Simbisa Brands Limited (SIM.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Food sector has released it’s 2017 annual report.For more information about Simbisa Brands Limited (SIM.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Simbisa Brands Limited (SIM.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Simbisa Brands Limited (SIM.zw) 2017 annual report.Company ProfileSimbisa Brands Limited is the largest fast-food restaurant operator in Zimbabwe and owns, operates and franchises a selection of well-known Quick Service Restaurant brands. These include Pizza Inn and Chicken Inn, and Nandos and Steers of South Africa. Simbisa Brands Limited has an extensive footprint in Africa, with outlets in Zimbabwe and 10 African countries including Kenya, Ghana, Mauritius, Botswana, DRC, Malawi, Swaziland, Lesotho and Zambia. The fast-food restaurant group is a spin-off from Innscor Africa, a ZSE-listed manufacturing group in Zimbabwe. Simbisa Brands Limited is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
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Howard Lake | 30 July 2003 | News 26 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The Dickens £10 note will not be legal tender from after today.The Bank of England will withdraw the £10 note with a portrait of Charles Dickens on the reverse from tomorrow. If your charity still has any of these notes they should be paid promptly into a bank, Post Office or building society. Advertisement Tagged with: Finance Dickens £10 note no longer legal tender from tomorrow 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.
EasyJet launches third year of onboard collections for Anthony Nolan Trust Howard Lake | 14 July 2008 | News www.easyjet.com 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. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: corporate EasyJet has already raised a £1.3 million in total for The Anthony Nolan Trust after carrying out on board collections during the summers of 2006 and 2007. The charity reports that this has enabled it to recruit approximately 18,000 new donors to the bone marrow register. EasyJet on-board collections will take place on all flights starting on 14 July through to 26 September 2008. A proportion of the money raised will be given to other bone marrow registers in Europe. For the third year running passengers on board EasyJet flights during the summer will be encouraged to donate their change and help recruit lifesaving donors for the Anthony Nolan Trust.England World Cup winner and Lions Rugby star, Will Greenwood MBE, launched this year’s campaign for the leukaemia charity. 32 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Advertisement
Drive-through COVID-19 testing in Bergen County, N.J. These tests were a “partnership” of state government with Quest Diagnostics and Walmart stores hosting the sites.In the midst of a capitalist crash and an out-of-control health crisis, two mega-industries that bear a heavy burden of responsibility for the health disaster are reporting soaring profits. “The nation’s leading health insurers are experiencing an embarrassment of profits,” reported the New York Times Aug. 6. “Anthem, Humana and United Health Group second quarter earnings are double what they were a year ago.”The U.S. has the world’s highest number of COVID-19 cases, over 5 million, and the highest number of deaths. In addition, millions of laid-off workers are losing health insurance.The profits of medical insurance companies are supposed to be capped and rebates provided to those paying health premiums. But it turns out no rebates are planned.Testing for the coronavirus has become another profitable disaster. Shares in the two major COVID-19 testing companies — Quest Diagnostics and Laboratory Corporation of America — are soaring.The fact that it can take two weeks and even longer for COVID-19 test results, and that results are not coordinated nationally, makes tracking irrelevant. Nevertheless, it is very lucrative. Quest will earn $1 billion this year — over 10% more than they estimated 6 months ago. As Quest Chief Financial Officer Mark Guinan explained, detecting COVID-19 brings “good margins.” (“How U.S. made Covid-19 tests a profitable disaster,” Reuters, July 23)Every enterprise in a capitalist system exists to make a profit. If it doesn’t make a profit, it has no purpose. A company that makes profits, especially in the midst of a capitalist crash, is considered a healthy investment — even if it is costing tens of thousands of lives.Medical insurance conglomerates are profitable — even if millions are left uninsured and don’t get to see a doctor because co-payments are too high. Some 41% of the population can’t afford to visit an emergency room.Big Pharma, the largest drug companies, are enormously profitable. So drugs, rather than health programs, are promoted for every possible condition.Mergers of hundreds of hospitals into giant conglomerates are profitable, even if medical staff are laid off, advance orders of essential personal protective and other equipment are short-listed, and thousands of hospital beds are lost. Because of this, the U.S. has fewer hospital beds per person than 80% of the world’s nations and closes hospitals faster.Profits first at labs, tooQuest and Lab Corp are profitable precisely because these giant lab corporations are unwilling to invest in equipment and labs they might not need six months from now.Since insurers will pay even when tests are so late as to be useless, this gives big labs an incentive to keep piling up the tests as long as share prices keep rising, regardless of how long patients and doctors are kept waiting for the results. Even though other, much faster tests are easily available in the U.S. and around the world, these two lab conglomerates have contracts locked in with the big hospital and insurance corporations for almost all lab tests. Hospitals can most profitably use the interconnected software of the big corporate labs. In the pressure to maximize income, both for-profit and nonprofit institutions consistently push for greater privatization and the elimination of competitors.Public health has become an unprofitable shamblesBecause U.S. health care operates on an uncoordinated, for-profit basis, it is one of the most expensive and unequal systems in the world. Of the more than $3.5 trillion that the U.S. population spends annually on health care, a meager 2.5% goes to public health. (“COVID-19 and Underinvestment in the Public Health Infrastructure of the United States,” Milbank Quarterly, June 2020)Public health is just not profitable. Despite its importance, U.S. expenditures on public health have steadily been cut at all levels, especially since the 2008 capitalist crash. Local health departments have lost more than 55,000 staff members.A hiring freeze at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has left hundreds of positions unfilled. Meanwhile, the top positions are full of political appointees connected to biotech, pharmaceutical and insurance companies.Public health funding for preparedness and disease surveillance has been on a downward trend for decades. The CDC budget was cut another 17% in 2018.Now the CDC issues only vague guidelines and recommendations, and its advice is watered-down or worthless. It took three months into the pandemic for it to even recommend that people wear masks.Health care in the U.S. is a patchwork that is unraveling. The lack of coordination and planning leaves millions without medical care in the best of times. Now, during the COVID-10 epidemic, it has created an uncontrolled medical crisis that is a global threat.Countries around the world are closing their doors to travelers from the U.S. because conditions here are so out of control.Wrong kind of infrastructureThe United States is a technologically and scientifically advanced, modern, industrial society. But the overwhelming majority of the people are without basic health protection. Why does this glaring contradiction exist?The U.S. does not lack infrastructure; it just has the wrong kind of infrastructure. It lacks a coordinated, national, public health infrastructure.But it does have pre-existing infrastructures that make it incapable of dealing with health, social or environmental crises.A majority of the federal budget’s discretionary spending goes to the largest, most sophisticated and expensive military infrastructure in world history — over 5,000 military bases, more than 800 of them around the world, plus 13,000 military aircraft and 500 ships. There are huge multibillion-dollar stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction, nuclear and conventional. There are 1.3 million active duty personnel, 600,000 military contractors and a well-coordinated chain of command.The U.S. also has the largest, most repressive and racist prison infrastructure in the world: more than 2 million incarcerated, overwhelmingly people of color. And it has the largest police force in the world by far: 800,000 cops. There are 17,985 U.S. police agencies.The police infrastructure is so highly coordinated that an electronic fingerprint test takes 15 seconds to get results, through automated fingerprint identification connected to police agencies all over the country. This database is part of the repressive national infrastructure. It functions very well.Compare that to the two weeks on average to get the results of a COVID-19 test, where results nationally are totally uncoordinated.Under capitalism, an economic crash occurs every 7 to 10 years. This has been true for three centuries. It is expected, predictable, unavoidable and devastating for millions of people. But it always leads to greater concentrations of capital and wealth.The huge military machine and the giant repressive prison and police apparatus serve an essential role. They exist to hold this global capitalist empire together and to ensure the ability of a tiny handful of capitalist owners and major shareholders to make superprofits.The tremendous cost of an infrastructure for military and police repression, alongside the lack of any health care infrastructure, becomes more dangerous with every passing day.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Home Indiana Agriculture News The Watch is on for High Path Avian Influenza Previous articleNew Faster Satellite Internet can Help in the Farm OfficeNext articleMorning Outlook Gary Truitt The Watch is on for High Path Avian Influenza By Gary Truitt – Jan 4, 2016 Facebook Twitter The Watch is on for High Path Avian InfluenzaLast year 48 million birds, mostly turkeys and laying hens, were depopulated in response to the spread of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza. The watch is on for a return of the outbreak this winter. The spread of the disease that infected poultry operations in the west and here in the Midwest was caused by migrating birds moving north. The concern now is that as those birds migrate back south, there will be a return of the disease.Maurice Pitesky, with University of California Davis, says the birds use flyways that take them right over key poultry-producing areas, “These flyways are like freeways, and they interconnect allowing the birds to come in contact with birds from other regions.” He said, for example, some of the birds last spring had virus infections that had been gotten from birds in Korea.So far, all is quiet, says USDA’s Rob Johansson, “We had had a rather mild fall and early winter, so we are not seeing the large number of migrating birds that we had last spring.” Yet, it is still early and officials are cautious. Johansson says the industry is better prepared this time around to prevent a massive infestation, “The biosecurity on many of the poultry houses is better, and this should help keep down the infestation.”He adds, the virus is still out there with reports of HPAI coming in from Europe and some areas of the west coast. Only one case was found in Northeast Indiana last year, but state officials have plans in place should an outbreak occur. SHARE Facebook Twitter SHARE
Caleb Jakana ReddIt + posts Kenny Hill disappoints in 2018 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Class of 2017 alumnus Kenneth Ankoma-Sey printThe Horned Frogs hit the road today and some fans are following.Fans have long been considered an extra player. Their cheers and presence can help spur a team that’s lagging or boost one that’s doing well even higher.Head coach Gary Paterson has said in the past that fans are essential.“It’s not all on the shoulders of team. (Fans) need to get themselves out (and) it needs to be a loud crowd,” Patterson said. “We don’t need to be loud as soon as something good happens. We need to be loud as soon as we walk into the stadium.”SMU is TCU’s crosstown rival, but students are divided on the importance of trekking to Dallas for the latest battle for the Iron Skillet.Senior Kenneth Ankoma-sey said that the players need the support from fans during road games because going into another opponents territory can be intimidating.“It definitely has an impact,” Ankoma-sey said. “If no one goes, who does the team turn to for support?”First-year Sebastian Kong said going to away games are imperative.“It’s important to support your team by attending the games,” Kong said.Junior Philip Kafuluma has a different opinion. Kafuluma said that traveling to an away game won’t make that much difference to the team.“The cheers of away games are always drowned by those of the home fans, especially in college sports,” said Kafuluma.Ticket prices for this game ranged from $40-$60.Kick-off between the Horned Frogs and the Mustangs is set for 7 p.m in Gerald J. Ford Stadium. Twitter A guide to on campus fun Previous articleHouse Calls helped students transition in collegeNext articleTCU participates in National Hazing Prevention Week Caleb Jakana RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Caleb Jakanahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/caleb-jakana/ TAGStext only Caleb Jakanahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/caleb-jakana/ TCU revamps Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium Caleb Jakanahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/caleb-jakana/ Facebook Twitter ReddIt Caleb Jakanahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/caleb-jakana/ First TCU spring game since 2018 gets fans primed for a highly-anticipated fall LaDainian Tomlinson calls for racial understanding, asks TCU to lead the charge Linkedin Facebook Linkedin TCU defeated Iowa State 41-20 on Homecoming and Family Weekend. (Sam Bruton/ TCU360) Caleb Jakana is a senior news and media studies major and criminology minor from Flower Mound, Texas. When he is not reporting, he is either playing basketball, watching a sporting event or just eating food. A host of rookie Horned Frogs find roles in the NFL
TogoAfrica News TogoAfrica News RSF_en News Receive email alerts “We will however remain vigilant and wait to see how the law is applied. In fact prison sentences are still in place in cases of journalists found guilty of calls to theft, murder, racial hatred or subverting the security forces from “their duty to their country”.If the judges applied a broad interpretation of these notions, it was to be feared that some journalists who were too critical or provocative could still find themselves victims of unfair imprisonment,” the organisation added.Reform of the press and communication law was among the commitments Togo’s government made in Brussels on 14 April 2004 with a view to resumption of co-operation between Togo and the European Union, broken off in 1993 because of democratic failings.Communications Minister, Pitang Tchalla, on 28 April set up an 11-member reform commission drawn from journalists’ organisations and unions, the communications ministry, the Togolese media observatory and the broadcast and communications authority. The new law passed by Togo’s deputies almost exactly mirrors the results of their work.A second welcome feature of the new law is the repeal of all articles allowing the interior minister to takes steps by edict involving seizures or closure of newspapers, which gave rise to many abuses in the past. This role now passes to the republic’s chief prosecutor, who will also have to justify any decisions in advance.One article in the draft law was intensively debated. Article 104, abolishing the use of detention in custody for press offences, was withdrawn during its passage through the council of ministers on 21 July then reinstated after lengthy negotiations before the law commission on 6 August. Togo court upholds “baseless and disproportionate” newspaper closures News Reporters Without Borders welcomed reforms passed by Togo’s National Assembly amending the press and communications law so that press offences can no longer be punished by terms of imprisonment.”We will however remain vigilant and wait to see how the law is applied”, said the organisation Follow the news on Togo Reporters Without Borders welcomed reforms passed by Togo’s National Assembly amending the press and communications law so that press offences can no longer be punished by terms of imprisonment.At an extraordinary session on 24 August, the parliament unanimously adopted reforms of the 25 September 2002 law previously considered one of the most repressive in Africa. Thirty-four of its 112 articles were amended and four repealed.The greatest reform abolishing prison sentences for press offences such as defamation and insult, however left in place heavy fines up to five million CFA francs (around 9000 dollars).Nevertheless the new law is much more liberal and respecting of press freedom than its predecessor.”Even if the authorities in Togo have taken this step solely under pressure from the European Union, we welcome this reform of the press code that will bring hope to every journalist in the country,” said Reporters Without Borders. Togolese authorities urged to lift newspaper’s four-month suspension to go further August 25, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 New law means press offences will no longer be punished by prison sentences March 8, 2021 Find out more Organisation March 11, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information Convicting “petrolgate” journalist of defamation would be disastrous, RSF says September 15, 2020 Find out more
Local NewsWorld News United Arab Emirates publishes first photo from Mars probe Pinterest Facebook Pinterest Twitter Twitter TAGS Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 14, 2021 WhatsApp WhatsApp DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The United Arab Emirates on Sunday published the first image for its Mars probe now circling the red planet. The picture, taken Wednesday, shows sunlight just coming across the surface of Mars. It shows Mars’ north pole, as well as Mars’ largest volcano, Olympus Mons. The image comes from its “Amal,” or “Hope,” space probe. The probe swung into orbit around Mars on Tuesday in a triumph for the Arab world’s first interplanetary mission. Previous articleUnexpected: Dimitrov vs Karatsev in Australian Open QFsNext articlePET OF THE WEEK: Tessie Digital AIM Web Support