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CRDB Bank Plc (CRDB.tz) listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2000 annual report.For more information about CRDB Bank Plc (CRDB.tz) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the CRDB Bank Plc (CRDB.tz) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: CRDB Bank Plc (CRDB.tz) 2000 annual report.Company ProfileCRDB Bank Plc is a wholly-owned private commercial bank in Tanzania offering a comprehensive range of retail, commercial, corporate, treasury, premier and wholesale microfinance services. The company has an extensive infrastructure of branches, ATMs and deposit and mobile terminals and uses a vast network of Fahari Huduma agents which are microfinance agents. The retail division offers financial solutions which range from current and fixed deposit accounts to home purchase and construction loans, refinancing and cash back services. The corporate division provides financial service across the board; including documentary collection, letters of credit, guarantees, structured trade finance, treasury services and foreign exchange risk management. Established in 1996, CRDP Bank Plc has three subsidiary companies; CRB Bank Plc Burundi, CRDB Microfinance and CRDB Insurance Brokers.CRDB Bank Plc is listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange
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290 total views, 1 views today “We’re really proud to support the launch of the new ice cream, you can tell Morrisons really care about their partnership with CLIC Sargent and they do so much to help make a difference.“We really love how Morrisons and CLIC Sargent organise things for the whole family to get involved in, it helps bring normality to our situation even though Albie is poorly.“CLIC Sargent has helped us so much, they provided a grant when Albie was diagnosed which helped with parking and petrol costs and assigned us a social worker to support our older son, giving him someone to talk to, we can’t thank them enough. I’m now also a member of the Parent’s Advisory Board so I can use our experiences to help others.”Emily Bell, Ice Cream Buyer at Morrisons, said: “We wanted to create a fun flavour that the whole family can enjoy, with 15p per each pack supporting young lives facing cancer across the UK.”So far support from Morrisons has enabled CLIC Sargent to give more than 5,000 grants to help families with the financial costs of cancer. The money has also funded a team of Nurse Educators who will work with community hospitals so confident cancer care can be delivered locally. That means less travel and disruption to family life.More ice cream fundraisingNew ice cream flavour to raise funds for Unicef’s #CookForSyria (30 June 2017)Blockchain pilot sees Ben & Jerry carbon-offset ice cream at their London store (12 June 2018) Albie Noble spots the CLIC Sargent ice cream in Morrisons. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis11 Morrisons is selling a new ice cream to raise funds for CLIC Sargent to support children and young people with cancer. Welcome to Candyfloss and Apple ice cream!The treat was developed with the help of taste testers who have all been supported by CLIC Sargent, the charity for young lives struck by cancer.The winning flavour, Candyfloss and Apple, will be sold across Morrisons stores nationwide to raise £45,000 for their charity partner, CLIC Sargent. The sale of each pack will generate 15p for the charity.Morrisons’ partnership with the charity began in 2017, and so far it has raised £7.5 million.Ice cream tasting partyFive-year old Albie Noble from Huddersfield was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia in summer 2017. In September last year he joined other young people supported by CLIC Sargent at an ice cream tasting party at Morrisons head office in Bradford to mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.Albie is no stranger to ice cream. When first diagnosed he “ate nothing but ice cream for a week”. He will continue receiving treatment for the cancer for the next two years.His mum, Annie James, said: “We loved attending the tasting party at Morrisons, it was great for Albie to be with others facing similar situations, just being able to have fun and to feel normal.“It was also lovely to chat to other parents, while of course tasting lots of delicious ice cream. Albie and his brother couldn’t get enough of all of the different flavours to choose from! Advertisement Howard Lake | 20 March 2019 | News Tagged with: Cancer Fundraising corporate ice cream 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. 291 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis11 New ice cream flavour from Morrisons to raise funds for CLIC Sargent
El juez del Tribunal Supremo Antonin Scalia, conocido por sus decisiones reaccionarias, racistas, anti-mujer, anti-gay y contra la clase obrera, las cuales él disfrazó como eruditas y precisas interpretaciones del texto legal, murió repentinamente el 13 de febrero. Recordando su nombramiento a la corte en 1986, algunos pueden decir que su muerte llegó 30 años muy tarde. Teniendo en cuenta el dicho de que se debe decir solo cosas buenas de los muertos o nada en absoluto, no decimos nada.Pero sí tenemos algo que decir sobre el Tribunal Supremo de los Estados Unidos (TSEU). Reacciones políticas iniciales a la muerte de Scalia sugieren que habrá una batalla real dentro de la clase dominante — en este caso entre los dos partidos políticos capitalistas grandes – sobre el próximo nombramiento. Se espera que las próximas decisiones del TSEU resultarán en votos de 4-4. La batalla puede ser un conflicto tan amargo como las próximas elecciones presidenciales, aunque una sin el voto popular. La pregunta es: ¿Puede la clase trabajadora entrar en esta batalla interna de la clase dominante con demandas independientes?De las tres ramas del gobierno de EUA — la rama legislativa, el Congreso; la rama ejecutiva, el Presidente; y la rama judicial, el Tribunal Supremo — el Tribunal Supremo es la menos democrática. Sus miembros no son elegidos, son nombrados por vida por el Presidente y son aprobados por el Senado el cual está compuesto de millonarios, y ha sido el baluarte más estable de opresión y explotación de clase. El TS defendió a los dueños de esclavas/os en el siglo 19 y a los grandes capitalistas y banqueros contra la clase trabajadora y los pueblos oprimidos en los siglos 20 y 21, con solo unas pocas excepciones en tiempos de gran lucha de masas.En un artículo del 20 de julio de 1989, el presidente del Partido Workers World – Mundo Obrero Sam Marcy escribió que a pesar del proceso de ampliación de los derechos de voto a las/os afroamericanos, mujeres y jóvenes desde que fue escrita la Constitución, “ha habido un proceso social y económico simultáneo que es superior en fuerzas. Ese es el proceso de concentración del poder en instituciones no democráticas. Proviene de la concentración de los medios de producción en manos de una clase dominante que tiene el poder y lo distribuye en las zonas más propicias para ella. Así que no es accidental que el poder en última instancia deba ser ejercido por el Tribunal Supremo. Ese es más fiable para ellos, más conservador y que responde solo a aquellos que les han designado” (Para leer el artículo completo, ver tinyurl.com/hqbw146)Mientras que los partidos Demócrata y Republicano chocan entre ellos sobre si el Tribunal Supremo debe ser un obstáculo flexible o rígido para el progreso social, la clase trabajadora y los pueblos oprimidos deben utilizar la apertura creada por este conflicto para exponer la naturaleza antidemocrática de la corte y exigir el fin de su papel como órgano designado a defender el dominio de la clase de los súper-ricos.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
By admin – March 9, 2018 World’s Largest Rattlesnake Roundup Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp ON THE NETThe Sweetwater Jaycees has scheduled the World’s Largest Rattlesnake Roundup today through Sunday at Nolan County Coliseum, 220 Coliseum Drive, Sweetwater.The event includes a Miss Snake Charmer Pageant, gun and knife show, carnival, guided hunts, cook offs, dance and more.Doors open at 8 a.m. each day. Sweetwater Jaycees logo Local NewsEntertainment Facebook Pinterest Pinterest Previous articleAdd exhibits and events to any vacation or stay-cationNext articleLocal students go on to state, international science fairs admin
Facebook Game changers: Manning, Woodson, Megatron headed to Hall TAGS Previous articleThousands protest army takeover in Myanmar’s biggest cityNext articleJohnson, Springer rally No. 11 Tennessee past Kentucky 82-71 Digital AIM Web Support WhatsApp Pinterest Pinterest Twitter FILE – In this Feb. 6, 2011, file photo, Green Bay Packers’ Charles Woodson (21) defends on a pass intended for Pittsburgh Steelers’ Mike Wallace during the first half of the NFL football Super Bowl XLV football game in Arlington, Texas, in this Sunday, Feb. 6, 2011, file photo. The pass fell incomplete. Charles Woodson beat out Peyton Manning for a prestigious college award. Something called the Heisman Trophy. On Saturday, Feb. 6, 2021, they likely will share an even more impressive football honor: entry into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Facebook Local NewsSportsState Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 6, 2021 WhatsApp
Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced Wednesday that they, after an investigation, found Fay Servicing, a Chicago-based mortgage servicer, in violation of federally mandated rules, and subsequently ordered restitution payments and system changes. The CFPB’s investigation found that Fay Servicing did not take the steps required to keep their customers informed about the various options for foreclosure relief, nor did they inform their customers when additional information or documents were required to process their application. The Bureau also claims that Fay Servicing did not send evaluations to customers who had completed applications for foreclosure relief with vital information as to what relief options were being offered, the deadline or deadlines to accept such relief, or the borrower’s rights in declining said relief, putting unnecessary responsibility on the borrower. CFPB also said that, even though servicers are prohibited from moving forward with certain aspects of the foreclosure process, Fay Servicing sometimes began and completed the foreclosure even while borrowers were being considered for foreclosure relief. The Bureau has ordered Fay Servicing must pay up to $1.15 million to consumers that were directly subject to the illegal practices listed above. Fay Servicing must also demonstrate that they engage customers on the verge of foreclosure with viable alternatives to foreclosure, and create policies and procedures that will maintain proper data tracking for borrower outreach. “The Bureau found that Fay violated the CFPB’s servicing rules by keeping borrowers in the dark about critical information about the process of applying for foreclosure relief,” said CFPB Director Richard Cordray. “CFPB will continue to hold servicers accountable for violations of consumer protection laws.”Fay Servicing has agreed to pay the $1.15 million in redress to the affected borrowers. There will be no further penalty; and, moving forward, no monitor will be required.Fay issued a statement, “Fay has always been committed to delivering a high-quality customer service experience to borrowers while complying with all applicable legal and regulatory requirements. The isolated claims concern a small fraction of the more than 85,000 borrowers whose mortgages Fay Servicing has serviced since it was founded in 2008. While Fay regrets any instance in which it did not comply with a regulatory requirement, we believe the affected borrowers were well-served during the loss mitigation process . . . [t]he company reached this agreement with the CFPB in the interest of putting this matter behind it and focusing on the needs of its clients, employees, and borrowers.” Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Print This Post Home / Daily Dose / CFPB Takes Legal Action Against Mortgage Servicer for Noncompliance Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Share Save Tagged with: CFPB Fay Servicing non-compliance Previous: Estimated Additional Deficit Reduction for H.R. 10 Reaches $9.5 Billion Next: Favorable Conditions For SFR Investment in Many Cities CFPB Fay Servicing non-compliance 2017-06-07 Staff Writer in Daily Dose, Featured, Headlines, News Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Subscribe CFPB Takes Legal Action Against Mortgage Servicer for Noncompliance The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Related Articles The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago About Author: Staff Writer The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago June 7, 2017 3,655 Views Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago
Bombay HC Directs State & University To Pay Rs 5 Lakhs Each To Bhima Koregaon Accused Shoma Sen [Read Order]
News UpdatesBombay HC Directs State & University To Pay Rs 5 Lakhs Each To Bhima Koregaon Accused Shoma Sen [Read Order] Nitish Kashyap3 Sep 2020 7:58 AMShare This – x’Most unfortunate in such testing times to see a Retd Teacher left to fend for herself’, the Court said.The Bombay High Court last Friday directed Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University and the State Government to pay Rs.5 lakh each to former Head Of Post Graduate Department Of English at Nagpur University Professor (retired) Shoma Sen towards payment of gratuity, which was withheld after Sen’s arrest in the Bhima Koregaon violence case in June 2018, a month before her retirement.Although, the…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Bombay High Court last Friday directed Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University and the State Government to pay Rs.5 lakh each to former Head Of Post Graduate Department Of English at Nagpur University Professor (retired) Shoma Sen towards payment of gratuity, which was withheld after Sen’s arrest in the Bhima Koregaon violence case in June 2018, a month before her retirement.Although, the High Court had last month directed the University to pay Rs.5 lakh to Shoma Sen, instead of complying with the order, the University filed an application seeking permission to deposit the said sum with the Court registry and not Shoma Sen.Division bench of Chief Justice Dipankar Datta and Justice RK Deshpande at the Nagpur bench observed -“We have also noticed from the pleadings that the University has dragged its feet in processing the pension papers. Such an allegation has come from the side of the State. It is most unfortunate that during these testing times, a retired teacher has been left to fend for herself without the respondents taking adequate care and interest to clear her dues.”The petitioner retired from service on July 31, 2018 upon attaining the age of superannuation of 60 years. On June 6, 2018, she was arrested and detained in custody for more than 48 hours in connection with investigation of an FIR that was registered, alleging that she had committed offences punishable under IPC as well as the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967. In view of her continued detention beyond 48 hours, the petitioner was placed under suspension by an order dated June 15, 2018 issued by the Vice-Chancellor of the University with retrospective effect from the date of her arrest. For almost two years after her retirement, the petitioner was not paid her retiral dues. University’s counsel Arun Agrawal, while pressing the interim application, placed reliance on Rule 27 of the Maharashtra Civil Services (Pension) Rules, 1982 as well as the decision of the Supreme Court in Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Mahanadi Coalfields Limited v. Sri Rabindranath Choubey, to contend that the petitioner is neither entitled to payment of gratuity nor to release of pension having regard to commencement of departmental proceedings as well as judicial proceedings within the meaning of Rule 27 of the Rules.Petitioner’s counsel Advocate PD Meghe placed before the Court a decision of the Supreme Court in Municipal Corporation of Delhi v. Dharam Prakash Sharma and another, reported in 1998. The ratio of the decision is that gratuity provided for under the Pension Rules will not disentitle an employee from getting the payment of gratuity under the Payment of Gratuity Act.The bench observed-“Suspension, in law relating to disciplinary action, could either be an interim suspension or a suspension by way of penalty. It is well-known that while an employer initiates departmental proceedings against an employee, the employer may, in his wisdom, proceed to conduct and conclude the departmental proceedings even without placing such employee under suspension. Placing an employee under suspension, as an interim measure, thus is not a sine qua non for concluding departmental proceedings.Since as on date departmental proceedings have not been instituted against the petitioner by issuing charge-sheet, we hold that Mr. Agrawal’s reliance on clause (a) of sub-rule (6) of Rule 27 is misplaced.”Finally, coming to the issue of non-payment of gratuity and other retiral benefits, Court said- “We have also noted clause (c) of Rule 130 of the Rules prescribing that no gratuity shall be paid until conclusion of departmental or judicial proceedings and issue of final orders thereon. However, what is of vital importance is that as on 31st July, 2018, i.e., when the right to receive gratuity accrued in favour of the petitioner, there was no existence of judicial proceedings instituted against her. In terms of Rule 129A of the Rules, if payment of gratuity is delayed beyond three months from the date of retirement, interest is required to be paid; therefore, at least within such period the gratuity should have been released. The University cannot be allowed to take advantage of its own lapse and contend that it is justified in not processing the papers for release of gratuity in favour of the petitioner having regard to the provision of Rule 27 of the Rules. The argument is rejected as misconceived.”When the bench enquired from Public Prosecutor Deepak Thakare and Advocate Arun Agarwal about the quantum of money the petitioner is entitled to on account of gratuity. They were unable to apprise the Court of such quantum for want of instructions. However, it was ascertained from Adv Meghe that the amount would be almost Rs.14 lakh. Court said-“In the absence of proper assistance from the side of the respondents, we have no option at this stage but to accept the statement of Mr. Meghe as correct.”Thus, Court dismissed the civil interim application filed by the University seeking permission to deposit Rs.5 lakh with the Registry of the High Court as well as to modify the order dated August 13, 2020. The bench noted that the application is absolutely without merit and directed the University to make over the sum of Rs.5 lakh in favour of the petitioner within a week. Court clarified that since the petitioner is in custody, the sum may be transferred to her bank account by NEFT.Moreover, the bench noted-“Since the petitioner could be entitled to much more on account of gratuity and also that she is at least entitled to provisional pension in terms of sub-rule (4) of Rule 27 of the Rules and has not been paid a farthing since her retirement, we direct the State to release in favour of the petitioner an additional sum of Rs.5,00,000/-, on adhoc basis, within a period of thirty days.”Finally, Court was informed by the petitioner’s counsel that she had served as a teacher under the Respondent College between 1987 and 2009, and her own contribution of provident fund for such period of service has not been released. At this juncture, PP Deepak Thakre submitted that requisite steps would be taken to ensure that the petitioner receives her own contribution of provident fund for such period at the earliest. Court said-“We grant the State two months’ time to process the papers to ensure that the petitioner receives her dues without undue delay. Let the affidavits-in-reply to the writ petition be filed within four weeks; rejoinder thereto, if any, may be filed by the petitioner within two weeks thereafter. The writ petition may be listed for hearing after eight weeks.”Click Here To Download Order[Read Order] Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Michael Marsland/Yale University(NEW HAVEN, Conn.) — A Yale dean said the Ivy League university needs to work at becoming “truly inclusive” after a white student called police on a black classmate who had fallen asleep in a dormitory common area.“Incidents like that of last night remind us of the continued work needed to make Yale a truly inclusive place,” Lynn Cooley, the dean of Yale’s graduate school of arts and sciences, said in an email to students on Tuesday.The graduate student, Lolade Siyonbola, sparked outrage about racial profiling on Monday after she posted a video showing her long interaction with campus police officers and the white student who called them.“I deserve to be here. I pay tuition like everybody else,” Siyonbola, a 34-year-old graduate student in African studies, said after police asked her to present identification. “I’m not going to justify my existence here.”“I really don’t know if there’s a justification for you actually being in the building,” she said to the officers, after proving her enrollment.Siyonbola even unlocked her dorm-room door in front of the officers to prove she lived there after they insisted on seeing her ID.“We’re in a Yale building, and we need to make sure that you belong here,” one officer said in the video. The officers said the encounter lasted longer than expected because her name appears differently in the school’s system.Siyonbola, who ended up being questioned for nearly 20 minutes, said she had fallen asleep while working on a paper in a common room of her dorm. She told police that the female student who reported her suffered from mental illness and had called police on another student in the past.Another black graduate student told ABC affiliate WTNH-TV that the same woman called police on him about a month ago.Reneson Jean-Louis told police the woman said to him at the time, “‘You’re making me uncomfortable. I don’t feel safe around you. You’re an intruder. You need to leave. You need to get out.’”“This is, again, a blatant case of racial profiling that needs to be addressed at Yale, university-wide,” he added.Cooley said in her email that she’s “committed to redoubling our efforts to build a supportive community in which all graduate students are empowered in their intellectual pursuits and professional goals within a welcoming environment.”The incident is the latest in a string of recent high-profile encounters involving black people who have been wrongfully reported.Earlier this week, a group of black Airbnb renters in Southern California said they planned to sue Rialto Police Department over how it responded to a 911 caller reporting a burglary at their rental location. A similar situation unfolded in downtown Philadelphia last month involving two black men at a Starbucks where a manager reported them because they hadn’t purchased anything.Siyonbola didn’t immediately respond to social media requests for additional comment, but she wrote about the incident on her Facebook page Tuesday afternoon: “Grateful for all the love, kind words and prayers, your support has been overwhelming. Black Yale community is beyond incredible and is taking good care of me.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — The first half of the weekend was a washout for much of the Northeast, thanks to heavy showers and thunderstorms that continued throughout the day.Many areas received 2 to 3 inches of rain, while Caldwell, New Jersey, received 4.92 inches and New York’s Central Park received 2.9 inches, a new record for the day. Flights at Newark Liberty International Airport were delayed, and one entrance of New York City’s Penn Station was closed due to floodwaters.The atmospheric setup remains similar on Sunday with a tenacious stationary front remaining in place in the Northeast. That means more showers and thunderstorms will develop on Sunday.However, the worst is over for the Northeast. Showers on Sunday should be less intense and less frequent than Saturday. Rainfall amounts through Monday evening will range between 1 and 2 inches for most spots, with upwards of 3 inches possible in New England.Fire weather in Northern PlainsAt least three new wildfires were sparked Saturday in Montana, thanks to gusty winds, low humidity and extensive heat, according to Great Falls ABC affiliate KRTV.Temperatures were so high in the region Saturday that numerous records were broken, including Glasgow, Montana (107 degrees); Helena, Montana (102 degrees); Pocatello, Idaho (100 degrees); and West Glacier, Montana (100 degrees), which reached triple digits for the first time in recorded history.A high centered over Minnesota will steer warm air from the south into the Upper Plains again on Sunday. High temperatures will reach into the 100s in some places, with the potential of new records being set.Very dry air over the West, coupled with a cold front in western Montana, will produce gusty winds and the formation of dry thunderstorms on Sunday. Lightning strikes from these dry storms can easily spark new wildfires, while the gusty winds can facilitate their rapid spread. Red flag warnings remain in effect for much of the region through Sunday night.Monsoons calm downMonsoon thunderstorms rolled through the Las Vegas area again Saturday night. Dust storms and flash flood warnings were both issued by the National Weather Service for the region. Winds — some that gusted to over 71 miles per hour — and rain were so severe that, at one point, 62,000 customers of NV Energy were without power.Drier air is expected to move in from the west on Sunday, which will decrease the probability of monsoon thunderstorms for the next few days. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.