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TAUNTON, England, (CMC): West Indies Women’s misery at the ICC Women’s World Cup continued unabated when they tumbled to a seven-wicket defeat to India Women in their second match here yesterday. Once again, the Caribbean side struggled with both bat and ball to slump to a second loss in four days and extend their losing streak on tour to seven straight including warm-up matches, leaving their campaign at the crossroads. Sent in at County Ground, the Windies rallied to 183 for eight off their 50 overs with Hayley Matthews top-scoring with 43, Afy Fletcher hitting an invaluable unbeaten 36 and Shanel Daley, 33. At one stage, they were slumping at 121 for seven in the 40th before Fletcher at number nine provided late resistance with bold striking. India’s slow bowlers turned the screws on West Indies with off-spinners Deepti Sharma (2-27) and Harmanpreet Kaur (2-42), along with leg-spinner Poonam Yadav (2-19) all finishing with two wickets each. In reply, India stormed to their target courtesy of a superb unbeaten hundred from left-handed opener Smriti Mandhana who ended on 106 not out, while captain Mitahli Raj chipped in with 46. The Windies struck with the fifth ball of the innings when fast bowler Shamilia Connell had Punam Raut caught at the wicket of a top edge without a run on the board. And when off-spinner Stafanie Taylor bowled Sharma for six at 33 for two in the eighth, the game became wide open as a contest. But 20-year-old Mandhana carved out her second one-day hundred, hitting 13 fours and two sixes in a 108-ball knock, as she put on a match-winning 103 for the third wicket with Raj whose innings came from 88 deliveries and included three fours. INDIA WOMEN P. Raut c wkp Aguilleira b Connell 0 S. Mandhana not out 106 D. Sharma b Taylor 6 *M. Raj c Fletcher b Matthews 46 M. Meshram not out 18 Extras (b3, w6, nb1) 10 Total (3 wkts, 42.3 overs) 186 Did not bat: H Kaur, S Pandey, J Goswami, E Bisht, +S Verma, Poonam Yadav Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Raut, 0.5 overs), 2-33 (Sharma, 7.2), 3-141 (Raj, 33.2) Bowling: Connell 4-0-23-1 (w2), Dottin 4-0-25-0 (w1, nb1), Taylor 10-1-24-1 (w1), Daley 5-0-24-0 (w2), Mohammed 6-0-25-0, Fletcher 4-0-18-0, Nation 1-0-9-0, Matthews 8.3-0-35-1. Result: India Women won by seven wickets. Player-of-the-Match: Smriti Mandhana. Toss: India Women. Umpires: S. George C. Polosak. India are now second on four points in the eight-team standings behind defending champions Australia Women who are also on four points, with West Indies languishing sixth without a point along with Sri Lanka Women and Pakistan Women. Hoping to turn the page on a tame batting effort in their opener against Australia last Monday, the Windies managed only more of the same. Rookie Felicia Walters scratched around 27 balls for her nine before nicking a swish at a wide delivery from left-arm spinner Ekta Bisht and going caught behind at 29 for one in the seventh over. Matthews, who looked in fine touch, then dominated a 40-run second wicket stand with captain Taylor who made 16, as West Indies eased to 69 without further loss. The right-handed Matthews struck seven delightful boundaries on both sides of the wicket in an attractive 57-ball innings before perishing in the 19th over to a tame return catch off Sharma. With her gone, West Indies lost their way as five wickets crashed for just 22 runs. Taylor and Deandra Dottin (7), both appearing in their landmark 100th ODI, never looked the part and each soaked up a plethora of deliveries without hitting a single boundary. Taylor faced 42 balls before going run out by Mandhana’s direct hit at the non-striker’s end in the 21st at 70 for three and Dottin laboured for 48 deliveries before picking out long-on with Yadav in the 34th over, with her first shot in anger at 91 for five. SCOREBOARD WEST INDIES WOMEN H. Matthews c & b Sharma 43 F. Walters c wkp Verma b Bisht 9 *S. Taylor run out 16 D. Dottin c Rautb Poonam Yadav 7 +M. Aguilleira st Verma b Poonam Yadav 6 K. Knight c Mandhana b Kaur 5 C. Nation st Verma b Kaur 12 S. Daley st Verma b Sharma 33 A. Fletcher not out 36 A. Mohammed not out 11 Extras (b2, w3) 5 Total (8 wkts, 50 overs) 183 Did not bat: S Connell Fall of wickets: 1-29 (Walters, 6.1 overs), 2-69 (Matthews, 19), 3-70 (Taylor, 20.1), 4-80 (Aguilleira, 27.3), 5-91 (Dottin, 33.3), 6-91 (Kyshona A Knight, 34.2), 7-121 (Nation, 40), 8-146 (Daley, 45.1) Bowling: Goswami 6-0-37-0, Pandey 3-0-13-0, Bisht 10-2-23-1, Sharma 10-1-27-2, Meshram 4-0-20-0 (w2), Yadav 10-2-19-2 (w1), Kaur 7-0-42-2. India now second
Dear Editor,Editor, I have listened carefully to the venomous statements made by PNCR Central Executive Member, Aubrey Norton who chaired a low-level press conference a few days ago. Clutching at straws, he accused former AFC Parliamentarian Charrandas Persaud of taking a bribe from Bharrat Jagdeo and the PPP for voting according to his conscience. This is so ludicrous; I challenge anyone to produce hard evidence. In his interview with the press, Charrandas was asked if he was paid by the PPP to which he replied that he was paid by Parliament Office for traveling expense as other MPs are entitled to.This lie was started by an APNU letter-writer Rickford Burke, in a missive to the editor, and is now being parroted by the PNC/APNU to maliciously spread false rumors, as I’m convinced that the PNC will not allow this care-taker Government to resign. It is this very arrogant behavior and bullyism that caused Charrandas to vote his according to conscience on December 21.The APNU+AFC is now desperate and scared of the outcome, behaving like rats running wild on a sinking ship. They’ve grown so accustomed to the good life, they simply can’t return to living an ordinary life now.Going to court will not help them either. The Guyana Bar Association has already issued a statement supporting the validity of the Motion which reads in part, “The Bar Council rejects as erroneous such contentions that the motion was not properly passed or that the vote is, for any reason, invalid”. But as we have seen before, Government is again shamelessly exercising its power, trampling on the Constitution to hang on to power.It was reported that if Government fails to get the Speaker of the National Assembly to respond favorably to its concerns about the validity of the no-confidence motion against it, it will take the matter to court. But what is there for the Speaker to review? Nothing new has come up to compel the Speaker to reverse his decision, and the Clerk of the National Assembly, Mr Sherlock Isaacs has already confirmed the validity of our motion in writing. Of course, they’re hoping that the judiciary will save them. But the judiciary will place itself on trial if it attempts to overturn the will of the people and the vote in Parliament. If through some devious means Government is able to pull off a judicial coup, this will not be accepted, and will set a dangerous precedent, one that may well lead to instability and civil unrest… “This time na like lang time.”The judiciary has an obligation to uphold the Constituency of Guyana at all times. I expect it will continue to do so.I suspect some in Government will want to use this opportunity to hustle as much as possible during the period leading up to new elections. I caution, this will be a big mistake. We intend to scrutinise and conduct forensic audits from December 21 to the day we get into office to recover State assets and taxpayers’ money that may disappear. So to avoid any unpleasantness and possible loss of freedom from a visit by a SOCU under new management, I expect this caretaker Government to engage in routine expenditure only. No new contracts to be awarded, no cutting of cheques for use in the new year, and certainly, all fiscal accounts must be closed by December 31, 2018 the latest. You’ve been forewarned!Sincerely,Harry GillPPP/C Member of Parliament
Dear Editor,With the issue of the elections proclamation, presidential candidate David Granger has to face his ‘promise kept’ problem. Mr Granger made a lot of promises in 2015 and did not keep most; he did promise a ‘good life’ and some are living that for sure, but those are Ministers and cronies, I doubt that the electorate will see the 50% salary increase as a promise kept. What then can we expect from Granger in the 2019/20 campaign?The country has been plastered with snippets of PPP manifesto information: 50 thousand new jobs, reverse the 200 new taxes and get the money flowing again, low-cost house lots, Government support for single parents, cash grants for schoolchildren and other promises are boldly declared. The PPP can do this because many of these promises are reversals of Granger’s policies that have caused hardships, 30 thousand jobs were lost under the Granger regime, and the cash grants to schoolchildren were already a feature of life. The PPP has a plan to return to parity before kicking on with progress.Granger cannot promise a return to parity, as that would be an admission of great failure and Granger has a history of making promises that are not backed by planning. The adage ‘failing to prepare is to prepare to fail’ applies, but even when plans are prepared, Granger was not able to execute at a high level, the Jubilee celebrations fell flat and were clouded as the D’Urban Park project was mired in corruption— 600 million is still to be accounted for according to the Auditor General’s report. The CJIA expansion project is suffering the same fate, a fixed-price contract was renegotiated and instead of a new airport terminal, we have a renovated building, fewer air-bridges and inexplicably at USD $30 million higher cost. Every foot of road paved seems to come with a higher than normal bill, a scaled kickback scheme along the Mr 10% lines.Granger cannot sell himself as an anti-corruption candidate this time around, after failing to find evidence of corruption in 40 forensic audits of PPP-administered ministries and agencies, any corruption he promises to fight will be of his administration’s doing. Granger knows the taint of corruption hangs heavily in almost every ministry and department of Government. The Attorney General’s Chambers has settled matters for billions of taxpayers’ dollars on a simple demand note, the GRA gave DDL a $3.8 billion tax write-off, which has led to Banks DIH suing the GRA for $28.4 billion as they demand equal consideration and this demand covers only one period, it could end up costing 80 billon when all is said and done. Cathy Hughes gave her company contracts, Valerie Patterson gave her husband contracts, GL&SC engaged in the distribution of over 20,000 acres of prime state lands to Granger’s cronies and Ministry of the Presidency employees. David Patterson’s explanation of how US$9000 was deposited into his account defies ethics, norms, and logic. Simona Broomes’ children were given direct cash transfers from the Ministry of the Presidency totalling over $20 million, the corruption scandals roll on and on. Faced with these acts of corruption and ethical violations, David Granger did nothing but shuffle his pack; his silence speaks of approval or acquiescence. Granger the corruption fighter will not fly.Can we see Granger, the staunch advocate for rule of law surface? Would the only President in our history to be cited by the courts as acting in breach of the Constitution try such an audacious bluff? Would the President who allowed a challenge to be made on the basis that 33 was not a majority of 65 even consider running on a law and rrder platform? Can a President who issued a Prerogative of Mercy to his Finance Minister to keep him out of jail even contemplate such a move? Stranger things have happened in the silly season, but any move like this would invite ridicule from all quarters.Granger the security expert may surface; however, he may not be able to call on British Senior Security Sector Reform Advisor, Mr Russell Combe, who served as his advisor. Relations with the UK have rather broken down since Granger has moved away from the rule of law (see above) and a system of parliamentary democracy. Guyanese are less safe than we have ever been, crime ranging from petty theft to murder have proliferated since 2015. Nowhere is safe, schoolchildren are held up at gunpoint, home invasions and murders are commonplace and store owners live in fear of ‘customers’. The establishment of a Venezuelan homestead on Guyanese soil is an error that may yet blow up in our faces literally. We can do without Granger’s security ‘expertise’, the plethora of attendance and completion certificates non-withstanding.The Auditor General’s reports delivered to Parliament on the 30th September 2019 are of great interest to the people of the nation; if/when Parliament comes out of recess, these reports will have to be laid and made public for examination by the people’s representatives. There have been no audited reports for NICIL or GuySuCo since 2015. The $30 billion GuySuCo bond is being frittered away without any of the capitalisations of projects being undertaken; no routine expenses are being paid from the bond, the location and allocation of bond funds remain mysteries that the AG’s reports may shed light upon. Granger ‘the transparency advocate’ will not fly.David Granger visited the Amerindian village of Pakuri, or as he insensitively referred to it “St Cuthbert’s Mission”. Mr Granger was accompanied by a large contingent of heavily armed policemen in addition to his praetorian guard. Granger, the ‘Man of the People’, will not fly.The arrest of social media guru Alston Stewart on his way to Guyana is a blow to the Mark Kirton team working out of the Bertram Collins campus. This team is currently bombarding the populace with ads containing glorious tales of the Brigadier and Mrs Granger as they save the world for snails and whales— with ads of roads yet to be built as a ‘promise kept’. The harsh economic reality precludes belief in such delusions no amount of sponsored ads will fool Guyanese into voting for the incompetent incumbent.Editor, the tale of the Granger administration is one of lavish lifestyles: jet setting’ high salaries, plenty perks, abuse of power, little work and corruption with impunity, corruption on a super large scale that defies belief. Mr Granger has a credibility problem that cannot be solved with slogans and jingles; Granger’s lack of ability to govern effectively has been thoroughly exposed and he has no leg left upon which to stand before the populace and proclaim his worthiness to be President of the Republic ever again.The PPP is carefully rolling out its manifesto which contains the plans behind the promises, for should they let it out carelessly, it will be grabbed by Granger’s APNU/AFC and touted as their own; after all, the CJIA as an International hub, Guyana as an oil producing country, the Marriott as a centre for commercial tourism and conferences, a bridge over the Berbice river, a paved road from Georgetown to Lethem— those were all whose ideas and projects again? I cannot wait to see how Granger manifests himself for the 2020 presidential run and what false promises accompany him.Respectfully,Robin Singh
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESurfer attacked by shark near Channel Islands calls rescue a ‘Christmas miracle’WHITTIER – The Boys and Girls Club of Whittier will serve a traditional Thanksgiving dinner to more than 150 of its members and their parents this evening at the club headquarters on Greenleaf Avenue. The meal will include pumpkin and apple pies from Polly’s Pies and the Washington Avenue Marie Callender’s restaurants; turkeys donated by Theola Kirschenbaum, a member of the club’s board of directors; and rolls from Albertsons. CHP steps up holiday patrols SANTA FE SPRINGS – The California Highway Patrol on Wednesday began stepping up it enforcement efforts in an effort to keep scofflaws off the roads over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, authorities said. The “maximum enforcement period,” during which all available officers are assigned patrol functions, began at 6 p.m. Wednesday and extends through Sunday night at midnight, officials said. “Obey the speed limit, don’t drink and drive, and be sure to buckle up,” said CHP Capt. Bill Dance. “Officers will be working hard to enforce seat belt use, and to remove individuals from the road who are determined to be under the influence.” Tree-lighting event planned for Dec. 1 WHITTIER – Rick’s Drive In and Out on Greenleaf Avenue at the corner of Penn Street is inviting the community to the 12th annual Christmas Tree Grand Illumination in their parking lot Dec. 1. The evening’s festivities will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a tree-lighting ceremony at Whittier City Hall on Penn Street at Founders Avenue. The Whittier High School Marching Brigade will then lead a procession, including Santa Claus in a horse-drawn carriage, to Rick’s via Washington Avenue, Bailey Street, Comstock Avenue and Penn Street. At Rick’s, attorney Craig Willford will emcee the program including music by the high school band, introduction of special guests, followed by the grand illumination of Rick’s tree. Christmas Homes Tour on sale now WHITTIER – Christmas Carousel will be presented Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 by the Assistance League of Whittier, featuring a Home Tour Thursday from 3 to 9 p.m. and Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., including gifts for sale and food items, plus an opportunity to win a “Gardener’s” quilt at the final location. Carousel tickets are $25 each. For information, call (562) 693-6533. – From staff reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WHITTIER – Former Whittier Mayor Jack Mele and Whittier City Library Director Paymaneh Maghsoudi will be the community grand marshals in the 52nd Annual Whittier Uptown Christmas Parade Saturday Dec. 2, starting at 10 a.m. The parade will start on Greenleaf Avenue at Hadley Street and will include 20 marching bands, floats, a wide variety of area dignitaries, equestrian units, many community organizations and Santa Claus. The parade route is south on Greenleaf Avenue, east on Mar Vista Street to its disbanding location at Washington Avenue. Thanksgiving meal to be served today
19 August 2003The Bafokeng nation in North West – one of the richest tribes that occupies its own land in the country – on Saturday witnessed the enthronment of Kgosi Leruo Tshekedi Molotlegi as the 36th paramount ruler of the 800-year-old kingdom.The ceremony was attended by high-profile local and international dignitaries as well as members of the 300 000-strong nation at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Phokeng, near Rustenburg.The third of six children, Kgosi Molotlegi’s ascendance to the kingship is by birth and the Bafokeng laws of succession.Known as the “People of the Dew”, the Bafokeng nation currently spans 44 farms and extends over 70 000 hectares. The kingdom is sub-divided into 72 traditional dikgoro (wards), each of which is regulated by a hereditary dikgosana (headman) and mmadikgosana (headman’s wife).Located on the mineral-rich Merensky Reef, the Bafokeng kingdom has an abundance of chrome reserves and the world’s second-largest platinum deposits.An agreement reached between several mining companies and the Royal Bafokeng administration resulted in the Bafokeng receiving compensation payments and annual royalties from the mining companies that extract minerals from the land.In 1999 the late Kgosi Lebone Mollwane Molotlegi II won a 10-year legal battle for royalty payments from Impala Platinum Holdings (Implats) – amounting to an estimated R827-million at the end of the 2002 financial year – which began mining platinum on Bafokeng soil in the 1960s.Royalties were raised to 22% from 1998, and the Bafokeng were given one million Implats shares, worth about R250-million today, and a seat on Implats’ board, which is currently occupied by the new king.The Bafokeng have formed Royal Bafokeng Resources Holdings (RBR) to manage the mining-related interests of the nation – including its 43.9% shareholding in SA Chrome and Alloys, the only ferrochrome producer listed on the JSE Securities Exchange.The Bafokeng have used their income from mining to build schools, roads, clinics and other infrastructure such as a sports complex incorporating a soccer stadium with an athletics track, an Olympic-size swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball courts and a gymnasium. Almost all the infrastructure has been planned, designed and funded by the Royal Bafokeng.The Bafokeng king has devised Vision 2020, a programme which aims to foster sustainable development for the Bafokeng through the effective use of resources.The king has said he will strive, as part of the vision, to move the Bafokeng mindset away from work-seeking employees to job-creating employers, and to transform their economy from a resource-based into a knowledge-based one.Kgosi Leruo is a member of the Mineral Rights Association of Indigenous People of South Africa, and holds a degree in architecture and urban planning from the University of Natal.SouthAfrica.info reporter
14 February 2008South Africa’s transport and logistics infrastructure projects are progressing well, Public Enterprises Minister Alec Erwin told journalists in Cape Town on Monday, detailing the government’s plans for road maintenance, rail upgrades, taxi recapitalisation and the development of mass transit public transport networks.Erwin said the efficient and timely rollout of the country’s various infrastructure programmes was crucial to ensure that the government met its economic growth and poverty alleviation goals.He said the government had allocated R7.7-billion for the rollout of the taxi recapitalisation programme that aims to improve safety and help formalise South Africa’s taxi industry, with the target of scrapping and replacing 80% of the old taxi fleet by 2010.“The scrapping of taxis commenced in 2006 and to date more than 13 261 old taxi vehicles have been scrapped, amounting to payments of over R663-million,” he said.South Africa also plans to rehabilitate, maintain and preserve road infrastructure with the help of a budget allocation that has been raised from R600-million to R2.2-billion.Rail transportIn addition, the South African Rail Commuter Corporation is working towards ensuring that rail services support the integrated transport plans developed by the government.“Metrorail express services will be deployed effectively as part of our transport operation plans for both the Confederations Cup in 2009 and ultimately the 2010 Fifa World Cup,” Erwin said. “We have committed almost R10-billion to upgrade both rolling stock and infrastructure over the next three years.”In another programme, over 1 700 rail police have been deployed countrywide a further 5 000 officers are to be deployed by 2010.A further investment in rail infrastructure to the value of R16-billion is expected for the refurbishment and overhaul of coaches as the rail safety management system is implemented.South Africa has also developed a strategy to revitalise non-core rail lines to ensure the economic sustainability of small towns and rural communities, the minister said.Integrated, rapid public transportRegarding the public transport strategy, Erwin said the Cabinet had approved key projects aimed at achieving the goal of mass transit public transport networks.An essential feature of the strategy deals with a phased extension of the mode-based vehicle recapitalisation into integrated rapid public transport networks, which comprises rapid rail and bus rapid transit (BRT) priority corridors especially in major cities.Erwin said the Public Transport Infrastructure and System Fund had been allocated an amount of R9.2-billion between now and 2010 to fund projects including the Khulani Corridor, the N1 and N2 toll highway, the Rea Vaya BRT system in Johannesburg, the Sani Pass Road between South Africa and Lesotho and the BRT network in Pretoira.Airports Company South Africa, meanwhile, is developing the country’s airport infrastructure in line with passenger growth through its R19.3-billion capital expenditure programme, with passenger numbers expected to increase to 31-million by 2012.Smaller provincial airports are also being upgraded to meet growth demands, Erwin said.Source: BuaNews
Founder: e’PapWhy is Basil a Social Innovator?Industrial chemist by day and social entrepreneur by night, Basil Kransdorff has been hailed as a pioneer in food engineering. Basil is the founder of e’Pap, a pre-cooked maize meal that delivers the nutrients of a 10-course meal in a single portion.Not only is e’Pap full of nutrients, it was also formulated to improve the ability of the body to digest food. This is especially beneficial for HIV-positive or malnourished people.e’Pap is a super food that reaches the masses across Africa and has changed the lives of many undernourished or terminally ill people who could not otherwise afford essential food stuffs for themselves or their families.In his own words .“People often believe that products developed in Africa are inferior. We are very proud that we’ve created a state of the art product that we know is going to change the future road map of our continent.”Fast Factse’Pap started as a single project in the Johannesburg General Hospital eight years ago and is now distributed to 15 countries across Africa.Weight gains of between two and five kilograms are reported within five to 10 days of consuming e’Pap, while marked improvements in energy and concentration, sleep habits and skin condition have also been clinically observed.e’Pap is 29 times more nutritionally dense than refined maize and is packed with 28 micro and macro nutrients.Over the last eight years, over 42-million food portions of e’Pap has been delivered via community-based structures across the African continent.A single portion of e’Pap will cost between R1 and R2 a day.How can I help?To find out more about e’Pap and how you can contribute, send Basil an e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org.Story published on SAinfo on 27 June 2008.Source: Brand South Africa