Bindura Nickel Corporation Limited (BIND.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Mining sector has released it’s 2019 annual report.For more information about Bindura Nickel Corporation Limited (BIND.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Bindura Nickel Corporation Limited (BIND.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Bindura Nickel Corporation Limited (BIND.zw) 2019 annual report.Company ProfileBindura Nickel Corporation is a mining company operating mines and a smelter complex in Bindura, Zimbabwe; engaged in the mining and extraction of nickel, and production of nickel by-products (copper and cobalt). The company’s current projects include a shaft re-deepening project, sub-vertical service winder and main rock winder drives upgrade project, concentrator plant and sub-vertical medium voltage switch room equipment replacement project, and a smelter restart project. Founded in 1966, BNC is a subsidiary of Zimnick Limited and operated and majority-owned by Mwana Africa plc, an African multi-national mining company based in Johannesburg, South Africa. The operating subsidiary of BNC is Trojan Nickel Mine Limited. Bindura Nickel Corporation is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
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Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature Twitter $800 million bond looks to expand JPS medical and behavioral health facilities 10th-annual Frogstock features student-led music Fort Worth recognized for growing music scene Kayley Ryanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kayley-ryan/ + posts Previous articleZumba classes held at the Southwest Regional LibraryNext articleWeekend round up: 10/21- 10/23 Kayley Ryan RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Kayley Ryanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kayley-ryan/ Fort Worth set to elect first new mayor in 10 years Saturday Kayley Ryanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kayley-ryan/ City to approve Westcliff rezoning, tackle loopholes that allow “stealth dorms” Kayley Ryan Linkedin Kayley Ryanhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kayley-ryan/ ReddIt Linkedin ReddIt printA ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrated the opening of CycleBar, an indoor cycling franchise, on Thursday evening at the recently developed Waterside shopping center.Members of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce recognized CycleBar Waterside as part of the community.CycleBar Waterside will officially hold its grand opening on Monday. The free introductory classes the company has been offering since Oct. 10 will transition to a pay-as-you-go plan, said the owners of the studio.Owners Carly Weyand and TK Campbell are a daughter and mother-in-law duo with a partnership that flourishes from their complementary personalities.Owners Carly Weyand and TK Campbell pose inside the break room of their studio.“Carly’s very creative, and she was in digital marketing,” said Campbell. “And I am an accountant type…. Besides, she has my grandchildren so that really helps cement things.”What they do hold in common is a love for cycling and community, which is why they chose to open a CycleBar studio in the first place.“We want people to feel like they’re welcome, like they’re part of this team, and like this is a place where they can hang out and have brunch on the weekends or happy hour,” said Weyand.CycleBar’s community environment is built by their nine instructors, whom Weyand and Campbell selected from 40 who auditioned followed by rigorous training.One of those nine instructors is Glenn Simpson, 35, who lost 150 pounds in three years thanks to cycling.He began cycling with the purchase of a $250 bike at Walmart and a mile-and-a-half long ride.This before-and-after photo shows Simpson at 300 pounds and at 180 pounds, a change he credits to cycling.“It became a passion,” Simpson said. “It saved my life.”Now at 180 pounds Simpson said he continues to push himself.“Now I’m trying to figure out how to do 30 miles,” he said.Simpson was an unusual choice for Weyand and Campbell because he had no prior training experience. But Weyand said the most important factor in choosing trainers was their personality, which helps bond the community of cyclists.The community spirit extends beyond the studio to local charities with “CycleGiving” events, in which riders pay $25 for one 50-minute class–and all the proceeds go to local charities such as Goodwill, said Weyand.“It’s going to be a really easy way for these charities to raise a significant amount of money in only 50 minutes,” Weyand said.Weyand and Campbell are also seeking out local businesses such as coffee or juice vendors to partner with them and provide their riders with more amenities, Weyand said.The CycleBar Waterside building is 2,800 square feet. It houses a small break room decorated with a red-and-white color scheme, a cycling studio with 48 Schwinn Carbon Blue bikes and locker rooms with showers.A 4- or 6-pound bar rests on each Schwinn Carbon Blue bike for riders to use during the upper-body portion of class.The name CycleBar derives from combining cycling with upper-body exercises using a 4- or 6-pound bar that riders lift while cycling for a portion of the class, said Weyand.Weyand describes a typical 50-minute class as a multisensory experience, with three elements tying it all together: “CycleTheater,” “CycleStats” and “CycleBeats.”“CycleTheatre” describes the studio itself which features two big screen TVs that flash riders’ rankings in the class after every one to two songs.Weyand said the “CycleStats” keep things competitive.“The stats flash and people just go nuts when they see that,” Weyand said.After the class, riders receive an email with their “CycleStats” showing their speed and calories burned. They also receive “CycleBeats,” the playlists instructors create for class.Riders can wear shoes designed to work with the bikes for free each time they come to class.Other free amenities include water bottles, shoe rentals, hair ties, deodorant and fresh fruit after class.CycleBar Waterside is offering discounted classes and class packages during its grand opening on Monday, according to its website. CycleBar does not offer memberships, just a pay-as-you-go plan.The first CycleBar studio originated with entrepreneurs Bill Pryor and his sister Alex Klemmer in their Boston, Massachusetts, neighborhood in 2004, according to the franchise’s website. Grains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store Facebook Facebook
News August 19, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Newspaper editor held for referring to “northern Kurdistan” News Receive email alerts Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Turkey Turkey’s never-ending judicial persecution of former newspaper editor News RSF_en April 2, 2021 Find out more TurkeyEurope – Central Asia TurkeyEurope – Central Asia April 28, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders called today for the immediately release of Yasin Yetisgen, the owner and editor of the Kurdish newspaper Coban Atesi, who was detained by a police court on 14 August in Gaziantep (in southeastern Anatolia) for publishing an article that said Gaziantep was located in “northern Kurdistan.”“As the crime of ‘separatist propaganda’ in article 8 of the anti-terrorism law was repealed in July 2003, it seems utterly archaic to detain Yetisgen before prosecuting him on a charge of ‘attacking the country’s integrity and the state’s unity’,” the press freedom organisation said.The offending article appeared in the 2 August issue of Coban Atesi, a local newspaper. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of the article’s author, Hursit Kasikkirmaz, who lives abroad. Yetisgen’s lawyer has filed an appeal against his detention.The European Court of Human Rights condemned Turkey in 2004 for convicting publisher Ayse Nur Zarakolu for publishing a book about the murder of journalist Ferhat Tepe. The court ruled that the use of the term “Kurdistan” could not in itself be grounds for restricting free expression. Human rights groups warns European leaders before Turkey summit Journalists threatened with imprisonment under Turkey’s terrorism law to go further News Organisation April 2, 2021 Find out more
Organisation Credit: YASIN AKGUL / AFP Receive email alerts TurkeyEurope – Central Asia Protecting journalists Judicial harassmentImprisonedFreedom of expression Turkey’s never-ending judicial persecution of former newspaper editor After an Istanbul court freed well-known newspaper columnist Kadri Gürsel on 25 September but kept four colleagues in detention, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) joins ARTICLE 19 and the International Press Institute in calling for the release of all journalists held for political reasons in Turkey. News Human rights groups warns European leaders before Turkey summit Related documents jointstatementcumhuriyet.pdfPDF – 191.73 KB April 28, 2021 Find out more September 27, 2017 Kadri Gürsel freed but four other Cumhuriyet employees still held TurkeyEurope – Central Asia Protecting journalists Judicial harassmentImprisonedFreedom of expression News RSF_en News to go further Read the joint statement here or below Gürsel and his four colleagues are part of a group of 17 members of the staff of the opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet who are the subject of a controversial trial. The four still held provisionally are editor Murat Sabuncu, investigative reporter Ahmet Şık, executive board president Akın Atalay and accountant Emre İper. Because of the newspaper’s criticism of the government, the 17 journalists and staff members are facing up to 43 years in prison on charges of being accomplices to terrorism. In particular, they are alleged to have “defended” three organizations that are branded as “terrorist” in Turkey – the Gülen Movement, the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and the small, far-left group, DHKP/C. The next hearing in the trial is scheduled for 31 October. “This Kafkaesque trial, in which journalists are being treated as terrorists, cannot go on,” RSF said. “Kadri Gürsel’s release is no more than a very partial achievement. These absurd proceedings must be abandoned and all of the Cumhuriyet employees and journalists must be freed.” Turkey is ranked 155th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2017 World Press Freedom Index. The already worrying media situation has become critical under the state of emergency proclaimed after a coup attempt in July 2016. Around 150 media outlets have been closed, mass trials are being held and more than 100 journalists are currently in prison – a world record.Turkey: Kadri Gürsel released, four remain behind bars in Cumhuriyet caseARTICLE 19, the International Press Institute (IPI) and Reporters Without Borders welcome Monday’s release of Cumhuriyet columnist and IPI Turkey representative Kadri Gürsel after more than 11 months in pre-trial detention. Gürsel was freed following a third hearing in the trial of over a dozen journalists and staff working for Cumhuriyet, one of Turkey’s last remaining national opposition papers. All three organisations, representatives of which attended Monday’s hearing at Istanbul’s Çağlayan courthouse, repeat their call for the release of the four Cumhuriyet journalists still behind bars – Chief Executive Akin Atalay, Editor-in-Chief Murat Sabuncu, investigative journalist Ahmet Şık and accountant Emre İper – and all other journalists detained in Turkey on politically motivated charges. “The ruling is bittersweet,“ IPI Director of Advocacy and Communications Steven M. Ellis said. “We’re extremely glad that Kadri Gürsel was released after nearly 11 months, but equally disappointed our other colleagues were not. Monday’s proceedings, with a parade of witnesses offering irrelevant commentary instead of facts, demonstrated again how absurd this case is. And this ruling, while a step forward, is a reminder of the extreme pressure those who fight for press freedom and government accountability still face in Turkey.” The Cumhuriyet journalists and staff are charged with aiding a terrorist organisation without being a member and face between 7.5 years and 43 years in jail. Among other allegations, they are accused of supporting the Gülen movement, despite Cumhuriyet’s long track record as a leading critic of the movement. Evidence cited in the indictment includes an alleged change in the editorial policy of the paper in addition to comments, interviews and social media posts of the journalists. “Gürsel’s release is a welcome relief, but he should never have been there anyway,” said Katie Morris, Head of Europe and Central Asia Programme at ARTICLE 19 “Any celebrations are undermined by the continued detention of his colleagues at Cumhuriyet, not to mention all the other journalists spending yet another night in jail in Turkey, for no reason other than doing their job” she added. Three witnesses gave testimony at the third hearing, which related to a separate civil case regarding a dispute within Cumhuriyet’s board. Despite their disagreements, the witnesses stated that they did not believe that the defendants should be charged with aiding a terrorist organisation, and urged the court to release them. “This Kafkaesque trial, in which journalists are being treated as terrorists, cannot go on,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Kadri Gürsel’s release is no more than a very partial achievement. These absurd proceedings must be abandoned and all of the Cumhuriyet employees and journalists must be freed.” Other circumstantial evidence against defendants lacks credibility. Notably, the indictment lists the number of “Bylock” users with whom the defendants allegedly had contact. Bylock is a secure messaging mobile application allegedly used by members of the Gülen movement, which Turkish authorities blame for last year’s failed coup. Use of the application is now considered evidence of membership in a terrorist organisation. The defendants in the Cumhuriyet trial are not themselves accused of having used the application, but rather of having entered into contact with individuals who did. The indictment against Gürsel cites as evidence text messages from Bylock users to which Gürsel did not reply. While the evidence that the journalists did contact Bylock users is slim at best, international standards on the right to freedom of expression protect journalists’ right to communicate with a wide range of sources in order to cover stories in the public interest. Merely communicating with a terrorist group can not be interpreted as support for that group, just as criticism of the government cannot be interpreted as sympathy for a terrorist organisation. At least 170 journalists and media workers are in jail in Turkey. The Turkish government claims that no journalists are in jail in relation to their work. However, as in the Cumhuriyet case, indictments frequently cite mainly newspapers articles, columns or interviews as proof of terrorist or similar activity, in addition to circumstantial evidence lacking in credibility. Journalists threatened with imprisonment under Turkey’s terrorism law Help by sharing this information April 2, 2021 Find out more Follow the news on Turkey News April 2, 2021 Find out more
Top StoriesPosters Against PM Modi: Plea In Supreme Court Seeks Quashing Of FIRs & Direction To Restrain Delhi Police From Registering Further FIRs Sparsh Upadhyay17 May 2021 2:44 AMShare This – x One of the posters that put up in Dwarka (since removed) [Image Courtesy: The Indian Express]A petition has been moved before the Supreme Court seeking quashing of all the FIRs registered by Delhi Police against those who allegedly put up posters criticising PM Narendra Modi over the handling of the COVID19 pandemic and the national vaccination policy.#JustInA petition had been moved before the #SupremeCourt seeking quashing of FIRs registered by Delhi Police against those who allegedly put up posters criticising PM Narendra Modi over the handling of the #COVID19 pandemic and the national vaccination policy. pic.twitter.com/K1OE3zOtOd— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) May 17, 2021Advertisement Stressing that citizens have the right to freedom of speech and expression, the petition, filed by Advocate Pradeep Kumar Yadav, seeks direction on the Delhi Police not to register FIRs (first information report) in relation to COVID posters/advertisements and brochures. The alleged advertisements/posters, the pictures of which are doing rounds on Social media, state, “Modiji humare bachon ki vaccine videsh kyon bhej diya? (Why did Modi send vaccines meant for our children to foreign countries?)” Advertisement The plea also seeks direction to call for records from the opposite parties as to the registrations of FIRs in this matter and to further stop registering any FIR in this connection. As per the media reports, the Delhi Police has stated that till Saturday (May 15) 25 people have been arrested in cases registered at different police stations across the city even as they were trying to ascertain the key players behind the posters.Advertisement Advertisement Based on further complaints, as many as 17 FIRs have been registered under sections 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) of the Indian Penal Code and other relevant sections including section 3 of the Prevention of Defacement of Property Act across various districts of the Delhi Police, reported PTI. However, since the offences registered against such people are all bailable, a majority of those arrested till Saturday afternoon have been released on bail from the concerned police stations itself. “More FIRs are likely to be registered if further complaints are received in this regard. As of now, the investigation is underway to ascertain on whose behalf these posters were being put up and accordingly further action will be taken,” a senior police officer told the news agency PTI on Sunday.TagsSUPREME COURT Posters Against PM Modi Vaccine Posters Vaccine covid Narendra Modi 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
Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Fort Worth Ends Routine Patrol near Spratly Islands View post tag: Patrol Littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth (LCS 3) arrived to Subic Bay, Philippines, on May 13 to resupply after a weeklong routine patrol in international waters and airspace of the South China Sea near the Spratly Islands.While Fort Worth has transited the South China Sea many times, this patrol marks the first time an LCS has operated in international waters near the Spratlys. View post tag: asia View post tag: Spratly Islands View post tag: Naval USS Fort Worth Ends Routine Patrol near Spratly Islands View post tag: USS Fort Worth View post tag: Routine Authorities View post tag: News by topic While operating in international waters and airspace near the Spratley’s, Fort Worth conducted flight operations with its MQ-8B Fire Scout unmanned aircraft system and MH-60R Seahawk helicopter. Fort Worth encountered multiple People’s Liberation Army-Navy [PLA(N)] warships, each time taking the opportunity to use the Code for Unplanned Encounters at Sea (CUES).Following the brief stop for fuel in the Philippines, Fort Worth will return to Singapore for the International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference (IMDEX) 2015 just ahead of the second crew swap in late May.Throughout the summer and fall, Fort Worth will take part in most of the 2015 CARAT exercise series.[mappress mapid=”15951″]Image: US Navy View post tag: Navy May 13, 2015 Share this article