Ghana Commercial Bank Limited (GCB.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2019 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Ghana Commercial Bank Limited (GCB.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Ghana Commercial Bank Limited (GCB.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Ghana Commercial Bank Limited (GCB.gh) 2019 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileGhana Commercial Bank Limited is a financial services institution offering banking products and services for the personal, commercial, corporate and treasury sectors. Its product offering is geared to offer financial solutions for loans, overdrafts, deposits, investments, money transmission and international services. Its Personal banking division offers consumers the choice of a Kudi Nkosuo account, Flexsave account, Save and Prosper account, overdrafts and loans and ReadyCash ATMs. Additional services offered by its business division includes corporate and investment services such as call accounts, treasury bills, fixed deposit accounts and Money Transfer. Ghana Commercial Bank Limited facilitates foreign banking and overseas inward money transfers. Its Treasury division manages market risk exposures and funding requirements as swell as overdraft facilities, bulk cash collection, trade finance, payroll solutions and electronic banking services. Ghana Commercial Bank Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
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The union will move to educate supporters about the song LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS In full voice: England fans at Twickenham (Getty Images) England will not ban ‘Swing Low’ from TwickenhamEngland fans will not be banned from singing Swing Low, Sweet Chariot when they eventually return to Twickenham.It was announced by the Rugby Football Union that they will use social media to educate supporters in addition to “providing platforms for diverse voices across the game”. It is also understood that the lyrics will no longer be shown on screens around the stadium on a matchday and the union has stopped selling merchandise that references the song.In June, the RFU said they would review the song’s use because of its historic links to slavery.Related: Six Nations Fixtures 2020Andy Cosslett, the union’s chair, said: “The RFU needs to step up its efforts to improve diversity and inclusion across our game. We are living through testing times, but this will not deter us from grasping the opportunity to better reflect the society we live in. “We have worked hard to understand our starting point and are now under way with a plan that we are confident will produce big improvements in our diversity and inclusion over the next few years. Related: The British & Irish Lions And Music“Rugby union has always prided itself as being a ‘game for all’… we must now demonstrate beyond any doubt that we mean it.”It is understood that the RFU has also given the men’s and women’s national teams blessing to kneel before their upcoming fixtures, in support of Black Lives Matter movement. Furthermore, they say they are committed to having two black, Asian and minority ethnic members on its board – currently of 14 people – by 2022 and ensuring it has at least 30% female representation. Can’t get to the shops? You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Reporters Without Borders appealed for vigilance by United Nations member states as the UN General Assembly was poised today to endorse a reform package adopted by the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Council. News November 5, 2007 – Updated on January 25, 2016 UN General Assembly asked to send strong signal to Human Rights Council RSF_en Help by sharing this information Organisation Reporters Without Borders appealed for vigilance by United Nations member states as the UN General Assembly was poised today to endorse a reform package adopted by the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Council.“Among decisions adopted by the Human Rights Council is one, taken in June, to not renew the mandates of the special rapporteurs on Cuba and Belarus, two of the world’s worst press freedom predators,” the organisation said. “Other countries such as Sudan and Democratic Republic of Congo have since then also requested the termination of the mandates of the special rapporteurs on the human rights situation in their countries.“There is concern that these special rapporteurs – whose work is essential – are going to be phased out. We call on the General Assembly not to endorse this development and to send a strong signal to the Human Rights Council.“This council, which was created nearly a year and a half ago, has yet to prove its effectiveness. The wheeling and dealing between member states that discredited the former Human Rights Commission has not gone away. And the end of the mandates of certain special rapporteurs is disturbing. Today, it is the General Assembly’s duty to ask the council for explanations and to adopt all necessary measures so that the council can finally do what it is supposed to do – combat human rights violations throughout the world.”It was only at the very last moment before the expiry of the midnight 18 June deadline set by the UN general assembly that Luis Alfonso de Alba, Mexico’s representative and the council’s outgoing president, went before the council and forced through his draft resolution on working procedures. De Alba portrayed his proposal as a compromise although most of the delegates were unaware of its content. Canada’s representative challenged this solution and demanded a debate, but his request was rejected by 46 votes to one (his own).Reporters Without Borders is particularly shocked by the Human Rights Council’s decision to terminate the mandates of the Cuba and Belarus rapporteurs. This setback is the result of a deliberate policy on the part of these countries’ dictatorships to obstruct the rapporteurs.Press freedom in CubaThree journalists have been convicted of “pre-criminal social dangerousness” since Raúl Castro took over as acting president in 26 July 2006 after his brother, Fidel, fell ill. One is Oscar Sánchez Madan, the Cubanet website’s correspondent in Matanzas province, who was sentenced to four years in prison in a secret trial held immediately after his arrest. His family was unable to attend and he was not represented by a lawyer. The other two, who also received prison sentences, are Raymundo Perdigón Brito, one of the founders of the independent Yayabo Press agency, and Ramón Velázquez Toranso of the Libertad news agency. Harassment of dissidents currently takes the form of intimidation by the State Security (the political police), sudden summonses for questioning at police stations, and political brutality. Access to Internet cafés is also strictly regulated.According to the (illegal but tolerated) Cuban Commission for Human Rights and National Reconciliation, Cuba’s prisons are currently holding 246 prisoners of conscience, including 24 dissident journalists. They continue to be mistreated by their guards and to be held in cells that are unfit for habitation, and their health has suffered as a result.Press freedom in BelarusBelarus was placed 151st out of 169 countries in the 2007 world press freedom index. This was Europe’s worst ranking. Belarus is also one of Europe’s last Stalinist-style dictatorships. The police recently arrested journalists prevently, before an opposition demonstration. The state’s monopoly of newspaper distribution has resulted in the disappearance of independent publications from almost all news stands. The government’s preferred tool for silencing dissident publications is administrative harassment – seizure of issues, refusal to register a newspaper’s address (making it illegal to continue publishing), non-renewal of rental contracts for premises, and so on. The government recently turned its attention to the Internet where, in its view, “anarchy reigns.” A commission of lawyers has been created to propose regulations that would restore online order. President Lukashenko has referred to China as a model for managing the Internet.
News June 4, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information RSF_en to go further Receive email alerts FranceEurope – Central Asia News Reporters Without Borders welcome’s today’s decision by a court in the southern city of Toulouse to acquit TV reporter Isabelle Cottenceau of inciting a teenage youth to allow himself to be suspended from body piercings in his back.In March, prosecutors requested a suspended six-month prison sentence and fine of at least 3,000 euros for Cottenceau on a criminal charge of “complicity in an act of violence” for filming the preparations for the so-called “suspension,” as the practice is called in the body-piercing subculture.“We are relieved by Cottenceau’s acquittal, which was a sensible decision,” Reporters Without Borders said. “But one should not forget that she should never have been brought to trial for doing her job as a reporter. France must be more vigilant in its defence of press freedom.”Cottenceau filmed the youth for a 28-minute documentary entitled “Tattoos and piercings – they risks their skins” that was broadcast by the M6 TV channel in its “Forbidden Zone” programme series on 8 October 2006.The decision to prosecute Cottenceau raises many questions. The prosecutors accused her of encouraging the youth although the actual “suspension” was not shown in the documentary, although she asked his mother why she was giving her permission and although she repeatedly insisted during the programme on the health risks involved in piercings and tattoos.A handwritten document in which the mother gave her permission was not included in the case file despite repeated requests by the defence. The document’s date proved that the youth had already decided to do the “suspension” before being contacted by Cottenceau. The mother was not questioned on this matter during the hearing either.The decision to prosecute sets a dangerous precedent for broadcast journalists who want to cover activities that could be illegal. According to the logic of the Toulouse prosecutors, any journalists covering drugs, prostitution or clandestine immigration are liable to be treated as criminals themselves.Journalists have a duty to report what they discover to the public. In France, their activities are regulated by legislation, above all by an 1881 press law. Journalists cannot be accused of responsibility for – or complicity in – the illegal activities that they witness in the course of their reporting. News Organisation “We’ll hold Ilham Aliyev personally responsible if anything happens to this blogger in France” RSF says June 2, 2021 Find out more May 12, 2009 – Updated on January 20, 2016 TV reporter cleared of inciting teenager in body piercing “suspension” News Follow the news on France RSF denounces Total’s retaliation against Le Monde for Myanmar story Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU FranceEurope – Central Asia May 10, 2021 Find out more
Afternoon Update 2 – National Slow Down Day 26th March 2021 Pinterest Google+ Twitter Twitter Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Previous articleGP says schools are not behind the latest Covid surgeNext articleNews, Sport, Nuacht and Obituaries on Friday March 26th News Highland Donegal motorist caught doing 122kph in a 50kph Zone By News Highland – March 26, 2021 Google+ During the first nine hours of National “Slow Down Day”, GoSafe checked the speed of 109,044 vehicles and detected 728 vehicles travelling in excess of the applicable speed limit.Notable speeds include:• 122km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the R265 Porthall Ballindrait Donegal• 85km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the Arden Road Tullamore Offaly• 83km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the N20 Kilknockan Mallow Cork• 96km/h in a 60km/h Zone on the R139 Belcamp Dublin17 Dublin• 93km/h in a 60km/h Zone on the R188 Doocassan Drung Cavan• 92km/h in a 60km/h Zone on the N11 Wingfield Bray Wicklow• 75km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the N78 Drumgoole Castlecomer Kilkenny• 90km/h in a 60km/h Zone on the N25 Lemybrien Lemybrien Waterford• 90km/h in a 60km/h Zone on the N15 Mullandrait Stranorlar Donegal• 73km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the Leopardstown Road Dublin18 Dublin• 114km/h in a 80km/h Zone on the N4 Doddsborough Lucan Dublin• 141km/h in a 100km/h Zone on the N11 Timmore Newcastle Wicklow• 70km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the N24 Bohercrow Tipperary Tipperary• 139km/h in a 100km/h Zone on the N7 KILL WEST Kill Kildare• 83km/h in a 60km/h Zone on the N3 Pollamore Far Cavan Cavan• 68km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the Tonlegee Road Dublin5 Dublin• 68km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the R680 Cork Road Waterford Waterford• 68km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the N61 Knockcroghery Roscommon• 68km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the N78 Blackparks Athy Kildare• 67km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the St Ann’s Hill Blarney Cork• 80km/h in a 60km/h Zone on the R445 Clogheen Monasterevin Kildare• 66km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the R712 Pennefatherslot Kilkenny Kilkenny• 65km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the R417 Paudeenourstown Athy Kildare• 65km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the Lower Lucan Road Lucan Dublin• 130km/h in a 100km/h Zone on the South Ring Road Cork Cork• 155km/h in a 120km/h Zone on the M1 Balgatheran Drogheda Louth• 129km/h in a 100km/h Zone on the M50 Meakstown Dublin11 Dublin• 77km/h in a 60km/h Zone on the N62 Clongower Thurles Tipperary• 64km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the R742 Parknacross Courtown Wexford• 76km/h in a 60km/h Zone on the N24 Gurtnafleur Clonmel Tipperary• 101km/h in a 80km/h Zone on the R513 Caherline Caherconlish Limerick• 63km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the R336 Cnocán An Bhodaigh Na Forbacha Gaillimh• 75km/h in a 60km/h Zone on the R428 Raheenadeeragh Athy Kildare• 75km/h in a 60km/h Zone on the L3004 Killahora Glounthaune Cork• 62km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the R393 Townparks Longford Longford• 61km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the R527 Ballysimon Road Limerick Limerick• 61km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the R310 Carrowncurry Castlebar Mayo• 60km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the Spy Hill Cobh Cork• 118km/h in a 100km/h Zone on the N13 Listellian Letterkenny Donegal• 118km/h in a 100km/h Zone on the N6 Ballybrit Galway Galway• 59km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the Ballinacurra Road Limerick Limerick• 59km/h in a 50km/h Zone on the R336 Tully Ballynahown Galway• 93km/h in a 80km/h Zone on the N2 Drumcaw Monaghan Monaghan• 139km/h in a 120km/h Zone on the M7 Ladytown Naas Kildare• 115km/h in a 100km/h Zone on the N22 An Sliabh Riabhach Baile Bhuirne Chorcaí• 137km/h in a 120km/h Zone on the M7 Meelick Portlaoise Laois• 114km/h in a 100km/h Zone on the R772 Brownswood Enniscorthy Wexford• 91km/h in a 80km/h Zone on the R772 Moyne Lower Enniscorthy WexfordAn Garda Síochána and the Road Safety Authority continue to appeal to drivers to increase compliance with speed limits in order to reduce the number of speed related collisions, save lives and reduce injuries on our roads. Gardai say during the first nine hours of National “Slow Down Day”, GoSafe checked the speed of 109,044 vehicles and detected 728 vehicles travelling in excess of the applicable speed limit.Among the notable detections in Donegal was a motorist doing on the R265 at Porthall, Ballindrait outside Lifford.Another was detected doing 118km/h in a 100km/h Zone on the N13 at Listellian outside Letterkenny, while another was clocked travelling at 90km/h in a 60km/h Zone on the N15 Mullandrait, Stranorlar.The speed enforcement operation began at 7am this morning and will run until 7am tomorrow. News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Facebook Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Homepage BannerNews Facebook WhatsApp Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Community Enhancement Programme open for applications
Forest Marble, an independent sales and lettings agency based in Frome, Somerset, has joined 80 other estate agency offices in Property Sharing Experts (PSE), the largest network of independent estate agencies in the South West.As a member of the network, Forest Marble now works with other PSE offices spanning an area from St Ives to Portland and Bristol, sharing properties and reaching more buyers both in-office and online, for the firm’s normal sole agency fee.Covering Frome, Westbury, Warminster, Radstock, Midsomer Norton and beyond, Forest Marble is owned and run by husband and wife, Will and Daisy Parfitt.Forest Marble uses the latest telephony and software systems to provide a personal service 24/7. Daisy said, “We firmly believe that being available to speak to potential buyers when it’s convenient for them is essential, so we tailored our business to suit our client’s needs by being available for them, in person, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.”Forest Marble also offers an enhanced service for homes of distinction with PSE’s Distinctly Westcountry brand, in the Distinctly Westcountry magazine, at www.distinctlywestcountry. com and in the Distinctly Westcountry W1 office, on Regent Street, London.network of independent estate agencies Property Sharing Experts PSE South West South West network Forest Marble November 2, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » FOREST MARBLE JOINS 80 OFFICE NETWORK previous nextAgencies & PeopleFOREST MARBLE JOINS 80 OFFICE NETWORKThe Negotiator2nd November 20160505 Views
View post tag: Naval View post tag: Central Back to overview,Home naval-today Russia: Central Naval Museum Hosts Maritime Heritage Preservation Conference View post tag: conference View post tag: hosts View post tag: Maritime Russia: Central Naval Museum Hosts Maritime Heritage Preservation Conference View post tag: Preservation Share this article View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic Training & Education April 4, 2012 Conference of the Russian Maritime Heritage Association was held on March 30 in the new building of Central Naval Museum. The association was established in 2009 and incorporated soul-mates in the area of preservation, research, and popularization of Russia’s maritime heritage. Representatives of 44 marine-related organizations from 5 regions discussed issues of maritime heritage preservation.The association was founded on March 1, 2009 in St. Petersburg on board museum icebreaker Krasin and is aimed at preservation of Russian maritime heritage for education of young generation. The conference started with opening speech of Svetlana Sivkova, charwoman of the association and director of the World Ocean Museum. She told about results of the three-year long work. Issues of maritime heritage preservation were discussed at the first scientific conference held in 2010. Term “Maritime Heritage” was included into the Russian Federation Marine Activity Development Strategy 2020.Preservation of maritime history and education of young generation were among subjects discussed at top level, so the great work is in prospect. There are some problems keeping down development of the association and other organizations dealing with publicity of maritime heritage and information activities. One of the most topical problems is imperfection of maritime laws. Director of Central Naval Museum Andrei Lyalin and Executive Secretary of St. Petersburg Marine Council Tatiana Chekalova also attended the conference. After speech of the association’s chairwoman, participants discussed registration of legal entity. As of today, Russian Maritime Heritage Association is a public organization which exists at the expense of membership dues. Presentation of the first issue of The Maritime Heritage magazine was held as well.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , April 04, 2012; Image: saint-petersburg View post tag: Museum View post tag: Heritage
View post tag: Colombian Navy Colombian Navy seizes 1.17 tonnes of cocaine Back to overview,Home naval-today Colombian Navy seizes 1.17 tonnes of cocaine Colombian Navy’s Neptuno Task Force Against Drug Trafficking joined forces with National Police and the Technical Investigation Unit of the Prosecutor’s Office – CTI to seize 1,173 kilograms of cocaine in the Mulatos area, Gulf of Urabá, ColombiaOn March 3 members of the ‘Neptuno’ unit detected a four-crew Go Fast vessel that set sail from a pier in Mulatos, Antioquia.Upon seeing the authorities, the crew tried to escape by speeding up and taking the boat ashore where they unsuccessfully tried to remove the contraband from the boat, the Navy said.Once the Colombian units reached the location, they found 50 packages of cocaine hidden inside the boat. The seized material was transported to the municipality of Necocli where the substance was tested positive for cocaine.According to Colombian Navy, the Neptuno Task Force Against Drug Trafficking has seized 8.2 tons of cocaine so far this year. In doing so, it has prevented an estimated 270 million dollars from reaching the traffickers. March 4, 2016 Share this article View post tag: drug interdiction Authorities