Proximus hails digital plan progress

first_img Tags Manny joined Mobile World Live in September 2019 as a reporter based in London. He has previous experience in telecoms having worked for B2B publication Mobile News for three years where he climbed up to the position of Features Editor…. Read more AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 21 FEB 2020 job cutsProximus Proximus goes all-in on BICS Belgian operator Proximus hailed progress in a restructuring plan designed to turn it into a digital player, despite a drop in net income and revenue in 2019.In a statement, CEO Guillaume Boutin (pictured) said an agreement had been reached with unions regarding a redundancy programme which aims to shed 1,900 staff by 2022. A total of 1,374 had taken voluntary redundancy by end-2019, though the company said some involuntary lay-offs were in the pipeline.Proximus’ headcount reduction was resisted by unions when announced in January 2019, but a revised plan was approved by both sides by December.Boutin said: “The period of uncertainty has not been easy for many of our employees, and we are thankful for their continued commitment. We now start a new chapter, working on the future of Proximus with positive energy and ambition.”Net income of €3.92 billion compared with €5.3 billion in 2018, with revenue of €5.63 billion falling from €5.76 billion. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Manny Pham Previous ArticleGoogle culls apps over intrusive adsNext ArticleCommercial Deployment for Huawei’s 4G5G Flash Dynamic Spectrum Sharing Proximus targets telehealth with Doktr app launch Author Proximus agrees deal to acquire MVNO Mobile Vikings Home Proximus hails digital plan progress Relatedlast_img read more

Winter Opportunities Remain in Glacier, Flathead National Forest

first_img Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox. Don’t be fooled by the common misconception that Glacier National Park goes into hibernation during the winter. It’s not true. I found this out a couple years ago after an unforgettable day of snowshoeing. Ever since I’ve been anxious to appreciate the great Crown through these quiet months.This week park officials announced that reduced entrance fees are now in effect until the end of April. The price for a seven-day pass for a vehicle is $15 and $10 for single entrants. Yes, there are limited services and locations available in Glacier throughout the winter. But there are still adventures to be had among the million acres of land in our backyard. The Apgar Visitor Center will remain open on weekends from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The National Park Service maintains the 10-mile stretch of road from West Glacier to Lake McDonald Lodge. The plows also clear the east side stretch from the St. Mary entrance to the campground. Access to Avalanche Creek is still available until Dec. 14 and Rising Sun can be accessed until Dec. 31, weather permitting. For updated park road access and condition information, visit the park’s website.Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are popular and worthwhile activities in Glacier. Park rangers will lead free snowshoe trips in the Apgar area beginning in January. The walks leave the Apgar Visitor Center at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, Jan. 7-March 18. Local companies such as the Glacier Outdoor Center also offer guided snowshoe trips.Free winter camping can still be done at the Apgar picnic area and St. Mary campground. For those interested in overnight backcountry trips, permits (no charge) are required and can be picked up at the park headquarters in West Glacier or at the Apgar Visitor Center on weekends. Or call 888-7800.Boats can still be launched, albeit into colder-than-usual waters. Call 888-7801 to have your boat inspected. Inspections protect the park from harmful species. Also, it’s a $500 fine if you don’t get inspected.For those into motorized recreation the general snowmobiling season began in the Flathead National Forest on Dec. 1. Glacier National Park and designated wilderness areas, like the Bob Marshall and Jewel Basin Hiking Area, are closed to snowmobiles, but roughly 800,000 acres of nearby public land remains open. Snowmobiles are required to be registered and include safety equipment. State law prohibits over-the-snow machines from being driven on plowed roads being used by other motor vehicles.For access information and maps outlining forest routes and groomed trails, visit the Flathead National Forest office. Maps are also available on the forest’s website. Rangers are stationed across the forest throughout the winter and can provide trail, safety and weather information.Winter recreationists are always encouraged to be vigilant about avalanche safety. To gain a good awareness of safety and information, visit the Glacier Avalanche Center website or call 257-8402 to receive updates on conditions and advisories.The Flathead National Forest is hosting a free presentation with specialist Stan Bones about early-season backcountry snow and avalanche conditions on Dec. 13.The three-hour gathering will start at 6:30 p.m. at the Flathead National Forest office in Kalispell behind Glacier High School. The gathering will touch on topics ranging from how to understand weather conditions and patterns to interpreting that information.Bones will talk about last season and what this winter’s situation looks like with another La Nina in the forecast. Bones will also explain how avalanche advisories are formulated.For more information, call 758-5284, or visit the forest’s site, http://www.fs.usda.gov/flathead Emaillast_img read more

Gardai warn of further scam, this time targeting local GAA clubs

first_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Pinterest Google+ Gardai in Donegal are warning of another scam which has come to light, this time involving GAA clubs.Earlier, people were urged to be on alert following reports of unsolicited text messages being received purporting to be from Revenue.Gardaí received a report yesterday from a local GAA club that an email address appearing to be associated with the club president sent an email to the club secretary, requesting them to purchase 3 iTunes vouchers totaling €300, that she scratch and reveal the pin of the vouchers and email a picture of same. The person indicated that the club secretary would be reimbursed.Upon immediately contacting the club President, he informed the secretary that he did not send the email and that the address was not associated to him.People who receive such emails are being advised to not respond to them or click any attached links and to alert local Gardaí.In a seperate incident, Gardai received reports of unsolicited text messages being received purporting to be from Revenue.The message from the ‘ROS.Team’ claimed a refund was available.Upon clicking the Hyperlink embedded in the text message, the injured party is then brought to what appears to be a legitimate, well made ROS website where the party is asked for their name, date of birth and bank details.People again are advised not to click the hyperlink and delete the message. By News Highland – July 3, 2019 WhatsApp Twitter Homepage BannerNews Facebook Pinterestcenter_img Previous articleFive people awaiting in-patient beds at LUHNext articleDeputy Scanlon tells Dail supports needed for small family farms News Highland Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Gardai warn of further scam, this time targeting local GAA clubs Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Community Enhancement Programme open for applicationslast_img read more

Investigation ongoing after plane makes emergency landing in Derry

first_img Facebook Investigation ongoing after plane makes emergency landing in Derry Google+ Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows AudioHomepage BannerNews Google+ WhatsApp Twitter Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme center_img Pinterest Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Previous articleProgress on significant social housing project for LetterkennyNext articleMichael Duffy reacts to Dundalk’s FAI Cup win News Highland Twitter WhatsApp Pinterest An investigation has been launched after a plane which left Derry Airport yesterday evening had to make an emergency landing shortly after take-off.The plane had been scheduled to fly to London however ten minutes into the flight it’s reported that there was a smell of burning in the cockpit and the pilot made the call to land back in Derry.On return, passengers and crew were met with a major emergency response team.Members of Cllr Rena Donaghys family were on the flight, she has been praising the swift response of all involved:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/renaghghghghghderry.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA By News Highland – November 5, 2018 Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens furtherlast_img read more

Trabs Gabs: Teams still strutting untarnished and back to a full Friday slate

first_img By trabsmatt on January 4, 2019No Comment Jevonte Williams with the drive and bucket to give RH the lead! pic.twitter.com/zaQcMJTAbl— Rush-Henrietta Athletics (@RushAthletics) December 29, 2018SECTION V IN DIVISION I UPDATEQuinton Rose—Jr., Temple (Bishop Kearney) Over the past week and change, like is tradition, there has not been as much college basketball action due to holiday breaks, but Rose did compete in one ballgame for his university within the last week. Last time out on Wednesday night, Temple did happen to fall by a mere five points to a likely 2019 NCAA Tournament team in Central Florida, but Quinton was at least able to put together his most efficient performance since the end of November 2018. The Bishop Kearney product recorded seventeen points on 7-of-13 shooting from the field and 3-of-5 shooting from deep, four rebounds, four assists and four steals. This outing against Central Florida was one of four on the season thus far for him that featured a foursome of steals. Rose is currently tied for sixteenth in the country in steals average and twentieth in the country in total steals. Follow on Facebook Trabs Gabs: Teams still strutting untarnished and back to a full Friday slate Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Share on Facebook Chaz Washington (22) and East are one of eight undefeated boys basketball teams in Section V. (Photo: RON KALASINKAS)By MATT TRABOLDTRABS KEEPS TABSSix Weeks in and Still UntarnishedLadies and gentlemen, we are now a sturdy six weeks into the Section V boys basketball season. Lyons, Avoca Tigers and bears, if you count the one in the middle of the Spencerport High School athletic logo, oh my! Spread from Class AA all the way down to both Class D classifications, this section still magnificently has eight unbeaten squads. It can only be a good thing for the section as a whole that there are still this many unblemished records remaining. Buckle up good and tight for the remaining stretch of this regular season.Speaking of Class AA, the one team in those specific ranks with an undefeated record as we type and read is Hilton. Troy Prince’s group valiantly included the strong likes of Bishop Kearney, Eastridge and Greece Athena in its recent Christmas tournament, but these Cadets still came out on the other side of the showcase unscathed. It is so rare to find a high school basketball superstar like Tah-jae Hill that gets his teammates involved quite this much. Hill has been so polished this campaign at mixing tens of points and countless bouts of expertly incorporating his teammates into team production and success on the same night. In a fairly recent home game against Penfield, Hill went into halftime with nearly double-digit assists and less than a double-digit number in points, which is pretty rare for a scorer of his caliber, but he still finished the contest with a team-high nineteen tallies.Hilton’s Tah-jae Hill has scored 30 or more points in five of six games this season. (Photo: BONNIE WOOD PRINCE)The lone team in Class A1 presently with an unbeaten record in its grasp is Pittsford Mendon. Some thought that the Vikings’ last ballgame, just their fifth of the season up to this point, had upset loss potential with the away foe in Webster Thomas coming in off an upset victory over Irondequoit. That could not have been further from the truth though as Bob Nally’s boys drubbed them by 33 points. Sophomore Jacob Shadders, long-armed Dan Cook and Connor Krapf are undoubtedly the top three options for Pittsford Mendon right now, but senior Charlie Bennett broke out a little bit against those Titans this past weekend. As part of that shellacking in favor of his Vikings, Bennett scored in a collection of different ways on the afternoon, including a confident baseline jumper and a driving fadeaway shot in the lane over a pair of defenders.Class A2 actually has multiple unbeaten battalions at this current time with depth-laden East High and Northstar Christian up a couple classifications from last season. Wednesday night, East High vehemently beat Edison Tech by 39 points after getting by the Inventors by a much more modest eighteen points earlier in the season. These days, it is more of a surprise if University Preparatory Charter School for Young Men transfer Zechariah Harris-Scott does not score in the twenties in a ballgame rather than the alternative. The recent returns from injury of main point guard Maurice Coney and burly 6-foot-3 Jordan Randolph now give these Eagles a colossal true rotation of twelve quality pieces. Despite having exponentially less height and length on the roster in comparison to Aquinas Institute, as well as a wild fourth quarter comeback by the home side, Northstar Christian went on the road Thursday night and beat the former behind a season-high 48 points from the one and only Miles Brown. With what Northstar Christian has done this season and the past few seasons with its size, both of the entire student body and the physical sizes of the guys on the present roster, one should never be surprised by the scholastic basketball feats this squad pulls off. With the help of his staff and roster of course, JJ Garwood can do all things.After Avon was taken down on the road by School of the Arts on Wednesday night, Addison is now the only Class C1 side still unbeaten. When it comes to Class C3, Caledonia-Mumford, led by Vin Molisani and his penchant for winning games right before the final horn blows, is at the top of those standings with a 10-0 mark. Mason Putnam’s recent running mate in Garrett Socola graduated following last season, but he still has Prattsburgh from Class D2 with eight victories in as many games up to this point this year. Mason ignited for 46 points versus a Naples group that also entered Wednesday night undefeated. Bolstered by long-time Section V scoring machine LaDre Stanford and new superstar Nathan Nunn, Avoca is another Class D team, Class D1 specifically, looking at perfect numbers in the record part of the standings. SLAP YOUR PEEPERS ON THIS FIVERMcQuaid Jesuit at Leadership Academy for Young Men—Fri., Jan. 4, 6:00 PMDuring this month a year ago, these two squads competed in a highly touted ballgame that culminated in one of the most notable results of the Section V boys basketball regular season last go-around as McQuaid Jesuit went on the road and handed Leadership Academy for Young Men just its first loss of the season. The ingredients are a tad different this time around though. Reggie Simmons and his staff have done well rebuilding after and recovering from the graduation losses of Dezmere Ellis, 6-foot-5 Davon Brown, Marcus Barr and 6-foot-5 Tyler Banks, but the Lions enter the clash this go-through coming off falling in their last three contests. 6-foot-3 guard Kennyh Hardeman has actually done a majority of his work for Simmons and company this year so far on the interior with the team being a good deal smaller this time through. His length has allowed for him to become quite versed in scoring off of offensive boards. Senior guard Onajae Anderson, a reason former Bishop Kearney King, Fordham Ram and University of Connecticut backcourt starter Antwoine Anderson can be spotted at many of the team’s games this campaign, is also one to watch in this matchup due to the improvements he has made darting through defensive fronts and scoring at the tin. The X factor down low here though is arguably mammoth 6-foot-5 bench big Kris Martin.Speaking of the frontcourt battle in this game, the Knights still possess all of the rotation forwards and centers from their state semifinalist team from a year ago with towering Connor Zamiara at the middle of it all. Fellow senior Harry Bruu has become a legitimately reliable frontliner on both ends in his second varsity season. 6-foot-5 junior Rueben Daniel aggressively returned from an injury hiatus against rival Aquinas Institute in McQuaid Jesuit’s last game. If you like seeing absurd wingspans at work, this is the evening out of the house for you due to Daniel and Hardeman. Print This Post This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Rueben Daniel flush pic.twitter.com/BySGnK22mO— Paul Gotham (@PickinSplinters) December 22, 2018Greece Athena at Greece Olympia—Fri., Jan. 4, 7:15 PM This Friday pairing of crosstown clubs is one of the reasons Greece Athena head man Mike Setzer, Melvin Council, Jr., Kelvin Reaves, Jr. and Austin Brown could be seen scouting and observing in the Greece Olympia stands on Wednesday night as the Spartans beat Waterloo by 21 points behind a thirty-point outburst from captain Jeff Jung Jr. Along with Council, Jr., the fourth-year varsity player Jung Jr. will be one of two guards in this ballgame with height around 6-foot-5 to go with plenty of length. Jeff utilizes that size well to separate up and over defenders for triples and to extend to tip opposing passes for steals for his side. Zippy senior starting point guard Kris Perez gets out on the break in a hurry for transition layups. Sophomore guard Darnell Williams was pivotal getting his Spartans to overtime against a very good Eastridge team towards the start of this season with his slashing exploits in the fourth quarter. Williams finds success against taller players by using the rim as defense from the defense on many different types of layups. Pittsford Sutherland at Eastridge—Fri., Jan. 4, 7:15 PMEastridge’s Tony Arnold averages 16.4 points per game. (Photo: DAVE YATES)Host Hilton ended up taking the crown in the end at its Christmas tournament last weekend, but Eastridge also had a delectable showing at the event. That is just what these Lancers needed after falling by 23 points against still undefeated Pittsford Mendon back on December 18. In Hilton around a week ago, Eastridge lost by a mere eight points against Greece Athena and beat exciting Bishop Kearney by a rather surprisingly big margin of victory of thirteen tallies. Whether it be 6-foot-1 Tony Arnold, 6-foot-0 Terrence Reid or 5-foot-9 Adrian Rogers, this team has a wealth right now of tough dudes that play much taller than they stand. That wrinkle for these Lancers, along with the play of emerging Vertus Charter transfer and by far the tallest player of the bunch in Jahmel Demery, will be incredibly important Friday night versus a Pittsford Sutherland squad with a rotation featuring five players 6-foot-5 or taller.The third week of December 2018 did not treat Pittsford Sutherland very well. The three ballgames the club played in that span featured an unexpected loss to a large degree against Brockport and that rough first half against rival Pittsford Mendon at the 2018 Rainbow Classic that has been referenced before in this column. These Knights have tightened the hinges in their last five halves of basketball since then though; from their massive, massive third quarter comeback in that same 2018 Rainbow Classic contest to knocking off favored Gates-Chili by sixteen points in the recent Christmas tournament at Rush-Henrietta to barely losing by a trio of points to the host 6-2 Royal Comets the night after that. There are multitudes of very tall humans on John Nally’s team this go-through. The tallest of the lot is 6-foot-7 Owen Flisnik. In this his first varsity season, Owen is being worked little by little further into the fray. Jalen Pickett—Fr., Siena (Aquinas Institute)Thursday night, Pickett also went 7-of-13 shooting from the field as part of his sixteen points, eight assists, two blocks and two steals in a loss against Saint Peter’s. This was the third ballgame in a row that saw Jalen go for at least eight assists. He is presently seventh nationally in assists average and No. 35 nationally in assist-turnover ratio. Those were the first two blocked shots for the freshman stud point guard in nine outings. That battle with the Peacocks this week also ended up being his third game in the last foursome that featured a pair of steals. This past Saturday versus California Polytechnic State University, Jalen was able to go 4-of-7 letting them fly from downtown. Additionally, the Mustangs only forced a single turnover upon him in that showing last weekend. Subscribe by Email Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Trabs Gabs: Teams still strutting untarnished and back to a full Friday slate added by trabsmatt on January 4, 2019View all posts by trabsmatt →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensLovely&HealthyTop 10 Most Dangerous Cruises In The World Lovely&Healthyby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ Splinters”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ Splinters Rush-Henrietta at Irondequoit—Fri., Jan. 4, 7:15 PMAfter the double-digit Webster Thomas loss mentioned above, Irondequoit quickly got back to its winning ways in monumental fashion two days later via a sixteen-point victory over a Canisius side that beat local Class AA powerhouse McQuaid Jesuit on the road earlier this season. The broad shoulders of 6-foot-5 Patrick Thomas will have to be understandably confidently relied upon again in this one with the opposition boasting the equally as tall Shamire Broyld. Plenty of sternums, hips and rims will be hurting after this ballgame with those two being involved in the trenches battle. Similar to Rickey Gamble last season for Wilson Magnet or Seven McGee this season for East High, Freddie June Jr. is another local scholastic football star that is an elite on-ball basketball defender in these parts. What makes June a little different though is that he brings more height to the table than them.Chris Cardon’s Irondequoit Eagles will be looking for their sixth win of the season when they host Rush-Henrietta, Friday night.Rush-Henrietta began this season with an 0-2 record after respectable losses against stout Gates-Chili and still undefeated Hilton. Since that tiny losing streak, these Royal Comets have rattled off six consecutive victories. When you take part in a Christmas tournament that also features in its field the current boys basketball offerings from Gates-Chili and Pittsford Sutherland, it is absolutely something to take pride in if you come out on top, even if you hosted the event. Plenty has been made so far this season about how junior backcourt player Javonte Williams has gone from a role player last season to one of the definite leaders of the program this season. Recently, Williams has even risen above just being a guy that has been experiencing a significant scoring uptick as a junior to one that can be counted upon for buckets in crunch time in close battles. Webster Schroeder at Gates-Chili—Fri., Jan. 4, 7:15 PMWebster Thomas has been the more referenced Section V boys basketball team from Webster of late due to upsetting mighty Irondequoit by double figures recently, but Webster Schroeder still arguably has the superior roster, at least in terms of depth, between the two at the moment. Of their current losing streak of four consecutive contests, only one of the losses in the Churchville-Chili instance by a whopping nineteen points was truly head-scratching. The remaining threesome came against the notability of Irondequoit, presently undefeated Hilton and Fairport. Speaking of those Irondequoit Eagles, 6-foot-5 Collin Donnelly had a fantastic showing against the big frontcourt, both in sheer physical size and in depth, of Chris Cardon’s squad. On that early December 2018 night, Donnelly scored with ease both inside and outside on top of blocking or at least altering many an opposing shot attempt. Do-everything junior wing JoJo Plummer has improved himself from seasons past to the extent that he is now one of the very most complete players in Monroe County.6-foot-3 sophomore Adam Williams had a game or two early on this season in which he came back down to earth with his output, but he is on such a tear now that he is actually getting pretty close to the consistency this go-around of Gates-Chili legend Keith Slack. That is the caliber of an accomplishment that not many could have expected out of the young weapon coming into the year. Another 6-foot-3 sophomore for Terry Nowden and his staff in Andrew Newcombe is playing the role for this program that Vincent Ibezim and Gunther Kroth played a season ago when it comes to doing all of the little things inside on both ends of the floor. The quicks of Slack, Traylan McCray and Devin Walton, with his gloriously large sideburns, should be a key factor if the Spartans end up winning this outing. SOTA boys beat undefeated Avon in 2OT, plus victories for @GreeceOlympia boys and Edison girls https://t.co/D1RmHsozvW— 13WHAM (@13WHAM) January 3, 2019Collin James is a pretty sizable lane stuffer in the middle for Greece Olympia, so this battle could be a good barometer for the 6-foot-3 Greece Athena sophomore Brown, as well as for one of the best shorter post players in these parts in senior Isaiah Brock. Senior captain Johnny Salone gets in foul trouble every once in a while, but it is fairly hard to find a more active and tireless defender moving around the floor, and not just inside the perimeter, in the Rochester area currently than him when he can stay on the floor. A new rotation piece for these Trojans in Jake Cerone has shown the ability to display creativity attacking the opposition on the baseline and on the break. Cerone might play a bigger role than usual this time around with Greece Athena presently having more frontcourt depth than backcourt depth on top of Greece Olympia being the opposite in that regard. MOLISANI MIRACLE!!!! Vinny Molisani nailed a half court shot at the buzzer to give the Raiders the 62-60 win over Mt. [email protected] led with 28 pts. @MolisaniVinny finished with 15 pts 7 assts. @JCLaursen10 added 14 pts 9 rebs #CalMumHoops #RaiderRegime pic.twitter.com/rZPLU489Si— Cal-Mum Basketball (@CalMumHoops) December 13, 2018last_img read more

Sendin returns as SA Schools coach in 2020

first_img Shop Bras Online | Search AdsTake a Look at These Bra and Panty SetsShop Bras Online | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Lance Sendin ‘ ‘ GoGoPeak10 Most Beautiful Cities You Should Visit Once In Your LifetimeGoGoPeak|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Sendin returns as SA Schools coach in 2020 SA Schools A management team                 Head coach: Wessel du PlessisAssistant coach: Katleho LynchTeam manager: Jimmy JimlongoStrength and conditioning coach: Yaw Fosu-AmoahTeam doctor: Dr Janesh GhandaPhysiotherapist: Ken Kabongo.Photo: Petri Oeschger/Gallo Images Post by SA Rugby magazine ‘ Lance Sendin and Wessel du Plessis will take over the reins as SA Schools and SA Schools A coaches, respectively, for the 2020 edition of the U18 International Series.Sendin, from Hugenote in Wellington, is no stranger to the role as SA Schools coach after having steered the team in 2016 and 2017, while Du Plessis, from Grey College in Bloemfontein, is promoted from SA Schools A assistant coach to the head-coaching role this year.They take over from former SA Schools coach Mzwakhe Nkosi, who is the Golden Lions U21 coach and SuperSport Rugby Challenge assistant coach, and SA Schools A coach, Phiwe Nomlomo, who now works with the Sharks teams as a skills specialist.ALSO READ: Youngsters ready for Blitzboks shotSendin will be assisted by Cobus van Dyk (Waterkloof, Pretoria), who retains his place in the management team from last season, while Katleho Lynch from St Johns College takes over as SA Schools A team assistant coach.The SA Schools and SA Schools A teams will play three rounds of matches in the U18 International Series on 7, 11 and 15 August, respectively. England, Argentina and France have already confirmed their participation in the series and the fixtures will be finalised in due course.‘The SA Schools and SA Schools A teams play a vital role in our development structures, as it is often the first taste of international rugby our players are exposed to, and it is pleasing to be able to appoint coaches of Lance and Wessel’s calibre,’ said SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux.‘They are both familiar with the competition having served in the coaching structures before and they know what standards are required to be successful, so we are expecting another top-class event this season.’SA Schools management teamHead coach: Lance SendinAssistant coach: Cobus van DykTeam manager: Dean MoodleyStrength and conditioning coach: Sisonke MakapelaTeam doctor: Dr Janesh GhandaPhysiotherapist: Wernich Smit. ‘ Published on February 26, 2020 World Cup-winning Bok quartet in Eddie Jones’ all-time XVMaverick coach Eddie Jones has named his Test dream team made up of players he has worked with throughout his illustrious career.SA Rugby MagUndoLoans | Search AdsLooking for loan in Hong Kong? Find options hereLoans | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCNAHow is life for Cambodian boy linguist after viral fame?CNA|SponsoredSponsoredUndo贷款| 搜索广告在香港獲得貸款可能比您想的要容易贷款| 搜索广告|SponsoredSponsoredUndoShop Bras Online | Search AdsBrilliant Bra and Panty Sets (take a look)Shop Bras Online | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndo熱門話題對肚腩脂肪感到後悔!試了在萬寧賣的這個後…熱門話題|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Posted in SA Schools, Schools rugby, Top headlines Tagged Lance Sendin, SA Schools, Schools Rugby, Wessel du Plessis Watch: I wanted to rip Jean’s head off – Jaque FourieSA Rugby MagUndo ‘ AlphaCuteOprah’s New House Cost $90 Million, And This Is What It Looks LikeAlphaCute|SponsoredSponsoredUndo  519  124 ‘ 熱門話題不要被酵素騙了!在萬寧賣的「這個」直接針對脂肪…熱門話題|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAaron Smith names South African as greatest World Cup scrumhalfSA Rugby MagUndoJapan-based Kiwi player: I hope to never experience this againSA Rugby MagUndoLife Exact BrazilGrace Jones Is Now 72 Years Old, This Is Her NowLife Exact Brazil|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

The Summer Short Story Award for New Writers

first_img The Royal Horticultural Society Photographic Competition July 30, 2020 Published by Bojana The Masters Review Flash Fiction Contest 2021 Please, no identifying information on your story Previously unpublished stories only USD 20 entry fee Tweet Similar Stories Share 0 All stories are considered for publication If requesting an editorial letter, please indicate on your cover letter if the submissions is fiction or creative nonfiction LinkedIn 0 The Summer Short Story Award for New Writerscenter_img Deadline: 30 August 2020Open to: emerging writers Benefits: the winning story will be awarded USD 3000 and publication online. Second and third place stories will be awarded publication and USD 300 and USD 200 respectively.DescriptionThe Summer Short Story Award for New Writers runs from July 1st to August 30th.  All winners and honorable mentions will receive agency review by: Nat Sobel from Sobel Weber, Victoria Cappello from The Bent Agency, Andrea Morrison from Writers House, Sarah Fuentes from Fletcher & Company, Heather Schroder from Compass Talent, and Siohban McBride from Carnicelli Literary Management. We want you to succeed, and we want your writing to be read. It’s been our mission to support emerging writers since day one.Eligibility Simultaneous and multiple submissions allowed Emerging writers only International English submissions allowed Benefits The winning story will be awarded USD 3000 and publication online. Second and third place stories will be awarded publication and USD 300 and USD 200 respectively.How to Apply?For more information, and in order to apply, please visit the official web page. Pocket Reddit +1 Volunteer Judge for the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2021 ← 7th Young Scholars Forum on Central and South East Europe Lensball Photography Technique Contest →last_img read more

Accepting women in society

first_imgEach one of you must have heard long speeches about women empowerment and successful women in society, but how many of us are ready to accept the truth that women can be successful as well. There are people who are changing their perspectives about such issues but the problem is that it’s only a few; we can’t call it a large society to be honest.We have female employees working with us in offices as well as female heads of companies but that stereotypical thought of people that women can’t be more knowledgeable than men doesn’t get out of the minds of a large number of people in India! That common slag that Ladki hai, humein usse zyada pata hai is still prevailing in India. Is it the male ego that doesn’t let women excel?Some IT companies are still not keen on having women at high posts and if companies do have women at high posts, men aren’t that happy working under the guidance of women. Well, here is where the male ego comes into play!Unfortunately, this thinking of people has been transferred to young children as well. Let me tell you a real instance, a girl joined a football class since she loved playing football and was quite good at it as well. Sadly, she was the only girl at the football class but still, she didn’t feel shy and went for her classes regularly; however, it wasn’t that easy for her. During practice matches, no boy was ready to take her in his team, so she was forcefully put into some team by her sir. Once during a match with other institutions, she made a goal due to which her team won but when it came to awarding the Goalie of the Match, her name wasn’t given by any boy of the team. That’s where the boys denied her equality.This isn’t what is supposed to be taught to boys. If a boy would have been in a place of that girl, do you think the situation would have been the same? Boys and girls are supposed to be taught to respect each other rather than having such biased opinions.You may call this gender inequality or simple male ego, but yes, women are denied the respect they deserve in Indian Society. It isn’t too late yet! We can still make women receive what they deserve as earlier they have already lost many opportunities so they can’t afford to lose any more of them!last_img read more

Assistant Professor, Graphic Design

first_imgEndicott College is located in the beautiful seaside town ofBeverly, MA – a wonderful place to work and enjoy all that theNorthshore of Boston has to offer. The Department of VisualCommunications is housed within the School of Visual + PerformingArts and includes both the graphic design and photography majors.The department’s teaching pedagogy is student centered with astrong commitment to student success and community engagement.The department is focused on preparing students for industrythrough coursework that cultivates intellectual thinking,creative curiosity and diverse perspectives along withour leading internship program and its strong ties to areacompanies and professionals.We are seeking an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design to teacha wide range of undergraduate Graphic Design courses ranging fromfirst year through senior thesis with topics including typography,brand identity and advertising. The position includes academicadvising, engagement in assessment and accreditation processes,participation in department, school and college meetings andcommittees, and curricular development.Qualifications include:MFA in Graphic Design or closely aligned discipline;A minimum of three years’ experience teaching graphic design atthe college level;A minimum of two years industry experience;Proficiency in Adobe Creative Cloud;Experience in one or more of the following areas: userexperience design, motion design, animation, illustration, designtheory/ history;Commitment to inclusive education and developing culturalcompetencies among students with a lens toward social justiceeducation;Documented record of academic scholarship in a relatedfield;Evidence of a commitment to service;Active participation in professional organizationsEndicott College celebrates diversity and strives to bring a mixof talented people—representing a variety of backgrounds,perspectives, and skills—together to do their best work. The moreinclusive we are, the better our work will be. We look forward to hearing from you.last_img read more

Germany prepares for last tests before Qatar 2015!

first_imgRecommended for you ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsGerman team and coach Dagur Sigurdsson are having their last trainings before the final tests that are prior to the beginning of the World Handball Championship 2015 in Qatar. The team is playing against the Czech Republic on Friday in Stuttgart, and the day after in Mannheim, against the Czech as well. Hendrik Pekeler, Mimi Kraus and Tim Kneule could not play against Iceland in the friendlies, but are now back in fitness for this coming final ones, giving the chance to Sigurdsson to finalize the team.The team for the Czech Republic friendlies: Silvio Heinevetter (Füchse Berlin), Carsten Lichtlein (VfL Gummersbach), Andreas Wolff (HSG Wetzlar), Stefan Kneer (Rhein-Neckar Löwen), Uwe Gensheimer (Rhein-Neckar Löwen), Johannes Sellin (MT Melsungen), Patrick Wiencek (THW Kiel), Hendrik Pekeler (TBV Lemgo), Patrick Groetzki (Rhein-Neckar Löwen), Steffen Weinhold (THW Kiel), Tim Kneule (Frisch Auf Göppingen), Martin Strobel (HBW Balingen-Weilstetten), Erik Schmidt (TSG Ludwigshafen-Friesenheim), Michael Kraus (Frisch Auf Göppingen), Michael Müller (MT Melsungen), Jens Schöngarth (TuS N-Lübbecke), Matthias Musche (SC Magdeburg), Fabian Böhm (HBW Balingen-Weilstetten), Paul Drux (Füchse Berlin). ShareTweetShareShareEmail Click to comment Japan beat Angola to secure Main Round start with 1 point Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. France beat Norway with Pardin&Mahe in main role! Croatia save point against BIG Japan! Related Items:Carsten Lichtlein, Dagur Sigurdsson, germany handball, handball, Michael Kraus, tim kneulelast_img read more