African Banking Corporation of Botswana Limited (ABC.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2020 interim results for the forth quarter.For more information about African Banking Corporation of Botswana Limited (ABC.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the African Banking Corporation of Botswana Limited (ABC.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: African Banking Corporation of Botswana Limited (ABC.bw) 2020 interim results for the forth quarter.Company ProfileABC Holdings Limited is the parent company of a number of sub-Saharan Africa banks operating under the BancABC brand that offer a diverse range of financial services including personal, business and corporate banking as well as asset management, stockbroking and treasury services. The Group, which has its head office in Botswana, was formed as a result of a series of mergers and acquisitions of financial institutions operating in Southern Africa. This has given the Group a strong geographical footprint as well as a sound understanding of the diverse financial markets within the region. As a result, BancABC has operations in Botswana, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe and a group services office in South Africa. African Banking Corporation of Botswana Limited is listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange
JATU PLC (JATU.tz) listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange under the Agricultural sector has released it’s 2018 abridged results.For more information about JATU PLC reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the JATU PLC company page on AfricanFinancials.Indicative Share Trading Liquidity The total indicative share trading liquidity for JATU PLC (JATU.tz) in the past 12 months, as of 3rd May 2021, is US$219.36K (TZS508.67M). An average of US$18.28K (TZS42.39M) per month.JATU PLC Abridged Results DocumentCompany ProfileJATU PLC is a Public Company Limited, engaged in marketing business applying network Marketing services, industrial activities undertakings and agriculture undertakings in different goods and services. It was was founded by a group of people with initiative to support and implement the Government programme and the vision of the nation on poverty alleviation to Tanzanians. JATU PLC started as a small economical project under the Legal Protection and Life Improvement Organization (LPLIO) on 2 March 2016 after the LPLIO board members had passed a resolution to establish the project held at Kivule Secondary School in Ilala District, Dar es salaam Region. The project (JATU) was managed by the LPLIO for eight months. The LPLIO management and the project members on 9th July 2016 passed further resolution that the project (JATU) should be independent and be registered as a full company (the registration process of JATU project to JATU PLC at BRELA) and stand on its vital philosophy of Poverty alleviation and good health for human beings (“Kutokomeza Umaskini na Kujenga Afya”). The general meeting of LPLIO members held on 19.11.2016 at Kivule pack Garden in Ilala, Dar es Salaam, resolved that, JATU project should be transferred to JATU PLC. Jenga Afya Tokomeza Umaskini (JATU) PLC is listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange
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Photo courtesy of Barbara Goodson[Episcopal News Service] With a comb, a pair of scissors, and commitment to love and serve, Barbara Goodson and her team offer a modern-day type of foot washing to thousands of the homeless and dying, those just out of prison and others moving through recovery.Goodson’s ministry, Have Shears Will Travel, offers free haircuts to folks in need throughout Houston, Texas. What began as a dream in 2015 with 100 haircuts has grown to a goal of 8,000 cuts this year.Prior to the mobile hair salon, Barbara Goodson carried all the tools of the trade in her truck. Photo courtesy of Barbara Goodson“I believe we’re supposed to bring the kingdom of God to everyone we meet. I believe that’s our mission: reconciliation,” said Goodson, a member of Christ the King Episcopal Church in Humble, Texas. “My gift is giving a haircut. Our ministry has been called a modern-day foot washing. Just as Jesus washed the disciples’ feet, we perform our kind of foot washing. … We’re not giving a sermon, we’re not preaching. We don’t have a medical center, and we’re not doctors. But I think we offer a healing touch and restoration of dignity.”The value of a haircutFor many of Goodson’s clients, the service is far more than a trim and a new hairdo.“We touch the untouchables. Many of these people haven’t been touched with kindness in a long time,” said Goodson. “There aren’t many ministries that actually touch people in the way we do.”As the ministry has grown, Goodson has brought on four stylists, two full time. They visit more than 40 different ministries with their mobile hair salon, a converted RV. For some of their clients, the haircut is the first in years.Photos of Glenda, a client of Angela House, before and after a haircut from Have Shears Will Travel. Photo courtesy of Barbara GoodsonGoodson recalled a visit to Angela House, a transitional home for women coming out of incarceration. A woman named Glenda sat behind her, wearing a huge bonnet and watching as Goodson worked on several other clients. Finally, she mustered the courage to ask if Goodson could do something with her hair.“You could tell Glenda was nervous,” Goodson said. “Her dreadlocks had grown out — it had been years since she had her hair cut, and it was so knotted that I couldn’t get clippers through it. But we kept working and shaping it. When we finished, [one of the staff members] walked in, took one look at Glenda, and said, ‘Praise Jesus!’”Goodson continued to cut Glenda’s hair and gave her a last haircut before her death from cancer.The women of Angela House “love this ministry,” said Allison Cleveland, the home’s office manager. When the women get out of prison, they arrive at the home with very few belongings. Angela House provides the necessities, but hair care doesn’t make the cut.The ministry “is so much more than just a haircut,” Cleveland said. “The stylists that Barbara chooses are always very kind. They’re like mini-therapists, listening to the women, boosting their confidence, telling them they look beautiful.”Most people take for granted the ability to jump in their cars, run to a beauty salon, and then continue on their day, Cleveland said. “But for some of these women, it’s been a long time since they’ve experienced such a kindness. When they come in here, their spirits are broken. This moment of kindness is one of the first steps in mending that broken spirit.”Using your giftGoodson has had a barber’s license since 1978, but she spent most of her life in the oil and gas industry, a single mom working her way up the corporate ladder. In 2015, she attended a diocesan event in which Diocese of Texas Bishop Andy Doyle challenged the congregation: “You all have a gift. Now you need to figure out how to use your gift in the community.” The message stirred a deep longing within Goodson. Two days later, she learned that her company’s office was closing and she would no longer have a job.Now remarried, Goodson said she sat down with her husband and told him, “I think I’m supposed to give free haircuts. I think this is what I’m supposed to do.” He said, “‘Well, OK. But you’re not going to get paid for these haircuts?’” In response, she said, “No. It’ll be fine. It’ll work out.”When she started the ministry, Goodson figured she’d give a few haircuts a week. She called Lord of the Streets, an Episcopal homeless outreach, and they set her up in a basement with a swivel chair and a table. Word started to spread, and invitations kept arriving. In the corner of her mind, a place where pipe dreams too often have cobwebs, Goodson imagined a mobile hair salon.She had never before applied for a grant, but she tackled a 25-page document from the United Way — and received a check for $5,000. Then she started soliciting donations from other churches and nonprofit organizations. She found a used motor home that seemed perfect, but it was out of reach at $20,000. After hearing her story, the owner sold it to her for $10,000. Goodson hired her brother to convert it; in retrospect, her brother probably made $1 per hour, Goodson laughed.In the end, the mobile salon was fitted with two chairs and a full bevy of salon accoutrements. And Goodson was ready to hit the road. Her budget in 2015 was $15,000; in 2019, after providing more than 17,000 haircuts, the ministry has a budget of $200,000.In 2017, when Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, Have Shears Will Travel was there at NRG Stadium, giving haircuts to people flooded out of their homes. At a hospice center, attendants held up a stroke victim so Goodson could cut, blow out and curl the woman’s hair. Goodson held up a mirror to the woman, who hadn’t spoken in months. She held two thumbs up, and as Goodson walked out, the woman mustered two simple words: “Thank you.”David Hill, who started a street-church ministry more than 20 years ago, has seen many outreach programs — including groups offering haircuts — come and go. Have Shears Will Travel is different, he said.“For the homeless to be able to go inside the motor home and be pampered, it’s a special blessing from God. It’s like going to a beauty shop,” said Hill. The offering is so popular that he and his team take reservations for the monthly mobile salon visit.“I think a lot of people might not even need the haircut, but they go in for the loving treatment that they receive. … There’s not much love in the street. There’s a lot of hatred. To experience this kind of love is experiencing the love of Christ.”A cut aboveThe inside of the Have Shears Will Travel mobile hair salon. Photo courtesy of Barbara GoodsonArron McLaurin has been barbering for more than 10 years, but this past year, since he joined Have Shears Will Travel as a part-time cosmetologist, has been the most meaningful.“It’s a different thing when you’re doing hair for the money,” said McLaurin. “For a long time, it was a career, but now it’s more of a calling for me to be able to help people. When people come to us, they feel like there’s hope again, that somebody loves them.”Goodson, now 66, will never forget a haircut that she gave 30 years ago to 9-year-old Kayla. The young girl had one leg amputated because of bone cancer.“I went to her home, sat her on a stool, and put a cape around her,” said Goodson. “Her hair was straggly from all the chemotherapy. When I was done, we carried her to the mirror, and she began singing, ‘I feel pretty, oh so pretty.’ Every heart melted in that room; they knew what she was saying was true.”In mid-February, one of the barbers had an accident in the mobile salon. Goodson was worried: Would this be the end of the ministry? Ultimately, the other driver’s insurance not only covered the claim but also donated $1,000 to the ministry.“Getting a new haircut can make me feel like I’m taking a new step, and hopefully that’s the same for our clients. They see this physical change — they see a new person in the mirror — and hopefully it helps empower them to be the person they want to be. Maybe it’s to find a job, or take the next step in a recovery program, to heal from PTSD, or to help remove the shame of being trafficked,” Goodson said.“When we say our Baptismal Covenant, we say we will respect the dignity of every person. People who are sitting in our chairs don’t believe they have much dignity; what we’re doing is imparting a sense of dignity, reminding them of their worth as a child of God.”— Richelle Thompson serves as deputy director and managing editor of Forward Movement, a ministry of The Episcopal Church that seeks to inspire disciples and empower evangelists. Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Submit a Press Release Featured Events New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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Melanie May | 8 March 2019 | News Tagged with: Recruitment / people 197 total views, 1 views today Alzheimer’s Research UK appoints Burnett Works as lead fundraising agency AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis8 Alzheimer’s Research UK has appointed Burnett Works as its lead fundraising agency, to work across all of the charity’s supporter acquisition and engagement work, including direct marketing, supporter-led events, legacy and in-memory fundraising and more.In addition to Alzheimer’s Research UK, Burnett Works has also recently been appointed as a fundraising agency by Clic Sargent, Kidney Research UK and Chest Heart Stroke Scotland. This will involve a range of work, from donor acquisition to legacy fundraising. Carolyne Coupel, Director of Marketing, Data and Insight for Alzheimer’s Research UK, said:“We’re delighted to have appointed Burnett Works and to be starting the new year with our new agency in place. We’re impressed by their breadth of knowledge, and their ability to turn complicated subjects and strategic thinking into creative ideas that really appeal to our supporters. “What’s more, they have helped us start 2019 in a great position. At the end of 2018, Burnett Works re-designed the Christmas appeal we run each year in conjunction with our charity partner, parkrun. While the appeal is not quite over, results already show that generated income is up 200 per cent on the previous year.”Jaz Nannar, Managing Director for Burnett Works added:“We’re very proud to be working with Alzheimer’s Research UK. What they do is so important and building support for their work is something we’re thrilled to be involved with.” 198 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis8 About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com.
SHARE Senator Donnelly speaking to the National Farmers Union; Donnelly receiving the ‘2018 Golden Triangle Award’ from the National Farmers Union.U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly was awarded the ‘2018 Golden Triangle Award’ by the National Farmers Union. The National Farmers Union recognized Donnelly’s efforts to support Hoosier farmers, families, and rural communities and his work in the Senate-passed 2018 Farm Bill, which he helped write as a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee. The Senate-passed Farm Bill is in the conference committee, where it will be reconciled with the version that passed the House of Representatives earlier this year. Donnelly spoke to more than 300 members of the group yesterday.Donnelly said, “I’m honored to have received this award and am proud to work with the National Farmers Union to support the economic well-being of Hoosier farmers, who work every day to feed our communities. I will continue to advocate for our Hoosier farmers and state’s agriculture community, which is why I am working on getting the Farm Bill across the finish line and signed into law so that our farmers can get some semblance of certainty and stability that they need to plan for the future.”Purdue Extension recognized a lifetime of dedication and achievement by awarding Jane Ade Stevens, CEO of the Indiana Soybean Alliance, Indiana Corn Marketing Council and Indiana Corn Growers Association the Women in Agriculture Leadership Award on Aug. 16 at the Indiana State Fair.The Women in Agriculture Leadership Award recognizes a woman in agribusiness or in a policymaking position who has made a difference for Hoosier farmers. For the past eight years, Stevens has overseen Indiana corn and soybean checkoff programs as well as membership and policy organizations.“Jane Ade Stevens has been and will continue as a mentor, model, counselor and friend to many leaders in agriculture both now and in the future,” said Mike Beard, who is a farmer from Frankfort, Ind. and president of the Indiana Corn Marketing Council. “She has served with expertise in a multitude of disciplines. Jane is deserving of an award for women in agriculture, but her accomplishments rank her high among Indiana’s agriculture leaders regardless of gender.”“From the construction of the Glass Barn at the Indiana State Fairgrounds to the new Corn & Soy Innovation Phenotyping Center at Purdue, Jane has been a guiding force for Indiana farmers,” said Tom Griffiths, a farmer from Kendallville, Ind. and chairman of the Indiana Soybean Alliance board of directors.Sources: US Senator Joe Donnelly’s Press Office and Indiana Corn and Soybean Indiana Agriculture Leaders Win Awards SHARE Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Indiana Agriculture Leaders Win Awards By Hoosier Ag Today – Sep 13, 2018 Previous article32nd Hoosier Beef Congress Set for Nov. 30- Dec. 2Next articleTrump Administration Seeking China Trade Talks Hoosier Ag Today
Organisation Lebanese journalist found shot dead in car to go further News News LebanonMiddle East – North Africa RSF_en February 4, 2021 Find out more LebanonMiddle East – North Africa News Forum on Information and Democracy 250 recommendations on how to stop “infodemics” Help by sharing this information Assaf Abu Rahal, a journalist working for the daily Al-Akhbar, was killed and Al-Manar TV reporter Ali Chouayb was wounded at around midday today when an Israeli tank fired into the village of Aadaisseh on Lebanon’s southern border (about 30 km east of the coastal town of Tyre).According to the information obtained by Reporters Without Borders, the Israel Defence Forces and the Lebanese armed forces exchanged shots after an Israeli unit uprooted a tree on the border in order to install a surveillance camera.The two journalists, who were hit while trying to cover the incident from a Lebanese army roadblock, were clearly identified as media personnel. Rahal was killed on the spot. Three Lebanese soldiers and an Israeli officer were also reportedly killed in the course of the clash.“We are shocked by Rahal’s death,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We condemn this Israeli military blunder and we offer our condolences to the families and friends of the victims and to the staff of Al-Akhbar.”The press freedom organisation added: “Rahal is the first Lebanese journalist to be killed in clashes between Lebanon and Israeli since the 33-day war in the summer of 2006, during which one journalist was killed and three others were wounded.” Receive email alerts News Lebanon : Violence against reporters becoming more frequent in Lebanon Follow the news on Lebanon August 3, 2010 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Lebanese journalist killed when Israeli tank opens fire January 14, 2021 Find out more November 11, 2020 Find out more
Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website More Cool Stuff Subscribe Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Google Maps ScreengrabA building located at 165 North Michigan Avenue has been sold to a private investor for $14 million.The edifice boasts 18 one-bedroom, one-bathroom units, 24 two-bedroom, two-bathroom units, and three three-bedroom, two bathroom units — 45 apartments in all, with 45 corresponding parking units. The property features patios and balconies as well.According to the real estate website “Zillow,” the one-bedroom units average 800 square feet, the two-bedroom offerings 1,000 square feet, and the three-bedroom apartments 1,500 square feet.The five-story structure was built in 1964. Zillow estimated its sales price at $13,640,800 and the monthly mortgage at $53,209.Priscilla Nee, an agent with CBRE Group, represented a Los Angeles-based private trust in selling the structure.“The property’s desirable Pasadena location and significant value-add opportunity attracted both private and institutional buyers, resulting in multiple offers and a final sales price above the listed price,” said Nee in a press statement issued by CBRE on Jan. 10.“This is a high-barrier-to-entry market with average housing values above $900,000,” she continued. “Properties of this size rarely become available.”According to CBRE research, multifamily property acquisitions reached $48.3 billon in the United States during the third quarter of 2018, the highest total since the fourth quarter of 2015.The greater Los Angeles market accounts for 27 percent of the total, a figure that places it among the top three metropolitan areas in that particular category. Top of the News Commercial Real Estate News Apartment Building on North Michigan Sells for $14 Million From STAFF REPORTS Published on Thursday, January 10, 2019 | 2:48 pm Community News EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS First Heatwave Expected Next Week Make a comment Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Business News Herbeauty9 Of The Best Family Friendly Dog BreedsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty15 things only girls who live life to the maximum understandHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyBet You Didn’t Need Another Reason To Stay Coupled Up This SeasonHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty11 Yummy Spices For A Flat TummyHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty12 Most Breathtaking Trends In Fashion HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeauty faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes 9 recommendedShareShareTweetSharePin it Community News
Clayton County Police Department(RIVERDALE, Ga.) — Police in Georgia released video on Thursday showing a person of interest in the case of an aspiring model who died after being struck by random gunfire.Officers with the Clayton County Police Department in northern Georgia said the person was in the area on Oct. 8, when Kelsey Quayle, 28, crashed her car and died after she was shot in the neck, authorities said.Police are seeking to identify the man because they believe he and the victim may have crossed paths.The 14-second video shows a man knocking on the door of a parked transit bus and walking away. The department said he approached the bus after following it for a bit and returned to his vehicle when the driver didn’t open the door.The man in the video, seen wearing a bandanna and a shirt with the word “hustle” written on it, was last seen driving a 2011-2014 Chrysler 200 that is “possibly gray in color,” police said.Clayton County Police Capt. Scott Stubbs said the department isn’t calling him a suspect but believe he may have information that can help solve the case.“In the video, we can see where Ms. Quayle comes down the road and has to make an adverse action, possibly to try to avoid the person in the lane of traffic,” Stubbs told ABC affiliate WSB-TV. “Maybe this gentleman was upset with some sort of traffic incident.”Quayle, who moved from California to Georgia in August to pursue fashion modeling, was traveling in Riverdale, an Atlanta suburb, when she veered into oncoming traffic and slammed into two cars after being shot.The victim was unconscious when paramedics pulled her from her car and discovered the gunshot wound in her neck.She died a few days after the crash when her family decided to remove her from life support. She was on her way to work when she was killed, her family said.“I just want to know who did this. It’s ridiculous. She didn’t deserve this,” Quayle’s sister, Kayleigh Martin, told WSB-TV. “We just have so many unanswered questions.“She was the sweetest person. It just doesn’t make sense.”Her sister created a GoFundMe campaign to help with funeral costs that had raised about $19,000 as of Friday morning.Anyone who may have information pertaining to the identity of the man in the video is asked to contact Crime Stoppers in Atlanta. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.