AngloGold Ashanti Limited (AGA.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Mining sector has released it’s 2010 annual report.For more information about AngloGold Ashanti Limited (AGA.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the AngloGold Ashanti Limited (AGA.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: AngloGold Ashanti Limited (AGA.gh) 2010 annual report.Company ProfileAngloGold Ashanti Limited is a global mining company with extensive interests in the Americas, Continental Africa, South Africa and Australasia. It boasts a portfolio of 17 operations and 3 projects in 10 countries, including long-life, relatively low-cost operating assets with differing ore body types located in key gold-producing regions. The company was formed in 2004 through the merger of AngloGold and the Ashanti Goldfields Corporation. There are seven mines in the Continental Africa region, of which 6 are operational. In Ghana, the company has two mines; Iduapriem and Obuasi. AngloGold Ashanti Limited is the third-largest gold mining company in the world, measured by production. In addition to its mining operations, it has established several exploration programmes in regions around the world. AngloGold Ashanti Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
Intravenous Infusions Limited (IIL.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Pharmaceuticals sector has released it’s 2020 interim results for the half year.For more information about Intravenous Infusions Limited (IIL.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Intravenous Infusions Limited (IIL.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Intravenous Infusions Limited (IIL.gh) 2020 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileIntravenous Infusions Limited (IIL) was incorporated in 1969 and began operations in 1974 as the first pharmaceutical company producing intravenous fluids in Ghana. The main business activity of IIL is the production of intravenous infusions for therapeutic purposes. Intravenous infusion therapy, commonly called IV, refers to the administration of fluids, drugs, or blood directly into the circulatory system through a vein. Intravenous Infusions Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS “The aspirations for the IRFU are that in any single year, we would want to win the RBS Six Nations Championship, but also have our provincial teams winning the Heineken Cup and the RaboDirect Pro 12. The key is finding the balance to allow this to happen, but not disadvantage one over the other and always remembering that a successful Ireland team is the catalyst for success at all levels below that. This new strategy is essential to put Irish Rugby in the best position to reach that.”*The Connacht professional side is external to this process as it has recently commenced a new programme of structural and performance development agreed with the IRFU IRFU Chief Executive Philip Browne said, “The challenges for the IRFU and the provincial teams are to continue to try to be successful at all levels, but balance this by recognising the model under which Irish Rugby has produced that success over the last 12 years. The provincial teams have contributed hugely to the achievements of the Ireland team, but it is important to remember that the Ireland team is the marquee competitive outlet for the game in Ireland and also the financial mechanism that funds rugby at all levels.“On this basis, it is essential that the Ireland team is given every opportunity to remain competitive at international level and to do that, it requires Irish qualified players to gain continuous experience at club and provincial level.“Equally, non Irish qualified players have delivered much value and support to the success of the provincial teams and development of Irish players over the last number of years. The intention is that this will continue, but not to the detriment of the progress of Irish qualified players in key positions.“The refinements continue to allow the provinces to sign overseas players who will not alone play for the Province but critically allow young Irish players to learn from these players and put this knowledge into practice by taking over the position once that player’s contract is completed. The Irish Rugby Football Union today announced some refinements to its professional player contract policy to further support the national succession strategy for the Ireland team to come into effect from Season 2013/14. .The challenge for the IRFU in an increasingly competitive environment is to strike a long term balance between success for the Ireland team, through exposing Irish players at the highest level of the professional club game in the Heineken Cup and RaboDirect Pr12 and the needs of the provincial teams in terms of the recruitment of quality overseas playing talent to complement Irish qualified players.The Ireland team remains the financial engine that supports each of the four provincial teams and so it is a critical objective for Irish Rugby that the Ireland team remains competitive in the long term by being populated by suitably experienced Irish qualified players. The opportunity to build this experience is primarily through time on the field in top level competitions.To support this strategy and following an extended period of consultation which took place with the Professional Game Boards of the provincial teams and the national team management the, following principles have now been agreed by the Union. The following principles are designed to deliver at least two suitably experienced Irish players in all 15 field positions for national team selection:One non Irish eligible (NIE) player only in each of the 15 field positions across the provinces of Leinster, Munster and Ulster e.g. one foreign player allowed across all three teams per position.*For the season 2013/14 and onwards, for any given position involving a contracted NIE player, a province will not be permitted to renew that NIE player contract or bring in a new NIE player into that same position in its squad.All future provincial injury replacement players must be eligible for selection for Ireland.All future provincial non Irish eligible player contracts will be position specific.*The Connacht professional side is external to this process as it has recently commenced a new programme of structural and performance development agreed with the IRFUThe desired outcome of the changes to contract policies is that Irish qualified players who have progressed through the provincial academy systems will see greater opportunities for professional game time experience, allowing both the IRFU and provinces to deliver the maximum amount of value for the €2.5million that is invested annually across the four provincial academies.The overall objective of the new policies is that there will be a minimum of two Irish qualified players per position playing in the Heineken Cup and RaboDirect Pro 12 as first choice selections. The refinement in the contract policies will be operated in such a manner as to enable the professional teams to enjoy continuing success at both National and Provincial levels.
Fiji show progress with Pacific Nations Cup triumph Don’t miss Rugby World’s Pacific Islands special – the September 2018 issue is on sale until the end of August. Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. World Rugby General Manager High Performance Peter Horne, who is the man behind the Combine idea, explains: “We’re trying to work on the athletic development of players earlier so then you get a better player at Test level.“It was a partnership with the three unions, the players’ association and World Rugby to try to improve the development of locally-based players. Then we’re looking for a professional environment where they can grow and develop, with the ultimate goal of improving the quality of players available for the Test side.”Lead role: Scott Wisemantel coached England in South Africa after working on the Pacific Combine (Getty Images)In terms of the selection process, project lead Scott Wisemantel, England’s backs coach on their summer tour to South Africa, and his fellow coaches were looking to identify those with the best rugby ability, athleticism and effort, the last point taking in both what they did on the field and in their team environment off the field.The 30 players picked came together for the week-long Combine in Fiji’s capital Suva where they took part in medical screenings, fitness tests and numerous rugby drills. Women’s rugby growing fast in Oceania Why there needs to be a Pacific Islands Super Rugby team Collapse We reflect on the 2018 Pacific Nations Cup,… Pacific Combine creates new player pathway on islandsPlayers involved in this year’s World Rugby Pacific Challenge tournament in Suva, Fiji, weren’t just competing for the trophy but selection for the first Pacific Combine.The goal of the Combine is to identify talent, improve it and then place players in a professional environment where they can continue to grow. It was a short programme but an effective one, and most importantly it is helping to develop players who will represent the Pacific Islands on the international stage rather than other countries.PACIFIC ISLANDS SPECIAL – NEW RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE OUT NOWAs all of the 30 players selected – 13 from Fiji Warriors, nine from Samoa A and eight from Tonga A – had been representing the allotted national second teams in the Pacific Challenge, they were already ‘captured’ for their country under World Rugby regulations. Plus, the tournament rules had been tweaked so squads contained predominantly U23 players to focus on the younger generation.MORE FROM RUGBY WORLD ON THE PACIFIC ISLANDS Expand LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Women’s rugby growing fast in Oceania Rugby World finds out what the state of… Rugby World finds out what those in the… Rugby World gets the lowdown on the Pacific Combine – how it works and which players have been identified Star turn: Melani Matavao, who earned a pro contract through the Combine, scores for Samoa against Germany (Getty Images) Expand Why there needs to be a Pacific Islands Super Rugby team TAGS: FijiSamoaTonga You can watch the film of what happened at the Combine here…Their talent may have been somewhat raw but the potential was obvious and clubs in Australia and New Zealand then came in to offer contracts to several players.It was important that players were placed with clubs that could offer the necessary support – leaving the islands to play professionally can be a culture shock for some – and Pacific Rugby Players were involved to ensure the players’ interests were looked after in negotiations as well as to educate players about contracts and agents generally.Progress: Frank Lomani in action for Fijian Drua in Australia’s NRC (Getty Images)At present the focus is on clubs in Australia and New Zealand as they are so much closer to the islands. As Horne says: “We want players who are identified to initially stay close to home so they can mature and grow and develop the skills to be a professional player before going elsewhere. There have been issues when players go to Europe too early.“This way they can become better players while being close to home. It’s vitally important we try to develop the soft skills of a player as that makes them better rugby players. Things like managing money, understanding contracts and so on.”New deal: Henry Stowers earned a contract with Western Force (Getty Images)In all, six players from the Combine were offered contracts. Fiji scrum-half Frank Lomani is at Melbourne Rebels while Samoa No 9 Melani Matavao is with Mitre 10 Cup side Otago. Henry Stowers joined Western Force and John Ika is at Hawke’s Bay while Charlie Pahulu and Fetuli Paea should link up with North Harbour once their work permits are agreed.The islands are already reaping the benefits given how well Lomani and Matavao played for their Test sides this summer and Combines are planned in both the Pacific and the Americas next year so more players will have a shot at professional contracts. Fiji show progress with Pacific Nations Cup triumph
Year: “COPY” Houses Kuroiwa Structural Engineers Photographs 2011 2011 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/528884/house-in-iizuka-rhythmdesign Clipboard ArchDaily House In Iizuka / Rhythmdesign Structural Engineers: House In Iizuka / RhythmdesignSave this projectSaveHouse In Iizuka / Rhythmdesign Main Contractor: Ikohouse corporation ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/528884/house-in-iizuka-rhythmdesign Clipboard Area: 69 m² Area: 69 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects photographs: Koichi TorimuraPhotographs: Koichi Torimura “COPY” CopyAbout this officeRhythmdesignOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesIizukaHousesJapanPublished on July 27, 2014Cite: “House In Iizuka / Rhythmdesign” 27 Jul 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
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Melanie May | 28 October 2020 | News Tagged with: COVID-19 Research / statistics 114 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 Medical research charities risk losing over a third of fundraising income in 2020 Advertisement About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Medical research charities could lose almost 38% of their fundraising income this year, and over 25% next year, according to research by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR).Restrictions on fundraising events, charity shop closures and wider economic uncertainty are all contributing to these losses, the think tank found.In a new report, IPPR estimates that this lost charity income and the adverse economic conditions will cause a cumulative £7.8 billion shortfall in health research and development (R&D) investment between now and 2027 – equal to 10% of UK health R&D.This breaks down as:• Up to £4.1 billion less investment in health R&D by medical research charities, due to lost charitable income.• Up to £3.8 billion less investment from the private sector in UK health R&D, due to the above reduction in charitable investment and adverse economic conditions.IPPR estimates that of the £3.8 billion reduction in private sector investment, £1.3 billion is attributable to reduced charity sector spend.These figures constitute a ‘reasonable worst-case scenario’ according to the think tank. However, even in the best-case scenario, the study predicts £4.5 billion less R&D investment – £2 billion of which is attributable to lost charity income.The British Heart Foundation and Cancer Research UK were among the contributors to the research. BHF Chief Executive, Dr Charmaine Griffiths, said:“To overlook the scale of research funded by charities at this critical time would put life saving discoveries at risk, threaten our economic recovery and jeopardise the Government’s ambition to make the UK a global ‘science superpower’.“Charities have driven significant breakthroughs which have turned the tide on some of our biggest killers including heart disease and cancer. But without Government commitment to a Life Sciences-Charity Partnership Fund, charities will be forced to make devastating cuts to their research which will be hugely damaging for patients and UK science. At the BHF we have already halved our research investment from £100m to £50m this year.“Science has taken centre stage this year and the vital role of research has never been clearer. Keeping our scientific edge is essential to ensuring the UK economy gets back on track and enabling breakthroughs that save and improve lives.”
The field of legal and political battle has taken on even more sophisticated dimensions in the last few days, as Mumia Abu Jamal’s defenders devise and carry out new strategies that will help “keep open” a breach found in a recent decision by Judge Robert D. Mariani.On Sept. 1, the judge dismissed on a technicality part of Mumia’s lawsuit to receive medication from the Philadelphia Department of Corrections to treat his hepatitis C. At the same time, Mariani cited the DOC for having violated Mumia’s constitutional rights, the Eighth Amendment in particular, under the department’s own hepatitis C treatment protocol. The protocol applies to Mumia and the 6,000-plus prisoners held captive inside the clutches of the state who are infected with hepatitis C.While disappointing, Mumia’s advocates see new routes to securing not only the highly recommended antiviral treatment from the DOC, but in Mumia’s ultimate release from prison, too. Attorney Rachel Wolkenstein lays out a withering critique of the decades-long railroading that Mumia has been subjected to under false pretense:“A new legal action filed by Mumia Abu-Jamal in the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas on August 7, 2016, provides a path in the courts to overturn Mumia’s conviction and win his freedom. The legal underpinning is the recent precedent-setting U.S. Supreme Court decision Williams v. Pennsylvania, 136 S.Ct. 1989 (2016), which holds it is a violation of the due process right to an impartial tribunal free of judicial bias if a judge participating in a criminal appeal had ‘a significant personal involvement as a prosecutor in a critical decision’ in a defendant’s case.“Ronald D. Castille was a senior Assistant District Attorney during Mumia’s 1982 trial and the Philadelphia District Attorney during Mumia’s direct appeal of conviction and death sentence. Ronald D. Castille was a Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court during the entire period of Mumia’s appeals of his post-conviction proceedings from 1995-2008.“Castille’s role as both prosecutor and judge in Mumia’s case, in light of the Williams decision, opens the door to a court decision vacating (overturning and dismissing) all Pennsylvania Supreme Court denials of Mumia’s post-conviction petitions. If this new legal action succeeds, Mumia would get ‘do-overs’ to the legal challenges he made to the racist frame-up conviction, for which he has now spent close to 35 years in prison, almost thirty in solitary confinement on death row.” (rachelwolkenstein.net)Upon reflecting on the judge’s decision, both Mumia and lawyer Bob Boyle were optimistic. Mumia saw it as “a good beginning that a federal judge recognizes that what the commonwealth is doing, and has been doing for years, is not only unjust, but not right, unconstitutional.” (Democracy Now, Sept. 2)Bob Boyle, one of Mumia’s attorneys in this lawsuit, saw that an opening had been created in the decision and that, while the technicality issue didn’t sit well with himself and attorney Bret Grote, the situation provided room for rebuttal, which they will pursue.On the political front the following actions are planned:On Wednesday, Sept. 7, actions led by Pam Africa, Suzanne Ross, Johanna Fernandez, and other organizations and groups are planned in Philadelphia.On Monday, Sept. 12, Pam Africa, Mireille Fanon, Suzanne Ross and others will update activists at the Solidarity Center in New York City about the road ahead and the findings of a special United Nations commission that carefully examined the social and political conditions of people of African descent in the U.S.While the forces supporting Mumia continue along the victorious path of struggle, it helps to remember the observations by comrade Amílcar Cabral:“Tell no lies, claim no easy victories. A luta continua.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
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Today we’ve got the latest on the Kavanaugh investigation, how Jeff Flake really feels about Trump, and how the new chain owner of Whole Foods is treating its employees.Obama chooses to endorse Ocasio-CortezFirst things first–women in politics are making huge waves and The Hill has reported a possible new House candidate in town.And for those who thought they couldn’t like Former President Barack Obama more, they now have new reasons to appreciate him.via GIPHYObama announced he’s endorsing female House candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. She’s been making a buzz ever since she beat fourth-ranking House Democrat Rep. Joseph Crowley in a June primary election. “…Our incredible array of candidates up and down the ticket, all across the country, make up a movement of citizens who are younger, more diverse, more female than ever before,” Obama said.Obama endorsed 81 Democratic candidates earlier this year and said he liked to hone in on races that were closer because he felt his support would make more of a difference in the midterm elections.Meanwhile, current President Trump takes steps backwards for womankindvia GIPHYTrump’s facial expression in the gif above couldn’t have expressed many peoples’ thoughts any better when he told an ABC reporter she “never thinks.”Business Insider reported Trump mocked ABC’s Cecilia Vega after he called on her during a press conference Monday.“I’m not thinking, Mr. President,” said Vega as she stood up trying to compose herself.Now this is where things took a wild turn.“That’s OK,” said Trump. “I know you’re not thinking. You never do. Now, go ahead.”She proceeded to ask Trump if he limited the reach of the F.B.I. investigation on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.Trump refused to answer Vega’s question as well as another female reporter’s question.Jeff Flake isn’t Trumps biggest fanSenator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) was the driving force behind opening an investigation of Supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.Newsweek reported Flake has been adamant that he would never “warm” to Trump, especially after Trump’s comments towards former President Barack Obama, late Senator John McCain and Mexicans.Flake said he hopes someone will give Trump a run for his money in the 2020 primaries.Flake said his decision to encourage an F.B.I. investigation was influenced by the confrontations of sexual assault victims Friday.“I just knew we couldn’t move forward, that I couldn’t move forward, without hitting the pause button,” said Flake.A blast from Kavanaugh’s pastThe New York Times reports that Brett Kavanaugh got into a bar fight in 1985 as an undergraduate student at Yale.According to the police report, one of Kavanaugh’s buddies, ex-NBA player Chris Dudley, was at the bar to witness and partake in the brawl.Dudley denied the accusation.Kavanaugh and his friends came to the bar, Demery’s, to have a couple of drinks after a UB40 concert. A man who was sitting near them looked like the lead singer, Ali Campbell.When the man got offended by their confused stares, he cursed and Kavanaugh threw his beer at him.Dudley has publicly supported the judge and argues against reports that his college friend drank immensely.Video proof sets four men freeFour dentists have rape charges dropped after video evidence proved their innocence.According to Las Vegas News, charges against Ali Badkoobehi and brothers Poria Edalat, Saman Edalat, and Sina Edalat were dismissed in court Monday before Judge Eric Goodman.The Edalat brothers are “grateful to the justice system for recognizing” they were falsely accused.Video evidence proved their innocence on accounts of sex assault, conspiracy to commit sex assault, and first-degree kidnapping.Whole Foods employees want justiceSome members of the Whole Foods staff are concerned that Amazon, the grocery chain’s new owner, is working towards cutting jobs and reducing wages.According to The Guardian, a union organization could be in the near future.A group of employees sent a letter to Whole Foods stores across the country on Sept. 6, voicing their concerns of how Amazon has changed the company.Amazon has implemented the “order-to-shelf system” which gives employees specific orders on how to store, display, and purchase items on shelves and in stock rooms.This where job security becomes an issue. An employee in New England said this goes to show Amazon is willing to pay someone $10 an hour to do such tasks rather than paying someone $15 an hour for their expertise in the food.Is it safe to say billionaire Jeff Bezos is having trouble paying his employees?In a statement made in March 2018, Whole Foods said job cuts were made to “support business needs.”That’s all we have for today. Check back tomorrow for more. Carolina Olivareshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/carolina-olivares/ ReddIt Carolina Olivareshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/carolina-olivares/ + posts Facebook Carolina Olivares What we’re reading: Former Vice President dies at 93, Chad President killed on frontlines Student expected to launch sports betting app Twitter Carolina Olivareshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/carolina-olivares/ Linkedin Boschini pushes to change alert system company Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington. 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