Linebreaks by England, compared to 5 by Australia, they also beat more defenders, 18 to Australia’s 1513 – Brad Barritt was the game’s top tackler. Stephen Moore and Joe Launchbury were second with 1167 – Metres carried by Mike Brown. Next best was Anthony Watson with 66. Australia’s best carrier was Adam Ashley-Cooper wtih 47Over and out: England clap a superior Wallaby side off the pitchEngland: M Brown; A Watson, J Joseph, B Barritt (S Burgess 64), J May (G Ford 40); O Farrell, B Youngs (R Wigglesworth 49); J Marler (M Vunipola 49), T Youngs (R Webber 60), D Cole (K Brookes 53), J Launchbury (G Kruis 68), G Parling, T Wood, C Robshaw (capt), B Morgan (N Easter 57)Try: Anthony WatsonPens: O Farrell (2)Cons: Owen FarrellYellow card: Owen Farrell (70)Australia: I Folau (M Tomuaa 64); A Ashley-Cooper, T Kuridrani, M Giteau, R Horne (K Beale 10): B Foley, W Genia; S Sio (J Slipper 57), S Moore (c) (T Polota-Nau 64), S Kepu (G Holmes 57), K Douglas, R Simmons (D Mumm 64), S Fardy (B McCalman 75), M Hooper, D Pocock.Tries: Bernard Foley (2), Matt Giteau.Pens: Bernard Foley (4)Cons: Bernard Foley (3)Referee: Romain Poite (Fr)Man of the Match: Joe LaunchburyAttendance: 81.080 England have crashed out of the World Cup in the group stages, in doing so, becoming the first host to do so after losing 33-13 to Australia at Twickenham Try time: Bernard Foley flies over for his first of two tries against England For the latest Rugby World subscription offers, click here.last_img read more

Meet the fundraiser: Kidscan’s Chair of Trustees, Brian Wroe

first_img  116 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis3 Howard Lake | 10 March 2016 | News Tagged with: trustees Meet the fundraiser: Kidscan’s Chair of Trustees, Brian Wroe  115 total views,  1 views today Brian Wroe is Chair of the board of trustees at children’s cancer charity Kidscan. An active fundraiser for the charity, he explains here what his role is and how he undertakes it.He has served as Chair since 2010. Before that he spent 32 years in the police force, rising to Chief Superintendent of Greater Manchester Police from 2001 to 2004. He also worked as Assistant Director in charge of Community Services at Salford Council.He got involved in Kidscan while he was working in the police shortly after the charity was established locally.At Kidscan he has demonstrated that trustees can be active fundraisers whilst providing leadership and governance. He took part in last year’s Salford 10K Road Race, along with his family. At Christmas, he hosted an event in Manchester at which many major sponsors of Kidscan’s  pledged money or support. His daughter Joanne is showing her support by running the Manchester 10K for Kidscan in May.He argues that being Chair of the board involves acting as a figurehead and helping to demonstrate credibility. He said:“People will ask “why should I give my money to the Kidscan charity rather than to someone else?””The work of the Chair is central to helping answer that question. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis3 Advertisement 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 Researching massive growth in giving.last_img read more

New York Moving Toward E-15 Approval

first_img By Hoosier Ag Today – Sep 6, 2016 Facebook Twitter The New York Department of Agriculture and Markets is proposing a new rule to allow the sale of E-15. The new rule would apply to all vehicles model year 2001 and newer. New York State consumes over 5.5 billion gallons of gasoline annually, making it the fourth largest gasoline market in the country. POET and Growth Energy have worked extensively over the last two years to get this regulation updated. “This proposal marks a major victory for consumers,” said Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor. “Consumers will gain access to cleaner and more affordable choices at the pump. E-15 is already used on the race track in Watkins Glen (NY) and if this proposal is approved, drivers will get to experience the same economic, environmental, and performance-enhancing benefits.”Skor points out that E-15 is already approved for nearly 90 percent of the cars on the road today. By increasing biofuel blends, she said America can reduce its dependence on foreign oil, cut carbon emissions, and reduce the need for toxic additives to gasoline that are associated with cancer, contaminated water, and smog.Source: NAFB News Service SHARE SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News New York Moving Toward E-15 Approval New York Moving Toward E-15 Approval Previous articleClosing CommentsNext articleSoybean Use Exceeded USDA Expectations Hoosier Ag Today Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

‘Bachelor’ spoilers: did Olivia Caridi survive cliffhanger?

first_img‘Liters for Life’ student campaign raises funds for global water crisis Host Chris Harrison called the comment “the shot heard ’round the world.”The contestants on the show wanted Higgins to revoke Caridi’s rose and kick her off of the show for the comment.The final six contestants are Lauren Bushnell, Caila Quinn, Emily Ferguson, Becca Tilley, Amanda Stanton and JoJo Fletcher.“The Bachelor” continues next Monday at 7 p.m. CT on ABC.[<a href=”//” target=”_blank”>View the story “TCU Alumna Eliminated from ‘The Bachelor’” on Storify</a>] Kat Matthews Kat Matthews is a managing editor for TCU360. She is an active coffee enthusiast and spends more time playing with her dog than she should. Kat also lives in the TCU Convergence Center, so if someone wanted to make her day, that someone should send a large pizza her way. printBachelor Ben Higgins left TCU alumna Olivia Caridi stranded on an island in this week’s episode of The Bachelor. Literally.Caridi’s future on the show was uncertain after a cliffhanger ended last week’s episode. But she received a rose at the beginning of this week’s episode, despite many of the women trying to convince Higgins to send her home.Their wish would be granted later. The women headed to the Bahamas, where Caridi went on a two-on-one date with Higgins and Emily Ferguson.When the date was over, Higgins gave Ferguson a rose and left Caridi on an island, ending her run on the show.Caridi seemed shocked by the move. She received the first-impression rose in the first episode but soon became the show’s villainess.Largely disliked by the other women, Caridi was recently targeted after she made a “Teen Mom” joke toward Amanda Stanton, a contestant who is a young mother. SGA elections: A guide to candidate platforms Kat Matthews A group picture of the women before the premiere of “The Bachelor.” Facebook Twitter Previous articleFrogs snap 7-game conference losing streakNext articleWomen and gender studies professor to talk research of female artists Kat Matthews RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Youngest TCU Graduate to date Kat Matthews TCU’s EIF plays with real money on Wall Streetcenter_img Twitter Linkedin ReddIt Fort Worth’s first community fridge program helps serve vulnerable neighborhoods Kat Matthews Seniors Speak Up about life lessons Linkedin Website| + posts Kat Matthews ReddIt TCU social work majors go into the field to help support Fort Worth’s homeless Facebooklast_img read more

Soccer can’t find equalizer against Kansas, falls in conference championship

first_imgReddIt Twitter + posts Jack Wallace Linkedin Jack Wallace Jack Wallace ReddIt Jack Wallace 2020/21 NFL Exit Interviews – NFC East Jack is a junior journalism major and studio art minor from Atlanta, Georgia. He enjoys everything sports and co-runs the Blanket Coverage podcast as well as photographs for TCU360. Facebook TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello Previous articleBlanket Coverage Podcast – NCAA Basketball PreviewNext articleQuiz: Which TCU head coach are you? Jack Wallace RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORcenter_img Facebook Jack Wallace TCU soccer Photo by Jack Wallace TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks TCU News Now 4/28/2021 2020/21 NFL Exit Interviews – NFC West Linkedin Twitter Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award TAGSsports printMessiah Bright dribbles past a Kansas defender in TCU’s regular-season draw against the Jayhawks. Photo by Jack Wallace.TCU soccer couldn’t find a second-half equalizer in the Big 12 Soccer Championship Final, falling to the Kansas Jayhawks 1-0. “I told the team that I was proud of the way we fought,” head coach Eric Bell said. “We gave ourselves a chance at the end to equalize. We created some big chances but hit the woodwork a couple of times and the goalkeeper came up big for them.”TCU and Kansas exchanged five shots apiece in a fairly even first half. The Frogs were shutout in the first half for the 11th time this season. The team is 3-5-3 when being shut out in the first 45 minutes. The action kicked up in the second half, with the Frogs outshooting the Jayhawks 13-9. Despite the shot differential, Kansas bagged the opening goal in the 55th minute and would hold onto the lead to clinch the Jayhawks’ first-ever Big 12 postseason title.Messiah Bright won her first career postseason award with the Offensive Player of the 2019 Big 12 Tournament. Photo by Jack WallaceThere was a silver lining to the loss, as Messiah Bright won the Most Outstanding Offensive Player of the postseason tournament for her two-goal performance.This loss puts TCU at 0-4 all-time in Big 12 Championship Finals, falling in 2012, 2016 and 2017 before this season. Next up for the Frogs is the NCAA Tournament which TCU has made three-straight appearances. The first of those three in 2016 was the first-ever NCAA tournament appearance for the program.“We’ve grown up the last three weeks and now I think we’re definitely one of the best 64 teams in the country,” Bell said. “This group deserves to be in the tournament. Hopefully, the committee sees that and we get the call tomorrow that we are in.”TCU awaits their tournament fate this Monday at 3:30 p.m. during the NCAA Selection Show. 2021 NFL Mock Draft (Part 1) Speciallast_img read more

Open letter to attorney-general about “Al Qaeda” threat to Iraqi community newspaper

first_img Receive email alerts Google experiments drop Australian media from search results Help by sharing this information Organisation RSF_en Yesterday, Reporters Without Borders wrote to attorney-general Philip Ruddock calling for urgent action in response to death threats against Al-Furat, a weekly serving Australia’s Iraqi community, by an anonymous caller claiming to belong to Al Qaeda. The letter asked Ruddock to take the threats seriously and to provide protection for the editor, Hussein Khoshnow, and his staff.“We believe it is important that the Australian authorities should find out who is responsible for these threats as quickly as possible so that Khoshnow is able to carry on working without any problem,” the letter said.An Iraqi of Kurdish origin who has lived in Australia since 1995, Khoshnow produces an Arabic and English-language secular newspaper with a circulation of about 20,000. On 14 January, a man claiming to belong to the terrorist organisation Al-Qaeda left messages on Khoshnow’s answering machine in which he threatened to destroy the newspaper’s offices in Sydney and Melbourne, and to “massacre” Khoshnow and “all the Kurdish and Shiite Iraqis in Australia.”After listening to the messages, Khoshnow reported the matter to the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO), which, he said, did not show much interest. Thereafter, the ASIO has not informed him of any progress with the case.Khoshnow suspects the death threats were made because of his editorial support for Saddam Hussein’s execution and for keeping Australian troops in Iraq .Reporters Without Borders believes the Australian authorities should solve this case as soon as possible in part to ensure that Al-Furat continues to operate, and in part to prevent this kind of intimidation from undermining the diversity of the foreign community media. AustraliaAsia – Pacific News News RSF condemns Facebook’s blocking of journalistic content in Australia Follow the news on Australiacenter_img AustraliaAsia – Pacific to go further News News January 21, 2021 Find out more February 22, 2021 Find out more On eve of the G20 Riyadh summit, RSF calls for public support to secure the release of jailed journalists in Saudi Arabia January 31, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Open letter to attorney-general about “Al Qaeda” threat to Iraqi community newspaper November 19, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more

Lough Swilly RNLI launched after EPIRB signal activated at Mulroy Bay

first_img Lough Swilly RNLI launched after EPIRB signal activated at Mulroy Bay Homepage BannerNews Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA The Lough Swilly Lifeboat was launched this morning after an Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon signal was activated at Mulroy Bay.Lough Swilly Lifeboat along with the Mulroy Coastguard and Rescue 118 helicopter were tasked to the scene at around 7:40am.Upon arrival it emerged that the EPIRB device, which is fitted to all commercial boats, had become dislodged from a vessel and the operation was stood down.Press Officer with Lough Swilly Lifeboat Joe Joyce says while in this case there was no emergency, it was a very busy weekend for the service:Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Twitter Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ By News Highland – August 6, 2019 Facebook WhatsApp Pinterestcenter_img Google+ WhatsApp Twitter Previous articleDublin fan allegedly burns Tyrone flag after teams play off in OmaghNext articleSupermacs welcome ruling stopping McDonalds trademarking ‘Mc’ News Highland DL Debate – 24/05/21 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programmelast_img read more