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Power of the people

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NSE-led Corporate Challenge Race against Cancer Rounds off Third Edition in…

first_imgBy Sunday OkobiHundreds of individuals, corporate bodies and celebrities trooped out on the street of Lagos last weekend (May 14) to run against kin in the third edition of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) Corporate Challenge tagged ‘e-Race Cancer’.The race which was organised by NSE in conjunction with the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP) started at the Muri-Okunola Park, Adeyemo Alakija Street, Victoria Island aimed at raising awareness and funds for the purchase of 37 Mobile Cancer Centres (MCCs). Over 600 runners from 100 companies participated in the race that saw Paul Alabi from Aluko & Oyebode emerge the overall winner of this edition of the NSE Corporate Challenge race.​Anolue Uzochukwu from Cutix Plc and Austin Ani from Stanbic IBTC came second and third respectively, while Esther Obiekwe from Diamond Bank emerge the fastest female, and Rene Gabriel from Nigerian Breweries came first in the senior citizen category.Meanwhile, as its contribution towards the fight against cancer in Nigeria, Airtel Nigeria, has announced its support to a cancer awareness initiative tagged ‘e-Race Cancer’ organised by NSE.Commenting on the telco’s support to the initiative, Director of Corporate Communications and CSR, Airtel Nigeria, Mr. Emeka Oparah, said Airtel Nigeria is committed to partnering credible organisations and platforms to improve the quality of lives of Nigerians.Speaking at the event, the Chief Executive Officer, NSE, Mr. Oscar N. Onyema, said: “At the NSE, we are determined to increase cancer survival rates in Nigeria by delivering Mobile Cancer Centres to provide free screening and treatment across Nigeria.“For this reason, we came up with the NSE Corporate Challenge to support those who are affected with cancer. It is heartening to see so many people step up to help those afflicted with cancer. The tremendous support shown by the community this year is evident from the overwhelming number of people who came out to run and volunteers who assisted. I would like to thank everyone for supporting this cause.”Onyema added: “I encourage all of you to get informed on cancer prevention and control and to raise awareness and reduce cancer risks. I am also using this platform to call on government at all levels, institutions and individuals to join this action with the goal of multiplying efforts to save lives, and to support initiatives aimed at fighting this dreadful disease.“It is precisely because every human life counts that the fight against cancer must be undertaken collectively.”The NSE Corporate Challenge race is a professionally organised and volunteer-driven initiative involving companies listed on the NSE broker dealer firms, non-listed companies and individuals who identify with the initiative.“This year, we worked in close partnership with various sponsors, media partners and volunteers including Stanbic IBTC Bank, Lafarge, Diamond Bank, FCMB, Union Bank of Nigeria, Seplat, Julius Berger, Heritage Bank, BusinessDay Newspaper, Channels Television, AIT, Nigeria Info FM, Rainbow FM, FRCN, Radio Continental, TVC, CNBC Africa, Proshare, Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency and Spar Nigeria.“The 2016 NSE Corporate Challenge also had Ali Baba, Burna Boy, Seyi Shay, Marcy Dolapo Oni, Gideon Okeke as well as Praize and TK from Chocolate City as race ambassadors.The contributions of these companies and individuals assisted in making the event a resounding success,” he remarked.However, Director of Corporate Communications and CSR, Airtel Nigeria, Oparah, said Airtel’s support for the ‘eRace Cancer’ is a demonstration of its commitment to Nigerians, noting that health intervention is one of the key pillars of Airtel’s CRS programmes for Nigerians.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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Opportunistic DNC Fundraising off Mass Shootings

first_imgThe request seeks donations from 10-to-200 dollars, split between the DNC and Giffords’ political action committee. (Washington, DC) — The Democrat Party sees the latest mass shootings as an opportunity. The DNC is focusing on preventing gun violence by fundraising off of the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton. A shooting victim herself, Former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords made a fundraising plea for Democrats running for office after the deadly mass shootings in Texas and Ohio. The Arizona Democrat was critically injured in a mass shooting in Tucson in 2011. The Democratic National Committee sent out a request from Giffords for donations to “prevent gun violence and save lives.” last_img read more

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Oceanic Bridge Overnight Closures to Begin Tuesday

first_imgThe Oceanic Bridge connecting Middletown to Rumson will be subject to overnight closures through April 30. Traffic may be also limited to a single lane during mid-day and early evening hours during this time.The first closure will be on Tuesday, March 24 at 10:30 p.m.  through 6:30 a.m. Wednesday. Regular overnight closures will then be in place Sunday through Friday mornings through April.The county bridge over the Navesink River will remain open all day Friday and Saturday, and during peak weekday times to facilitate commerce, said a county official.Contractor George Harms Construction of Howell will be performing repair work to the structural steel and concrete deck of the bridge. The work is expected to be completed by May 15, weather permitting.“The county’s contractor has worked mostly below the bridge and through cold temperatures and snow to complete the preparatory work and measurements needed to move into the more visible phase of the repair work,” said Freeholder Thomas A. Arnone,, liaison to the Department of Public Works and Engineering, in a press release.The Oceanic Bridge schedule, weather permitting, Sunday through Friday mornings, from on or about March 24 to April 30 will be:6:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. – both bridge lanes open to all traffic9 a.m. to 2 p.m. – single lane closure with alternating lanes of vehicular traffic2 p.m. to 6 p.m. – both bridge lanes open to all traffic6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. – single lane closure with alternating lanes of vehicular traffic10:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. – bridge closed to pedestrian and vehicular trafficFor marine traffic, seasonal rules and scheduling will be in effect.last_img read more

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Farmer accused of breaking neighbour’s cheekbone in row over cow found not guilty

first_imgA farmer accused of breaking his neighbour’s cheekbone in a row over a straying cow has been found not guilty.Hugh McBride, aged 44, was accused of punching Gerard McGarvey, 51, at Golan, Milford. A three day trial at Letterkenny Circuit Court heard completely conflicting reports of an alleged assault on July 8th, 2015.McBride emphatically denied that he ever assaulted his neighbour and claimed he may have been picked injuries to his face while working on his farm.However, Mr McGarvey claimed it was McBride who struck him twice in the head which resulted in him having his cheekbone broken and being forced to have an operation.The pair agreed that a dispute between them stemmed back to a long-running row over a right-of-way between them.Mr McGarvey claimed that at 8.30am on the morning of the incident he went to retrieve a cow which had strayed onto his neighbour’s land.He went to take his cow out but he said McBride shouted at him not to open the gate or come onto his lands.Mr McGarvey walked on and he said McBride began to push him but he continued to walk past him.When he did, he said he suddenly felt a blow to the right side of his head and claimed that McBride said to him “Hit me, hit me, hit me.”Mr McGarvey said he walked on saying “I never reacted or I did not do anything to provoke him. I just wanted to take my cow out.”Dr Karena Hanley told the court that she attended to Mr McGarvey when he attended her surgery and that he was later diagnosed with a fractured cheekbone.In his evidence, the accused claimed his land was constantly being over-run by cows, horses, sheep and even ducks.He said he had suffered enough trespassing of animals belonging to Mr McGarvey on his lands.He referred to one occasion as far back as eight years ago when his daughter was two years old when his daughter was surrounded by cows belonging to Mr McGarvey on his front lawn.He said “All I wanted was for the Gardai to see what my family was going through between me and him.”He added that he never touched Mr McGarvey.Barrister for the accused, Mr Peter Nolan asked Mr McGarvey if it was not the case that he should have his animals under control at all times.Mr McGarvey agrees but Mr Nolan asked him was it not the case that some of his sheep had actually broken out duirng the trial and the alleged victim agreed.Mr McBride’s wife Maura said there is not a week that passes that Mr McGarvey’s animals do not stray onto their land and into their gardens.She said she did not see her husband hitting Mr McGarvey as alleged.“There were no punches thrown. I didn’t see any punches,” she said.She added that her husband had asked her to film the incident from the house but she said she could not manage her phone as she had a small baby in her arms at the time.Summing up Judge John Aylmer told the jury of eight men and four women that they must come to a decision in a cold and calculated manner.He said they must not act of sympathy for either party if they believe that Mr McGarvey was attacked or if Mr McBride’s land was over-run by straying animals.The jury took two hours and 15 minutes to return a not guilty verdict.Farmer accused of breaking neighbour’s cheekbone in row over cow found not guilty was last modified: May 13th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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DeGale tells promoter to deliver title fight

first_imgJames DeGale says promoter Mick Hennessy must prove he is serious about getting him a world title shot.DeGale relinquished the European super-middleweight belt after signing with Hennessy last year, choosing instead to defend the WBC silver title he believed would help his pursuit of a world championship.The Harlesden man successfully retained that belt with a wide points victory against experienced American Dyah Davis at Glow, Bluewater, on Saturday.But he has become increasingly frustrated at his apparent lack of progress and has cast doubt over whether his working relationship with Hennessy will continue.DeGale joined Hennessy in 2012“I don’t want to keep treading water and it’s down to Mick to get me the fights he said he would,” DeGale told West London Sport.“When I gave up the European title I thought I’d be fighting for a world title, so I am very frustrated.“I need to kick on now. Mick’s got to deliver. If he doesn’t, I don’t know if we can progress.”DeGale’s unspectacular bout against Davis took place a week before his rival and fellow West Londoner George Groves, who beat him on points in May 2011, challenges Carl Froch for the IBF and WBA titles.Hennessy has suggested that DeGale could face the winner of that bout and has defended his decision not to rush the 27-year-old towards the top level. The more likely option seems to be a final eliminator against Mexico’s Marco Antonio Periban for a shot at the WBC’s world champion Sakio Bika.“I’m ready to fight any of the world champions but at the end of the day it’s up to Mick to make it happen,” said DeGale.“I’ve had my learning fights and need to be in there mixing it up with the big boys. Enough’s enough now, it’s time.“Next year I’ve got to get there – I was saying the same thing last year too. Mick’s got to sort it out.”See also:DeGale wants Groves clash at Loftus RoadTrainer says DeGale is ‘a million per cent ready’ for world title challengeVictory keeps DeGale in line for title shotPromoter will not ‘buckle to pressure’ as DeGale eyes title shotPromoter vows to deliver DeGale title fightDeGale in line for world title eliminator James DeGale v Dyah Davis as it happenedDeGale keen to put on ‘wicked’ 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 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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Space Entropy: The SpaceX Stunt as an Argument Against UFOs

first_imgA cosmic shooting gallery in space will make quick work of the racing car Elon Musk launched into space. Hint: it won’t evolve into a Ferrari.In a Barnum-style stunt, space entrepreneur Elon Musk launched his Tesla Roadster atop his Falcon Heavy rocket on Tuesday, 6 Feb 2018. Space.com posted the video of the spectacular launch, a new milestone in private space flight. Before knowing the launch was successful, Rafi Letzter at Live Science asked chemists what would happen to the space car as it heads toward the asteroid belt or beyond.There’s a “midnight cherry” Tesla Roadster hurtling toward deep space right now, the first-ever payload of the Falcon Heavy rocket. It’s worth asking why this is happening, and Live Science has. But given that it is happening, it’s also worth asking what is going to happen to this electric sportscar condemned to what could be a billion-year elliptical journey through outer space.Credit: SpaceX, via Daily Mail UK.The short answer is: it won’t look pristine and pretty. Before long, entropy will make sure of that. What do the chemists predict will happen in the cosmic shooting gallery, as the car is pummeled over time with cosmic debris of all sizes and speeds? Hopefully, Musk thought to disable the airbags, deflate the tires and remove the windshield wiper fluid first. Can the other parts last long in the vacuum of space?The real forces that will tear the car apart over hundreds of millions of years in space, Carroll said, are solid objects and — most importantly — radiation.Even if the car avoids any major collisions, over very long time horizons, it’s unlikely the vehicle could avoid the kind of collisions with micrometeorites that leave other space junk riddled with craters over time, Carroll said.But assuming those collisions don’t completely tear the car apart, the radiation will.On the ground, we don’t experience the impact damage and radiation this car will experience up there, because we have a magnetic shield and an atmosphere. In the vacuum of space, there’s nothing to stop radiation and cosmic rays from hitting the sports car at full speed. Chemist William Carroll from Indiana University says that anything with a carbon-carbon or carbon-hydrogen bond, including everything made of plastic, leather or fabric, will be ripped apart over time.The energy of stellar radiation can cause those bonds to snap. And that can cause the car to fall to bits as effectively as if it were attacked with a knife.“When you cut something with a knife, in the end, you’re cutting some chemical bonds,” Carroll said.A knife cuts those bonds in a straight line. But radiation will split them at random, causing organic materials from the leather seats to the rubber tires to the paints to — given a long enough time span — perhaps even the carbon fiber body to discolor, flake, and splinter away into space.How long will this take? Billions of years? “Those organics, in that environment, I wouldn’t give them a year,” Carroll said.The non-carbon parts, like the metal frame and glass not yet shattered by impacts, might last much longer. Carroll and another scientist, Richard Sachleben, think it might be somewhat recognizable after a million years, but certainly not a billion years. “A billion years is a long, LONG time,” Sachleben wrote, “so no telling what it will be like by then.”“Those organics, in that environment, I wouldn’t give them a year,” Carroll said.As for us humans, be glad you are under a protective atmosphere and magnetic field. Astronauts only survive by taking the earth environment with them. “Human beings tend to experience some pretty grisly effects in vacuum,” the article says.Update 2/09/18: Space.com adds another fact: you would die in minutes if wearing the spacesuit worn by the Starman dummy in the Roadster.Graphic by David CoppedgeThe grim assessment of the future of Hot Rods in Space bears on the question of UFOs. People who believe that UFOs are spacecraft from distant stars or galaxies need to factor in the effects of entropy. Radiation, micrometeorites and asteroids are ubiquitous and hard to avoid. The recent documentary from CMI, Alien Intrusion,* discusses the power requirements not only to fly vast distances, but the energy required to shield a craft from debris. As scientists in the film explain, it appears physically impossible, due to relativity alone, to fly physical craft over such distances. The risk to a craft from flying debris and radiation doubles the impossibility. The same reality check applies to TV fantasies like Star Trek and Star Wars.*Click link to order this film on DVD or Blu-ray.This article provides a reality check for evolutionists: the damage potential of blind, unguided forces. Radiation and impacts will not improve the Tesla Roadster, transforming it into a Ferrari. And yet Darwin presumed to build humans from bacteria using only blind, unguided forces. He should have listened to his Christian contemporaries in the physical sciences, like Lord Kelvin, and learned a thing or two about entropy before speculating in fantasyland about getting princes from frogs and humans from soup.Recommended Resource: The Spring 2018 CSRQ journal from the Creation Research Society is a special issue on Astronomy from a creation perspective. The opening article by Danny Faulkner (PhD, astronomy), “Does Extraterrestrial Life Exist?”, discusses the question, examining the history of belief in aliens by scientists and theologians, the physical evidence about exoplanets and SETI, and the philosophical and theological implications of alternative positions. (Visited 685 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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Study reveals extent of gender violence

first_img5 December 2012Patriarchal norms and attitudes, including those that excuse or legitimate the use of violence, are driving the high rates of gender-based violence in South Africa.This is one of the main findings of research carried out in South Africa’s Gauteng, Limpopo, KwaZulu-Natal and Western Cape provinces by non-governmental organisation Gender Links between 2010 and 2012.Call for National Council Against GBVWith the 16 Days of Activism campaign against the abuse of women and children under way, Gender Links has called on the government to set up and provide a substantive budget for a national council to tackle gender-based violence (GBV) in South Africa.The body would be a high-level, multi-sector council modelled on the South African National Aids Council chaired by Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe.Gender Links also urged local governments to allocate financial resources for awareness raising and prevention initiatives based on the findings from the research.“Advocacy programmes must be targeted at changing women’s and men’s attitudes towards gender relations,” the organisation said in a statement last week. “Engaging men and youth in the fight to reduce levels of gender-based violence cannot be underrated.”Gender violence ‘a reality in South Africa’According to Gender Links’ research, 77% percent of women in Limpopo province, 51% of women in Gauteng, 45% of women in the Western Cape and 36% of women in KwaZulu-Natal have experienced some form of violence (emotional, economic, physical or sexual) in their lifetime, both within and outside intimate relationships.A higher proportion of men in Gauteng (76%) and KwaZulu-Natal (41%) admitted to perpetrating violence against women in their lifetime, while a slightly lower proportion of men – compared to the proportion of women reporting GBV – said they perpetrated GBV in Limpopo (48%) and Western Cape (35%), the research found.“Comparing what women say they experience to what men say they do confirms that gender violence is a reality in South Africa,” Gender Links said.According to the research, the majority of violence reported occurred within women and men’s private lives, with 51% percent of women in Gauteng, 51% in Limpopo, 44% in the Western Cape and 29% in KwaZulu-Natal reporting having experienced intimate partner violence in their lifetime.“The low prevalence of GBV reported by women in KwaZulu-Natal is indicative of an even bigger problem that women may not be openly disclosing their experiences,” Gender Links said.Gender violence in public lifeHowever, women are also vulnerable to violence in public life, the research found, with 12% of women in Gauteng, 6% in the Western Cape, 5% in Limpopo and 5% in KwaZulu-Natal reporting having experienced non-partner rape in their lifetime.“The proportion of men reporting rape perpetration in the four provinces is significantly higher than the proportion of women reporting experience,” Gender Links said. “In Gauteng, 31% of men admitted to having raped a woman at least once in their lifetime.”Over half (59%) of women in Limpopo, 5% in KwaZulu Natal, 5% in the Western Cape, and 2.7% in Gauteng who had ever worked reported having been sexually harassed. “They disclosed that a man either hinted or threatened that they would lose their job if they did not have sex with him; or they would have to have sex with him in order to get a job.”Almost two-thirds (65.9%) of women in Limpopo, 2% KwaZulu-Natal, 1.4% in Gauteng, and 1.2% in the Western Cape who had attended school said they had experienced sexual harassment at school.Limpopo province“The extremely high prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace and at school in Limpopo province warrants further research,” Gender Links said, adding that the Limpopo research showed women in the province suffering from violence related to witch-hunting.“This occurs when communities blame deaths, or sicknesses or other misfortunes in their community on witchcraft … Those accused experience multiple effects including emotional, trauma, injury, being forced to leave home or relocate, and loss or damage to property. Communities continue to unite in plans to exterminate women suspected of witchcraft.”In the Western Cape, the research shows that women are being forced or initiated into drug-taking by their intimate partners. At times, drug intake becomes an effect, as abused women attempt to escape the trauma that comes with gender violence.Reactionary attitudes ‘fuelling violence’“In KwaZulu-Natal, women are not speaking out about gender violence,” the organisation notes. “Generally literacy levels are low, thus knowledge on the forms of abuse, women’s rights and where to get help barely reaches these women. They actually uphold and affirm patriarchy.”The research indicates that reactionary attitudes and beliefs in communities fuel the incidences of gender-based violence, with high proportions of women and men agreeing that a woman should obey her husband.“However, the proportion of women agreeing to the notion of wife obedience in each of the sites is lower than men’s, showing that women are slightly more progressive than men.”Gender Links said the research findings provided “invaluable evidence required to review the 365 Day South African National Action Plan to End GBV,” noting that a report released by the Commission on Gender Equality last week found that “government efforts towards implementing the plan have been fragmented and lacked a dedicated budget”.SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

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Brand South African partners with Mandela Trilogy in Dubai

first_imgA musical based on the early life and revolutionary awakening of Nelson Mandela, The Mandela Trilogy, was performed at the Dubai Opera House in November 2017. All three shows were sold out. Brand South Africa partnered with the organisers to reach out to South Africans living and working in the United Arab Emirates.Promotional poster for The Mandela Trilogy, performed at the Dubai Opera House, UAE, on 9-11 November 2017. (Image: Cape Town Opera)CD AndersonThe musical, The Mandela Trilogy, (formerly known as African Songbook: A Tribute to the Life of Nelson Mandela) was first performed by the Cape Opera in 2010, followed by sold-out performances in the UK and Germany.Written and produced by composers Peter Louis van Dijk and Mike Campbell with librettist Michael Williams, the musical uses original South African music, fusing traditional Xhosa songs, classical music, jazz and modern songs, to complement the three-part journey of a young Madiba’s early years maturing from a rural farm life to lawyer and freedom fighter.In an interview in 2014, Williams spoke about the high international standard of musical theatre the show upheld, while remaining uniquely African. He called the show “a bright, bold and brassy show that pulls together all the musical traditions of South Africa”.In 2016, The Guardian newspaper called the musical – which had a run at the Royal Festival Hall in London – a “successful and original retelling of a story told many times before… using compelling storytelling techniques and powerful cast”.The musical has been popular with many South Africans living abroad. The idea behind its debut in Dubai, in particular, as spearheaded by the Dubai Opera CEO, South African-born Jasper Hope, who saw an opportunity to bring the story to the relatively large South African community in the UAE.Hope told the Gulf News website: “I’m delighted Dubai Opera is able to collaborate with the fantastic Cape Town Opera to share the story of Nelson Mandela’s heroic and inspirational life, presented in this brilliantly colourful production with its intoxicating mix of opera, jazz and Xhosa sounds and rhythms.”Following discussions with the Opera House, for Brand South Africa, the three performances – held between 9 and 11 November 2017 – were a perfect occasion to promote the nation brand and engage with the South African diaspora in the Gulf.The Mandela Trilogy performances were used to strengthen brand advocacy for South Africa’s brand identity, image, competitiveness and value proposition.According to reports, the Dubai performances were a hit with South Africans, and they played to full houses of up to 2,000 seats, on all three nights. The evenings inspired many to talk to fellow compatriots and UAE residents to present a positive global image of the country’s history and culture to the region, just as Mandela himself had intended.Source: Gulf News website, Cape Town Opera House, Brand South Africa Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

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Allsorts® Navy Feather Net Clip Hat Fascinator Wedding Ladies Day Race Royal Ascot, Very nice product

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