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South Africa, officially the Republic of South Africa, is a country located at the southern tip of Africa. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (commonly known as the United Kingdom, the UK, or Britain) is a sovereign state located off the north-western coast of continental Europe. 5.0/5

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G-XLEH is en route as BAW56 from Johannesburg Intl, South Africa to Heathrow, United Kingdom
G-XLEF is en route as BAW55 from Heathrow, United Kingdom to Johannesburg Intl, South Africa
Good Morning South Africa! Sending you lotsa love, warmth and funny faces from the United Kingdom!
Zenith Bank Plc, one of Nigeria’s leading financial services provider with headquarters in Nigeria and subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Gambia, and South Africa. The Bank is currently calling on qualified general public to submit their CV’s in its recruitment portal.
Important for BD Vets graduate if u want to move AU or Nz. Vets with the following degrees are eligible to apply for registration as a veterinary surgeon in Australia without further examination: •Veterinary degrees from Australian universities •Veterinary degrees from universities in the United Kingdom •Veterinary degrees from Massey University, New Zealand •Some veterinary degrees from the University of Dublin – see www.avbc.asn.au for more information •Bachelor of Veterinary Science from the University of Pretoria, South Africa •Veterinary Degrees from American Veterinary Medical Association recognised and accredited veterinary schools (from the date of first accreditation). The applicant must have also passed the North American Veterinary Licence Examination or its antecedent, the National Board and Clinical Competency Test Examination •Veterinarians who are a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, UK by examination (rather than fee paying). For vets whose degrees are not ...
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United States of America, Australia, Japan, Belgium, Ireland, United Kingdom, Canada, Portugal, New Zealand, Holland, Japan, Spain, Germany, France, Brasil, Canada, Netherlands, China, Zambia, South Africa, Rwanda. Outside local Zimbabwean citizens, these are the countries that visited Amagugu in the year 2014. We share again pictures of some of our international guests. Truly international we are!
Tanzania Implements International Tourism Marketing Strategy As a part of recently launched Tanzanian International Tourism Marketing Strategy, inviting public and private owned media representatives from various countries, which aims to promote Tanzania globally and increase Tanzanian popularity among tourists. The International Tourism Marketing Strategy was developed during a year and a half of negotiations with all stake holders in the industry and was approved in 2013. The Strategy includes advertising tour attractions to other countries with a special focus on primary markets of United Kingdom, USA, Germany, and Italy, as well as secondary markets such as France, Netherlands, Canada, Australia, Spain, and tertiary markets like South Africa and India. According to the Tanzanian Tourist Board (TTB) Marketing Manager Godfrey Meena the strategy is supposed to double the number of tourists visiting Tanzania. Tanzania reached its milestone tourist visits record of over 1 million in 2012 from 867 000 in 20 ...
Zambia’s 2015 Presidential Candidates: Who They Are And What They Stand For By Paul Shalala ( Zambia’s 5,166,088 voters are on 20th January, 2015 expected to vote in a presidential election which pundits are already predicting to be too close to call. 11 candidates have so far been confirmed by the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) to have validly filed in their nominations and will contest the poll which has been necessitated by the death of Zambia’s fifth President Michael Sata who died on 28th October 2014 in the United Kingdom. Printing of the ballot papers has even commenced in South Africa where political party represents are monitoring the process. During the 2011 General Elections which ushered the late president into office, 10 presidential candidates contested for the top job in the land. This time, the ballot paper is expected to be a long one and voters are expected to have a wide range of choices from the list of candidates. But who are these candidates? Where did they come from? Wha ...
OBASANJO AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF DESTRUCTION INSTEAD OF NATION BUILDING : Great leaders write on issues and ideas that move nations forward and advance the course of human development. Obafemi Awolowo and Nnamdi Azikiwe of Nigeria, Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana, Lee Kwan Yu wrote of Singapore, Nelson Mandela of South Africa, Ghandi of India, Bill Clinton and Barrack Obama of the United States, Winston Churchill and Tony Blair of the United Kingdom, etc, have all penned great works that have become inseparable companions of scholars, political leaders, policy makers, successful businessmen, senior government administrstors, military strategists and historians around the world. Our own supposed leader, Gen (rtd) Olusegun Obasanjo, at a critical time in our nation's history, when we are confronted by an unstable political system, a yet-to-be-defined economy and serious security issues that threaten our collective existence, has found the time to only write about mundane issues as who pleaded to marry his daughter, and how ...
International, Regional and Domestic guests: We have several hundreds of guests gathered here for their miracles and testimonies. They have come for different reasons of which some include healing, deliverance, prophecy, spiritual guidance and mentorship. Our guests have come from different parts of the world including, New Zealand, United States of America, Netherlands, United Kingdom, South America, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Germany including other international nations. Regionally we also have guests from South Africa, Botswana, Angola, Namibia, Zambia, Mozambique, Tanzania, Malawi, Lesotho and Swaziland among others. The list is not complete without mentioning our domestic guests from various parts of Zimbabwe including Mutare, Bulawayo, Masvingo, Gweru, Chinhoyi, Hwange, Karoi, Rusape, Uzumba Maramba Pfungwe, Dande, Mhandamabwe, Nyamapanda, Dande, Dotito, Mt Darwin, Mberengwa, Murambinda and many more including from Harare.
Q1. Which former Prime Minister of India was also called 'Yuva Turk' ? (A) Rajiv Gandhi (B) V.P.Singh (C) H.D.Deve Gowda (D) Chandrashekhar Q2.Which mineral is used to make the Plaster of Paris ? (A) Gypsum. (B) Calcite (C) Fluorite (D) Apatite Q3.Which is the most spoken language in the world ? (A) English (B) Mandarin (C) Spanish (D) Hindi Q4.Which planet in the Solar System is named after theRoman god of agriculture and harvest ? (A) Mars (B) Jupiter (C) Saturn (D) Venus Q5.From the Constitution of which country was the concept of the Fundamental Rights in the Indian Constitution borrowed ? (A) Australia (B) South Africa (C) United Kingdom (D) United States of America. Q6.To which ocean does Panama Canal connect the Pacific Ocean ? (A) Arctic Ocean (B) Antarctic Ocean (C) Atlantic Ocean (D) Indian Ocean Q7.By what name is Krishna Dvaipayana, author of the epic Mahabharat, better known ? (A) Ved Vyas (B) Valmiki (C) Tulsidas (D) Ramanujacharya Q8.In which city is the Central Potato Research Institute(CP ...
CURRENT AFFAIRS 16th November’14 – 20th November’14 CURRENT AFFAIRS 16th - 17th November’14 1) The G-20 Summit 2014 started on 15 November 2014 in Brisbane, the capital of Queensland (Australia). This summit is which edition of the meeting of the G-20 heads of state? – Ninth Explanation: G-20 (also known as Group of 20) is a global forum of the 20 biggest economies of the world. It includes the largest developed countries of the world as well as the largest developing countries. The group comprises of 19 countries – Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States. The 20th member is the European Union (EU). The European Commission (EC) and the European Commission (EC) represent EU in G-20. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi represented India in the summit. 6 countries – Mauritania, Myanmar, New Zealand, Senegal, Singapore, and Spain have been invite ...
David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, addressed the Australian Parliament in Canberra on November 14. Talking about the need for international trade and cooperation, he highlighted the SKA as an example of a successful global project, with its headquarters at the Jodrell Bank Observatory near Manchester and elements to be located in South Africa and Western Australia.
Some facts about capetown u may not know :) 1. Table Mountain in Cape Town is believed to be one of the oldest mountains in the world. 2. The world is divided into six floral kingdoms. All these kingdoms encompass several countries, and in some cases, several continents. South Africa, which has a floral kingdom wholly contained within the country, is the one exception. The Cape Floral Kingdom has 9,600 plant species, 70% of which are not found anywhere else in the world. 3. Table Mountain alone has over 1,500 species of plants, more than the entire United Kingdom. 4. South Africa is the second largest exporter of fruit in the world. 5. South Africa has the longest wine route in the world. 6. Kruger National Park supports the greatest variety of wildlife species on the African continent. 7. South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique are tearing down fences between the countries' game parks to create a 13,500 square mile game park, which will become the largest conservation area in the world. It will be bigger ...
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Good Shabbos family members !. In the Pacific and Asia, including those in the countries of New Zealand, Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, South Korea,Taiwan and Thailand! Africa, Europe and the Middle East, including those in the countries of Algeria, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, D.R.CONGO,Tanzania , Poland, Spain, the United Kingdom, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates! . The Lord’s trumpet is near The trumpet shall be heard soon All who live shall hear it. Let us therefore approach the throne of grace with fullest confidence, that we may receive mercy for our failures and grace to help in the hour of need
Other Details Of Reverend Anita Oyakhilome's Divorce Petition The crash of the marriage between Chris & Anita Oyakhilome has been widely reported after Anita requested for a divorce. According to a Daily newspaper, who claimed to have obtained a copy of Anita’s divorce petition, the Reverend is filing for the divorce on the grounds on unreasonable behaviors on the part oh her husband. Read the statement below. “The wife has discussed with the husband his inappropriate relationship with some of his female staff members. She has explained that this has given her cause for concern. The husband has minimized her worries and taken no step to alleviate her grievances.” “The wife submits that her marriage to the husband has irretrievably broken down and there is no hope of reconciliation. The wife will submit that it is the husband’s unreasonable behaviors which have led to this. “The husband and the wife are both Pastors. The husband undertakes his work, in the main, in South Africa and Nigeria. Th ...
CHIEF AGBOMOLA NATIVE DOCTOR THE OBA ISEGUN GENERAL OF NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL HERBALIST IJEBU LAND (N.A.M.H) NIGERIA.who is 85 years old. He got the skill and art as an inheritance from his father, Late Chief OSUNSEYEYI of Ijebu Land in Nigeria.The home has testimonies from across United Kingdom, United States of America, Canada,Australia, Italy, Spain, Holland, Germany, South Africa and locally in Nigeria. FOR EFFECTIVE: Hypertension, Stroke (paralysis), Diabetes, Eyonu Aye, Body Scratches, Impotency, Watery Sperm,Gonorrhea, Awure, STS 1 & 11 infection, Fibroid, Success/ Good Luck, Promotion, Lottery, Delaying of Visa, Staphylococcus,Rheumatism, Infertility,Typhoid Fever, Moving object in the body, Pile *** Protrusion, Bareness, Ulcer& other Health related Diseases. Orunmila the father of oracle is the first man to practice traditional medicine (healing) in Yoruba he was blessed with this knowledge by the GOD & God refer us to part of his world in Genesis chapter 1 verse 11-12 and 29; this led . ...
Pastor Christ Oyakhilome And Wife Anita Divorced:Pastor Chris Speaks On Marriage Crisis - Pastor Chris Oyakilome’s divorce story has left many confused, perturbed and with lorry loads of unanswered questions. It just shows how much this man of God is loved and respected by many. Never did it cross the heart of any that Pastor Chris Oyakhilome and Rev. Anita’s marriage would one day be deliberated in this manner, because it all looked like one funny joke last when the founder of Christ Embassy Church moved to South Africa alone and leaving his wife back in London.Pastor Chris Oyakilome in a meeting held on the 16th of May 2014 with all Christ Embassy Pastors and Deacons in the United Kingdom at Christ Embassy Church Bermondsey in London, allegedly spoke about why the marriage may have headed for the rocks, and his reasons are really alarming. It all makes a lot of sense now that Rev. Anita’s picture was removed from the May 2014 Rhapsody Of Reality. Pastor Chris Oyakhilome stated that his wife is alw ...
I WONDER WHAT THE QUEEN MUST BE THINKING ABOUT,THE HUMANITARIAN SITUATION IN GAZA,IRAQ SYRIA,ISREAL,EGYPT,LEBANON&WEST AFRICA Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary; born 21 April 1926)[a] is the constitutional monarch of 16 of the 53 member states in the Commonwealth of Nations. She is also Head of the Commonwealth and Supreme Governor of the Church of England. Upon her accession on 6 February 1952, Elizabeth became Head of the Commonwealth and queen regnant of seven independent Commonwealth countries: the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Pakistan and Ceylon. Her coronation the following year was the first to be televised. From 1956 to 1992, the number of her realms varied as territories gained independence and some realms became republics. Today, in addition to the first four of the aforementioned countries, Elizabeth is Queen of Jamaica, Barbados, the Bahamas, Grenada, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Belize, Antigua ...
2014 Lorian Hemingway Short Story Competition Winners and Honorable Mentions: This year the Lorian Hemingway Short story Competition received 938 entries from the United States and around the world, including Brazil, Russia, Switzerland, Germany, France, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Ireland, Great Britain, Singapore, Romania, South Africa, Kenya, and many more. We wish we could award an Honorable Mention to each who entrusted their stories to us. Please know that your stories were read with great care and that the memory of them will not fade. Each of you who entered keep the art of fiction alive. And that is no small gift. Our first-place winner will receive an award of $1,500 and publication in Cutthroat: A Journal of the Arts. Second and third-place winners will each receive cash awards of $500. First-Place Winner: Lizzy Welby London, United Kingdom for her story: “The Breakers” Second Place Winner: James Carey Doane Sayville, New York for his story: “The Birth of Revenge” ...
Thankyou to EVERYONE who has recently shared or liked my page. Im working on some larger scale pieces at the moment but Im happy still to discuss/book in commissions of absolutely anything! In the meantime here is a wee list of all the fantastic places you all come from!! Its a bit like the World Cup! Im blown away! Thankyou!! United Kingdom 295 Pakistan 22 United States of America 14 Iran 6 Netherlands 4 Mexico 3 Australia 3 France 3 Indonesia 2 Belgium 2 New Zealand 2 Brazil 2 Latvia 2 Germany 1 Morocco 1 Spain 1 Algeria 1 Ireland 1 India 1 United Arab Emirates 1 Colombia 1 Czech Republic 1 South Africa 1 Italy 1 Serbia 1 Greece 1 Canada 1
Top 10 armies in Afrca: 1. South Africa: South Africa (South Africa has the most powerful army in Africa; it has more harmful weapons than any other country in Africa; it is the only African country that was trying to create the Nuclear weapon but was stopped by the US. The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) this includes: South African Army, South African Navy, South African Air Force and South African Military Health Service. South Africa has recently lower their budge on army from $7.21 billion 2003 to nearly $4 billion 2011. Trained by Israeli, and British, South African solders are more armed and more trained than any other country's soldiers. 2. Egypt: According to recent study, Egypt is considered to be the second most powerful country in Africa. For many years Egypt has been the first strongest country in the continent of Africa. With number of troops exceed that of South Africa, and more suppliers from countries such as United States, Russia, France, China, Italy and United Kingdom, pol ...
Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Wednesday in Abuja disclosed that a total of 1,493,603 candidates will write the second Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) across the country come this Saturday. Registrar and Chief Executive of JAMB, Prof. Dibu Ojerinde while speaking to newsmen in Abuja ahead of the examination, pointed out that 160 Visually Impaired Candidates (VICs) were among the number of those that registered for this year’s UTME. Ojerinde was quick to recall that the figure of candidates seeking admission into tertiary institutions for this will be 117,961 higher than the figure of last year which was 1,375,642 candidates. According to him, the examination will take place simultaneously in 331 examination towns in Nigeria and six other countries which include: Accra In Ghana, Buea in Cameroun, Cotonou in Benin Republic, London in United Kingdom (UK), Jeddah in Saudi Arabia and Johannesburg in South Africa. These 331 examination towns will host 2,872 examination centre ...
This week we launch five new parkrun events. Welcome to Lillydale Lake and Stones Corner parkruns in Australia, Lonehill parkrun in South Africa and Hartlepool and Royal Tunbridge Wells parkruns in the United Kingdom. Good Luck to all the volunteers. Thanks for your help in smashing our previous weekly attendance record last week - now just over 72,000 performances.
Dear friends, Tomorrow is April 24th, and we are not working here in Armenia, because we are paying respect for the 99th time to the 1915 Armenian Genocide committed by Ottoman Turks. On April 25 we are going to transfer $15,148.11 to our brothers and sisters from Kessab, Syria, to help them pay for shelter, food and medical aid, while being trapped in violence and war. This is happening because of friends from Armenia, United States, Russia, South Africa, Czech Republic, Cyprus, United Kingdom, Lebanon and other countries made generous contributions. THANK YOU ALL! This is happening because And failed big time. This initiative is going on. Please don't stop. We have to
Sweet memories to remember holding the post as President of International Student Council, COISA 2011 - 2012, Colorado State University. Leading a Council meeting in every Friday with others committee member from all around the world, Mexico, South Africa, China, South Korean, USA, United Kingdom, Euthopia, India and Japan. Thank you CSU International Office and Jenn Christ for this valuable opportunity and Syukur to ALLAH!
NEWS / SPORTS Larne man Jonathan Turner completed the 56-mile Glasgow to Edinburgh Ultra Marathon earlier this month. It was the sixth year of the event which attracted 200 runners from across the United Kingdom, USA and South Africa. Jonathan finished 110th of 200 runners - 31 of which did not go the distance at the April 4 event Larne Larnenow
Zimbabwe celebrates its independence from the United Kingdom [1980 April 18]. Zimbabwe, officially the Republic of Zimbabwe, is a landlocked country located in Southern Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers. It is bordered by South Africa to the south, Botswana to the southwest, Zambia to the northwest and Mozambique to the east. The capital is Harare. Zimbabwe achieved de jure sovereignty from the United Kingdom in April 1980, following 14 years as an unrecognised state under the conservative white minority government of Rhodesia, which unilaterally declared independence in 1965. Zimbabwe has 16 official languages, with English, Shona and Ndebele being most common. The present territory was first demarcated by Cecil Rhodes' British South Africa Company during the 1890s, becoming a self-governing colony as Southern Rhodesia in 1923. President Robert Mugabe is head of state and commander-in-chief of the armed forces. Renowned as a champion for the anti-colonial cause, Mugabe is also viewed as an a ...
Great News for Qatar QMMF Qatar Motor & Motorcycle Federation TOP LEVEL ACHIEVED BY QATAR Achievement of Excellence in the Officials Safety Training Programme awarded to Qatari ASN The Qatar Motor and Motorcycle Federation (QMMF) has been awarded the top level of accreditation in the FIA Institute's Officials Safety Training programme. Following a thorough review process, the QMMF gained the Achievement of Excellence level and will now become a Regional Training Provider (RTP) for officials. When it does so it will be the ninth National Sporting Authority (ASN) to become an RTP for officials' training, joining the ASNs of Australia, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Spain, South Africa, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom. Nasser Khalifa Al-Attiyah, QMMF President, said: "As an ASN, we have encouraged the highest standards of marshalling in our own country and we look forward to helping other ASNs to achieve this in the Middle East region and beyond." Gerard Saillant, FIA Institute President, added: "It is fant ...
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Media and police are already lining up outside the Western Cape High Court awaiting the arrival of murder-accued Shrien Dewani who flew in, reportedly in private jet, from the United Kingdom on Tuesday morning. Dewani’s arrival in South Africa comes after a long extradition battle on grounds of Dewani’s mental health problems. Dewani’s legal team also raised questions of whether the UK citizen would get a fair trial in South Africa. Dewani stands accused of orchestrating the muder of his wife, Anni Dewani, while the couple were on honeymoon in Cape Town. He allegedly paid a South African man to kill his wife. The two were hijacked in a Cape Town informal settlement, Gugulethu, in November 2012. Dewani was released unharmed but his wife’s body was found shot dead in the abandoned car the following day. Three men have since been arrested and convicted for the murder.
This is quite funny. Lawmakers in the United Kingdom have been banned from keeping a mouse-catching cat in parliament over fears it would get fat on leftovers. A local dog pound, The Battersea Dogs and Cats Home offered to send a cat to the Palace of Westminster, which is infested with rodents but this gesture was declined, arguing that these cats would be so overfed leftovers by pet-friendly MPs, becoming too fat to do their job. The House of Commons also advances, in support of their rigid stance, the argument that a cat would be at risk if allowed to "ply its trade" there as there are 1748 poisonous bait stations used across the parliamentary estate to control the ever increasing pest population. The House also cannot vouch for the safety of a cat (if allowed) or that such would be properly looked after. Interestingly, there were 221 mouse sightings in the British Parliament in 2013, slightly down from 254 in 2012. The cost of pest control in 2012-2013 was more that 73 000 Pound Sterling (R1.2 Million) ...
South African born Sir David King, the United Kingdom's special Representative on Climate Change, was recently in South Africa, to highlight the benefits of a low carbon economy to government, business, unions and civil society. His visit was regarded as an important opportunity to strengthen relations between the UK and South Africa on climate negotiations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Sir David, was born in the port city of Durban in 1963 and left South Africa in the early 1960s, where-after he worked at London's Imperial College. . He has published over 500 papers on science and policy, for which he has received numerous awards, and holds 22 Honorary Degrees from universities around the world. Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1991, a Foreign Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2002 and knighted in 2003, Sir David was also made an Officer of the French Legion d’Honneur’ in 2009, for work which has contributed to responding to the climate ...
Telugu is mainly spoken in the state of Andhra Pradesh and Yanam district of Puducherry as well as in the neighboring states of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, some parts of Jharkhand and the Kharagpur region of West Bengal in India. It is also spoken in the United States, where the Telugu diaspora numbers more than 800,000, with the highest concentration in Central New Jersey and Silicon Valley; as well as in Australia, New Zealand, Bahrain, Canada, Fiji, Malaysia, Singapore, Mauritius, Ireland, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, as well as other Western European countries, where there is also a considerable Telugu diaspora. At 7.2% of the population, Telugu is the third-most-spoken language in the Indian subcontinent after Hindi and Bengali. In Karnataka, 7.0% of the population speak Telugu, and in Tamil Nadu, where it commonly known as Telungu, 5.6%
We have arrived back home in our most beautiful country of South Africa! Our 9 week concert tour of the USA was wonderful & we met many old friends, made many new friends & even won a Grammy Award! We thank our American friends so very much for their immense support. Now is time to be with family, perform a few concerts in South Africa & get ready to go to the United Kingdom in July & August. We even have a concert in Molde, Norway on July 14. Then we'll be in England preparing for our Zulu Ballet "Inala" which will premiere in Edinburgh, Scotland August 10-12. Before that we have concerts in Sheffield July 20, Cambridge August 3, Edinburgh August 9 and a still to be announced concert in England on August 2. Beyond that we will have more dates in the UK for September & October & a return to the USA in October where we will perform two concerts at NYC's Carnegie Hall (Oct 18-19) as well as in other cities (TBA). We'll even spend some time working on new recordings including a CD from our Zulu Ballet "Inal ...
'A Few Good Men': Joe Slovo (23 May 1926 – 6 January 1995, full name Yossel Mashel Slovo) was a South African politician, an opponent of the apartheid system. He was a long-time leader of the South African Communist Party (SACP), a leading member of the African National Congress (ANC), and a commander of the ANC's military wing Umkhonto we Sizwe.A white South African citizen of Jewish Lithuanian family, Slovo was a delegate to the multiracial Congress of the People of June 1955 which drew up the Freedom Charter. He was imprisoned for six months in 1960, and emerged as a leader of Umkhonto we Sizwe the following year. He lived in exile from 1963 to 1990, conducting operations against the apartheid régime from the United Kingdom, Angola, Mozambique and Zambia. In 1990 he returned to South Africa, and took part in the negotiations which ended apartheid. After the elections of 1994, he become Minister for Housing in Nelson Mandela's government. He died of cancer in 1995. Slovo was born in Obeliai, Lithuani ...
Same-sex marriage (also known as *** marriage) is marriage between two people of the same biological sex and/or gender identity. Legal recognition of same-sex marriage or the possibility to perform a same-sex marriage is sometimes referred to as marriage equality or equal marriage, particularly by supporters.[1][2][3][4][5] The legalization of same-sex marriage is characterized as "redefining marriage" by many opponents.[6][7][8] The first laws in modern times enabling same-sex marriage were enacted during the first decade of the 21st century. As of 19 August 2013, fifteen countries (Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark,[nb 1] France, Iceland, Netherlands,[nb 2] New Zealand,[nb 3] Norway, Portugal, Spain, South Africa, Sweden, Uruguay) and several sub-national jurisdictions (parts of Mexico and the United States) allow same-sex couples to marry. A law has been passed by the Westminster Parliament in the United Kingdom, effective in England and Wales, which will be fully in force on 29 March 2014.[9 ...
Hungry for disaster Rowan Philp “PEOPLE don’t want to hear this,” American legal giant Alan Dershowitz said on CNN last week, “but South Africa is a failed country.” He’s wrong—actually, people do want to hear this. At least, millions of media consumers in the United Kingdom and the United States do. As a journalist, the only work-related calls I get from my colleagues overseas are these: “Hey, do you know anyone who can tell us about that South African car that shoots flames at hijackers?”, and “We’ve heard land is to be confiscated from whites in South Africa, just like Zimbabwe—do you have any contacts who will speak about this disaster?” In the media tent in Qunu ahead of Nelson Mandela’s funeral, I told half a dozen foreign journalists stories like these: American researchers have found that, since 2003, South Africa has recorded the fastest rise in life expectancy in modern history, largely as a result of the belated HIV drug roll-out; that a black student at UKZN has inv ...
Mujib v Gandhi and Jinnah – A reflective analysis Barrister Nazir Ahmed Mahatma Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (hereinafter “Gandhi”) is, no doubt, an undisputed leader of India. He is one of the main architects of India’s independence from the British rule. He was educated in the United Kingdom (called to the English Bar by the Honourable Society of Inner Temple), subsequently lived in South Africa and then returned to his own country, India. He successfully led peaceful and non-violent movements in the then greater India. He is, in fact, known throughout the world for his non-violent movements and hunger strikes. Gandhi is well respected in India. Whoever comes to office in India, Gandhi is given due and the utmost respect. His photo and portrait are put in the same place, no matter which party comes to office. Gandhi's birthday, 2 October, is a national holiday in India, Gandhi Jayanti. Gandhi's image also appears on paper currency of all denominations issued by Reserve Bank of India, exce ...
[New Delhi] Efforts at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, to create an open access repository for research papers have resulted in recognition this month (1 January) from the Electronic Publishing Trust (EPT) for Development in the United Kingdom. Francis Jayakanth, who manages the IISc’s National Centre for Science Information (NCSI), claimed the first international award instituted by EPT for individuals working in developing countries who have helped advance open access and the free exchange of research findings. Runners-up for the award were Ina Smith from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, Tatyana Zayseva from Khazar University, Azerbaijan, and Xiaolin Zang of the National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Science. EPT described Jayakanth as "a renaissance man of open access." He was instrumental in creating IISc’s institutional repository (IR) of open access research papers and providing Technical Support for establishing IRs and open access journals in India. Jayaka ...
Secular holidays See also: International observance Many other days are marked to celebrate events or people, around the world, but are not strictly holidays as time off work is rarely given. Valentine's Day (14 February) International Women's Day (8 March, particularly in former Soviet bloc countries and mainland China) International Men's Day (19 November in Canada, Australia, India, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom, Singapore, South Africa and Malta) Labour Day, Worker's Day or May Day (1 May in most countries. The United States and Canada both celebrate on the first Monday in September) Mother's Day (date varies widely, e.g. second Sunday in May in parts of North America, 10 May in Mexico; in the UK it is on the fourth Sunday in Lent and has an Anglican origin) Father's Day International Day of Peace (21 September, decided by the fifty-fifth session of the General Assembly of the United Nations) Halloween (31 October)
are more optimistic about future on the world stage than its own citizens, according to a global survey on the country’s image. About 17 percent of foreigners who took part in the survey believe China could become the No. 1 global power while only 13 percent of Chinese think so. The online survey, which drew responses from 3,017 citizens in seven countries — the United States, the United Kingdom, India, South Africa, Russia, Brazil and China — was conducted by the Center for International Communication Studies of China Foreign Languages Publishing Administration, the Charhar Institute, and Millward Brown. To read more, click the link below:
Ghanaian women being forced into prostitution in Middle Eastern countries Source: The Finder Date: 19-02-2014 Time: 06:02:13:am The United States government says Ghanaian women are being forced into prostitution and forced labour in foreign countries, particularly in the Middle East. According to the US State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report 2013, Ghanaian women migrating to the Middle East to work are forced into prostitution upon their arrival. The report attributed the phenomenon to the, emergence of fraudulent recruitment agencies that advertised locally for jobs abroad, generally in the domestic service and retail sectors. “Ghanaian women and children are recruited and transported to Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, The Gambia, South Africa, Israel, Syria, Lebanon, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Russia, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, and the United States for forced labour and prostitution,” it said. The report also revealed that women and girls voluntari ...
Eminent Domain (United States, the Philippines), compulsory purchase (United Kingdom, New Zealand, Ireland), resumption (Hong Kong), resumption/compulsory acquisition (Australia), or expropriation (South Africa, Canada) is the power to take private property for public use by a state or national gove...
"Desert Wind Faith Films is thrilled to make the first - of a series of announcements in the coming weeks – regarding our faith based feature film "Brother's Keeper". We have now finalized an agreement with Mission Pictures International, a foreign sales, finance, and distribution company that specializes in high quality family and faith based entertainment, for mainstream audiences worldwide. Headquartered in Los Angeles, (MPI) annually exhibits at the following Film and TV Markets: NATPE, Berlin, DISCOP, AFM, Cannes, and will be screening "Brother's Keeper" in front of 150+ foreign buyers at MIP-TV in Cannes, France this April 7th-10th. We have secured our partner who will help us share this message of forgiveness in territories worldwide, and will ensure that our film is viewed in major markets such as: Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Australia, Japan, South Africa, United Kingdom, as well as Secondary Markets like: Latin America including Brazil, Czech Republic, Far East Channels, Indonesia, Kor ...
Hidden values of Celebration Events Easter Sunday, Fathers Day and Boxing Day Every day of year is related with some value close to it. The day is observed for any specific occasion according to its related incident that occurs on the same day or other prospective. As every people want to celebrate few days with some values so they celebrate the day according to their choice. On 26 December of every year, commonwealth countries like Australia Canada, New Zealand, and United Kingdom observed Boxing Day. It is a public holiday and called as a Day of Goodwill by people of South Africa. Ireland observed the day as Saint Stephen’s day and called it as a day of the wren. The day of boxing originated from the word box. On the day after Christmas people open the Christmas box. Basically in church, the church fund box opens for giving alms to needy. The funds placed in box are shared among poor people in the society. Some people save their earning in any wooden or other material boxes throughout the year and op ...
the EL NINO effect or Southern Oscillation is upon us indeed. EL NINO is a situation whereby the temperature of sea water rises sharply off the coast of Chile and Peru around August or September. whenever that happens the subsequent weather in the period November to March becomes hazardous. As i am writing now weather is playing havoc in Zimbabwe( 70% of the country is now experiencing floods), South Africa(floods also), Australia( dry weather and natural fires are killing many and destroying property) and the United Kingdom ( floods are now on the doorstep of London)
Kasrils worked with Yusuf Dadoo, Joe Slovo and Jack Hodgson and they formed a special committee (1966–76) to develop underground activities in South Africa from the United Kingdom. During this time he trained various people including Raymond Suttner, Jeremy Cronin, Ahmed Timol, Alex Moumbaris, Tim Jenkins and Dave and Sue Rabkin, with the aim of establishing underground propaganda units in South Africa. He served the ANC and was based in London, Luanda, Maputo, Swaziland, Botswana and Lusaka. Kasrils eventually became a member of MK's High Command and was appointed as Chief of MK Intelligence in 1983.
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In the United Kingdom, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and other areas whose cultures were recently linked to the UK, the title Doctor generally applies in both the academic field, for those who hold doctoral-level research degrees, and the clinical field, for those who hold medical degrees and/or related professional doctorates." Registered medical practitioners" hold the degree of Bachelor of Medicine (usually also with surgery). Though they are holders of bachelor-level degrees, history has allowed the use of the title doctor by physicians, however, it is recognised that it is in essence an honorary or courtesy title.[4] Cultural conventions exist, clinicians who are or Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons are an exception. As a homage to their predecessors, the barber surgeons, they prefer to be addressed as Mr, Mrs, Ms or Miss, even if they do hold a medical degree. When a medical doctor passes the examinations which enable them to become a fellow of one or more of the Royal Surgical College ...
As you come to the end of the avenue of ancient olive trees at the entrance to Highland Springs Resort, take a look to your right. There you will have no problem in spotting the bright blooms of the Euryops pectinatus, a.k.a. the yellow daisy bush or golden daisy bush. This shrub originated in South Africa, but the Mediterranean climate we enjoy in our area allows it to thrive here as well. In the United Kingdom, these bushes are grown in the behind-the-scenes Decorative Nursery at Kew Gardens. At Highland Springs Resort, they are visible for all to enjoy both at the entrance to the resort and elsewhere on the property. The golden yellow flowers of this shrub make a cheerful display all year round, but it is best to leave them on the bush and not bring them indoors since their fragrance is far from pleasant and all parts of this plant are poisonous if ingested.
For the past several years we have seen an increase in International orders. Because of that we have increased the number of countries that we will ship to. Also we are now shipping International First Class for better rates. Here is a list of the current countries we will ship to: Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Estonia, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Grenada, Guernsey, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Isle of Man, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jersey, Jordan, Kenya, Korea, Republic of, Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Saint Kitts and Nevis, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tu . ...
Jeanne Smith shared Deep Green Resistance's photo. institute the corporate death penalty. it CAN be done. we created corporations, we can uncreate them. the corporation is just royalty by another name. "In Africa, the San peoples, who, according to their tradition, do not eat while hunting, live around the Kalahari Desert in Southern African and use the steam of a cactus, called Hoodia, to stave off hunger and thirst on long hunting trips. South Africa's Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) began looking for pharmaceutical profit potential in the Hoodia in the early 1960s based on the ethnobotanical knowledge of the San. In 1997 they secured a patent on the appetite-suppressing active substance of the Hoodia, called P57. CSIR licensed the development rights for Hoodia to Phytopharm, a company based in the United Kingdom. Phytopharm later sublicensed to Pfizer, the U.S. pharmaceutical giant, for development of an anti-obesity drug based on P57. While all of this research, patenting, and de ...
Margaret Thatcher Sounds like something Winston Churchill might have come up with! Has a racist tinge.Just enjoy the humor. While visiting the United Kingdom, Winnie Mandela was invited to a Cocktail Party which was also to be attended by Margaret Thatcher. When Winnie saw the ex-Prime Minister on the other side of the room, she barged past everyone, spilling the drinks of several invited guests on the way. Winnie elbowed her way to Maggie, stood brazenly in front of her and declared: "I hear they call you the Iron Lady!" "I have been referred to by that name, yes," replied Maggie, peering down her nose at this impudent upstart. "And whom, may I enquire, do I have the honour of addressing?" asked Maggie icily. "I am the Iron Lady of South Africa!" bragged Winnie, waving her fist in the air. "Oh, yes," replied Maggie dryly. "And for whom do you iron?"
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2013 has passed, and with it, two of my greatest heroes, Nelson Mandela (former president of South Africa) and Margaret Thatcher (former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland)). One was both represented minorities who triumphed against overwhelming odds to become leaders who changed the world. Margaret Thatcher, the first female Prime Minister served 3 consecutive terms in office, helped end the Cold War and bring down the Berlin Wall in Germany with Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev. She also proved a champion for women in political office, and fought a quick and decisive war in the Falklands to defend the islands and it entirely British population from invasion and dictatorial rule under the former Argentinian dictator Leopoldo Galtieri. And Nelson Mandela fought a peaceful fight against racist and oppressive white British rule, and after serving over 30 years of his life in a political prison camp for protesting, he emerged to lead a peaceful resolution ...
Boxing Day is traditionally the day following Christmas Day, when servants and tradesmen would receive gifts, known as a "Christmas box", from their bosses[1] or employers. Today, Boxing Day is the bank holiday that generally takes place on 26 December. It is observed in the United Kingdom, Canada, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Kenya, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago and other Commonwealth nations. So come on down for some fun & beer!
In the United Kingdom, it is traditional for the Premier League (England and Wales), Scottish Premier League (Scotland) and Irish Premier League (Northern Ireland), as well as the lower divisions and rugby leagues, to hold a full programme of football and rugby league matches on Boxing Day. Traditionally, matches on Boxing Day are played against local rivals. This was originally to avoid teams and their fans having to travel a long distance to an away game on the day after Christmas Day. It also makes the day an important one in the sporting calendar. In Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, much anticipated Test matches are played on Boxing Day. Prior to the formation of leagues, a number of important rugby fixtures took place on Boxing Day notably Llanelli v London Welsh and Leicester v The Barbarians.. -Wikipedia
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all the World War Two Veterans that helped in fighting for our freedom and peace we all have enjoy, May God Bless you and your families for eternity as our Generation can never repay you for your gifts that you have given us since World War Two: France, Poland, Belgium,Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Newfoundland and South Africa, United Kingdom,Netherlands,Norway and Yugoslavia,,United States, Soviet Union , Southern Rhodesia,China,Brazil, Czechoslovakia, Ethiopia, Greece, British Raj (India), Mexico, Albania, Korea,Mongolia,Romania, Tannu Tuva,Egypt. Merry Christmas to all and may you spend it with family and Respect that you deserve. We Honor all of you.
Today in Black History - December 18, 1946 Stephen Bantu Biko, anti-apartheid activist, was born in King William’s Town in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. In 1968, Biko helped found the South African Students’ Organization, which evolved into the Black Consciousness Movement, and was elected its first president. In March, 1973, he was banned by the government which meant that he could not give speeches in public and was restricted to certain areas of the country. Despite these restrictions, he and the BCM played a significant role in organizing the protests which culminated in the Soweto Uprising June 16, 1976. On August 21, 1977, Biko was arrested under the Terrorism Act of 1967 and suffered a major head injury while being interrogated by the police. As a result, he died September 12, 1977 at the Pretoria prison. Several universities in the United Kingdom and the main student Union Buildings at the University of Cape Town are named in his honor and each year a commemorative Steve Biko lect ...
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The first RMS Windsor Castle, along with her sister, RMS Arundel Castle, was an ocean liner laid down by the Union-Castle Line for service from the United Kingdom to South Africa. Originally laid down in 1916, their construction was held up by the First World War. They were not completed until 1922.
As agreed to during the negotiations to end apartheid in South Africa, he promulgated a new constitution. He also created the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to investigate past human rights abuses. While continuing the former government's liberal economic policy, his administration also introduced measures to encourage land reform, combat poverty, and expand healthcare services. Internationally, he acted as mediator between Libya and the United Kingdom in the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing trial, and oversaw military intervention in Lesotho. He declined to run for a second term, and was succeeded by his deputy, Thabo Mbeki. Mandela became an elder statesman, focusing on charitable work in combating poverty and HIV/AIDS through the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and is now the most widely used language in the world.[4] It is spoken as a first language by the majority populations of several sovereign states, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and a number of Caribbean nations. It is the third-most-common native language in the world, after Mandarin Chinese and Spanish.[5] It is widely learned as a second language and is an official language of the European Union, many Commonwealth countries and the United Nations, as well as in many world organisations. English arose in the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms of England and what is now southeast Scotland. Following the extensive influence of Great Britain and the United Kingdom from the 17th century to the mid-20th century, through the British Empire,[6][7][8][9] it has been widely propagated around the world, becoming the leading language of international discourse and the lingua franca in ma ...
Fresh from his turn in Lee Daniels’ The Butler, David Oyelowo has been set to star in and produce A United Kingdom, a love story based on the true tale of Seretse Khama and Ruth Williams. The film is backed by UK-based Pathe, which is coming off Philomena and Mandela. They are out to directors and will film next year in London and Botswana. Oyelowo will play Seretse, heir to the African throne of Botswana, who created a sensation in 1948 by engaging in a whirlwind romance in London with Williams, a white English office worker he married. The interracial union was opposed by both their families, as well as the British government, the Tribal elders of Botswana and the apartheid government of South Africa. The couple would not be denied, overcoming huge obstacles to be together, including exile and the abdication of the throne. Their son, Ian Khama, is currently the freely elected president of Botswana. Oyelowo will produce with Rick McCallum, Brunson Green, Justin Moore Lewy and Charlie Mason. They are ou ...
England under Common Law Jurisdictions.  and all other nations under this law. Common Law.   Common Laws is over which countries ? doe it cover. The Common Law constitutes the basis of the legal systems of: England and Wales and Northern Ireland in the UK, Ireland, the law of individual U.S. states (except Louisiana), federal law throughout Canada and the law of the individual provinces and territories (except Quebec), Australia (both federal and individual states), Kenya, New Zealand, South Africa, India, Myanmar, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Brunei, Pakistan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Bahamas, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, St Vincent and the Granadines, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Trinidad and Tobago, and many other generally English-speaking countries or Commonwealth countries (except the UK's Scotland, which is bijuridicial, and Malta). Essentially, every country that was colonised at some time by England, Great Britain, or the United Kingdom uses Common Law except those that we ...
today I am thankful for all of you - I love coming on here are seeing who's new, and what's interested you. We are almost at 700 friends - which is amazing, but what truly blows my mind is how varied we are! Aside from NZ, we are also from (in order) USA, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Mexico, South Africa, Brazil, Egypt, Italy, France, Peru, Singapore, Belgium, Thailand, Japan, Tunisia, Nigeria, Brunei, Tonga, Dominican Republic, Taiwan, Maldives, Croatia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Morocco, Spain, Aruba, Netherlands, Cayman Islands, Hong Kong, Belarus, Puerto Rico, Tanzania, Namibia, Greece, Colombia, Switzerland, Romania and Poland. It gives me hope that we can all do our little bit, in our own corners of the globe to change the future for THE WHOLE WORLD!! How awesome is that?!?! :-D
International Men's Day From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   Jump to: navigation, search International Men's Day Observed by Organizations in Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Australia, Argentina, India, China, United States, Romania, Singapore, Malta, United Kingdom, South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Seychelles, Burundi, Hungary, Ireland, Isle of Man, Ghana, Canada, Denmark, Norway, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ukraine, France, Italy, Pakistan, Grenada, Cuba, Antigua and Barbuda, St. Lucia, St. Kitts and Nevis and Cayman Islands. Type Civil awareness day Men and boys day Anti-sexism day Date 19 November Next time 19 November 2013 (2013-11) Frequency annual Related to Father's Day, Universal Children's Day, International Women's Day International Men's Day (IMD) is an annual international event celebrated on 19 November. Inaugurated in 1999 in Trinidad and Tobago, the day and its events find support from a variety of individuals and groups in Australia, the Caribbean, North America, Asia, ...
Solicitor From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Not to be confused with Solicitor General (disambiguation) or Door-to-door salesperson in American English. A solicitor is a lawyer who traditionally deals with any legal matter including conducting proceedings in court. In the United Kingdom, a few Australian states, Hong Kong, South Africa (where they are called attorneys) and the Republic of Ireland, the legal profession is split between solicitors and barristers (called advocates in some countries), and a lawyer will usually only hold one of the two titles. However, in Canada, New Zealand and most Australian states, the legal profession is now for practical purposes "fused", allowing lawyers to hold the title of "barrister and solicitor" and practise as both. The distinction between barristers and solicitors is, however, retained. Some legal graduates will start off as one and then decide to become the other.[1] Contents [hide] 1 England and Wales 1.1 Regulatory scheme 1.2 Training and qualifications 1. ...
Karatbars Newsletter 15 November 2013 Dear Karatbars Affiliate, From the desk of: Harald Seiz CEO, Founder Karatbars International It has been a very exciting few months in Karatbars and I must express my gratitude for such an amazing group of affiliates around the world. In the past month, I have been honored to join in two Freedom Celebrations both in Europe and North America. I spent 5 days on a glorious cruise with 57 of our outstanding European leaders. The sun, beauty of the ocean and having the opportunity to spend a great deal of quality time with those leaders was invaluable. I also attended the Freedom Celebration in Nashville, Tennessee USA. Nashville was in a word, MAGICAL ! The love and spirit that filled the Opryland Hotel would be hard to express in words. I am so honored and thankful for the leadership and those who commited to being in Nashville for this incredible event. The attendees came from as far as South Africa, Australia, South Korea, Trinidad / Tobago, United Kingdom, Mexico, Phi ...
The revelation that a well-known university in the United Kingdom is selling degrees has far reaching implications for South Africa. A BBC Newsnight investigation found that the American University of London (AUOL) had sold a study-free MBA degree for more than R40 000 with no academic work required. Danie Strydom, CEO of one of the largest qualifications verifications companies in South Africa, QVS, said fraudulent degrees and diplomas were already a problem in the country and that another flood of bogus qualifications would add to the problem significantly. “We have not come across any American University of London degrees during our verification process but that does not mean that they are not being used in South Africa by people who may have acquired senior positions using these fake degrees,” Strydom said.
Current Affairs : 30th October 2013 1. India ranked to the 134th spot in the ease of doing business list according to the annual Doing Business report released on 29 October 2013 by World Bank and International Finance Corporation (IFC). The top ten nations in the Ease of Doing Business ranking are Singapore (1), Hong Kong (2), New Zealand (3), United States (4), Denmark (5), Malaysia (6), Korea (7), Georgia (8), Norway (9) and the United Kingdom (10). Among BRICS grouping, Russia is placed at 92nd spot, Brazil is ranked 116, South Africa is ranked the 41st rank and China ranked at 96th position. India is also ranked lowest among the BRICS nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa). Other neighbouring nations of India Nepal (105), Pakistan (110) and Bangladesh (130) are also ranked above India. 2. The Union Cabinet on 30 October 2013 approved certain amendments to the Food Security Bill that includes extension of the deadline to implement the law from six months to one year. 3. The Finance Mi ...
HOW THE RICH LIVE IT UP Money does not just ‘talk’, as it is said in local parlance in Nigeria, it actually shouts, especially in the lives and lifestyles of those who have it in abundance By ADEJUWON SOYINKA It was 10 o’clock on a Monday morning. And expectedly, all over its 310 networked branches across the 36 states of the federation, a branch in the United Kingdom, representative office in South Africa and six other subsidiary companies, over 1,800 employees of the First City Group, owners of the First City Monument Bank, FCMB, were busy literally sweating it out in fully air conditioned offices. While at it, Subomi Balogun, the 79-year-old founder of the group, who is also fondly described as the grandmaster of the Nigerian banking and financial services sector, was also busy playing a piano in the expansive living room of his palatial white house in Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, his hometown. Standing next to him was a music instructor dressed in a white uniform with the FCMB imprint clearly written ...
Indian people or Indians are people who are citizens of India, which forms a major part of South Asia, containing 17.31% of the world's population. The Indian nationality consists of many regional ethno-linguistic groups, reflecting the rich and complex history of India. India, in its current boundaries, was formed out of a number of predecessors. Because he thought he had found a sea route to India instead of discovering the Americas, Christopher Columbus was mistaken when he thought Native Americans were Indians. Populations with Indian ancestry, as a result of emigration, are somewhat ubiquitous, most notably in Southeast Asia, South Africa, Australia, United Kingdom, Middle East and North America. Population estimates vary from a conservative 12 million to 20 million diaspora Genetics Basu et al. (2006) emphasize that the combined results from mtDNA, Y-chromosome and autosomal markers suggest that "(1) there is an underlying unity of female lineages in India, indicating that the initial number of fema ...
On Thursday 19th September, 28 Greenpeace International activists and two freelance photojournalists were arrested under armed guard off the Russian coast after a peaceful protest against Arctic oil drilling. Peaceful activism is vital when governments fail to respond to catastrophic Climate Change. This Saturday October 5th, thousands of people across the world will join a global day of solidarity for the Arctic 30. Find and join your city in Canada, United States, Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, South Africa, Senegal, Israel, Turkey, Greece, Bulgaria, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Hungary, Austria, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Japan, South Korea, China, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Australia or New Zealand is calling on everyone who knows it’s time to take action on Climate Change to stand with our brave friends this Saturday. Join!
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Hollywood, CA (September 20, 2013) – This year the Hollywood Black Film Festival (HBFF) has integrated a new sidebar, Film Diaspora, into its programming slate.  Film Diaspora will showcase independent films and filmmakers from the African Diaspora.  The sidebar will screen 11am-9pm at the Ricardo Montalban Theatre, 1618 Vine Street, Hollywood, CA.  The Hollywood Black Film Festival runs October 2-6 in Hollywood, CA.   Andrea Meshel, the programmer for this year’s Film Diaspora, is hoping to create an awareness of stories being told by filmmakers outside of the United States.  “Film Diaspora is proud to present a vast array of cinematic voices from the African Diaspora.” says Meshel.   The Film Diaspora lineup will showcase 11 films -- three features, six shorts, and two documentaries from 8 countries -- Nigeria, Haiti, Cameroon, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Madagascar, Burkina Faso and South Africa   FEATURES Flower Girl (Nigeria)  Writer: Jigi Bello, Director: Michelle Bello   Malagasy ...
B.O.O.T. Chapter One, third segment, Tony Boots Nineteen ten was an interesting year. In February Boutrous Ghali, the first native-born Prime Minister of Egypt was assassinated. March saw an uprising against Ottoman rule break out in Albania. Halley's Comet was visible in the April night's sky. Edward VII of the United Kingdom died and his son, George V, began the process of ascending to the throne. The earth passed through the tail of Comet Halley and the Union of South Africa was created. As eventful as May had been, June was the antithesis. On Independence Day, the great African American boxer and sportsman, Jack Johnson defeated James J. Jeffries in a heavyweight match sparking race riots across the United States. Anthony Leopold Trapani, Junior, was born August twelfth. The apartment at 2143 Amsterdam Avenue had two bedrooms and Anthony Jr. slept first in a crib by his parents' bed and later in a folding bed in the dining room when his younger sister forced him out of the crib and off the teat as wel ...
18 September, 1992 - Mass funeral for the victims of Bisho massacre More than 70 000 angry mourners gathered at King William's Town, to pay their respects to the victims of the Bisho Massacre, who were shot to death by the Ciskei Defence Force troops on 7 September 1992. Many who gathered wanted to hear the speeches from leading African National Congress (ANC) and South African Communist Party members such as Walter Sisulu, Chris Hani and other leading members of these two organisations. Sisulu told mourners that no part of South Africa should be a no-go area and this included the 'Homelands'. He said that the ANC holds F. W. de Klerk's government responsible for creating the homelands, and for providing them with financial, security and political support that had failed to stop Oupa Gqozo, 'homeland' leader, from committing such a horrendous act against mankind. This sentiment was echoed by the US Department of State, the Commonwealth and United Kingdom. Chris Hani called for revenge and that Gqozo shoul ...
16 September is the 259th day of the year (260th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 106 days remaining until the end of the year. On this day in the year: 307 – Emperor Severus II is captured and imprisoned at Tres Tabernae. He is later executed (or forced to commit suicide) after Galerius unsuccessfully invades Italy. 1400 – Owain Glyndŵr is declared Prince of Wales by his followers. 1620 – The Mayflower starts her voyage to North America 1701 – James Francis Edward Stuart, sometimes called the "Old Pretender", becomes the Jacobite claimant to the thrones of England and Scotland. 1776 – American Revolutionary War: the Battle of Harlem Heights is fought. 1795 – The first occupation by United Kingdom of Cape Colony, South Africa with the Battle of Hout Bay, after successive victories at the Battle of Muizenberg and Wynberg, after William V requested protection against revolutionary France's occupation of the Netherlands. 1810 – With the Grito de Dolores, Father Miguel Hidalg ...
Estimated net worth: $10 million – $15 million Nigeria’s most controversial clergyman is also one of its richest and most philanthropic. T.B Joshua heads the Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN), a congregation he founded in 1987, which accommodates over 15,000 worshippers on Sundays. The Pastor has remained controversial for several years for his inexplicable powers to heal all sorts of incurable diseases, including HIV/AIDS, cancer and paralysis. For miracle-craving worshippers, it’s the perfect seduction. The church currently has branches in Ghana, the United Kingdom, South Africa, and Greece. In the past three years, he has given over $20 million to causes in education, healthcare and rehabilitation programs for former Niger Delta militants. He owns Emmanuel TV, a Christian television network, and is close friends with Ghanaian President Atta Mills. Matthew Ashimolowo Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) Estimated net worth: $6 million – $10 million In 1992, Foursquare Gospel Chur ...
The Queensland Air Museum has secured the remains of an iconic Australian airliner, BCPA Douglas DC-6 VH-PBG. The aircraft has been donated to QAM by Lanseria International Airport, where it is located on the fire dump there. We are now faced with the daunting prospect of returning it from South Africa to Australia. We feel it is important to attempt this task as no examples of this once great airliner exist in Australia and to also commemorate British Commonwealth Pacific Airlines (BCPA). BCPA was a short lived airline established in 1946 with the shareholders being the governments of Australia (50%), New Zealand (30%) and the United Kingdom (20%). It operated trans-Pacific services from Australia and New Zealand to San Francisco firstly with DC-4s before moving to DC-6s. BCPA was wound up in 1954 with Qantas taking over the services. If you feel you might be able to assist in the recovery in some way, please contact the museum by sending an email to dc-6 You can read more about the aircraft and the airl ...
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A pyramid scheme is a non-sustainable business model that involves promising participants payment or services, primarily for enrolling other people into the scheme, rather than supplying any real investment or sale of products or services to the public.[1][2] Various forms of pyramid schemes are illegal in many countries including Albania, Australia,[3][4] Austria,[5] Brazil, Canada, China,[6] Colombia,[7] Denmark, the Dominican Republic,[8] Estonia,[9] France, Germany, Hong Kong,[10] Hungary, Iceland, Iran,[11] Italy,[12] Japan,[13] Malaysia, Mexico, Nepal, the Netherlands,[14] New Zealand,[15] Norway,[16] the Philippines,[17] Poland, Portugal, Romania,[18] Russian Federation, South Africa,[19] Spain, Sri Lanka,[20] Sweden,[21] Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand,[22] Turkey,[23] the United Kingdom, and the United States.[24] These types of schemes have existed for at least a century, some with variations to hide their true nature, and because of this, many people believe that all multilevel marketing plans ar ...
For those who thought soccer was the only thing that could fly the flag of Ghana high were totally startled when news of the sensational international performance by gospel artiste E-Rock began to make waves.   E-Rock, a young fast-rising Ghanaian gospel singer performed to an audience of over 20,000 at the Loveworld Convocation Arena in Lagos, Nigeria. The gospel crooner performed his yet-to-be released song “Necessity” at the annual global service of Christ Embassy Church. The service was the closing ceremony of the 4-day International Leaders’ Conference which was broadcast to millions of people at various viewing centers in over 100 countries worldwide.   The singer spotting a catchy turquoise jacket, exhibited maturity and serenaded the audience with a touching ministration. He had a warm reception which attracted a thunderous applause and a standing ovation. With a crème de la crème of gospel music ministers from countries like the United Kingdom, South Africa, and Canada etc, E-Rock minis ...
2dy's mini topic (05H40-05H58): Lesotho's Ministry of Home Affairs will launch the country's first electronic National Identity Register and Identity Card System next month. Lesotho's porous identity document system and easily-forged documents have caused the country several relationship problems with other countries, including the United Kingdom and South Africa. The Director of the National Identity Register, Tumelo Raboletse, says the new system will ensure that credible data on residents is kept to assist service delivery and security. Raboletse says the new identity card will have security features meeting international standards.
If Nelson Mandela Were Mr. Kwame Nkrumah:: He would , ,still be holding on to power in South Africa, married to a non-South African woman, built stadia in other African countries with SA cash and would have severed all links with the United Kingdom, with new dealz from dry economies like Vietnam and Cuba. Ghana would be a Better Place with a freedom fighter like Nelson Mandela who would not have been obsessed with power to throw our monies acrosz the continent of Africa in the name of total liberation and marriage contractx with nothing to show for it. Nkrumah at a point was the President of Ghana and the Vice President at the same time. He also acted az the interior, defence and Foreign Affairs ministers at the same time, after wasting the lives of four out of the 'big six' of which he was imported and supportex to political stardom. Greedy politicians, whether greedy for power, money or for angelic praise, alwayz end up in the ditch. Mr. Politician Beware.
Nissan is all set to bring back the Datsun brand after 32 years to markets like India, Russia, Indonesia and South Africa. The world premiere of the new Datsun nameplate will be at the Kingdom of Dreams in New Delhi on July 15. Carlos Ghosn, global CEO of Renault-Nissan, is expected to unveil the first Datsun model, which will be a five-door hatchback in the sub-Rs-four-lakh category. Nissan is banking heavily on the Datsun brand, which is targeted at the budget end of the market where there are huge volumes. The Japanese company expects to sell around 1,50,000 to 2,00,000 Datsun-badged cars in India every year. The new brand hopes to use a blend of affordability and aspiration to hook the vast Indian middle-class into buying Datsun cars. “India is a tough market and it’s not going to be a picnic for us, but we believe Datsun can crack it with modernity and a superior product.” said Vincent Cobee, corporate Vice President, Datsun Business Unit. As you can see from the teaser image, styling is going ...
Misbah slams Pakistan batsmen after latest defeat Birmingham, United Kingdom , June 10 Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq turned on his "totally lost" top order after another poor display with the bat left his side struggling to qualify for the Champions Trophy semi-finals. Pursuing, in Misbah's words, "a gettable" target of 235 against South Africa, Pakistan collapsed to 167 all out during a 67-run defeat in a day/night clash at Edgbaston on Monday (June 10). This followed their slump to 170 all out in an opening two-wicket Group B loss to the West Indies at The Oval last week. Now even victory over arch- rivals India at Edgbaston on Saturday may not be enough to take Pakistan through to the last four. The 39-year-old Misbah made a career-best 96 not out against the West Indies and was again Pakistan's top-scorer on Monday with 55. Nasir Jamshed followed up his 50 at The Oval with 42 at Edgbaston but Imran Farhat, Mohammad Hafeez and Shoaib Malik again all fell for single figure scores. And bringing in Umar ...
Sri Lanka spinner Muttiah Muralitharan, true to form, holds the greatest economy rate in a single match (qualifier: 30 deliveries). His 10 miserly overs churned out against the West Indies in Nairobi in 200 conceded a mere nine runs - for an entirely cheap aggregate of 0.90. Six years later, the Windies were bogged down by another Sri Lankan in seamer Chaminda Vaas - and his six-over economy rate of just 1.00. West Indian Chris Gayle, South Africa's Herschelle Gibbs and India's Sourav Ganguly boast the most centuries, with three each. Gibbs has the better ratio, scoring his tons in three games less than Ganguly and four fewer than Gayle. Australia's Shane Watson, meanwhile, will have the opportunity to draw level - and perhaps go one better - on the back of 2009's twin tons. Watson, however, has also accrued the unwelcome record of most tournament ducks. His four will remain unrivalled, unless captain Dwayne Bravo bags a couple during the West Indies' Group B campaign in the United Kingdom. Former Sri Lan ...
GOD SAYS ' THE WORLD SHALL KNOW ME VIA YOU' These words were said a long time ago before some of the GRM members had been born. It was before some had joined GutaRaMwari.. They are almost as old as the words about building dams when its raining. But since they are God's words they do not expire or become old fashioned or become meaningless. They are still as meaningful as the day they were uttered. BELOW IS A LIST OF GRM News online Active and non active subscribers and their areas of current residence. Countries 1,632 Zimbabwe 1,320 South Africa 294 United Kingdom 239 Botswana 83 Australia 38 Canada 31 United States of America 13 Swaziland 13 Namibia 10 Malawi 9 Ireland 8 Nigeria 6 Kenya 5 Zambia 5 United Arab Emirates 5 Belgium 4 New Zealand 3 Congo, Democratic Republic 3 Indonesia 3 Algeria Cities 809 Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa 700 Bulawayo, Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe 518 Harare, Mashonaland East, Zimbabwe 151 Gaborone, South-East, Botswana 82 Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa 72 London, Engl ...
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South Africa seek redemption after loss Cardiff, United Kingdom , June 06 South Africa face a tough task to put their Champions Trophy campaign back on track after being laid low by injuries and a demoralising defeat to India. The Proteas hopes of winning the tournament slipped when they crashed by 26 runs against Mahendra Singh Dhoni's world champions in a high-scoring opener in Cardiff on Thursday (June6). AB de Villiers men must now defeat Pakistan in Birmingham on Monday to keep their hopes alive of taking one of the two semi-final spots from group B, which also features the West Indies. Victory will depend largely on how quickly their two strike fast bowlers, the fearsome Dale Steynand Morne Morkel, recover from injuries. Steyn did not play against India due to a side strain suffered during a warm-up match against Pakistan earlier this week, while Morkel limped of with a leg injury while bowling his seventh over on Thursday. Neither of the key bowlers is a certain starter against Pakistan, who alread ...
The British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr Andrey Pock, has said that his home government has promised to throw its weight behind Nigeria's bid for a permanent seat at the United Nations Security Council, adding that the United Kingdom is backing Nigeria ahead of South Africa and Ghana. He dropped the hint in Minna on Wednesday when he paid a courtesy visit on the Niger State governor, Dr Muazu Babangida Aliyu. He further said that the decision of the British government to support the country was due to the fact that Nigeria had been a stabilising force in the West African sub region. Mr Pock also said that the British government is throwing its weight behind Nigeria because the country had been contributing to peace keeping operations not only in Africa but the world. According to him, "Nigeria is important to England, Britain sees Nigeria as a regional and international force. Britain will work with Nigeria on major foreign policy issues." The envoy, however, challenged governments in Nigeria to take ...
Thanks to The Zimbabwean Newspaper publisher who has noted my potential to reform my party and bring democracy to my country. They gave me a weekly column starting from tomorrow it will appear in their paper every Thursday where we Jukwalise evil people in our country. I urge you all out there to buy the paper in numbers every week. It’s sold in here at home, South Africa, Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho, Zambia, United Kingdom and USA among other countries. In our debut column you will see who is responsible for Border Gezi’s death, why and how he died, Movern Mahachi’s death, Elliot Manyika’s death and his next targets. For more information make sure you grab your own copy of The Zimbabwean Newspaper in the countries mentioned above. Don’t miss out as more is coming your own way. Make sure you don’t miss this column as we will be unpacking skeletons in the cupboard. The price of this paper is $US1 and R6. Meanwhile, let me give you an update on Monash University where evil soldier, Captain Hlen ...
About five days ago I arrived in Helsinki, Finland. I touched down with Norwegian Airlines, having boarded at Gatwick Airport in the United Kingdom. It took me a sun-swept moment to realise that it had been almost six months since I had left South Africa to pursue further education abroad. I missed home, without knowing where I could find it, or how I wanted to do so. In a video promoting Sally Williams Fine Honey Nougat, a v/o narrator boasts that her goods can be found "as far afield as Helsinki". Some South Africans will recognise the Sally Williams label for her range of confectionery, including the waxy-papered nougat bars. Sally Williams had made it to Sydney, Paris, New York, London, Helsinki...She had made it in these splendorous global cities. And there I was, baking in the sun of one of the cosmopolitan dreamworlds. I have been lucky to have travelled fairly extensively in the last five years especially. My journeys have taken me to São Paulo, Hong Kong, Sharm el-Sheikh, and to various Europe ...
World Bank Finds 60 Carbon Pricing Systems Worldwide - In Place or in Development Some Highlights From the Article: This wide-ranging assessment comes from no less an authority than the World Bank, which announced their findings this week in a new report "Mapping Carbon Pricing Initiatives: Developments and Prospects." Bank report highlights cap and trade systems in the EU, California, Kazakhstan, New Zealand, Quebec, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, and regional markets in Japan, as well as South Korea's developing system. In addition, CARBON TAXES are cited in: Australia, British Columbia, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Norway, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Even more promising, the Bank's report does not fully consider China's fledgling system, which has begun pilot programs in major cities and will roll out nationally in 2020 Here's the full article, as a link and then as text: Bank Finds 60 Carbon Pricing Systems In Place Or In Development May 31, 2013 - by Silvio Marc ...
Breaking down SA's bowling unit By Zaahier Adams Cape Town – The last time the Proteas competed in a major ICC 50-overs tournament, the bowlers took all 10 opposition wickets in every one of the six World Cup group matches in 2011. In the seventh match, they took eight, and lost. Can the blame then be laid at the bowlers’ door for South Africa’s shock quarter-final exit at cricket’s showpiece event? That would be grossly unfair, especially taking into account that the Proteas crashed to 172 all out in pursuit of a meagre New Zealand total of 221/8. South Africa’s bowling is their main strength, and remains so, especially with the majority of that attack still available two years later for the upcoming Champions Trophy in the United Kingdom. The conditions will, of course, be in complete contrast in Cardiff – where South Africa open the tournament against world champions India next Thursday – than what they encountered in Dhaka, Mumbai, Delhi and Nagpur then. Intense heat and humidity, accomp ...
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Update by Minister Naledi Pandor on the SA-UK VISA REGIME The matter of the visa regime between South Africa and the United Kingdom has received considerable public attention. This arises from the fact the current regime imposed on South Africa by the British authorities has an impact on the large traveller volumes between the two countries. Let me provide some background to this matter – in March 2008 Britain unilaterally imposed visa requirements on South Africans wishing to travel to Great Britain following the outcome of a Visa Waiver Test the British authorities had conducted on countries they deemed to be a high risk from an immigration point of view. Taking into account the concerns raised by the UK government in this regard, the South African government understanding was that the security issues raised by the British authorities related only to holders of ordinary South African passports. However, the British authorities extended the visa regime to holders of diplomatic and official passports. S ...
CORD supporters just like their leaders have no vision or focus. 1. They used to say that Kenya will face sanctions if Uhuruto were elected, it didnt happen. Its time to embrace the peoples government. 2. They used to say that uhuru will never travel abroad since he will be arrested and locked up at the Hague, so far President has travelled to Ethiopia ,United Kingdom and now headed to South Africa for WEC where hewill be with other World Leaders while raila will be busy organising meeting of kiosk owners.HE the President has been invited for a state visit in the Peoples Republic of China later this year. 3. President is popular both at home and diaspora. When kenyatta was meeting Kenyans in the UK, the hall at London Intercontinenta ­l exceeded the maximum people allowed by over 200 people and you could see how people were happy to meet the president. 4. Instead of of CORD making an issue out of President having not had a photo session with David Cameron when they met at the sidelines of the Somali Conf ...
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Guber aspirant slams Fayemi over foreign trips ⁠FELIX NWANERI⁠ ⁠March 20, 2013⁠ ⁠No Comments »⁠ The campaign organisation of Prince Dayo Adeyeye, a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship aspirant in Ekiti State, has described as worrisome, the rate at which Governor Kayode Fayemi has been wasting the state’s resources on frequent trips outside the country. The Prince Adedayo Adeyeye Movement (PAAM), speaking through its Director General, Hon. Bisi Kolawole, alleged that “in the last three weeks alone, Fayemi travelled to South Africa, Belgium, United Kingdom, Ghana and United States of America.” It described the trips as a criminal waste of public fund, adding that it was even more ridiculous that one of the trips was for Fayemi to receive an award from Samsung as the best governor in Africa. Kolawole said: “We are compelled to once again raise an alarm over the criminal waste of Ekiti State fund on needless foreign trips by the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) governor, Dr. Kayo ...
Well today's the day if you live in any of these countries... The Next Day released in... United Kingdom, Croatia, Denmark, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, South Africa, Asia (excluding Japan, Korea and Taiwan) and Latin America (excluding Brazil and Mexico).
GEOFFREY HYLAND / DIRECTOR Geoffrey Hyland is an Associate Professor at the University of Cape Town’s Drama Department. He has directed and taught in South Africa, Canada, the United Kingdom and New Zealand. His work has also been seen in the USA, Ireland, Germany and Peru. He has been nominated for several national and regional awards for acting and especially directing, receiving, amongst others, the Fleur du Cap Award for Young Directors and also the Standard Bank Young Artist Award. He has directed well over 100 theatre productions in his career, including dance, opera and cabaret. Some highlights include Madame de Sade, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Women Beware Women, Opera 5:20, Kissed By Brel, Blood Wedding, as well as Othello, Hamlet, King Lear, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It, All’s Well That Ends Well and Twelfth Night. His work has been described as innovative, compelling and a thoroughly entertaining theatrical experience.
Like I though. The US is not in any theater and gets the least scratches while gaining the most of the chaos. Objective to delete the US 17 trillion debt owed to the world. What will be the sides of world war 3? Answer: Assuming it happens it should look something like this... Side 1: United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Israel, Canada, Poland, Australia, Italy, Denmark, South Korea, Philippines, Japan (only if its neutrality is violated), Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Turkey, Portugal, Georgia, Morocco, New Zealand, Taiwan, Qatar, Bahrain, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Norway, and Iceland vs Side 2: Russia, China, Iran, North Korea, Lebanon, Syria, Pakistan, Burma, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Estonia, Argentina, Latvia, Kyrgyzstan, Cuba, Afghanistan (according to Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Afghanistan would join Pakistan in war), Tajikistan, and Mongolia (I am assuming Mongolia would be forced to aid Russia and China in the war effort) There would probably be les ...
***Court releases Babalakin co-accused's passport for medical trip*** A Lagos High Court in Ikeja, on Tuesday ordered the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to release the travelling documents of Alex Okoh, who is standing trial along with Chairman, Bi-Courtney Highway Services, Dr. Wale Babalakin. The court permitted Okoh to travel to United Kingdom for "review of his medical condition." The order came five days after the presiding judge, Justice Adeniyi Onigbanjo, released Babalakin's passport to enable him to travel to South Africa to seek medical attention. Babalakin and Okoh are facing charges of fraudulently aiding convicted former Delta State Governor James Ibori to transfer N4.7bn to Mauritius between May and December 2006. Before ordering the release of Okoh's passports, Onigbanjo said his application was not "sufficient" to grant his prayer. He, however, acceded to the plea by Okoh's counsel, Mr. Olaniran Obele, who promised to file evidence of his client's prior medical appointment with a ...
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More specifically, Creflo Dollar is the pastor of World Changers Church International of College Park, Georgia. Presumably he chose that name himself, completely free of fear that it would be soon be better known as Money Changers Church International by the 30,000 members who weekly enrich its coffers and make it possible for Creflo to maintain the two jets—one Gulfstream 3 and one Lear—that he uses to shuttle back and forth between Madison Square Garden (where he does a Saturday night service for an audience of 6,000) and Atlanta (where he does a Sunday morning service), not to mention occasional visits to his offices in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Australia and Nigeria. Creflo's wife Taffi Dollar—and here we remind you once again that we are not lapsing into fiction at any point during the creation of this article—Taffi Dollar is responsible for the household budget at the $3 million Dollar mansion in Atlanta, and the more modest $2.44 million Dollar condo overlooking Central Park in Manh ...
MIZINGA MELU APPOINTED AS NBC TANZANIA Managing Director NBC Tanzania has announced the appointment of Mizinga Melu as its new Managing Director, subject to regulatory approval. The appointment is with effect from 20th May, 2013. Mizinga is joining NBC Tanzania from Standard Chartered Bank Zambia where until now she has been Managing Director since 2007. She takes over from Lawrence Mafuru who left the bank in December, 2012. Mizinga has previously served in senior roles at Standard Chartered, including as Global Head of Development Organisations in the United Kingdom where she was responsible for strategy development and implementation as well as Africa Regional Head of Financial Institutions in Kenya and South Africa where she led formulation of Standard Chartered’s FI business strategy in Africa. Prior, she served as Head of Treasury at Standard Chartered Bank Tanzania between 2000 and 2003. Mizinga holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Henley Management College (UK) and is an Associa ...
Media Statement For Immediate Release Wednesday, 27 February 2013 Public Protector reiterates call for neo-natal deaths submissions Public Protector Adv. Thuli Madonsela on Tuesday evening reiterated her call for submissions on neo-natal and infant deaths in public hospitals. She was speaking at a roundtable discussion addressed by her United Kingdom (UK) counterpart, Dame Julie Mellor (DBE), focusing on the transformation of the UK National Health System through ombudsmanship and how South Africa can learn from that. Dame Mellor is the UK Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudmsman (PHSO). Her office, whose remedies - in stark contrast to the Public Protector - enjoy a 100 percent compliance from organs of state, has two key mandate areas, namely the entire UK public service and the health sector. The Public Protector used the opportunity to re-invite persons affected by neo-natal and infant deaths to submit representations as part of a systemic investigation, which kicked-off early this year. Affected p ...
Wives of Tshwane Open golfers treated to experience of the capital city The Tshwane Open tournament – of which its slogan states that “it’s more than just golf” – guarantees a not-to-be-forgotten experience for players, spectators and visitors alike. The City of Tshwane is therefore excited to host participants and visitors from all over the world in this capital city of South Africa – a unique African destination. In preparation for the Tshwane Open from 28 February to 3 March 2013, the Pro-Am game is underway at the Els Club Copperleaf. And while the players were teeing off on the field, their wives were being treated to a scenic tour of Tshwane by Councillor Nozipho Makeke, MMC for Sports, Arts and Culture. The wives come from the United Kingdom, Sweden, France, India and other countries. They visited the Union Buildings and the Voortrekker Monument and were treated to African cuisine at the Moyo restaurant at the Fountains Valley. As another highlight, the wives visited a charity house cho ...
SCREAMING...NOW YOUR MOMENT IN Black History...DEDICATED TO MY BROTHER...Leonard Cratic Jr...Kappa Alpha Psi (ΚΑΨ) is a collegiate Greek-letter fraternity with a predominantly African-American membership. Since the fraternity's founding on January 5, 1911 at Indiana University Bloomington, the fraternity has never limited membership based on color, creed or national origin. The fraternity has over 150,000 members with 721 undergraduate and alumni chapters in every state of the United States, and international chapters in the United Kingdom, Germany, Korea, Japan, United States Virgin Islands, Nigeria, and South Africa. The president of the national fraternity is known as the Grand Polemarch, who assigns a Province Polemarch for each of the twelve provinces (districts/regions) of the nation. The fraternity has many notable members recognized as leaders in the arts, athletics, business, civil rights, education, government, and science sectors at the local, national and international level. The Kappa Alph ...
Lakshmi Nivas Mittal was born on June 15, 1950 in Sadulpur, Rajasthan, India and is presently the CEO & Chairman of Arcelor Mittal. Lakshmi Nivas Mittal was listed in the Forbes List of Billionaires in 2006 as the the richest Indian and the fifth richest man in the world with an estimated wealth around of $25.0 billion and is the richest man in the United Kingdom. Young Lakshmi Nivas Mittal spent his first years in Sadulpur, before his father moved to Kolkata. Lakshmi graduated from St. Xavier's College, Calcutta. He founded Mittal Steel in 1976, which soon became a global steel producer with operations on 14 countries. His success mantra lies in the identification, acquisition and turnaround of many loss making steel companies all across the world. In 1994, he took over the international operations of his family's steel business. Arcelor Mittal is presently the world's largest producer of low and mid-grade steels, with operations in Romania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, South Africa, Poland, Czech Republic, Indon ...
Praying for the Levi Mullins family preparing to go to the United Kingdom. Praying for Glenn Seabass serving the Lord through the Rock of Ages Prison Ministry; Praying for Dr. Sammy Allen, the Concord Missionary Baptist Church and Faith Baptist Camp. Praying for First Baptist Church Marathon; Praying for my dear friend- servant of Christ and the work of the Gospel in South Africa; Praying for Fred Kornis/Barabara and the work of the gospel; Praying for those in the Florida Keys who are held in the prison house of their sins without the Lord Jesus Christ.; Praying for my wife's father and mother in Sarasota; Praying for Brother Clayton Morris in Romania; Praying for Van Sant in the Ukanine. Praying for dear servants of Christ in India and Pakistan;
JONATHAN V. UNILAG - (UNILAG KNOCKS OUT THE PRESIDENT) QUOTES FROM YESTERDAY 1. "The United States of America, the United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, China, India, Brazil, South Africa, and even Ghana, unlike Nigeria, are not without their internationally acclaimed heroes. However those countries are also famous for their large cities and their iconic universities that have kept their names which they evolved with over time. It is probably unthinkable for Obama to declare the change of the name of...Massachusetts Institute of Technology to Martin Luther King University; or David Cameron declaring Cambridge University as Princess Diana University; or Jacob Zuma declaring University of Pretoria as Nelson Mandela University or closer home, Ghana's Atta Mills declaring University of Ghana, Legon as the Jerry Rawlings University". LawNigeria 2012 2. "Is 'MKO Abiola University' a worthy name to replace the 'University of Lagos'? Wrong question! The real questions are: 1. 'Is the University of Lagos a worthy name ...
Director’s 2013 Festival Message Greetings: Welcome to the 6th E. Desmond Lee Africa World Documentary Film Festival (AWDFF), sponsored by the E. Desmond Lee Professorship in African/African-American Studies, International Studies and Programs at the University of Missouri, Saint Louis. Through the art of documentary filmmaking, the AWDFF is committed to the promotion of knowledge, life and culture, of the people of Africa worldwide. This year, in our sixth season, we shall be presenting 46 films submitted by filmmakers from Australia, Bahamas, Burkina Faso, Canada, Cameroon, Congo, Cuba, Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Ghana, Israel, Japan, Mali, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, South Sudan, Spain, Sudan, United Kingdom, Uganda, and USA. We celebrate and congratulate the extraordinary group of talented filmmakers who have employed their craft and skills in the exploration of African subjects. . ...
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The British Empire was a large one. United Kingdom a small island in Europe had occupied a large chunk of the countries in Africa, Middle East and in Asia, India, Burma, Malaya, and Singapore. These countries were directly under the British rule. Australia, Canada Afghanistan and Nepal and many countries in Africa particularly South Africa and n the Middle East like Saudi Arabia, Egypt etc etc were called British Protectorates. The Englishman was mainly a trader, and so he very cleverly started steel industries, chemical industries and very good educational institutions all in England. He was able o get all the raw materials he needed from the countries he occupied mainly from India Burma and Malaya. Malaya was rich in Tin, Copra and Rubber. Now Germany, which produced machinery, high quality steel goods, and many other consumer items cheaper than England had no market to sell them. Same problem was faced by Italy which produced chemicals like dyes, paints of good quality and cheaper in price. Japan too . ...
Fiji Sports News RJ SHIV BRIEFLY Nani crash MANCHESTER, United Kingdom - Manchester United winger Nani has been involved in a car crash with an unmarked police car, Greater Manchester Police (GMP) confirmed on Saturday. Nani's Bentley Continental was in a collision with the unmarked police Ford Mondeo which was responding to an emergency call on Friday in Stockport, Cheshire, near Manchester. Neither driver was hurt but the passenger in the police car, a volunteer special constable, received minor injuries GMP said. SA fightback Cape Town - Robin Peterson and Dale Steyn led a South African fightback which left the second Test against Pakistan evenly poised at the end of the third day at Newlands on Saturday. Pakistan were 3-100 at the close, a lead of 112. Peterson hit 84 to enable South Africa to get within 12 runs of Pakistan's first innings total of 338 and Steyn bowled at blistering pace to take two wickets as Pakistan lost their first three second innings wickets for 45 runs. At that stage South Afri ...
is interested to find out who wrote Q9 on the NZ Census form. "In which country were you born? NZ, Australia, England, China, India, South Africa, Samoa, Cook Islands, other. Guess I'll have to put down my answer of "United Kingdom" as other then?
Shrove Tuesday (aka Shrove Tuesday: The Legend Of Pancake Marion) is a short film, stylistically based on the fairytales created by the Brothers Grimm. It was produced in the United Kingdom in 2009, and directed by Lee Andrew Matthews.[1][2] It tells the story of Pancake Marion, an 18th century Witch, who was burned alive for her 'blasphemous' ways. Her evil spirit returned whenever a protective flower (planted to keep her at bay) had wilted, or was picked by local children. A young girl finds the flower, and thus begins a 22 minute *** ride into your darkest fears. Shrove Tuesday won Best British Film at Horror UK's 28 Hours Later film festival,[3][4] Best Experimental Short at South Africa's Horror Fest V,[5] and Best Mythic Film at Vampire Film Festival,[6] New Orleans. The film has been screened at the New York City Horror Film Festival,[7] and The Spooky Movie Film Festival in Washington DC.
Due to the recent postal rate increase by United States Postal Service, we must increase our international shipping rates accordingly.  These changes make it cost prohibitive to ship small quantities (less than $150) of low valued items such as buttons, trims and clasps internationally via Priority Mail.   For example, when we ship $18 worth of clasps to the UK now, the cost for the uninsured shipping alone is $42. This does not cover any cost of handling.  It takes approximately 30-40 minutes time per parcel to package the item properly, fill out the Customs Forms, take the parcel to the post office, stand in line, and email copies of the forms to the customer so they can track their parcel.     Each individual country decides whether or not to allow insurance on Priority Mail items.  Most do, but some do not. To date, we have discovered that the United Kingdom, Ireland, Israel and South Africa do not allow insurance on Priority Mail parcels.  This means that if we ship an item via Priority Mail t ...
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An intestinal problem has forced President Jonathan to cancel a planned surprise visit to the Super Eagles in South Africa, medical sources in London said today. The Nigeria president, who is on a whirlwind three- nation trip to Egypt, the United Kingdom and France, had planned to surprise the Super Eagles in South Africa following their qualification for the final of the African Cup of Nations last Wednesday. However, in London Mr. Jonathan came down with an intestinal disorder referred to as Amoebic Colitis and he underwent testing at the London Clinic on Harley Street. The clinic is highly favoured by Nigeria’s rich and powerful. A medical source told Saharareporters that Mr. Jonathan's situation is not worrisome but that the persistent nature of the condition meant the president had to undergo some screenings. It was not clear why he did not undertake the screenings in Abuja, where State House has an excellent clinic manned by a largely idle staff. Meanwhile, former Nigerian dictator Ibrahim Badamos ...
Good Morning my mighty prayer warriors how are you all doing? I am doing great just hurting in my chest a little. I wanted to tell you all how happy I am I have reached The United State, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Italy, Ireland, Czech Republic, Puerto Rico, netherlands, South Africa, Japan, Germany, Singapore, Hong Kong, Kenya and Egypt. I would LOVE to reach the whole world or at least more then half please oh please share my page and get me to my goal or over it. I would like to have 1,200 followers by the end of this month. I know we can do it we did it in one day to reach my goal last month when I was in the hospital. I love each and everyone of my mighty prayer warriors you all hold a place in my heart. If you have sent me something in the past month to two weeks please message me on the page. I have not gotten anything I know there was suppose to be something to come in for me just have not gotten anything yet. If you would like to send me something just message me ...
A fundamental change in the constitutional structures of the British Commonwealth (formerly the British Empire, and not to be confused with the Commonwealth of Australia) did occur, however, in the late 1920s. Under the British Royal and Parliamentary Titles Act 1927, which implemented a decision of an earlier Commonwealth conference, the unified Crown that had heretofore been the centre point of the Empire was replaced by multiple crowns worn by a shared monarch. Before 1927, King George V reigned as king in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the Irish Free State, South Africa, etc., each of these states, in effect, as dominions, amounting to a subset of the United Kingdom. After 1927, he reigned as King of Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, South Africa, etc. The form of use in the royal title as issued by King George V[20] did not mention the dominions by name, except 'Ireland', which changed from being referred to as Great Britain and Ireland to Great Britain, Ireland, indicating that it was no longer part ...
26.01.2013 was Australia Day. 17 059 people from 145 countries became Australian citizens. There were 85 000 new pledges last year and Australia Day is the most popular day of the year to become an Australian citizen. The top nation of origin for new citizens is United Kingdom, followed by India, Republic of South Africa and the Philippines.
The History of The Philippine International PyroMusical Competition It's history started with The World Pyro Olympics The first World Pyro Olympics took place in 2005 in The Esplanade at the back of then unfinished SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines from December 26 to December 30. Firework materials were placed in the participant's barge floating within Manila Bay. Major firework makers from nine countries participated in the competition: Show FX Australia Pty. Ltd., Glorious Group from the People's Republic of China, Nico Lunig Event from Germany, Hanwha Corp. from Korea, Orion Art Production International in Russia, Pyro Spectacular in South Africa, Flash Art Group in United Arab Emirates, Celtic Fireworks Ltd. in the United Kingdom and America Melrose Pyrotechnics Inc. from the United States. The event host, La Mancha Group of the Philippines held a fireworks demonstration on the last day. La Mancha organized the 1st International Fireworks Festival on December 2002 and the World ...
Africa, World’s Second Fastest Economy – WEF Saturday, 26 January 2013 00:00 By Fabian Odum Business Services - Business News FOR Africa, it is not all about wars and crises but from the 43rd World Economic Forum (WEF) 2013 meeting at Davos, Switzerland comes the uplifting news that Africa is now the world’s second fastest growing economy. In a release by WEF’s Head of Communications, Adrian Monck, this growth is even expected to go faster in 2013. It was emphatic in its delaration: “Africa is already the world’s second fastest growing economy after expanding five per cent a year in the past two years, well above the global average…” and it projects that the continents GDP is likely to hit a 5.3 per cent growth this year. A televised debate at the event included Presidents Jonathan and Zuma of Nigeria and South Africa respectively among other business leaders. Even more optimistic of the continent’s economic stride is Graham Mackay, Chairman, SABMiller, United Kingdom, who said, “If ce ...
As Admins one of the things we get to look at is an overview of where all of our followers are from. I thought many of you would find some of these statics quite interesting. I know some have suprised me. I am going to list them by country name then how many from each. Canada 11 United Kingdom 7 Germany 3 Puerto Rico 2 South Africa 2 France 1 Guatemala 1 United Arab Emirates 1 Chile 1 Japan 1 Moroco 1. The United States provide us with 907 from across the country. Van Buren Arkansas 17 Houston TX 14 Oklahoma City Oklahoma 12, Tulsa Oklahoma 10, Dallas TX 7, San Diego California 6, Cedarville Arkansas (Mitzi and mine home town) 6, Broken Arrow Oklahoma 6, Killeen Texas 6, San Antonio Texas 5, Spring Texas 4, Louisville Kentucky 4, Poteau Oklahoma 4, Natural Dam Arkansas 4, Lawton Oklahoma 4, Philidelphia Pennsylvania 4, Las Vegas Nevada 4, Grove Texas 4 and last but certainly not least Bakersfield California 14. Isn't it amazing just how far our Mighty Tristan has reached so far in only 15 days. ~Ri ...
Page Statistics - 16 December 2012 - 12 January 2013 - 67% of you are between the ages of 25 and 44 - 11.6% of you are male (right on to the men here getting the truth out there!) - 87.7% of you are female - Were you all hail from- (if you have a location listed on you fb..because of this none of these numbers are spot on..but this give us a good idea) 473 United States of America 12 Canada 7 Australia 6 New Zealand 4 South Africa 3 Malaysia 3 United Kingdom 2 Germany 1 Dominican Republic 1 Colombia 1 Singapore 1 Morocco 1 India 1 Iceland 1 Poland 1 Denmark 1 Philippines 1 Pakistan 1 Taiwan 1 Norway - The number of different people who have looked at this page because of things that you all posted. 16 December 2012 - 12 January 2013 4,599 United States of America 128 Canada 43 United Kingdom 41 Australia 26 Germany 25 New Zealand 19 South Africa 12 Indonesia 10 Mexico 9 Norway 9 India 9 Philippines 8 Malaysia 6 Ireland 6 Japan 6 Poland 5 Brazil 4 Botswana 4 Pakistan 4 Czech Republic ***you are spreading t ...
Fact of the Day: Contrary to popular belief, America is not the only country that has freedom, or more specifically a Bill of Rights. Among those other countries are: Hungary, Serbia, Germany, Poland, Scotland, Australia, France, Greece, Finland, Belgium, India, Canada, the Philippines, Brazil, New Zealand, the Czech Republic, China, South Africa, and the United Kingdom, all of which have some form of documented freedoms and a variated Bill of Rights. Also, out of the current 206 Sovereign States in the world, approxametely 180 of them have some form(s) of freedom.
Proof that we are all in this together and that autism has no boundaries.here is a list of countries that have clicked on my blog (in order of the most clicks): United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, Indonesia, Bahamas, India, Netherlands, Norway, Turkey, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Switzerland, Sweden, Ireland, Greece, Brazil, Spain, Israel, Mexico, Russian Federation, Malaysia, Poland, Philippines, Portugal, Pakistan, Denmark, Ukraine, Iceland, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, South Africa, Qatar, Slovakia, Thailand, Estonia, Ecuador, Japan, Lithuania, Venezuela, United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Singapore, France, Botswana, Saudi Arabia
Proud to contribute to the Commonwealth renewal process   The Commonwealth Ministerial Meeting has met in New York last week in the margins of the United Nations and endorsed the draft Commonwealth Charter proposed by the Commonwealth Ministerial Task Force.  The Charter will now be submitted to the Heads of State and Government for final adoption.   Seychellois Minister for Foreign Affairs, Jean-Paul Adam, was a member of the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group that was recommending the draft Charter for the full assembly of Commonwealth ministers’ endorsement.    The Ministerial Task Force was composed of representatives of the following countries: Australia (Chairperson), Barbados, Belize, Canada, India, Malaysia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Seychelles, South Africa, Solomon Islands and the United Kingdom that met in London in June this year.   “This new Commonwealth Charter enshrines the Commonwealth’s commitment to support small and vulnerable countries, in particular Small Island Developing State ...
Discover Saint John; Chef Vicky Ratnani will be visiting the City Market tomorrow. For those not familiar with Chef Vicky Ratnani, he is a Chef and television personality whose shows air on NDTV, the only English News Channel from India with feeds to the United Kingdom, United States of America, Canada, South Africa, Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, Mauritius and most of the SAARC Countries which reach out to the Indian Diaspora. The Chef’s itinerary will have him at the City Market from 10:00am to 12:00pm and he will be taping a segment with Dave Forestell from Slocum & Ferris. The current menu includes the preparation of a DLT (Dulse, Lettuce Tomato) sandwich and maple syrup salmon.
Just to give you an idea of our global approach to edifying the desert music scene. Here are some of the countries represented by subscribers to '21 Exits The Podcast': Colombia, Germany, United Kingdom, Argentina, Australia, Chile, Croatia, Kazakhstan, Mexico, New Zealand, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, China, Spain, Peru, Russian Federation, Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary, Israel, Netherlands, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Brazil, Belize, Egypt, Federated States of Micronesia, Italy, Latvia, Malaysia, Oman, Sweden, Singapore, Taiwan, Ukraine, South Africa, and of course the good ol' US of A!
Wow! I was looking at the "reach" thingy in the admin part of the page and I again looked at the countries Olly is reaching. Countries 3,771 United States of America 84 Canada 42 United Kingdom 33 Australia 12 South Africa 4 Germany 4 South Korea 4 Ireland 3 Philippines 3 India 3 Egypt 3 Sweden 3 Japan 2 New Zealand 2 Mexico 2 Malaysia 1 Puerto Rico 1 Uganda 1 Senegal 1 Jordan SO. let's do a location call? Where are YOU from Team SuperBean? We are in Central California!
Congratulations to:- Australia, United States,, United Kingdom, Canada, Netherlands, Belgium, New Zealand , India, Hong Kong, The Philippines, Japan, Italy, France, Singapore, Germany, Turkey, Spain, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Ireland, Malaysia, Brazil, Israel, Portugal, Thailand, Argentina, Poland, Indonesia, Bahrain, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Chile, South Korea, Sweden, Hungary, Vietnam, Colombia, Russia, Norway, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, South Africa, Grenada, Cyprus, Denmark, Pakistan, Malta, Greece and The Maldives! You made into The Mr Arthur's Puppets Top 50 Watching Nations List. If your country is not in the list you can fix this by watching episodes of Mr Arthur's Puppets on Youtube. The list is in order of the number of views. You can lift your country's placing by watching more episodes. 97 countries are already involved. Can you catch Australia and USA? :)
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On This Day In History: 2011 Brazil overtakes the United Kingdom as the world's sixth largest economy 2011 Drew Brees, quarterback for the New Orleans Saints, sets a new National Football League record for yards passing in a season 2010 Nelson Mandela, former President of South Africa, will have a street named after him in Capetown 2010 China and South Korea plan to hold defense talks in February 2011 concerning growing regional tension on the Korean Peninsula 2004 Earthquake, greatest in over 40 years, strikes the Pacific Ocean near Sumatra, triggering a massive Indian Ocean tsunami, killing as many as 266,000 in coastal regions of Asia and Africa 2003 Earthquake kills more than 30,000 in Bam, Iran 1995 Muttiah Muralitharan no-balled for throwing (SL vs. Australia, MCG) 1995 Paul Adams becomes South Africa's youngest Test Cricket player, 18 years 340 ds 1994 Actor Jason Hervey (22) weds Kelley Patricia O'Neill (27) 1994 French commando's terminate Air France hijacking in Marseille 1994 Preside ...
Samsung Unveils Plans to Celebrate Passion for African Football at the Orange Africa Cup of Nations South AfriCA 2013 Get involved before the games begin and show your passion JOHANNESBURG, South Africa - December 13, 2012 - Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., a global leader in digital media and digital convergence technologies, will leverage its smart products and technology to engage fans and create platforms to share their passion for football during the Orange Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) South AfriCA 2013, which will be held from 19 January to 10 February 2013. An official sponsor of the competition since 2008, Samsung will engage fans in and around the stadiums to further the excitement surrounding the tournament. Under the theme of ‘Our Passion Powers Africa’, Samsung will take a leading role in engaging the region by holding pre-tournament campaigns in seven countries, namely South Africa, Angola, the DRC, Ghana, the Ivory Coast, Nigeria, and Zambia. “Our sponsorship of the Orange AFCON SOUTH AF ...
Which country is also known as the 'Rainbow Nation' ? (A) Australia (B) United Kingdom (C) Switzerland (D) South Africa
Below mentioned are the status of Likes in our page, which we have got from the fans who lives in India or outside India. Almost from all the countries we got the likes but when we are posted any pictures and status, most of the likes/comments we received only from Indian fans.where are our other friends who lives in other countries...We wanted to know them, so we requested to all please introduced yourself to us with your country name. And REMEMBER friends 17th December, 2012 MAHADEV WILL BE CELEBRATING HIS FIRST ANNIVERSARY, SO PLEASE Join Us AND LETS MAKE IT GRAND.AND FRIENDS WHO ARE ONLINE PLEASE START THE PROCESS OF INTRODUCING YOURSELF WHETHER YOU LEAVE IN INDIA OR OUTSIE INDIA.HAR HAR MAHADEV 2,550 India 33 Nepal 30 Bangladesh 13 United States of America 13 United Kingdom 8 Pakistan 6 United Arab Emirates 5 Canada 4 Tanzania 4 Philippines 3 South Africa 3 Mauritius 2 Sri Lanka 2 Malaysia 2 Qatar 2 Singapore 2 Hong Kong 2 Australia 1 Spain 1 Iran
Subject: How about reparations then? Reading through history, lest we forget. Apologies In 1998, UNESCO designated August 23 as International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition. Since then there have been a number of events recognizing the effects of slavery. On 9 December 1999 Liverpool City Council passed a formal motion apologising for the City's part in the slave trade. It was unanimously agreed that Liverpool acknowledges its responsibility for its involvement in three centuries of the slave trade. The City Council has made an unreserved apology for Liverpool's involvement and the continual effect of slavery on Liverpool's Black communities.[135] At the 2001 World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa, African nations demanded a clear apology for slavery from the former slave-trading countries. Some nations were ready to express an apology, but the opposition, mainly from the United Kingdom, Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands, and the United States blocked attempts ...
Cape Town is the best city in the world, according to a United Kingdom poll.About 17,000 readers of British newspaper The Telegraph not only thought it was the best city in the world, but ranked South Africa the third best country, after New Zealand and the Maldives.
Happy Sunday to All my Friends In the USA, Canada,Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Cameroon, Benin Republic, United Kingdom, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Philippines, South America, Pakistan, Greece, Mauritius Islands of Africa.and Everyone of the World! I love YOU!
I was checking out some of the stats on the Tree Creations page and found that there are people in Taiwan, Ireland, United Kingdom, Israel, Thailand, Sweden, Czech Republic, Hungary, Germany, Japan, South Africa, Indonesia, Rome Italy, and other countries checking on the tree houses! (pretty cool!)
Federal Government is proposing to spend about N170 million to establish regional trade and investments offices in about nine countries across the world, details from the 2013 budget proposals indicate. The countries are Brazil, United Kingdom, USA, China, United Arab Emirates (UAE), India, South Africa, Berlin and Australia.
In 1899, the Second Boer War began when the United Kingdom attacked the Boer-ruled Transvaal Republic (modern-day South Africa).
I'll be telling you later today what Franklin Cudjoe, IMANI Ghana and us have for you later this month,but who is Franklin Cudjoe and What is IMANI... Read this: Cudjoe is founding director of IMANI, a think tank ranked fifth most influential in Africa (2009) and the only African think tank named in the top 25 most innovative think tanks in the world in 2010 and top 20 most innovative in 2011. Cudjoe is also General Editor of AfricanLiberty.org. He has won two John Templeton Foundation awards, the first Antony & Dorian Fisher Award and he has been cited in the United Kingdom's House of Commons' debate on aid and development in Africa as well as by South Africa's Supreme Court Judge on patents and intellectual property. Cudjoe debated Tanzanian President Mkapa on globalization in 2007, and in 2010 he led the World Bank's Africa region's taskforce within IMANI to investigate what Africans needed from the World Bank. Cudjoe was consulted by the United Kingdom's Prime Minister's office on how to make effectiv ...
The common thought in mainstream media is that boxing is dying. Skip Bayless goes so far as to say boxing is at a standstill and there's no significant fights in boxing other than Pacquiao-Mayweather. MMA is taking over. Soon, the fine art of pugilism will be a distant memory, much as singlestick is. Of course, it's easy to dismiss this argument. Boxing is now one of the most globalized sports in the world — just like soccer (correct name: football) is. There's world champions from Australia, Argentina, Thailand, Japan, Russia, South Africa, etc. Boxing is selling well in Germany, Denmark, United Kingdom, Puerto Rico. Is the mainstream media so oblivious about what happens beyond America's borders? Maybe. But maybe they're oblivious to what happens within America's borders too. Here's some raw facts on two significant cards during September 15th: 1. Canelo-Lopez and Chavez-Martinez headlined two competing cards. Both events were in the same city, at the same time, in two big venues, a few miles away fr ...
On YouTube, there is a place where you can see where the people have been viewing your videos. according to this, I have 2370 views which is low by youtube accounts. but the where is incredible. In order from most to least my videos have been viewed in: United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, Turkey, Ireland, Italy Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Netherlands, Israel, Denmark, France, Tunisia, Sweden, New Zealand, Vietnam, Greece, Austria, Serbia, Switzerland, Norway, Poland, Philippines, South Africa, Japan, Egypt, Taiwan, Romania, Qatar, Portugal, Armenia, Thailand, Bulgaria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Singapore, Slovakia, Columbia, Mecedonia, Hungary, Indonesia, and India. Not a bad spread for only 2370 views. I don't know why I think that's amazing. I know the internet does this, but it has me in awe when I see the list of people that have heard my songs. It makes me proud to be a singer/songwriter.
Lindsay McDougall Tom Crease Gordy Forman Past members Lex Feltham Ben Costello Bruce Braybrooke Karl Perske Nat Nykyruj Frenzal Rhomb are an Australian punk rock band which formed in 1992 with mainstay IF YOU LOVE FRENZAL AND NO NOTHING ABOUT THEM READ THIS SHORT FACT Jason Whalley on lead vocals and rhythm guitar. In 1996, Lindsay McDougall joined the line-up on lead guitar and backing vocals. Two of the group's albums have peaked into the top 20 on the ARIA Albums Chart, A Man's Not a Camel (1999) and Smoko At The Pet Food Factory (2011). The group have supported tours by The Offspring, Bad Religion, and Blink-182 within Australia. Frenzal Rhomb have toured to the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, South Africa, Israel and Taiwan. The group have generated controversy for their profanity on cover art, in song titles and lyrics, for their behaviour on-and-off-stage, and for their association with causes such as veganism and radical politics. In July 2004, radio 2Day FM hosts Jackie O and Kyle Sandilan ...
Winky D shines in London From John Mokwetsi in London | 2012-08-30 09:19:00 Winky D, the dancehall artist from Kambuzuma, stood side by side with the music colossuses of Africa at Wembley Arena in London on Monday to emphatically announce his arrival into the new realm exclusive to the talented of the continent. “The Big Man”, as fans call Winky D, performed alongside top-notch maestros like 2face, Zahara, Kenya’s MadTraxx, Femi Kuti, Iyanza of Nigeria, Cabo Snoop and Zakes of South Africa in a show dubbed “Africa Unplugged”. First of its kind in the United Kingdom, Africa Unplugged was brought about to educate by shedding light on the plights of African people. The main focus for Africa Unplugged 2012 was the war ravaged Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Eddie Kuti from DRC who helped organise the event in support of “Save The Congo” and “War Child” said: “We set to celebrate the spirit of Africa through music, comedy and dance. For each ticket sold, £2,50 will go towards Africa Un ...
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The Cullinan diamond is the largest rough gem-quality diamond ever found, at 3,106.75 carats (621.35 g). The largest polished gem from the stone is named Cullinan I or the Great Star of Africa, and at 530.4 carats (106.1 g) was the largest polished diamond in the world until the 1985 discovery of the Golden Jubilee Diamond, 545.67 carats (109.13 g), also from the Premier Mine. Cullinan I is now mounted in the head of the Sceptre with the Cross. The second largest gem from the Cullinan stone, Cullinan II or the Lesser Star of Africa, at 317.4 carats (63.5 g), is the fourth largest polished diamond in the world. Both gems are in the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom. The Cullinan diamond was found by Thomas Evan Powell, a miner who brought it to the surface and gave it to Frederick Wells, surface manager of the Premier Diamond Mining Company in Cullinan, South Africa on January 26, 1905. The stone was named after Sir Thomas Cullinan, the owner of the diamond mine.
471 is Made in Taiwan This is our human right to know, but the government and related department never educate the public, therefore we have to RESCUE ourselves. Nowadays, Chinese businessmen know that consumers do not prefer products 'made in china', so they don't show from which country it is made. However, you may now refer to the barcode, remember if the first 3 digits is 690 to 695, then it is Made in China . 00-13: USA & Canada 20-29: In-Store Functions 30-37: France 40-44: Germany 45: Japan (also 49) 46: Russian Federation 471: Taiwan 474: Estonia 475: Latvia 477: Lithuania 479: Sri Lanka 480: Philippines 482: Ukraine 484: Moldova 485: Armenia 486: Georgia 487: Kazakhstan 489: Hong Kong 49: Japan (JAN-13) 50: United Kingdom 520: Greece 528: Lebanon 529: Cyprus 531: Macedonia 535: Malta 539: Ireland 54: Belgium & Luxembourg 560: Portugal 569: Iceland 57: Denmark 590: Poland 594: Romania 599: Hungary 600 & 601: South Africa 609: Mauritius 611: Morocco 613: Algeria 619: Tunisia 622: Egypt 625: Jorda ...
The expelled leader of South Africa's governing African National Congress's (ANC) youth wing, Julius Malema, told BBC Africa that his political career is not over. "I'm coming back to the ANC in December once we've removed President Zuma," he said in interview with the BBC's Focus on Africa TV programme. He also told presenter Komla Dumor why he is in the United Kingdom speaking "behind closed doors" to business people.
"The government of Oyo State came under hammer from various groups and the public for allegedly approving the spending of public fund on a trip to London, United Kingdom (UK) by the Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Monsurat Olajumoke Sunmonu and wives of members of the House of Assembly. The speaker is in the British capital with a retinue of aides, some principal officers of the House and the spouses of her 31 colleagues in the Assembly for Eight Days training on ‘Husband Support.’ They were reportedly being accommodated in Custom House Hotel, London, while the Speaker was said to have led the women on a shopping spree in Peckham. According to reports, the hotel where they were lodged is about £100 per night, with 10 nights paid per person, making £1,000. The trip, which was allegedly gulping N50 million of taxpayers money, came shortly after the return of the state legislators from another trip to South Africa over a week ago." - The Sun (He he he he he! Finally some Oyo wives have beaten S ...
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CPUT CAPESPEED GEARS UP FOR SILVERSTONE Cape Town, 4th July, 2012 - The ‘Cape Speed' team from Cape Peninsula University of Technology's (CPUT) departed from Cape Town International Airport today, revved up to compete against 110 teams with their formula built car, at the international Formula Student (FS) competition in Silverstone, United Kingdom, from 11 to 15 July 2012. Formula Student is Europe's most established educational motorsport competition, run by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Universities from across the globe are challenged to design and build a single-seat racing car in order to compete in static and dynamic events, which demonstrate their understanding of engineering and the business of racing and test the performance of the vehicle. "We are proud to be representing South Africa and to showcase to the world that we are the next generation of world-class engineers," says Cape Speed team captain, Kerwyn Lategan. "We're motivated and geared up! And the whole team is ready to tak ...
Top Scientists to World Leaders: Do Something About Population, Consumption Some of the world's top scientists sent a message to World Leaders this week: Address human overpopulation and consumption or risk "potentially catastrophic implications for human well-being." The urging came from the world's 105 scientific academies, ahead of the United Nations' Rio +20 summit on sustainable development that began on Wednesday. The statement came from a group representing the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and similar institutions around the world, including those of South Africa, Japan, Nicaragua, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. "We are delighted that the world's science academies have chosen to come together to highlight two of the most profound challenges to humanity -- population and consumption -- and to call for urgent and coordinated international action to address them," the group's leader said. The message follows a study released this spring by the London-based Royal Society that population and c ...
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To those of you who read my Soul For Breakfast website and share it with others, my sincerest thanks. As of today, I have readers in 28 countries, across 6 of the 7 continents worldwide. Amazing. I am so grateful for the opportunity to interact with such a diverse population. It really reinforces just how much we all have in common when it comes to working well with others. Thank you for your support! *** A few of you have asked, so here's the list as of today: United States, Canada, Russia, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Ireland, Finland, Netherlands, Ukraine, South Africa, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Brazil, Columbia, Venezuela, Costa Rica, and the Bahamas.
I'm attending Thabo Mbeki 2012 Annual Lecture. Let's here what this leaders have for us. ETHIOPIAN Prime Minister, Meles Zenawi, will deliver this year’s Annual Thabo Mbeki Africa Day Lecture at 18:00 on 24 May 2012 at the ZK Matthews Great Hall, University of South Africa, Tshwane. The lecture is entitled: “African the New World Order: Challenges and Opportunities.” It will be followed by a panel discussion between Prime Minister Zenawi and former President Thabo Mbeki and a question and answer session. WHO IS Prime Minister ZENAWI: Prime Minister Zenawi was born on May 8, 1955. He received a Master of Business Administration degree from the Open University of the United Kingdom in 1995 and an MSc. in Economics from the Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands in 2004. In 1974, Prime Minister Zenawi interrupted his studies to join the Tigrai Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF). He became a member of the Leadership Committee of the TPLF in 1979 and to its Executive Committee in 1983. He is curren ...
Hillsong Church (formerly Hills Christian Life Centre) is a Pentecostal Christian church affiliated with Australian Christian Churches, the Australian branch of the Assemblies of God denomination. The church is located in Sydney, Australia, headquartered at its "Hills" campus in Baulkham Hills' Norwest Business Park in the Hills District. It also has a congregation designated the "City" campus which is located in Waterloo, near Sydney's central business district. The church's senior pastors are Brian and Bobbie Houston, who started the church in Baulkham Hills in 1983, later to merge with a church in the city to form Hillsong Church. Apart from the two main campuses, Hillsong Church currently has 14 extension services across Sydney. These extension services are based on either location or culture and rely on Hillsong Church for support and leadership. Hillsong Church's international offshoots include Hillsong Church London, in the United Kingdom, Hillsong Church Kiev in Ukraine, Hillsong Church Cape Town ...
Dutch wages among the worlds highest Dutch wages are among the highest, not just in terms of gross salaries but also in terms of what workers actually receive after deduction of taxes and premiums. These are the conclusions of a 2011 study carried out by the WageIndicator foundation and the vacancies and career website Monsterboard among workers in 23 countries. Wages in Western Europe are generally high compared to other continents, but the Netherlands is in the European vanguard along with countries like Germany and the United Kingdom. WageIndicator spokesperson Pauline Osse says these countries keep Trading Places at the top of the rankings. Outside Europe, South Africa is notable for its relatively high wages.
Early life Noel Woodroffe lectured at the University of the West Indies (UWI), St. Augustine Campus from 1981 to 1984, and also instituted and developed the program for the UWI School of Continuing Studies' Sixth Form School. He also served as the first Director of the School from 1985 - 1990.[2] Family He is married to June and has three daughters. Elijah Centre On December 23, 1990, Woodroffe started Elijah Centre, a non-denominational church community in St Joseph Trinidad. He serves as Senior Elder along with Senior Associate Elder Graham Taylor and Associate Elder, Anderson Williams.[3] Elijah Centre's initial motto is "Preparing the way, Preparing the people, Restoring all things". It functions as the Creative Core of Congress WBN, functions as a spiritual, administrative and executive hub located in Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean with 13 other networked subsidiary centers located in twelve (12) major cities in the United Kingdom, United States, South Africa, New Zealand, Belize, Jamaica and B ...
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Op RSG hoor ek nou net die liedjie van Eve Boswell - Hi Lilly hi Lo - 1953. Onthou dit nog goed. So 'n na-oorlogse liedjie waarna my ma graag geluister het. Is toe nuuskierig en gaan soek haar gou op Google. She was born in Hungary to professional musician parents who toured worldwide. Educated in Switzerland, she studied piano before joining her parents on tour as The Three Hugos. When World War II was declared, the family left England with the Boswell Circus. She married, and as Eve Boswell became a popular singing star in South Africa. In 1949, she was heard by bandleader Geraldo (Gerald Bright), who persuaded her to return to the United Kingdom as a singer in his band, which was widely heard on BBC Radio. Boswell parted with Geraldo in 1952, and launched a solo career. Her first hit record came that year with "Sugar Bush", partly sung in Afrikaans. She appeared in the Royal Variety Performance and toured widely with comedian Derek Roy, before getting her own radio show in 1954. Her major chart hit cam ...
Apr-27-2012: On this day in history 27/04/2012 1521 -- Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan was killed in the Philippine islands as he attempted to be the first to circumnavigate the world. His co-leader, Juan Sebastian de Elcano, completed the voyage in 1522. 1820 -- English philosopher, Herbert Spencer was born 1865 -- A steamboat carrying 2,400 passengers exploded and sank in the Mississippi River killing 1,700 people. 1950 -- A law, 'the Group Areas Act' was passed formally segregating races in South Africa. 1960 -- Togo gained its independence from France. 1961 -- Sierra Leone gained its independence from the United Kingdom. 1974 -- Over 10,000 people marched in Washington D.C. to call for the resignation or impeachment of United States President, Richard Nixon. 1992 -- Russia and 12 other former Soviet republics became members of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. 1993 -- Members of the Zambian national football team lost their lives in a plane crash off Libreville, Gabon. 2007 -- ...
Honeymoon murder-accused Shrien Dewani should be treated for his psychological disorder in South Africa, says the uncle of his slain wife Anni Dewani.
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