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12 April 2010Half-a-million tickets for the 2010 Fifa World Cup™ go on sale from Wednesday, when the fifth and final round of ticket sales for the tournament kicks off, coinciding with the opening of ticketing centres in all nine South African host cities and the start of the over-the-counter sales.Unveiling the official World Cup ticket at Maponya Mall in Soweto outside Johannesburg on Friday, Fifa secretary-general Jerome Valcke said that, for the last sales phase, “we have made a big effort to assist football fans by introducing various additional means to purchase a ticket”.In all, 500 000 tickets for 63 matches – including all knock-out matches except the final – will be made available.Tickets will be available from 15 April through to the last day of the tournament (11 July) via five different sales channels:The official tournament website www.fifa.com. The World Cup call centre hotline, open seven days a week from 8am to 10pm: 083 123 2010 (from within South Africa) or 0041445832010 (international). 11 ticketing centres across South Africa’s nine host cities, open seven days a week from 9am to 6pm. Fans will have to show an ID document. Check the ticketing centre locations. 18 Shoprite/Checkers sales points, open seven days a week. Fans will have to show an ID document. Check the sales point locations. About 600 FNB branches across South Africa, open five days a week. Here, fans can order tickets, make payment and get ticket confirmation immediately. However, the actual tickets will need to be collected either from one of the 11 Fifa ticketing centres or from one of the 18 Shoprite/Checkers sales points. “We are excited about these new initiatives, which make the process much easier for everyone,” Organising Committee CEO Danny Jordaan said on Friday. “We have always said that it is important that we make this World Cup more accessible to the people, and with the over-the-counter sales, we believe this measure is consistent with the needs of the fans.”A total of 240 000 tickets were sold in the fourth phase, 85% of which went to South African residents. Overall, 2.2-million tickets have been sold for the tournament.SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material
It is expected that the project will lay the foundation for a future fleet of power plants by demonstrating solar field and power plant technology. Emission savings are estimated at about 5-million tons of CO2 equivalent – over a 20-year life span – for the Sere wind power project and 9-million tons for the Upington solar power plant. Diversifying energy mix 7 June 2011 “Eskom is committed to reducing its carbon footprint,” Eskom CEO Brian Dames told BuaNews this week. “This is an exciting time in the company’s history with its first large-scale introduction of two critically important renewable energy projects in its fleet.” The loan, which was concluded under the South African Government Guarantee for Eskom’s debt, is for 40 years. Currently, South Africa generates barely 22MW in wind power and has no grid connected solar power generation capacity. While it is more expensive to generate power from renewables than from coal-fired production, the goal is to decrease their marginal cost over time. Apart from providing financing, AfDB will also transfer critical knowledge of how to design and manage wind and solar energy projects to South African experts, enabling the country to take a major step towards an economy powered by cleaner energy. According to a statement by the African Development Bank (AfDB) this week, the financial package includes $265-million from the bank’s own reserves, as well as a $100-million concessional loan from the Clean Technology Fund. Carbon emissions savings Catalyst for larger scale delivery According to the AfDB, about 90% of electrical energy produced in the country in 2010, was derived from fossil fuels, emitting approximately 224.7-million tons of CO2, and making the South African economy one of the most carbon-intensive in the world. “In addition to the tremendous environmental benefits, the project will have a positive impact on job creation,” the AfDB said. The funds will allow Eskom to implement its $1.3-billion renewable energy programme that includes a 100MW concentrated solar power plant at Upington in the Northern Cape and a 100MW wind farm near Koekenaap in the Western Cape. These projects respond directly to South Africa’s need for more energy and to diversify its energy mix, gradually increasing the weight of clean energy to 42% by 2030 as anticipated in South Africa’s Integrated Resource Plan, released earlier this year. “The two initiatives are the first of their kind in a region where they are seen as a test case and catalyst for larger-scale delivery of power using renewable technologies to displace considerable future CO2 emissions,” Hela Cheikhrouhou, director of the AfDB’s energy, environment and climate change department, said in a statement this week. South African state company Eskom has secured a US$365-million (about R2.46-billion) loan from the African Development Bank to fund construction of a concentrated solar power plant at Upington in the Northern Cape and a wind farm near Koekenaap in the Western Cape. SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material
Discussions at The Future of Education Summit included a focus on higher education and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It was the third iteration of the annual gathering.Gauteng Premier David Makhura is one of the speakers at The Future of Education Summit on 29 November 2017 in Johannesburg. He says Africa’s most important resource is its youth. “For us to make the economy better, we must first invest in skills and then invest in infrastructure.” (Images: Melissa Javan)Melissa JavanRegulations and investment in education by the public and private sectors were among the topics on the agenda at The Future of Education Summit.Rakesh Wahl, co-founder of ABN Group and founder of the summit, welcomed guests to the gathering. He said there was a diverse group of speakers that included people from local and international universities. Held on 29 November 2017 in Sandton, it was the third annual summit.Challenges that needed to be addressed in education included overcrowding, underfunding and quality concerns, Wahl said.Gauteng Premier David Makhura was the opening speaker, and the keynote speech was given by former public protector Thuli Madonsela.Support systems for studentsFormer public protector Thuli Madonsela is the keynote speaker at The Future of Education Summit on 29 November 2017 in Johannesburg. Just with a matric certificate you are four times more likely to be employed, she says. Education is a leveller. “Education improves our logic and rationality. [Also] it often gives us the power to communicate effectively.”Advocate Madonsela said education was a leveller. Had it not been for education, she would have followed in her mother’s footsteps – become a domestic worker and then an informal trader.She also spoke about the support systems students needed, giving by way of example a student whose registration fee of R5,000 was paid by members of his community. He had neither books nor accommodation, and lived in a bathroom for disabled people while studying.While financial support was important, emotional support also needed to be given. While she was studying at Harvard University in the United States, said Madonsela, professors regularly phoned her to ask how she was doing.“What support systems do we bring into this when you bring students to university?” she asked, urging those that gave scholarships “to not have strict criteria for students to pass”. Years ago, a pass would be enough but nowadays students needed a certain percentage to pass when they had a scholarship.Madonsela also encouraged South Africans to find local companies to create and fix their tech hardware, such as computers.Guests tweeted comments from the summit:Advocate @ThuliMadonsela3 says we disempower our children by training them to be seekers of jobs, when we should be equipping them to be creators of jobs. This will ensure continued economic opportunities. #FOESummit2017 #sabcnews pic.twitter.com/MiawglZGrc— Jamaine Krige (@jour_maine) November 29, 2017Education should prepare our youth to be able to solve world problems and not prepare them only for a job. @SPARKSchools #FOESummit2017— Stacey Brewer (@stace_d_brewer) November 29, 2017Education must be adapted to meet the needs of technological advancements which are re-shaping the business landscape. Africa should incorporate some of the best international trends into our curricula #FOESummit2017 pic.twitter.com/l5PsZ98gtQ— Monash South Africa (@Monash_SA) November 29, 2017We need to expand the technology and reduce the cost of data for students.Also, the access and downloading of intellectual property is important. – Dr Hershel’s Narsee#FOESummit2017— Olwethu Leshabane (@Olwe2Lesh) November 29, 20176 ways of assessing the education system; access, equity, quality, relevance, success, efficiency, says Dr. Hersheela Narsee @forbesafrica #FOESummit2017 pic.twitter.com/uscelvATYY— vivian onano (@vivianonano) November 29, 2017Panel discussionsIn the panel discussion “The future of higher education”, panellists spoke about issues such as blended education, how the landscape of higher education had changed, distance education and the Fourth Industrial Revolution.“We have to educate young and old people for what’s coming [in terms of the Fourth Industrial Revolution],” said Prof Tshilidzi Marwala, vice-chancellor of the University of Johannesburg. “We need to train people for skills they might use in the future.“It would be expensive to do so.”In terms of blended education, he said 4,500 of the 50,000 students at his university were from outside South Africa. “We want our local students to interact with other students on how they approach problems.”The panel at The Future of Education Summit on 29 November 2017 in Johannesburg is, from left, Dr Hersheela Narsee, Prof Tshilidzi Marwala, Prof Mark E Smith, Prof Seth Kunin and Bronwen Nielsen.Dr Hersheela Narsee, director of research co-ordination and policy support in the Department of Higher Education and Training, said technology was going to be key for the future. We must facilitate online learning better.“About 42% of students study through distance education in South Africa.”Access to laptops and data was important for these students, she said. “Reducing the cost of data is one of the issues we have to address with the private sector.”Narsee also said the department was keen to develop open learning resources that would give students access to data.Prof Seth Kunin, deputy vice-chancellor of the International Curtin University, said the way education was delivered was going to change. He spoke about online learning being the future and said: “It won’t be passive, it will be active.”The higher education curriculum should not only be fit for industry, the professor added. “People should be trained to be creative and to be creators of knowledge, to be innovators.”Other panel discussions included “The impact of regulation and policy on higher education” and “The role of the private sector in higher education”.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Nominations are now being accepted for the Ohio Natural Resources Hall of Fame through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).For the past 50 years, the Hall of Fame has been the state’s top honor for individuals who have improved the quality of life in Ohio through natural resources management, environmental education or scientific achievement.Selection criteria and a nomination form are available at ohiodnr.gov/HallOfFame. Online nomination forms must be submitted no later than Friday, Aug. 12. The online form may also be printed and mailed to ODNR Communications, 2045 Morse Road, Building D-3, Columbus, Ohio 43229. Printed forms must be received no later than Aug. 12.Created by ODNR in 1966, the Ohio Natural Resources Hall of Fame has proudly honored 158 individuals to date, including John Chapman (Johnny Appleseed); explorer John Wesley Powell; conservationist and Pulitzer-prize winning novelist Louis Bromfield; pioneering botanist Lucy Braun; and farming conservation advocate Bob Evans.Award presentations will be made this fall with a date and location to be announced.
Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netFar Eastern University earned its first string of back-to-back games after brushing off winless University of the East, 25-20, 25-17, 24-26, 25-22, in the UAAP Season 80 women’s volleyball tournament Saturday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.The Lady Tamaraws improved to 3-2 and took a share of third place with Ateneo while the Lady Warriors, who played their first match without beleaguered former head coach Francis Vicente, dropped to 0-6.ADVERTISEMENT Google honors food scientist, banana ketchup inventor and war hero Maria Orosa Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Read Next AFP official booed out of forum MOST READ LATEST STORIES John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Families in US enclave in north Mexico hold sad Thanksgiving Pascua, however, wanted more aggressiveness from his players after they dropped the third set.“They’re too kind to their opponents, so I hope that the they can unleash the Tamaraw spirit,” said Pascua. “They just have to charge because sometimes they stop attacking, but when they get it going it’s a quick victory for us.”Bernadeth Pons led the Tamaraws with 21 points while Domingo added 19 points.Heather Guino-o and Toni Rose Basas also topped the 10-point mark with 12 points apiece.Mendrez had a season-high 21 points to lead the Lady Warriors with Shaya Adorador adding 18.ADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Pussycat Dolls set for reunion tour after 10-year hiatus View comments Celine Domingo, who is a former Lady Warrior, got going in the clutch for FEU when she first gave the Lady Tamaraws a 23-19 lead after a block on Mary Ann Mendrez.She then followed it up with an off-balanced kill that gave the Lady Tamaraws their first match point at 24-21.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutFEU head coach George Pascua was satisfied with how his team strung together two consecutive victories, essentially recovering from their back-to-back losses.“It’s a good comeback because we lost two straight before this one, so hopefully we can sustain this the whole season,” said Pascua in Filipino. “Our goal every game is to win, be it in five sets or three.” Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City LOOK: Iya Villania meets ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ cast in Mexico Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lakers rout Mavericks in Lonzo Ball’s return
Hebert says the site will be monetized through a combination of native and display advertising options. Social interactivity drives content engagement and distribution, particularly with the millennial crowd, and publishers have jumped on that bandwagon in a big way. Here Media has taken a page out of the Buzzfeed playbook with its new launch, Pride.com. The site, which is live now in beta, features content—listicles, video and short items—created around trending topics and prominent sharing and commenting tools. Time Inc. is using a similar strategy with The Snug, a mobile-first, socially-oriented site for millennial home decor enthusiasts. That was followed up with the launch of MIMI, which uses the same content model for the beauty and fashion market. Pride.com—built with the Livefyre Studio platform which allows it to monitor realtime engagement and publish content that matches social activity—will feature original content. Readers log into the site using their existing social accounts to interact with other readers. Here Media, publisher of Out, The Advocate and a network of other LGBT brands, is actively courting millennials with its new site. “Here Media conducted focus groups in both New York City and Los Angeles with young, millennial LGBTs and used insights about media consumption habits and interests to develop a new publishing platform,” says Robert Hebert, Here Media’s director of consumer marketing.
WILMINGTON, MA — Below are 5 things to do in Wilmington on Friday, July 12, 2019:#1) Movie In The Morning: E.T.The Wilmington Memorial Library (175 Middlesex Avenue) is screening E.T. at 10am. Enjoy a fun movie in our air-conditioned room. Popcorn will be served. Ages 3+. Register HERE.#2) Tour Of Wilmington Town MuseumThe Town Museum (430 Salem Street) is open from 10am to 2pm. Come explore Wilmington’s history. Free admission.#3) Bingo At Senior Center The Wilmington Senior Center (15 School Street) is holding its weekly bingo game at 1pm.#4) Karaoke At Pacific GrovePacific Grove (211 Lowell Street) is hosting karaoke from Winnell Entertainment beginning at 8pm.#5) Town Beach The Town Beach is open today. Lifeguards are on duty from 10am to 8pm. Admission is FREE for residents. Proof of residency is required. Learn more HERE.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Friday, August 30, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Friday, August 16, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Friday, August 2, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”
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Australia prime minister Scott Morrison speaks to the media during a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, 16 October, 2018. Photo: Reuters Australia is considering moving its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, prime minister Scott Morrison announced Tuesday, following the lead of US president Donald Trump.Morrison called a press conference to say he was “open-minded” to proposals to formally recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move his nation’s embassy to the holy city, a sharp break with the policy of successive Australian governments for decades.“We’re committed to a two-state solution, but frankly it hasn’t been going that well, not a lot of progress has been made, and you don’t keep doing the same thing and expect different results,” Morrison said.He described proposals to recognise Jerusalem and move Australia’s embassy as “sensible” and “persuasive” and would be considered by the government.Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a statement saying he had discussed the possible embassy move with Morrison.“He informed me that he is considering officially recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel & moving the Australian embassy to Jerusalem. I’m very thankful to him for this,” Netanyahu tweeted.The surprise announcement came just days before a crucial parliamentary by-election in a Sydney district that has a significant Jewish electorate and where the candidate for Morrison’s Liberal party, a former ambassador to Israel, is trailing in opinion polls.A loss in the election would wipe out Morrison’s one-seat majority in parliament.“Scott Morrison is now so desperate to hang on to his job, he is prepared to say anything if he thinks it will win him a few more votes—even at the cost of Australia’s national interest,” said the opposition Labour party foreign policy spokeswoman Penny Wong.Morrison came to power in August after a revolt by hardline conservatives in the Liberal party ousted his more moderate predecessor, Malcolm Turnbull.Turnbull’s government had explicitly distanced itself from the decision by Trump to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem as “unhelpful” to the peace process.Morrison rejected suggestions that his decision to consider following Trump’s lead was a result of US pressure or related to the by-election in Sydney’s Wentworth district on Saturday.“I have made this decision without any reference to the United States,” he said. “It has not come up in any discussion that I have had with the president or officials.”Trump’s move ruptured decades of international consensus that Jerusalem’s status should be settled as part of a two-state peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians.
Dinner church movement sets the table for food, faith and friendships August 29, 2019 Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,About the authorView All Posts Share This! By: Associated Press Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email News Associated Press,Load Comments,Evidence of improper voting raises questions about Methodist gay clergy vote Share This! Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Tagsanti-immigrant anti-Islam anti-Jewish anti-Sikhism Charleston shooting houses of worship suicide bombers violent extremism,You may also like Share This! Pete Buttigieg: Religious left is ‘stirring’ August 29, 2019 Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Latasha Morrison hopes to build a bridge between black and white Christians Share This! By: Associated Press By: Associated Press Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,(AP) — Houses of worship around the world, a place of reflection and peace, have been targeted for attack by extremists. Here are some of the deadly assaults over the last decade:Oct. 31, 2010: Al-Qaida in Iraq militants attack Our Lady of Salvation Catholic Church in Baghdad during Sunday night mass, killing 58 people in the deadliest assault targeting Christians since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion there. Al-Qaida in Iraq later became the Islamic State group.Dec. 15, 2010: Two suicide bombers from the Sunni extremist group Jundallah blow themselves up near a mosque in southeastern Iran, including six Revolutionary Guard commanders.July 16, 2010: Jundallah group kills 27 and injures 270 after it carries out a double suicide bombing against another Shiite mosque in southeastern Iran.Aug. 5, 2012: Six members of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, in Oak Creek, are fatally shot by a white supremacist, Wade Michael Page. Page was shot by a responding officer and later killed himself.Nov. 18, 2014: Two Palestinians using axes, knives and a gun kill four Jewish worshippers and an Israeli police officer in an attack on a Jerusalem synagogue.Jan. 30, 2015: Suicide bombing at a Shiite mosque in the Pakistani town of Shikarpur kills 71. Jundullah claims responsibility.March 20, 2015: Islamic State suicide bombers attack a pair of mosques in Yemen’s capital, unleashing monstrous blasts that ripped through worshippers and killed 137 people.June 17, 2015: Nine black worshippers including a pastor are killed by Dylann Roof, a 21-year-old white supremacist, after he prayed with them in Charleston, South Carolina. Roof was convicted of federal hate-crime and obstruction-of-religion charges and sentenced to death.Sept. 24, 2015: A suicide bomber strikes a mosque in Yemen’s rebel-held capital, killing 25 worshippers during prayers for the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha.Nov. 12, 2016: Suicide bomber from Islamic State group kills over 50 at the shrine of Shah Noorani, in Pakistan’s Baluchistan province.Dec. 11, 2016: Suicide bomber strikes inside a Cairo chapel adjacent to St. Mark’s Cathedral, seat of Egypt’s ancient Coptic Orthodox Church. The Islamic State group claimed the attack, which killed at least 25 people.Jan. 29, 2017: A gunman killed six men during evening prayers at the Islamic Cultural Centre in Quebec City. Alexandre Bissonnette pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and attempted murder charges and was sentenced to serve 40 years in prison before being eligible for parole.Feb. 16, 2017: Suicide bomber detonates his explosives vest among the devotees at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Pakistan’s Sindh province, killing 98.April 9, 2017: Twin suicide bombings rock churches in the Egyptian coastal city of Alexandria and Tanta, killing at least 45 people. The attack was claimed by the Islamic State group.June 15, 2017: A suicide bomber kills four people at a Shiite mosque in Afghanistan’s capital city of Kabul. Among the dead is a leader of Afghanistan’s ethnic Hazaras, who are mostly Shiite Muslims.Aug. 1, 2017: A suicide bomber storms into the largest Shiite mosque in Afghanistan’s western Herat province, opening fire on worshippers before blowing himself up, killing at least 90 people. Hundreds more were wounded in the attack, which happened during evening prayers.Aug. 3, 2018: Suicide bombers disguised in burqa robes attack a Shiite mosque in eastern Afghanistan, killing 27 people.Aug. 25, 2017: Militants storm a packed Shiite mosque in Kabul during Friday prayers. The attack ends with at least 28 worshippers killed and 50 wounded, many of them children. Two of the assailants blow themselves up and another two are shot dead by Afghan security forces.Sept. 29, 2017: A suicide bomber blows himself up outside a Shiite mosque in Kabul, killing five. The attack took place as worshippers were leaving the mosque after Friday prayers.Oct. 20, 2017: The Islamic State group claims a suicide bomber attack, killing 31 and wounding 29 people, at a Shiite mosque in Kabul.Nov. 5, 2017: Dressed in black tactical-style gear and armed with an assault weapon, 26-year-old Devin Kelley opened fire at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas, killing 26 people and wounding about 20 others.Nov. 24, 2017: Militants kill 311 worshippers in a mosque attack in north Sinai, the deadliest such terrorist attack in Egypt’s modern history.Dec. 17, 2017: Islamic State attack on a church in Pakistani city of Quetta kills 16 people.Oct. 27, 2018: A gunman believed to have spewed anti-Semitic slurs and rhetoric on social media entered Tree of Life Congregation synagogue in Pittsburgh and opened fire, killing 11 and wounding six, including four police officers.Jan. 27, 2019: Two suicide attackers detonate two bombs during a Mass in a Roman Catholic cathedral on the largely Muslim island of Jolo in the southern Philippines, killing 23 and wounding about 100 others. Three days later, an attacker hurls a grenade in a mosque in nearby Zamboanga city, killing two religious teachers.March 15, 2019: At least 40 people are killed in an attack at mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch. Share This! Associated Press News Buttigieg walks fine line in courting religious left August 29, 2019 DIY Faith • News