Anglo American Plc (ANGLO.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Mining sector has released it’s 2013 annual report.For more information about Anglo American Plc (ANGLO.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Anglo American Plc (ANGLO.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Anglo American Plc (ANGLO.bw) 2013 annual report.Company ProfileAnglo American Plc is a diversified mining enterprise with extensive interests in gold, platinum, diamonds, coal, metals, industrial minerals, paper and packaging, and financial and technological support. Anglo American Plc has an international footprint, with operations and undeveloped resources in Africa, Europe, South and North America and Australia. Anglo American’s diamond interests are represented by a 45% share holding in De Beers. The company produces approximately 35% (by value) of the world’s rough diamonds from its mines in Botswana, Canada, Namibia and South Africa. The government of the Republic of Botswana has a 15% beneficial interest. De Beers is a 50/50 partner with GRB in the Debswana Diamond Company. Debswana operates two of the world’s largest diamond mines in Botswana; Jwaneng and Orapa Mines.
Mauritius Secondary Industries Ltd (MSIL.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Property sector has released it’s 2021 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Mauritius Secondary Industries Ltd (MSIL.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Mauritius Secondary Industries Ltd (MSIL.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Mauritius Secondary Industries Ltd (MSIL.mu) 2021 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileMauritius Secondary Industries Limited is based in Mauritius that specialises in the rethreading of tyres as well as the renting out of commercial space, offices and industrial buildings. Mauritius Secondary Industries Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
2019 Houses Area: 50 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” Michel Rojkind, Ruth Diaz, Raúl Medina, Sergio Sousa, Victor Cruz, Elí Ambris, Mariana Rodriguez, Paola Monreal, Gustavo Guadarrama, Lorey Patlán, Carlos Espinosa ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/918764/rosario-house-dosa-studio-plus-rojkind-arquitectos Clipboard Lead Architects: ArchDaily Casa Rosario / DOSA STUDIO + Rojkind ArquitectosSave this projectSaveCasa Rosario / DOSA STUDIO + Rojkind Arquitectos Year: Mexico CopyHouses•Ocuilan de Arteaga, Mexico Projects “COPY” CopyAbout this officeRojkind ArquitectosOfficeFollowDOSA STUDIOOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOcuilan de ArteagaMexicoPublished on June 11, 2019Cite: “Casa Rosario / DOSA STUDIO + Rojkind Arquitectos” [Casa Rosario / DOSA STUDIO + Rojkind Arquitectos] 11 Jun 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Manufacturers: AutoDesk, COTTO, Grohe, Hafele, Trimble NavigationArchitect In Charge:Pajitpong Pongsivapai, Khajorn Jaroonwanit, Visara PichedvanichokInterior Designer:baan puripuriLandscape:baan puripuriText:Natthamon TangtrongmitCity:Lat PhraoCountry:ThailandMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© BeersingnoiRecommended ProductsWoodEGGERWood-based materials in EGGER HeadquartersCorporate ApplicationsMenuInterior Furniture – Vasakronan Arenan and HQDoorsC.R. LaurenceCRL-U.S. Aluminum Entice Series Entrance SystemDoorsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Sliding Door – Rabel 62 Slim Super ThermalText description provided by the architects. The new residential project, baan puripuri, focuses on creating a comfortable living environment in Bangkok’s urban context with unique and contemporary design. Save this picture!© BeersingnoiThe 3-story townhome located in one of the densely populated districts in the eastern part of Bangkok features an internal open-air courtyard that helps create a bright and airy atmosphere and incorporate greenery into the living space. The central courtyard that takes up almost one-third of the house area connects primary functional spaces from the front to the back. It is one of the passive design features to weather the tropical climate challenges in urban conditions.Save this picture!© BeersingnoiSave this picture!PlansSave this picture!© BeersingnoiHardscape features were used in the area of the courtyard to maximize the utilization of outdoor space. A series of low-slope tiled steps mixed with planters and ponds turn this space into an oasis closely connected with the living room. When those steel-framed glass doors are widely open, interior and exterior spaces will seamlessly merge into one large living room.Save this picture!© BeersingnoiAll areas of the house also have an open view of the central court’s green zone, thus creating interactions between users living in different areas of the home while still keeping their privacy. The concept of green space integration has also been reflected through architectural elements. Large cubic planters on the balcony look unique, and the façade of the building is equipped with a steel grating for a future vertical garden.Save this picture!© BeersingnoiOnce the plants are fully grown and cover up the whole panels, the blade walls that protrude out from the building will reinforce this architecture’s existence. The ending edge of each blade walls is skewed at different angles to create distinct dimensions, adding a touch of contemporary style by cladding color mirror tiles, inspired by a decorative technique in traditional Thai temple architecture.Save this picture!Sketchbaan puripuri: Courtyard Pattanakarn is a small housing complex consists of 37 units and available in three different types. The clubhouse, situated at the entrance, is designed with the same architectural languages as the townhome. The building seems to hide behind a garden that runs parallel to the pool. It leads to the wall, which supports the simple square building mass of the clubhouse. Its façade is eye-catching with a cylindrical set of various sizes in golden brown tones.Save this picture!© BeersingnoiThey sway in the wind and add a new dimension and dynamism to the building as well as provide privacy for internal users. All components were inspired by the silk textile’s gleaming texture, which incorporates contemporary details to make a difference to architecture.Save this picture!© BeersingnoiProject gallerySee allShow lessNEOBRIDGE Hotel / XING DESIGNSelected ProjectsViewpoint House / Jim Caumeron DesignSelected Projects Share Courtyard Pattanakarn Residence / baan puripuri ArchDaily Houses “COPY” Year: Save this picture!© Beersingnoi+ 31Curated by Hana Abdel Share 2020 Thailand Architects: baan puripuri Area Area of this architecture project CopyAbout this officebaan puripuriOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesInterior DesignResidential InteriorsHouse InteriorsOn FacebookLat PhraoThailandPublished on November 24, 2020Cite: “Courtyard Pattanakarn Residence / baan puripuri” 23 Nov 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this Pastor Bobby Jones outside torched church in Warrenville, S.C.The capitalist state in the U.S. coexists cosily with right-wing terrorists. This vile fact has once again been confirmed in the aftermath of the murder spree by racist terrorist Dylann Roof.As of June 29, six Black churches in the South have either been destroyed or suffered severe damage from fires since Charleston. At least three are confirmed to have been caused by arson, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. The loss to the people of these communities comes to hundreds of thousands of dollars.Worse, the torchings are a threat of further violence to a people whose painful history at the hands of white exploiters still resonates so strongly.The first burning deemed by fire marshals to be arson destroyed the College Hills Seventh Day Adventist Church in Knoxville, Tenn., on June 22. The Knoxville fire department said the arsonist set multiple fires on the church’s property. The church’s van was also burned.The very next day, a fire in the sanctuary of God’s Power Church of Christ in Macon, Ga., was also blamed on arson.And the day after that, a fire was deliberately set at the Briar Creek Baptist Church in Charlotte, N.C., that destroyed an education wing meant to house a summer program for children. The gymnasium and sanctuary burned, causing an estimated $250,000 in damage.That same week, three other Southern Black churches — in Tennessee, Florida and South Carolina — also suffered fires, although two may have had natural causes. Investigations are continuing.After what happened in Charleston, S.C., there can be little doubt that the arson fires were set by white supremacists, whose outpourings of hate in print and on the Internet call again and again for violence against people of color, using at best flimsily disguised language and at worst the vilest and most degrading terms.One might think that mass murder of the type that happened in Charleston would immediately lead to arrests of those advocating race war against Black people. We have seen many examples in recent years of elaborate sting operations set up by the FBI and local police authorities to ensnare Black militants on charges of plotting terrorist acts — which government agents had encouraged and facilitated.But just as with the murders of the three civil rights workers in 1964 — James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner — by members of the Ku Klux Klan, the authorities have not intervened to stop such attacks, even though it is logical to assume that, in this day and age of wide surveillance, they have knowledge of them.Such action by the state, however, would not fit in with its primary purpose — which is to facilitate the extraction of capitalist profits from the labor of millions of workers by protecting the status quo. And this status quo is becoming increasingly unbearable for millions, as the gap grows between the very rich and the rest of us. So the state becomes increasingly draconian, with mass incarceration, especially of Black and Brown people, and the training and equipping of local police forces for military-style combat — against the oppressed, not the racist terrorists.There is another aftermath of Charleston, however. It is the encouraging sight of Black and white together demanding the Confederate flag and statues be removed. Southern whites are coming into the streets to stand with their Black neighbors, friends and co-workers. Unlike the racists, who mostly remain in the shadows while carrying out their fascistic acts, the Black and white people fighting racism are visible and vocal — and inspiring others with their courage.Courage is something glaringly lacking in the bigots. Who but a coward would choose a Black church to carry out a murderous rampage? Roof knew no one there would be armed. And those who torched other Black churches did so in the dead of night.But it is not just personal courage that these fascist elements lack. Their whole social outlook is based on craven capitulation to the capitalist ruling class. They fulminate against those who are the most oppressed, blaming them for all the ills of society — while doing the dirty work for those who lord it over the vast majority.
Home Indiana Agriculture News China Purchases of US Ag Products Help Boost Market Prices SHARE By NAFB News Service – Jan 31, 2021 SHARE New trade data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows China purchased a potential new record of U.S. agricultural products in 2020, according to American Farm Bureau Federation Chief Economist John Newton.“For calendar year 2020, China bought slightly more than $27 billion worth of U.S. agricultural products, which is likely a new record high in terms of exports to China.”Newton says China has already made large purchases of U.S. corn and soybeans in the 2021 marketing year.“China’s been a very big player in the corn and soybean markets this year. So far, they’ve bought nearly six million metric tons of corn, they’re on the books for more than 11 million metric tons of corn to purchase from the United States, which would be a record. On the soybean side, we’ve seen China buy more than 31 million metric tons of soybeans already, and they still have on the books nearly four million metric tons, so they’ve been a big player in the corn and soybean markets this year.”Newton says the increased trade with China has bolstered market prices for corn and soybeans in the United States.“I think what we’ve seen is since China’s been such a heavy player in the market, it’s helped to reduce our stockpiles this year and as a result we’ve seen prices move sharply higher in the last few months. Corn is now sitting at around $5.30, soybeans sitting around $13.50, and that’s up 50-60 percent from where we were back in early August. And a lot of that is on the back of strong trade and export demand.” Facebook Twitter Previous articleOil Industry Seeking Unusual Alliance in Farm CountryNext articleThe Hoosier Ag Today Podcast for February 1st, 2021 NAFB News Service Facebook Twitter China Purchases of US Ag Products Help Boost Market Prices
Facebook Twitter Jocelyn Sittonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jocelyn-sitton/ The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years Jocelyn Sitton Twitter Jocelyn Sittonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jocelyn-sitton/ Jocelyn Sittonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jocelyn-sitton/ printI came to Texas Christian University from a relatively small town between San Antonio and Austin called Seguin, Texas. The majority of Seguin’s population is Hispanic or Latino, as was the high school that I attended, and most of my friends back home are Hispanic. Now contrast that with our student body at TCU, which is approximately 75 percent Caucasian— it would be an understatement to say that was a bit of a culture shock to me. In fact, I clearly remember touring the campus for the first time and saying to my dad, “Man, this place is really white.”Now, I am by no means implying that there is anything inherently wrong with a student body that is primarily white, just as I had no problem living in a hometown that was mostly Hispanic. But think about it this way: I am white, and I went through a bit of a culture shock when I arrived at TCU. I am not part of any minority, but rather part of the overwhelming majority, and the transition was still strange for me. So if it was difficult for me, then for many of my minority friends here on campus, dealing with this setting must be infinitely more difficult.The recent email sent out by our chancellor and the subsequent articles posted by TCU360, accessible here and here, discuss potential steps the administration is considering to make TCU a better place to live and work for students of color. These steps have garnered criticism from students who think that they’re unnecessary. Here’s my problem with that—the implication in disagreeing with the steps specified by the chancellor is that you think everything is fine, and that we should just leave things the way they are. I’ve heard things such as, “If [students of color at TCU] aren’t happy with the way things are, they should just leave.” Hearing a quote like this should a blatantly obvious warning sign that everything is not, in fact, fine.If you dig into the hashtag #BeingMinorityatTCU, which was trending the night after all this information came out, you will quickly realize that we have deep-rooted problems here on campus that need attention. The fact that students of color are being questioned by others who can’t believe they got accepted here solely on their academics? That’s a problem. The fact that students of color have cried or fallen into depression because they feel like they scare or intimidate those around them? That’s also a problem. The fact that any time students of color complain or protest against these injustices, they’re told to stop acting like victims and appreciate their very presence here? That’s another problem. All of the stories coming out as a result of this hashtag, and more, illustrate the need for action on our campus; yet there is serious pushback from students who either don’t support making life better for students of color or don’t believe doing so is necessary.I think the negative reactions surrounding our chancellor’s attempts to hear the opinions of students of color and to make life better for them goes back to a fundamental misunderstanding that has been illustrated on a broader scale by opponents of the Black Lives Matter movement. This is by no means implying that I am equating Black Lives Matter and their actions to what students of color at TCU are trying to accomplish, but there are some obvious parallels in the negative responses both groups have received. Opponents of BLM argue that all lives matter, and that we should focus on making life better for everyone. However, this argument is based on a fundamental untruth- that the lives of minorities are equally as good as the lives of the majority, or more specifically to Black Lives Matter, that African-Americans are already treated the same as Caucasians. But are they? If Terence Crutcher or Tamir Rice were still alive today, I feel confident that they would disagree. If Michael Brown or Keith Lamont Scott were still with us, I doubt they would think they received fair treatment. And on the TCU campus, I doubt any of the students of color being vocal about the injustices and judgement they’ve suffered feel they’re given an equal footing.And that’s really all the students who met with the chancellor about these issues are trying to accomplish—fair and equal treatment for themselves and any other students of color that live, work or study on campus. I don’t see anything that leads me to believe they want to vault themselves ahead of the majority of the campus, or use their status as a crutch to get what they want. They simply want to be treated the same as I am, and I think that’s something that we should all strive to achieve. I support every effort aimed at promoting equality both at Texas Christian University and worldwide, and I think that is something that we all have a moral and ethical obligation to do.Nicholas P. Stephens, music education major, class of 2019Editor’s Note: What are your thoughts about diversity on campus or other big issues? TCU 360 wants to know! We are now accepting opinion columns for tcu360.com. If you are interested in having a piece published, send no more than 2 pages on your desired topic to [email protected] We reserve the right to edit for brevity and style. TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history ReddIt TCU Christmas tree lighting 2016 Jocelyn Sittonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jocelyn-sitton/ ReddIt Linkedin TCU receives $20,000 grant to become smoke-free Jocelyn is a senior journalism, political science and French major from Nashville, Tennessee. She is a managing editor for TCU360. 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Top StoriesWe Must Send Message To Bar That Matters Will Not Be Adjourned For Nothing: Supreme Court Mehal Jain3 March 2021 5:21 AMShare This – x”We must send a message to the bar that we will not adjourn matters for nothing”, said Justice D. Y. Chandrachud Wednesday.The remark came when a civil SLP, an ‘after notice’ matter in which notice was issued back in 2017 came up for hearing before the bench, also comprising Justice M. R. Shah, and the AOR for the petitioner-company sought an adjournment.”I have come after reading. My…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?Login”We must send a message to the bar that we will not adjourn matters for nothing”, said Justice D. Y. Chandrachud Wednesday.The remark came when a civil SLP, an ‘after notice’ matter in which notice was issued back in 2017 came up for hearing before the bench, also comprising Justice M. R. Shah, and the AOR for the petitioner-company sought an adjournment.”I have come after reading. My learned brother has come after reading. In fact, I had kept back the matter to read. Since it was going to go on today, I read it early morning”, remarked Justice Chandrachud.The AOR for the petitioner urged that he does not even have a copy of the SLP and prayed that the case be adjourned by one day.”You have filed the vakalatnamah. That is your problem”, reprimanded Justice Shah.”Notice was issued in 2017. Please take a copy from (the advocate for the respondent) and begin your arguments. Otherwise, as unpleasant it may be, we will have to dismiss the matter for want of prosecution”, commented Justice Chandrachud.’We must send a message to the bar that we will not adjourn matters for nothing. It is not fair to us…once we have accommodated the matter, it must be heard…there are times when a matter does not reach. Look at the time we are spending on adjournment talk”, continued Justice Chandrachud.Incidentally, the counsel for the respondents also prayed for an adjournment, citing the fact that he has recently undergone surgery as the reason. “We are not monsters. You have undergone surgery. You please relax. We will listen to him (the advocate for the petitioner)”, said Justice Chandrachud.The bench asked the said advocate to be prepared to argue immediately after the successive item is over.Even last month, the same bench had remarked that a mere circulation of a letter by a party is not a guarantee that an adjournment will be granted. “We spend time in reading the briefs…any reason (is given) to not take up matters in the Supreme Court”, Justice Chandrachud had commented. “If the matter reaches, it will be taken up. If we decide not to adjourn it, then all the best”, Justice Shah had said.Next Story
The funds, which were awarded through the New York State Transportation Enhancement program, will be used primarily to construct a pedestrian bridge over Route 13 near the intersection of Route 366. The bridge is a vital part of the project and was the most challenging aspect of the project, a news release from Dryden Town Supervisor Jason Leifer said. The funding will also be used to finish three miles of trail surface with stone dust to ADA compliance. DRYDEN, N.Y. — The Town of Dryden has been awarded $1.5 million to aid the construction of the Dryden Rail Trail, a non-motorized path in the works that follows the abandoned Lehigh Valley rail corridor. The trail will link Dryden to Ithaca and Tompkins County, and pass through Varna, Etna and Freeville with a connection to the existing East Ithaca Recreation Way at the town line on Game Farm Road by following rail beds that were abandoned in the 1970s. The trail will also include the Jim Schug Trail and the Freeville Trail. Tagged: dryden, dryden rail trail, lehigh valley, rail corridor “This is great news,” Leifer said. Trail celebration The project is being led by the Rail Trail Task Force, made up of volunteers who were appointed in 2016 and is chaired by Bob Beck. Kelsey O’Connor is the managing editor for the Ithaca Voice. Questions? Story tips? Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter @bykelseyoconnor. More by Kelsey O’Connor On May 11, there will be an event to celebrate the official opening of the first roughly three-mile section of the Dryden Rail Trail from Dryden to Freeville. The event is planned for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 11 at the pavilion on George Road and will include a fun run, raffle, activities, music and food. There will be parking in Freeville and Dryden, and people can hike or bike to the celebration and pack up free raffle tickets and stickers for kids along the way. Handicapped parking will be available on Old George Road. A shuttle will run from George Road to all parking areas in the afternoon to return people to their cars. Kelsey O’Connor Todd Bittner, who is a member of the task force and natural areas director at the Cornell Botanic Gardens, said in a news release, “The State grant funding is indicative of the broad community support behind the development of the rail trail, which will help reduce commuter generated carbon emissions, enhance access to nature, and stimulate tourism and the local economy.” Photo courtesy of Friends of Dryden Rail Trail Facebook. CORRECTION (8:30 a.m. April 26) — The registration fee for the fun run is $10, not $30 as the article previously indicated. For more information about the Dryden Rail Trail, visit the town’s website. A fun run starts at 9:30 a.m. at the trail kiosk on George Road. Registration is $10 and proceeds will go to the Dryden PTA. In case of inclement weather, activities will take place May 12 instead. More information about the event is available here. Courtesy of Dryden Rail Trail Task Force.
iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — A North Carolina state trooper delivered a baby — instead of a ticket — to a couple he caught speeding on the highway Saturday night.Sgt. Brian Maynard was parked on the shoulder of U.S. Route 64 near Wake County when he saw a light-colored van speeding past him at 85 mph in a 70 mph zone, ABC Raleigh-Durham affiliate WTVD-TV reported.When Maynard approached the van, the father-to-be explained that his wife was in labor and the baby’s head was crowning.“I said, OK. Well, we’re going to do this right here, me and you,” Maynard told the panicked father.The 15-year police veteran contacted EMS before grabbing gloves and a blanket to assist the couple, he told WTVD.“It was interesting,” he said. “It was scary. I just tried to do the best that I could with the things I’ve seen on TV and things I had heard.”A father to an 11-year-old daughter himself, Maynard said he was “relieved” to help deliver a healthy baby girl, adding that the experience brought back memories from when his now-preteen was a newborn.“I just feel lucky and blessed — to have been at the right place at the right time,” he said.The police sergeant said bringing a baby into the world was an antidote for all the “death” he’s witnessed in his years working in law enforcement.“To be a part of the process that actually brings a life into this world is absolutely amazing,” he said.The parents, Jimmy and Laura Baker, are resting with their newborn at the WakeMed Hospital in Raleigh, according to WTVD.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.