Niger Insurance Plc (NIGERI.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2010 annual report.For more information about Niger Insurance Plc (NIGERI.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Niger Insurance Plc (NIGERI.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Niger Insurance Plc (NIGERI.ng) 2010 annual report.Company ProfileNiger Insurance Plc is a life and general insurance company in Nigeria underwriting all classes of insurance. Life insurance products include endowment policies, group life, mortgage protection and term assurances. Non-life insurance products range from aviation hull and liability and fire and special perils to public liability insurance, professional indemnity and workmen compensation insurance. The company also markets products under the brand name Niger Cash, Niger Flexible Investment Assurance, Niger Mutual Halal, Niger Personal Pension and Savings. Founded in 1962 and formerly known as The Niger Insurance Company Limited, the company changed its name to Niger Insurance Plc in 1989. The company has a sound reinsurance treaties with reinsurance companies led by Swiss Re. Niger Insurance Plc’s head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Niger Insurance Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Swan Life Ltd (formerly The Anglo Mauritius Assurance Society Ltd) (ANGM.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Swan Life Ltd (formerly The Anglo Mauritius Assurance Society Ltd) (ANGM.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Swan Life Ltd (formerly The Anglo Mauritius Assurance Society Ltd) (ANGM.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Swan Life Ltd (formerly The Anglo Mauritius Assurance Society Ltd) (ANGM.mu) 2015 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileSwan Life Limited (formerly The Anglo Mauritius Assurance Society Limited) offers services such as life assurance, pensions, actuarial, and investment businesses in Mauritius. The company also provides life, car, home, health, travel, and boat insurance products, education and retirement plans, investment plans, wealth management, and stockbroking services for individuals. Swan Life Limited is headquartered in Port Louis, Mauritius. Swan Life Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate TAGSApopka Police DepartmentFlorida Agriculture DepartmentGas StationsSkimmers Previous articleEvent Update: Apopka’s Public Safety Day Postponed Due to Expected RainNext articleApopka High School Engineering Team Wins Robotics Competition Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here 103 skimmers were found in a three-month statewide inspection last summer of 7,571 pumps.The Apopka Police Department (APD), with the assistance of The Florida Agriculture Department conducted “pump checks” at 37 local gas stations in search of skimmers – a device that can steal debit card information. Detective Dan Colley of the APD requested the pump check because of the increased frequency of credit card fraud associated with two skimmers found at Apopka gas stations this year.The pro-active inspection today turned up no skimmers, according to Detective Andrew Parkinson of the APD Public Information Office. Detective Dan Colley of The APD requested the inspection after two skimmers were found in Apopka gas stations this year.A three-month state inspection last summer of 7,571 Florida gas pumps by state consumer watchdogs found 103 skimmers — 15 in Central Florida. None were found in Apopka during that inspection period.Skimmers, which steal credit- and debit-card information, are small devices that are secretly installed in gas pumps. One skimmer can gather hundreds of card numbers, which can be used to make withdrawals at ATM’s by making a counterfeit card from the information gathered. The devices are attached inside the pump, and cannot be seen from the outside. Torn security tape is one sign that a pump may have been tampered with.A skimmer is easy to install according to Scott Williams of The Florida Department of Agriculture, who performed the inspections today in Apopka.“If a person knows their way around a gas pump, they can install it (the skimmer) in 15-30 seconds,” he said. “Usually they have a car blocking the view of the attendant, or they have a second person inside the store to distract them.”Consumer Reports suggests these tips for minimizing risks posed by debit and credit card skimmers:To totally avoid becoming a skimming victim at the pump, use cash when you buy gas.Use a credit card rather than a debit card at the gas pump.If you must use a debit card, never type in your PIN. Instead, select the option on the screen that allows you to have your debit card purchase processed as a credit card transaction.Monitor your bank and credit card accounts regularly to spot unauthorized charges or cash withdrawals and report them immediately.To read the complete Consumer Reports article, go here. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The Anatomy of Fear Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Please enter your name here Please enter your comment! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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Howard Lake | 16 September 2002 | News Vital impressions “It must be a thankless job sorting out everyone’s calls, handling problems and complaints. The occasional “thank you” to the Receptionist will help, and he or she must be viewed as an essential part of the Appeal Team. Those who are so positioned to see arrivals and departures could in addition note those cars that are valued at £20,000 or more!”Ian Kerr would be interested in your ideas. Ian Kerr of Midas Charity Appeals suggests that not all fundraisers work in the fundraising department.“A friendly and alert Receptionist can transform a donor’s visit or a phone call. A bad one can do irreparable damage. First impressions of a charity are just as important in fundraising as they are taught to salesmen.“I still remember calling Action Aid 15 years after I left. I was given the impression by the Receptionist that I was still known and valued, although I was probably entirely forgotten. Equally, I called a client last year in what I thought was a friendly tone, asking for the fundraiser “is blank there” to receive the reply “No, she is not”! If I had been wanting to give £500 or leave a legacy, I would have gone elsewhere. Advertisement 31 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
At table, from left: Clarence Thomas, Sara Flounders, Judy Greenspan and Teresa Gutierrez. WW photo: Al WynnOakland, Calif. — Activists from Occupy Oakland, longshore and postal workers, and anti-police brutality, immigrant rights and antiwar movements gathered here for a Workers World Party forum on July 8. They discussed U.S. threats against Syria, the organizing behind New York City’s May 1st march by immigrants, Occupy Wall Street and unions, and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union’s deep connection with African-American and other communities and its relationship with Occupy.Sara Flounders, WWP Secretariat member and International Action Center codirector, exposed how the U.S. has backed opposition Syrians and outright mercenaries carrying out violence against the Syrian people and government. She also discussed the imperialist media’s warmongering, based on hypocritical “responsibility to protect” excuses, and Washington’s long-term strategy of launching endless, unwinnable wars solely to profit from destruction and to disrupt resistance to its global hegemony.Flounders quoted the so-called Syrian opposition’s own stated plans to “open Syria to the West,” end Syria’s close relationships with Iran and the Lebanese and Palestinian peoples, and align Syria with the region’s reactionary regimes.Teresa Gutierrez, WWP Secretariat member and co-coordinator of the New York City’s May 1st Coalition for Worker and Immigrant Rights, spoke of the “four-by-four” effort that forged an alliance among the May 1st Coalition, unions, Occupy Wall Street and immigrants in one of the country’s most multinational cities. She described how during this effort, the groups debated whether or not calling for a general strike was appropriate, why a permit was needed for a march that included undocumented workers, and police repression against Occupy activists. Thanks to these efforts 50,000 people marched on May Day in New York.Clarence Thomas, ILWU Local 10 Coastwide Caucus and Convention Delegate and Million Worker March Movement co-chair, spoke to the history of the ILWU’s port shutdowns — against the Iraq war, in solidarity with Palestine, against the police murder of Oscar Grant and in solidarity with Occupy.Thomas said reclaiming May Day was a victory, a “winning back of consciousness” by workers in the U.S., begun by immigrants in 2006 but now accepted by many union activists and by Occupy. Thomas emphasized how “shutting down Wall Street on the waterfront,” as expressed in West Coast Occupy literature, was a powerful step up from general mass marches in the streets.The discussion included racist police killings — “the war at home” — and the upcoming “March on Wall Street South” in Charlotte, N.C. Flounders observed that perhaps Occupy’s greatest gift has been to reintroduce a class perspective with their exposure of the 1%.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Filipino organizers, community members and allies meet in Boston on March 22.Boston — Human rights abuse is being carried out by the U.S.-backed Duterte government in the Philippines. A public forum to expose that injustice was hosted here on March 22 by the U.S. chapter of the International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines.Members of the Filipino community in Boston, with their allies, heard informative talks given by members of ICHRP-US and BAYAN-USA, a coalition of Filipino organizations in the U.S. Then they broke into small groups to discuss the situation and create strategies to build local solidarity with the people of the Philippines. The meeting ended with a dynamic spoken word performance by Vijou Bryant, otherwise known as MC Baka.The meeting highlighted the fundamental role U.S. imperialism has played in creating and supporting Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte’s “Three Wars,” which, since June 2016, have led to over 13,000 deaths through government-sponsored extrajudicial killings.Bernadette Ellorin of BAYAN-USA described the history of colonialism and neocolonialism in the Philippines. The Philippines is the fifth most mineral-rich country in the world, mostly concentrated on the island of Mindanao, where, according to Ellorin, “The poorest people sit on the greatest riches in the Philippines.” In addition to its natural resources, the Philippines is located in a strategic position in the Asia-Pacific region: Most trade routes between Eastern and Western global hemispheres pass through its islands.Originally colonized by Spain, the U.S. seized control of the Philippines after the Spanish-American War, when the islands were “transferred” to the U.S. by the 1898 Treaty of Paris, along with Cuba, Puerto Rico and Guam.The Philippines gained nominal political independence in 1946, but U.S. economic and military interests continue to dominate the country. Today, the Philippines receives millions of dollars in U.S. military aid, including new drone bases, and has granted virtually unlimited access to U.S. so-called counterterrorism missions. U.S. firms like Dole and Del Monte control most economic activity on the islands, a phenomenon Ellorin described as “militarism for plunder.”Ellorin’s talk highlighted the three wars Duterte has been waging on the people of the Philippines. The first is the drug war, which has killed over 13,000 people and forcibly displaced hundreds of thousands more. It targets low-level dealers and users, while leaving untouched the organized crime syndicates and oligarchs who profit from the drug trade. The second war is the so-called war on terror, which, much like its U.S. counterpart, is justified through “hyper-Islamophobia” and used to target the Moro, a group of Indigenous people of Mindanao who have historically resisted Christianization and foreign dominance.The third war is the so-called war on the opposition. Under the guise of combatting the New People’s Army, which has been engaging in armed resistance to the U.S. puppet government since 1969, Duterte has begun arresting striking union leaders as “rebels” and labelling any popular dissent as a front for the Communist Party. Recently, an escalating number of peasant and Indigenous leaders have also been found dead as Duterte’s repression of all dissent intensifies.Pam Tau Lee of ICHRP-US reflected on her recent fact-finding mission to the Philippines, specifically to the island of Mindanao. She described a six-year-old girl, who is already a “tested leader,” directing other students in chants as the Department of Education tries to decertify hers and other Lumad Indigenous schools.The Indigenous Lumad people, much like Indigenous peoples in the U.S. and around the world, are fighting for the return of their land and an end to the destruction of that land for resource extraction. Tau Lee described the ongoing effort to bring a delegation of Lumad leaders to meet with Indigenous peoples in the U.S. to discuss their shared struggle against imperialism and the legacy of colonialism.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Home Indiana Agriculture News New Corn Herbicide From DuPont DuPont received regulatory approval for Instigate™ last week and announced it will be available for the 2013 growing season. New Corn Herbicide From DuPont Facebook Twitter [audio:https://www.hoosieragtoday.com//wp-content/uploads//2012/09/instigate.mp3|titles=New Product from DuPont]Audio Playerhttps://media.blubrry.com/hoosieragtoday/p/www.hoosieragtoday.com//wp-content/uploads//2012/09/instigate.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: RSS Previous articlePresidential Candidates Respond to Farm Bureau QuestionsNext articleSecretary Vilsack Announces Soybean Board Appointments Gary Truitt SHARE By Gary Truitt – Sep 24, 2012 Facebook Twitter SHARE Sater says Instigate™ is flexible in another way: it can work in a 1 pass or two pass system, “It can give you season control with one pass or it can work in a 2 pass Roundup Ready or Liberty Link system.” Instigate™ utilized multiple modes-of-action to help control herbicide resistant/tolerant weeds such as waterhemp, pigweeds, ragweeds, lambsquarters, Johnsongrass, horseweed (marestail) and morning glories. Bruce SaterDuPont has just received regulatory approval on a new product for Indiana corn growers. Instigate™ herbicide is a contact plus residual grass and broadleaf herbicide with multiple modes-of-action, applied pre-emerge or early post-emerge for corn crops. In field tests, Instigate™ delivered reliable control of major winter and summer annual grass and broadleaf weeds that were up at the time of application, with residual control to help see the crop through to a clean harvest. Bruce Sater, area sales manager with DuPont, told HAT one of the key advantages to Instigate™ is its flexibility, “Growers have the ability to apply just after planting or if the weather prevents that, they can apply post emergence, up to 2 leaf corn.”
Help by sharing this information March 29, 2020 Find out more November 27, 2020 Find out more Reports Coronavirus infects press freedom in Africa Organisation ZambiaAfrica RSF_en March 12, 2019 Find out more Follow the news on Zambia Reporters Without Borders deplores yesterday’s physical attacks on journalists by supporters of the ruling Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) at Lusaka international airport. The facts of incident were not disputed by President Ruphia Banda, who condemned the assault.“The president’s comments are reassuring, but apologies are not enough and concrete measures are now needed,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Sanctions must be adopted against the MMD supporters, who often attack journalists. We urge President Banda to take the opportunity offered by this unfortunate incident to publicly express his commitment to press freedom and to ensure that it is better respected from now on.”Young MMD supporters attacked reporter Chibaula Silwamba at the airport at around 11:30 a.m. after recognising him as an employee of The Post, an independent daily. He had gone there to cover President Banda’s arrival from a visit to neighbouring Uganda and was displaying his newspaper’s ID. They hit him several times in the stomach and forced him to leave.Three other employees of The Post who had gone to the airport to cover the departure of the Zambian football team Zesco United to Sudan – Maluba Jere, photographer Collins Phiri and sports reporter Prudence Phiri – were also attacked and manhandled by the same group of MMD supporters, and were forced to leave the airport.Reporter Anthony Mulowa and photographer Richard Mulonga of the state-owned Times of Zambia daily were also hit when they refused to show their press cards to the MMD supporters.President Banda condemned the violence shortly after his arrival. Silwamba nonetheless told Reporters Without Borders: “The President’s apologies are not enough. We expect him to do more, and to go after those responsible for these abuses.”Yesterday’s violence came just two weeks after The Post editor Chansa Kabwela was arrested on a completely unjustified charge of “distributing obscene materials.” See this release News July 30, 2009 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Reporters attacked at airport by president’s supporters News Receive email alerts ZambiaAfrica News The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa Zambia : Outspoken Zambian TV channel suspended for 30 days to go further