Mashonaland Holdings Limited (MASH.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Property sector has released it’s 2018 annual report.For more information about Mashonaland Holdings Limited (MASH.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Mashonaland Holdings Limited (MASH.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Mashonaland Holdings Limited (MASH.zw) 2018 annual report.Company ProfileMashonaland Holdings Limited is a property investment and development company in Zimbabwe, providing solutions to the retail, commercial and industrial sector. The Office/Retail division acquires, develops and leases warehouse and factories and the Pure Retail acquires, develops and leases retail outlets; with other divisions involved in acquiring, letting and managing residential and specialised property aswell as undeveloped land. Mashonaland Holdings Limited owns an in-house management division responsible for letting and maintaining privately-owned properties; and a property research and development division which identifies potential property investments and development opportunities. A financial division maintains company accounts according to regulatory accounting standards, invests funds in approved instruments and acquires properties for shareholder investments. Mashonaland Holdings Limited is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
Shame faced: Karmichael Hunt at a press conference after receiving his ban. (Photo Getty Images)Drug ban for HuntKarmichael Hunt should be counting himself lucky to have escaped with just a six-week suspension from the Australian Rugby Union and Queensland Rugby Union after he pleaded guilty in court to four charges of cocaine possession.He has been stripped of the vice-captaincy of Queensland Reds and fined Aus$30,000 by the unions (and only Aus$2,500 by the court) but to only miss out on six weeks of rugby seems lenient. Stan Pilecki, who played 122 times for Queensland during the 1970s and 1980s, believes Hunt should have been kicked out of rugby altogether, even though he was contracted to play Aussies rules for Gold Coast Suns at the time of the offences. “He hasn’t fulfilled his contract to the Reds or Australian rugby or all the kids out there he was going to be an example for,” Pilecki told News Corp in Australia. Never say dieNorthampton Saints and Cardiff Blues both deserve praise for playing to the last peep of the referee’s whistle, as they changed the results of their games at the death.Northampton snatched a draw at Gloucester with a try scored by Samu Manoa and converted by Stephen Myler. They had trailed 23-9 at halftime and such is their lead in the Premiership that it wouldn’t have made a difference to their playoff hopes if they had lost this game, but they still found the grit to battle for a share of the points.Rhys Patchell landed the match-winning conversion with the last kick of the Blues’ game against Connacht after his team kept the ball alive for three minutes during stoppage time before finally creating the gap for Joaquin Tuculet to score the decisive try and turn an 11-17 deficit into an 18-17 win.That makes it two wins in a row for a Blues side who were all at sixes and sevens last month and shows their spirit has returned.Final score: Joaquin Tuculet touches down the decisive try for Cardiff Blues. (Photo: Inpho) TAGS: Cardiff BluesNorthampton Saints Welsh sweep the boardThe four Welsh regions beat the four Irish regions in the Guinness Pro12 this weekend for the first time since October 2010. Cardiff Blues got the ball rolling with a controversial but gutsy 18-17 win over Connacht, then the Ospreys beat Munster 26-12, the Scarlets downed Leinster 23-13 and the Newport Gwent Dragons rounded it off on Sunday afternoon with a 26-22 win over Ulster.The Welsh had home advantage in all four cases, but it was still a set of results to be proud of and put the Ospreys back up into the top four and kept the Scarlets in contention for a Champions Cup place next season.All smiles: The Ospreys celebrate the try scored by No 8 Dan Baker. (Photo: Inpho) Back row to the foreOpenside flanker James Davies was the Man of the Match in the Scarlets’ victory over Leinster after an outstanding performance in attack and defence. He helped set up Jordan Williams’s second-half try and seemed to be all over the pitch. Plaudits go to two of his back-row colleagues as well – John Barclay, who scored the Scarlets’ first try and replacement Rory Pitman who was a force to be reckoned with later in the game and barged through two tacklers and reach over the line to score the final try. Top try: Christian Wade scored arguably the try of the weekend for Wasps. (Photo Action Images) Landmark matchHats off to referee Wayne Barnes who became only the third man to take charge of 150 Aviva Premiership matches when he officiated at Bath v Sale this weekend.Barnes, 35, has refereed at two World Cups, set the record for the youngest ever Heineken Cup final referee in 2010 and looks odds-on to break Chris White’s record for taking charge of the most Premiership matches, which stands at 190.Phil Winstanley, the rugby director at Premiership Rugby, says: “Wayne is obviously very highly regarded by players, officials and coaches from within Premiership Rugby and I’m sure I speak on behalf of all in congratulating Wayne on reaching this milestone.” LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS King of the HolmBoth sides produced some fabulous rugby in Saturday’s 33-33 Aviva Premiership draw between Gloucester and Northampton but James Hook was responsible for the match’s golden moment as he showed once more why he is becoming a real favourite at Kingsholm.The outside-half went on one of his elusive, jinking runs from his own half and after he had broken the Saints’ line, instead of continuing on his own he put in the most exquisite kick with the outside of his boot to find wing Charlie Sharples steaming through on the outside to collect the ball and score. It was a perfect kick made while running at full pace and not something many fly-halves would attempt, never mind carry off successfully. The SinnersEnding on a sour noteTwo match officials found themselves subject to big criticism for decisions at the death of games which changed the result.Firstly, on Friday evening, Cardiff Blues scored a try six minutes into stoppage time to turn an 11-17 deficit against Connacht into an 18-17 win, after touch-judge Leighton Hodges advised referee Lloyd Linton to award a penalty for in at the side against Tom McCartney instead of a knock-on against Alex Cuthbert. The Blues went through the phases for three minutes until Joaquin Tuculet scored and Rhys Patchell converted, leaving Connacht head coach Pat Lam incensed that the match had not ended when Cuthbert knocked on.Then, on Saturday afternoon, referee Greg Garner helped Northampton snatch a late draw at Gloucester by firstly penalising Yann Thomas in a scrum when he looked to have done nothing illegal to force the visitors into reverse gear, then giving the softest of lineout penalties against Tom Palmer for the lightest of contacts on Courtney Lawes in the air. Saints kicked that penalty to touch five metres out and rolled a maul over for a try which meant the match ended as a 33-33 draw.Former England prop Dave Flatman said on BT Sport: “At the last scrum Yann Thomas did a brilliant job on Gareth Denman and was punished for it,” and commenting on the lineout penalty, he added: “There was physical contact but this is rugby for goodness sake.”It was a great shame a match which featured so much excellent rugby from both sides ended in controversy. The SaintsThat’s the Wade to do itChristian Wade gave Stuart Lancaster a timely reminder of his try-scoring prowess with a superb try for Wasps against Saracens in the Aviva Premiership on Sunday. Wasps attacked from their own half after stealing a lineout and Elliot Daly sent the ball spinning to Wade as he came speeding down the right wing on halfway.Wade chipped and chased, dribbled skilfully towards the corner and even though Alex Goode forced him out into touch, he still used his athleticism and strength to dive towards the bobbling ball in the in-goal area and touch it down. The fact that his feet were in touch did not matter as he was not carrying the ball and the TMO and referee awarded the try.Daly wrote some headlines of his own soon afterwards with a remarkable individual try, weaving and swerving through the defence from 60 metres out. However, these two Champagne moments were in vain for Wasps, as Saracens came back to win the game 26-17. The Aviva Premiership and Guinness Pro12 served up some five-star rugby this weekend with the spring sunshine helping the try-scorers to blossom and Wales teaching Ireland a lesson at regional level. Sam’s the manOspreys outside-half Sam Davies scored 21 of his team’s 26 points in their win over Munster and played a key role in Dan Baker’s try too, finding the back row with a long pass inside the 22. Not only did Davies land six penalties to punish the indiscretions of a Munster side which had come to Cardiff as league leaders, but he had the maturity to kick a drop-goal just before halftime to take the lead beyond two scores at 17-0. It was a long way back from Munster from there and they didn’t trouble the scorers until the last ten minutes of the game.
Please enter your comment! Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Please enter your name here UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 TAGSWeek in Review Previous articleUCF nursing students reach out to Apopka FarmworkersNext article3 Mistakes People Make When Buying a Car Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Where water has overtopped Lust Road, an alligator enjoys a sailfin catfish. In many areas, water levels remain above the desired level. 6 stories that shaped Apopka’s news weekBlue Darters fall, Mustangs rise in AP Top 10 PollApopka opens second voting precinct for March electionsLake Apopka North Shore: Continued rainfall and saturated roads slow repair workMcKinley wins Champion of Justice AwardApopka’s Camp WEWA gets a makeoverUCF nursing students reach out to Apopka Farmworkers
Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The Anatomy of Fear Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Please enter your comment! LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Update: From the Orange County Sheriff’s OfficeMISSING ENDANGERED CHILD Lailah Marie Wright has been located in Las Vegas, Nevada. She was located in good health. We would like to thank everyone who assisted in her safe recovery.The investigation is currently active and ongoing.Missing/Endangered Child AlertFrom the Orange County Sheriff’s OfficeWe need your help…Missing From: OrlandoMissing Since: 03/14/2018Details: On March 14th, at approximately 8:30 AM, Lailah Wright was last seen in the area of Willwemac Court in Orlando. She was wearing a white pull-over sweatshirt with black letters “ADIDAS”, black sweatpants with jeans underneath, and carrying a purple backpack.There is a concern for her well-being as she never made it to school or returned back home. Missing Persons detectives are reaching out to anyone who might have knowledge regarding her whereabouts. Please contact the Orange County Sheriff’s Office at 407-836-HELP (4357) with any information. Please enter your name here TAGSMissing ChildOrange County Sheriff’s Office Previous articleWolf Lake’s furious rally in County Championship falls just shortNext articleRethink. Reset. Recycle. Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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Howard Lake | 4 August 2004 | News Charity Commission consults on Welsh language service The Charity Commission has launched a public consultation on its draft Welsh Language Scheme.The draft Scheme sets out how the Commission will aim to treat English and Welsh on an equal basis when providing services to the public in Wales.Comments on the draft scheme should be sent via writing or by e-mail by 29 October 2004. Advertisement 14 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 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
Fighting retaliation at Google and BoeingTwo mega-billion-dollar U.S.-based international corporations retaliated recently against employees who dared to organize for better working conditions.About 20,000 Google workers staged a multicontinent walkout last November demanding changes in how sexual misconduct allegations are handled. An internal email published April 26 by Wired reported that two employee activists behind the protest accuse Google of retaliation. Google denied it.Employee activist Claire Stapleton was demoted from marketing manager after the walkout. Only after her lawyer contacted Google did management conduct an investigation and walk back her demotion. “While my work has been restored,” said Stapleton, “the environment remains hostile.” Meredith Whittaker, who co-signed the email, said her role has been “changed dramatically.” She was told she had to give up her role at the AI Now Institute at New York University, which she co-founded, and to stop her work on artificial intelligence ethics. The women write: “Our stories aren’t the only ones. Google has a culture of retaliation, which too often works to silence women, people of color, and gender minorities.” (bbc.com, April 23)In November 2018, Richard Mester, who brought 30 years of engineering experience to Boeing in South Carolina where he has been a flight safety inspector for five years, was suddenly fired — along with two other employees — for allegedly failing to report a bird strike. Impossible, said Mester, who had just been elected a union shop steward. The three workers filed Unfair Labor Practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board, alleging there was no bird strike, but that it was just an excuse to fire workers in the ongoing International Association of Machinists unionization drive. Boeing filed an objection. The NLRB refused to comment.“Boeing has no qualms about squashing any possibility of a union down here,” Mester told the May 3 Guardian. IAM Associate General Counsel Bill Haller explained: “[Boeing wanted] to send the message that if you support the union you’re going to get fired. They’re not being subtle.” In an email to the Guardian, Boeing denied retaliation.In addition to accusing Boeing of spying on workers who voted in the election, the union is seeking $100 million in a wage theft case — the largest involving a federal contractor. “They started writing people up for things that were the norm. They’ve targeted union supporters,” said an unidentified Boeing worker hoping to avoid retaliation. He noted that after the union vote, Boeing increased the workload of workers who voted for the union, reduced quality control and frequently re-assigned workers to job openings in different locations.Rutgers faculty win historic contract!In a late-night bargaining session, on the brink of a strike (which would have been the first in the university’s 253 years), 5,000 full-time faculty and graduate workers at Rutgers University won a victory with a robust seven-year contract. They organized jointly with the American Association of University Professors and the American Federation of Teachers. During more than a year of pickets and protests, the union won support online and in the classroom with a creative social media campaign as well as “picket with your professor” events.The workers’ gains address equity, security and dignity. Now there is equal pay for equal work for female faculty, faculty of color and for faculty in the Newark and Camden campuses. All faculty can now apply for equity correction if they believe their peers are unjustly earning more. Significant pay increases will help the lowest-paid members. Graduate workers will see their pay increase from $25,969 to $30,162 over the course of the contract. The union also won $20 million for diversity hiring and the guarantee of a workplace free of harassment and stalking, enforced by binding arbitration.The contract revises the “green card” policy, so that faculty can now sponsor non-tenure-track faculty for permanent residency. NTT workers, often the most exploited, will have grievance procedures. Graduate employees and NTT faculty also won greater job security. The union won language requiring academic freedom that applies to social media. Though this is an historic victory, nearly 3,000 part-time adjuncts still await a contract, fair salaries and health care. Stay tuned. (Rutgers AAUP.org, April 17)FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Help by sharing this information Spain is ranked 29th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2019 World Press Freedom Index.RSF lists the attacks on journalistic freedom in the past two years in Catalonia here. SpainEurope – Central Asia Reports and statisticsProtecting journalists Citizen-journalistsViolence Organisation The assault on Jiménez took place as Catalan independence supporters were commemorating the second anniversary of Catalonia’s banned independence referendum on 1 October 2017. Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU RSF has registered around 50 attacks on reporters and press freedom violations in Catalonia in the two years since the months of September and October 2017. “Killing the messenger” is now the leading way for demonstrators to express their anger, with the result that journalists reporting live on Catalonia’s streets are exposed to physical and psychological dangers that are incompatible with the freedom to inform. RSF_en Receive email alerts to go further SpainEurope – Central Asia Reports and statisticsProtecting journalists Citizen-journalistsViolence December 2, 2020 Find out more Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for an end to attacks on journalists in Catalonia, innortheastern Spain, and urges politicians and media outlets to defuse the tension. Theviolence is growing in intensity, says RSF, which has registered some 50 violations of thefreedom to inform in Catalonia in the past two years. April 27, 2021 Find out more News Follow the news on Spain RSF and 60 other organisations call for an EU anti-SLAPP directive October 8, 2019 Alarm about growing violence against reporters in Catalonia News “We are shocked and alarmed by the images that periodically reach us from Catalonia as we can see that the intensity of the attacks on the media is growing,” said Pauline Adès-Mével, the head of RSF’s European Union desk. “What began as chanted slogans and criticism has become insults, harassment, intimidation and now physical violence. This is a pattern that is always repeated in spirals of hate against journalists.” News “The climate of tension for radio and TV reporters is unbearable in Catalonia,” said Alfonso Armada, the president of RSF Spain. “The extreme political polarization has transferred to the media, and from the media to civil society. We therefore urge politicians and media outlets to act responsibly and to reduce tension insofar as they can.” Two Spanish journalists killed in eastern Burkina Faso Video footage of the harassment and physical violence to which Tele5 reporter Laila Jiménez was subjected by pro-Catalan independence demonstrators in Barcelona last week has caused shock throughout Spain and abroad, as it confirms that it is now dangerous for reporters to cover Catalan separatism on the region’s streets. Armada added: “The imminent sentencing in the trial of the independence leaders will trigger more demonstrations, and journalists must not be made to pay the price with more assaults. We are already reaching absolutely intolerable levels of aggressiveness and violence.” June 2, 2021 Find out more Reports
Home Local News Education Jazz musicians offer clinics for ECISD students WhatsApp Registration set for engineering camp ECISD Division of Fine Arts. Twitter Twitter About 13 professional musicians and vocalists who have worked with some of the top acts in the country visited Ector County Independent School District students this week to mark Jazz for Middle Schools.The musicians are also conducting clinics for Odessa College and University of Texas of the Permian Basin students. Thursday, they worked with the Odessa High School Jazz Band at the Odessa High School Performing Arts Center.Fine Arts Coordinator John Gillian said the music is jazz and pop, but it has increased interest among students in jazz. Gillian noted that the Wilson & Young Medal of Honor Middle School jazz band was added this year because of previous Jazz for Middle School events.Gillian said he expects the musical performances during the past couple of days have changed lives. Saxophonist Tom Evans, center, plays with students during a clinic with the Odessa High School Jazz Band on Thursday at the Odessa High School Performing Arts Center. Evans has played with artist such as Eagles members Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh and Don Henley as well as Rod Stewart, U2, Ricky Lee Jones, Wilson Phillips and Weird Al Yankovic. Evan has also performed for numerous TV shows including The Emmy Awards, Dr. Phil, The Tonight Show, Rachel Ray, and Scrubs. Evans’ sounds have appeared on countless commercials for Coca-Cola, Verizon, Nike, Adidas, Audi, ESPN and many more. Movie credits included Anchorman and Austin Powers. Saxophonist Tom Evans said he got involved with the jazz events through Executive Director of Fine Arts Mark Lyon when Lyon was in Uvalde.Thursday was the first time the musicians had a chance to work with the students, Evans said.“… The kids are like sponges. That’s why I enjoyed working at Uvalde. They just are really eager to learn and so it’s very rewarding for all of us to come and do this because they’re just so interested in music. It’s great for us,” Evans said.He said some of the students may have potential to become professional.“You never know. You just want to encourage them to do what they want to do and to explore every kind of music. You try to open up their eyes, whether it’s a career choice for them or not. As long as you’re passionate about it or get excited about it, whether it be dance, or theater, or sports or whatever, it’s great for kids to get outside, to do stuff for themselves rather than sitting and looking at a computer all day,” Evans said.Bass guitarist Derek Frank said he hopes he and his fellow musicians have inspired some youngsters.“It’s been great, especially the younger kids. They get a little more excited sometimes. The older kids are too cool for school and don’t want to show emotion as much as the younger kids. But elementary school kids are a blast. The last show we did yesterday (Wednesday), for the last song they all came up to the front of the stage. It was cool,” Frank said.He said young audiences can be a lot better than the adult version.“… A lot of times they watch a concert through their cell phone. Everybody’s out there looking at you through their cell phone. You just want to tell them put the phone away (and) enjoy the experience,” Frank said.Fornero said the quality of music he’d heard so far Thursday morning was better than he expected.“I thought they were actually quite good. The concept of swing music was something that they’re developing. I thought overall it was quite good,” Fornero said.He added that the musicians played six concerts in two days for middle school students.“All the concerts are at Bonham Middle School, but Bonham Middle School kids were at the last one and they went absolutely hysterical. The reason we’re here is to try to excite these kids and to have some influence on them to consider the arts as part of their schooling and as part of their life,” Fornero said.He said the feeling of gratitude he got after playing the Bonham concert made he and his colleagues feel like they were appreciated and that their messages were getting through.“It was one of the great experiences of my life. It was really special,” Fornero said.The OHS jazz band is conducted by assistant OHS Band Director Jimmy Olague.Isaac Beseril, a 17-year-old junior saxophone player, said it was interesting to hear what the musicians had to say and what they could teach him and fellow students about what they had learned over the years.Jersain Hermosillo, an 18-year-old senior, plays the trombone.“I think it’s pretty outstanding because not everyone gets the opportunity to get as many people as we did to come and help us get better,” fellow student and trombone player Jersain Hermosillo said.More Information Facebook Trumpeter Dan Fornero, center, plays with students during a clinic with the Odessa High School Jazz Band Thursday at the Odessa High School Performing Arts Center. Forenero has partial movie credits in La La Land, Central Intelligence, X-Men:Apocalypse, jungle Book, The Secret Life of Pets, Goosebumps, Minions, Batman Returns, Polar Express, Happy Feet, The Simpson Movie, The Lorax, Toy Story 3 as well as many TV Shows. By admin – January 20, 2018 Guitarist Jon Sosin, center, plays with Odessa High Jazz Band student Ibrahim Martinez during a clinic Thursday at the Odessa High School Performing Arts Center. Smoked Bacon Wrapped French Vidalia OnionUpside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakeFoolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay 1 of 3 WhatsApp OCA top 2 were ESL students Pinterest Previous articleOC presents ‘I Never Saw Another Butterfly’Next articleCity hosts meeting on University widening admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Saxophonist Tom Evans, center, plays with students during a clinic with the Odessa High School Jazz Band on Thursday at the Odessa High School Performing Arts Center. Evans has played with artist such as Eagles members Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh and Don Henley as well as Rod Stewart, U2, Ricky Lee Jones, Wilson Phillips and Weird Al Yankovic. Evan has also performed for numerous TV shows including The Emmy Awards, Dr. Phil, The Tonight Show, Rachel Ray, and Scrubs. Evans’ sounds have appeared on countless commercials for Coca-Cola, Verizon, Nike, Adidas, Audi, ESPN and many more. Movie credits included Anchorman and Austin Powers. Pinterest Local NewsEducation Jazz musicians offer clinics for ECISD students Noel earns award Facebook
By News Highland – November 21, 2011 Condemnation of Creggan Hill punishment shooting Newsx Adverts Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp There’s been widespread condemnation of a paramilitary style shooting in Derry last night in which a man in his early twenties was shot in both ankles.The man is recovering in hospital after the shooting which happened just before 7.30 last evening at a house in Creggan Hill.A young mother and a group of children playing in the area at the time were threatened by the masked gunmen, before they made their getaway through a nearby alleyway to a waiting car.Speaking this morning, local MLA Pat Ramsey said there is absolutely no place in Derry for guns or kangaroo courts……………[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/prams1pm.mp3[/podcast] Pinterest 448 new cases of Covid 19 reported today Facebook WhatsApp Previous articleDeputy Joe McHugh accused of ‘loose talk’ on A5 issueNext articleRyanair boss says Donegal will benefit from new routes at Knock News Highland Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published