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first_imgRender of the balconies on offer at Zinc, an eight-storey building with 73 apartments at Kirra.CONSTRUCTION of an eight-storey apartment complex at Kirra is due to start in a matter of weeks.Gold Coast-based builder Condev Construction won the tender to develop the project, called Zinc.CBRE residential director Nick Clydsdale said the builder was appointed last week. Render of Zinc, an eight-storey building with 73 apartments at Kirra.Mr Clydsdale said 50 of the apartments had been sold so far.He said they had attracted mostly buyers who already lived or had property on the Gold Coast. Render of the shared pool at Zinc.“That process is now taking place and construction will commence in the next six to eight weeks,” Mr Clydsdale said.He said construction was expected to be finished in about October, 2019.The Haig St development will have more than 70 one and two-bedroom apartments.Prices start from $399,000.It will be 200m from the beach and would feature an array of resident facilities including a pool, spa and sauna as well as an outdoor lounge and barbecues in the shared recreation area. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoRender of resident facilities. Render of the apartment kitchen and living area. Render of the resident facilities at Zinc, an eight-storey building with 73 apartments at Kirra. Render of the apartment living area.last_img read more

first_imgJouini has a long –term contract with the Qatar Football Association and works for CAF during a number of championships.Both men are in the company of the likes of Pierluigi Collina (Italy), Barry Neale (England); Batta Marc (France), Vicar Donald (Scotland) and David Elleray (England) as FIFA Technical Advisers.The world body works through three Referees Development Officers in Africa: Carlos Henriques (South Africa), El Shenawy (Egypt) and Megassa Sidi Bekaye (Mali).Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram World football-governing body, FIFA has retained Nigerian Linus Mba, a former FIFA referee, as its Technical Adviser in Africa for Refereeing.Mba, one of the finest ‘Gentlemen of the Whistle’ to have come out of Nigeria, and who is also NFF Consultant on Refereeing, is one of only two Africans retained in that position – the other is former Tunisian FIFA referee Neiji Jouini.Both men have been involved in FIFA development activities for close to two decades now.Mba, a Member of the CAF Referees Committee for 10 years, has continued to serve as Referee Instructor for FIFA and CAF, and has trained referees in virtually all English –speaking National Associations in the African continent. He also serves as Referee Assessor in top grade FIFA World Cup and Africa Cup of Nations qualifying matches, and is involved in general referee instruction programmes for CAF.last_img read more

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