Taj Pamodzi Hotels Plc (PMODZI.zm) listed on the Lusaka Securities Exchange under the Tourism sector has released it’s 2005 abridged results.For more information about Taj Pamodzi Hotels Plc (PMODZI.zm) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Taj Pamodzi Hotels Plc (PMODZI.zm) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Taj Pamodzi Hotels Plc (PMODZI.zm) 2005 abridged results.Company ProfileTaj Pamodzi Hotel Plc is a leading hospitality company in Zambia, offering five-star accommodation and facilities for individual and business travellers. The company owns and operates Taj Pamodzi Hotel which is based in the central business district of Lusaka, and conveniently located to the international airport. The hotel boasts 193 luxury rooms, five meeting rooms and a selection of restaurants. The luxury hotel also has onsite a fully-equipped health and fitness centre with a heated swimming pool, a wellness and beauty spa, medical clinic, hair salon and florist. Taj Pamodzi Hotels Plc is a subsidiary of Tata Zambia Limited, an international automobile assembly and distributor company. Taj Pamodzi Hotel Plc is listed on the Lusaka Stock Exchange
CAFCA Limited (CAFCA.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Engineering sector has released it’s 2016 abridged results.For more information about CAFCA Limited (CAFCA.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the CAFCA Limited (CAFCA.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: CAFCA Limited (CAFCA.zw) 2016 abridged results.Company ProfileCAFCA manufactures and supplies cable and allied products for the transmission and distribution of electrical energy and telecommunication. Its primary market is Southern and Central Africa, although it has an export footprint that extends to parts of Europe, including Russia. The company prides itself in manufacturing over 900 cabling products to British, South African and Zimbabwe quality standards, including 11KV XLPE cables. CAFCA Limited recovers decommissioned cables for recycling; and supplies telecommunication cable ranging from indoor cable to underground cable and aerial self-supporting cable. Established in 1947, CAFCA is a subsidiary of CBi Electric African Cables (South Africa) which is owned by Reunert Limited (South Africa). CAFCA listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange; Johannesburg Stock Exchange and London Stock Exchange
Mauritius Cosmetics Limited (MCOS.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Pharmaceuticals sector has released it’s 2017 abridged results.For more information about Mauritius Cosmetics Limited (MCOS.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Mauritius Cosmetics Limited (MCOS.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Mauritius Cosmetics Limited (MCOS.mu) 2017 abridged results.Company ProfileMauritius Cosmetics Limited is based in Mauritius and is involved in the production of toothpaste, related cosmetic products as well as furniture care products. The company manufactures and distributes its products under the brand names Yves Rocher, Blaise Mautin, Azzaro, and Clarins just to name a few. Mauritius Cosmetics Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
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By Mark CoughlanSo the World Cup has started, and it was an alarming opening weekend for South Africa, and a great one for England. For Wales, meanwhile, the jury remains out, especially on that forward pass.We’re talking, of course, about the officials – and in particular, the use of the TMO. The South African combination of referee Jaco Peyper and TMO Shaun Veldsman at Friday night’s opening encounter combined to rule on six different on-field decision. Six! The first half alone took 50 minutes, for pity’s sake. The toilets at Twickenham will rarely have felt such a brutal rush once the half-time whistle went (without any need for video clarification, thankfully).Waiting game: Referee Jaco Peyper spent a lot of time waiting for the TMO’s decisionOkay, we want the right judgments, but it’s the speed of the calls that can puncture an atmosphere in no time. Well, in a lot of time, but you get the point. And don’t even get me started on calls being reversed because of a TV director happening to show a certain angle before a conversion is taken.On Sunday, Wayne Barnes gave a textbook lesson in how to use the TMO, and it is something World Rugby need to show to other officials. He spoke to his man upstairs while the game was still flowing, and only stopped the game once, to check that Richie McCaw’s boot had strayed. “Can you check that pass/tackle?” became a popular refrain, even while Barnes was still watching the play unfold in front of him. New Zealand might not be a fan, but Barnes was the perfect tonic to some of the TMO tyros around him. Even the crowd showed their appreciation when he sent McCaw to the bin, with a Simpsons-inspired chorus of Boo-arnes greeting the decision.Sensible reffing: Wayne Barnes let the game flow while he checked with his TMO for decisionsWith so much at stake, and such marginal calls making such a major impact, it’s no wonder that the men in the middle rely so much on the video replays afforded them, but for me, something has to change in order to save our game. Rugby fans love to laugh at football’s slow acceptance of video technology, but surely it is time for our own game to look elsewhere for inspiration? Several times over the weekend, there seemed like an interminable wait for a TMO’s decision, that stunted the natural ebb and flow of the game. Wayne Barnes showed the way forward LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Close call: Nikola Matawalu nearly scored one of the tries of the tournament A combination of cricket and NFL could help the game move forward without avoiding the obvious need to use this technology. Cricket allows the captain to make up to two unsuccessful reviews per innings, and is surely something rugby can look at. Imagine the ball goes dead, then Jonny May trots over to Chris Robshaw and tells him he was upended in a tackle. Refer, check upstairs, correct decision and England don’t lose an appeal. Even better, the atmosphere isn’t affected because instead of the referee’s call, it is almost Robshaw’s decision to make the call. If May feels it was marginal, we move on just in case it means a lost appeal. With citing commissioners floating around, foul play will be punished in the end anyway.Juggling: Noa Nakaitaci loses control of the ball leading to a long TMO delayTaking things one step further, what about the NFL perogative that the officials have 60 seconds to rule on a coach’s challenge? Once the referee thinks a try has been scored (and neither captain is going to appeal), there could be a limit on their own referral time. “I think it was held up – you have 60 seconds to prove me wrong, or else I’m giving a scrum”.Whatever the right route to take, one thing is certain – the situation we saw with the Nikola Matawalu and Noa Nakaitaci efforts make a shambles of our sport. Owen Farrell said over the weekend that he would drop kick a conversion as quickly as possible if it meant the referee could no longer change his mind.When our game has come to that stage, something has gone seriously wrong. Or has it? Let me just check the big screens…
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Charities Aid Foundation is calling on consumers to stop wasting money on unwanted subscriptions and donate some of the cash to charities instead.CAF’s new Ditch the Deals campaign highlights the £800m UK consumers spent on unwanted subscriptions over the last 12 months, and calls on consumers to steer clear of signing up to free trials that can end up costing them hundreds of pounds and consider alternative ways of spending their money.YouGov data shows that almost half of UK consumers (47%) have accidentally signed up for an annual subscription because they forgot or were unable to cancel, to a tune of £800m in the last 12 months, with one in eight having done it at least twice in the past year. Another one in eight people paid for their unwanted subscription for over four months before cancelling it, while almost a quarter (23%) paid for two to three months, with just under a half (48%) cancelling within a month.Two percent (around a million people) have paid £200 or more for a rolling subscription they didn’t want.CAF is suggesting alternatives such as:Providing support and training for six refugees – under £200 will pay for six cookery classes from Migrateful, taught by a refugee, asylum seeker or isolated migrant. This social enterprise offers language and skills training to their chefs, as well as a source of incomeGiving two vulnerable families a couple of goats each – a source of milk, meat and long-term income, via Save the Children.Building toilets in the developing world – less than £200 will pay for a mason to construct three personal toilets for families who need them, via WaterAid.CAF’s Caroline Mallan said:“We’ve all been lured in by the free trial deals and become stuck with services we don’t even us. With consumers wasting an eye-watering £800m on these deals, we wondered if people would rather see some of that money put to better use?” Advertisement CAF campaign asks consumers to ditch unused subscriptions & donate the cash Tagged with: Charities Aid Foundation Research / statistics 281 total views, 2 views today Melanie May | 23 September 2019 | News 282 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis5 About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com.
RSF_en Receive email alerts to go further Organisation ColombiaAmericas ColombiaAmericas RSF, IFEX-ALC and Media Defence, support FLIP and journalist Diana Díaz against state harassment in Colombia Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Colombia RSF begins research into mechanisms for protecting journalists in Latin America Reporters Without Borders today roundly condemned the attempted kidnapping of Pedro Cárdenas of radio RCN Honda by presumed members of the paramilitary United Self-Defence Groups of Colombia (AUC) on 12 March in the town of Honda, 200 km. west of Bogota in Tolima department.”We reiterate our call to all the armed groups to respect journalists,” Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Robert Ménard said. “This kidnapping attempt is particularly worrying as it raises question about the existence of links between the AUC and local business and political leaders,” Ménard added.A total of 83 journalists have been abducted or detained by illegal armed groups since 1997. Because of the AUC’s repeated attacks on press freedom, its military chief Carlos Castaño is on the Reporters Without Borders worldwide list of predators of press freedom.A man turned up at Cárdenas’ home on 12 March and forced Cárdenas come with him on his motorcycle. They joined up with two other men who were waiting in a taxi. The first man then introduced himself as the AUC “No. 2 commander” in the region and told Cárdenas they wanted to question him about some of the “details” of his news reports. They drove out of the town with Cárdenas but were stopped by police in a patrol car who arrested the abductors. Since then, Cárdenas has been holed up in his home, protected by the police. He has been advised to leave the region if not the country.Nine days earlier, on 3 March, Cárdenas received a visit from two men on a motorcycle who, without identifying themselves, told him to give up his radio job, stop criticising the municipal council and never again mention Alcanos de Colombia. This is a company that was awarded a gas concession by the town hall which was considered questionable by Cárdenas.Cárdenas has been RCN Honda’s news director for a year and a half. He also presents a daily phone-in programme called “Community voice” and a “Neighbourhood news programme” in which he analyses local news. In both programmes, Cárdenas has often criticised the municipal government and reported on alleged corruption.In November 2000, when he was a correspondent with Radio Lumbi, Cárdenas had to leave Tolima department and then the country after receiving threats. He had been investigating cases of corruption as well as reporting on the AUC’s arrival in the region. He returned to Tolima at the end of 2001 to take up his job with RCN Honda. Reports News News 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies News March 14, 2003 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Paramilitaries try to kidnap radio station’s news editor May 13, 2021 Find out more April 27, 2021 Find out more October 21, 2020 Find out more