British American Tobacco Zambia Limited (BATZ.zm) listed on the Lusaka Securities Exchange under the Agricultural sector has released it’s 2019 interim results for the second quarter.For more information about British American Tobacco Zambia Limited (BATZ.zm) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the British American Tobacco Zambia Limited (BATZ.zm) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: British American Tobacco Zambia Limited (BATZ.zm) 2019 interim results for the second quarter.Company ProfileBritish American Tobacco Plc. Zambia is a major distributor of cigarettes in Zambia. The company also has a line extension range which includes cigars, e-cigarettes and next-generation products (NGPs) which include a vapor product called Vype, and a tobacco heating product called iFuse. The company also markets a popular smokeless moist tobacco powder called Snus which most people know as snuff. British American Tobacco Zambia is a subsidiary of the British American Tobacco Group which has extensive international interests in the tobacco industry, from farm to market. Well-known brands in the BAT portfolio are Dunhill, Kent, Pall Mall and Lucky Strike. British America Tobacco Plc Zambia is listed on the Lusaka Stock Exchange
Afinitas Limited (AFS.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Investment sector has released it’s 2020 interim results for the forth quarter.For more information about Afinitas Limited (AFS.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Afinitas Limited (AFS.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Afinitas Limited (AFS.bw) 2020 interim results for the forth quarter.Company ProfileAfinitas Limited, list on the Botswana Stock Exchange, is a pan-African investment holding company which operates in three sectors; event management, financial services and asset management. Afinitas Limited is a subsidiary of GCH Investments Limited. Afinitas Limited is an asset management company which provides seed capital for new business development in Botswana. The company is accredited by the Botswana International Financial Services Center (IFSC). Africa Events Limited is a specialist events management division which owns the rights to the Africa Financial Services Investment Conference (AFSIC). This event is held annually in London and is attended by a diverse spectrum of investors, dealmakers and financial services companies that target and service the African continent. Ethiopia Investments Limited is a permanent capital vehicle which was established by EQOS Global, a business process outsourcing company based in Addis Ababa which owns investments and develops new business in Ethiopia.
Photographs Canada Area: 167 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: gh3 Area Area of this architecture project Williams Studio / gh3 Williams Studio / gh3Save this projectSaveWilliams Studio / gh3 Save this picture!© Larry Williams+ 25 Share ArchDaily Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/47504/williams-studio-gh3 Clipboard Photographs: Larry WilliamsText description provided by the architects. A photographer’s studio over a boathouse on Stony Lake is a re-imagination of the archetypal glass house in a landscape in the Canadian Shield. A continuation of thinking about this architectural ambition, the central concept of the house is reconceived through a contemporary lens of sustainability, program, site and amenity. The compelling qualities of simple, open spaces; interior and exterior unity and material clarity are transformed to enhance the environmental and programmatic performance of the building, creating architecture of both iconic resonance and innovative context–driven design. Save this picture!east elevationThe program envisions a building as north–facing window: a photographer’s live/work studio and film location that is continuously bathed in diffuse and undiminished natural light. The transparent facade—a curtain wall glazed in low-iron glass—becomes the essential element in a photographic apparatus to produce images unobtainable in a conventional studio. The availability and fidelity of north–facing light in the double-height space provide the photographer with unparalleled natural illumination, while the clarity of the glazing transforms the site and surrounding vistas into a sublime, ever–changing backdrop. Save this picture!© Larry WilliamsThe compact glass form sits at the water’s edge on a granite plinth whose matte black facade dematerializes to suspend the building, lantern-like, on the site. The granite’s thermal mass exploits the abundant solar input, eliminating the need for active systems on winter days, while the lakefront site allows the use of a deep-water exchange to heat and cool the building year–round through radiant slabs and recessed perimeter louvers at the floor and ceiling. Sliding panes in the glass skin—three metres wide at the ground floor, and one and a half metres wide on the mezzanine floor—allow the facade to become completely porous for natural ventilation, while an individually automated blind system, white roof, and deciduous hedgerow guard against excessive solar gain. The continuous blind system additionally serves as a second aesthetic skin, transforming the interior into an enclosed, intimate space, and the exterior into a gently reflective mirror of the surroundings. Save this picture!© Larry WilliamsEntry into the site is facilitated through a minimalist landscape that deploys endogenous materials while leaving the greatest portion of the site in its evocative, glacier-scoured state. A simple granite plinth serves as threshold for the south-facing entrance, where solid program functions and vertical circulation are arranged in a narrow, efficient volume. From the outset, the goal was to accommodate the client’s needs within a small footprint. Domestic functions are integrated into a furniture-like mezzanine assembly suspended above the main space, where bedroom, bathroom and closet are coextensive, and sliding fritted glass allows the whole to be concealed from the rest of the space. Throughout the upper and lower levels, interior partitions are clad with seamless white lacquered panels whose reflective qualities diffuse light into every part of the interior and create complex layered views through the space. Save this picture!© Larry WilliamsSet to be built in the spring of 2010, a lightweight aluminium curvilinear structure guarded by low-iron glass will be constructed at level with the house. This freestanding structure will serve as an outdoor living platform.Save this picture!ground floor planProject gallerySee allShow lessCongress and Hotel Centre / SHL ArchitectsArticlesAD Round Up: Industrial Architecture Part IIArticles Share CopyHouses•Ennismore, Canada Year: Houses 2007 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/47504/williams-studio-gh3 Clipboard “COPY” “COPY” CopyAbout this officegh3OfficeFollowProductGlass#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOfficesHousesEnnismoreCanadaPublished on January 27, 2010Cite: “Williams Studio / gh3” 27 Jan 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
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Home Education ECISD OCA top 2 were ESL students Previous articleLETTER TO THE EDITOR: Mayor busy bearing false witness and not leadingNext articleRegistration set for engineering camp Odessa American RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Southern Style Potato SaladVirgin Coco MojitoFoolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Pinterest Odessa Collegiate Academy Valedictorian Nataly Sotelo, right, and Salutatorian Tamara Arenivas pose for a photo Friday, April 30, 2021 at Odessa College. (Eli Hartman|Odessa American) EducationECISDLocal News OCA top 2 were ESL students Twitter 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Crockett Middle School Facebook Not only do Nataly Sotelo and Tamara Arevinas, the top two students at Odessa Collegiate Academy, model academic excellence but they were students of the English as a second language program at Ector County ISD.With their first language being Spanish, it took persistence for them to learn English. Sotelo is the valedictorian and Arevinas is the salutatorian.Sotelo, 18, plans to attend UTPB to earn a bachelor’s degree in biology to become a physician assistant with the ultimate goal of becoming a doctor.Arevinas, also 18, plans to attend UTPB and study criminal justice to become a forensic science technician.Both were in the bilingual program until the middle of fifth grade. Arevinas went to Jordan Elementary School and Sotelo to Cameron, a dual language elementary. Sotelo went to Ector Middle School and Arevinas to Bowie.They both still speak Spanish at home.Sotelo said it was confusing trying to learn English because she would learn things in both languages and have to translate something into Spanish.“Things would get tangled up, I guess,” Sotelo said.Arevinas said bilingual students wouldn’t really mix with the other youngsters. She added that English and Spanish can sound the same, but they’re very different.“… There are some words that are hard to understand, so it’s very difficult to translate,” Arevinas said.Sotelo said she felt that being at Cameron made it easier for her because it was a dual language school.“Everyone was either learning Spanish for the first time or English … so being in that dual language curriculum made it easier for me as well as for others,” Sotelo said.Sotelo said she never really thought much about being a former ESL student and becoming one of the top students until Principal James Ramage bought it up.Arevinas said her achievement shows younger students that as long as you put in the hard work, it doesn’t matter where you start.Sotelo said youngsters should never give up and know that they can do anything they set their minds to.Arevinas added that there is a lot of support for students “so dream big and just continue; be patient.”Ramage said they did exceptionally well for anyone learning a new language and they didn’t let it hold them back.“Seeing you guys as an example is just tremendous. … I just think it’s rather unique because it’s the valedictorian and salutatorian,” Ramage said.Executive Director of Bilingual/ESL Education Betsabe Salcido said she would not say it’s unusual for ESL students to become top students.“I would say that many times there may not be the awareness that students have been served through the bilingual and ESL program,” Salcido said. “It’s really exciting to have both of them having been served through our program as valedictorian and salutatorian. … I was very excited for them. It’s what we want for all of our students; we want them to have the skills and to be able to achieve their postsecondary dreams.”There are a little more than 6,000 English learners in the bilingual/ESL program. Salcido said the majority are Spanish speakers, but they have a little over 30 languages represented in the district.“It can be challenging to learn in a second language while also mastering academics, and for our bilingual students for example, they struggle to be bilingual, biliterate and bicultural. That’s our goal, so we know that for example with these two young ladies they have definitely had to put in the work and the effort,” Salcido said. “This also speaks highly to their teachers that they have had throughout their years in ECISD.”The student engagement and relationships they build can help the students thrive, Salcido added.“I’m very proud of their academic success, of course, and … I’m going to share this with my department because I know we wish them the best and we can’t wait to hear about their future accomplishments,” Salcido said. WhatsApp Twitter Facebook By Odessa American – May 28, 2021 Pinterest TAGSESLOCA 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Ector College Prep Success Academy 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Bowie Middle School WhatsApp
Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Harps come back to win in Waterford Pinterest By News Highland – January 28, 2019 Google+ Google+ Pinterest John Downey extradition hearing to get underway today WhatsApp Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Previous articleFour young men killed in fatal Donegal crashNext articleDCC urged to take more pro-active approach in clean-up of derelict buildings News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Homepage BannerNews An extradition hearing is due to get underway in the High Court this morning for alleged IRA bomber John Downey.The 66-year-old is wanted in Northern Ireland to face charges in connection with the murder of two British soldiers who died in a car bomb explosion in 1972.John Downey was arrested at his home in Donegal two months ago following a decision to prosecute him up north in relation to the 1972 Enniskillen bombing.In 2014, he stood trial in London for the alleged murder of four British soldiers who died in the Hyde Park bombing but that trial collapsed when it emerged he’d received a letter which granted immunity to suspected IRA members who were wanted in the UK for crimes committed during The Troubles.Mr. Downey, who’s on bail, plans to rely on that letter in his fight against extradition to Northern Ireland – the hearing of which is due to get underway later this morning. DL Debate – 24/05/21 Twitter Facebook Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
Nearly a third of solicitors firms and e-commerce companies have not putstakeholder schemes in place and could face fines of up to £50,000. Research by Sedgwick Independent Financial Consultants shows that only 70per cent of solicitors firms and 65 per cent of e-commerce companies haveeither introduced a stakeholder pension scheme or already have an occupationalpension scheme. Just over half of the 2,000 solicitors firms surveyed already have astakeholder scheme in place as do 45 per cent of the 1,200 e-commercebusinesses which took part in the research. The study reveals that 12 per cent of solicitors and 19 per cent ofe-commerce firms said they were “not interested” in talking about astakeholder scheme. Dawn Johnson, director of financial advice at Woolwich, said, “The factthat nearly a third of companies in these two sectors have not signed up to astakeholder scheme is alarming given that the 8 October deadline is now uponus.” All employers with five or more staff are required by law to have introduceda stakeholder scheme by 8 October if they have no other pension provision orface fines. E-commerce and law firms perform badlyOn 16 Oct 2001 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed.
View post tag: Navy View post tag: Castilla View post tag: Somali View post tag: takes 120 nautical miles southwest of Socotra, the EU Naval Force ship ESPS Castilla took custody of six suspected Somali pirates, who allegedly attempted to seize the Spanish tuna fishing vessel FV Izurdia. Their transfer to Spain was ordered by Central Court of Prosecution no3, Madrid.The suspect pirates were transported to ESPS Castilla by the helicopters of the Dutch Ship HNLMS Rotterdam, flagship of NATO Operation Ocean Shield. HNLMS Rotterdam captured the suspected pirates the day after the unsuccessful attack on the FV Izurdia.On 31 October, arrangements for transit of the suspected pirates have concluded and they are en-route to a Spanish Court.[mappress]Naval Today Staff,November 1, 2012; Image: EU NAVFOR Back to overview,Home naval-today ESPS Castilla Takes Custody Of Suspected Somali Pirates View post tag: Pirates ESPS Castilla Takes Custody Of Suspected Somali Pirates View post tag: Naval November 1, 2012 View post tag: ESPS View post tag: Custody View post tag: Suspected Training & Education View post tag: News by topic Share this article
Indulgent chocolate brand Gü is extending its reach into in-store bakery with a new range of adult-only cookies. The company best known for its chilled desserts has identified a gap in the market for an upmarket branded cookie that isn’t aimed at children.Said product manager Claire Richardson: “We found that 50% of premium cookie buyers are one- to two-person households and 50% have no children, yet all the ISB cookies (own-label and licensed) are sold in packs of four or five cookies. The licensed products on the market are ’family-type brands’, all of which are confectionery licences like Smarties and Rolo.”Gü has launched three premium varieties in packs of two: Ultimate Chocolate (chocolate cookies with chunks of chocolate), Chocolate & Sour Cherry (chocolate cookies with chunks of chocolate and sour cherries), and Chocolate & Caramel (caramel-flavoured cookies with chunks of chocolate and caramel pieces).The packs are currently listed in Asda and baked in-store, although Tesco will sell the products from late November and a roll-out plan for other retailers is in place.