TSL Limited (TSL.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2015 abridged results.For more information about TSL Limited (TSL.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the TSL Limited (TSL.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: TSL Limited (TSL.zw) 2015 abridged results.Company ProfileTSL Limited, listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange, participates in the auctioning of tobacco, printing and packaging, supply of inputs to agriculture, storage and distribution services. The Company was founded in 1957 and through the energetic pursuit and implementation of a diversification strategy has grown to become a significant player in its chosen spheres of operation.
Howard Lake | 31 July 2007 | News Guide Dogs elicits supporters’ opinions on legacy marketing messages Tagged with: legacies AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association is canvassing supporters to seek their views on legacy fundraising whilst prompting them to either leave a legacy themselves or confirm whether they have already included the charity in their Will.Guide Dogs’ direct marketing agency TDA recently carried out research that suggested many people who regularly give to charities don’t plan to remember any in their Will and are disenfranchised by traditional legacy messages. This campaign, developed by TDA, aims to harness the views of some of the charity’s loyal supporters to enhance the development of a strategic legacy programme.Tailored communications will be sent to warm contacts who have previously indicated that they have left money to Guide Dogs in their Will and those who haven’t. A survey-based response device will seek their opinions on a range of legacy messages related to the charity to indicate which are most persuasive. People who have already decided to leave a legacy will be asked what prompted them to do so and where location fits, supporters will also be invited to an event where they can find out more about what legacies mean to the charity.more: www.guidedogs.org.uk 34 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 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.
Receive email alerts Organisation TogoAfrica Reporters Without Borders called on the Togolese government today to reestablish a “constructive dialogue” with the country’s news media, voicing concern about growing tension and about intimidation and forced closures of privately-owned radio stations since President Gnassingbé Eyadéma’s death on 5 February.”After years of dictatorship, the Togolese media had been enjoying a degree of freedom as a result international pressure but now, in the current confusion, it is crucial that the authorities prove their commitment to press freedom by choosing dialogue over repression,” the organization said.Radio Lumière, a privately-owned radio station based in Aného (a town 45 km east of the capital and near the border with Benin), was closed yesterday on the local prefect’s orders for “inciting hate and violence.” Two gendarmes and their commander went to the station in the morning and confiscated equipment, including its transmitter. Station manager Kossigan Zinsou said the gendarmes, who did not show a warrant, also took his car and destroyed some of the equipment. He told Reporters Without Borders he had gone into hiding.The president of the Union of Free Radio and Television Stations of Togo (URATEL), Jacques Djakouti, said Radio Lumière was accused of broadcasting a statement by opposition politician Harry Olympio of the Rally for the support of Development and Democracy (RSDD).The communication ministry said the station had been “calling on the population to take to the streets against the government of Fauré Gnassingbé,” referring to the late president’s son, who has taken over as president with the army’s support, in violation of the constitution. Army press officer Capt. Moïse Oyomé Kemence said, “the station has been closed for inciting revolt and hate.”Capt. Kemence issued a warning at a meeting yesterday with radio station executives at the headquarters of the High Council for Broadcasting and Communication (HAAC). “We have noticed that certain stations are playing a very dangerous game with unforeseeable consequences,” he said. “It is not the job of the press to call on the population to take to the streets and practice civil disobedience,” Kemence continued. “We have ways of putting a stop to that, we don’t want a Rwanda here or a Radio des Mille Collines,” he added, referring to the hate media that encouraged the Rwandan genocide.Ever since the takeover by President Gnassingbé’s son, a number of privately-owned radio stations in the capital have broadcast phone-in and talk shows in which participants and members of the public have urged the Togolese population to take to the streets “to reestablish constitutional rule.”After Gen. Gnassingbé’s death was announced, the HAAC formally demanded an end to live broadcasts on three privately-owned radio stations based in Lomé, saying they were urging “the population to revolt.” Kanal FM manager Modeste Masavusu-Ekué received a call from HAAC president Georges Agbodjan on the afternoon of 7 February asking him to stop broadcasting discussion programmes. A second call ordered him to stop his “Round Table” programme.Thereafter, Kanal FM carried nothing but music that afternoon. Masavusu-Ekué told Reporters Without Borders he had previously received anonymous telephone threats. He said he understood the HAAC’s decision and he was no longer broadcasting phone-ins. “But we must be allowed to continue round-table discussion programmes that don’t have contributions from outsiders,” he said. “It’s fine that they want to have mourning for the president but what happened after he died has forced us to have debates which we cannot refuse our listeners.”The privately-owned Radio Nostalgie received the same instructions the next day. Station editor Joël Gbagba said the HAAC president, Agbodjan, called him in the middle of a broadcast and said “play music.” Two armed policemen turned up at the studios at around 2 p.m. asking to see those in charge and those who had presented the debate that was broadcast in the morning.Journalist Gilles Bocco said the policemen’s attitude became threatening. “You have insulted our chief,” one of them said to the staff. “Eyadéma is dead but we are still here. You have incited the people to take to the streets. We will kill them all.” After the two policemen left, the journalists noticed “suspicious individuals” hanging around the building, with “Chinese-made motorcycles, like the ones the security forces use.”The HAAC president proposed yesterday that radio stations should broadcast pre-recorded discussion programmes. “When listeners are allowed to phone in, anonymous callers very often use the media to make appeals for tribal hate or revolt against the constitutional authorities,” he told radio executives.Radio France Internationale (RFI) has not been spared. Communication minister and government spokesman Pitang Tchalla claimed on 7 February that “calls for revolt” were also broadcast by RFI. “This is serious,” he told foreign reporters in Lomé. “I’m referring to RFI in particular. This station’s journalists want to start a fire and I appeal to their conscience. This is destabilisation, pure and simple,” he said.In its look back on Gen. Gbassingbé’s life, RFI had said it was “not very glorious” and called him a “dictator” and former “colonial-era soldier.” The next day, RFI’s local FM relay transmitters were cut in what the authorities called a “technical failure.” FM re-transmission was reestablished two days later without explanation. On 8 February, a visiting RFI correspondent was refused a visa when he tried to enter Togo by land from Benin. RFI expressed its “astonishment” at this decision, especially as journalists from many other media have been able to enter the country without problem. RSF_en February 11, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Mounting tension between authorities and news media following president’s death March 11, 2021 Find out more Togolese authorities urged to lift newspaper’s four-month suspension Reporters Without Borders called on the Togolese government today to reestablish a “constructive dialogue” with the country’s news media, voicing concern about growing tension and about intimidation and forced closures of privately-owned radio stations since President Gnassingbé Eyadéma’s death on 5 February. A number of privately-owned radio stations have broadcast phone-in and talk shows in which participants and members of the public have urged the population to take to the streets “to reestablish constitutional rule.” to go further Follow the news on Togo News News TogoAfrica September 15, 2020 Find out more News Togo court upholds “baseless and disproportionate” newspaper closures News March 8, 2021 Find out more Convicting “petrolgate” journalist of defamation would be disastrous, RSF says Help by sharing this information
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WhatsApp Google+ Twitter Search for missing Derry man resumes on the Foyle By News Highland – May 15, 2013 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Twitter Previous articleWeather expert predicts cold and blustery weather for the next 10 daysNext articleLetterkenny Mayor: Man’s suspicious death has shocked the community News Highland The search has resumed on the Foyle for missing Derry man Tony Browne.Yesterday, the PSNI and Tony’s family appealed for information about the 24 year old, who is described as 5’8″ tall, of medium build, with short ginger coloured hair.Yesterday, his shoes were found on the Foyle bridgeCraig Smith of Foyle Search and Rescue is urging people helping in the search not to put themselves in danger:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/foyle1pm.mp3[/podcast] Facebook Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal News Pinterest WhatsApp Pinterest Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
Top Stories”Remark Smacks Of Very Patriarchal Way Of Looking At Things”: Justice Deepak Gupta On CJI Asking Rape Accused If He Would Marry Victim Mehal Jain3 March 2021 9:09 AMShare This – x”Unfortunately, the remark smacks of a very patriarchal way of looking at things, it was gender insensitive”, said Justice Deepak Gupta in context of CJI S. A. Bobde asking a 23-year old man, who stands accused of raping a minor girl when she was aged around 16 years, whether he will marry her.The retired Supreme Court judge was expressing his opinion in an interview with veteran…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?Login”Unfortunately, the remark smacks of a very patriarchal way of looking at things, it was gender insensitive”, said Justice Deepak Gupta in context of CJI S. A. Bobde asking a 23-year old man, who stands accused of raping a minor girl when she was aged around 16 years, whether he will marry her.The retired Supreme Court judge was expressing his opinion in an interview with veteran journalist Barkha Dutt over the much-talked about episode from Monday when a bench headed by the Chief Justice of India was hearing a special leave petition filed by the man, who is now a government servant in Maharashtra, against an order of the Bombay High Court which cancelled his anticipatory bail.Justice Gupta was also asked about another instance from the same day from the CJI’s court, where CJ Bobde had, in a matter pertaining to the quashing of an FIR alleging rape due to false promise of marriage, inquired, “When two people are living as husband and wife, however brutal the husband is, can the act of sexual intercourse between them be called rape?”. The bench had proceeded to stay the petitioner’s arrest for 8 weeks in the matter.”I am just visualising. Probably it was argued that they were in love and hence, the sex was consensual. Even if we assume that, if you want to ask someone, you ask the woman if she is willing to marry him. You do not ask the rapist if he is married willing to marry the victim. It was not called for and it was very. very insensitive”, commented Justice Gupta.As regards what recourse does one have if such comments are made at the behest of the CJI himself, considering that the courts are the “last bastion” and that the highest that one can go is to the Chief Justice of India, Justice Gupta remarked, “I can’t say anything more than what I have said. We have to be very careful. Now that social media is inside the courtroom, everything you say is tweeted. So judges, who used to be a little trigger-happy in what they wanted to say, now have to be careful in what they say. The remark was probably not meant in the way it was said. There should have been an immediate clarification that we don’t want to force you or something”However, Justice Gupta proceeded to add, “But even then, it should not have been said. The remark and the manner in which it was said…courts should not give the impression of gender bias and patriarchy” Next Story
Homepage BannerNews Two teenagers arrested in connection with County Derry murder Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Two teenagers have been arrested in connection with the murder of a homeless man in County Derry.36-year-old Piotr Krowka was found dead at a former parochial house on the Glen Road in Maghera on April 3rd.Police say he suffered serious injuries to his head and body.This morning police arrested two 16-year-old boys in the town as part of their “overall investigation” into the murder. Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+ By News Highland – April 17, 2018 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme DL Debate – 24/05/21 Pinterest Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter Google+ Facebook WhatsApp Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Previous articleUpdate: Road reopens following crash at back of ErrigalNext articleMan pleads guilty to indecent assault charges going back to 1976 News Highland
Joe Raedle/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — When Hurricane Michael struck Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida head on Wednesday, it caused extensive destruction to the base and damaged some military aircraft inside hangars that were affected as well. “Our base took a beating,” said the commander at Tyndall in a letter to base personnel.“Team Tyndall, our base took a beating, and I know you have a lot of questions,” wrote Col. Brian S. Laidlaw, commander of the 325th Fighter Wing.“By now you already know that Tyndall Air Force Base requires extensive cleanup and repairs,” he added. “I will not recall you and your families until we can guarantee your safety. At this time I can’t tell you how long that will take, but I’m on it.”Earlier, the base had advised in a Facebook posting that “The flight line is devastated. Every building has severe damage. Many buildings are a complete loss.”Tyndall Air Force base is located between Panama City Beach and Mexico Beach close to where Hurricane Michael made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane on Wednesday.The first wave of Air Force personnel who will help restore operations and begin relief efforts at Tyndall arrived on Friday aboard two C-17 military transport aircraft.The 66-person 281st Contingency Response Group (CRG) will help begin the difficult task of preparing the base to receive supplies and equipment to clean it up.“It’s complete devastation to the topography, trees snapped in half, power lines down all over the place, and facilities have extreme damage,” said Col. Justin Niederer, commander of the 281st CRG, in an interview with ABC News.Niederer said the damage at Tyndall was comparable to what he saw in the Virgin Islands and St. Maarten last year after Hurricanes Maria and Irma.He also described the scary conditions experienced by the small number of base leaders that rode out the storm in what they thought was a secure facility.“They were doing well until the winds reached 150 (sustained) knots then gusted to 170,” said Niederer. “It blew the roof off the facility they were in. At that point, the eye of the storm passed over and when they went out to observe the environment around them they realized they were going to have a lot of work to do.”Ahead of the storm, the base had evacuated most of its 54 F-22 Raptor fighters and T-38 Talon trainers to Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.However, a small number of F-22s were left behind to ride out the storm in hangars because they were undergoing maintenance.It became clear on Friday that some of those aircraft may have sustained damage since the hangars they were housed in also experienced significant damage.“A number of aircraft were left behind in hangars due to maintenance or safety reasons, and all of those hangars are damaged,” said Major Malinda Singleton, an Air Force spokesperson.“We anticipate the aircraft parked inside may be damaged as well, but we won’t know the extent until our crews can safely enter those hangars and make an assessment.”There are only 183 F-22 aircraft in the Air Force’s inventory, with each of the advanced stealth aircraft costing $135 million each. With production lines no longer in existence, any irreparably damaged F-22s cannot be replaced.Col. Niederer said his team would soon begin readying operations to offload military aircraft delivering cargo and personnel to the base.“We’ll be receiving aircraft filled with engineering capability, lodging capability and personnel in order to help clean up the base proper and get the operations back up and running as quickly as possible,” he said.With no food, power, fuel or running water available on the base, his team will have enough supplies to sustain them for five days while they begin the arduous task of beginning 24-hour operations at the base.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.