Cocoa Processing Company (CPC.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Food sector has released it’s 2020 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Cocoa Processing Company (CPC.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Cocoa Processing Company (CPC.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Cocoa Processing Company (CPC.gh) 2020 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileCocoa Processing Company processes raw cocoa beans and manufacturers a range of cocoa products for the Ghana market and for international export. Products produced at The Chocolate Factory in the semi-finished range include cocoa liquor, butter, natural/alkalized cake or powder. These semi-finished products are used as ingredients to produce chocolate and other cocoa-based food products. Products manufactured at The Confectionary Factory are sold under the Golden Tree brand name and include chocolate bars, chocolate-coated peanuts, drinking chocolate powder, chocolate spread and natural cocoa powder. Cocoa Processing Company is the only manufacturing company in the world which processes premium Ghana cocoa beans without blending. The company was founded in 1965 and its headquarters are in Tema, Ghana. Cocoa Processing Company is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
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Berger, CFA, has joined its Board of Directors, effective January 1, 2014. A leading biotechnology analyst specializing in business development, finance and investment, Berger has contributed to the expansion of major biotech firms at the leading edge of innovation. He was responsible for technical, scientific and clinical due diligence as well as company selection in his work at J. P. Morgan Securities, Salomon Smith Barney and Josephthal & Co. In addition to consulting, he currently serves on the board of three publicly traded biotech companies, advising on the scientific, technological, business and financial aspects of the industry.“Franklin Berger’s expertise in the private sector and investment field will be invaluable as Episcopal Relief & Development continues to solidify its standing as a leader in international development” said the Right Reverend Robert J. O’Neill, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado and Chair of Episcopal Relief & Development’s Board of Directors. “Franklin is an experienced board member with a wealth of executive and operational knowledge, and I look forward to working with him.”Berger earned his MBA from Harvard and his BA and MA from Johns Hopkins University. He has served on the vestry and the Investment Policy Committee at St. James’ Episcopal Church in New York City.“I am extremely pleased to have Franklin Berger joining Episcopal Relief & Development’s board of directors,” said Rob Radtke, the organization’s President. “As we seek to grow in our capacity to leverage donor contributions to their greatest effect, Franklin’s ability to see potential and capitalize on it will help immeasurably.”As Berger joins the board, Teri Lawver steps down, having completed her final term. Based in New Jersey, Lawver is the Global Commercial Strategy Leader, Global Vice President, for the Cardiovascular and Metabolism Therapeutic Area with Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson. Lawver will continue to serve on the Advisory Council of the NetsforLife® program partnership for malaria prevention in sub-Saharan Africa. She also joins the board’s Advancement Committee to help diversify and strengthen the organization’s fundraising efforts as it moves toward celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2015.“Teri has provided superb leadership during her tenure on Episcopal Relief & Development’s board,” Radtke said. “She will continue to be engaged with the organization and I look forward to working with her in the future.”Episcopal Relief & Development is currently governed by a 21-member board. Board members are invited to serve three-year terms, which may be renewed once.As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization operating under the General Convention of The Episcopal Church, Episcopal Relief & Development is governed by a Board of Directors that includes clergy and lay leaders from around the country. The Honorary Chair of the Board is the Most Reverend Katharine Jefferts Schori, Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church, and the Chair of the Board is the Right Reverend Robert J. O’Neill, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado. Members of the board are nominated by the Presiding Bishop and the Chair of the Board of Episcopal Relief & Development, with assistance from the board’s Governance Committee. New members are then elected by the board, and this decision is ratified by the Executive Council of The Episcopal Church.For more information about the Board of Directors, please visit Episcopal Relief & Development’s Board page. 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RSF_en Reporters Without Borders is outraged by a physical attack on 29 December on the son of TV producer Daniel Otero, who exposed food shortages in school canteens in the Buenos Aires suburb of Florencio Varela in 2004. For more than a year, the Otero family has been the target of violent attacks orchestrated by those implicated in the scandal. Reporters Without Borders calls on the federal judicial authorities to intervene. On eve of the G20 Riyadh summit, RSF calls for public support to secure the release of jailed journalists in Saudi Arabia Organisation News News to go further ArgentinaAmericas Help by sharing this information Reporters Without Borders voiced outrage today at an abduction attempt and attack on 29 December on Juan Manuel Otero, the son of Daniel Otero, co-producer of the Azul TV programme ‘Puntodoc,’ whose family, especially his son, has repeatedly been the target of violence since he exposed school canteen food shortages in the Buenos Aires suburb of Florencio Varela in September 2004.“This is the third time that Juan Manuel Otero has been the victim of reprisals by persons his father criticised or by their close associates,” the press freedom organisation said. “Such attacks are especially cowardly and hateful, and all the more incomprehensible as the Otero family is supposed to be getting police protection.”Reporters Without Borders added : “The latest attack on Juan Manuel coincided with the release of two school council officials who were imprisoned as a result of the ‘Puntodoc’ revelations. We suspect that the local authorities may have been accomplices to this attack and we call on the federal authorities to intervene.”Juan Manuel Otero was approached by three men in a car while on his way to his grandmother’s home in Quilmes, southeast of Buenos Aires, his father told Reporters Without Borders. One of them, aged about 35, got out and hit him in the face. Another got out and hit him as well saying, “We have other advice to give you.” The first man then tried to force him into the car but he struggled and succeeded in getting away.The day of the attack, former Florencio Varela school board president Genaro Simioli and his treasurer, Viviana Ozán, were released following the conclusion of a preliminary enquiry into missing or spoiled food supplies in the municipality’s school canteens, as revealed by Otero’s programme in September 2004.The local judicial authorities have scarcely reacted to all the attacks against the Otero family. Juan Manuel was badly beaten on 25 December 2004 by a gang of seven individuals who included Daniel Pereyra, the son of Florencio Varela mayor Julio Pereyra, who was also implicated in the canteen scandal.Juan Manuel filed a complaint but it was not forwarded to a judge for 10 days, although it should have been sent within 72 hours. The police also refused to describe the incident as an “assault” in the complaint, substituting the term “brawl”.On 12 March 2005, one of the windows of Daniel Otero’s car was broken and a knife was placed on a seat as an apparent warning. This occurred while it was parked near his mother’s house. Police protection for the house had just been removed without prior notice, despite a promise given 24 hours before by judge Claudia Varela to keep it in place. As the judge in charge of investigating the previous December’s attack on Juan Manuel, Varela refused to take statements from two witnesses or to receive the family’s lawyer.On 13 November 2005, Juan Manuel was followed by a car driven by Leonardo Simioli, the son of the former Florencio Varela school board president. Simioli tried to run him down three times. July 6, 2020 Find out more ArgentinaAmericas November 19, 2020 Find out more News Follow the news on Argentina Journalists face archaic sanction of capital punishment in some parts of the world January 9, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Another physical attack on TV journalist’s family supposedly protected by police Receive email alerts News December 4, 2019 Find out more Latin American media: under control of families, economic and political elites
“The proclamation of a state of emergency must not be used as grounds for press freedom violations. Instead of stigmatizing independent media, the authorities need to understand that allowing journalists to publish information of interest to the public is the best way to avoid an escalation.” MaldivesAsia – Pacific Condemning abusesProtecting journalistsMedia independence Judicial harassmentViolenceFreedom of expression Ruling party deputy chief Abdul Raheem Abdullah meanwhile called on the security forces to immediately close Raajje TV, which has at the same time been the target of threats for several days. News MaldivesAsia – Pacific Condemning abusesProtecting journalistsMedia independence Judicial harassmentViolenceFreedom of expression Media freedom has been repeatedly violated since the supreme court announced its decision in 1 February that detained opposition politicians should be freed and opposition parliamentarians should be reinstated. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for an end to harassment and threats against journalists in Maldives after the government tried to prevent coverage of opposition activities in the wake of a surprising supreme court decision last week and finally proclaimed a state of emergency yesterday. News Ismail Sofwan, member of the Maldives Broadcasting Commission, which polices the broadcast media, warned commercial TV stations after the supreme court decision, threatening them with closure if their reporting jeopardized “national security.” Organisation News News In an attempt to gag political prisoners, the Maldives Correctional Service has already issued a communiqué on 29 January warning that it would bring judicial proceedings against journalists and media outlets that reported statements by detainees. RSF_en The government has been trying to prevent media coverage of the ensuing turmoil, as parliament was closed and successive police chiefs were fired to prevent implementation of the supreme court decision. Follow the news on Maldives Maldives police disperse opposition supporters gathered near the capital, Male, on 2 February to celebrate the supreme court’s decision to order the release of all jailed political leaders (photo: AFP). Help by sharing this information Maldives is ranked 117th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2017 World Press Freedom Index. to go further “This government must cease its grave violations of the freedom to inform,” said Daniel Bastard, the head of RSF’s Asia-Pacific desk. “Amid the current political tension, it is essential that journalists should be able to do their work with complete freedom. Receive email alerts February 6, 2018 – Updated on August 23, 2019 State of emergency in Maldives, journalists harassed and attacked RSF seeks press freedom pledges from Maldives presidential candidates July 15, 2020 Find out more Maldivian president’s comms chief accused of sexually harassing journalist President Abdulla Yameen’s government has been under pressure ever since the supreme court issued its decision overturning the conviction of political prisoners and ordering the reinstatement of a dozen opposition parliamentarians who had been stripped of their mandates. Journalists, above all reporters for Raajje TV, an opposition TV channel, have been the victims of police violence, especially while covering joyful opposition demonstrations. Teargas has been used indiscriminately against media personnel and one journalist, Sun Online reporter Muaviyath Anwar, said a policeman struck him with a baton when he showed him his press card. September 12, 2018 Find out more RSF is alarmed by the decline in freedom of information and the increase in violence against journalists in Maldives. Yameen Rasheed, an influential blogger, was stabbed to death in his home in April 2017, probably the victim of censorship because of his coverage of government corruption. There has not yet been any credible investigation into his death. RSF calls for open trial of Maldivian blogger’s accused murderers April 23, 2018 Find out more
Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Twitter Homepage BannerNews Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApp Google+ Donegal County Council has launched an app highlighting the county’s coastline, and giving people a chance to share stories and read about the experiences of others.The app was launched in Letterkenny this morning.The Hericoast Donegal Coastal Experience App was launched today by Joe Mahon, who is best known for the long-running television series, Lesser Spotted Journeys.Speaking at the launch he said the app gives everyone the opportunity to share their own stories or folklore that have been passed down through generations.It will then be used as the basis of an archive which will continually evolve, with people using special mapping technology to upload information which will then be used by the council’s Planning Team.The WebApp has been developed as part of the Interreg Europe funded Hericoast project which aims to improve the management and preservation of coastal heritage and landscapes.Project Manager Aideen Quinn says because the app is web based, it does not need to be downloaded and will work on any device or platform.*************************Access details and Council statement in fullWell known TV Presenter Joe Mahon was on hand to launch the Hericoast Donegal Coastal Experience App in the Public Service Centre in Letterkenny earlier today.Joe Mahon is best known for his incredibly successful and long-running television series, Lesser Spotted Journeys and was delighted to help with the launch of what is essentially a new way of telling a yarn and sharing stories from along our stunning coastline.Speaking at the launch he said “This app gives us all the opportunity to share our own stories or folklore that have been passed down through generations, and with that, create what will be an archive of the places and stories we have, told in our own words”One of the most appealing aspects of social media is its ability to allow us to share special moments with a wider audience including our circle of family and friends. This WebApp has been specially designed to allow the user to upload this information using mapping technology and this information will then be used by our own Planning Team to allow them to capture and manage this data which would otherwise be impossible to capture.This innovative WebApp is being launched by Donegal County Council and has been developed as part of the Interreg Europe funded Hericoast project which aims to improve the management and preservation of coastal heritage and landscapes. “Some aspects of our coastal heritage are intangible” says Project Officer Aideen Quinn. “For example you could meet someone such as a guide at a specific location and enjoy their stories – this information cannot be readily put on paper but could be uploaded on the App via a photograph or comment and that would engage a wider audience as well as provide us with meaningful information that could help inform best practice in terms of managing and preserving our unique coastal heritage and landscapes”.The WebApp is does not need to be downloaded which means it will not take up memory on a device. It will work on any device or platform including Android, Windows and Apple. It will not go out of date as it is accessible at all times through the website and designed to be promoted on social media. The WebApp is available at http://arcg.is/2qlVZZH Facebook Pinterest Previous articleSeanad leader urged to lobby ministers on Swan ParkNext articleBan on pubs opening on Good Friday abolished News Highland Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty DL Debate – 24/05/21 Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows By News Highland – January 25, 2018 Harps come back to win in Waterford News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Council launches app to highlight Donegal’s coastal heritage
WhatsApp Homepage BannerNews Udaras approves 19 jobs for Donegal and Mayo Pinterest Google+ Twitter Pinterest By News Highland – April 16, 2021 Twitter Facebook WhatsApp Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Board of Údarás na Gaeltachta approved a number of projects today which will result in the creation of 19 new full-time jobs, and an overall investment of up to €1million.The proposed initiatives will support new jobs in a range of Gaeltacht companies, the majority of them in Donegal and Mayo. Previous article420 new Covid-19 cases, 33 in DonegalNext article46 Covid 19 fines issued in Donegal last weekend News Highland Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th DL Debate – 24/05/21 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
The baking industry has questioned how the government’s apprenticeship plans will help the craft sector, as consultation on the apprenticeship levy opens today. Employers are being urged to give their views on plans for the levy, which was first announced in the Summer Budget and will be compulsory for large companies, to boost investment in apprentices and skills training and will come into force in April 2017. Consultation closes on 2 October with an announcement to be made at the end of November. Prime Minister David Cameron has reaffirmed plans to increase the number of apprenticeships offered by big businesses as well as the introduction of an apprenticeship levy.Companies bidding for government contracts worth more than £10m will have to show they have a “reasonable proportion” of apprentices. Large companies must also invest in a fund that is used to train workers to come in in 2017.Mike Holling, executive director of the Craft Bakers’ Association (CBA), said: “We will always support proposals regarding apprenticeships but I think the question the CBA will be asking is how will this help the small bakers? For big organisations there is credibility, as long as it is deliverable.“Just like the National Living Wage, there was no consultation or discussion beforehand. We want to know how they can also engage with small businesses as well.”David Smart, president of the CBA and director at Greenhalgh’s Craft Bakery, said: “I really don’t think [the levy] is going to have much of an effect on the craft baking industry. It would appear that it is destined for the heavier commercial engineering technological industries. I understand why the government is doing it – any form of training is wonderful.”Levies in actionThe tax is presented as a way to “level the playing field” so every large company plays a part in delivering a new generation of skilled apprentices with the aim of creating three million apprenticeships by 2020. This represents a 30% increase on the 2.3m created since 2010.Levies on businesses are already used to finance apprenticeships in more than 50 countries, including France, Netherlands, Denmark and South Korea, but the amount that UK businesses have invested in training has fallen consistently over the last 20 years.Cameron said: “The greatest asset any employer has is their workforce. And by investing in them, they are investing in the success and future of their business.”Nick Boles, Skills Minister, said: “Skilled people are the lifeblood of a strong economy, but for too long UK businesses have invested too little in developing their employees’ skills to meet the demands of a competitive, global market.”In the latest of a series of steps to drive up the quality of apprenticeships, 59 new apprenticeship standards developed by Trailblazer groups of employers and businesses have been approved today.
It has been confirmed that A Tribe Called Quest‘s own beat-maker, Ali Shaheed-Muhammad, will team up with producer Adrian Younge to score the highly-anticipated Marvel series Luke Cage (starring Mike Colter), which will appear on Netflix. The news was confirmed by the producer and runner of the series, Cheo Hodari Coker, who also compared the upcoming show to HBO’s former hit series The Wire. In an interview with EW, Coker explained: “Luke Cage will be “very sophisticated. I mean, it’s got a ’90s hip-hop vibe, but it’s really forward-thinking.” He later continued, “We have a lot of different musical appearances, but at the same time, we’ve got the Marvel action. We’ve got drama. I would like this to be, I mean, I know this is heavy but, The Wire of Marvel television, because we really deal with a lot of different issues.”Both Muhammad and Younge are no strangers to each other, as the two also co-produced the Kendrick Lamar track “untitled 06 | 06.30.2014”, which appears on the hip-hop stars untitled unmastered. album and features a guest appearance from Cee Lo Green. And if that song (listen below) is any indication, the Luke Cage score is going to be straight fire.Check out the Muhammed/Younge produced Kendrick Lamar ft. Cee Lo Green track “untitled 06 | 06.30.2014”:[via Recknews.com]