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first_imgSadolin Paints 0-2 SC VillaSC Villa got out of the blocks of Tuesday following a 2-0 victory over Sadolin Paints at Bugembe Stadium in Jinja. Tabu Vitalis and Mike Sserumaga scored the Jogoos goals as Deo Sserwadda got his first victory as Villa coach since coming replacing Ibrahim Kirya in the offseason.Vipers 4-0 PoliceVipers finally got out of the blocks on Tuesday, hammering Police 4-0 at Nakivubo to go second in the Azam Uganda Premier League standings with four points. They trail leaders KCCA by two after as many games.Bright Stars 2-0 OnduparakaNewcomers Onduparaka tested their first hurdle of the Azam Premier League (UPL), falling 2-0 to Bright Stars in Matugga on Tuesday.Fred Segujja and Seifu Batte scored for coach Fred Kajoba’s side as they picked their first victory in the Azam Uganda Premier League (UPL).Share on: WhatsApp Sserunkuma was the hero in Tuesday’s UPL games. UPL PHOTOBy UPLTUESDAY UPL RESULTSSoana 3 Saints 1Sadolin 0 Villa 2Vipers 4 Police 0URA 1 BUL 1Brightstars 2 Ondumparaka 0JMC Hippos 0 Kirinya 0Lweza 0 KCCA 1Proline 1 Express 1It was hardly a cute display from defending champions, KCCA, but the Lugogo side won’t care much after Geoffrey Sserunkuma’s solitary goal preserved their 100 per cent winning start to the season.Manager Mike Mutebi’s side edged Lweza 1-0 at Wankulukuku on Tuesday to make it two wins in as many games in the Azam Uganda Premier League (UPL).But it took a brilliant close range header from veteran striker Geoffrey Sserunkuuma on 58 minutes for KCCA to get their first ever league win in five attempts over a spirited Lweza.FULL STORY (click here)Soana 3-1 The Saints (click here)Soana picked their first maximum points of the season with a 3-1 victory over the Saints at Kavumba on Tuesday. Ssebagala Kamada helped himself to a brace and Patrick Asiko grabbed the other as Sam Ssimbwa won his first game in charge of Soana since replacing Charles Ayiekoh, who through in the towel over a week ago.last_img read more

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first_imgThe risk of avalanche at alpine in the West Kootenay backcountry will rise to considerable on Wednesday and Thursday as forecasted new snow is expected to fall on a very weak surface, according to the Canadian Avalanche Centre. “Several persistent weaknesses are being tracked by the professional crowd,” said CAC’s James Floyer. “Triggering one of these deeper weaknesses could yield a large avalanche.” That means “touchy” wind slabs will likely develop in exposed lee areas, he added in his avalanche report for this week (http://www.avalanche.ca/cac). Although forecast winds at the tree line elevations are presently light, if the wind blows harder than expected, or new snow amounts come in higher than forecast, bump up the danger ratings by one for the tree line. There was a rider-triggered avalanche on Saturday on Mt. Plewman near Rossland. Weather forecast Tuesday: Flurries during the day, light snow starting late in the day. Moderate westerly winds. Wednesday: Snow amounts of 10-15 centimetres, freezing levels staying at valley bottom. Light westerly winds. Thursday: A further 10 cm. or so of snow. Freezing levels rising to around 1,000 metres. Moderate to strong westerly winds. Terrain to watch • Wind-loaded slopes around ridgelines, the tops of bowls and on convex rolls in exposed terrain • Steep, alpine terrain where the lower crust exists, especially in thinner snowpack areas. • Terrain traps that increase the consequence of a small avalanche   Travel advice • Look for signs of wind slab, such as drifting snow, cracking of the upper snowpack as you ride over it or denser snow under your sled or skis. If you see these signs, back off onto shallower terrain. • Try to anticipate where thin spots on the slope may be. The crest of convex rolls are a good bet, as are slopes where you can see rocky outcrops. Stay well away from these thin spot • As always, group up well away from avalanche terrain, even if it obscures your view of other riders a little. One at a time on the slope.   Snowpack The alpine has been hammered by the wind and highly variable wind-affected surfaces now exist. A surface hoar layer lies buried under around 25 cm. of snow in more sheltered locations at tree line. A rain crust lies 30-40 cm. below the surface and was reported from Kootenay Pass and the Rossland area. Around 90 cm. of snow now sits on the (Dec-08) surface hoar/crust interface; this interface appears to have bonded. Snow depths are variable but average around 150 cm. at tree line.last_img read more

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first_img17 May 2013 A new statue of Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first democratically elected president, will be mounted at the Union Buildings in Pretoria and Parliament in Cape Town, Arts and Culture Minister Paul Mashatile announced on Thursday. Tabling his department’s budget vote in Parliament, Mashatile said the decision to erect the statue, which has already been commissioned, followed calls from MPs. Mashatile also announced that South Africa would start a year-long campaign to celebrate 20 years of democratic governance in the country. The festivities will culminate next year on 27 April – the day on which all South Africans voted together in one election for the first time. “Our build-up programme will allow us to highlight and celebrate our achievements; to make the point, once more, that South Africa is a better country than it was before our liberation,” Mashatile said. The festivities will also promote the National Development Plan, Vision 2030, as drawn up by the National Planning Commission, which defines South Africa’s long-term vision of eliminating poverty and reducing inequality by the year 2030. Apart from the 100th anniversary of the Union Buildings, this year also marks the centenary of the proclamation of the Native Land Act. To commemorate this, Cape Town’s Iziko Museum will be hosting an exhibition entitled “Umhlaba 1913 to 2013”. The Arts and Culture Department is also collaborating with the Department of Rural Development to document the legacy of the Native Land Act. Mashatile told Parliament that his department was negotiating for the homecoming of the remains of Chief Dawid Stuurman, the Khoi chief who twice escaped from Robben Island before being exiled to Australia, where he died. South Africa has also identified sites in Angola, Botswana, Zambia and Lesotho for inclusion in a Liberation Heritage Route that will link “sites and individuals of significance to the South African struggle for liberation throughout the continent”. Talks about building a monument at the place where Nelson Mandela received military training in 1962 have been held with the government of Ethiopia, Mashatile added. Source: SAnews.gov.zalast_img read more

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first_imgView comments For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Read Next Ex-UFC champ Ronda Rousey poised to join the WWE at ‘Wrestlemania 34’ —report The victory allowed the Fighting Maroons to leapfrog over National University to get to the fourth spot, tying the Tamaraws with a 5-6 record.UP head coach Bo Perasol is just on his second year with the Fighting Maroons but he is aware of his team’s 12-game losing streak against FEU.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“First off, Paolo Romero really asked us to win this game because in his seven years in UP he hasn’t won a game against FEU, so we did it for Pao,” said Perasol in Filipino.“Paul also made sure that he’ll get back on [Ron] Dennison on the defensive end limiting him to just nine points.” CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES FEU held a 49-39 lead midway through the fourth quarter after outscoring UP 22-5 in the third period, but the Fighting Maroons came roaring back with Jun Manzo capping a 17-4 run to give UP a 56-53 lead with 38 seconds left in the game.Jasper Parker momentarily silenced the UP crowd with a triple that tied the game, 56-56, with 32.9 seconds remaining.Desiderio finished with a game-high 15 points, on a disastrous 6-of-23 shooting clip, while Ibrahim Outtara held UP’s interior with 10 points, 15 rebounds, and two blocks.Parker filled the stat sheets for FEU with 13 points, eight rebounds, and five assists.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games PLAY LIST 00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police 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 Games John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netThe Final Four picture got a little tighter as University of the Philippines forced a tie at the fourth spot after surviving Far Eastern University, 59-56, in the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament Saturday at Mall of Asia Arena.Paul Desiderio emerged as the hero again for the Fighting Maroons, knocking down the game-clinching step-back triple over Ron Dennison with a little over a second left on the clock.ADVERTISEMENT Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMClast_img read more

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first_imgSRK praised KareenaKareena Kapoor has not stopped smiling ever since she was publicly appreciated by Shah Rukh Khan on Twitter.Impressed with her level of commitment towards the film Ra. One, Shah Rukh Khan recently praised Kareena on the micro blogging site. SRK tweeted: “Finished the last few bits of Ra. One with Kareena. Want to thank her for working so hard and fast  she was such a sport.” “Kareena was born to act. She is a natural; she has no craft, grammar or process attached to her acting. She is gifted with a great sense of cinema that I have seen only in Kajol other than her. Move her from the sets of Golmaal to a Jab We Met to a Chameli on the same day, and Bebo will fit into them all,” says director Karan Johar.last_img

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first_imgBarcelona captain Messi: Lyon not the strongest nameby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBarcelona captain Leo Messi says they cannot underestimate Olympique Lyon.The two teams will meet in the Champions League round of 16.”Lyon was not the strongest name [in the hat], but it will be complicated,” said Messi.”They were equal when they played [Manchester] City; they will be difficult to advance against.”It’s a long way away, a lot of things can happen between now and February.”We don’t know how they’re going to be, how we’re going to be, but we know it’s going to be a complicated game.” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img

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first_imgOklahoma cheerleaders running with flags in their hands.NORMAN, OK – NOVEMBER 16: A member of the Oklahoma Sooners spirit squad waves a flag after a touchdown against the Iowa State Cyclones November 16, 2013 at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma defeated Iowa State 48-10. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)It’s been a solid November for Oklahoma, which, after a Big 12 title, now finds itself very likely to be part of this year’s College Football Playoff. Monday, it got even better.Bennett Powers, a JUCO offensive lineman who plays for Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kansas, has committed to play for the Sooners. According to 247Sports, Powers is 6-foot-5, 315 pounds and had other offers from Texas Tech, TCU and Kansas State.I am honored to announce that I have committed to the University of Oklahoma. Boomer Soooner! #OUDNA pic.twitter.com/NC6SEdo1fh— Bennett Powers (@BenThrDunThat) November 30, 2015You can see Powers’ mid-season highlight reel over at Hudl.Oklahoma currently has the 39th-best class for 2016, according to 247Sports. We imagine that with the team’s success this year, that’ll rise in the coming months.last_img read more

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first_imgJamie Oliver is working with Prizeo on a fundraising campaign once again, and a special one-on-one experience is up for grabs.The star chef is offering fans a chance to win a private cooking lesson and a VIP restaurant dining experience with Jamie – all in support of the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation and Food Revolution Day!The Jamie Oliver Food Foundation’s mission is to educate people on food and cooking skills so that people can make better choices and live healthier, happier lives. The ultimate goal is to decrease diet-related diseases.For a small donation starting at $10 and up, fans can enter to win a trip to London for 2, complete with hotel accommodations at the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch. They’ll even get £1000 to spend, and a signed copy of Save with Jamie! And of course, they will have a private cooking lesson with Jamie and a VIP restaurant experience, too!Last year’s winner, Annie, and her guest had an awesome time – she said, “Jamie was so wonderful in person. It really was a wonderful experience and we were both so pleased to have been part of his cooking revolution!”Guaranteed rewards at various donation levels include an exclusive campaign t-shirt, a signed photo and a personalized signed book.Find out how to take part here.last_img read more

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first_imgWASHINGTON – The fresh round of U.S.-Canada negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement generated hopeful signals from both camps Wednesday that a deal could be struck by the end of the week.A day after the two neighbours restarted intensive, face-to-face negotiations on NAFTA, both Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Donald Trump expressed optimism a new continental accord could be reached by Friday.Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland, emerging Wednesday evening from her second meeting of the day with her U.S. counterpart, said officials would be working late into the night — and possibly all night — on potential “landing zones” where both parties can agree. She and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and their teams will meet again Thursday to review the progress made.“This is a very intense moment in the negotiations and we’re trying to get a lot of things done very quickly,” she said.“I feel that both parties are coming to this stage of the negotiation with a lot of goodwill … There is a good atmosphere, we’re working productively.”The 24-year-old NAFTA, which also includes Mexico and is integral to the continent’s economy, has been under renegotiation for more than 12 months.Canadian officials say an agreement announced earlier in the week between the U.S. and Mexico, which includes common ground on the difficult issue of labour within the auto sector, has broken a logjam in the talks.Trump added a layer of urgency to the negotiations Monday after announcing his deal with Mexico — with an ultimatum that Canada would have to join their pact by Friday or suffer the consequences of punishing tariffs on its auto sector. He also warned that the U.S. and Mexico would move forward bilaterally without Canada.By Wednesday, after round-the-clock talks among officials from all three countries, a cautious Trudeau said it was possible for a new three-country treaty to come together by week’s end — but he added Canada refused to be rushed into a poor deal just to meet Trump’s deadline.To get to a deal, Canada is under pressure from the U.S. to compromise on key issues — from opening access to its protected dairy sector, to getting rid of NAFTA’s dispute settlement system, to introducing a clause that would call for the deal to be renegotiated again every 16 years.“We recognize there is a possibility of getting there by Friday, but it is only a possibility because it will hinge on whether or not there is ultimately a good deal for Canada, a good deal for Canadians,” Trudeau said at an event in northern Ontario.“I’ve said from the beginning no NAFTA deal is better than a bad NAFTA deal. And we are going to remain firm on that principle because Canadians expect us to stand up for them.”Trudeau’s office sent out a signal later Wednesday that NAFTA 2.0 talks were progressing.His office said the prime minister will hold a call Thursday afternoon with premiers to discuss the NAFTA negotiations. Freeland will be on the call, as will Canada’s ambassador to the U.S., David MacNaughton, and Dominic LeBlanc, the federal minister responsible for intergovernmental affairs.Trump, too, was confident Wednesday that a deal could be on the way.“They want to be a part of the deal and we gave until Friday and I think we’re probably on track,” Trump told reporters of Canada’s negotiating team.“We’ll see what happens. But in any event, things are working out very well.”The U.S. president also noted it would be a bad idea for Canada to let this opportunity to join the U.S.-Mexican trade agreement slip away.“I think it’s going to be obviously very good for Canada if they do (join) and I think it’s probably not going to be good at all if they don’t,” Trump said.Freeland, who has been leading Ottawa’s negotiating team this week in Washington, said she’s optimistic about the “intense” talks now under way in the accelerated search compromise on NAFTA.But she also cautioned that more tough talks lie ahead.“When it comes to specific issues, we have a huge amount of work to do this week at the ministerial level and also officials are really grinding through extremely intensively,” the minister said as she emerged from her first meeting of the day with Lighthizer.When pressed by reporters, Freeland would not provide details of what Canada might be putting on the table, saying she and Lighthizer have agreed not to negotiate in public. Trudeau similarly refused to get into details.However, Freeland did suggest Canada has not budged on its insistence that a new NAFTA must include an independent dispute settlement mechanism. Canada’s view on that subject is “well known,” she said, when asked if she’s prepared to drop that demand.She credited the Mexicans for their difficult decision to compromise on labour and wages as part of its auto rules-of-origin talks with the U.S., saying it has cleared the way for more substantive talks between Washington and Ottawa.“This is a really important step for us and it has set the stage for very intensive conversations and negotiations that we’re going to have this week,” Freeland said.For now, Canadian negotiators are primarily focused on bilateral talks with the Americans.Freeland cancelled her trip to Europe this week to return to the NAFTA bargaining table after the U.S. and Mexico agreed on numerous trade issues throughout their bilateral, summertime talks.Asked to comment Wednesday about how he’s feeling about his trading partners, Trump said: “I love Canada. You know what? I love Mexico too.” Asked which one he likes better, he said, “I like ’em both the same.”last_img read more

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first_imgThe winner of the contest will be announced on Monday, March 19th at 11:00 a.m. local time on CBC Radio One’s q. DAWSON CREEK, B.C. — Dawson Creek-based Scarlet Sway was announced yesterday as one of the Top 10 finalists in the CBC Music 2018 Searchlight contest.The group, which has performed at Northern GrooveFest, CanolaFest, and GrizFest in addition to a number of other local music venues, made the Top 10 after placing in the top five for number of votes out of the Top 100 that were announced last week. Searchlight is an annual competition by CBC Music to discover up-and-coming musicians from across the country, with the winner partaking in a residency at the National Music Centre in Calgary, as well as getting to perform at JUNOFest 2019.Scarlet Sway is joined in the Top 10 by two other bands from B.C.: Vancouver-based The Kwerks who also placed in the top five for votes, and Victoria-based Fallbrigade which was chosen among the other five on the list by CBC Music producers. The contest’s panel of judges, which includes Universal Music Canada V.P. Kristen Burke and Juno Awards President and CEO Allan Reid, will now decide which of the Top 10 artists will be the ultimate winner of Searchlight 2018.last_img read more

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