Lighthouse Capital Limited (GFB.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Property sector has released it’s 2016 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Lighthouse Capital Limited (GFB.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Lighthouse Capital Limited (GFB.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Lighthouse Capital Limited (GFB.mu) 2016 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileLighthouse Capital Limited formerly (Greenbay Properties Limited) invests in real estate assets and listed companies which are involved in the retail sector of Mauritius. The company targets investment in developing diversified global real estate and infrastructure assets. Greenbay Properties Ltd is a predominant investor in Europe and the United Kingdom, targeting properties with strong sustainable income from high quality tenants with a strong likelihood of renewal of leases on expiry. Lighthouse Capital Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Jaiz Bank Plc (JAIZBANK.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2018 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Jaiz Bank Plc (JAIZBANK.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Jaiz Bank Plc (JAIZBANK.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Jaiz Bank Plc (JAIZBANK.ng) 2018 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileJaiz Bank Plc is a financial services institution providing Islamic non-interest banking services for retail, commercial and corporate sectors. Its full service product offering ranges from transactional accounts and term savings to working capital, real estate, personal, medical, education and project finance. Jaiz Bank provides online banking, leasing, banking cards and bonds and guarantees. The company has a national footprint with 27 branches located in the major towns and cities of Nigeria. Jaiz Bank Plc was founded in 2003. The company’s head office is in Abuja, Nigeria. Jaiz Bank Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Investing in FTSE 100 shares after the recent market crash may not yield a high return in the short run. The index could yet revert to a decline after its rebound. And investors may experience paper losses over the coming months.However, in the long run, the FTSE 100 has the potential to deliver higher returns than other major asset classes. As such, now could be the right time to invest £5,000 in high-quality stocks.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…With that in mind, here are two large-cap shares that appear to offer favourable risk/reward opportunities for the long term.PolymetalInvestor uncertainty has contributed to a rise in the price of gold in recent months, with gold miners such as FTSE 100-listed Polymetal (LSE: POLY) enjoying improving financial outlooks. As a result, its shares have risen by 34% since the start of the year.Despite their rise, Polymetal’s shares continue to offer good value for money. They trade on a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of around 12. And the company is forecast to post a rise in net profit of 7% in the next financial year. This could prove to be a relatively strong rate of growth compared to the wider FTSE 100, and it may just lead to improving investor sentiment towards the business.Looking ahead, the gold price may face a volatile period. There are uncertainties regarding when the global economy will return to a sense of normality following the lockdown. And this could impact on investor sentiment.However, Polymetal offers defensive characteristics due to gold’s appeal as a store of wealth. And the company has a dividend yield of around 5% too. So it could be a profitable FTSE 100 investment over the coming years.FTSE 100 retailer MorrisonsFTSE 100 retailers such as Morrisons (LSE: MRW) have experienced a challenging period during the lockdown. The company recently reported a rise in its like-for-like sales of 5.7% in the first quarter of the year. But it is likely to record significantly higher costs for the current year. For example, recruiting additional staff to meet high demand could raise its operating expenses and limit its profit growth potential.However, Morrisons seems to be well placed to capitalise on changing trends within the supermarket industry. It continues to invest in its online operations, which could prove to be increasingly popular among consumers over the coming years. It is also expanding its presence in the convenience store sector. This may diversify the business away from large-scale premises that have generally become less popular over recent years.Although Morrisons’ share price could experience a challenging period if the economy’s performance disappoints, the FTSE 100 company’s sound strategy and solid financial position may mean that it offers improving total return potential. As such, it could boost your portfolio’s performance and help you to bring your retirement date a step closer. 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Would you like to sign up to Rugby World’s excellent weekly email newsletter? Click here. Find a newsagent that sells Rugby World in the UK. Or you may prefer the digital edition on your MAC, PC, or iPad. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Back row (l-r): Mr S Howard (master i/c rugby), J Reason, D Wroe-Wright, P Stuff, D Fraser, M Osinibi, J Vallance, J Whiteford, A Bray, S Ofosu, H Austin, Mr S Thomas. Front row: F Pearce, S Holland, T Johnson, G John, D Beese (capt), T O’Flaherty, E Parsons, T Rosier, C Hablutzen. Back row (l-r): Mr S Howard (master i/c rugby), J Reason, D Wroe-Wright, P Stuff, D Fraser, M Osinibi, J Vallance, J Whiteford, A Bray, S Ofosu, H Austin, Mr S Thomas. Front row: F Pearce, S Holland, T Johnson, G John, D Beese (capt), T O’Flaherty, E Parsons, T Rosier, C Hablutzen. Dulwich College fended off Tregib CS, Edinburgh Academy, Stamford, Mount St Mary’s and Aylesbury GS to clinch the prize of a framed Team of the Month photo and 22 training tops.It was the London school’s first such award since 2004, when the XV was led by future England Saxons prop Tom Mercey.After a nine-game unbeaten run, including a defeat of Wellington College, they won the St Joseph’s College National Schools Festival under No 8 Anthony Bray, who took over the captaincy from the injured Dan Beese.The 11-7 win over Filton College was notable in that a school side outgunned an AASE college full of potential pro players. Dulwich had hardly put a foot wrong all weekend and they produced yet another inspired performance against Filton to win their first St Joseph’s title. Coach Sam Howard said: “We pride ourselves on defence and discipline – no real superstars but a side with a great team ethic and a desire to win.”That said, the role of Bray has been crucial, Dom Wroe-Wright has been terrific at openside, Tom O’Flaherty has proved a clever scrum-half and props Beno Obano and Jeremy Reason have been prominent ball-carriers.Top scorers are wing James Whiteford and centre Dom Fraser.Click here to see September’s School Team of the Month This article appeared in the January 2012 issue of Rugby World Magazine. For Back Issues Contact John Denton Services at 01733-385-170
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ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/899972/suncatch-norm-applebaum-architect Clipboard Save this picture!© Mary E. Nichols+ 17Curated by Fernanda Castro Share United States Stedman & Dyson Norm Applebaum AIA Photographs: Mary E. Nichols, Paul Barnett Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Structural Engineer: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/899972/suncatch-norm-applebaum-architect Clipboard Area: 54000 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Lang Contracting 2005 Suncatch / Norm Applebaum ArchitectSave this projectSaveSuncatch / Norm Applebaum Architect Houses City:Rancho Santa FeCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Mary E. NicholsRecommended ProductsWoodEGGERWood-based materials in EGGER HeadquartersFiber Cements / CementsSwisspearlSwisspearl Largo Fiber Cement PanelsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System – LINEAEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreText description provided by the architects. The architecture of “Suncatch” came about after an 8 year design and construction process. It sits on 30 acres in the prestigious area known as Rancho Santa Fe in Southern California. The project consists of 54,000 square feet of floor space divided as follows, 24,500 square feet of living space and 29,500 square feet for a 37 car showroom under the house. It was completed in 2005.Save this picture!© Mary E. NicholsSave this picture!Floor PlanThe architect’s client stated that he wanted the finest house in the region. The home is finished out using a half million board feet of clear vertical grain Douglas fir, floors, ceilings, cabinets, doors, fascia and all trim. Plaster walls and poured in place concrete, using a veneer system invented by the architect, are the finish materials. Views were to north but large overhangs were used to capture the south sun, this in turn brightens up the interior spaces of the architecture.Save this picture!© Mary E. NicholsThe roads are finished in hand cut Porphyry stone. One drives through and below the swimming pool before reaching the entry parking. To experience the leaded glass entry and leaded art glass throughout the house designed by the architect is truly amazing.Save this picture!© Mary E. NicholsThe architecture was designed by model only, no 2-dimensional drawings were used. This gave the architect time to study each space and learn what the scale should be for each room in the house. Working drawings were created after scaling all spaces from the study model.Save this picture!© Mary E. NicholsStated in 2005, “This house is one of the greatest pieces of architecture of the 21st Century”, according to the late Julius Shulman, famed architectural photographer.Save this picture!© Paul BarnettProject gallerySee allShow lessClerestory House / Pearson ArchitectureSelected ProjectsWinning Design Chosen for Sandy Hook MemorialArchitecture News Share Architects: Norm Applebaum Architect Area Area of this architecture project Photographs “COPY” Lead Architects: Year: Suncatch / Norm Applebaum Architect CopyHouses, Houses Interiors•Rancho Santa Fe, United States General Contractor: “COPY” Projects ArchDaily Manufacturers: Subzero/Wolf, Dixieline, Expo Stucco, Porphyry Stone, Valli & Valli CopyAbout this officeNorm Applebaum ArchitectOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesInterior DesignResidential InteriorsHouse InteriorsRancho Santa FeUnited StatesPublished on August 13, 2018Cite: “Suncatch / Norm Applebaum Architect” 13 Aug 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Union Square, 1934, some 60,000 communists gather in New York City to protest unemployment and capitalism.As 2014 begins, workers and oppressed people in the United States are looking at the fight ahead. Low-wage workers are on the move, demanding higher wages, union rights and dignity.Eighty years ago, workers were also fighting back and organizing for justice. The year 1934 was a turning point in the class struggle, and a great year for the working class. It was a year when low-paid workers shook the foundations of the U.S.The low-wage workers of the 1930s were often recent immigrants from Italy, Eastern Europe or Ireland who worked in industries. Some African-American workers, who had moved north trying to escape Jim Crow, also worked in the industries, receiving even lower wages. The steel mills, textile plants, packing houses and other urban industrial centers were known for their low wages, lengthy hours and unsafe working conditions.Beginning in 1929, the U.S. was experiencing the infamous Great Depression. Laid-off workers were poorly clothed, hungry and homeless across the country. Starting in 1931, there were huge uprisings of unemployed workers. The Hunger Marches, led by the Unemployed Councils, brought out thousands of workers to demand “Work or wages now!” “Don’t starve, fight!” was the slogan as veterans held the famous Bonus March of 1931, demanding benefits and occupying Washington, D.C.Many radical organizers looked for inspiration to the Soviet Union at the time, which was having an economic boom while the rest of the world was in a depression. Workers were inspired to fight back by communist leaders, who agitated about how unemployment, homelessness and poverty would be eliminated in a “Soviet America.”With unemployed workers and veterans already in motion, it was in 1934 that low-paid industrial workers took action on the job.The general strike waveIn San Francisco, the dockworkers shut the city down. They refused to unload the ships until their union was recognized and the humiliating “shape up” practices were ended. The union also demanded that Black workers be hired to work on the docks. When the longshore workers went on strike, workers all throughout the city joined them. President Franklin D. Roosevelt begged the strikers to return to work, as businesses throughout the country could not receive imported goods. Four longshore workers were killed by the National Guard, who opened fire on the striking workers.When the strike was finally over, the longshore workers had won many of their demands. They had union representation, much higher pay and better working conditions. Black workers were hired to work alongside white workers on the docks. The International Longshore and Warehouse Union still represents the dockworkers on the West Coast to this day.In Minneapolis, the drivers who delivered coal so people could heat their homes organized into the Teamsters union. Leaders of the local wanted to expand the union from simply representing the coal drivers to representing workers throughout the entire city. With the demand “Make Minneapolis a union town!” the coal drivers shut down the city.The rule was “no scab trucks.” No car could travel the streets of Minneapolis without a pass from the union. Activists from the union and community with baseball bats made sure of this. Soon, the National Guard was sent in, but the workers fought back.When the Minneapolis Teamsters strike ended, the workers were victorious. With Minneapolis as a base area, the Teamsters were able to expand to Kansas, Nebraska and other parts of the country, winning contracts and improving working conditions.In Toledo, Ohio, the workers at the Auto-Lite auto parts factory also shut the city down in a general strike. Workers across the city walked off the job in solidarity. The National Guard was sent in, and the workers fought back.In addition to the three municipal general strikes, 1934 was also the year of a national textile workers strike. Workers across the South in the National Textile Union went on strike to demand union representation. South Carolina’s governor declared a state of emergency in response to this uprising, and called out the National Guard and vigilante squads to battle the strikers.Then and nowThe American Federation of Labor was at first opposed to organizing industrial workers, instead focusing on “skilled trades.” In Minneapolis, San Francisco and Toledo, as well as in the textile mills of the South, it was communists, armed with the ideology of Marxism-Leninism, who led the struggle. To do it, they had to push back the right-wing labor bureaucrats.Communists like Samuel Darcy, Farrell Dobbs and William Z. Foster said all workers — “skilled” or “unskilled” — had the right to be unionized. They also said that racism had no place in the labor movement, and that Black workers and white workers should stand together against the bosses. They knew that successful strikes involved the support of the community, especially the unemployed and oppressed workers.Following the strike wave of 1934, Roosevelt signed the Wagner Act. The right of workers to organize unions became federal law. By the early 1940s, workers all across the country in steel mills, packing houses, rubber plants and auto plants had won union representation and better wages.In modern times, the Democratic Party often talks of bringing “good paying industrial jobs back to America.” They ignore the fact that industrial jobs only became good paying because of militant organizing and working-class struggle.Instead of trying to reimport industrial labor to the U.S., it is time for low-paid workers in fast-food restaurants, airports, hotels and everywhere to do what industrial workers did in 1934. It is time for them to fight back. Eighty years after 1934, we must raise the call for working-class power — and fight against capitalism!FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
During this pandemic, which requires social distancing to save lives, Workers World Party launched a series of webinars to break the isolation and put forth a revolutionary perspective on the COVID-19 pandemic and the capitalist crisis. The first webinar, titled “Capitalism is killing us!” connected the ongoing crises of capitalism: the bosses’ total disregard for human life; the lack of quality health care for all; the genocidal conditions in U.S. prisons; the 47 million who have lost their jobs in the past few weeks; and the impact of U.S. sanctions on countries fighting COVID-19. We also provided ideas on how to fight for revolutionary demands in this period, including WWP’s 10 socialist demands for the COVID-19 crisis. This event was not your typical Zoom call. With over 240 people on the webinar, including viewers from Tunisia, Germany and beyond, there is clearly a growing demand for revolutionary socialist analysis and strategy in this unprecedented catastrophe. Remarks by Monica Moorehead, a managing editor of Workers World newspaper; First Secretary of Workers World Party Larry Holmes; Makasi Motema, Peoples Power Assemblies-NYC; Sara Flounders, co-director of the International Action Center; Nate Chase, Workers World Party; and Taryn Fivek, sanctionskill.org can be seen at tinyurl.com/t44s3ga/. The April 2 webinar will connect the rising wave of strikes, including rent strikes, Amazon strikes, prisoner strikes, worker walkouts and even general strikes in some countries, which have occurred as capitalist governments across the world have failed to meet the needs of the people. This panel promises to include insightful analysis from the front lines of the class struggle.The global impact of COVID-19 has united the workers and oppressed in a common, worldwide struggle for health, safety, jobs and full pay during closings and layoffs. Rank-and-file resistance by workers — with or without unions — has closed schools, factories and workplaces in the interest of community health and has called out bosses who are mistreating workers in the midst of this grave situation.Join Workers World Party as we discuss the growing worker resistance to the capitalist response to COVID-19. Speakers will share experiences and strategize on building a united, working-class fightback. Register at tinyurl.com/sjof7p8/. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
ReddIt Caitlyn Rollins and Sydney Green accepted the award from PRSSA in Indianapolis. (Photo courtesy of Sydney Green) Sam Bruton ReddIt The team conducted research to find the best way to appeal to the target audience. They took advantage of the popularity of the Tanglewood Moms blog and mimicked its style to create a social media plan. The four “Roxstars” are Sydney Green, account executive and president of Roxo; Chandler Ebeier, social media manager; and Cami Fannin and Meggy Ralston, PR managers. Green, Fannin and Ralston are senior strategic communications majors, and Ebeier graduated from TCU in May.As a result of the Roxo team’s work, Tropical Smoothie Café saw double the clientele, an increase in social media engagement on Facebook and Instagram and improved brand awareness. Roxo earned national affiliation status with the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) just before winning the award. This affiliation allowed them to submit work in competition for the national award. They are one of 27 schools that have earned this affiliation status. “We weren’t really expecting this award because the other agencies have been [affiliated with PRSSA] for a while,” said Caitlyn Rollins, senior strategic communications major and vice president of communications for Roxo. “It shows just how good Roxo’s work is.”Caitlyn Rollins and Sydney Green accepted the award from PRSSA in Indianapolis. (Photo courtesy of Sydney Green)Rollins submitted the application that included a five-page essay detailing the social media tactics that earned the award. Also outlined in the essay were specifics about the team’s research, execution of plans and statistics that showed the outcomes of the work.Green was the liaison between the team and the client. “The client let us do what we thought was best and valued our opinions,” said Green.This award “reaffirmed that Roxo is producing the best work in the nation,” said Green. “We signed a new client last week and were able to say that we won this award at the interview.”Rollins said she looks forward to submitting more entries for the work they are doing this year at Roxo. They are working with clients including Textron, Acura and Samaritan House. “We have a big range of people we work with and we want to submit every award possible, including best student-run firm,” said Rollins.“It’s a good award to show upcoming students how good this agency is and how much real-world experience this work gives,” said Rollins. “At Roxo it’s all about the students working directly with clients for real-world experience.”“It’s a real agency,” said Green. “Even though we are students, we carry ourselves like any other firm in the DFW area.” Sam is a sophomore Journalism major and Graphic Design minor from Celina, Texas. She has a passion for photography and her cat, Albus. Find her on Twitter and Instagram as @sbbrut! Twitter TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history History professor explores the people behind the fight for civil rights in Texas Sam Brutonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/sam-bruton/ Facebook Sam Bruton https://www.tcu360.com/author/sam-bruton/ Sam Brutonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/sam-bruton/ printTeam members of Roxo,the student-run advertising and public relations agency housed in TCU’s Bob Schieffer College of Communication, accepted an award last week for “Best Tactic” on their work for the social media for Tropical Smoothie Café.The team created a social media plan for Tropical Smoothie Café as a tactic in a larger public relations campaign. Their goals were to bring traffic to the store and build brand awareness by tailoring its promotional efforts towards mothers in the area. Sam Brutonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/sam-bruton/ Linkedin Virtual Tour: Fort Worth murals and where to find them Five Graphic Design seniors to unveil three plus years worth of works TAGSembedded documentphoto slideshowphotos + posts TCU observes National Child Abuse Prevention Month Previous articleYoga practicing families become a part of FW film historyNext articleQuarterback controversy continues as TCU heads to Waco to face Baylor Sam Bruton RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Twitter World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Linkedin
News Vietnam sentences journalist Tran Thi Tuyet Dieu to eight years in prison VietnamAsia – Pacific Follow the news on Vietnam April 27, 2021 Find out more News VietnamAsia – Pacific Receive email alerts April 17, 2009 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Tourism publication banned for three months April 7, 2021 Find out more Organisation Help by sharing this information Three more independent reporters arrested in Vietnam April 22, 2021 Find out more News RSF_en Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns a three-month ban which the information and communication ministry has imposed on Du Lich, a biweekly published by the tourism department, because of articles in its Lunar New Year issue referring to an international territorial dispute. Du Lich was guilty of “serious violations of Vietnamese press law,” the ministry said.The offending stories were about the Spratly and Paracel Islands, which have been claimed by several nations in the region including China and Vietnam, although Vietnam has ended up recognising China’s claim. Du Lich is accused of publishing “untruthful information” as well as inciting violence and sowing hatred among nations.Reporters Without Borders calls on the government to allow the media to freely discuss the issue of the Spratly and Paracel Islands.An article by journalist Trung Bao praised the courageous spirit of those who participated in anti-China demonstrations in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City last year. Du Lich’s editors have reportedly accepted the ministry’s decision but refuse to recognise they were wrong. Deputy editor Nguyen Trung Dan told the BBC that all the newspaper did was reflect “the people’s wishes.” He added: “Isn’t it a good thing to encourage patriotism among the public?” to go further RSF laureates support jailed Vietnamese journalist Pham Doan Trang News