East African Breweries Limited (EABL.ke) listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange under the Beverages sector has released it’s 2007 presentation For more information about East African Breweries Limited (EABL.ke) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the East African Breweries Limited (EABL.ke) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: East African Breweries Limited (EABL.ke) 2007 presentation Company ProfileEast African Breweries Limited brews and produces alcoholic beverages made from malt and barley and sells them to domestic markets in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and South Sudan. Products in its range include Tusker, Tusker Malt Lager, Tusker Lite, Tusker Premium Cider, Pilsner Lager, Pilsner Ice Lager, White Cap Lager, White Cap Light, Windhoek Lager, Bell Lager, Serengeti Premium Lager, Senator Lager, Guinness, Balozi Lager, Kibo Gold and Allsopps Lager. East African Breweries also produces a range of spirits including Smirnoff No 21 vodka, Smirnoff Ice, Cîroc, Richot brandy, V&A sherry, Uganda Waragi, Justerini and Brooks, Myers Original Dark rum, Snapp, Jebel Special, Chrome vodka, Orijin and Smirnoff Ice Electric Ginseng, Johnnie Walker whisky and other Kenyan cane brands. Non-alcoholic brands in its product range include Alvaro and Malta Guinness. The company is a subsidiary of Diageo Plc and its head office is in Nairobi, Kenya. East African Breweries Limited is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange
July 12, 2021
Wilderness Holdings Limited (WILD.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Tourism sector has released it’s 2015 abridged results.For more information about Wilderness Holdings Limited (WILD.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Wilderness Holdings Limited (WILD.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Wilderness Holdings Limited (WILD.bw) 2015 abridged results.Company ProfileWilderness Holding Limited is a world-renowned holding company for the ecotourism brands of Wilderness Safaris and Wilderness Collection. The company is dedicated to promoting and managing responsible and sustainable wildlife tourism in southern Africa and is regarded as Africa’s premier ecotourism company. The Group operate 45 safari camps and lodges and 10 scheduled overland safaris in Botswana, Congo, Kenya, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe; with a combined capacity to host 35 000 guests per year. Wilderness Safaris boasts a selection of luxurious, environmentally-friendly lodges and camps in premier safari destinations; including the Okavango Delta, the Namib Desert, Hwange National Park, Mana Pools National Park, Damaraland, Etosha and Kafue National Park. Wilderness Air offers scheduled transfers between Wilderness camps and a private charter service. The Wilderness Wildlife Trust is an independent entity dedicated to raising funds to improve protection, knowledge and management of southern Africa’s wildlife. Children in the Wilderness (CITW) is an environmental and life skills educational programme operating in Botswana, Malawi, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
July 12, 2021
The Kenya Power & Lighting Company Plc (KPLC.ke) listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange under the Energy sector has released it’s 2016 abridged results.For more information about The Kenya Power & Lighting Company Plc (KPLC.ke) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the The Kenya Power & Lighting Company Plc (KPLC.ke) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: The Kenya Power & Lighting Company Plc (KPLC.ke) 2016 abridged results.Company ProfileThe Kenya Power & Lighting Company Plc formerly (Kenya Power & Lighting Company Limited) (Kenya Power or KPLC) is an electricity company in Kenya with interests in geothermal, hydro and thermal power generation as well as power generated from solar and wind sources. Formerly known as East Africa Power & Lighting Limited, the company changed its name to The Kenya Power and Lighting Company Limited in 1983. The company transmits, distributes and retails electricity to customers throughout Kenya and is a national electric utility company; managing electric metering, licensing, billing, emergency electricity services and customer relations. KPLC also offers optic fiber connectivity to telecommunication companies through an optical fiber cable network which runs along high voltage power lines across the country and feeds into the national power grid throughout Kenya. Kenya Power’s head office is in Nairobi, Kenya. The Kenya Power & Lighting Company Plc is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange
June 17, 2021
Year: “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/478539/travelers-tale-goodnova-godiniaux Clipboard Photographs Travelers Tale / Goodnova-Godiniaux 2013 ArchDaily Architects: Goodnova-Godiniaux Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” Russia Area: 150 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Travelers Tale / Goodnova-GodiniauxSave this projectSaveTravelers Tale / Goodnova-Godiniaux ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/478539/travelers-tale-goodnova-godiniaux Clipboard Houses Save this picture!© Karo Avan Dadaev+ 21 Share Photographs: Karo Avan DadaevArchitect In Charge:Sacha Goutnova, Benjamin Godiniaux, Juila OrlovaCity:MoscowCountry:RussiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Karo Avan DadaevRecommended ProductsCeramicsApavisaTiles – JewelsCeramicsGrespaniaWall Tiles – Wabi SabiCeramicsTerrealTerracotta Baguettes in Vork CenterCeramicsApariciPorcelain Tiles – TangoText description provided by the architects. A project for a globe-trotter who decided to put down his suitcases in Moscow. For how long? No one knows. He could leave at any time. What if he took the furniture with him?It’s a travelers tale too, for the architects – based in Paris (France) but always on the lookout for interesting projects and who were asked to work in Russia.It is a travellers tale too for some portuguese craftsman who weren’t put out off by the Siberian winter Save this picture!© Karo Avan DadaevThis is how it started“I know you are a long way away, but can you redo my apartment?” he asked.Yes, we replied without any hesitation. Then we embarked on a passionate journey that was to take almost 2 years.We went to see the neighborhood and the brick building built on the traces of a former factory and we looked at the view from the windows.The flat, a rectangle in concrete 16 metres long by 9 metres wide lit by large windows at the 2 ends.Save this picture!Floor PlanRight from the outset, the architectural desire to accentuate the light washing through was a key idea and above this all the idea of travel as an inspiration. Save this picture!© Karo Avan DadaevThe future inhabitant’s main desire was to live in a contemporary but functional home. And so a module was born, in the middle of the rectangle. It concentrates all the functions, separates the rooms one from another and allows us to break free from corridors and reduce the amount of furniture. Clad in a single material (mutene timber), it provides continuity and consistency while the rooms that gravitate around it have their own decoration : carpet of cement tiles in the kitchen, tartan mosaic in the shower room, bookshelf wall paper in the office, decorated tiles with balloons in the bathroom….Save this picture!© Karo Avan DadaevLike a giant trunk left lying there, it’s different faces open on to the entrance hall (a pile of suitcases), and on to the kitchen and living room (a concealed bar). In the bedroom, it incorporates a mirror facing the open dressing room, while in the bathroom sanitary fittings are recessed.Save this picture!DetailThen we had to find people to make it. This stage would take us 1200 km away from Paris, in the north of Portugal. There, we found the leather and the wood we needed. We spent two days in the factory to get the details worked out. Several months later that the containers reached Moscow after travelling through the Atlantic Ocean and the North and Baltic Seas. Our friend Julia Orlova, architect from Moscow supervised the construction and looked after the unloading of the 40 m3, and the Portuguese joiners arriving to install the whole module in 5 days.Save this picture!© Karo Avan DadaevToday the owner is living in his apatrment. Nothing is preventing him from taking off with his suitcases again. But would he really want to?Project gallerySee allShow lessHouse in Milan / Rangr Studio + Charlet DesignSelected ProjectsFuneral Parlor / Muñoz Miranda ArchitectsSelected Projects Share CopyAbout this officeGoodnova-GodiniauxOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMoscowRussiaPublished on February 21, 2014Cite: “Travelers Tale / Goodnova-Godiniaux” 20 Feb 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
May 25, 2021
Facebook People in Donegal are being asked to improve a database of local beaches, which is in the process of being finalised.A map is already online, after councillors in the Glenties Municipal District sought to have information about local beaches collated.Cllr Marie Therese Gallagher says the priority now is to gather information about car parking and access, and that information shared and published.This, she believes, which will help ensure that beaches are protected.Cllr Gallagher also wants people to help ensure the database has the proper names:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/mtsat10.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Twitter Harps come back to win in Waterford Pinterest DL Debate – 24/05/21 Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Twitter Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By News Highland – November 16, 2019 AudioHomepage BannerNews Google+ WhatsApp Previous articleSinn Fein Ard Fheis underway in DerryNext articleKN Renew As Harps Main Sponsors for 2020 Premier Division Season News Highland FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Database of local beaches in the process of being finalised Google+ WhatsApp Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic
May 9, 2021
1.Incidental mortality (bycatch) in fisheries remains the greatest threat to many large marine vertebrates and is a major barrier to fisheries sustainability. Robust assessments of bycatch risk are crucial for informing effective mitigation strategies, but are hampered by missing information on the distributions of key life‐history stages (adult breeders and non‐breeders, immatures and juveniles).2.Using a comprehensive biologging dataset (1,692 tracks, 788 individuals) spanning all major life‐history stages, we assessed spatial overlap of four threatened seabird populations from South Georgia, with longline and trawl fisheries in the Southern Ocean. We generated monthly population‐level distributions, weighting each life‐history stage according to population age structure based on demographic models. Specifically, we determined where and when birds were at greatest potential bycatch risk, and from which fleets.3.Overlap with both pelagic and demersal longline fisheries was highest for black‐browed albatrosses, then white‐chinned petrels, wandering and grey‐headed albatrosses, whereas overlap with trawl fisheries was highest for white‐chinned petrels.4.Hotspots of fisheries overlap occurred in all major ocean basins, but particularly the south‐east and south‐west Atlantic Ocean (longline and trawl) and south‐west Indian Ocean (pelagic longline). Overlap was greatest with pelagic longline fleets in May–September, when fishing effort south of 25°S is highest, and with demersal and trawl fisheries in January–June. Overlap scores were dominated by particular fleets: pelagic longline—Japan, Taiwan; demersal longline and trawl—Argentina, Namibia, Falklands, South Africa; demersal longline—Convention for Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) waters, Chile, New Zealand.5.Synthesis and applications. We provide a framework for calculating appropriately weighted population‐level distributions from biologging data, which we recommend for future fisheries bycatch risk assessments. Many regions of high spatial overlap corresponded with high seabird bycatch rates recorded by on‐board observers, indicating that our approach reliably mapped relative bycatch risk at large spatial scales. Implementation of effective bycatch mitigation in these high‐risk regions varies considerably. Although potential bycatch risk appears to have decreased since the early 2000s, albatross and petrel populations from South Georgia and elsewhere are still declining, emphasizing the need for much improved observer coverage and monitoring of compliance with bycatch regulations.
May 8, 2021
Written by Associated Press Tags: BYU Cougars Football/Washington Huskies FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah (AP) — Jacob Eason threw for 290 yards and three touchdowns and No. 22 Washington scored two touchdowns off three BYU turnovers to coast to a 45-19 victory on Saturday.The Huskies (3-1) totaled 470 yards on offense, with Eason completing 24 of 28 pass attempts. Aaron Fuller, his top target, tallied 91 yards on eight catches. Fuller had one touchdown catch and returned a punt 88 yards for another score.Zach Wilson threw for 277 yards and a touchdown on 26 of 42 passing to lead BYU. It wasn’t nearly enough to help the Cougars (2-2) prevent the Huskies from dominating in all three phases of the game.Washington took control behind a productive first quarter from Eason. He threw for 99 yards and a pair of touchdowns, while completing 90% of his pass attempts during the quarter. Eason capped each of his team;s two drives with a 17-yard TD pass — one to Richard Newton, the other to Fuller — to put the Huskies up 14-3.Following Lopini Katoa’s 48-yard return to midfield, BYU marched down to the Washington 20 on its second drive. It ended when Wilson coughed up a costly fumble on a sack. Brandon Wellington scooped up the loose ball and returned it 69 yards to extend the Huskies’ lead to 21-3 late in the first quarter.The Cougars’ offense found some life in the second quarter. Emmanuel Esukpa punched in a 1-yard run and Jake Oldroyd made a career-long 54 yard field goal just before halftime to cut Washington’s lead to 24-12. Oldroyd’s field goal was the first from 50 or more yards for BYU since 2006.Everything unraveled for BYU after halftime.Andre Baccellia slipped free of a tackle and caught a 35-yard TD pass from Eason, and Fuller returned a BYU punt 88 yards to give Washington a 38-12 lead with 10:37 remaining in the third quarter. Trent McDuffie forced and then recovered a fumble from Dax Milne at the Huskies 48 to set up Baccellia’s touchdown.THE TAKEAWAYWashington: The Huskies have not lost a step on defense despite losing nine full-time starters on that side of the ball from last season. Washington pressured Wilson early and often. It led to three turnovers, a pair of sacks and four tackles for loss.BYU: All the good vibes from back-to-back overtime victories over Tennessee and USC vanished into the mountain air. The Cougars got dominated on both sides of the ball for the better part of four quarters.POLL IMPLICATIONSWashington will likely move inside the top 20 after blowing out BYU on the road.UP NEXTWashington: The Huskies will host Pac-12 South leader USC.BYU: The Cougars will make their second road trip of the season, this time to Toledo. September 21, 2019 /Sports News – Local No. 22 Washington dominates BYU for 45-19 victory
May 7, 2021
The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) has expressed concern over controversial plans to allow private tenants to sub-let their tenancies in England, announced by the Chancellor in the Budget last month.The Chairman of the RLA, Alan Ward (left), has written to DCLG Director General, Peter Schofield, seeking greater clarification over the detail of the proposals and has raised various questions as to how this would affect landlords with leases, licensing, and mortgage conditions, and why it is that this proposal has been put forward with no consultation.You can read Alan Ward’s letter in full below.Last month, tenant eviction firm, Landlord Action, also expressed grave concern over Government plans to allow private tenants to sub-let from their tenancies, claiming that it would be “catastrophic” for the rental market.“This appears to have slipped in under the radar which, if it goes ahead, will throw up a magnitude of problems in the buy-to-let industry,” said Paul Shamplina (right), Founder of Landlord Action.“We have never seen so many sub-letting cases going to court because of unscrupulous tenants trying to cream a profit from a property they have rented,” he added.Shamplina believes that “the risk of nightmare sub-tenants” and subsequently “less control over their own property” could potentially lead to a mass exodus of landlords from the private rented sector. Alan Ward letter in full:Peter SchofieldDirector General (Neighbourhoods)Department for Communities and Local Government2 Marsham StreetLondonSW1P 4DFDear Mr SchofieldYou will be aware that the Budget Red Book contained a number of proposals to make it easier for tenants in private rented accommodation to sub-let the homes they rent.As the voice for private sector landlords, we were concerned that this policy seems to have been formed without any consultation with key partner organisations.In light of this, and given the difficulties that the policy is likely to pose for landlords, I should be grateful for responses on the following points: Can you confirm that the provisions on sub-letting will only be taken forward if the next Government decides to do so and that these proposals are not set in stone?Why was there no consultation with the industry prior to these proposals being announced? Would the proposal apply to Wales?Will tenancy agreements have to allow sub-letting or would it be a case of sub-letting being allowed only with the landlord’s permission? I refer to para 2.235 and would like to know what would be deemed reasonable?Would tenants who sublet be considered to be the landlord for the purposes of tenancy deposits, serving relevant paperwork (gas safety certificate, EPC, S21) and immigration checks?Would subletting tenants be responsible for Housing Health and Safety Rating System, and maintenance of the property in the portion of the property they sublet?How would such legislation interact with local licensing – would a tenant who sublets also require a licence? Who will be responsible for breaches? Would a reasonable cause to refuse a sub-let come under selective licensing? Who will be held responsible for general landlord breaches by the sub-letting tenant?What happens when the tenant who sublets absconds, leaving behind the sub-tenant? Could the landlord regain possession of the house, even if they don’t have a contract with the sub-tenant themselves? What rights to occupy would the sub-tenant have?Will this also apply where a tenant moves in a partner, rather than renting out a room? Can leases still forbid this or require landlord permission/change of tenancy? What happens if the original tenant leaves and the partner stays?Would a landlord renting out a property that is subsequently sub-let then find that the property is classified as a House of Multiple Occupation? What happens about so-called rent-to-renters? How would a landlord regain possession of their property if they don’t have a tenancy agreement or even know the names of the sub-tenant?What is meant by “short term” let?Who takes responsibility for any anti-social behaviour carried out by a sub-tenant?Would tenants who sub-let be subject to provisions within the Deregulation Bill on retaliatory evictions? Will the Government be consulting on the proposals? If so, what is the likely timeframe?What is the difference between the sub-tenant and a lodger?In light of our concerns, I should be grateful for an opportunity to meet with you or your colleagues to discuss these proposals as a matter of urgency and would be grateful if your office could email [email protected] to arrange a discussion.I look forward to hearing from you.Yours sincerely,Alan WardChairmanHOT TOPIC This story is being discussed in the forum nowThe Negotiator says:This important issue could be an election loser or winner –Have your say You may disagree, so follow the link to our forum discussion and make yourself heard.leases licensing Landlord Action mortgage conditions landlords RLA sub-letting sub-tenants April 14, 2015The NegotiatorRelated articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Landlords’ body voice concerns over sub-letting previous nextRegulation & LawLandlords’ body voice concerns over sub-lettingThe Residential Landlords’ Association wants greater clarity about potential changes to rules regarding sub-letting in the private rented sector.PROPERTYdrum14th April 20150607 ViewsHOT TOPIC This story is being discussed in the forum nowThe Negotiator says:This important issue could be an election loser or winner –Have your say You may disagree, so follow the link to our forum discussion and make yourself heard.
May 2, 2021
Cape May County has created an Opioid Fatality Review Team to better understand and address overdose fatalities in the community and identify ways to prevent those deaths in the future, the county announced Friday.The county Health Department has received $100,000 in funding and support from the New Jersey Department of Health through an award from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to establish the Overdose Fatality Review Team and address opioid abuse.Currently, Cape May County has a group of dedicated individuals collaborating from all aspects of the community involved in the fight against the opioid epidemic, according to a county news release.“The county started public forums on this topic in 2013, to involve families and professionals in the system to better understand the disease and its impact in Cape May County,” Freeholder Jeff Pierson said in the release.The county Prosecutor’s Office also began a school education program called “Pills to Heroin” and presented the program to every school in Cape May County, reaching 17 different schools and over 5,500 students and staff members.A coalition of educators, law enforcement, prevention agencies and the county Department of Human Services developed a “PRIDE Committee” to focus on educating school staff regarding trauma and substance use disorder.Other partners committed to this effort include the Departments of Social Service and Human Services, Acenda (formerly Cape Counseling), Cape Assist, the Prosecutor’s Office, Superintendent of Schools, Cape Regional Medical Center’s CARES program, Drug/Recovery Court, local police departments and EMTs, faith-based organizations and family members of those living with substance use disorder.Based on the Maryland Localized Fatality Review Team’s model and in consultation with the expertise of the New Jersey Department of Health, the Cape May County multi-agency/multi-disciplinary Opioid Fatality Review Team will conduct confidential reviews of multiple individual overdose death cases in compliance with all applicable state and federal privacy and confidentiality legal requirements.The overall intent of the team is to improve the quality of referral systems; enhanced outreach to families to provide overdose prevention and treatment services by local health departments and other providers; identify new audiences for Overdose Response Program (naloxone) trainings; and raise overdose awareness, according to the release.“As an agency that works to improve the health of our community through service and partnership, we are excited that the County Health Department is facilitating the Cape May County Overdose Fatality Review Team process,” Pierson said.He added, “We know that it is through partnerships and collaboration that we can have an impact on such a complex issue. We are encouraged by the number of partners who have come together from across our community with a sense of urgency and determination to address this issue.
April 21, 2021
Bakery brokerage Anglo Brokers is to be relaunched as BakeSense on April 2, to reflect its focus on the bakery market.The company was taken over by business partners Glenn Bancroft and Philip Scholes in 2004. Mr Bancroft, formerly of Asda, told British Baker: “Anglo Foods was originally a confectionery broke-rage, which moved into bakery in the 1990s. Philip and I have over 40 years’ combined experience within the bakery industry; it was natural that we would move the focus entirely onto baked goods.” Bake-Sense aims to provide a sales development package including market research, product development, packaging solutions and consolidated distribution. The £15m-plus turnover broker develops products for and supplies major supermarkets including Tesco and Asda, sourcing bakery goods from a network of associated UK bakeries.The partners also acquired the majoriy stake in a £5m turn-over bakery in Bala, north Wales last year. MD Gareth Williams co-owns and runs the operation.BakeSense’s future plans include the acquisition of another 30-40,000sq ft of production sites.