South Africa and Jamaica Celebrate 20 Years of Diplomatic Relations

first_imgRelatedRegional Procurement System To Be Established RelatedClowns Without Borders for Therapy Workshops South Africa and Jamaica Celebrate 20 Years of Diplomatic Relations Foreign AffairsSeptember 11, 2014Written by: Jongikhaya Rabe RelatedGovt. Commended for Response to Crash of Aircraft Story HighlightsThe Republic of South Africa is celebrating 20 years of Freedom and Democracy during 2014 and this year also marks 20 Years of Diplomatic relations between South Africa and Jamaica. Jamaica played a crucial role in pressing the international community to limit foreign trade and investment in South Africa.The South African High Commission is pleased to announce that, in celebrating 20 Years of Freedom and 20 years of Diplomatic Relations, several events will be hosted in Jamaica.center_img The Republic of South Africa is celebrating 20 years of Freedom and Democracy during 2014 and this year also marks 20 Years of Diplomatic relations between South Africa and Jamaica.From the very earliest days of the international campaign against apartheid, Jamaica played a crucial role in pressing the international community to limit foreign trade and investment in South Africa, with a view to creating economic dislocation which, coupled with the internal struggles of South Africans, would lead to the dismantling of apartheid. Jamaica was amongst the first countries to declare a trade embargo against apartheid SA as early as 1957. This culminated into the momentous occasion in April 1994 when national elections were held on the principle of ‘one man one vote’ and Nelson Mandela became the first democratically elected President of South Africa.A Jamaican with a long record of service in the United Nations, Angela King, was head of the United Nations observer team which monitored those historic elections.Two eminent Jamaicans have received one of South Africa’s highest honours, The Order of the Companions of O.R. Tambo.Prime Minister Michael Manley was posthumously awarded South Africa’s Order of the Companions of Oliver Reginald Tambo (Gold Award) on 16 June 2004 for promoting the interests and aspirations of the Republic of South Africa at the higher levels through excellent cooperation and active expression of solidarity and support. In 1978, Michael Manley, while still Prime Minister, was among a group of eminent persons awarded the UN gold medal for distinguished service in the struggle against apartheid.  He subsequently led the Commonwealth Observer Mission to South Africa in 1992 and 1993 and again in 1994 to observe the first democratic elections.Prime Minister PJ Patterson was also presented with the Order of the Companions of Oliver Reginald Tambo (Gold Award) on 27 April 2013.  PJ Patterson is among eight foreign leaders whom the government of South Africa recognizes as having played a significant part in the dismantling of apartheid in South Africa through lobbying the international community to take a stand against the oppression of South African people prior to 1994.The award is named after South Africa’s national hero and icon, former African National Congress (ANC) President Oliver Reginald Tambo. Establishment of Diplomatic RelationsJamaica and South Africa established diplomatic relations on the 9th of September 1994, five months following the historic free and democratic elections, a testament to the enduring ties of friendship between the peoples of South Africa and Jamaica.In 1999, South Africa appointed Ambassador T Luthuli-Gcabashe as first non-resident High Commissioner to Jamaica and the rest of CARICOM with residence in Caracas, Venezuela, while High Commissioner TH Chiliza based in Kingston assumed duties as the first resident High Commissioner in October 2000. The incumbent South African High Commissioner is Ms Mathu T Joyini, having presented her credentials in December 2010.Jamaica opened its High Commission in Pretoria in October 2006. In January 2009, Jamaica appointed H.E. Audley Rodriques as Jamaica’s first resident High Commissioner to South Africa.  Jamaica’s High Commission is currently headed by a Chargé d’Affaires a.i. in anticipation of the imminent appointment of the High Commissioner-designate to succeed the previous High Commissioner, H.E. Ms Norma Taylor-Roberts, who recently completed her term in office.At the conclusion of his 2012 state visit to Jamaica, President Jacob Zuma said, amongst others, that: “South Africa would like to see increased volumes of trade and investment between the two countries. We are committed to encourage and facilitate South African companies doing business in Jamaica, resulting in the steady growth in trade and investment between our two countries. In the same vein, both countries agreed to encourage people-to-people contacts through cultural, scientific and educational exchange programmes and tourism…. We agreed that several other agreements under negotiation must translate into stronger economic, social and developmental relations between our two countries. South Africa recommitted to continue to work together and to support Jamaica and the Caribbean Community, and to voice their interest in fora where they do not have a voice, e.g. G8 and G20.” Link to the 2012 State Visit South African High Commission is pleased to announce that, in celebrating 20 Years of Freedom and 20 years of Diplomatic Relations, the following events will be hosted in Jamaica:An official Reception on Wednesday, 10 September 2014.  In attendance will be Government representatives, the Diplomatic and Consular Corps, Business Leaders, Friends of South Africa and South Africans in Jamaica.A Public Concert on Friday, 12 September 2014 at the Emancipation Park commencing at 6pm. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Advertisementslast_img read more

Section V Roundup: Miles Brown and Northstar upend Class A opponent; Slack and G-C improve to 2-0 and Irondequoit takes no prisoners

first_imgSection V Roundup: Miles Brown and Northstar upend Class A opponent; Slack and G-C improve to 2-0 and Irondequoit takes no prisoners Follow on Facebook By Paul Gotham on December 10, 2017No Comment Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. 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East High trailed 23-19 after the first quarter before being outscored 17-7 in the second stanza. The Eagles trimmed the lead to single digits briefly in the third quarter.LIVERPOOL (III) 68ELMIRA (IV) 52Naz Johnson finished with a game-high 23 points for a two-day total of 45. Alan Willmes Jr. had 15, and Joe DeSocio added 10 points as Liverpool finished 2-0 for the weekend. READ MORE.BISHOP KEARNEY 76MIDDLE EARLY COLLEGE (VI) 60Kevin Goode Jr. scored six points and handed out two assists in the fourth quarter as BK outscored Middle Early College 22-9 over the final eight minutes to turn a one-possession game into a blowout. READ MORE. SATURDAYBISHOP KEARNEY CHRISTMAS SHOWCASELIVERPOOL (III) 79EAST HIGH (ROCHESTER) 62Naz Johnson netted 12 of his game-high 22 in the second quarter as Liverpool doubled up the East High 22-11 over the eight minutes. READ MORE.NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 70CORNING (IV) 59It was fitting that Miles Brown brought the drought to an end. The junior guard, who was named first team All-State a season ago, closed the quarter with back-to-back 3-pointers on his way to a 38-point performance…READ MORE.ELMIRA EXPRESS (IV) 60BISHOP KEARNEY 54Nahjor Mack scored 10 of his game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter as Elmira pulled away late. Trailing 49-48, Daron Driscoll got ahead of the for a layup to give Elmira a lead it did not surrender with little more than three minutes to play. Mack followed with a floater and a baseline drive before converting four of four free throws to ice the contest. AJ Gray, despite picking up his third foul of the game in the second quarter, led Kearney with 15 points. The junior forward fouled out in the final minute. BK’s Shykell Brown, who played the last 6:29 with four fouls, scored 13 points. Kevin Goode Jr. hit four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points. Elmira’s Dan Fedor had 12 points. Connect on Linked in WILLIAMSVILLE SOUTH (VI) 58AQUINAS 44Greg Dolan poured in 27 points and grabbed 15 rebounds as Williamsville South erased a halftime deficit to beat Aquinas. Dolan connected on 9-of-27 shots from the floor and 9-of-11 from the free throw line. Kidtrell Blocker paced eight Li’L Irish scorers with 11 points. Tyler Warner collected 10 rebounds to go with six points. Ruben Torres added eight points for Aquinas. Williamsville South forced 17 AQ turnovers which they converted into a 19-15 advantage in points off miscues. The Billies hauled in 52 rebounds including 24 on the offensive end which they used to score 15 second-chance points. Aquinas had39 rebounds. Williamsville converted 22 of 28 free throw attempts. AQ finished 9 of 21 from the line.HILTON 55BALDWINSVILLE (III) 71Joey Lipani led Hilton with 15 points, and Morgan Kunigan added 12 points for the Cadets. Eighth grader JJ Starling led Baldwinsville with 18 points.HENNINGER (III) 61UPREP 57MONROE 64WILLIAMSVILLE-NORTH (VI) 48Jonathan Jones scored 24 for the Redjackets.LYONS 67BLOOMFIELD 47Justice Smith collected 23 points, 11 boards, seven assists and two blocks for Lyons. Justin Smith added 13 points. Bloomfield’s Pat Geitner had 15 points.CAMPBELL-SAVONA 39DANSVILLE 54Arrik Gerber led Dansville with 17 points and four assists. Hunter Little had 19 points and eight rebounds. Jacob Wadsworth added six points and rebounds while Dylan Race had eight points and six rebounds.JASPER-TROUPSBURG 42ANDOVER 44WAYLAND-COHOCTON 53NAPLES 59RIVERSIDE-BUFFALO (VI) 50CALEDONIA-MUMFORD 86CANISTEO-GREENWOOD 44ARKPORT-CANASERAGA 30FRIDAYFAIRPORT 84HILTON 43Seniors Jackson Sullivan and Andrew Bartlett each netted 17 points, leading Fairport. Junior Vanzell Johnson added 11 points for Fairport. Morgan Kunigan, a senior for Hilton, led the team in points with 12 on the evening.Fairport benefited from two 25-point quarters, finishing the second and fourth quarter strong, while holding Hilton to 11 points total between the two quarters. They hit 13 shots from downtown in the game, equaling their total from a game against Webster Schroeder earlier in the week.RUSH-HENRIETTA 80PENFIELD 58Shamire Broyld paced three Rush-Henrietta scorers in double-figures with 20 points in a game that saw the Royal Coments race out to a (22-5) first quarter lead . Kailee White and Mecca McCullough chipped in with 16 points and 11 points respectively. Isiah Preston led all scorers with a game-high 27 points, 18 of them coming in the second half in defeat for Penfield.VICTOR 62GATES-CHILI 63   OTJunior Keith Slack propelled Gates-Chili with 25 points while senior Damon Payton netted 14 for his team. Victor exhibited a balanced scoring attack, with seniors Connor Keenan (15), Tanner Hay (12) and Joey Colyer (12), and junior Jon Crowley (13), all scoring in double-digits.Slack knocked down a game-winning three-pointer for Gates-Chili with 5.9 seconds remaining in overtime.Keith Slack (3) scored 25 points including the game winner with 5.9 seconds remaining in overtime as Gates-Chili defeated Victor in Monroe County Division I action Friday night. (Photo: CHRISTOPHER CECERE).VIEW MORE CHRISTOPHER CECERE PHOTOS HERE. GREECE ARCADIA 22IRONDEQUOIT 67Playing in their first game since last season’s state championship run the home Irondequoit Eagles jumped out to an early (38-3) half-time lead. Junior Gerald Drumgoole led all scorers with a game-high 18 points. Patrick Thomas chipped in with 10 points.WEBSTER THOMAS 63CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 56Joe Luconte scored 21 points to lead all scorers for Webster Thomas. Will Johnson added 13 points and Andrew Mason finished with 12 points. Churchville-Chili’s Fidel Brock scored 11 of  his team-high 18 points in the fourth quarter.BRIGHTON 52GREECE ATHENA 86Senior Christian Jones put up a double-double for Athena with 39 points, 11 rebounds and five assists. Senior Ryan Kubanka (12) and sophomore Melvin Council (11) were Athena’s other double-digit scorers. Ryan Martin (15 points) and Kendall Clyburn (14 points), both seniors, led Brighton.Athena cruised to the win behind their offense, which scored more than 20 points in three of the four quarters, with the exception of the third.EASTRIDGE 46BATAVIA 81Senior TeeSean Ayala hit five threes en route to a team-high 26-point performance. Junior Antwan Odom added 16 points for Batavia. Eastridge senior Kyndal Taggart scored 12 points in a losing effort.Batavia opened both halves strong, scoring 25 points in the first quarter and 23 in the third.HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 82GREECE OLYMPIA 55HF-L senior Owen VanNewkirk dropped 23 points, a career-high, and grabbed 12 rebounds for a double-double. Senior Jack Eastman added 18 points, including four threes, and junior Trevor Chamberlain had 14 points and eight rebounds. David O’Connell, a senior, led HF-L in rebounds with 14.A 21-6 run to open the game helped HF-L build a quick lead, with VanNewkirk and Eastman each scoring eight points. They led 39-17 at the half .SODUS 37GREECE ODYSSEY 67Jaden Hartsfield led Odyssey (2-0) with 15 points and six rebounds. Travon Harper added 12 points and five assists. Romell Griffin had nine points and five assists. Malik Barton scored 17 points for Sodus. Paul James had 10 points.WORLD OF INQUIRY 78FRANKLIN 56Charles Maurice Brown, a senior for World of Inquiry, netted 27 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead his team. Fellow seniors CeyQuan Salmon and Javonte Burrell contributed 14 points, 8 rebounds and 11 points, 5 steals, respectively. Senior Parish Quick topped Franklin with 13 points.PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 65WILSON MAGNET 58Wilson’s Robert Davis stuck a 3-pointer with 43.6 seconds remaining to make it five-point game at 63-58. The Wildcats forced a five-second call on the ensuing inbound, but could not convert on the opportunity. READ MORE. Wilson’s Brennan Clark (31) boxes out Sutherland’s Kevin Ryan (5) during Friday’s non-league matchup. Wilson’s Desi Floyd (20) and Richard Rollin (22) look on in the background. Sutherland improved to 3-0 on the season with a 65-58 victory.EARLY COLLEGE 53WHEATLAND-CHILI 37Prophet Hampton and Jahkier Moore scored 11 points apiece to lead Early College. Six different players scored in the first quarter to give the Cobras a 17-9 lead. Jequan Nesmith netted six in the second stanza as Early College outscored Wheatland-Chili 16-7 to take a 33-16 lead going into the locker room. Ahmir Buckhannon, Marquis Crawford and Shedrick Smith scored six apiece for Early College. Wheatland-Chili’s Anthony Rosado and Daniel Rollo scored a dozen apiece.SOTA 79 OTAVON 77Reggie Smith scored a team-high 24 points including four in overtime to lead SOTA (3-1). Smith hit five 3-pointers and finished 9-of-13 from the free throw line. Logan Hayes connected four times behind the arc in the second quarter and added 19 points for the Silverhawks. Joe Denegal chipped in 13, and Ethain Clarke DeSouza had nine in the win. Avon’s Connor Taylor led all scorers with 30 points. Aaron Ghent had 18.UPREP 72NOTTINGHAM HS (III) 77MCQUAID 54NIAGARA FALLS (VI) 76Roddy Gayle topped Niagara Falls with 17 points, followed by Quran Dubois with 15 and Tazaun Rose with 11. Kobe Long, a sophomore, led McQuaid with 15 points. Sophomore Jermaine Taggart added 12 points of his own, while senior Josh Purcell netted nine points and pulled in eight rebounds. Niagara Falls outscored McQuaid 45-26 in the second half to power their way to the win.EAST 53HENNINGER (III) 77Chaz Washington led East High with 19 points. Kni Jear Sapp had 13, and Maurice Coney added 11.WEBSTER SCHROEDER 50CORCORAN (III) 74LIMA CHRISTIAN 53C.G. FINNEY 92MYNDERSE 55NEWARK 47Senior Devin Anderson’s 17 points were good for the Mynderse team lead, followed  by fellow seniors Quentin Battle and Hunter Haust with 12 and 10 points each. Taylor Clements, a senior, led Newark with 17 points, while senior Terry Anglin had 16 points.OLEAN (VI) 71WELLSVILLE 44PERRY 52VERTUS 51ROCHESTER ACADEMY 46NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN 98PALMYRA-MACEDON 41PENN YAN 48WATERLOO 41MIDLAKES 49Senior Bryce Burri scored 19 points and senior Trevor Millman contributed a double-double (10 points and 13 rebounds) for Midlakes. Sophomore Mike Hubbard paced Waterloo with 17 points.AQUINAS 36NAZARETH (VI) 56Dre Turnipseed’s 18 points led Nazareth, with Bryan Medy adding 14 of his own. Both scorers were helped by an 11 rebound night from Michael Young and Jonah Hillard’s 10 rebounds on the evening. Kidtrell Blocker and Justin Johnson tied for Aquinas’ team lead for scoring with nine points each.Nazareth opened up the second half with a 16-3 run to take an 18-point lead, a deficit Aquinas was unable to comeback from.GENEVA 36WAYNE 59DUNDEE 38MARCUS WHITMAN 50ROMULUS 41RED JACKET 58SOUTH SENECA 55HONEOYE 67BATH-HAVERLING 57WARSAW 63HORNELL 70LETCHWORTH 14LIVONIA 49LEROY 54FILLMORE 31GENESEE VALLEY 63FRIENDSHIP 18HOUGHTON 34WHITESVILLE 56SCIO 52ANDOVER 63HINSDALE 21BYRON-BERGEN 54OAKFIELD-ALABAMA 68HOLLEY 19ALEXANDER 57PEMBROKE 80ATTICA 44ELBA 72NOTRE DAME-BATAVIA 74     in OTKENDALL 63LYNDONVILLE 75ADDISONHAMMONDSPORT     PPDRescheduled to 12/18ALFRED-ALMOND 32AVOCA 85Screen grab courtesy of Monroe County Boys’ BasketballScreen grab courtesy of Monroe County Boys Basketball.  East High Eagles, Irondequoit Eagles, Javonte Burrell, Kendall Clyburn Subscribe by Email This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Print This Postlast_img read more

News / Don’t get too excited by spike in Asia-Med box rates, there’s ‘weakness in the east’

first_img By Mike Wackett 16/01/2017 The consultant expects to see a final growth figure in the Asia-Med westbound trade for 2016 of 2.5%, compared with the previous year. This would result in the tradelane exceeding a yearly total of 5m teu for the first time.The west-Med market was the main driver of the growth last year, recording a 4.4% increase in the first 11 months, thanks to “solid volume growth” from Italy, Spain and France, noted Drewry.Despite some political upheaval, which did not appear to have an impact on its consumer spending, Italy posted a 5.6% traffic increase, while France recorded a 3% uplift and Spain 2.9%.Meanwhile, Turkish imports, which Drewry said accounted for nearly one-third of all Asian imports into the east-Med region, declined by 4.4% in the 11-month period, compared with the previous year.“This brought an abrupt end to the country’s bull run,” said Drewry – Turkey having seen a 44% spike in container volumes between 2012 and 2015.But the failed coup in July, a weakened currency and a retreat by investors spooked by political uncertainty halted growth in its tracks and shrank the economy in the third quarter of the year.Moreover, tourism – a major growth component of Turkey’s success – has been badly dented by a spate of terrorist attacks.Drewry’s view is that “a downturn in Turkish imports will continue to act as a drag on the trade’s performance in 2017”.Egypt, where tourism is a major contributor to the health of its economy, also suffered as a result of terrorist attacks. And according to Drewry, the flow of imported consumer goods from Asia slumped by a massive 16.4% in the 11-month period, compared with the previous year.However, Ukraine was a “shining beacon” in the east-Med/Black Sea region last year, its imports spiking by a third. Nevertheless it has much ground to make up on the lost volumes caused by the 2014 civil unrest and Russian intervention, noted Drewry.The Asia- Med trade remains overtonnaged, with utilisation levels “hovering around the 80% mark since March”, said Drewry, adding that the new alliance schedules “do nothing to address this issue”.Drewry concluded: “It is encouraging to see growth returning to some of the big Mediterranean markets, but the 2017 demand outlook will be tempered by weakness in places such as Turkey and Egypt. More big ships entering the trade will also serve to suppress freight rates.” © Ahmet Ihsan Ariturk center_img The recent increase in Asia-Mediterranean container spot rates “shouldn’t be mistaken as a sign of permanent recovery”.Consultant Drewry suggests there is weakness in the east-Med region of the tradelane.Last week’s Shanghai Containerized Freight Index (SCFI) recorded a spot rate of $1,028 per teu for Mediterranean ports. This compares with the reading on 30 September last year of $583 per teu.Drewry said the steady growth in the more “mature” west-Med economies was in contrast to the weaknesses in the North Africa, and east-Med regions – particularly in Egyptian and Turkish trades.last_img read more

South Bend celebrating “Best. Week. Ever.”

first_img WhatsApp (Photo supplied/City of South Bend) South Bend Venues & Parks and United Federal Credit Union are teaming up in the first week of June for a series of events designed to celebrate the things that make South Bend great.Events are scheduled through Saturday, June 8th, and each day focuses on one or two signature events throughout South Bend. You can find a complete list of events and experiences at signature event schedule for BWE is as follows:• Sunday, June 2 – Rebel Art Fest at Potawatomi ParkMake South Bend will kick off BWE 2019 with their curated showcase of local makers, artists, and musicians with the best modern craft, design, and sound. There will be a DIY craft station, food vendors, beer garden, and more.• Monday, June 3 – Best. Game Night. Ever. at Near Northwest Neighborhood, Inc.This game night extravaganza will foster the importance of quality time while promoting organizations that support better neighborhoods and strong families. From classic board games to life size games, cornhole tournament, face painting, balloon twisting, food, live music, neighborhood resources, and more.• Tuesday, June 4 – Choose Your Own Adventure at Rum Village ParkEnjoy a fun day at the beautiful Rum Village filled with sports and adventure themed activities including: disc golf, pickleball, high ropes course, rock climbing wall and more. Live music, food vendors and additional fun activities for the whole family will also be on site. Don’t miss the special experience from Boomer, VPA’s new mobile experience vehicle!• Wednesday, June 5 – Westside Wednesday Festival on Western Ave (between Kaley and Dundee)There is something for the whole family to enjoy as La Casa de Amistad heads up this outdoor festival celebrating the Hispanic culture in our community. You will experience local favorite cuisine, family activities, incredible live music, and more. The kid zone has child friendly activities and music. There will also be a beer tent for those 21+. This is a great night of celebration on the west side!• Thursday, June 6 – Taste of Michiana at Century CenterThis is your chance to try the absolute best food and drink offerings from over 50 of Michiana’s most popular restaurants. From regionally-known establishments to those deemed by the community to be one of the best-kept secrets, there is sure to be something to please everyone’s taste buds.• Friday, June 7 – First Friday – Kids Night Out in downtown South Bend and Riverlights Music Festival on Niles Ave.First Friday is organized by DTSB, inviting the entire family for a night of exciting events and activities. Live music, food vendors, Touch-a-Truck, and a frenzy of other fun taking place downtown with businesses hosting activities and specials for kids. Fireworks launch from the Jefferson Street bridge at 10:00 p.m.Riverlights Music Festival is about more than the lights, sights and sounds. It’s about community. Discover local bands, taste incredible food from local vendors, check out the handmade art from local merchants. Bring the kids for a fun-filled weekend along the St. Joseph River where the river lights will illuminate the entire event.• Saturday, June 8 – Belly Burst Un-Run in the Renaissance District and Riverlights Music Festival on Niles Ave.This less-than-1k charity “un-run” is hosted by South Bend City Church with a mission to raise money for a designated community organization/charity. This is a fun way for everybody to be involved in a race, have fun, and be part of positive change in South Bend. The walking, running, eating, and resting does not stop at the finish line.The Riverlights Music Festival will bring together local bands, local vendors, and local food to celebrate everything South Bend has to offer. It’s an event that is perfect for the entire family. Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Twitter IndianaLocalSouth Bend Market South Bend celebrating “Best. Week. Ever.” Google+ Pinterest By Tommie Lee – June 3, 2019 0 395 Google+ Pinterest Facebook Previous articleWoman injured in accidental shootingNext articleBurket home destroyed in Saturday night fire Tommie Leelast_img read more