Sports betting 2nd April 2020 | By contenteditor AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter iGB, in partnership with sports data specialist Abelson Info, is providing an updated list of the sporting events taking place each weekday throughout the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.This will ensure our readers have a regularly updated roster of the sporting events happening that day.Basketball After no matches were played yesterday, China’s Super Basketball League returns today (2 April).Football There are no top football divisions playing today, with the highest level available the Belarusian Reserve League. Club friendlies may also be taking place.Golf The Verrado Founders’ Championship is not taking place today, leaving another Arizona-based event, the Cactus Tour at Sun City Country Club, as the day’s only golfing action.Greyhounds As usual, the racing takes place after Abelson’s 10:59am cut-off, so the tracks are not listed for the US and Australian events.Horse Racing Today we see an expanded US schedule, with races taking place at California’s Golden Gate Fields, Florida’s Gulfstream Park, Oaklawn Park in Arkansas and Remington Park in Oklahoma. The Australian schedule remains relatively full.Ice Hockey Matches in Russia’s Liga Pro are the only events of the day in ice hockey.Table Tennis We round off the day’s sporting action with table tennis, and matches in Russia and the Czech Republic.This list is not intended to be exhaustive, and all events are subject to change. iGB is working on adding an esports component to this round-up.Abelson Info was set up by Ed Abelson in 2003 to supply the bookmaking industry with the crucial sports data it required as the online betting industry began to boom. Starting with just a handful of employees and even fewer clients, the business has since grown and evolved to accommodate the ever-changing requirements of the industry.We now supply data and technical services to the majority of the top tier bookmakers and platform providers in the UK, along with many of the biggest media corporations and development firms across the world. We have a stellar reputation for delivering top quality data and are always on hand to support customers, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Email Address Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Topics: Sports betting 2 April: Where’s the action? iGB, in partnership with sports data specialist Abelson Info, is providing an updated list of the sporting events taking place each weekday throughout the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Tags: Mobile Online Gambling
Tol Gases Limited (TOL.tz) listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange under the Energy sector has released it’s 2017 annual report.For more information about Tol Gases Limited (TOL.tz) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Tol Gases Limited (TOL.tz) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Tol Gases Limited (TOL.tz) 2017 annual report.Company ProfileTol Gases Limited produces and distributes gases for the industrial and medical segment in Tanzania. Known as Tanzania Oxygen, the company provides oxygen, compressed air, carbon dioxide, inert, hydrogen, nitrogen, ammonia, argon, nitrous oxide, helium and acetylene gases. It also provides medical consumables and pipeline installation services. The company was founded in 1950 as a branch of African Oxygen and Acetylene Company, and then became a branch of East African Oxygen Limited of Kenya which was part of the BOC Gases Group. It was wholly-owned by the government of Tanzania between 1986 and 1994, and thereafter privatised and listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange. Tol Gases Limited is listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange
National Foods Holdings Limited (NTFD.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Agri-industrial sector has released it’s 2021 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about National Foods Holdings Limited reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the National Foods Holdings Limited company page on AfricanFinancials.Indicative Share Trading LiquidityThe total indicative share trading liquidity for National Foods Holdings Limited (NTFD.zw) in the past 12 months, as of 3rd May 2021, is US$1.04M (ZWL94.42M). An average of US$86.61K (ZWL7.87M) per month.National Foods Holdings Limited Interim Results for the Third Quarter DocumentCompany ProfileNational Foods is Zimbabwe’s largest food manufacturer. The company was established in 1920 and produces a broad range of basic foods including maize meal, flour, cooking oil, margarine, rice, salt, snacks, biscuits, pasta, sugar beans, baked beans, popcorn, as well as soap and a full range of animal feed. Recently, a maize based cereal has been added to the National Foods product portfolio. The company’s iconic and home-grown brands Red Seal, Pearlenta, Gloria, Mahatma, Better Buy, ZimGold, National Foods Stockfeeds, Iris, Zapnax, KING and most recently Allegros Popticorn are loved across the length and breadth of Zimbabwe. Gloria and Red Seal have been trusted and esteemed brands in Zimbabwe for almost a 100 years. The company has 2 major shareholders; Innscor Africa Limited 37.73% and Tiger Brands 37.45%. The National Foods Workers Trust, which was established in 1985 by way of a Donation also owns 9.85% of the company. The beneficiaries of the Trust are the National Foods Ltd non-managerial employees. The company is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange. National Foods has manufacturing sites in Harare, Bulawayo and Mutare from which it distributes its products throughout Zimbabwe. Our people work passionately to add value to the lives of our customers and consumers through our products; striving to continuously improve our existing products as well as progressively adding new categories to our portfolio. National Foods Holdings Limited is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Marathon effort: Michael Lynagh (centre) with other members of Team Sky for Stroke, who aim to raise £80kBy Sarah MockfordMICHAEL LYNAGH is going to run the London Marathon on Sunday 21 April – almost a year to the day that he suffered a near-fatal stroke.Look at the 1991 World Cup-winning Wallaby fly-half now and there are no outward signs of the trauma he suffered in Australia last April; he’s made a remarkable recovery, although he has lost nearly half the sight in his left eye.Lynagh realises how fortunate he is and, having met fellow stroke survivors, he decided he wanted to give something back, which is where a Sky Sports colleague stepped in.Wallaby wonder: Michael LynaghJames Gemmell, one of Sky’s rugby presenters, told Lynagh he wanted to run the London Marathon for the Stroke Association and rather than simply give him a pat on the back, 49-year-old Lynagh decided to join his antipodean workmate. You can sponsor Lynagh and his team by visiting justgiving.com/teamskyforstrokeHe may have won the 1991 World Cup with Australia but this is set to be Lynagh’s biggest challenge yet – and it is certainly an inspiring one. As he says: “I look forward to making a difference.” Since then the whole thing has spiralled and now Team Sky for Stroke, an eight-strong squad including Scotland’s interim forwards coach Dean Ryan and former Ireland wing Tyrone Howe, will be pounding London’s streets in April to raise money for the charity.Lynagh has earmarked a specific project for the funds raised by his team’s efforts, too. He wants to focus on the Stroke Association’s ‘Back to Work’ scheme, helping survivors to return to work after their strokes.“I see myself as one of the lucky ones being able to go back to work,” he says. “Not all stroke survivors get that chance and by supporting the Stroke Association, I’m excited to try and help change that.”
Joanna Lumley Howard Lake | 9 June 2004 | News Standard Chartered supports Sight Savers’ online auction AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Digital Events Recruitment / people 27 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Sight Savers are running an online auction and their corporate supporter Standard Chartered Bank will match each winning bid pound for pound.The auction is being run by Auction Air and features prizes such as 10 wildly indulgent days in South Africa and the opportunity to own a racehorse for a year.The online auction will run from 12 to 30 June 2004, and a physical auction will be hosted by actress Joanna Lumley. 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 GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Oxfam launches alternative gift catalogue for Christmas 61 total views, 1 views today Oxfam has launched “Oxfam Unwrapped”, an alternative Christmas catalogue that lets you buy a goat for someone in the developing world, rather than the usual ethnic luxury rug or rattan wastepaper basket that you buy for a friend or family member.The Oxfam Unwrapped catalogue contains 34 brilliant items that you can “buy”, including a goat, a beehive, a bicycle, and even a classroom.The catalogue offers an alternative to choosing a present for someone which you suspect they don’t really want. It’s also more attractive than giving a donation on behalf of someone.If you buy a goat or any other catalogue item, you get a card and unique voucher describing the gift to give to your friend or Oxfam sends it direct, and the actual ‘gift’ goes to someone in the developing world.The idea is not new. Heifer International in the USA has been offering this attractive method of giving to its supporters for years. 62 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 20 October 2004 | News Tagged with: Giving/Philanthropy Trading 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 GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
SHARE By Eric Pfeiffer – Sep 29, 2019 Facebook Twitter No Need to Sign Up for ‘Top-Up’ Payments Previous articleDealing with Weeds in Unplanted FieldsNext articleRyan Martin’s Indiana Farm Forecast for September 30, 2019 Eric Pfeiffer SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News No Need to Sign Up for ‘Top-Up’ Payments Facebook Twitter USDA has announced that producers with federal crop insurance will receive what they’re calling a “top-up” payment on their prevent plant acres this year.Producers with Yield Protection and Revenue Protection with Harvest Price Exclusion will receive a 10 percent top-up payment, while producers with Revenue Protection will receive 15 percent. You do not need to sign up to receive payments; all producers with a 2019 prevented planting indemnity will receive the top-up through their crop insurance company.When this idea was floated a couple of weeks ago in a USDA press release, producers flooded their local FSA offices to get signed up. Indiana FSA Executive Director Steve Brown reiterates that this top-up payment will happen automatically and is not administered by FSA.Here’s what Brown says you should be going to your local FSA office for:“If you haven’t signed up for your Market Facilitation Payment Program number 2, you need to get in and get an application filed so we can get producers paid. We’ve had great response so far. We’ve processed a lot of payments statewide and we’ve got more out there to do, so I would in encourage producers, if they haven’t been in, to get in, and also we started ARC/PLC.”Many producers are waiting for the ARC/PLC deadline to take time to evaluate which option is best for them after changes in last year’s farm bill. Brown says they want to be able to help with that process.“We’re going to get together and put on some public meetings. We’re in the process of trying to get to work with Purdue University and go out and do this with some of their staff and try to assist producers in making the right decision for their operations.”The deadline for your ARC/PLC decision will be in March.
RSF_en Help by sharing this information Receive email alerts April 3, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 How to “kick out” a foreign journalist March 12, 2021 Find out more News UgandaAfrica Organisation Follow the news on Uganda Uganda urged to free two journalist held since last week on libel charges to go further News This column appeared in Kampala in The Daily Monitor on 31 March 2006Suppose you are president of Uganda. When you organise a presidential election, you first take care to neutralise your main rival because you think he is incapable of running such a complex and fragile country properly. It would be a disaster. So, there is no way are you going to be defeated. But your country’s press is lively and pushy. One newspaper in particular, called the Daily Monitor, is monitoring you a bit too closely. The foreign media aren’t fools either. The dispatches they send about your country really irritate you. You are also lampooned in radio broadcasts in which both foreigners and Ugandans and even your hapless press attaché take part. So you send some soldiers to put a bit of fear into these hotheads. But then the donors start asking questions. This has to stop.This, in essence, is what we saw happen in Kampala in February and March. It culminated absurdly with Canadian journalist Blake Lambert being turned back on 8 March as he tried to reenter the country at Entebbe international airport with a fellow journalist after a short vacation in South Africa. The Uganda correspondent of The Economist news weekly and the Christian Science Monitor daily, Lambert was stopped by customs officials as if he was a common trafficker and ended up being put on a flight to Kenya which he had to pay for himself. He is now back in Canada.This lamentable episode was not the first flagrant violation of press freedom this year in Uganda and it almost certainly will not be the last. What’s original about Uganda is that this time it was not the police or army or courts that were used by the government to monitor and punish allegedly unruly journalists. It was the ‘Media Centre.’Only recently opened by the government, the Media Centre’s official purpose is “to cause positive and factual awareness of government in the media.” It is headed by Robert Kabushenga, a former lawyer and columnist for The New Vision, a governmental daily newspaper, and it has been put under the president’s direct authority. Located at 36 Clement Hill Road in Kampala, the Media Centre also has the job of “assisting the Uganda Media Council in the accreditation of foreign journalists in Uganda.” It does this by making “recommendations.”It is obvious what recommendation it made about Lambert. In a 1 February letter to the authority in charge of renewing press accreditation, Kabushenga said Lambert’s reports were not just “unfair and biased” but also “prejudicial” to Uganda’s foreign policy. He was more specific in an interview for a radio station on 12 March: “If I had the authority to throw this man out, I would have done that a long time ago.” At the same time, Kabushenga in private made no bones about what he though t of foreign journalists: “We will kick them out.”But things are not that simple, even if you are the president. You preside over a state that has institutions, mechanisms and rules. And a bit of pomp. So it is not that easy to get rid of Blake Lambert. It is true that his precious accreditation, without which foreign journalists are not allowed to work in Uganda, expired in January and has not yet been renewed. But there is a major obstacle complicating a foreign correspondent’s expulsion. It is the Media Council, a body created in 1995 to regulate the news media. Father John Mary Waliggo, who heads this council, wrote to the information minister on 1 February explaining that it would be hard for the council to refuse Lambert accreditation because it had “members who belong to various political affiliations and ideas” and “it is never easy to push them into one direction.” Democracy has its drawbacks.For this reason, Father Waliggo suggested to the information minister and the head of the Media Centre that they should “use the immigration rules, since Lambert’s visa is over, and ask him to leave and from his home re-apply for the visa and when he does so, the visa is denied.” A clever ruse. But it is extraordinary that the person who proposed it to this authoritarian government is the head of an institution that is supposed to ensure that journalism is practised freely, without bowing to pressure. We know what ensued.Kabushenga’s Media Centre, Father Waliggo’s Media Council and Dr. James Nsaba Buturo’s information ministry are supposedly democratic institutions that have been turned into crude tools of repression whose mechanisms are a bit too obvious. Reporters Without Borders is dismayed by the way the Ugandan government has plunged into a universe built of hostility towards the press. If the international community says nothing, we are sure Lambert’s deportation will be followed by more cases. The closure of the Daily Monitor and KFM, perhaps. The expulsion of BBC correspondent Will Ross followed by that of the Canadian Television Network (CTN). And finally, why not, Reuters, AFP and AP. The only news sources for Ugandans would then be local journalists who were either terrified or happy to follow orders.Reporters Without Borders refuses to wait until Uganda gets to that point and calls on the Commonwealth not to delay action until a new Zimbabwe has emerged in its midst. Otherwise all we will be able to do is watch these spots on CNN produced by TERP Consult, an advertising agency run by President Museveni’s son-in-law. What did one of them say? That Uganda was “gifted by nature”? Cursed with impunity is more like it.By Robert MénardReporters Without Borders secretary-general UgandaAfrica News January 13, 2021 Find out more Ugandan president threatens to “bankrupt” leading daily News Uganda blocks social media and messaging apps, isolating election June 4, 2021 Find out more
Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement TAGSAlan JacquesFianna Fáilhomelesshomelessnesshousing crisislimerickNiall Collins TD Fianna Fáil TD Niall Collins appointed as Minister of State NewsLocal NewsMore resources needed to tackle housing crisisBy Alan Jacques – June 23, 2016 1055 Linkedin Top Fianna Fáil councillor will reject Green coalition deal Print Facebook MAJOR resources are needed to tackle the housing crisis head on.That’s the opinion of Limerick Fianna Fáil TD, Niall Collins, who was reacting to the publication of a new report by the Dáil Committee on Housing and Homelessness.Deputy Collins, who is the party spokesman on jobs, enterprise and innovation, says major resources are needed to realise the goals set out in the report and that more energy and focus needs applied to the problem.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A wide range of measures to tackle the housing crisis were outlined in the report including a proposal to build 50,000 new social housing units, measures to achieve rent certainty and a realistic plan to help families in mortgage arrears.“Achieving the target of 50,000 new social housing units will require approximately €2.4bn in additional spending over the next four years. The Government needs to start prioritising spending above and beyond the commitments made through the previous Social Housing 2020 Strategy,” Deputy Collins explained.“Off-balance sheet spending will have to be utilised to achieve this. Fianna Fáil prioritised spending on housing in our manifesto and we will continue to press the Government to release the necessary funding to adequately address the housing crisis.”However, according to Deputy Collins, funding is not the only problem the Government needs to overcome.“Outstanding problems with the planning process must be tackled to help kick start housing construction. Fianna Fáil will be bringing forward robust legislation based on the proposals contained in this report to achieve this. Our legislation will focus on developing strategic infrastructure to accelerate housing development and help avoid planning bottlenecks.”by Alan [email protected] Limerick TD says GLAS payments welcome but ‘much more action’ needed to support Agri-sector Email Previous articleMixed perceptions for Mixed Martial ArtsNext articleA holy show Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsApp Decision to enter Phase 4 of reopening Ireland deferred to August 10 Priority is to have a decent society with decent public services Politicians should work together to end homeless crisis