SHARJAH, United Arab Emirates (CMC):Openers Johnson Charles and Andre Fletcher punished Zimbabwe with exhilarating unbeaten half-centuries to life West Indies to an emphatic 10-wicket victory in their second warm-up game here yesterday.Chasing 154 at Sharjah Cricket Stadium, West Indies romped to their target in the 13th over with Charles, belting 92 not out off 48 balls and Fletcher striking 56 not out off 33 deliveries.Zimbabwe had earlier tallied 152 for seven off their 20 overs, with the stylish Vusi Sibanda top-scoring with 64 and Sikandar Raza getting 23.The right-handed Sibanda, opening the batting, faced 56 balls and struck eight fours in adding 53 for the fifth wicket with Raza, who gathered a four and a six off 13 balls in his knock.Medium pacer Carlos Brathwaite was the best bowler with three for 23, while fellow seamers Dwayne Bravo (2-11) and Jerome Taylor (2-35) both finished with two wickets apiece.Charles and Fletcher then pummelled the Zimbabwe attack as West Indies cruised to their second win over the African side in three days.The right-handed Charles slammed 10 fours and six sixes while Fletcher, also a right-hander, counted five fours and three sixes.landmarkCharles reached his half-century in the eighth over off 27 balls with five fours and four sixes, while Fletcher raised his landmark off 31 deliveries in the 12th over.West Indies are preparing for the Twenty20 World Cup starting March 8 in India and will continue their preparation with another T20 warm-up against English County Warwickshire on Friday here.
Twenty-four-year-old Calvin Belgrave was on Monday remanded to prison by Magistrate Judy Latchman on a robbery under arms charge.Belgrave appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts where he denied that on November 2, 2018 at Brickdam and Cornhill Street, Georgetown, while being in the company of others and being armed with a knife, he robbed Delon Anderson of a Samsung cellphone valued $45,000 along with $2000.According to facts presented to the court, on November 2, the Virtual Complainant (VC) was standing on the road when he observed the defendant among others standing nearby. He was approached by the defendant, who asked him for $100, but the VC told him he had no money. The defendant reportedly pulled out a knife from his pocket and pointed it at the VC while removing his valuables. The defendant was later identified by the VC and arrested.Police Prosecutor Quinn Harris made objections to bail being granted, citing the seriousness of the charge.Magistrate Latchman remanded Belgrave to prison. The matter will continue on November 19, 2018.
Photo: Mayor Bruce Lantz, left, hands Ray Archambeault two proclamations for the Rick Hansen Wheels in Motion Committee – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.caCity Council announced on Monday that May 29th will be Access Awareness Day.- Advertisement -The Rick Hansen Wheels in Motion Committee will be partnering with the BC Social Planning and Research Committee and Measuring up the North, to bring awareness on accessibility within the community.Lori Slater was going to receive the proclamation from Council, but was unable to attend due to a health problem. So, her friend Ray Archambeault received it on her behalf.Meanwhile, Larry Evans prepared an unrelated Accessible and Visitable housing presentation to council. He attended a conference from April 6th-8th, on creating universally designed, healthy sustainable communities.He said he would like to see Fort St. John adopt a universal building code, so homes could be more accessible for everyone.Advertisement Councilor Christensen says he likes the idea of being prepared.[asset|aid=1362|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=07a5b7fbff8af9f5285d74298989c4d8-Christensen-1_2_Pub.mp3]The city will begin looking at options to make homes in the area more accessible.Council also announced that June 14th will be Rick Hansen Wheels in Motion Day. [asset|aid=1361|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=09e25270d86c41bcedde37630296699f-Evans -1_1_Pub.mp3]His presentation included ideas ranging from a no-step garage to increasing the size of a five foot by eight foot bathroom to 5 feet by 9 and a half feet.He says people that are thinking of building a home should think about the future. He says perhaps a family member would become disabled, or your child would become friends with a child in a wheelchair.He says every home should be equipped with at least one wheelchair accessible entrance. Evans says it’s important to think about these possible circumstances, because no one should have to move due to a disability.Advertisement
Over the weekend, a day was dedicated to stress the importance of equality.On Saturday June 4, SPARC B.C. held its’ annual Access Awareness Day, a campaign which takes place on the first Saturday of June, with intentions of raising awareness about disability, accessibility and social inclusion.- Advertisement -The campaign has been made possible by people who understand the importance of social inclusion and recognize that everyone has the right to participate in all aspects of human life, as well as to celebrate diversity within ones community.Access Awareness Day is a great opportunity to share success stories, recognize someone within the community, as well as to help put your community on the map.Although According to the SPARC B.C., Access Awareness Day is about more than just a single day. It is an opportunity to stress the importance of building a society where barriers and exclusions no longer exist and that independence, self-esteem and dignity are felt by everyone within the community.For more information on SPARC B.C.’s Access Awareness Day campaign, visit their official website. Advertisement
Yahya opened the scoring for the Zanzibaris who were playing their first match of the tournament, heading into the net a cross from Abdallah Salum Kheri in the 33rd minute with keeper Yves Kimenyi well beaten.Before the goal, it was a balanced affair with each team going up in attack. Rwanda had come close in the 25th minute when Innocent Nhsuti connected Hakizimana’s freekick at the edge of the box but it hit the upright, though the ref whistled for offside.Three minutes before his goal, Yahya had tried his luck from distance after wriggling past his marker and finding shooting space but the effort was way over.A minute to the break, Hakizimana who was trusted with set pieces had one from a decent scoring range, but he sent it straight to the keeper.Hey made changes right at the start of the second half, Mico Justine and Birahimire Abeddy coming in for Sekamana Maxime and Mbogo Ali.Rwanda’s Abeddy Birahimire (R) attempts to go past Zanzibar’s Ibrahim Mohammed Said during their CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup match at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on December 5, 2017. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluThe changes worked magic just a minute into the second stanza when Abeddy exchanged passes with Muhadjiri inside the box, the latter finding space unmarked at the far post to easily tap in.Abeddy had a close chance to make it 2-1 for the Rwandese when he raced in to a Fitina Omborenga cross from the right, but he glanced his header over unmarked inside the box.The Rwandese were made to pay for the missed chance in the 52nd minute when a lapse in defense saw Feisal Salum win the ball inside the box before cutting back to Juma who curled it past the keeper.Five minutes later, it was almost another equalizer for Rwanda when Omborenga had a great chance unmarked at the far post from Abeddy’s pass, but his shot was saved by the Zanzibar keeper.From a text book counter attack, the islanders put the game to rest with three minutes left, Khamis beating the keeper one on one after picking the ball on the right.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Zanzibar’s Abdul Aziz Makame (R) joins Kasim Suleiman Khamis (L) in celebrating his goal against Rwanda during their CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup match at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on December 5, 2017. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaMACHAKOS, Kenya, Dec 5- Antoine Hey paid the ultimate price for changing his entire squad as Rwanda lost their second consecutive CECAFA Senior Challenge match going down 3-1 to Zanzibar at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on Tuesday afternoon.Muhadjiri Hakizimana’s goal two minutes after the restart had cancelled out Mudathir Yahya’s first half goal for Zanzibar, but a defensive lapse saw Issa Juma score the second six minutes later while Khamis Suleiman struck the winner with four minutes left.
Listen again to today’s Paper Review Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Saturday’s newspapers…Manchester United would only consider allowing David de Gea to leave if Real Madrid offer a world-record fee for a goalkeeper. (Manchester Evening News)Tottenham opened talks to sign Victor Moses last night after the winger indicated that he was unsure about a return to Stoke City, where he played on loan last season from Chelsea. (The Times)Spurs could also complete the free transfer of FC Dnipro’s Ukrainian winger Yevhen Konoplyanka, 25, who will fly into London next week for talks. (Eurosport)Liverpool will make Italy Under-21 and Atalanta right-back Davide Zappacosta their second defensive signing of the summer. (Daily Express)Petr Cech is on the verge of completing his protracted £11m transfer to Arsenal from Chelsea, having undertaken his medical on Friday, but the north London club fear that they will be beaten to the signing of Southampton’s Morgan Schneiderlin by Manchester United. (The Guardian)Arsenal could make it a double raid on Chelsea with a surprise £8.5million move for one of their brightest young stars. The Gunners are on the verge of wrapping up an £11million move for Chelsea goalkeeping legend Petr Cech, but have also targeted young midfielder Charly Musonda. (Daily Express)Everton will continue to keep tabs on Manchester United midfielder Adnan Januzaj this summer. (Liverpool Echo)Tottenham are ready to reignite their interest in Kevin Mirallas with a bid of around £7million for the Everton wideman. (Daily Mirror)Aston Villa’s offer for Asmir Begovic has been dismissed as derisory by Stoke City. Stoke rate the Bosnia goalkeeper from £8 million to £10 million, but it is understood that Villa’s bid was around half of that valuation. (The Times)Manchester City are ready to exploit an astonishingly low buy-out clause in Fabian Delph’s new contract. (Daily Mirror)Robin van Persie is willing to leave Manchester United for regular football — but admits ‘her indoors’ will have the final say. (The Sun)Galatasaray have confirmed they are hoping to land Lukas Podolski from Arsenal. (Daily Mirror)West Ham United are reportedly closing in on the transfer of Monaco defender Aymen Abdennour. (Metro)Newcastle are ready to make a £12million bid for Anderlecht striker Aleksandar Mitrovic. (Daily Mirror)Sunderland have made an £8million offer for Dynamo Kiev forward Jeremain Lens. (Daily Mail)Dick Advocaat’s side are also preparing to test West Ham’s resolve with an improved offer for England winger Stewart Downing. The Black Cats have already had a £5million bid turned down. (Newcastle Chronicle)Swansea City have been linked with a move for Portuguese international Eder. (South Wales Evening Post)And here are the latest talkSPORT.com transfer tales…Fiorentina set to sign Chelsea star Mohamed Salah on loanJuventus join Manchester City in battle for Real Madrid star IscoReports – Newcastle star eyes summer exit amid Marseille rumoursLiverpool consider move for Italy Under-21 starLiverpool target in talks with Inter Milan, confirms agentBarcelona presidential election candidate Juan Laporta puts Paul Pogba signing top of his agendaEverton and Stoke City make approach for Barcelona starletCrystal Palace and Swansea set to fight it out for Sampdoria strikerTottenham set sights on another right-back as Miguel Lopes ‘closes in on White Hart Lane move’Real Madrid demanding £65million from Manchester United for Sergio RamosReports – Man United and Arsenal target agrees to leave JuventusBlow for Liverpool and Man United! La Liga manager insists star striker will not leave this summerReports – Newcastle make £12m bid for Liverpool and Tottenham target 1
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Mandise Skele creates a copper and silver bracelet as part of Mintek’s Kgabane jewellery training programme, which focuses on the manufacture of jewellery in South Africa using indigenous skills and traditional designs. (Image: MediaClubSouthAfrica.com. For more free images, visit the image library.) German Pikhoya, the CEO of Russian gold producer Polyus, has great respect for the South African mining industry. (Image: Janine Erasmus) MEDIA CONTACTS • Brand South Africa +27 11 483 0122 RELATED ARTICLES • Brics summit in the spotlight • South Africa at 2011 BRICS summit • Zuma: shared prosperity for all • Brics journos get to know SA Janine ErasmusBeneficiation was not an obstacle in Africa, but rather an opportunity, Bridgette Radebe, chair of the South African Mining Development Association, told delegates at the fifth BRICS summit at Durban’s International Convention Centre on Tuesday.Radebe said Africa was missing an opportunity when it exported minerals to other countries without first creating a finished product. “South Africa is a mining leader in terms of the life of mines as well as production but we are missing an opportunity to add value to our operations.”Top-level delegations from all five BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) are in Durban for the summit to talk about co-operation, development and economic growth. South Africa has been a BRICS member since 2010. World’s richestSouth Africa holds an estimated US$2.5-trillion (R23-trillion) of mineral resources, making it the world’s richest country in this regard, according to a 2010 report commissioned by US banking group Citigroup.The country also has the world’s largest reported reserves of gold, platinum group metals, chrome ore and manganese ore, and the second-largest reserves of zirconium, vanadium and titanium.Despite these assets, South Africa – along with other African countries – lags in mineral beneficiation, exporting its minerals as unprocessed ore rather than higher-value finished products.“Many countries that are resource-rich seek to improve their revenue through taxation. They should consider that beneficiation may be a more effective option,” said Abiel Mngomezulu, the chief executive and president of Johannesburg-based mineral processing company Mintek, and moderator of the panel discussion on beneficiation.According to Deloitte, the gross revenue from sales of all minerals in South Africa for the 2010 financial year amounted to $24.5-billion (R227-billion). But only $9-billion (R86-billion) was generated from processing base metals, precious metals and other minerals. Job creationSouth Africa’s government has named beneficiation as a priority for job creation and economic growth. In 2011 it released a strategy that identified policies, legislation and incentives that could be put in place to grow the industry and give the country a greater competitive edge. Beneficiation is one of six focus areas in the New Growth Path, which aims to create five-million new jobs by 2020.Beneficiation lends itself to helping countries move ahead through job creation, technology advancement, skills transfer, and research and development, Sipho Nkosi, the chief executive of JSE-listed mining group Exxaro, said.“Under colonialism or imperialism, BRICS nations were not viewed as countries that should industrialise – instead the powers took what commodities they could and shipped them home. Now the world realises that we have to develop our own industries.”To successfully meet the challenge of building a beneficiation industry, he said South Africa needed to invest in resources – capital, power, infrastructure, skills and education. South-South co-operationCo-operation between BRICS countries could help this along. “Investment in Africa is one of our top priorities, and South-South co-operation will improve the African economy,” said Jiang Huicheng, the president of China’s First Investment Holding Group.Jiang said investment in mining would have the added effect of boosting crucial infrastructure such as rail networks. “We strongly support local industry,” he said.Jiang dismissed rumours that China planned to strip Africa of its mineral resources. “Our long-term target is to help African countries and also give small and medium enterprises a hand, and we are committed to this. We have been investing in Africa for over a decade.”China’s African investment was around $15-billion (R139-billion) in 2011, he said. In 2010, the country had more than 10 projects with an investment of more than $100-million (R926-million).Jiang cautioned that the environment for this kind of investment in Africa was not yet optimal. “Governments must show support for the mineral industry to attract more foreign investment.” Available incentivesThe South African government has singled out 10 minerals which it believes have the greatest potential for value through beneficiation: chromium, manganese, coal and uranium, nickel, diamonds, platinum, gold, titanium, iron ore and vanadium.There are five value chains associated with these commodities, namely:• Energy commodities (coal, uranium and thorium)• Iron and steel (iron ore, chromium and manganese)• Pigment and titanium production (titanium and vanadium)• Autocatalytic converters and diesel particulate filters (platinum)• Jewellery fabrication (diamonds, gold and platinum)Radebe said there are tremendous opportunities in hydrogen fuel cell production.“This is part of the green revolution, and the future of energy supply,” she said. “The energy production process is silent, combustion-free and better for the environment. There are implications for residential, automotive and other sectors, and we expect that by 2015 the technology will be commercialised.”Radebe, who is founder of Mmakau Mining, said there were a range of government-driven incentives available to beneficiation companies and to both greenfield and brownfield initiatives. Incentives and benefits included tax reductions, the development of transport corridors and special economic zones, as well as training allowances.The Department of Science and Technology also offered incentives for research and development, she said. Mining’s superpowerOther countries are quick to tap into South African mining expertise.“Many of our recent improvements have been led by people with a South African background,” said German Pikhoya, the chief executive of Russia’s Polyus, one of the world’s biggest gold producers with the third-biggest reserves on earth.The company’s chief operating officer is James Nieuwenhuys, who learned his trade at the Gencor Pomfret Mine and then De Beers, where he was project engineer for the development of the Venetia open-pit diamond mine in Limpopo.“His input helped us to increase our gold output,” said Pikhoya, “and it has been so positive that we will probably internationalise our team even more.”Polyus is also co-operating with Mintek, he said. “We view South Africa as a mining superpower.”
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Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details. This article is only available to GBA Prime Members Start Free Trial Already a member? Log in Bruce Harley is a Vermont energy consultant and heat-pump specialist. To GBA readers, he is probably best known as the author of the Taunton book, Insulate and Weatherize — one of the best available books on residential energy retrofit work.As the recent Better Buildings By Design conference in Burlington, Vermont, Harley shared a wealth of information on ductless and ducted minisplits. The title of his February 8 presentation was “Real-Life Air Source Heat Pump Performance Testing: Results and Reasons.”Since Harley left his longtime job at Conservation Services Group, he’s been working as an independent consultant. Harley told the audience, “Now 90 percent of my work is related to heat pumps.” Asian manufacturers have developed models for cold climates Until recently, North American homeowners’ opinions of heat pumps were strongly influenced by the unimpressive performance of U.S.-made forced-air units designed for warm climates.Harley explained, “Air-source heat pumps got a lot of bad press in the 1980s. Occupants noticed they cost a lot to run because of the electric-resistance heaters. Back in 2012, when I wanted to install a ductless minisplit at my house in Vermont, a contractor told me, ‘A heat pump won’t heat your house in Vermont. Maybe if you were in Texas in Oklahoma.’”Japanese engineers have revolutionized the market for heat pumps, however, by improving their units’ cold-climate performance. “Ductless split-system heat pumps have been in mass production for 40 years,” Harley noted. “The technology has made steady advances. Now they are optimized for cold weather. It’s a rapidly growing market. Most of these heat pumps do not have an electric-resistance heater. Lots of people are installing one in an existing home with oil heat to offset the high energy bills.”