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first_imgOver 1000 people braved the cold weather in the Twin Towns on Saturday to take part in the ‘Save Our St Joseph’s Hospital march’ in protest at what they say is Government inaction on the premises. Chairman of the group, Fr John Joe Duffy, has accused the HSE and the Government of making false promises to locals over the facility.On Friday, the HSE has again emphasised its commitment to the upgrade of St Joseph’s Community Hospital in Stranorlar. Following the march, Fr Duffy said: “The Call went out to put shoe leather onto the streets and over 1000 people responded. We are not going away.“Stop the Spin, stop the political lies, it is time to put the spades into the ground and secure St. Josephs for future generations.“Act now, stop the bluff, stop the spin. It is time for the government to stand up and be counted for St. Josephs, time for the government to put the plans and funding on the table and the spade into the ground.“The government needs to stop ducking and diving and stop getting the HSE to issue last-minute concoctions of words in attempts to hoodwink the people,” he added. “Because our people will not be hoodwinked nor will they any longer stand for the nonsense that they have thrown at us over the last three years and more.“Time to immediately restore staffing levels, to restore beds, to restore services, to practice what they preach about caring for elderly and vulnerable people in their own communities.“No more Chinese whispers. It is time for honesty and action.”  Hundreds rally in Twin Towns for St Joseph’s Hospital protest – Pic Special was last modified: March 24th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:St Joseph’s Hospitaltwin townslast_img read more

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first_img10 June 2008Passenger cars may be the big brother of the Eastern Cape automotive manufacturing industry, but behind the scenes a bustling heavy-duty truck and bus sector is poised to take its first big strides.The growing economy and a construction boom are only two of the driving forces pulling the commercial vehicles section out of its infancy and onto its own legs – in fact, a wrap of South Africa’s vehicle sales figures for 2007 show that commercial vehicles sales have continued to grow, while passenger vehicle sales have slumped. This is good news for Port Elizabeth-based General Motors (GMSA) and Volkswagen (VWSA) and Mercedes-Benz (MBSA) in East London, where the province’s hard-working commercial vehicles are assembled.Four decades of truck-buildingThe Eastern Cape’s oldest truck maker, Mercedes-Benz, for instance, achieved a record year, with its commercial vehicle divisions selling 8 622 units in 2007, representing an overall market share of 23.3%.All the truck models built at the German car giant’s East London plant, including the Mercedes-Benz Axor, Freightliner and Mitsubishi FUSO ranges, are reserved for the South African market.Mercedes-Benz spokesperson Shirle Greig says they have been assembling trucks in East London since 1962, although the company’s name has changed over the years, from Car Distributors Assembly to United Car and Diesel Distributors to Mercedes-Benz SA, and most recently to DaimlerChrysler SA.In March 2002, Ikhwezi TruckTech took over the assembly of Mercedes-Benz’s trucks.The first Mercedes-Benz truck built in South Africa in 1962 was the LP911, the first model in the enormously popular L-series, with its rounded lines and distinctive snub-nose.“The LP911 had a nine-ton gross vehicle mass (GVM) with a 4.5 tonne payload, a 110 horse-power indirect injection diesel engine and at the time it was revolutionary,” says Greig. “In those days, the Mercedes-Benz truck had one of the smallest slices of the commercial vehicle market share pie, and was seen more in farmyards than in cities.”‘Hard-working’ light commercial vehiclesThe truck industry in Port Elizabeth is somewhat younger than the four decade-old Mercedes-Benz, but already General Motors SA’s hard-working light commercial vehicle lines, like the Isuzu KB and the Corsa Utility bakkies, make up most of its output.GMSA spokesperson Denise van Huyssteen says that 74.6% of the vehicles produced by GMSA last year were light commercial vehicles while only 25.4% were passenger vehicles.The company was indeed hard-working in 2007 and acquired a 23% share of the light commercial vehicle market in South Africa – this after they re-entered the market over the past five years.“We launched the new Isuzu KB towards the end of 2007, and expect that in 2008 our sales of this popular car line will increase,” says Van Huyssteen.Overall their medium and heavy commercial vehicles controlled 8.4% of the South African market share in 2007.“We will be looking to grow this share in 2008. The trucks which we supply to this segment of the market are through our 50/50 joint venture company with Isuzu, called Isuzu Truck South Africa,” she says. “We import limited numbers of light commercial vehicles and these include the Lumina Utility and the Opel Vivaro.”The coming year spells more hard work, and GMSA will be launching six new passenger vehicles in South Africa as well as four commercial vehicles.Mzantsi Truck and BusUitenhage-based Volkswagen South Africa’s Mzantsi Truck and Bus manufacturer started operating in January 2006 at the VWSA commercial vehicles plant.Mzantsi is responsible for vehicle assembly, maintenance and warehouse management, while Volkswagen is responsible for quality assurance, logistics and information systems, product and process engineering and overseeing that Mzantsi performs to VW’s international standards.Mzantsi has to date employed more than 20 new recruits, mainly from an automotive school of excellence, the Uitenhage-Despatch Development Initiative training centre, a school of excellence that is a public-private partnership promoting economic activity in the two Eastern Cape towns.Mzantsi director and full-time production manager Vusikaya Mancapa finds his job challenging and exciting, saying the first 20 months proved to be a “quantum learning curve”.“The name Mzantsi came up spontaneously and soon gained popularity within the group. It is an authentic Nguni name for the South, which has acquired a street-wise connotation that refers to South Africa,” Mancapa says. “Since it was the first time that Volkswagen was building trucks and buses in Southern Africa, we found the name most appropriate for this exciting venture.”Responding to a question about the lucrativeness of their business, Mancapa said, “The expected return on our investment in Mzantsi is not lucrative in the short-to-medium term. Our hopes – as well as our profit plans – are pinned on sustained business growth in the medium to long term.”Three bus and five truck model ranges are currently assembled at the Mzantsi plant. In its first year (2006), the company built 122 buses and no trucks, but by last year 213 new Constellation trucks were assembled and 46 buses were built.Mzantsi Truck and Bus spokesperson Banoyolo Hlalukana says that while the manufacturing facility has remained the same in 2008, more units will be produced – approximately 600 units in total – a clear indication that their hard work to date is being rewarded by growth.This article was first published in Eastern Cape Madiba Action, winter 2008 edition. Republished here with kind permission.last_img read more

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first_img15 December 2013 Nelson Mandela was laid to rest alongside his father, Mphakanyiswa Gadla Henry, his mother Noqaphi Nosekeni and his son Magkatho Lewanika Mandela at the Mandela family farm in rural Qunu in the Eastern Cape shortly before 1pm on Sunday. Mandela’s burial was part of a private ceremony at the family gravesite witnessed by about 400 invited guests, and accompanied by a South African Air Force fly-past, the sounding of the Last Post, and the performance of traditional rituals to ensure that the Father of the Nation was received by his ancestors. This followed a moving funeral service at a specially erected giant marquee where over 4 000 mourners gathered earlier to pray and pay tribute to the man described by US President Barack Obama, in his speech at a memorial service in Johannesburg on Tuesday, as “the last great liberator of the twentieth century”. Present at the service were royalty – among them Britain’s Prince Charles and Monaco’s Prince Albert – current and former heads of state, and dignitaries including the Reverend Jesse Jackson, Sinn Fein leader Jerry Adams, entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson and US media personality Oprah Winfrey. Famous actors were also in attendance, including Academy Award winner Forest Whitaker and Idris Elba, who has been nominated for a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Nelson Mandela in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. “Today marks an end of an extraordinary journey that began 95 years ago,” President Jacob Zuma said in his eulogy to Mandela. “Whilst your long walk to freedom in a physical sense ends, our own journey continues. We will not say goodbye. In our hearts, you will continue to live forever.” Other speakers at the service included Mandela’s long-time friend Ahmed Kathrada, Chief Ngangomhlaba Matanzima, representing the Mandela family, Malawi President Joyce Banda, representing the Southern African Development Community (SADC), and Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete, representing former African liberation movements. Mandela’s burial brought to a close a 10-day official mourning period which will be remembered for a massive outpouring of love from ordinary people across the country. Mandela passed away in the company of his family at around 8.50pm on 5 December, 2013 at his home in Houghton, Johannesburg An unprecedented number of tributes poured in from all corners of the world and thousands of mourners gathered at his house in Johannesburg to pay their last respects. Mourners held night vigils, laying flowers and lighting candles, while Madiba’s body was prepared at 1 Military Hospital in Pretoria for lying in state. On Tuesday, a massive memorial service was held at Johannesburg’s FNB Stadium. Over 100 current and former heads of state, kings, sheiks, dignitaries and government representatives attended, as well as tens of thousands of South Africans who danced and sang in celebration of an extraordinary life. Every morning and afternoon for three days starting on Wednesday, Mandela’s body was transported in procession, down streets lined with singing, cheering, weeping people, to the Union Buildings in Pretoria, where he lay in state under a specially erected structure at the newly renamed Nelson Mandela Amphitheatre. In scenes reminiscent of South Africa’s first democratic elections nearly 20 years ago, people queued up for free bus rides to the Union Buildings, where they filed past Mandela’s open casket. According to the government, about 100 000 members of the public were able to say their final goodbyes to Madiba in this way. On Saturday, following a moving service by the African National Congress, Madiba left the capital city for the last time. His body was flown from Waterkloof Air Force Base to Mthatha Airport, finally making its way in procession to his home in Qunu. Ahmed Kathrada, in his address at the funeral service, gave perhaps the most heart-rending tribute for his close friend and fellow Robben Island prisoner, saying, “My life is in a void and I do not know who to turn to,” but also adding: “Today, mingled with our grief is the enormous pride that one of us has, during his lifetime and now, in death, united the people of South Africa and the entire world on a scale never seen in history.” SAnews.gov.za and SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

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first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The final week of the spring 2017 edition of Feeding Farmers took the Ohio Ag Net crew to far western Ohio to the Michaud Farm. Dale Minyo sits down with Jesse Michaud about the farm, his son’s roles, and an impressive collection of old signs from yesteryear. All that and more in this interview, courtesy of AgriGold.last_img

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first_imgLacson: PH lost about P161.5B tax revenue from big trading partners in 2017 PLAY LIST 03:46Lacson: PH lost about P161.5B tax revenue from big trading partners in 201702:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Yes. And odds are, they will be seeing Kizzire for the first time.Also in the group is Brandt Snedeker, who has been through the drill. Snedeker played with Woods in the final round of the BMW Championship that Woods won in 2009 by eight shots. He played with him in the penultimate group of the final round at the 2012 British Open, and the opening two rounds of The Players Championship when Woods won in 2013. More recently, he played with Woods on Saturday at Torrey Pines.No one has dealt with big crowds like Woods.Nick Faldo once said that when he helped Woods into the green jacket at the 1997 Masters, he thought at the time it might be the only major Woods could win because Augusta National creates a buffer zone — no press, no photographer, practically nobody inside the ropes except players and caddies.“Now it’s his greatest asset,” Faldo said in a 2007 interview. “Everyone joining him on the weekend at a major goes into his world. That’s Tiger’s arena. Other guys will step into that arena one week and go back out. He’s there all the time. And good luck coming into his world.”The crowd, the buzz, the energy is still great, mainly out of curiosity and hope that Woods can win again after being out for so long with so many injuries.What’s different is the mystique, which starts with the scores.Woods has gone 10 straight rounds on the PGA Tour and European Tour without breaking par dating to August 2015. Woods tied for 23rd on a tough track at Torrey Pines last month, and then he missed the cut at Riviera with poor putting in the second round. Everything is geared toward the Masters.“I’m just learning how to play tournament golf again, and unfortunately I’ve made some mistakes, and that’s just part of it,” he said. “As far as catch-up mode, no, I don’t feel like I am. I know most of the guys have been playing tournament golf a lot more than I have. As I said, I’m looking forward to April, trying to get my game solid for April. And I’ve got some work to do.”Woods is playing PGA National for the first time since 2014, when he withdrew during the final round with back spasms. He tried to play the following week at Doral, fell out of contention in the final round with a 78 and then had the first of four back surgeries a few weeks later. AFP official booed out of forum “Hi, I’m Patton Kizzire.”Kizzire can’t recall meeting Tiger Woods except in passing. That would have been last year at Torrey Pines, the only time they were in the field.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe 31-year-old from Alabama, who is the image of southern comfort with his polite demeanor, is the latest to experience the hype surrounding Woods in his return from a fourth back surgery.“First time,” he said Wednesday. “It’s something I’ve looked forward to as a kid. I always looked up to him.” John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding As World Cup looms, Willian claims Chelsea spotlight LATEST STORIES LOOK: Iya Villania meets ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ cast in Mexico Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC View comments It’s not easy being Woods, who has been golf’s biggest star since his 12-shot victory at the 1997 Masters. He copes with the largest galleries, the incessant movement, the endless distraction.Rory McIlroy played with him last week at Riviera and suggested the gallery costs Woods a half-shot a round.But at least he’s used to it.Tiger Woods walks on the course during the Pro-Am for the Honda Classic golf tournament, Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018, in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. (Joe Cavaretta/South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP)Justin Thomas played with Woods in the Bahamas before only a few hundred people. He experienced the full Tiger show during the opening two rounds at Riviera and described it as “pretty wild.” The next day is when he appreciated the amount of attention Woods gets.“It was just bizarre because those first two days, there’s so many people,” he said. “And then Saturday morning, there was nobody. Rory and I were walking up to the tee and we’re like, ‘Where is everybody? Does he really bring that many people?’”ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img Pussycat Dolls set for reunion tour after 10-year hiatus Families in US enclave in north Mexico hold sad Thanksgiving MOST READ He was runner-up in 2012 when he closed with a 62.There’s no telling what this week will bring. The wind is supposed to blow hard, as it does in South Florida this time of the year. It’s rare to find a hole that doesn’t have water. Little mistakes can turn into big numbers.It will be another step for Woods.It will be a new experience for Kizzire, though he feels he is not entirely unprepared. Kizzire played with Thomas and Jordan Spieth the weekday rounds at the rowdy Phoenix Open, and he survived the 16th hole arena on Saturday.“Phoenix was a good prep for me,” Kizzire said. “I had Jordan and Justin the first two days, and then Saturday was really crazy. I expect something like that.” Sonny and Dottie Munoz cheer for Tiger Woods as he plays past by their home along the 13th fairway during the Pro-Am for the Honda Classic golf tournament, Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018, in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.(Joe Cavaretta/South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP)PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — He is the only two-time winner on the PGA Tour this season. He has been No. 1 in the FedEx Cup standings the past six weeks.And when he sees the No. 544 player in the world Thursday morning on the first tee of the Honda Classic, these could be his first words.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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