Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Energy sector has released it’s 2013 interim results for the half year.For more information about Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL.gh) 2013 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileGhana Oil Company Limited markets and distributes petroleum products in Ghana. The company markets a range of products which includes diesel, gasoline, premix, kerosene, bitumen, aviation fuel, liquid petroleum gas (LPG), lubricants, grease and special products such as brake fluids, mosquito coils and a multi-insect repellent called Goiltox. Ghana Oil Company Limited provides a bunkering service for ocean vessels as well as builds storage tanks and lays pipelines to transport fuel and LPG across Ghana and other countries in sub-Sahara Africa. Its retail division is marketed under the brand name GOIL and comprises 85 filling stations, 61 services stations and 138 consumer outlets located in major towns and cities in Ghana. Ghana Oil Company Limited targets companies, schools, hospitals, factories, hotels, banks and major parastatals. Several retail outlets have been set up to market premix fuel and kerosene to the rural areas and LPG filling stations have been installed in a few filling and service stations. Ghana Oil Company Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
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A high-growth (but expensive) UK shareFor the time being though, City analysts expect profits at Boohoo to keep soaring. Forecasts suggest the bottom line will swell 44% in the outgoing financial year (to February 2021). They estimate that earnings will soar 26% in financial 2022 too. I feel that the company has the goods to keep profits powering higher over the long term. And I’d happily buy it for my Stocks and Shares ISA.Now, Boohoo doesn’t come cheap. This UK share trades on a forward price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 42 times, illustrating market expectations of strong and sustained profits growth. But I’m aware this elevated multiple leaves the retailer’s shares in danger of a sharp price fall if its sales momentum begins to run out of puff. 2020 was a transformative year for many UK e-tail shares as Covid-19 lockdowns kicked in. The pandemic encouraged millions of people the world over to shop online for the first time. 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Turnover in this exciting market rose 67% thanks to market share grabs and terrific brand momentum.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Investing for growthPromisingly, the UK fashion share has kept investing heavily to keep winning in the surging e-commerce market. It bought the Oasis, Warehouse, Burton, Wallis and Dorothy Perkins brands to boost its fashion portfolio in the past year. And it bought Debenhams that will drive it into the e-beauty sector. There will likely be exciting opportunities to buy more distressed heavyweight brands as well.Boohoo is also expanding its warehousing capacity and is set to open a new distribution centre in Northamptonshire. 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This column appeared in Rugby World’s August 2019 issue. Expand Find out who makes the cut in the… Upcoming Rugby Fixtures Kick-off times are UK &… Collapse New Zealand are New Zealand! They are always strong, have been playing rugby since they were three years old and it’s in their blood. They’ve bolstered their squad with a couple of sevens girls alongside younger girls. Kelly Brazier brings enormous experience.I’m really looking forward to playing against them as we don’t get to do it often given the geography of the two nations. It’s the first time we will have played them since the World Cup final (2017), but our side has changed since then and so has theirs. It’s not about looking back; it’s about the next cycle and the next World Cup.Out For Revenge: Scarratt will be looking to avenge Englands’s 2017 Rugby World Cup Final loss to New Zealand (Getty Images)For us, it’s very much a continuation of what we’ve been doing after a successful Six Nations campaign. We’re trying to judge ourselves against ourselves as much as we can and are looking at our decision-making in games. It’s about being ruthless and taking opportunities; something we might get away with in one game we won’t get away with against New Zealand or France as you don’t get a second chance.We’ve lost two incredibly experienced players in Katy Daley-Mclean – our talismanic playmaker – and Rachael Burford, as well as Jess Breach, forthe tour as they’re injured, but it’s an opportunity for people like Zoe Harrison, Tatyana Heard and Amber Reed to step up and increase our strength in depth in those areas. We’ll definitely miss their leadership, but it’s a chance for other people to fill the quiet moments in meetings, to make sure the right messages are being shared.I definitely think we can beat New Zealand – and I’m sure if you asked them they would say the same. It’s the nature of the two sides. We’ll go with a huge amount of belief that we can get the results we want and beat everybody.The 2019 Women’s Super Series begins this Friday with the England Women first facing off against the USA. They follow that with Canada on July 6th and France are their opponents four days later. Their final match will be against New Zealand on the 14th of July. To see all the fixtures click on the Fixtures link below. Fixtures The 100 best players in the world right now! Emily Scarratt: ‘The Women’s Super Series Will Be Awesome’Since I started playing for England, we’ve had summer tours, but we’ve not had the best teams in the world gathering together before. To have us, New Zealand, France, Canada and the USA all in one place, San Diego, for the Women’s Super Series is awesome. And it’s going to be so competitive, especially as it’s like the World Cup with short turnarounds.The World Cup is a tough few weeks so it’s good to get the chance to replicate that and give some of the younger players exposure to that. It’s a good challenge.It’s cool that people will be able to watch on TV too. That’s how you grow the game – you don’t want a first-class tournament to take place that only people in the host country can watch.France will be disappointed about the game they lost to us in the Six Nations, but equally we were a bit disappointed with our second half. I’m sure they will look at that game and perhaps change the way they play against us. They hardly kicked the ball and we kicked a lot.French Tactician: Bourdon controls the game from the scrum-half position beautifully (Getty Images)By the very nature of being French, their players always offer a bit of flair. Pauline Bourdon, their scrum-half, seems to put her mark on games – like many French nines, she’s as influential as the tens are in the English game.America and Canada are definitely better sides than the results they had against us last autumn – the USA lost 57-5 and Canada lost 27-19. There were a lot of youngsters in those groups and they’ll be much more experienced now.USA coach Rob Cain is doing good things over there and we have a couple of Canadians at Loughborough Lightning – Daleaka Menin and Emily Tuttosi. They came to play club rugby in England to experience a different environment, strengthen their game and ultimately make the national side stronger. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Step Up: Injuries mean Zoe Harrison will come into the fray (Getty Images) Fixtures The world’s best will face off in the 2019 Women’s Super Series. The 100 best players in the world right now! Don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Video: From Cairo to London, interfaith art brings message of peace By Matthew DaviesPosted Sep 4, 2013 Rector Albany, NY Rector Tampa, FL Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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Paul-Gordon Chandler, the Episcopal priest responsible for the journey of 25 life-size painted fiberglass donkeys from Cairo to St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, where they will be on display in the south nave aisle until Sept. 23.Now in its fifth year, the Caravan arts exhibition brings together Western and Egyptian artists, both Christian and Muslim, to promote a message of peace.Chandler, an Episcopal Church mission partner who has served as a priest in Cairo for the past 10 years, sees the exhibition as an opportunity to deepen understanding across cultures and religions.“We’re passionate about interfaith friendships and we’ve found that the arts, in many ways, is a catalyst for that,” Chandler told ENS on Aug. 30 during an interview at the launch of the exhibition, which is titled In Peace and With Compassion.The donkey was chosen for the exhibition because in both Christian and Muslim faith traditions it represents peace, Chandler explained. “In a sense, these artists are saying that the way forward for us is in peace. The other thing the donkey represents is compassion. It’s a beast of burden and the poorest of the poor in Egypt use the donkey.”This year’s exhibition comes at a time when Egypt faces ongoing political turmoil and a rise in sectarian violence.“Contrary often to what we see in the news about what is coming out of Egypt at this time, which is somewhat tragic, these artists are saying no, there is another alternative – the way forward as far as we see it is in peace and with compassion,” Chandler said.It’s the first time the initiative has traveled outside of Egypt and the exhibition at St. Paul’s is sponsored by the Embassy of Switzerland in Egypt, and supported by the British Council. Chandler said that St. Paul’s Cathedral was considered for the exhibition because it is a sacred space known globally for both its role in the arts and its commitment to interfaith relations.“St. Paul’s is right in the heart of a very cosmopolitan city where we are all trying to live together and to be loyal to our future that we’re sharing,” said the Rev. Canon Mark Oakley, chancellor of St. Paul’s Cathedral, “and I think that is the strength of this exhibition – Muslim and Christian seeking to be loyal to the future of their country through working harmoniously and creatively, and I can’t think of any better model for our own city here.”The donkeys were first exhibited in May at St. John’s Church in Cairo, where Chandler has just stepped down as rector after 10 years. They were then placed in strategic public locations throughout Cairo before about a third of them made their way to St. Paul’s.Oakley said that he hopes people who visit the exhibition will find the donkeys “beautiful and I hope they will remember the people of Egypt at the moment and I hope it will help them reflect on how they in their own localized life … will think again about the human and about the things we share and about the future we share and how we need to … be almost recklessly generous in our friendships.”Following the exhibition, the donkeys will be auctioned by Sotheby’s, with all profits going to Egyptian charities that serve the poor, regardless of their faith.Chandler said that in addition to the high-level art, it’s important that the initiative influences the poor. In Egypt, “we’ve identified 25 charities that are grassroots in their orientation, that work both on the Christian and Muslim side, serving the poor regardless of their creed.”Further information about Caravan is available here.— Matthew Davies is an editor/reporter of the Episcopal News Service. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Rector Martinsville, VA Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Featured Events Rector Hopkinsville, KY Rector Bath, NC Tags Rector Washington, DC Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Rector Knoxville, TN Rector Smithfield, NC Rector Collierville, TN Submit a Job Listing Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Director of Music Morristown, NJ Video New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Associate Rector Columbus, GA The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Youth Minister Lorton, VA Press Release Service Rector Shreveport, LA
Iowa City, Iowa, June 3 — Some 210 members of Faculty Forward Iowa are fighting for better working conditions for nontenure track faculty and graduate student workers at the University of Iowa.Faculty Forward is a campaign by the Service Employees Union, a national effort to ensure “everyone has access to education and that all educators receive fair pay and stable work.” Over 54,000 faculty and graduate students on 60 campuses have joined this campaign to organize unions. This is an important struggle considering the sad state of affairs in higher education. (seiufacultyforward.org)As noted by Faculty Forward: “Desperate to keep the doors open, universities hired high-priced executive administrators who turned college into big business. They hiked tuition, cut tenure track positions and decreased faculty pay, all while pocketing handsome paychecks. The result is a rigged system where only a select few get access to a quality education and too many educators live in poverty.”The Faculty Forward campaign started organizing UI employees last fall and publicly announced the Faculty Forward Iowa campaign earlier this year. FFI members rallied Feb. 26 at the Pentacrest (the Old Capitol and surrounding buildings) as part of a national day of action coinciding with the Supreme Court hearing on the Janus v. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Council 31 case. The “We Rise Rally for Workers’ Rights” gave a platform to FFI which expressed its solidarity with other workers.Despite the image of academic workers promoted by the corporate media, many professors and graduate students are not “overpaid” with “cushy jobs.” Many are struggling to get by. The grueling workload, hectic scheduling and other burdensome conditions are not compensated with pay and benefits comparable to those granted to tenured professors and administrators.UI Visiting Professor of Linguistics Brooke Larson joined the FFI campaign during the early stage of the organizing effort. Larson earned her Ph.D. at the University of Maryland in 2013 and has taught at other colleges. Larson told Workers World how she and many of her colleagues are being “worked to the bone without job security.”“I have taught five courses in a single semester,” Larson said, which is “shocking compared to other schools.”UI Associate Professor of Rhetoric Megan Knight, an FFI member, told The Daily Iowan, “I’m involved because I’ve worked for Iowa for 20 years, I’ve been in the Rhetoric Department since 1998, but my salary has remained flat since then.” (Feb. 27)Between 50 and 60 FFI members and supporters gathered at the Pentacrest again on April 18. The gathering then marched to the office of UI President Bruce Harreld to deliver a petition with close to 200 signatures and a letter listing their demands.The letter stated, “By joining together, across the University of Iowa, we can win a voice on our campus, and advocate for better working conditions that in turn will improve our students’ learning conditions.”FFI’s demands include: UI’s support for the right to unionize, a seat at the table with equal representation, more stable and equitable contracts, transparency on hiring and renewal, a standardized appeal process, standard yearly pay raises, clear expectations for merit raises, health insurance coverage, retirement benefits, parental leave, consistent and predictable travel funding, professional development opportunities, and standardized credit hours and course loads.A dozen FFI members staged a sit-in outside Harreld’s office at 10 a.m. on May 9. They were told he was “too busy” to meet with them. At 6 p.m., Harreld’s senior advisors Peter Matthes and Laura McLeran finally met with FFI members. “Matthes and McLeran agreed in writing to schedule a meeting between representatives of Faculty Forward Iowa and university officials who can address the group’s demands.” (littlevillagemag.com, May 8)FFI representatives met with Harreld and six other administrators on May 16 to “discuss the concrete steps we’re demanding they take to improve our working lives,” according to an FFI public statement on Facebook.The UI administration altered the terms of the meeting by limiting FFI to no more than nine faculty members at the meeting. As noted by FFI, “The exclusion of faculty members from the negotiating process runs counter to the core values of our movement, but ultimately we agreed not to pass up this hard-won chance to press for concrete improvements.”Larson said FFI members will be meeting with Harreld and other administrators in the coming weeks. “We’re trying to get the voice of all our members heard behind these closed-door meetings.”This series of meetings will determine if UI will accept FFI demands, or if this fight for justice will continue.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
News News New wave of censorship targeting critical media outlets Coronavirus “information heroes” – journalism that saves lives to go further At least four fresh attacks have been reported against journalists or the media since 2 March, two of which targeted pro-government media. Reporters Without Borders speaks out against climate of extremism. In all, about twenty attacks have been perpetrated against the presssince 27 February, the first day of opposition-organised demonstrations. Organisation March 5, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Demonstrators continue to target the media Receive email alerts August 25, 2020 Find out more News Follow the news on Venezuela VenezuelaAmericas Help by sharing this information At least four fresh attacks have been reported against journalists or the media since 2 March, two of which targeted pro-government media.”Whoever was responsible, these latest attacks are unacceptable,” said Reporters Without Borders. “It is time to end this climate of extremism towards the media and that exists also within the media.” The international press freedom organisation once again urged the authorities to open investigations into these press freedom violations and for those responsible to be punished. The Venezuelan journalists’ organisation “Los del Medio” says that 25 journalists or media have been targeted since 27 February, the first day of opposition-organised demonstrations.Cameraman for the privately-owned Radio Caracas Televisión (RCTV) Carlos Colmenares was shot in the ankle while covering opposition demonstrations against the government in Caracas on 3 March. It was not known where the shot came from. The area had appeared relatively calm just before the shot was fired, bystanders said.On the same day, soldiers forced Rafael Delgado, picture editor of the daily El Tiempo, that circulates in north-eastern Puerto La Cruz to erase photos he had just taken of a military security operation. The officer, who ordered him to wipe them, had threatened to take him to the barracks if he refused to co-operate.Violent opposition demonstrators bombarded the main offices of public television Venezolana de Televisión (VTV) with a variety of missiles on 2 March. Its chairman Vladimir Villegas told a press conference the following day that company premises and staff had been come under repeated attacks and threats since 29 February. Overnight on 2-3 March demonstrators besieged the studios, hurling Molotov cocktails, stones and other objects at the building, preventing staff from coming in or out until far into the night.Barricades had been erected at each end of the street and several witnesses reported hearing shots, but without knowing where they came from.On 2 March, Adda Pérez and Victor Yépez, of community radio Máxima FM, broadcasting in Ciudad Ojeda, in western Zuila state were attacked by around 30 opposition supporters as they arrived at the home of one of them.Yépez, who got out of the car to negotiate with the group of demonstrators that were blocking their path, was struck by one of them. Their vehicle was then stoned. Yépez said the attack was prompted by the fact they were journalists working for community media that the demonstrators accused them of being pro-government.The Venezuelan opposition called on its supporters to take to the streets on 27 February after the national electoral council (CNE) questioned the validity of more than a million signatures that it had collected to press for a referendum on the resignation of President Hugo Chávez.Read the former press release : “A dozen journalists assaulted and injured” January 13, 2021 Find out more RSF_en Two journalists murdered just days apart in Venezuela News VenezuelaAmericas June 15, 2020 Find out more
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ABC News Photo IllustrationBy Bill Hutchinson, ABC News(MINNEAPOLIS) — Like all jurors, they were randomly plucked from their community to perform a civic duty. But the panel chosen to decide the fate of former police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd entered a Minneapolis courtroom this week facing one big difference: The weight of the nation is on them.While their faces and names are being closely guarded by the court, the anonymous jury is comprised of a group of mostly college-educated individuals from varied racial and professional backgrounds. They will be required to set aside their personal biases and reach a unanimous decision on Chauvin’s guilt or innocence based solely on the evidence they are presented with in the first major U.S. criminal case held during the coronavirus pandemic.Even President Joe Biden is “watching closely,” according to White House press secretary Jen Psaki.Picked over an 11-day process from a prospective jury pool of 326 randomly chosen residents of Hennepin County, Minnesota, the 14 jurors, including two yet-to-be designated alternates, will have to stay emotionally strong to endure what has already been heart-wrenching testimony.Despite powerful video evidence from all angles showing Floyd’s life fading away under Chauvin’s knee pressed on the back of his neck, legal experts said the jurors will also have to be intellectually adept to decipher a mountain of medical evidence that has resulted in opposing interpretations of what killed Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man. Was it Chauvin’s knee grinding into Floyd’s neck as the prosecution contends, or was it a combination of factors, including heart disease and the ingestion of drugs, that the defense says killed Floyd?“I consider myself a pretty logical person,” a chemist, the first picked member of the panel, said during jury selection questioning. “I rely on facts and logic and what’s in front of me. Opinion and facts are important distinctions for me.”Another juror, the niece of a police officer, said she was “super excited” to be on the case, calling it “a very important case, not just for Hennepin County but nationwide.”“It’s just something everyone’s heard about, talked about. No matter the decision, people are still going to talk about it,” she said during jury selection.The Chauvin trial jury is composed of eight people who are white and six who identify as people of color, including four who are Black. They range in age from their early 20s to 60.“The diversity of the jury is much more diverse than that of the county, city and state. So that’s huge,” said Brian Buckmire, a New York City public defender and an ABC News legal contributor.Among the panel are a tax auditor, an executive for a nonprofit health care company, a grandmother with an undergraduate degree in childhood psychology, a banker, an information technology manager who speaks multiple languages and a motorcycle-riding executive assistant.Other members of the jury include a 20-something social worker and a critical-care nurse.“The one that sticks out to me is a critical care nurse. In my mind, I’m thinking there are three people who the jury is going to look to find answers: the prosecutor, the defense and her,” Buckmire said. “I would not be surprised if we find out six months, 12 months down the road once this case is done that you hear jurors tended to look toward her for information about cause of death, manner of death or cases of death by drugs or death by knee. I think she’s going to have a strong influence in that jury room when deliberating.”He said the jury is also representative of the panels being picked across the nation during the pandemic, with members tending to be higher-educated people with professional backgrounds as opposed to those selected prior to the contagion, which caused most courts to be shut down for months under stay-at-home orders.“You’ve got to remember, it’s been a year that many people have been off of work,” Buckmire said. “The people who are working, are working jobs where you can work remotely at home. We’re going to probably see, not just in this trial but in all trials around the country, higher-educated people picked to be jurors on trials because economically they haven’t been affected as much as other people.”The Chauvin trial, which began with opening statements on Monday, is expected to last four weeks. Hennepin County District Court Judge Peter Cahill has already informed the jurors that they will be sequestered in a hotel during deliberations.Chauvin is charged with second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and manslaughter. He has pleaded not guilty.During jury selection, some of the jurors selected said they wholeheartedly support law enforcement, while others said they believe that racial inequality exists in the justice system. Some said they supported the Black Lives Matter movement that inspired nationwide protests and a racial reckoning in the wake of Floyd’s death, while others expressed an unfavorable view of the movement.Several jurors were selected despite admitting to having a negative view of Chauvin, according to their jury questionnaires.Most of the jurors said during jury selection that they had only viewed snippets of a viral bystander video of what turned out to be Floyd’s fatal arrest on May 20, 2020. Only one said he had viewed none of the footage.“It’s not peculiar, especially considering that you have for-cause challenges and peremptory challenges (by the defense, prosecution and judge), to weed out people who have seen a lot of the video because I don’t think, regardless of what side of the fence you fall, when you watch that video you have to pick a side, or you tend to,” Buckmire said. “So, that makes sense that the jury would be people who saw the least because that’s intentional for both prosecution and the defense.”Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.