Illovo Sugar Limited (ILLOVO.mw) listed on the Malawi Stock Exchange under the Food sector has released it’s 2009 annual report.For more information about Illovo Sugar Limited (ILLOVO.mw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Illovo Sugar Limited (ILLOVO.mw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Illovo Sugar Limited (ILLOVO.mw) 2009 annual report.Company ProfileIllovo Sugar Limited is a South African-based enterprise and Africa’s largest producer of raw sugar and sugar brands produced from sugar cane grown by its own agricultural operations and independent growers. It operates in six African countries and exports products to sub-Saharan Africa, the European Union and the United States. Illovo Sugar Malawi is based in Limbe in the Blantyre District. Illovo Sugar Limited operates in four segments; cane growing, sugar production, downstream and co-generation products. The Cane Growing division grows sugar cane which is used in the production of sugar productions. The Sugar Production division manufactures and markets Illovo Sugar brands. The Downstream and Co-generation division manufactures and markets brands that are by-products of the production process, including furfural and alcohol. Illovo Sugar Limited also supplies surplus electricity generated in the sugar production process. Illovo Sugar Limited is a subsidiary of Associated British Foods plc. Illovo Sugar Limited is listed on the Malawi Stock Exchange
Real Estate Investments Zambia PLC (REIZ.zm) listed on the Lusaka Securities Exchange under the Property sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the half year.For more information about Real Estate Investments Zambia PLC (REIZ.zm) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Real Estate Investments Zambia PLC (REIZ.zm) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Real Estate Investments Zambia PLC (REIZ.zm) 2015 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileReal Estate Investments Zambia PLC (REIZ), listed on the Lusaka Securities Exchange (LuSE), is the leading real estate investment, development and management company in Zambia. Originally the North Western Rhodesia Farmers Co-operative in the 1920’s, secured the current location of Central Park on Cairo Road as a collection centre for farming produce. The Co-op went through various guises until after independence in 1964 when it was renamed the Zambian Farmers Co-operative. The construction of the Farmers House building was completed in the 1970’s, hence the name by which that property became known.
Tagged with: Blackbaud Consulting & Agencies Technology Howard Lake | 14 October 2010 | News 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. Software and services provider Blackbaud Europe has become the first technology partner and lead sponsor for SOFII, the Showcase of Fundraising Innovation and Inspiration. The SOFII Foundation will use Blackbaud’s technology to better serve its members.“With Blackbaud’s support, SOFII will be able to reach out to more fundraisers, providing them with innovative ideas and information so they can make an even greater difference for the causes they serve,” said Ken Burnett, The SOFII Foundation’s managing trustee.Over the past two years SOFII has published 300 editorials and special exhibits comprising more than 750 pages of fundraising content.Each month around 10,000 fundraisers consult this archive of expertise and experience.“We are excited to be working with SOFII, to help with the website’s development, communications and the associated relationship management,” said Martin Jervis, Blackbaud Europe’s managing director. “We see SOFII as an increasingly important resource for fundraisers all over the world, so it’s vital that it can communicate regularly, appropriately, and effectively with all its important audiences; tailoring that communication to its users’ needs.”www.sofii.org 31 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Blackbaud becomes SOFII’s technology partner
The following obituary about the life of Miguel Urbano Rodrigues was published on May 27 by the editors of the Portuguese-language website ODiario. It was translated by WW managing editor John Catalinotto, who participated in the three conferences at Serpa described below and is a contributor to the ODiario.info site.ODiario.info informs its readers and friends of the death of its founder and publisher Miguel Urbano Rodrigues.Born in Moura, in the Alentejo region of Portugal in 1925, the son of a journalist father and writer, in the midst of a family of well-to-do republican [anti-monarchy] farmers, he lived through the establishment of the Estado Novo [fascist] dictatorship while absorbing the influence and inspiration of the people of his native soil who refused to submit.Miguel Urbano Rodrigues attended the Faculty of Letters of Lisbon. He came to be editor of Diário de Notícias (beginning in 1949) and editor-in-chief of Diário Ilustrado. A young man endowed with unusual intellectual curiosity and talent, and committed to the causes of the people, he found himself constrained and threatened by the fascist regime that gagged and imprisoned his country.Exiled in Brazil, he was an editorialist of the daily newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo (1957 to 1974) and international editor of Visão magazine (1970 to 1974). During this period, he accompanied or intervened in key events weakening the fascist regime on the international arena, namely the assault on the regime’s ship “Santa Maria” and the progression of the MPLA [Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola] and PAIGC [liberation organization in Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde] struggle against Portuguese colonialism. In 1963 he joined the Portuguese Communist Party.He returned to Portugal shortly after April 25, 1974, at the height of the explosion of popular enthusiasm, incorporating himself in the construction of the democratic regime as a militant communist. He was the editor of the PCP weekly newspaper, Avante! in 1974 and 1975 and director of the newspaper O Diário from 1976 to 1985. He was president of the Municipal Assembly of Moura [the equivalent of mayor] from January 1986 to June 1988, a member of the Assembly of the Republic from 1990 to 1995, and also a member of the Parliamentary Assemblies of the European Council and the Western European Union.While in exile he developed a vast network of working contacts and ties of friendship and cooperation with numerous progressive political personalities of Latin America. On his return to Portugal he carried out numerous missions of a political or journalistic character and expanded his vast network of international cooperation and solidarity.Miguel Urbano Rodrigues was the founder of the website periodical resistir.info in 2002 and of the site ODiario.info in 2006. He was the main promoter of the memorable “Civilization or Barbarism” meetings at the small city of Serpa [in the Alentejo] in the years 2004, 2007 and 2010, where numerous local activists and some of the most prominent progressive intellectuals from the five continents of the world gathered to discuss the issues of the revolutionary transformation of society.A tireless traveler and observer, an exceptional intellectual who nevertheless assumed and demanded no special attention in all the latitudes in which he lived or visited, he leaves us an extensive work encompassing diverse genres, always inspired by the understanding and celebration of the condition and action of the individual in the revolutionary transformation of humans and society, in the supreme achievement of Justice and Happiness.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
News UpdatesMCA vs Dehli Gymkhana Club : NCLT Says ‘Using Public Plot In Lutyens Delhi On ₹1000 Annual Rent For Pastimes Prejudicial To Public Interest’ Karan Tripathi30 Jun 2020 10:55 PMShare This – xThe National Company Law Tribunal, Principal Bench at New Delhi, has directed the Central Government to constitute a special committee to look into the functioning of the Delhi Gymkhana Club. The Principal Bench headed by Acting President BSV Prakash Kumar has further directed the General Committee of the Club to not carry out the following activities: proceed with …Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe National Company Law Tribunal, Principal Bench at New Delhi, has directed the Central Government to constitute a special committee to look into the functioning of the Delhi Gymkhana Club. The Principal Bench headed by Acting President BSV Prakash Kumar has further directed the General Committee of the Club to not carry out the following activities: proceed with any construction on site make any policy decision make any changes to the Memorandum of Association or Articles of Association utilise funds received from members conduct balloting The General Committee, however, is allowed to carry out the day to day functions of the club by utilising funds other than the fee collected from the members. The order has come in a company petition moved by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs against the General Committee of the Delhi Gymkhana Club under section 241(2) of the Companies Act, 2013, alleging that the affairs of the club are being conducted in manners prejudicial to the public interest. Therefore, the Central Government has sought Tribunal’s direction to allow it to nominate 15 persons as Directors on the General Committee of the Club to manage the affairs of it and report to this Tribunal on such matters as it may direct, including restructuring of the Club. While holding that the affairs of the club are, prima facie, being conducted in a manner prejudicial to public interest, the Tribunal directed the Centre to appoint two of its nominees of its choice as Members in the General Committee to monitor the affairs of the Club along with other GC Members and give suggestions to the GC. The Tribunal has further directed: ‘direct the Union of India to constitute a Special Committee with five Members of its choice to enquire into the affairs of the Club, utility of the land leased out by the State, with regard to constructions in progress without requisite approvals or with approvals, suggestions for changes in Articles and Memorandum of Association, membership issues including waitlist and about accelerated membership, adherence of the Club to the Rules governed by Section 8 of the Companies Act 2013 and other miscellaneous issues if any and file report of recommendations suggesting for better use of the club premises for the larger good in a transparent manner on equity basis within two months hereof.’ In order to justify the notion that the club is being run in a manner prejudicial to public interest, the Tribunal remarked: ‘Government owned land, is run by a coterie of people bringing in the children of permanent members and children’s children for using facilities of the club despite several members remaining outside for decades together, when Government Officer retires taking him into private members quota, and using crores of rupees collected from waitlist members as its own money, and using public property of 27 acres of land in the Lutyen’s Delhi adjacent to Prime Minister residence worth of thousands of crores on minimal annual rent of ₹1000 annual rent for lazing around in the evening for drinking amounts to prejudice to the public interest, all these are born out from the records, of course any interpretation could be given, but they cannot deny the fact that the club is basically for pastimes.’Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Story
Facebook Search operation underway in Derry Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleProcess of building social housing a ‘circus’Next articleDonegal civil servants hope to benefit from a new working hubs News Highland By News Highland – February 19, 2021 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook Twitter Google+ WhatsApp WhatsApp A search operation is underway this morning in Derry following a report that a device has been left in the Racecourse Road area of Derry.To facilitate the search, Skeoge Link Road will be closed for several hours. Diversions are in place via Culmore Road and the city centre.In a statement, Superintendent Catherine Magee said that police appreciate the inconvenience this road closure may cause for people affected by this incident.As enquiries continue, police are appealing to the local community, and to people travelling through the area, that if they notice anything suspicious they should contact police immediately on 999.Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact police on the non-emergency number 101. Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Pinterest Homepage BannerNews Pinterest Community Enhancement Programme open for applications
carlballou/iStock(DALLAS) — Gunfire erupted near a vigil for one of two victims slain in a weekend shooting at an off-campus homecoming party for Texas A&M University-Commerce, even as a massive manhunt was going on for the suspected killer of the man being mourned, authorities said.Friends and loved ones of Kevin Berry Jr., 23, were gathered in St. Augustine Park in Dallas around 7 p.m. Sunday when someone started shooting in a parking lot, sending mourners scrambling for cover.A news crew from ABC affiliate station WFAA-TV was at the vigil and recorded footage of the chaos that occurred when dozens of gunshots rang out.The gunfire came toward the end of the vigil for Berry, a father of two, after his grieving sister, Taviara, told WFAA her family has been “torn apart” by her brother’s untimely death.“This is senselessness how shootings like this happen,” she said just moments before gunfire sent panic through those congregated to remember Berry.“My brother was a good person,” Taviara said. “He took care of his family, he loved everybody, and he didn’t have any enemies.”No one was injured in the St. Augustine Park shooting.Berry was one of two men killed early Sunday when a gunman opened fire inside a crowded off-campus party to celebrate the Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions football team’s homecoming victory on Saturday over Western New Mexico, according to the Hunts County Sheriff’s Office. More than a dozen other people were shot or injured in the stampede to get out of the building, officials said.The gunman who opened fire escaped by apparently blending into the crowd of terrified revelers running from the party venue, police said.Investigators were still trying to identify the suspect on Monday. The only description given to investigators is that the gunman was a man and was wearing a blue hoodie, police said.Hunts County Sheriff Randy Meeks said about 750 people were at the party when the deadly gunfire erupted just after midnight on Sunday.Meeks said the homecoming event was not sanctioned by Texas A&M University-Commerce, but many students from the school 65 miles northeast of Dallas attended the party in Greenville, Texas.Mark Rudin, president of the university, said in a statement that four students enrolled at the school were among those injured in the shooting.Rudin said in an updated statement on Monday that counselors will be made available to students heading back to classes and that group support sessions would also be organized for students.“Collectively, we will work to overcome the pain, hurt, and sorrow that many within the Lion Family are feeling,” Rudin said in his statement.Meeks said the shooting at the homecoming party occurred about 15 minutes after a Hunts County Sheriff’s Department sergeant and deputy were sent to the scene after getting a complaint about vehicles illegally parked on the shoulder of a nearby highway.He said a group called Good Fellows hosted the event and had hired a police officer from nearby Farmersville to provide security.Meeks said the unidentified gunman entered the venue through a back door and immediately shot one man with a handgun and then turned his weapon on the crowd of partygoers, many dressed in Halloween costumes.“His first victim, we think, may have been his target victim and the rest of them are just random,” Meeks said, adding that at least 10 victims were wounded by gunfire and others were hurt in the rush to get out of the building.One witness, Ashley Johnson, told WFAA that she was with a friend when they heard four or five shots.“Me and my friend just instantly ducked, tried to crawl to the front,” Johnson said.She and her friend got separated when she followed a crowd into the kitchen. She said a young man whom she didn’t know helped her and others climb out a broken window.“I don’t know who he was but I thank him,” Johnson said. Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
PeopleImages/iStockBY: LEIGHTON SCHNEIDER(NEW YORK) — Dr. Sujana Chandrashaker, a top ear, nose, and throat specialist in New York and northern New Jersey, started reading about COVID-19 in medical journals and began tracking the virus clinically in early March. She was shocked and scared by what she saw.Dr. Chandrashaker spoke to ABC’s Cheri Preston, the host of ABC News’ “Perspective’ Podcast, about what she’s experienced and say’s there is a fear in the city that is similar to the time after 9/11, but there is a major difference between the two. “After 9/11, we were all in it together. We were not a danger to each other, we weren’t going to bring 9/11 home to our families. With this I have to tell you, I was so anxious that today was going to be my last healthy day on Earth for the first two weeks of this,” she said. Governors across the country are beginning to re-open their states, allowing residents to go to places like restaurants, barbershops, and malls, despite warnings from health officials, who say they virus could spread further. Dr. Chandrashaker says the battle between politics and medicine is hurting our society, but she understands why there is a push to re-open.“We can’t keep our country and our world closed forever. People have to eat. People have to work. People need the mental health of getting away from their families for some amount of time during the day. Our kids need the mental health break of being with their friends of doing all the things that we used to do a month ago, she said.”She says we can’t let our guard down as we go back to more normal activities. “As we start opening our world for commerce, we need to know that we still need to physically distance ourselves. We still need to be six feet from other people, and we still need to be wearing a mask. We still need to be wearing gloves even if we go shopping and we still need to wash our hands for 20 seconds, that’s going to happen for a long time. Americans are not used to wearing masks in life and we have to get used to doing that, she said.”Eventually, offices and other workplaces will re-open as more restrictions are lifted. Dr. Chandrashaker says if workers are stressed, or have anxiety, about being close to co-workers then they shouldn’t be forced to go back in.“I think if you don’t have to go in and you’ve been working from home, why shouldn’t you continue? If you are getting all the work of your company done and you don’t have to be there, and you can be on a conference call and you can be on a Zoom call and you can be this and you can be that. I think we’re actually going to see a difference in the way a significant percentage of businesses do business, she said.”In her world changes have already started with doctors seeing patients via telemedicine and she says even more changes will come. “We are all making our waiting rooms safer, our schedules lighter, so that we can, in fact, see fewer people. You don’t have that stereotypical waiting room of a doctor’s office where everyone’s leafing through the same magazines and coughing on each other. That’s not going to happen again, she said.”Even with the new set up, having patients come into an office might be the last resort for doctors. “I can see you by telemedicine and then say, you know what, I want to do this treatment. And if you’re not feeling better when we meet again by telemedicine, I really do need you to come in and because you are elderly or have an underlying disease, you’re gonna be the 8:00 patient. So you’re going to get in, get out and leave, she said.”She already has a plan for her Wayne, New Jersey office if she needs to be in the room with a patient. “You’re gonna wait in your car and we’re gonna call you in your car and tell you when to come upstairs. You’re even just going to like race through the waiting room and get right into the exam room and then race back out and do all the paperwork. All the front desk work can be done remotely. Frankly, I think we’re going to go through a full cycle of this, which means we’re going to go through essentially a year of this, she said.”All across the country, we see people having more empathy for their fellow citizens, whether it’s wearing a mask to protect someone on the street, or reaching out to someone alone and isolated. Dr. Chandrashaker thinks this needs to continue, especially for the healthcare workers fighting the virus.“I think we have to know that there’s going to be a lot of recovery, whether it’s physical recovery. I will tell you, I mean, the clapping for the healthcare workers, it’s really wonderful. We will need help for a long time. None of us signed up for a constant flow of death and destruction. I think the fact that we are seeing such positive outpouring of affection from people is really helping the health care workers, the frontline workers, she said.”Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.