ABSA Bank of Botswana Limited (ABBL.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2020 annual report.For more information about ABSA Bank of Botswana Limited reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations visit the ABSA Bank of Botswana Limited company page on AfricanFinancials.Indicative Share Trading Liquidity The total indicative share trading liquidity for ABSA Bank of Botswana Limited (ABBL.bw) in the past 12 months, as of 5th June 2021, is US$4.36M (BWP49.29M). An average of US$363.12K (BWP4.11M) per month.ABSA Bank of Botswana Limited Annual Report DocumentCompany ProfileAbsa Bank of Botswana Limited formerly (Barclays Bank of Botswana Limited) is an established financial services group; providing solutions in the retail, commercial and corporate sector in Botswana. The group has a national footprint, with 34 branches and 75 ATMs located in the major towns and cities of Botswana. Its personal banking products and services range from savings and fixed deposits to graduate loans, funeral cover and smart phone banking services. Its business banking division provides the standard solutions for commercial and corporate transactions, investments and loans, as well as an array of specialised financial solutions such as treasury services, foreign exchange and currency repo, risk management and trade finance products. Absa Bank of Botswana Limited is a subsidiary of Barclays Africa Group Limited.
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He was unceremoniously dropped after two games as the rudder man after a thumping against South Africa at Twickenham, with Toby Flood replacing him. Nevertheless, he had climbed back to the top of the game in record time.Back in the game (-ish): Cipriani with England, 2008Paul O’ConnellHe may not have been rebuilt like the Bionic Man or Robocop, clunking back into play months ahead of schedule, but O’Connell was back into Lions contention just in time for tour selection.O’Connell had some dark times after having surgery on a bulging disc in his back,commenting that just after Christmas he found it hard to see himself being in the mix in the summer. He fought back, though, and after a powerhouse display against Harlequins in the Heineken Cup quarter-finals he announced to the world that he was ready to play some tour rugby again.Although he is now out of that tour, he also impressed in the first Lions Test against the Wallabies.Dan LydiateTwo years after a crushed disc, a broken vertebra and torn neck ligaments, Dan Lydiate made his debut for Wales. Comeback kid: Medicine be damned, Tommy Bowe returns to the Lions side only two weeks after breaking his handBy Alan DymockIN A more surprising comeback than the denim jacket, Tommy Bowe has returned to the Lions starting team just a fortnight after breaking his hand.Doctor James Robson has expressed his shock at welcoming Bowe back to full training and the story of his return to the Tests will go down as one of the great tour tales. He is only one of many who have disregarded the docs on their way to a glorious return…Back in black: Steve Thompson re-invented himself at BriveSteve ThompsonIn April of 2007, Thompson retired from rugby after suffering a serious neck injury for Northampton earlier that year.The English World Cup winner and Lions tourist in 2005 signed on with Brive as a “technical advisor” the next season, but just months into his stay he announced a comeback. Everything was declared above board, medically, and he played again some seven months after retiring. He was recalled to England duty in 2009, returned to the Premiership with Leeds Carnegie in 2010, scored for England in the Six Nations in 2011 and signed for Wasps for the 2011/2012 season.He retired just after starting pre-season with Wasps after his neck problems flared up again, but by that point he had already cemented himself in rugby folklore.Danny CiprianiAt the end of the 2007/08 season Cipriani suffered an horrific fracture dislocation of his ankle. Just six months later, though, Cipriani was sprinting out for Wasps against the very club he had fallen against the season before, Bath.His recovery was months ahead of schedule and coincided with an injury to Jonny Wilkinson. Shortly after returning, the talented tyro was pulled into the England starting 15 for the autumn internationals. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS He had been playing for Newport Gwent Dragons in 2007 when he suffered the injury in the Heineken Cup against Perpignan. He clawed his way back from the disappointment and in 2009 he was running out at the Millennium Stadium.Sounds like a resilient bloke? Well he was at it again this season, squeezing himself into the Lions squad despite a broken ankle keeping the flanker out until April. Now he is a Test starter – replacing Tom Croft who also staged a miraculous comeback this season, recovering from a career and potentially life-threatening broken neck to win the Aviva Premiership with Leicester Tigers and play for England and the Lions – for the next hit-out against the Wallabies. BAGSHOT, UNITED KINGDOM – NOVEMBER 25: Danny Cipriani looks dejected during the England training session held at Pennyhill Park Hotel on November 25, 2008 in Bagshot, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. TAGSSt. Johns River Water Management DistrictThe City of Apopka Previous articleA “central park concept” coming to Apopka?Next articleImportant safety steps to keep kids’ holidays bright, happy and burn-free Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Please enter your comment! 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 The Anatomy of Fear Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Partnership leads to investment of more than $1 millionFrom The St. John’s River Water Management DistrictWork is nearly complete on the installation of 1.5 miles of reclaimed water main within the city of Apopka. The St. Johns River Water Management District provided $231,254 for the project, which compliments other reclaimed water projects in the city.“We applaud the city for embracing the use of reclaimed water for irrigation,” said St. Johns River Water Management District Executive Director Dr. Ann Shortelle. “We’re proud to be a funding partner on this project as we work together to ensure sustainable use of Florida’s water.”The water main extension plays an integral part in the city’s plans for future storage and distribution of water supplies, which includes reducing the use of drinking water for irrigation. Increasing access to reclaimed water will reduce dependence on groundwater from Upper Floridan aquifer wells while also assisting in the enhancement of spring flows in the Wekiva Basin.The installed reclaimed water mains begin at the intersection of Jason Dwelley Parkway, continue west along Kelly Park Road, and terminate at the intersection of Golden Gem Road and Kelly Park Road.The total construction cost is $1.4 million. For more information about the district’s cost-share program, visit www.sjrwmd.com/funding. Please enter your name here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply
Tagged with: corporate Volunteering Accountancy body encourages young members to volunteer for ActionAid The partners hope that the scheme will encourage donors to give to ActionAid in the knowledge that a qualified accountant who understands the needs of the local community will be volunteering their services to a reputable aid provider. For communities who receive the aid, they will have free expert advice on hand about the best way to use those resources, and our students and members will be able to gain valuable hands-on experience.ACCA students and members will also be encouraged to share their skills with local schools and community projects – to expain budgeting, taxation, banking and investment. 30 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 18 May 2005 | News 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. A global partnership designed to encourage young accountants to volunteer their skills to help tackle poverty has been announced by ACCA, the world’s largest professional international accountancy body, and ActionAid.The skills2share initiative has been developed to benefit communities in which ACCA members and students live and work, by giving them the opportunity to use the skills they have gained in their business studies for their wider community. Skills2share aims to help communities ensure that they are receiving aid and then using it properly, or assist local farming communities to negotiate better deals on crops they sell. Skills2share volunteers will also be encouraged to support education initiatives and empower communities on financial issues. Advertisement
Tagged with: Giving/Philanthropy AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Guardian Angel UK has chosen Vitalise as its UK Charity of the Year and has announced that it will donate one percent of its pre-tax profits and any donations it receives at point-of-sale to Vitalise. All proceeds will go towards Vitalise’s work providing essential breaks for disabled adults, children and carers at its five accessible Centres in the UK.The sponsorship, which began in September 2007, follows on from Guardian Angel International’s successful US charity fundraising. Advertisement Howard Lake | 20 September 2007 | News Guardian Angel chooses Vitalise as Charity of the Year 22 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.
On Dec. 9, 2019, the Washington Post released an investigative report entitled “The Afghanistan Papers: A Secret History of the War.” The report was based on a review of hundreds of written and audio interviews conducted by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR). Those interviewed included military officers, government officials and private contractors, though most of them were not identified. The interviews were released only after a three-year legal battle in federal courts.Like the Pentagon Papers, which were a Defense Department-funded, top-secret history of the Vietnam War leaked to the public in 1971, “The Afghanistan Papers” provide clear evidence that successive U.S. administrations — G.W. Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump’s — have consistently lied to the U.S. people since the day the war began Oct. 7, 2001.Within days of “The Afghanistan Papers” release, anti-war military veterans from two organizations that have worked closely with each other over the years, Veterans For Peace and About Face: Veterans Against the War, issued the following statement written by Afghanistan War veterans. Veterans demand accountability for Afghanistan PapersThe release of the Afghanistan Papers this week has laid out in clear detail the failed policy and the catastrophic level of malfeasance that reach the highest levels of the U.S. government. Every level of government bears responsibility for misleading the American public and for creating the conditions in which an unchecked military operates without accountability.The Afghanistan Papers are filled with over 300 people detailing the systematic failure of the military to take any responsibility and blaming the “corruption” of the Afghanistan government, all the while revealing the massive corruption and lies that the U.S. is perpetuating. While military commanders bemoaned Afghan leaders enriching themselves off [U.S.] tax dollars, those selfsame commanders were climbing government ranks, earning promotions for promoting endless war.Soldiers, contractors and veterans were routinely marginalized or persecuted in order to maintain the status quo in Afghanistan, up to and including the prosecution of Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning for their efforts. The integrity of those heroes were questioned, while the lies were glorified as truth by a complicit media and government agencies.Last year the U.S. war on Afghanistan killed more civilians than [in] any previous year. Every single lie detailed in the #AfghanistanPapers and every single year this went on meant overwhelming consequences for families and individuals in Afghanistan, many who are already living in devastating poverty. The U.S. military has destroyed countless villages and continues to create an atmosphere of fear and hatred with covert drone operations that kill thousands of innocent people.Furthermore, three days after these documents were released, proving three different administrations lied to the public and spent years covering up mismanagement, abuse and massive waste, Congress voted to pass the largest National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) in history, funneling $733 billion to an already bloated military budget. As veterans who have served in these wars and past wars, we are exasperated by leaders [who] lie to us and lack the moral courage to do anything about it, even when there is proof. We demand accountability in real and tangible ways. We are tired of seeing headlines that only result in a congressional member’s outraged tweet, statements on the campaign trail and slick TV spots, while nothing changes. We demand real accountability: Immediate withdrawal of all U.S. troops; The military IMMEDIATELY release all 300 names of those quoted in the Afghanistan Papers; Congressional hearings that include perjury trials for all those officials who knowingly lied in official congressional testimony, including closed door session of the Armed Forces Committee; A special congressional committee to investigate fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement for the war in Afghanistan; A congressional tribunal allowing Afghanistan veterans to testify about their experience; Repeal of the AUMF (Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Terrorists) — which includes any subsequent AUMF to have a sunset clause; Recognition of Moral Injury as a legitimate diagnosis; and Reparations to each Afghanistan family who has lost a family member.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
MIAMI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 9, 2021– Biorasi, a leading global full-service contract research organization (CRO), is proud to announce the appointment of dermatologist Lawrence Green, MD, FAAD to the position of Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) member. In this role, Dr. Green will provide leadership and clinical expertise for dermatology clinical trials and related areas at Biorasi. “Dr. Green is a distinguished leader in dermatology and the treatment of skin disorders,” said Dipali Patel, MD, Director of Medical Monitoring and Safety at Biorasi. “His experience will add a new perspective to our SAB team for 2021 and beyond.” Dr. Green is one of four SAB members that will be joining Biorasi in 2021. This esteemed group of clinicians and researchers will include experts in the fields of dermatology, nephrology, neurology, and oncology, working together with Biorasi’s Board of Directors and company leadership. Dr. Green is the founder of the Aesthetic and Dermatology Center in Rockville, Maryland, and Clinical Professor of Dermatology at George Washington University School of Medicine. He is a board-certified dermatologist, accomplished clinician-researcher, and an author or coauthor on over 50 medical publications. Dr Green was voted American Academy of Dermatology Advocate of the year in 2018 and the National Psoriasis Foundation Clinician of the year in 2019. Dr. Green received his MD from New York Medical College and completed his dermatology and dermatologic surgery residency – and research fellowship in new treatments for aging skin and therapies for psoriasis – at the University of California, Irvine. “I am excited and privileged to work with Biorasi in this role,” said Dr. Green. “I look forward to adding my expertise and working with other SAB members to promote growth and innovation in clinical research.” About Biorasi Biorasi is a customer-focused, full-service, contract research organization (CRO) that leverages speed and agility in the execution of clinical trials to maximize speed-to-market for its sponsors – all powered by our proprietary TALOS™ project management system. Biorasi is a leader in dermatology, neurology, nephrology, oncology, and the emerging digital therapeutics market. To learn more, contact Biorasi at [email protected] / (786) 388-0700. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005158/en/ Media Contact: Adam Gottlieb (954) [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA FLORIDA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: SCIENCE HEALTH CLINICAL TRIALS RESEARCH SOURCE: Biorasi Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/09/2021 10:00 AM/DISC: 02/09/2021 10:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005158/en WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Biorasi Welcomes Dermatologist Dr. Lawrence Green to Scientific Advisory Board Facebook TAGS Pinterest Local NewsBusiness Pinterest By Digital AIM Web Support – February 9, 2021 WhatsApp Twitter Previous articleNew England Patriots Foundation Donates $100,000 to Cape Cod Community College for New STEM BuildingNext articleBlue Automobiles to Lift COVID Blues? PPG 2020 Automotive Color Report Shows Blue Hues Maintaining Pre-Pandemic Growth Digital AIM Web Support
Top Stories[Breaking]”Public Places Cannot Be Occupied Indefinitely”: Supreme Court On Shaheen Bagh Protests Sanya Talwar6 Oct 2020 11:02 PMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Wednesday held that the public places cannot be occupied indefinitely.”Dissent and democracy go hand in hand but protests must be carried out in designated area”, said the bench comprising Justices S K Kaul, Aniruddha Bose and Krishna Murari while delivering a judgement on the scope of right to protest and whether or not there can be any limitations on such…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court on Wednesday held that the public places cannot be occupied indefinitely.”Dissent and democracy go hand in hand but protests must be carried out in designated area”, said the bench comprising Justices S K Kaul, Aniruddha Bose and Krishna Murari while delivering a judgement on the scope of right to protest and whether or not there can be any limitations on such a right.The court added that “social media channels are often fraught with danger” and they lead to highly polarising environments.”This is what was witnessed in Shaheen Bagh. What Started out as a protest caused inconvenience to commuters,” said the top court while holding in a batch of petitions pertaining to a road blockade at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi by protesters who were opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act.The court also pulled up the administration and its inability to clear encroachments and obstructions, waiting on the judicial orders for doing so, adding that it was the laxity of the administration that warranted intervention of the court.”In what manner the administration should act is their responsibility and should not hide behind court orders to carry out administrative functions. Responsibility of the respondent parties to take suitable action but such actions should produce suitable result. The court adjudicates legality of action and are not meant to give shoulder to administration. Unfortunately there was no action by administration and thus our intervention,” Supreme Court said.On September 21, the Top Court had reserved its judgment on the aspect of “the need to balance the right to protest with the right of mobility by other people”.Even though the road blockade issue in Shaheen Bagh that top court was seized of was rendered infructuous in light of the covid19 induced lockdown, the court had remarked that it shall deliver a verdict on the issue of Right to Protest Vs. The Right to Mobility.The petition by Advocate Amit Sahni was filed in January seeking to remove the protests against CAA-NRC at Shaheen Bagh. The petitioner complained that the protests were blocking the roads, affecting the right of free movement of the public.Though the protesters vacated the site in March with the onset of COVID-19 pandemic, the top court proceeded to hear the matter on the larger issue of balancing the right to protest with the right to free movement of people. During the hearing on September 21, Justice S K Kaul had remarked: “There cannot be a universal policy. In a parliamentary democracy, there is an avenue of debate. The only issue is in what manner and where .. and for how long and how to balance it.”At this juncture, Justice Bose had stated that the Right to protest has to be balanced with the right of the people to use a public road. For a long period of time, a public road was blocked. “What about this right to use the road?”Solicitor General Tushar Mehta had argued that the Right to Protest was a fundamental right, albeit with reasonable restrictions.The petitioner had first approached the Delhi High Court, which disposed it of directing the Central Government to consider his greivances as a representation. Aggrieved by the refusal of the High Court to pass directions to clear the protest site, the petitioner filed Special Leave Petition in the SC.In January, a bench of Justices SK Kaul & KM Joseph had issued notice on the petition.”There cannot be indefinite protests in a common area. If everybody starts protesting everywhere, what will happen?” the bench had remarked.The bench comprising Justices S K Kaul and K M Joseph had then orally observed that protests at public ways “must cease”.The protests, largely led by women, started in the form of sit-in at Shaheen Bagh since December 15, 2019 against the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 and the proposal to introduce nationwide National Register of Citizens. On February 17, the SC appointed Senior Advocate Sanjay Hegde and Advocate Sadhana Ramachandran as interlocutors to hold talks with the Shaheen Bagh protesters regarding the opening up of roads closed due to the protests.After the intervention of interlocutors, the protesters cleared a section of the protest site to open the road from Jamia to Noida in Uttar Pradesh and Faridabad in Haryana.On March 24, the Delhi police removed the structures at the protest site, after it was vacated by the protesters on account of the COVID-19 restrictions.The protesters took objection to the police action, and submitted a statement before the SC through the interlocutors, complaining that the police action was high-handed and ought to have been avoided when the matter was sub-judice.Next Story
HSE: keeping OH standards highOn 1 Jul 2000 in Personnel Today 2. Occupational health providers who believe lung functionmonitoring is not necessary for workers using flux-cored solder. – Whether those delivering an OH service can demonstrate anunderstanding of the requirements, advice and guidance of relevant legislationthat relates to the provision of suitable occupational health surveillance. My colleagues and myself too often come across cases wherethe OH provider has failed in one or more of these aspects. For instance: Where occupational health surveillance is provided they tendto focus on: 1. A GP who routinely sent paint sprayers for chest x-rays. Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. From our office we have already served an enforcement noticeon one occupational health provider in order to gain improvements in thequality of occupational health service delivery. And we are prepared to takesimilar action in other cases. – That there are effective control measures in place toensure that any health surveillance programme is being conducted correctly and thatappropriate action is being recommended and acted upon in the interest ofstaff. 3. Occupational health providers who routinely send thedetailed results of lung function tests of paint sprayers to their employer –without the consent of the workers concerned. Previous Article Next Article 4. Occupational health providers who take the blood pressureof paint sprayers, but fail to carry out lung function tests. – That the results of any health surveillance procedureslead to appropriate action. – That any health records are prepared in accordance withthe legal requirements and, that useful, anonymised feedback of thesurveillance results (within the constraints of the Medical Records Act 1990)is given to employers on a grouped basis so that the employer can assess theeffectiveness of its existing control measures. Among the variety of tasks HSE inspectors are expected tocarry out, we have to establish – where relevant – the scope and quality ofoccupational health provision in the workplace.