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Sanlam Kenya Plc (SLAM.ke) listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2014 abridged results.For more information about Sanlam Kenya Plc (SLAM.ke) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Sanlam Kenya Plc (SLAM.ke) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Sanlam Kenya Plc (SLAM.ke) 2014 abridged results.Company ProfileSanlam Kenya Plc (formerly Pan Africa Insurance Holdings Co. Ltd) is an insurance company which underwrites classes of short- and long-term insurance businesses in Kenya. The company offers services for ordinary life insurance, superannuation, general insurance and investments; providing individual life, group and general insurance products as well as investment management services. Sanlam Kenya underwrites life and non-life insurance risks associated with death, disability, credit protection, education, retirement, mortgage protection and property protection. It also has expertise in financial planning and retirement fund management and offers solutions for investment and wealth management as well as diversified asset management solutions. Formerly known as Pan Africa Insurance Holdings Limited, the company changed its name to Sanlam Kenya Plc in 2016. The company is a subsidiary of Hubris Holdings Limited with its head office in Nairobi, Kenya. Sanlam Kenya Plc is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange
When he’s fit and focused, Picamoles is the best No 8 in France and if he does stir himself in the summer he could make his first start since the 2014 Six Nations. Loann Goujon has played well in his two opportunities against Italy and England, but the French need more ball-carrying presence in their back-row.Ball carrying option: Louis Picamoles is out of favour but offers valuable go-forward (Pic Inpho)That’s the reason why Bernard Le Roux might have a job on his hands to keep hold of the No7 shirt in the autumn. He’s a good athlete but struggles to make the hard yards at international level. Yannick Nyanga, Wenceslas Lauret , Fulgence Ouedraogo and Alexandre Lapandry are alternatives, and there’s a rumour in France that Clermont’s veteran flanker, Julien Bonnaire, could be a surprise inclusion the squad.Though he won the last of his 75 caps in 2012 Bonnaire – who turns 37 the day after France’s opening World Cup match against Italy – has been in good form for Clermont this season and PSA will have noted how England weren’t afraid to call on the experience of Nick Easter during the Six Nations, a player one month older than the Clermont back-rower.But the glaring weakness for France remains at fly-half where in his three and a half years in charge of France, PSA has called on Camille Lopez, Jules Plisson, Rémi Talès, Frédéric Michalak, François Trinh-Duc and Lionel Beauxis. None has managed to combine quality with consistency and that has left the door open for Grenoble’s Jonathan Wisniewski, who’s flourished this season since arriving from Racing. “The World Cup starts today!” declared Philippe Saint-Andre the day after France had suffered a 20-point stuffing by England. Never before had France shipped 50 points to the English, and while they’d never scored 35 points at Twickenham, the fact remains that France finished fourth in the Six Nations, as they did in 2012 and 2014. Still, at least that’s an improvement on 2013, when they were bottom.It’s an appalling record, the worst run of Six Nations results that France have endured in the professional era, but Saint-Andre was bullish in his prediction of Les Bleus’ chances in the World Cup. “I have confidence in our players,” he told the press. “They have the quality and the desire.”Between now and May 19, Saint-Andre must select his World Cup squad of 36 players. On Sunday he told reporters 80 percent of the squad was already pencilled in, which means there are only seven or eight places up for grabs.Certain players we can sure will be part of Saint-Andre’s plans. Captain Thierry Dusautoir, full-back Scott Spedding, wing Yoann Huget, second-row Yoann Maestri, and the front-row of props Nicolas Mas and Vincent Debaty and Guilhelm Guirado are all sure to be selected.French enforcer: Yoann Maestri doesn’t mind the rough stuff but is highly rated by the management (Pic Inpho)So, too, Maxime Mermoz and Gael Fickou, the centre pairing that against England reminded the world how skilful French threequarters can be. As was the case with England’s selection of Jonathan Joseph, injuries forced the coach to make changes that turned out for the best, and it will be intriguing to see how Wesley Fofana reacts for Clermont to the realisation that he’s lost his place in the France starting line-up.With Alexandre Dumoulin back training again after a persistent Achilles problem over the winter, France suddenly have strength in depth in the centre, as they do on the wing, where some commentators see Fofana’s role in the World Cup.But with Huget nailed on to the right wing, there’s only the left to play for, and Noa Nakaïtaci and Teddy Thomas will be in competition for that berth. Thomas, however, the precocious young Racing winger, hasn’t impressed the schoolmasterly Saint-Andre with his attitude since marking his debut with a hat-trick of tries against Fiji.In the frame: Noa Nakaïtaci impressed against England, causing their defence problemsThe same applies to Bayonne No 8 Charles Ollivion, like Thomas a gifted footballer, but someone with an independence of spirit that doesn’t sit well with PSA or his coaching staff. Some within the France squad were allegedly “shocked” to see Ollivon failing to adhere to PSA’s code of conduct.Will PSA risk including the pair in his squad, or will be prefer to pick less talented but more tractable players?It might be that the length of the World Cup preparation, which in France’s case starts in the first week of July, will convince PSA that he can knock them both into shape. The same applies to Toulouse No 8 Louis Picamoles, and the Toulon prop Xavier Chiocci and centre Mathieu Bastareaud, although in their cases it’s physical and not mental shape that is stopping them reaching their potential. They’re a trio of fine players who’d be even finer if they were fitter. Two months of healthy eating and hard fitness in the France training camp would do wonders for their game. Black and white: Philippe Saint-Andre will stand or fall by his selections over the next six months (Pic Inpho) LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Philippe Saint-Andre said his side were like Father Christmas in gifting England tries, but after another humdrum tournament, time is running out for the World Cup… Dead-eye: Grenoble’s French fly-half Jonathan Wisniewski has proved himself a prolific kickerThe 29-year-old has more maturity to his game than either Lopez or Plisson, is defensively sound, reads the game well and possesses the skillset to adapt to circumstances. But best of all, he can kick goals, and his 248 points this season put him way out in front of the Top 14 leaderboard.Crippled by conservatism for so much of his reign, PSA has opened his mind in recent weeks and the inclusion of Wisniewski in his World Cup squad would be further proof that he’s longer a slave to convention.
Save this picture!+ 46 Share Text description provided by the architects. A house in Quito’s Historic Old Town turns its gaze on a private garden. On the old terrace, the new hall becomes a connector between the interior and the exterior. A continuous steel girder reaffirms the vocation of openness to the landscape, while its horizontality unifies the facade facing the garden. Save this picture!The extremes of the beam are delicately separated from the adobe (sun-dried mud brick) wall, barely tapping them. The mobile gallery allows for a wide range of openings towards the garden, user selectable room can regain its original condition terrace.Save this picture!Inside, the hall is an internal connector, the heart of the house. Massive, substantive, timeless, is the extreme expression of the materiality of the house. Its verticality relates only to the sun and the other rooms. The thick and irregular perforations are aligned with the internal visuals, creating a primitive and non-obvious order.Save this picture!The constructive system is the principal actor of this original house and its land: Hanging a beam of eighteen meters, placing a ceiling on structural walls, digging a crack in the ground to save the sharp drop.Save this picture!Project gallerySee allShow lessHunter Douglas Plant / Mathias KlotzSelected ProjectsMora River Aquarium / PROMONTORIOSelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/5141/san-juan-house-jose-maria-saez Clipboard Projects San Juan House / Jose María Saez 2007 CopyHouses•Quito, Ecuador ArchDaily “COPY” Ecuador Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/5141/san-juan-house-jose-maria-saez Clipboard Architects: Jose María Saez Year Completion year of this architecture project San Juan House / Jose María SaezSave this projectSaveSan Juan House / Jose María Saez Houses “COPY” CopyAbout this officeJose María SaezOfficeFollowProductsStoneBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHeritageQuitoHousesEcuadorPublished on August 14, 2008Cite: “San Juan House / Jose María Saez” 14 Aug 2008. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
Sunday Times Rich List to be published this Sunday Howard Lake | 15 April 2004 | News This year’s Rich List includes some data on charitable giving, according to a message on the trust_fundraising e-mail discussion group. The Sunday Times Rich List 2004 will be published on Sunday 18 April 2004.The Sunday Times Rich List gives biographical and business details for the wealthiest 1,000 people in the UK. This year’s report will be published on Sunday, and should also be available online. The Sunday Times has published The Rich List online since 1996.Indeed, as you can see from the online coverage of the newspapers’ Rich List 2003, you can examine the data online in a number of useful ways. Advertisement About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 21 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Giving/Philanthropy Prospect research Recruitment / people
RSF_en August 4, 2020 Find out more Organisation La Voix de Djibouti is not run by “opposition illiterates,” RSF says News Djibouti: Detained reporter’s home searched, Facebook account hacked July 17, 2020 Find out more to go further December 9, 2020 Find out more Receive email alerts News Another Voix de Djibouti reporter arrested in Djibouti City DjiboutiAfrica Daher Ahmed Farah, editor of the newspaper Le Renouveau and head of the opposition Movement for Democratic Renewal and Development (MRD), was released on 3 June from Gabode prison in Djibouti where he had been held since 20 April on a charge of libelling army chief of staff Gen. Zakaria Cheik Ibrahim.Farah told Reporters Without Borders that the judicial authorities finally granted his request for provisional release. An investigating judge must decide in the coming days whether to dismiss the charge or send the case to trial. He said he was held in solitary confinement in a small cell which he could not leave, and that only his mother was allowed to visit him.An application for provisional release had been made by Stéphane Zerbib of Lawyers Without Borders, who visited Djibouti from 26 to 30 May to defend Farah at the request of Reporters Without Borders. The libel charge stemmed from an article in Le Renouveau accusing the army of lacking “neutrality” and saying it ” should be apolitical.” Farah has been detained several times in the past few years. In most cases, he was convicted of a press crime and was given a prison term or a fine. On 15 March, he was detained for a day and fined for “endangering the army’s morale.” June 4, 2003 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Newspaper editor Daher Ahmed Farah is released provisionally Le Renouveau editor Daher Ahmed Farah was released on 3 June from prison in Djibouti where he had been held since 20 April on a charge of libelling the army chief of staff. He said he was kept in solitary confinement and only his mother was allowed to see him. Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Djibouti News News DjiboutiAfrica
News News News I trust that you will give this matter your careful consideration.Yours sincerely, RSF_en Organisation Jean-François JulliardSecretary GeneralPicture : Nicolas Sarkozy and Ali Bongo (AFP/Eric Feferberg) Weekly seized from Gabon’s newsstands Follow the news on Gabon The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa GabonAfrica Receive email alerts to go further Reports November 20, 2009 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Letter to President Nicolas Sarkozy on eve of talks with President Ali Bongo November 27, 2020 Find out more Reporters Without Borders wrote to President Nicolas Sarkozy on 19 November 2009 on the eve of his meeting in Paris with his visiting Gabonese counterpart, Ali Bongo, asking him to raise the issue of press freedom in their talks. This is the text of the letter:Mr Nicolas SarkozyPresident of FrancePalais de l’ElyséeParis – FranceParis, 19 November 2009Dear Mr President,You are due to meet tomorrow with your Gabonese counterpart, Mr Ali Bongo. Reporters Without Borders would like to express its deep concern about the state of press freedom in Gabon and urges you to raise this issue in talks with you interlocutor.In fact nine media have just been sanctioned by Gabon’s National Communications Council (CNC) which accused them of “wholesale relaying of public rumours” and writing articles “spreading ethnic divisions, insults and slander”.We for our part consider that these sanctions are aimed only at penalising pluralist forms of expression. It is obvious that the new authorities do not accept that the results of the presidential elections should be commented on or that members of government and the ruling party should attract criticism.The spokesman for the Minister of Foreign and European affairs minister said on 12 November in answer to a question about the CNC sanctions, “We underline the importance that France attaches to the principle of freedom of expression. It is one of the fundamental principles of any democracy”. This statement seems to us inadequate. Freedom of the press is not just a principle and France should, through you, ask the Gabonese president to observe it more fully. Punishment of the nine media is just the latest in a worrying series of incidents. Several journalists found themselves in trouble with the authorities in the aftermath of the presidential election on 30 August, which the press had great difficulty in covering normally. Among them was the editor of the daily L’Union, Albert Yangari, who was questioned for several hours on 25 September. On the same day, police arrested the cartoonist, Patrick Essono, known as “Pahé”, and held him for nearly 48 hours. Very explicit death threats were also made against a journalist on L’Union, Jonas Moulenda, author of a report headlined “Je reviens de Port-Gentil” (I return from Port-Gentil), condemning the role of the military in a clampdown on post-election protests. Omar Bongo governed Gabon for 41 years without allowing the press any breathing space. We believe it is the duty of France to persuade his successor, Ali Bongo, to choose change. That is why we would be grateful if you could insist with him on the need to protect journalists and to allow for criticism. Gabonese journalist could spend New Year’s Eve in prison January 24, 2020 Find out more GabonAfrica Help by sharing this information December 31, 2019 Find out more
Local News By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 TAGS Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest Previous articleOAT052419 Rodney Carrington.jpgNext article050319 OHS Socorro Baseball_06 Digital AIM Web Support Twitter Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Cardio drumming a new feature at Pease First grader Celeste Manriquez copies the beat of her teacher Olivia Juárez during cardio drumming in physical education class Wednesday at Pease Elementary. Pease Elementary School physical education teacher Olivia Juarez has recently given her classes a beat with cardio drumming.Exercise balls are set out and perched on large buckets so the students can use drumsticks to beat on them and use up some energy at the same time.Juarez just started using cardio drumming recently.“I told them I’m kind of winging it right now just because I’m barely getting my feet wet, but I want to be more prepared next year,” Juarez said.She added that she discovered cardio drumming from a couple of other coaches in the school district.“But I really didn’t know too much about it, so I went on YouTube and I just started watching videos,” Juarez said.She added that it looked like fun, so she decided to try it.“One of the biggest things my kids like about PE is the music, so since this uses music I figured this is the way to hook them,” Juarez said.During the song, she can tell whether they are engaged. If it doesn’t look like they are, she’ll switch the song.“I know their favorite songs because they request them all the time,” Juarez said. “… I have to kind of know their likes. We just go with the flow.”Juarez said it’s important for her students to enjoy exercising.“Not only do they reap the physical benefits, their emotional health and self-esteem will improve as well. I do believe that it will benefit them as they get older because it is not always easy for adults to stick to an exercise regimen. If my students grow up knowing that exercise can be fun, then they may be more liable to lead a healthy, active lifestyle doing activities that they enjoy,” Juarez said in an email.Elissa Romero-Yanez, 6, first grade, Jaime Santos, 7, first grade, Yaretzi Mary De La Rosa, 7, first grade, all enjoy the activity.“It’s fun because we do fun things,” Santos said.De La Rosa said she likes the singing and dancing and it makes her feel happy.Afterward, Romero-Yanez said it makes her feel sweaty.De La Rosa added that it makes her feel hot and tired, as well, and Santos said it makes him feel sweaty and happy.