Produce Buying Company Limited (PBC.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Food sector has released it’s 2014 interim results for the half year.For more information about Produce Buying Company Limited (PBC.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Produce Buying Company Limited (PBC.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Produce Buying Company Limited (PBC.gh) 2014 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileProduce Buying Company Limited (PBC) is a licensed buying company for cocoa. The company is one of the biggest dealers in cocoa, sheanut and other cash crops in West Africa sub-regions. PBC Ltd buys high quality cocoa beans and sheanuts from farmers, prepares and stores the stock in purpose-built warehouses and delivers graded and sealed stock to designated collection points at Take Over Centres. The stock is inspected, graded and sealed by the Ghana Cocoa Board’s Quality Control Department. The cocoa buying company operates in an environment of stiff competition from other licensed buying companies but has remained the highest cocoa purchaser for COCOBOD with a market share of about 30%. PBC Ltd has established alliances with other international cocoa trading companies to roll out schemes to increase the yield and acreage of cocoa among rural farmers and improve their livelihoods. Produce Buying Company Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
BATH, ENGLAND – MAY 23: Stuart Lancaster, the England Saxons coach looks on during the England training session held on May 23, 2011 in Bath, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images) England XV15 Mike Brown (Harlequins)14 James Simpson-Daniel (Gloucester Rugby)13 Henry Trinder (Gloucester Rugby)12 Matt Banahan (Bath Rugby)11 Ugo Monye (Harlequins)10 Charlie Hodgson (Sale Sharks)9 Paul Hodgson (London Irish)1 Joe Marler (Harlequins)2 David Paice (London Irish)3 Paul Doran-Jones (Gloucester Rugby)4 Graham Kitchener (Worcester Warriors)5 David Attwood (Gloucester Rugby)6 Tom Johnson (Exeter Chiefs)7 Carl Fearns (Sale Sharks)8 Luke Narraway (Gloucester Rugby, captain)Replacements16 Joe Gray (Harlequins)17 Kieran Brookes (Newcastle Falcons)18 James Gaskell (Sale Sharks)19 Jamie Gibson (London Irish)20 Micky Young (Newcastle Falcons)21 Stephen Myler (Northampton Saints)22 Jordan Turner-Hall (Harlequins) LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Stuart Lancaster looks on at the Englang team he’s selected for the fixture against the Baa-BaasFive newcomers will pull on a senior England shirt for the first time against the Barbarians on Sunday (2.30pm).Centre Henry Trinder (Gloucester Rugby), prop Joe Marler (Harlequins), lock Graham Kitchener (Worcester Warriors), and flankers Tom Johnson (Exeter Chiefs) and Carl Fearns (Sale Sharks) were all named in the starting line-up for the non-cap game at Twickenham Stadium.Trinder, 22, is in midfield alongside Matt Banahan (Bath Rugby) and Charlie Hodgson (Sale Sharks) in an experienced back line that also includes British and Irish Lions wing Ugo Monye (Harlequins).Number eight Luke Narraway leads the side and is one of four full internationals in a young pack with hooker David Paice (London Irish), prop Paul Doran-Jones and lock David Attwood (both Gloucester Rugby).The replacements include Newcastle Falcons scrum half Micky Young and London Irish flanker Jamie Gibson, drafted into the squad this week following injuries to the Northampton Saints pair of Lee Dickson (shoulder) and Calum Clark (back). The side is coached by Stuart Lancaster, assisted by Jon Callard and Simon Hardy, and will form the core of the England Saxons squad defending the Churchill Cup next month.Head coach Lancaster said: “It’s a very exciting line-up with a good blend of experience and youth and we have the opportunity to measure ourselves against a very experienced Barbarians side including some of the very best players in the world on Sunday.“It is a young England side and the match day squad has an average age of 23, but these are players who’ve been in terrific form for their clubs and many of them have played a major part in big games at the end of the season in the Aviva Premiership and in Europe.”
You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here 1 COMMENT I know Sean was not an angel but no deserves to be murdered. Thank God for justice. Amen April 9, 2017 at 2:01 pm LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Neff arrested in Winter ParkPaul NeffAn arrest warrant was issued for Paul Neff on Tuesday, February 4th for First Degree Murder. Neff was taken into custody in Winter Park this morning and has been booked into the Orange County Jail.On November 5th, 2015 at 8:30 p.m., Apopka Police responded to 1050 Villa Lane for a fatal shooting. Paul Neff called 911 after he shot his roommate, Sean Davis.No one else was present when the shooting occurred. Paul Neff initially claimed he fired in self-defense, but the JHIT investigation found differently.Over the course of the investigation detectives learned there was a lag time from when the fatal shot was fired to when Neff called 911. They also found discrepancies in the crime scene that did not support a self-defense claim. Neff and Davis were living together and in a relationship at the time of Davis’ death.Sean DavisDetectives traveled throughout the state, making contact with friends and family of Davis during the investigation. And in the two days leading up to Davis’ death, Neff made multiple threats to shoot and kill him over text messages.The Joint Homicide Investigation Team (JHIT) and the Apopka Police Department have a partnership for all Homicide Investigations in Apopka to be conducted by JHIT. Please enter your name here Reply TAGSApopka Police DepartmentJHITPaul NeffSean Davis Previous articleBurglary Report – Week Ending 1/31/2016Next articleDracula vs. Van Helsing Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Please enter your comment! Janet Greene Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
The Major Gifts Special Interest Group (MGSIG) of the Institute of Fundraising is offering three bursaries to enable major gift fundraisers to attend this year’s National Convention.The recipients will each receive a one-day pass to Convention, which takes place in London form 7-9 July. Recipients can choose which day they would like to attend.If a recipient’s organisation is unable to pay for travel to the event, then they can also claim travel expenses up to the value of £200.How to applyThe bursaries are open to all MGSIG members.Applications must be submitted on the group’s application form to Marie Janson by 9am on Thursday 5 June 2014. They should be endorsed by the applicant’s line manager, who must indicate how they think attendance at Convention would benefit the organisation and applicant.Successful applicants will have to write a short report after Convention explaining how attending the event proved useful and what they learned. They will also be encouraged to blog and/or tweet about their experience.Applications will be judged by the MGSIG committee, who are not themselves eligible to apply for the bursaries. As volunteers, they regret that they can not inform all applicants of the result individually. Tagged with: Institute of Fundraising Major gift National Fundraising Convention Training AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 36 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 3 National Convention bursaries for major gift fundraisers Advertisement Howard Lake | 22 May 2014 | News 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.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on Madagascar’s authorities to shed all possible light on an act of sabotage that has silenced an opposition TV channel and to guarantee journalistic freedom, which is more essential than ever during the global health crisis resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic. News The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa Madagascar is ranked 54th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2019 World Press Freedom Index. This sabotage is all the more disturbing for having come shortly after Real TV and two other opposition media outlets, Radio AZ and Radio Soleil, received a formal warning from the ministry of communication and culture about their coronavirus coverage, including their failure to provide live retransmission of the state media’s news bulletins about the epidemic.The warning also referred to the interview originally broadcast on 25 March in which Ravalomanana said the government closed Madagascar’s borders too late and could not handle the crisis on its own. The ministry said the interview constituted incitement to hatred of the authorities and civil disobedience. Reports RSF urges Madagascar to let journalists cover Covid-19 freely News The coronavirus epidemic is such a fraught issue that particularly rancorous social media attacks on the government can result in imprisonment. The judicial authorities are refusing to release Arphine Rahelisoa, the editor of the Valisoa newspaper, who has been held since 4 April after she referred to the president as a murderer on Facebook because of his handling of the crisis. Real TV journalists talk about the act of sabotage on the station’s premises. Facebook video screenshot. Follow the news on Madagascar Although Madagascar’s authorities have so far reported only 108 Covid-19 cases and no deaths, the requirements imposed on the media are among the radical in Africa, with radio and TV stations subject to penalties if they fail to broadcast official bulletins about the coronavirus epidemic, and banned from broadcasting phone-in programmes. But there are no other restrictions on the information they broadcast, the communication ministry says. Organisation Help by sharing this information Real TV has been off the air for the past week, ever since it was about to rebroadcast an interview with former President Marc Ravalomanana – a long-standing rival of the current president, Andry Rajoelina – in which Ravalomanana criticized the government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis. Just as the TV channel was about to retransmit the interview, unidentified persons damaged its transmitter and antenna on the night of 6 April despite the presence of soldiers who are “supposed to guarantee the security of this strategic location,” Real TV’s director said in a statement. “The fight against the coronavirus must not be used as a pretext for increased control of the news media and sanctions against media outlets that dare to carry criticism of the way the health crisis is being handled,” said Arnaud Froger, the head of RSF’s Africa desk. “The sabotaging of a TV channel’s transmission installations that soldiers were supposed to be guarding must be the subject of an impartial investigation that identifies those responsible. It is unacceptable that, in addition to being harassed, a media outlet can be physically attacked with complete impunity.” Receive email alerts to go further September 20, 2019 Find out more April 16, 2020 Madagascar : Sabotage silences TV channel that criticized coronavirus measures AfricaMadagascar Media independence Freedom of expression RSF_en November 27, 2020 Find out more News April 30, 2021 Find out more Newspapers that never arrive – obstructing print media distribution AfricaMadagascar Media independence Freedom of expression
ITHACA, N.Y. – Amidst the Juneteenth Festival activities celebrating the abolition of slavery at Southside Community Center this weekend, one particular collaborative project was unveiled during the festival on Saturday afternoon.A mural decorating the front of the community center was revealed to the public, representing five members of the community center. The mural, which a group from Southside began nearly a year ago in July, is a celebration of ‘black girl alchemists’ – a term conceived by Dr. Nia Nunn, president of the Southside board and Nydia Boyd, Southside’s former executive director.“The concept of black girl magic is to celebrate our beauty, power and resilience,” Nunn said. Black girl alchemists, similarly, demand space for visibility through their artwork, she said. “We talk about self-love and collective pride being absolutely revolutionary – this work recognizes that when the community prioritizes the voices of black girls and black women, everybody benefits,” Nunn said.Related: Southside Community Center celebrates 85 years of empowering black girlsRelated: Mama Scott’s abolitionist teaching lives on at Juneteenth Festival Alyvia Covert Alyvia is a Crime Reporter with The Ithaca Voice. She graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Journalism and Photography. More by Alyvia Covert Tagged: ithaca, juneteenth, mural, southside community center Nunn said she has worked with many of the girls involved in the project since childhood. With a grant from the NoVo Foundation, money was allocated to enhance artistic work with young black girls, Nunn said. When the idea of the mural came up, Nunn said a group of about 12 girls ranging from college students to girls still in middle school studied each of their faces in the mirror for about 15 minutes. “We spent some time with our features and our skin, our complexion and our facial structures,” Nunn said.After conceptualizing the ideas for the mural, local artist Annemarie Zwack stepped in to help with the drawing and sculpting part of building the mural.Made primarily from clay, the mural is scattered with bits of glass and other colorful fragments pieced together to create an elaborate portrait of five girls.“I’m so honored to get to be a part of it because it was really an intimate space,” Zwack said. “We talked about the things that came up following the mirror exercise, how we felt about our faces, our bodies and all these different aspects – that was the kickoff of the self-portrait idea.”Nunn said not only was the mural a way to encourage artistic work at the community center but also to help members of the community express themselves more deeply.“It’s a way for us to define ourselves in a major major way and encourage other people to help see the way we define ourselves,” she said.See more photos from the festival below. Your Arts & Culture news is made possible with support from:
This week’s training newsAre you in a top team?The TD2001 Award, runby Training magazine and sponsored by Raytheon Professional Services, islooking for the most business-focused training and development team in the UK.The winning team will have a strong focus on performance improvement, hasinfluence and respect among senior professionals and can demonstrate theeffectiveness of its activities. Any UK T&D team can enter the TD2001 Awardfor the UK’s Top Training Team. The T&D function may be internal oroutsourced. The winning team will receive the TD2001 Trophy at a presentationto be held at the Training Solutions Show at the NEC in Birmingham on 27 June.Call Glen Kieran on 020-8652 3822 for details.GM’s e-learning dealGeneral Motorsannounced a four-year deal with e-learning provider UNext last week. GM’s88,000 global salaried staff will have access to management development coursesand an online MBA programme, created in partnership with business schools suchas Stanford University, in the US, and the London School of Economics. GM’smanagement and technical employees will have access to online courses providedby universities affiliated to UNext. www.unext.comMerger likely for NTOA merger between theMarine Training Authority and the troubled NTO for the telecoms industry islooking increasingly likely. Last November, the NTO tele.com went intoreceivership after problems with a training contract left it with debts of£10m. The authority stepped in with a merger package that was accepted by NTOtele.com’s board, but the DfEE felt a consultation period was necessary. It isdue to finish by the end of this month. www.dfee.gov.uk Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Training newsOn 10 Apr 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Vacancy Number:S-00596 Position Title:Police Dispatcher Department:Campus Police Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterProfessional Reference SheetOptional Documents Posting Specific QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). About the University/College Quick Linkhttps://www.jobs.aum.edu/postings/4208 Job Close Date: * Do you have a High School diploma or equivalent?YesNo Auburn University at Montgomery has been ranked among the South’stop universities by U.S. News and World Report, was named one ofthe best colleges in the Southeast by The Princeton Review, isdesignated as a Military Friendly School, and is consistentlychosen as the best university in the area. Auburn Montgomeryprovides students with detailed knowledge and hands-on, practicalexperience, often from professionals in the field. Position Information Education equivalent to completion of high school. Salary Band:102 Position Profile Link Special Instructions to Applicants: Minimum Qualifications: Duties and Responsibilities: Auburn University at Montgomery is an equal opportunity employercommitted to excellence through diversity; therefore, we encourageapplications from historically underrepresented groups, veterans,and individuals with disabilities.Additionally, the safety and security of our campus community is atop priority. All employees at AUM are considered to be ResponsibleEmployees and have the duty to immediately report information thathas the potential to adversely impact safety or wellness on ourcampus.The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and CampusCrime Statistics Act (Clery Act) requires public educationalinstitutions to collect and maintain certain safety and crimeinformation. Due to the role this position plays on our campus,this position has been identified as being a Campus SecurityAuthority ( CSA ). CSAs are individuals designated by theUniversity with responsibility for supervising or ensuring safetyof others (including student employees in the course of theiremployment duties) and have a duty to report crimes observed orreported to them.Auburn University at Montgomery reserves the right onceinterviewing has begun to stop accepting applications. Classification Title:Police Dispatcher This posting will remain open until closed:Yes Job Open Date:05/07/2020 Receive, relay, and/or transmit routine and emergency calls topolice, fire, and other public agencies.Maintain log of radio transmissions, telephone calls, and otherinformation.Maintain incident reports of criminal activity or complaints;assist in ticket administration.Monitor fire alarm system.Issue parking decals. Employment Type:Full-Time Knowledge of radio 10-codes and appropriate radio communicationguidelinesKnowledge of law enforcement jargonKnowledge of AUM Police Department procedures and policiesAbility to operate communications equipmentAbility to write and maintain reportsAbility to communicate with other public agenciesAbility to respond to multiple competing demandsAbility to speak clearly and provide clear and concise instructionsto others
Universal Credit claimants will be able to have their temporary accommodation costs met by Housing Benefit – this will enable local authorities to recoup more money they spend on temporary accommodation directly from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), which will prevent losses to them of more than £70 million in 2018 to 2019 extended partnership working with Citizen’s Advice, to provide more face to face support to Universal Credit claimants making it possible for people to apply for advances online from spring 2018, making it even easier for a claimant to access an advance if they need it England and Wales (local media enquiries) 029 20 586 then 097 or 098 or 099 Caxton HouseTothill StreetLondonSW1H 9NA Press Office Other measures that will come in soon include: Scotland (local media enquiries) 0131 310 1122 Universal Credit has been specifically designed to be simpler and provide better personalised employment support. It ensures all benefits get paid in one monthly payment, so you won’t be getting separate amounts from different agencies for housing or tax credits. However, we understand that moving onto Universal Credit can be a big change for those used to the previous benefits system – especially the monthly payment, designed to reflect the world of work. So this week, extra rent support is being made available to allow people to adjust from fortnightly Housing Benefit payments to monthly Universal Credit ones. Universal Credit removes the barriers which prevented people from taking up work in the past, most notably the 16 hour cut off rule and the prohibitive tax rates should someone start work. Instead, Universal Credit ensures it pays to take on extra hours of work, and provides additional employment support to not only help get you into a job but also progress up the career ladder. London Press Office (national media and London area enquiries only – not questions about personal claims) 020 3267 5144 New Universal Credit claimants already getting support with their housing costs will continue to receive Housing Benefit for 2 weeks after their claim ends, to help them transition onto Universal Credit.This non-recoverable extra support is worth an average £233 and is set to help around 2.3 million people when they move onto Universal Credit.Work and Pensions Secretary of State Esther McVey said: Contact Press Office Out-of-hours (journalists only) 07623 928 975 Follow DWP on: This extra help with housing costs, worth £550 million, is part of a wider £1.5 billion package of improvements for people when they first move onto Universal Credit. This includes: extending the repayment of advances from 6 to 12 months, and allowing people to receive 100% of their payment upfront from January 2018 from February 2018, abolishing the 7 waiting day period to reduce the wait for payment so no one has to wait 6 weeks for their first Universal Credit payment Twitter – www.twitter.com/dwppressoffice Facebook – www.facebook.com/dwp LinkedIn – www.linkedin.com/company/dwp YouTube – www.youtube.com/dwp
Addo Food Group-owned Poole Bakery has proposed a restructure that could put five jobs under threat.The bakery has entered a consultation process with some of its employees at its site in Sterte Ave W, Poole, to restructure some of its departments in order to increase efficiencies.“As part of the review, we will be looking at our team structures and there is the possibility that five jobs may be at risk,” a Poole Bakery spokesperson said.“We fully recognise how hard this proposal is on affected employees and, should our proposals be accepted, we will work closely with those affected and, where possible, offer them new roles within the business.They added: “We have a long-term commitment to Poole and our intention is to build a business that can continue to positively contribute to Poole’s economy and its people.”The restructure is the first shake-up of Addo Food Group since it was sold to private equity firm LDC.Poole Bakery is the home of the Wall’s brand and produces pork pies, sausage rolls, slices and pasties. The site supplies a number of retailers as well as customers within the convenience and impulse sectors.