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first_imgKirinya JSS’ Charles Ayieko(second left) with some of his players at the press briefing ahead of today’s game against Proline FC. Photo by Shaban Lubega.FOOTBALL–Having won both their last two games at home, Proline FC will seek to make it three in the trot and first away from home when they face Kirinya JSS at Bugembe stadium.Proline who played back-to-back home games defeated Soana and Mbarara city easing the relegation fears that had already started oozing in the minds of the fans.However, the team will do without versatile defender Ivan Bukenya who still has not recovered from a hamstring injury he sustained in the win against Soana.Fellow defenders Ibrahim Ssendi and Sakka Mpima will not feature due to illness while midfielder Nuldin Bunjo is a long term absentee.Summer signing Alex Ewuchie Dichimma, a Nigerian, is expected to make his league debut after sorting his fitness and licencing issues.For Kirinya JSS, first choice goalkeeper Thomas Ikara returns to action following an injury he sustained in their previous game. Striker Bashir Mutanda who has also been out since the start of the season is also expected to feature in tonight’s game.Charles Ayieko, the Kirinya JSS coach, said his time aims at coming top of the table.“My players are in good spirits and we hope for the best of results,” Ayieko said.Mujibu Kasule, the Proline FC coach, hopes his team will replicate the form and results on the road.“Kirinya is not an easy team but I am confident we can get all three points,” he said.Commentslast_img read more


first_imgEver have one of those dreams where it’s your final semester of college and you suddenly realize there is a class you never attended? Not only that, you can’t find the classroom? And you can’t find your professor to plead your case, which means you’ll probably never get your diploma?I betcha Stephen Curry doesn’t.Or just maybe …Our pals at TMZ Sports recently ran across Davidson College basketball coach Bob McKillop. They asked McKillop when Davidson is going to retire Curry’s jersey, No. …last_img


first_img17 January 2013This year’s World Economic Forum annual meeting opens on 22 January under the theme “resilient dynamism”. As in previous years, Team South Africa is going in with guns blazing.President Jacob Zuma is leading a team of top businesspeople and government representatives to the flagship event of the Swiss non-profit, which takes place every year at the end of January and is attended by heads of state, heads of corporations, academics, religious leaders, NGO officials and hundreds of journalists.South African delegatesFrom the private sector, South Africa’s delegates include Adrian Gore, CEO of Discovery Holdings; distinguished film producer Anant Singh; Eskom CEO Brian Dames; Sasol CEO David Constable; CEO of the Industrial Development Corporation Geoffrey Qhena; Brand South Africa CEO Miller Matola; Telkom chairperson Jabu Mabuza; Mark Cutifani, the newly appointed CEO of AngloGold Ashanti; Cape Town University vice-chancellor Max Price; billionaire mining tycoon Patrice Motsepe; and Stephen Koseff, CEO of Investec, among others.Government representatives include Water and Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa, Energy Minister Dipuo Peters, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, and Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.Also travelling with the delegation is King Leruo Molotlegi, king of the Royal Bafokeng Nation.The main focus of this year’s Davos event is on global health. A number of sessions will focus on the development of sustainable national health systems and the continuation of workplace wellness and individual health.Major organisations including the Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria and the Gavi Alliance, known previously as the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation, will be present in Davos.How Davos benefits South AfricaBy mingling with the best in the world, Team South Africa can learn from the insights of others, thereby enriching its focus towards improving the economy and the livelihoods of citizens.But Team South Africa is not just a bystander at this important global event, and with ever-increasing evidence of the African continent’s steady growth and development, Davos is the perfect platform to showcase the opportunities for investment and business.This year South Africa is taking part in various forums, and on 23 January will host a high-level thought leader session under the theme “Africa’s dynamism”. Here, key South Africans and their international counterparts will make a case for more foreign direct investment into Africa, highlighting the fact that the continent is a leading investment destination for good returns and sustainable socio-economic growth.South Africa and the continentA 2012 Ernst & Young report titled Repositioning the South African Investment Case, (PDF, 1.44MB) reveals that between 2007 and 2011, foreign direct investment (FDI) projects into Africa increased at a compound rate of almost 20%, while Africa’s global share of FDI relating to new projects rose from 4.5% in 2010 to 5.5% in 2011.South Africa itself is also a driver of growth in Africa. A November 2012 report published by the Financial Times indicates that South Africa’s trade with the rest of the continent grew to US$30-billion (R263-billion) in 2011. This is a threefold increase over the decade before.In addition, the report reveals that by the early 2000s, South Africa had become the largest single source of FDI into the continent outside of the oil and gas industry. The latter is an indication of the strength of South Africa’s diversified economy, and the high value goods and services it offers in the African market.MediaClubSouthAfrica.com reporterlast_img read more


first_imgA prototype of the Panasonic Lumix GH5 may make an appearance next month ahead of a 2017 release.For videographers bummed after the Canon 5D Mark IV release specs, Panasonic is here to make you reach for your wallets all over again. An expected September announcement matches up with our predictions from the beginning of the year.According to 43rumors, consumers could be getting a look at the much-anticipated Panasonic Lumix GH5, the successor to the very popular GH4.The camera is said to have the same 16MP sensor found in the GX80 and GX85 cameras. That MFT sensor is manufactured by Sony. The GH5 is said to make the most out of it with a new cooling system and processor. The Panasonic Lumix GH5 will reportedly have an all-new processor that will make it one of the best cameras ever produced for the Panasonic Lumix G series.It’s said that attendees of Photokina may get a glance at a prototype of the camera or at least hear some rumblings of the supposed early 2017 release.There is a Panasonic press conference scheduled for September 19th, though GH5 news is not confirmed for any announcement yet. It’s expected that Panasonic will primarily announce the successor to the LX100.Rumored Specs:4K Video up to 60fpsNo Crop in 4K1080p up to 120fps4:2:210 bits internal recording16MPV-Log built inWhat excites you most about the Panasonic Lumix GH5? Let us know in the comments below!last_img read more


first_imgAll the talk of a green pitch, pace and bounce at the brand new Perth Stadium leading up to the second Test between Australia and India forced Virat Kohli to go in with four pacers but he was almost left to rue his decision.At stumps on Day 1 of the Perth Test, Australia were 277 for 6 with Pat Cummins unbeaten on 11 and Tim Paine batting on 16.On Friday, after Australia won the toss and declared their intent to bat, Kohli revealed India had replaced the injured R Ashwin with Umesh Yadav. Hanuma Vihari came in for Rohit Sharma while Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah retained their spots. Four pacers. No spinners.India were eager to unleash their “best pace attack” on a hapless Australia on a green pitch but as it turned out, Australia had them conned. There was grass on the pitch alright but the day began with Ishant Sharma faltering in his length. The dangerous Bumrah hardly posed any dangers for Australia. Umesh Yadav leaked runs and Mohammed Shami was the most potent of the lot.India vs Australia, 2nd Test in Perth: HIGHLIGHTS | AS IT HAPPENEDAustralia dominated the first hour this morning even as India’s pacers made a good comeback and stopped the flow of runs. However, the hosts were clearly on top when they went to lunch at 66 for no loss.Marcus Harris and Aaron Finch, who had looked so confident in the morning, continued their good work in the second session. The Australian openers brought up their century stand and both men got to well-deserved half-centuries before Bumrah removed Finch with a quick delivery.advertisementNot long after, Umesh struck to remove a struggling Usman Khawaja. And then Hanuma Vihari, the part-time spinner snared a well-settled Harris for 70. A few overs later, Kohli took a one-handed stunner to see off Peter Handscomb – it had started to look like one of those famous Indian fightbacks.But then Shaun Marsh and Travis Head joined forces to defy the world’s No.1 Test team. The pair added 84 for the fifth wicket – Marsh was even dropped by Pant, an easy chance gone begging off the bowling of Vihari. However, the same bowler had the last laugh when he had Marsh smartly caught by Ajinkya Rahane at first slip.Several experts were critical of India’s playing XI – they felt a spinner could have added balance to the team. There was turn and bounce on the first day and the cracks on the pitch are expected to grow wider. However, Kohli would be grateful to Vihari for his work with the ball which somehow kept India in the game after a 112-run opening stand had threatened an Australian domination on a hot day in Perth.Also Read | India vs Australia: Virat Kohli’s stunning one-handed catch is a sight to beholdAlso Read | Shane Warne fancies an Australian win: Aussie pacers will blow India away in PerthAlso See:last_img read more


first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Southampton midfielder Will Smallbone thrilled with new dealby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveSouthampton midfielder Will Smallbone has signed a new contract.The 18 year-old has penned terms to 2021.“It’s amazing, I’ve been at the club now for quite a while so it feels good to first be offered a contract and then to get it signed,” he said, “it’s a dream come true.”“It’s a really proud moment for my family; I remember I got the call after the Manchester United game and Craig Fleming told me that they were looking to offer me a new contract. I told my mum straight away and she was just so proud.”Smallbone added: “Hopefully with the new manager coming in, if I keep playing well then I can catch the eye and try make my debut with the first team as soon as I can.” last_img read more


first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Neville shocked by Alexis’ Man Utd demiseby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United legend Gary Neville is shocked by Alexis Sanchez’s failure at Manchester United.The Chilean joined from Arsenal to become the club’s highest paid player but managed only five goals in 45 games. He left to join Inter Milan on loan for the rest of this season as he was considered surplus to requirements at Old Trafford. Neville told Sky Sports: “No-one could have foreseen the disaster that was about to happen with Alexis Sanchez.”I don’t know what happened to him. That wasn’t the Alexis Sanchez that played at Arsenal.”He wasn’t old when United signed him. He’d been proven.”He added: “We knew United would get only a couple of years out of him, I know his wages were massive.”But my point is, no-one could have foreseen how bad he would be for the club.” last_img read more


first_imgAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say ​Arsenal boss Emery: What I told Smith Rowe after substitution…by Freddie Taylora month agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal boss Unai Emery has revealed his words to Emile Smith Rowe after his substitution against Eintracht Frankfurt.The youngster was taken off despite a decent performance in the 3-0 win.And Emery revealed his words to the youngster, and how he believes Smith Rowe can improve in the coming weeks and months.He said to the club’s official website: “With him, we need to do more work with him on the pitch and outside. “Last year, he started well with us and played some matches. After, he left he on loan to Germany and then when he came back he was injured. “He played some matches with the under-23s, so today was big challenge for him. It was a big opportunity but also we needed to protect him. “He worked very well and I was very happy with him. I told him that.” last_img read more


first_imgTORONTO — Ontario’s financial watchdog is set to release his latest assessment of the province’s economy and the government’s fiscal outlook this morning.Financial Accountability Officer Peter Weltman is expected to discuss his fall economic and budget outlook at a news conference at 10 a.m.It will be his first such report since the Progressive Conservatives took office in June.The FAO issued its spring economic outlook just weeks before the provincial election, saying the province’s deficit would jump to almost $12 billion in 2018 as a result of higher spending in the budget presented by the then-governing Liberals, as well as weak revenue gains.The Liberals had projected a deficit of $6.7 billion, a figure that was also called into question by Ontario’s auditor general.The Tories have since accepted the auditor general’s accounting but say a commission of inquiry and financial review convened to examine government spending found the province’s deficit will grow to $15 billion this year.Weltman, meanwhile, announced this summer he would look into the new government’s cancellation of the cap-and-trade program in order to determine how much that decision will end up costing the province.The Canadian Presslast_img read more