Turnstar Holdings Limited (TURNST.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Investment sector has released it’s 2013 abridged results.For more information about Turnstar Holdings Limited (TURNST.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Turnstar Holdings Limited (TURNST.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Turnstar Holdings Limited (TURNST.bw) 2013 abridged results.Company ProfileTurnstar Holdings Limited is a property investment company operating in Botswana and Tanzania. The company mainly invests in retail property, with some investment in commercial, residential and industrial properties. Turnstar Holdings Limited has maximised its property performance through proactive asset management, property management and leasing. Its diversified property portfolio includes prime retail destinations in Botswana: Game City Shopping Centre, one of the largest and busiest in Gaborone; Nzano Shopping Centre in Francistown; Supa Save Mall in Gaborone; and Mlimani Shopping Centre, a major retail destination in Dar Es Salaam. Turnstar Holdings Limited acquired its first office in Dubai in 2017, located in a prime real estate area between Al-Basari and Dubai Legends.
United Bank for Africa PLC (UBA.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2018 presentation For more information about United Bank for Africa PLC (UBA.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the United Bank for Africa PLC (UBA.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: United Bank for Africa PLC (UBA.ng) 2018 presentation Company ProfileUnited Bank of Africa Plc is a financial services institution in Nigeria offering banking products and services to the personal, commercial and corporate sectors. The company provides a full-service product offering ranging from transactional accounts, overdrafts and mortgage finance to domiciliary deposits, treasury services, asset management services, bonds, money market deposits and risk management solutions. United Bank of Africa Plc supports the agricultural sector through an agricultural credit support scheme which includes agro processing, an outgrowers scheme, equipment and mechanisation scheme and a tree crops replacement scheme. Founded in 1948, the company now has an extensive network of some 1 000 branches in the major towns and cities of Nigeria. Its head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. United Bank of Africa Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Stock markets have suffered a heavy blow over the last few months. The Covid-19 pandemic has ripped through the global economy. The virus continues to disrupt supply chains and weaken consumer demand. In the midst of this turmoil, online grocery retailers have experienced an explosion in demand for home delivery services. This comes as a result of more people staying inside and ordering deliveries to their homes during the pandemic.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Innovative online shoppingOne company supplying this service is Ocado (LSE: OCDO). Describing itself as “the world’s largest dedicated online grocery retailer”, the supermarket has no physical stores. 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England in trainingEngland will move their pre-tournament training base ahead of the RBS 6 Nations to Leeds.They will use facilities around the North Leeds area, including West Park Leeds RUFC – a Level 8 Yorkshire Division Two club – and weights facilities at the Leeds Rugby Academy at Kirkstall during their January 23-27 camp as they prepare to defend their RBS 6 Nations title. The area has recently hosted the England Under-17 and Under-18 squads.England have spent their January training week in Portugal for the last three years and while they will still be based at Pennyhill, Surrey, during Test weeks, Head Coach Stuart Lancaster explained the change of venue for this particular five days. DUNEDIN, NEW ZEALAND – SEPTEMBER 05: James Haskell of England (C) watches as his teammate tackle during an England IRB Rugby World Cup 2011 training session at Carisbrook on September 5, 2011 in Dunedin, New Zealand. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images) LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS “There are a variety of reasons we wanted to use a different venue centred around wanting to keep the camp in this country,” said Lancaster. “The main objectives of the camp are to spend some time together, building the team, reviewing the World Cup but more importantly working together on setting our goals for the Six Nations and beyond and getting on the same page with our rugby game plan. “By keeping it in England we can create a “new” feel to the camp, in what is a new start. It will allow us to train in conditions that we will be facing up at Murrayfield, create opportunities for the team to stay connected with the public, and allow us to invite in one or two people from outside of rugby to help us shape our future.“All the players have come through grassroots rugby and, with excellent facilities at West Park Leeds and the availability of local facilities and provision for poor weather options, Leeds was the best fit when we considered all the options. Hopefully it will also give a boost to rugby in the North and help in developing the game in the area.”
Photographs: Tom BlachfordSave this picture!© Tom BlachfordText description provided by the architects. Highbury Grove is defined by a street frontage of uniform federation style cottages set in orthogonal rows and folded in amongst leafy suburban gardens. The project was required to deal with the heritage street frontage and a lane way to the northern side of the property. The project responds by creating an architectural envelope that orientates to the north whilst providing privacy to the public laneway.Save this picture!© Tom BlachfordThe original character and detailed heritage front is expressed as a singular white silhouette. Spotted gum floors replaced a decaying timber flooring structure, whilst neglected fireplaces, previously stripped of their ornamentation are cleaned up and new hearths are placed at their feet.Save this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!© Tom BlachfordSave this picture!West-East SectionThe connection between the heritage architecture and the new addition is expressed as a singular moment cast in shadow. The user is squeezed into close contact with the concrete walls, causing a shortness of breath before a step up into a large hollow volume of open air and light. A catharsis for the senses.Save this picture!© Tom BlachfordSpace is loosely defined by a series of perpendicular heavy-set concrete block work walls. The first, a set of walls running the length of the site sit below a second set that align themselves to the northern aspect. Resting upon one another the concrete walls overlap and enclose the architectural space within. The apertures between the walls create framed views outwards towards neighbouring trees or to a courtyard garden of swamp banksia and Australian tree ferns.Save this picture!© Tom BlachfordSpotted gum joinery and pivot doors insert themselves in amongst the uniform concrete block work walls. The strong fiddle-back grain of the eucalyptus panels creates a series of figures that cascade themselves across the joinery. Each panel presenting itself as photographic slide that when combined morphs into a cinematic expression of a larger figurative movement.Save this picture!© Tom BlachfordA burnished concrete slab provides the foundation for this masonry composition to rest upon the earth. The athletic expression of steel lintels to the underside and tops of walls allow the user to read the tectonics and dynamism of the space. The project contrasts the medium of light and air against the heaviness of the concrete walls. The overlapping of the walls creates a loosely defined volume, holding air momentarily at any given time. Light dances across a broad spectrum of surfaces, creating an expansive movement through space.Save this picture!© Tom BlachfordProject gallerySee allShow lessTianjin Binhai Cultural Center / gmp ArchitectsSelected ProjectsXuhui Runway Park / SasakiSelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/904210/highbury-grove-ritz-and-ghougassian Clipboard CopyHouses, Adaptive Reuse•Australia “COPY” Architects: RITZ&GHOUGASSIAN Area Area of this architecture project 2017 Australia Save this picture!© Tom Blachford+ 22Curated by Fernanda Castro Share Houses Highbury Grove / RITZ&GHOUGASSIANSave this projectSaveHighbury Grove / RITZ&GHOUGASSIAN CopyAbout this officeRITZ&GHOUGASSIANOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentAdaptive reuseAustraliaPublished on October 22, 2018Cite: “Highbury Grove / RITZ&GHOUGASSIAN ” 22 Oct 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
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In the second week since the election of Donald Trump, protests have continued in Philadelphia and surrounding counties. On Nov. 16, over 200 demonstrators disrupted rush-hour traffic as they marched through Center City streets, often going against the flow.The action started at central police headquarters with a rally denouncing the Fraternal Order of Police for endorsing Trump. A key demand was to abolish the police. Speakers condemned Trump’s racism and bigotry and the ongoing epidemic of police brutality that both major party candidates failed to address. The protest ended at Rittenhouse Square, surrounded by multimillionaire condominiums. Four arrests resulted when police tried to block demonstrators from leaving the area.During the week, walkouts took place at several area colleges. Dozens of students from Haverford and Bryn Mawr marched on police headquarters in Ardmore, Pa., where they were confronted by police officers and other Trump supporters. Students called for an end to racist profiling and for the local police to withdraw from the FOP.Hundreds of students at Swarthmore College walked out of classes on Nov. 16, joining students at campuses around the U.S. calling for their schools to become sanctuaries for undocumented students, who are in danger of arrest and deportation.Swarthmore President Valerie Smith joined the students and issued a statement that read in part, “By initiating this petition, our community members are exercising their rights and power to raise their voices for social justice — a time-honored goal and tradition at Swarthmore.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this Anti-cop, anti-Trump protesters flood streets of Philadelphia, Nov. 16. Town hall meeting for J20 counter-inaugural and more.
TCU will not open as a polling location this year Twitter Cole DeLucahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/cole-deluca/ TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Twitter Cole DeLucahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/cole-deluca/ The TCU campus has been more empty than usual this year. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer) Linkedin Facebook + posts Cole DeLuca Cole DeLucahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/cole-deluca/ printTCU’s quarantine policy for students who are exposed to COVID-19 is the same for students living on and off campus, but their experiences with isolating are different. According to the TCU Connected Campus website, TCU requires students to get tested and quarantine for 14 days if they are exposed to COVID-19, regardless of whether they show any symptoms. Quarantined students must primarily stay within their rooms and temporarily take their in-person courses online.For on- and off-campus students, quarantining came with different experiences, with some being easier than others. Savannah Glenn, a junior business marketing major, said “being off-campus definitely made it easier to deal with as far as getting food and groceries and having your own space.” Jeff Stuart, a junior strategic communication major, said living off campus “has made quarantine a lot easier.”“They were very helpful in giving me ways to stay safe, [but] TCU didn’t monitor me since I live off campus,” Stuart said.Read more: Officials hopeful after COVID-19 cases drop Madi Alger, a first-year student who lives on-campus, had a different experience while in quarantine.“I think being on-campus made it harder because I had to share a bathroom and can’t get food delivered to my dorm,” she said.Alger said her roommate had to bring her food and she used the bathroom used by all the residents on her floor. Some students also had to adjust to the temporary move to online classes. Haley Atkins, a first-year student who lives on campus, said it was hard to hear some of her professors who weren’t standing close enough to the microphone. When asked how they felt about TCU making them quarantine for 14 days, both on and off-campus students said they understood why it was necessary.“I’m happy that TCU made me quarantine because it reassures me that TCU is taking the pandemic seriously,” said Alger.TCU will continue to ask both on and off-campus students who have been exposed to COVID-19 to quarantine. ReddIt World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution ReddIt Tarrant County Elections said results will not be delayed on election night TCU extends bus route and hours for Election Day Cole DeLucahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/cole-deluca/ Linkedin Facebook What we’re reading: Hurricane Delta could be updated to Category 4, Texas governor hints at bars reopening Previous articleThe faces behind Mask Up TCUNext articleNew ‘landing zones’ give TCU students a place to work Cole DeLuca RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Welcome TCU Class of 2025
Receive email alerts News IraqMiddle East – North Africa Organisation ————————————————————————–16.01.2006 – US military frees two Iraqi journalists after holding them for several monthsReporters Without Borders voiced relief today at the release yesterday of Majeed Hameed, a correspondent for the pan-Arab TV station Al-Arabiya, and Reuters cameraman Ali Omar Al Mashadani, who had been held by the US military for several months in the Camp Bucca detention centre.“We call on the US army to show more discernment and restraint in future in order to avoid arresting and holding journalists in an arbitrary manner,” the press freedom organisation said.“We reiterate our call for the release of two other imprisoned journalists, Abdel Amir Younes Hussein and Samer Mohamed Noor,” Reporters Without Borders added. “The US military should quickly produce evidence to support their allegations against these journalists or free them at once.”Mashadani was arrested after a search of his home during a routine sweep through his neighbourhood on 8 August. Hameed was arrested by US troops at the funeral of one of his relatives in Ramadi, north of Baghdad, on 15 September. Both were held all this time without any charges being brought against them. Repeated requests by their employers for information about the reasons for their arrests were never answered. Requests by lawyers, families and employers to visit the detainees were denied.Hussein and Noor are two other journalists working for international news media who have been held for several months without any grounds being given. Hussein, a CBS News cameraman, was arrested on 5 April. Noor, who works for Reuters, was arrested on 4 June. Both are still in Camp Bucca.Unidentified gunmen meanwhile attacked and killed Louai Salam Radeef, a cameraman with the satellite TV station Al-Baghdadia, on 12 January in Alshoola, north of Baghdad. They also injured his assistant, Amer Mohammed. Radeef was the 77th journalist to be killed in Iraq since the start of the war in March 2003.No group has yet claimed responsibility for the kidnapping of US freelance journalist Jill Carroll, who works for the Christian Science Monitor. Carroll was abducted on 7 January in the west Baghdad neighbourhood of Adel, while her Iraqi interpreter, Allan Enwlyah, was killed. A total of 35 journalists have been kidnapped in Iraq since the start of the war.Phil Sands, a British reporter for the Dubai-based, English-language newspaper Emirates Today, was kidnapped on 26 December and was freed by chance during a US army operation five days later without anyone ever noticing his absence. A US central command spokesman, Capt. Eric Clarke, told the press: “It was an amazing case. No-one ever knew Sands was missing.” Reporters Without Borders voiced relief at the release on 21 January 2006 of Samer Mohammed Noor, a cameraman working for British news agency Reuters, who has been held by the US Army in Iraq since 5 June 2005. News January 23, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 US Army releases Reuters cameraman after holding him for eight months Iraq : Wave of arrests of journalists covering protests in Iraqi Kurdistan News Follow the news on Iraq Help by sharing this information to go further RSF’s 2020 Round-up: 50 journalists killed, two-thirds in countries “at peace” RSF_en Three jailed reporters charged with “undermining national security” IraqMiddle East – North Africa December 28, 2020 Find out more Reporters Without Borders voiced relief at the release on 21 January 2006 of Samer Mohammed Noor, a cameraman working for British news agency Reuters, who has been held by the US Army in Iraq since 5 June 2005.Noor was arrested at his home in the Tall Afar district in northern Baghdad during a routine Iraqi army search. His brother, who was arrested at the same time, was released shortly afterwards.He reported that Iraqi soldiers had beaten the cameraman until he lost consciousness. He was then handed over to the US Army and was first held at Abu Ghraib prison before being transferred to Camp Bucca, near Basra.”We are relieved at the release of Samer Mohammed Noor but we do not understand the reasons for keeping him in detention for more than eight months, particularly since there was no concrete evidence against him”, the worldwide press freedom organisation said.“The American forces should provide an explanation for this and if they have made a mistake they should apologise to the cameraman, his family and the media which employs him”.Reporters Without Borders added that it was also repeating its appeal for the release of a journalist working for CBS News, Abdel Amir Younes Hussein, who has been held without trial for more than ten months.Hussein, a cameraman for CBS News is still being held at Camp Bucca prison. The US Army arrested him in Mosul on 5 April 2005 and he was at first held at Abu Graib before being transferred on 7 July to Camp Bucca. CBS News has several times condemned the continued detention of its cameraman and the legal confusion surrounding the case. The US military authorities have produced none of the evidence that they say they have against him. He has been denied access to a lawyer and refused visits from his family or employer. News February 15, 2021 Find out more December 16, 2020 Find out more