Chemco Limited (CHEM.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Chemicals sector has released it’s 2010 interim results for the half year.For more information about Chemco Limited (CHEM.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Chemco Limited (CHEM.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Chemco Limited (CHEM.mu) 2010 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileChemco Limited specialises in the formulation, manufacturing, blending and trading of chemicals. The company operates as one of the subsidiaries of Harel Mallac & Co. Ltd. Chemco Limited company engages in the production and sale of agro chemicals, specialty chemicals and consumer goods. Chemco Limited is headquartered in Port Louis, Mauritius. Chemco Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
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Tagged with: competition £150 for small charities with Small Charities WeekSmall Charities Week has launched its #ILoveSmallCharities Day social media competition for 2019, with competitions running on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to help raise the profile of small charities with cash prizes for the winners. Entrants need to take a photo of themselves holding up a poster that reads: “I love (your charity’s name) because (why you love them)”, and post it to either Twitter, Instagram, the Small Charity Week Facebook page or all three, including the #ILoveSmallCharities hashtag. The winning charity on each channel will win £150. 546 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis10 About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. £1,000 for local charitiesGloucestershire charities could also win £1,000 by nominating a local business that has helped them in the past year for a Local Business Charity Award. The closing date is 12 July and there are two chances to win £1,000 – through the The Jelf Award, which is open to any local Gloucestershire charity with an annual turnover of more than £200,000, and The Ageas Award – open to any local Gloucestershire charity with an annual turnover of less than £200,000 a year. There are also Local Business Charity Awards in Oxfordshire, North Yorkshire, Cumbria and Berkshire with more information on each available on the site. Free video campaign for a charity in Wales with RockadoveTo celebrate going into its 10th year, Rockadove Video Production is giving away a video campaign worth £10,000 to a third sector organisation working in Wales. For the 2019 Third Sector Video Prize, Rockadove is asking charities, social enterprises and not-for-profits in Wales to get in touch about their next big project, an issue they face, or a policy you need to promote. If Rockadove thinks video can help, the organisation could win a complete video campaign. Here are some of the competitions currently open for entries and benefitting charities – either through charities entering themselves, or via nominations. Melanie May | 23 April 2019 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis10 Free charity event from Jupiter HotelsJupiter Hotels is offering a charity event at Mercure Maidstone Great Danes Hotel this September. The event will include a two-course meal for up to 150 guests in its Hollingbourne Suite, or the winning charity can go large in its Heart of Kent Suite for £15 per extra guest up to 300 people. All entrants have to do is tell Mercure the name of the chosen charity and registered charity number, the reason why they have chosen to raise money for this charity, and any other details about other charity events they have hosted in the past. Coaching scholarships from Henley & Third Sector magazineHenley has announced its first coaching scholarship competition with media partner Third Sector Magazine for a full scholarship for the Professional Certificate in Coaching (PCiC) programme at Henley worth £5,450. The scholarship is funded by the Marshall Goldsmith Bursary run by Henley, which is specifically for those working in the not for profit or charity sectors. The closing date has been extended to Friday 26 April 2019. Charity competitions round up £2,000 for Gloucestershire-based charitiesThe Local Answer is running a number of competitions to celebrate its 10th anniversary year, giving Gloucestershire-based charities and not-for-profit organisations the chance to win £2,000 each time. Nominees just need to send in the charity’s name and registered charity number if applicable to TLA Charity at The Local Answer, with the first closing date 31 May. 545 total views, 2 views today
New York CityAll across the globe, the greedy hands of U.S. imperialism are outstretched, exploiting the resources of nations (mostly in the global South), via unjustified “wars on terror” or using countless U.S. military bases in countries outside of the United States.The U.S. has over 800 military bases in over 70 countries around the world, including in Kuwait, south Korea, Aruba, Kenya, Qatar, the Philippines and Colombia, just to name a few of them, with 113 bases in Japan alone, according to military scholar David Vine, in a 2016 report. (tinyurl.com/y9tstm55)It’s likely the U.S. has more military structures overseas than any other nation or empire that has ever existed in human history, according to Vine’s report. That is simply appalling, considering that the U.S. will only have existed for 241 years this coming July 4.These bases are for invading countries and exploiting land and labor. U.S military personnel stationed outside of the U.S., often on a completely different continent, have created and will continue to create resentment against imperialism. This resentment has turned deadly and has cost thousands of lives since the start of the new millennium alone.The key reason that Osama bin Laden, the late leader of al-Qaida (who himself was killed by U.S. Navy Seals invading Afghanistan), wrote two fatwas, one in 1996 and one in 1998, that called on Muslims worldwide to kill U.S. Americans, is directly because of the presence of U.S military bases in Saudi Arabia. Thus, U.S. military occupation can be blamed for the Sept. 11, 2001, destruction of the World Trade Center buildings and the loss of nearly 3,000 lives in the first place.In the aftermath of 9/11, the late President Saddam Hussein’s Iraq issued a statement charging that “the American cowboys are reaping the fruit of their crimes against humanity.” (cnn.com, Sept. 12, 2001) Hussein himself, as well as all Iraq, would be victims of the imperialist U.S. war machine within 19 months of the 9/11 attacks. President George W. Bush accused Iraq of possessing “weapons of mass destruction” and then proceeded to invade Iraq under the false premise of looking for weapons that weren’t even there.The U.S. military invading Iraq may as well have been looking for the tooth fairy. Oh wait … They were looking for something that actually was there: oil.Clarifying imperialismJust to be clear, the U.S. is not the only imperialist nation and not the only nation that exploits the resources of other countries. Also, having military bases on foreign land is not the only way for a nation to engage in imperialistic practices.Private banks and corporations can establish themselves in foreign lands in an attempt to control a piece of those economic markets, establish monopolies in the colonized lands through the concentration of capital and production, and place themselves in a position to export profits from the stolen land.Britain, France, Germany and Japan’s ruling classes also exploit labor and extract resources from other countries, accumulating profits from the commodities produced and sold. Britain’s rulers still have their greedy hands on the north of Ireland, the Bahamas and Bermuda, just to name a few places. Japan, which occupied all of Korea and a huge portion of eastern China until World War II, still exploits through its industry and banks. Germany has military personnel and military apparatuses in African nations such as Tanzania and Cameroon, and dominates the economies of much of Eastern Europe. U.S. imperialism is not alone in stealing land or dominating economies to accumulate profit.To expand the capital that these imperialist ruling classes already have — which they have in the first place due to the workers inside their nations working their asses off to make them filthy rich — the governments of the imperialist countries and/or private companies take the following steps: they colonize land that doesn’t belong to them to exploit low-wage labor; they gain access to new, foreign economic markets; they influence if not outright control the foreign governments; they influence the religious preferences of the Indigenous people; and with blatant racism they impose the belief that the colonizing peoples are superior to the ones they are colonizing.Not surprisingly, the previously mentioned imperialist nations support each other in exploiting their victims. An example: When 9/11 happened, the governments of Germany, France, Britain and Japan all supported the U.S “war on terror” and invasion of Afghanistan in 2001. Though France and Germany refused to join the 2003 U.S.-British invasion of Iraq, they later aided Iraq’s occupation.France continues to exploit African nations while the U.S. and Great Britain compete for their own share of the spoils. All of these imperialist ruling classes turn their back on the workers, who toil for shit wages under dangerous, even fatal conditions. Imperialism is deadly; it is greedy and cruel by design; it is something that a socialist revolution will have to eradicate from the face of the Earth.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Mercedes Lopez Acea, Cuba’s new president, Miguel Díaz-Canel, and Raúl Castro.Havana — More than 70 allies of Cuba living in the U.S. celebrated International Workers’ Day in Havana on May 1. These activists participated in the 13th International May Day Brigade and spent two weeks in Cuba, learning about the 1959 revolution and engaging with its legacy. More than 300 people from 31 nations traveled to Cuba to join the brigade.Cuba’s famous May Day celebration began at 7:30 a.m. on May 1 with the major address by General Secretary Ulises Guilarte de Nacimiento of the Workers’ Central Union of Cuba. He spoke about the ongoing revolutionary engagement of workers and their unions throughout Cuba, the need to preserve collective bargaining power domestically and internationally, and the ongoing demands to end the U.S. blockade and to return the territory in Guantánamo illegally occupied by the U.S. military.Following these remarks, Cubans began their march through Revolution Square. Nearly a million Cuban workers, soldiers, farmers, retirees and students took their places as early as 4 a.m. to be able to walk shoulder-to-shoulder through their nation’s capital city. All public institutions and industry were closed for the holiday, allowing for the high attendance at the event. Privately owned businesses remained open at the discretion of individual owners.Marchers held a banner spanning the width of the crowd reading “80 Años de Principios, Unidad e Historia,” which translates to “80 Years of Principles, Unity and History.” This slogan alludes to the revolutionary past of Cuba and calls for a continuation of the revolutionary process into coming decades.The air was filled with the live music of a large band that performed on the southern side of the square. They played songs, well-known by Cubans, celebrating the revolution and urging its continuation.Brigade members stood and danced at the foot of Cuban hero José Martí’s memorial on the northern side of the plaza as the march went by. Special guests joined them, including medical students from ELAM, the Latin American School of Medicine, who hailed from such nations as Palestine and South Africa.Nearby, the Cuban 5 — Gerardo Hernández, Antonio Guerrero, Ramón Labañino, Fernando González and René González — celebrated with their families. The Cuban 5 were political prisoners in the U.S. who were returned to their home in December 2014 as part of a prisoner exchange.Not far from them, Miguel Díaz-Canel, Cuba’s newly elected president, and Raúl Castro, former president and hero of the revolution, waved and sang throughout the morning. Raúl wore military fatigues and at one point stepped away from the march, only to return a few minutes later wearing a wide-brimmed straw hat to block the heat and sun.Workers and students carried banners identifying their workplaces and schools. Many were elaborately painted and stretched 20 feet or more. Others carried large Cuban flags and pictures of Fidel Castro or Che Guevara. Some marchers waved rainbow Pride flags.Brigade members greeted marchers with banners of their own, expressing solidarity with Cubans as they struggled against U.S. imperialism and articulated unity between the workers and their international unions and the workers and their unions in Cuba. The U.S. delegation had painted a banner stating, “U.S.A. People Say Cuba Si, Bloqueo No! No U.S. Blockade of Cuba! U.S. Out of Guantánamo!” They attached it to a wooden barrier so it was visible to marchers as they passed.The AFL-CIO of California also displayed a banner, which read, “Solidaridad Entre Los Trabajadores! Cuba Y California, Saludos de los Trabajadores del AFL-CIO en California!” which in English reads “Solidarity Among Workers! Cuba and California, Greetings from the AFL-CIO Workers in California!” In 2016, the California AFL-CIO passed a resolution to actively show solidarity with Cuba and its workers. As an extension of that, elected representatives from the California AFL-CIO participated in 2017 and 2018 international brigades.The march lasted more than two hours and never dipped in enthusiasm. At the end, workers, soldiers, farmers, students and retirees held dozens of Cuban flags, faced the José Martí memorial and special guests Miguel Díaz-Canel, Raúl Castro and the international brigade, and sang The Internationale. Those facing the marchers waved their own national flags and sang in unison in their own languages.This year’s International May Day brigade was the second since the beginning of direct commercial flights from the U.S. to Cuba. It also had record high participation from people in the U.S. If the flights remain, it’s expected that U.S. participation will continue to increase. However, given recent warmongering from the U.S. president, this scenario is in jeopardy. This was widely cited by many from the U.S. as motivation to travel to Cuba and participate in the brigade for International Workers’ DayAfter witnessing the resilient, revolutionary spirit of the Cuban people, and knowing the crushing grip U.S. imperialism has on the island, many U.S. participants committed to work to end the blockade and expel the U.S. military from Guantánamo upon returning home.To reserve your place for next year’s brigade, write to [email protected]e thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Question Candidates on America’s Energy Future The nation is now in an election-cycle that will determine national, state and local offices. And it’s an excellent opportunity to determine where candidates for these seats stand on the energy issues that impact our economy, our security and our environment.25x’25 invites all renewable energy advocates to join the Alliance’s nearly 1,000 endorsing partners in vetting all candidates for public office on their positions on renewable energy policy, as well as make them familiar with the 25x’25 Vision.America’s working lands can provide 25 percent of our energy from renewable resources like wind, solar, and biofuels by the year 2025, all while continuing to produce safe, affordable and abundant food, feed and fiber. This is a viable and economically feasible goal that has gained Congressional support by being adopted as part of the 2007 Energy Act signed into law by former President Bush.Even during this time of fiscal restraint, political support of investments in programs, funding mechanisms or tax policies that accelerate the growth of the renewable energy that sector can create jobs and boost the economy, reduce our dependence on foreign oil and enhance our national security, and improve our environment.The 25x’25 Alliance wants to encourage all to engage candidates at every level as they campaign within each state, county or municipality, asking them specific, direct questions about their support for the development of renewable forms of energy. In the process, advocates can ensure that renewable energy production is at the forefront of every candidate’s platform and that they understand their constituents are passionate about their ability to contribute to a 25x’25 vision.And why shouldn’t they? The evidence of contributions renewable energy make to our economy and quality of life is well documented. Information available to voters who approach candidates is readily available. That includes the report, 25% Renewable Energy for the United States by 2025: An Analysis on Jobs Created By Meeting This Goal, which shows that achieving the 25x’25 goal has the potential to spark $646 billion in additional economic activity, the creation of more than 4.7 million jobs, and up to $37 billion in additional revenues for agriculture and forestry.Also available is a handy reference guide, Renewable Energy Growing by Leaps and Bounds – Snapshots of Renewable Energy Development, that highlights the surging growth experienced in the since 2000.There is an assortment of measurements that underscore the success of the renewable energy sector, including the fact that the share of U.S. energy consumption that comes from renewables, which was 9.3 percent in 2011, has grown by 30 percent in just four years. Advanced biofuels are on the verge of commercial realization, built on the success of ethanol, which makes up some 10 percent of the nation’s fuel supply, and the biodiesel industry, which far exceeded federal Renewable Fuels Standard requirements by producing more than 1.1 billion gallons. U.S. wind power installed capacity as reached nearly 50 gigawatts, U.S. installed biopower capacity exceeds 13,000 megawatts, and solar PV capacity in the United States is nearly 4,000 MW, all representing exponential increases over the past five years.It is important to know where candidates stand on the issue of renewable energy. By asking them questions that require thoughtful and complete answers, 25x’25 partners and their renewable energy allies can help support and expand the energy solutions that can be delivered from our nation’s farms, ranches and forests. The 25x’25 Alliance invites you share your experience in candidate-engagement. E-mail us at [email protected]×25.org.Source: the 25x’25 Blog SHARE By Andy Eubank – Apr 22, 2012 Facebook Twitter SHARE Home Energy Question Candidates on America’s Energy Future Facebook Twitter Previous articleGood Indiana Planting Progress and Tomatoes are Next in the SouthNext articleGary Wilhelmi Weekly Column Andy Eubank
Previous articleTrump Nominates Brashears for Top Food-Safety Post at USDANext articleFarm Loan Rates Edging Higher Gary Truitt Proof God Really Loves Us By Gary Truitt – May 7, 2018 Facebook Twitter SHARE May is National Beef Month; and, in my opinion, beef is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy. Just take a well-cut and trimmed steak, cook to perfection, and you will see what I mean. Now my vegan friends, well actually I don’t have any vegan friends, but if I did, they would say I am not eating sustainably and am negatively impacting the world’s environment. Those in the anti-animal agriculture crowd have lots of statistics they trot out to show how environmentally bad livestock agriculture is. They paint an idyllic picture of how our world and diets would be better off without meat.Thank goodness for a new research report that that shows this is simply not the case and proves that eating meat is environmentally responsible and sustainable. USDA’s Agricultural Research Service and Virginia Tech just published a study in the Proceedings of National Academies of Sciences confirming that a food production system of both meat and plants is a healthy and sustainable food system. Vegans and vegetarians like to make a lot of noise about how much greenhouse gas animals produce. The new study does confirm that, if we were to do away with livestock, we’d reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. by 2.6 percent, and 0.36 percent globally. But the study points out that such a move would have some very undesirable consequences, stating, “We’d also upset our balanced food ecosystem and lack essential dietary nutrients to feed all Americans.”One fact often overlooked by non-meat eaters is that animals play an important role in taking inedible food and, ultimately, making it nutritious. Specifically, cattle act as upcyclers — meaning they eat grasses and plant matter and upgrade them into nutritional, high-quality protein. In fact, they produce 19 percent more edible protein than they consume.Land use is another argument often used by the green leafy crowd, yet the study points out livestock production makes productive use of land that would not otherwise be useful. It states, “More than 85 percent of the land where we graze cattle is not suitable for growing crops because it is too rocky, steep and/or arid to support cultivated agriculture.”Another unintended consequence of eliminating animal agriculture is that organic food production would decline. This is because the major fertilizer source for organic producers is livestock manure. Thus, a system of plant and animal food production is codependent and sustainable.Dr. Sara Place, senior director, sustainable beef production research at NCBA, advocates that a balanced and varied food production system is desirable and sustainable, “Rather than continuing to debate what needs to come off our dinner plate all together, let’s start focusing our attention on making the whole plate better. The social battle underway about what type of agriculture is best (local vs. non-local, vegan vs. omnivore, organic vs. conventional, grass-fed vs. grain-fed) is getting us nowhere. We need it all for a resilient food system that provides choice and affordable, nutritional options.”So, during National Beef Month, enjoy the well-marbled product of this sustainable and eco-friendly system. Remember, God loves you and wants you to be happy, that is why He created steak and fire to cook it.By Gary Truitt SHARE Facebook Twitter Home Commentary Proof God Really Loves Us
+ posts Joey McReynoldshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/joey-mcreynolds/ Joey McReynoldshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/joey-mcreynolds/ Facebook Twitter Joey McReynolds ReddIt Previous articleLarge Crowds Expected at ColonialNext articleFort Worth Bike Sharing celebrates expansion at new Stockyards station. Joey McReynolds RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Joey McReynoldshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/joey-mcreynolds/ Fort Worth to present development plan for Berry/University area near TCU Linkedin ReddIt Trump to appear at Fort Worth Convention Center Joey McReynoldshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/joey-mcreynolds/ Grains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store The109: senior minister at University Christian Church announces resignation Facebook Linkedin Twitter printA new baseball facility was among the many topics discussed at this month’s final City Council meeting.The meeting was held on Tuesday, May 19th at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall.Among the items on the agenda was a proposal to fund a new baseball academy.According to the City Council agenda, Pop’s Baseball Academy will open at an existing property on 3701 Cockrell Avenue. The property is situated along Granbury Road near South University Drive.The property owner plans to invest an estimated $496,149 to re-develop an existing 1,800 square foot building. This would add an additional 15,000 square feet to build the academy with an outdoor baseball diamond.Ann Zedeh represents district nine, where the academy will be built. “We are really excited,” Zedeh said. “The project will be helping kids who otherwise wouldn’t get the chance to play baseball.”According to the project proposal, the value of the project after construction is estimated at $4,242 per year for a total of $21,210 over a five-year period. However, this could change upon the review of the Texas Appraisal District.Along with approving the baseball facility, the council recognized several groups in attendance.Mayor Betsy Price congratulated the members of council who were re-elected. This included the representatives from all districts except for district four. The current representative, Daniel Scarth lost the re-election to Carly Moon by a vote of 1, 520 to 2,266.“I am excited to continue working with all of you,” said Price. “Danny you and your expertise will surely be missed.”The council then recognized three Fort Worth schools on receiving the National Excellence in Urban Education Award. According to the organization’s website, the award is presented annually to the nation’s highest performing urban schools.City council also designated titles to certain days for the month of May. The council approved a proclamation to name May 18th-23rd as “Emergency Medical Service Week” to honor those serving in emergency response fields.Additionally, they named May 2015 “Motorcycle Awareness Month.” Members of various motorcycle organizations in Fort Worth were present to thank the council for their efforts to keep motorcycle drivers safe.The next council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 2nd. All meetings are open to the public. They are conducted three times a month at 7:00 p.m. Tuesdays in the Council Chamber at City Hall, 1000 Throckmorton Street. Fort Worth Firefighters Charities posts signs for drowning prevention month Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature Fort Worth set to elect first new mayor in 10 years Saturday
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the authorities to drop all charges against a journalist who was arrested while covering evictions of homeless people from a park in Oregon, and urges officers to respect journalists’ First Amendment right to report on police activity without fear of retaliation. News Help by sharing this information Police in Medford County, Oregon, arrested award-winning journalist April Ehrlich on September 22 for interviewing homeless people displaced by Oregon wildfires as officers swept their park encampment. Ehrlich, a reporter for NPR affiliate station Jefferson Public Radio and vice president of Oregon’s Society for Professional Journalists, had been on the scene since the early morning to document police enforcement of a 24-hour eviction notice. After Ehrlich declined to go to the police-designated “media staging area” at a park entrance, where it was impossible to fully observe interactions between officers and campers, police arrested her for proceeding to enter the zone being cleared. Ten other people were arrested at the scene the same day. Though Ehrlich was released later that afternoon, she faces baseless charges for second-degree criminal trespassing, interfering with a police officer and resisting arrest. If convicted on charges of interfering with a police officer and resisting arrest, Ehrlich could face $6,250 in fines and 364 days in prison. Second-degree criminal trespassing carries a prison term of 30 days and fines of up to $1,250. “It is appalling that the Medford Police arrested and brought criminal charges against April Ehrlich for reporting on a matter of public interest in a public park,” said Daphne Pellegrino, Advocacy Manager for RSF USA. “These charges should be dropped and the Medford Police Department should take steps to ensure authorities do not subject journalists to such punitive measures in the future.” The United States ranked 45th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2020 World Press Freedom Index. Organisation Receive email alerts Facebook’s Oversight Board is just a stopgap, regulation urgently needed, RSF says WhatsApp blocks accounts of at least seven Gaza Strip journalists NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say News Follow the news on United States RSF_en to go further United StatesAmericas September 28, 2020 – Updated on September 29, 2020 US — Journalist facing criminal charges for reporting on homeless encampment in Oregon April 28, 2021 Find out more United StatesAmericas News June 3, 2021 Find out more June 7, 2021 Find out more Robyn Beck / AFP News