Courage, vision of JJ and BJ: Guyana now officially an oil-producing country

first_imgDear Editor,According to a release from ExxonMobil and a statement from the Energy Department, Guyana, as of December 20, 2019, is now officially an oil-producing country. This is a proud moment for all Guyanese. This is a moment that can transform our country, bringing socio-economic benefits for all Guyanese. The possibilities are endless. In spite of many misgivings, oil is undoubtedly good for Guyana. In spite of serious concerns, Exxon and the big oil companies flocking to Guyana are good for our country. There is no sure thing, but oil places Guyana in a position to propel itself into a high middle-income country immediately and the talk of being a developed country is no longer utopian rhetoric. Sure, oil by itself is not going to make these possibilities real. Many other things will have to fall in place, but Guyana has its best shot of achieving its “El Dorado” destiny at this very moment. We will either grab the opportunity and seize the possibilities or we will damn ourselves.We did not reach this fork in the road by accident. We got here because two momentous decisions were made in the last two decades. The first was made by Janet Jagan (JJ). When JJ agreed to solicit and encourage big oil to explore seriously in Guyana’s waters, it was a decision she made against her own lifetime distrust of big oil and big multinational corporation. But she was convinced that among Guyana’s natural resources was an oil resource and she persuaded herself that only big oil could confirm that such a resource existed. Her own ideology and make-up, her own determination that Guyana must own and benefit from its resources made it difficult for a decision to provide enough incentives for big oil to be interested.I know. After dealing with her Cabinet and her party executives, she often talked to me about her concerns and misgivings. But in the end, she made a decision, difficult for her, but one she had to make in the interest of Guyana. Many commentators, some of whom today are basking in the glory of oil, denounced and blasted her decision. After oil findings were confirmed beginning in March 2015, these same commentators were ugly in denouncing the exploration agreements, condemning the concessions provided to Exxon and big oil. But without the exploration agreements in 1999 and what some considered as generous incentives, Guyana would not have been an official oil-producing country today.The second momentous decision that contributed to Guyana today being an oil-producing country is the decision made by Bharat Jagdeo (BJ) after Suriname attacked with its gunboats an oil exploration team from CGX in the deep sea in 2002. The then President BJ decided in April 2004, with total backing from his Cabinet, to approach the International Tribunal on the Laws of the Sea under the UNCLOS treaty for a decision to confirm Guyana’s maritime borders in Guyana’s EEZ (Exclusive Economic Zone), using the formula of the Laws of the Seas. The laws and the treaty agreed to by virtually all countries, including Guyana and Suriname, under the UNCLOS, determined how rights in the seas and oceans and national EEZs are determined. Guyana was always convinced that our borders and rights to the seas and our EEZ were in accordance with the UNCLOS laws and agreements. Suriname sought to interpret those laws differently to expand its rights to maritime hydrocarbon resources.It was a difficult decision to place our destiny in the hands of an international court, but Bharat Jagdeo displayed the courage and the vision necessary to do so. He chose legal recourse over a military confrontation. This decision built on the platform JJ created by issuing exploration agreements with big oil. Guyana won that case when the International Tribunal ruled in 2007 and the opportunities to explore for hydrocarbons exploded. The decision to approach the International Tribunal was not based only on the Suriname attack on CGX, it was based on decades of Suriname refusing to honour mutual agreements on the use of the sea by the two countries. The approach to the international court was a risky one and many commentators had misgivings. In the end, Guyana won that case and removed all uncertainties for exploration in Guyana’s seas.Some will argue that the 2004 approach to the international judiciary and its 2007 decision have nothing to do with the Exxon exploration and discovery because the Exxon fields are well away from the limits of Guyana’s EEZ. But the UNCLOS approach demonstrated that Guyana and her leaders had the courage to defend itself and its resources and this provided confidence for the big investors to explore knowing that Guyana will not be cowered into not issuing exploration and production licenses.For those who think it is impossible for our politicians to work together, consider this. In 2004, when BJ announced Guyana was going to the International Tribunal of the UNCLOS, the then PNC gave unconditional support, even if privately some expressed doubts. When Guyana, through the APNU/AFC Government, approached the ICJ to defend the integrity of our borders with Venezuela, the Opposition PPP declared unconditional support. There is still hope that our politicians can work together for the benefit of Guyana.These two courageous and visionary decisions play a pivotal role in Guyana finally joining the ranks of oil-producing countries. Other persons played a role. President Donald Ramotar provided support and encouragement during the initial exploration drills that finally led to the April 2015 confirmation that oil was present in commercial levels in Guyana. The transformation of the exploration agreements into production agreements was eventually signed in 2016 by President Granger. Mistakes have been made, but Guyana is now an oil-producing country.On paper, Guyana is about to become one of the richest countries in the world. Our GDP is about to almost double from about US$4500 to more than US$9000 per capita and overall from about US$5 billion to almost US$10 billion annually. Transparent and accountable management of the oil resources can lead to socio-economic transformation. Those in charge of these resources now must acknowledge we begin life as an oil-producing country with some serious missteps which have to be corrected. Those who will be in charge in the future must be guided by the principle that oil resources must reach the most vulnerable in our country. While international oil companies are sure to get richer, Guyana must ensure all of our people benefit meaningfully from oil and not only a handful. It is times like these when the courage and vision of those who made this happen must be acknowledged. In this regard, the two momentous decisions by JJ and BJ have brought us to this transformative moment.Sincerely,Dr Leslie Ramsammylast_img read more

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Baby Akeela recuperating rapidly following successful surgery

first_imgOver one year after Reliance, Essequibo single mother Phyziena Etwaroo discovered that her almost two-year-old daughter, Akeela, was suffering from meningitis— causing abnormalities in her brain— the baby is now recovering, following a successful surgery performed at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) on Monday, July 29.The emergency surgery was performed by Guyana’s first neurosurgeon Dr Amarnauth Dukhi and a team.According to Etwaroo, Akeela was scheduled for another CT scan; however, when same was conducted, she was informed that an immediate emergency surgery had to be conducted.“He (Dr Dukhi) said that baby need to do a surgery right away because he found a lot of fluid on the right side of the brain and that is where he admitted her and he was supposed to do the surgery the night at 8 but he did it earlier than it was supposed to be done,” Etwaroo related.The young mother expressed that after hearing the news, she was overwhelmed since seeing her child in a lifeless form was difficult.Akeela celebrated her 2nd birthday on Tuesday, one day after the surgery, and would have spent that day in the hospital recovering.This also was difficult, since at that time, the child was still unresponsive. However, things began to change that following Saturday.“I couldn’t touch her, she had fever the Monday night, Tuesday she spent her birthday in the hospital and Wednesday morning when it was her birthday and I spoke to her, she wasn’t even smiling but then the Saturday she had no more fever,” Etwaroo relayed.Akeela is now in a much better condition according to her happy mother, who said that the child is falling back to normalcy.“She is doing much better now, she is having her meals, her baby language is starting back fresh and new, when I talk to her now she would respond…For now, she needs all of my attention I have to give her a good life, she would need a lot of therapy because this is not something that would cure so fast, it would take time, because it’s like I got myself a new born baby and I have to start everything fresh again,” Etwaroo, the single mother, explained.The 24-year-old mother expressed her appreciation to Dr Dukhi and team for giving her what she deems as the best birthday gift ever.“I would like to say thanks to Dr Dukhi and the team because when I went to him, he acted fast and I appreciate it. He just put her in front and everything was done so fast, he tried his best, I don’t know how to thank him… I am very happy; this is the best birthday gift ever because my birthday is in this month”.Etwaroo discovered that something was wrong on June 27, 2018 when Akeela developed a high fever which lasted overnight.As such, the baby was rushed the Suddie Hospital where she was treated for a throat infection and then sent home.A week after, the baby fell sick again and was again rushed to the said hospital where Etwaroo was told to continue treatment.On July 1, 2018, Akeela woke up and was reportedly in a lot pain when she was again rushed to the hospital where she was given an injection, but things took a turn for the worst, which led to the baby being admitted to the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU) where she remained for a month and was later transferred to GPHC.Akeela was later diagnosed with meningitis and tests conducted at a private hospital revealed that she had chronic neurological disabilities and severe brain abnormality, which caused excessive fluids in her brain. It was recommended that a bilateral craniotomy be done.last_img read more

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Province of B.C. files another lawsuit against Alberta turn-off-the-taps law

first_imgVANCOUVER, B.C. – The British Columbia government has filed a second lawsuit against Alberta over its turn-off-the-taps legislation.A statement of claim filed in Federal Court on June 14 is similar to a document filed last month in Alberta’s Court of Queen’s Bench that alleges Alberta introduced the bill to inflict economic pain on B.C. by limiting the supply of petroleum products to the province.The claim says Alberta’s attorney general brought an application to have the action dismissed in the Court of Queen’s Bench on the grounds that B.C. has no standing to challenge laws created in the Alberta legislature and that the legal action is premature.- Advertisement -The B.C. government says it believes the case can be heard in Alberta but if it is found not to have standing there, it wants the Federal Court to declare Alberta’s Preserving Canada’s Economic Prosperity Act unconstitutional.Alberta’s former NDP government passed the bill but it wasn’t proclaimed into law until after the United Conservative Party was elected earlier this year.[videopress xMiGyrnQ]Advertisementlast_img read more

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Gift ideas to keep your wheels happy

first_imgYour wheels are your second-biggest investment, next to your home or apartment, and the major mode of transportation for most of us. So with just nine shopping days left till Christmas, don’t forget your car – or your car lover – when shopping for gifts. Here are a number of suggestions – from the practical to the indulgent, the sensible to the sumptuous – as well as places to find them. Get schooled in driving No matter how stylish your ride, you can’t go anywhere without the keys. The Loc8tor is designed to help you track any item you don’t want to lose – keys, cell phones, pets and even kids. You apply a small sensor to any item, and the Loc8tor tracks it within a 100-yard radius. The original Loc8tor is about $100 and includes the handheld device and two homing tags. The Loc8tor Plus is $170 and includes the device, three homing tags and one panic tag. loc8tor.com; sharperimage.com; amazon.com Gear up in fashion World Class Motoring sells auto-related apparel and collectibles and everything else in between. If that special someone on your shopping list is a fan of the USC Trojans, UCLA Bruins or the Cal Bears, there’s a Sunlite Car Cover adorned with the school logo for about $300. The retailer also sells licensed Team Shelby Jackets, an upgraded version of those worn by the Shelby racing team, priced from $200. Matching Shelby driving shoes are $100. You can also splurge on Zeyner briefcases starting at about $350 or a leather Zeyner Backfire Motorcycle backpack for $460. World Class Motoring, 5076 Chesebro Road, Agoura; worldclassmotoring.com Buying on a budget For those on a budget, here’s a trio of practical offerings from www.cleantools. The Absorber ($8 to $13 at retailers) is a lightweight, durable drying towel that’s safe for even the most precious paint surface. The cloth is machine washable, and it won’t leave lint on the car or abrade its wax layer. The Glosser is a pack with five disposable microfiber towels that are filled with car-washing and polishing formulas and also sell for $6.95 at retailers nationwide. Think of the movie “The Karate Kid” when using this product and just wipe on, wipe off. Your car should have a nice shine, and you probably won’t break a sweat. These are small enough to stow under the seat or in the glove box. The Dash Gear cleaning towel is designed for instrument panels and electronics. It’s made of an ultra-fine microfiber that lifts dust, dirt and grime without scratching surfaces or requiring liquid cleaners. It retails for $6 to $13. cleantools.net For the Porsche fanatic If you know a Porsche fanantic – and there are plenty of them out there – Clewett Engineering in Manhattan Beach makes shopping a little easier. The online store specializes in hard-to-find parts that can add more spunk to older models of these already-spunky cars. Pure Power oil filters, which retail for about $200, are cleanable and reusable, and the UEGO 2000 Wide Band Oxygen Sensor, at $500, is popular among racing enthusiasts. A little less pricey are spark-plug wire sets, which start at slightly less than $150. clewett.com Site helps if still looking If you are really stumped, gifts.com has a slew of gift ideas in every price range for the auto enthusiast. They range from silly, a Darth Vader dashboard hula toy for $10, to the practical, a Garage Shop Pro Vac for $175 that makes cleaning up a little easier. And you can always buy the motorhead on your list his or her own personalized garage sign. That will set you back just $70. gifts.com greg.wilcox@dailynews.com 818-713-3743160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! That certain someone on your gift list has a really hot car, and you want to make sure the driver knows how to handle all that horsepower – especially if you go on frequent ride-alongs. A gift certificate for a driving course at Danny McKeever’s FastLane driving school at Willow Springs Raceway in Rosamond, about 90 miles north of Los Angeles, might be just the ticket. It could prevent one, too. McKeever’s Defensive Driving Academy costs $395, and you get to drive your own hot rod. If you want to shift into a higher price range, sign up for the popular High Performance Driving Course. Participants get to drive a Toyota Celica GT coupe, so they need to be able to work a manual transmission. Classes range from one to three days and from $775 to $2,300. raceschool.com Never lose keys again last_img read more

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HARPS SUFFER FIRST LEAGUE DEFEAT OF NEW SEASON

first_imgFinn Harps have suffered their first defeat of the season after going down 1-0 to Athlone Town at Athlone Town Stadium this evening.Both sides had few chances and the game could have gone either way.Both Kevin McHugh and Paul McVeigh had chances to break the deadlock for Harps minutes into the restart. McVeigh’s chance went agonizingly close but came back off the inside of the post.Roddy Collins’ side pushed on and were rewarded after a fine move in the 70th minute.Garbhan Coughlan found the net form close range after Philip Gorman headed down a fine cross from Barry Clancy.Harps pushed until the final whistle but just couldn’t break down a stubborn home defence.  HARPS SUFFER FIRST LEAGUE DEFEAT OF NEW SEASON was last modified: April 12th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:Athlone Townfinn harpslast_img read more

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DONEGAL WOMAN WINS $10,000 ON LATE LATE SHOW

first_imgA Donegal woman has scooped $10,000 and a trip to the US on tonight’s Late Late Show.Grace Kelly from Lifford didn’t think she had much of a chance when she texted her entry into the live competition on the popular RTE Show.But she got the shock of her life when she was telephoned by Ryan Tubridy’s team to say she had won. The chatshow host wasted no time in remarking on Grace’s famous name saying “I have always wanted to say this live on air – good evening Grace Kelly.”Grace revealed she was at home on the sofa with her mum Kitty as she received the good news in front of the nation.A delighted Grace said she would love the prize when asked by the RTE star if she really wanted it.She’s now off to Los Angeles and Hollywood – with 10k spending money.   DONEGAL WOMAN WINS $10,000 ON LATE LATE SHOW was last modified: February 11th, 2012 by StephenShare 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:GRace KellyLate Late ShowLiffordlast_img read more

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GARDAI ‘FOLLOWING DEFINITE LINE OF INQUIRY’ IN WATERBUS INVESTIGATION

first_imgGARDAI are following a definite line of inquiry in their investigation into vandalism on the Donegal Bay Waterbus, Donegal Daily has learned.Officers have now positively identified two men caught on CCTV as they tampered with the boat’s expensive electrical system around 6am on Monday.Sean Quinn, the chief executive of the tourism venture, published pictures and the footage yesterday after giving the suspects two days to hand themselves over to Gardai and apologise. We have learned that both suspects are from Donegal and have been identified by Gardai.“The footage from the CCTV cameras was excellent,” said one Garda source.“We are now following a definite line of inquiry in this case.”It’s understood arrests in the case could come in the next few days. The men have come forward to the boat’s owners who have demanded compensation for the damage which was done. Earlier Mr Quinn had defended his decision to publish the pictures and criticised trolls who posted comments attacking the move.“Would you find it amusing if all of a sudden the steering failed as your parents, brothers sisters etc drove down the road… think about that. We are sure you wouldn’t be tweeting or messaging in the same light hearted ‘comical’ way,” he said.“We would ask those who suggested that this was a publicity stunt to please ‘Unlike’ our page straight away. The Crew here do not appreciate your presence,” he added. GARDAI ‘FOLLOWING DEFINITE LINE OF INQUIRY’ IN WATERBUS INVESTIGATION was last modified: August 9th, 2013 by John2Share 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:CCTVdonegal bay waterbusdonegal daily newsvandalslast_img read more

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Local government poll overall successful

first_imgSource: BuaNews and MediaClubSouthAfrica.com reporter The voting process in Diepkloof Extension, Soweto, went smoothly with residents taking no longer than 15 minutes to cast their vote. Representatives of the Democratic Alliance canvassed for votes and new members outside the polling station. (Images: Ray Maota) MEDIA CONTACTS • Independent Electoral Commission  +27 12 622 5700 RELATED ARTICLES • Municipal elections: fact file • SA kicks off 2011 election drive • Social media to help Nigerian poll • New political party as poll nearsSouth Africa’s local government elections went well in most parts of the country, despite a few operational glitches, and the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) is confident of reaching its 40% voter turnout target.The fourth poll of its kind took place throughout South Africa on 18 May 2011, with nearly 23-million citizens expected to have voted.Chief Electoral Officer Advocate Pansy Tlakula of the IEC said: “The voting went well throughout the country and was still going well in those areas where voting stations were still open.”Tlakula was speaking at the IEC’s Results Operation Centre in Pretoria, Gauteng, on election night.“Some of the operational glitches experienced at the polling stations included insufficient ballot papers, technical problems with scanners and off-the-grid power outages. About seven IEC officials, six in Limpopo and one in the Free State, were dismissed for displaying political party stickers or banners,” added Tlakula.She said although there were challenges, not one was insurmountable.The IEC is bound by law to produce the results of voting within seven days to allow political parties to object to the results if deemed necessary.Many polling stations in KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng and Mpumalanga stayed open long after the proposed closing time of 7pm.Tlakula said at the time: “The IEC will allow those voters who arrive in their station perimeters before 7pm to vote and no one will be denied their right to vote.”African National Congress (ANC) leader and South African President Jacob Zuma cast his vote in his hometown of Nkandla in KwaZulu-Natal.Zuma said: “I am very optimistic because we have made serious advances and we will surprise many.”The Department of Home Affairs put measures in place on election day to issue temporary identity documents, making staff available on what was deemed a public holiday.There were 2 919 identity documents collected, 436 temporary identity documents issued, 16 temporary identity documents extended and 294 applications received nationwide.The South African government has expressed its gratitude for the smooth running of the elections.Government spokesperson Jimmy Manyi said: “The government expresses great satisfaction with the collective efforts of departments in ensuring the success registered thus far in rolling out the fourth democratic local government elections under the auspices and leadership of the Independent Electoral Commission.”The government also congratulated all auxiliary agencies for making sure the elections went well.“Of particular note is the prompt response by security officials in isolated places where individuals or small groups sought to be disruptive,” said Manyi. “Eskom is also congratulated for making sure no power outages occurred during the voting.”Incidents at stationsIn the Western Cape, two voters died while waiting to cast their ballots.Tlakula said: “We are sad to announce that two people died in the Western Cape, one while he was waiting to cast his vote in Tafelsig in Mitchells Plain. The other one, a lady, died outside the perimeters of the voting station in Kannaland in Ladysmith also in the Western Cape. We wish their families a speedy recovery from their loss.”The Department of Health also reported four minor incidents at polling stations.Voting at Diepkloof ExtensionVoter turnout at the Fons Luminis High School polling station was no different to past elections.Residents of Diepkloof Extension started trickling in at the polling station at 9am. The queue remained brief throughout the day, taking residents between 10 and 15 minutes to complete the entire voting process.Philani Mngomezulu, a resident, said: “I always look forward to coming and voting at our polling station as there are never long queues. I will vote for our councillor to stay on again as he has made our neighbourhood a very desirable place to live in.”IEC workers at the polling station made sure the elderly were helped first and generally ensured that things ran smoothly. Outside the station Democratic Alliance and ANC representatives canvassed for votes.Mphathisi Moloi, a resident who encouraged others to join the ANC, said: “I won’t say I went through the struggle, but I identify with the ANC because it advocates youth development and has made sure after the first democratic elections that everyone was treated the same, with no prejudice.”Police presence at the station was at a minimum with three officers manning the gates, but police patrol cars passed the station almost every 30 minutes.last_img read more

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SA cyclist wins ‘influential woman’ award

first_imgHer home team in South Africa is the Momentum Toyota team, which is a success story on its own, having produced all three South African Olympians in London last year, just three years after its inception. Finding a bigger purpose“It’s nice to think of my cycling as having a bigger purpose. Personal success is important, but while it’s currently my main focus, it’s not my main purpose. I constantly try to act as an agent of positive change, sharing my stories and lessons with juniors, whenever I can,” she explained. South Africa’s Ashleigh Moolman Pasio is currently ranked 14th in the world, the highest position ever achieved by an African road cyclist. “I’m truly honoured to be recognised like this,” she said in a statement on Sunday. “Some athletes just grab opportunities and make the most of them. Ashleigh is one of those athletes. It’s fantastic to see her reaping the rewards of hard work and commitment. I’m sure she still has a great deal more to achieve and offer.” “The process involved answering questions that related to my sport as well as the key areas such as role model responsibilities, creating awareness of my sport, social responsibility elements and obviously the importance of pursuing world class performance. “Recognition like this also confirms I’m doing some things right. This motivates me even more to continue to do what I’m doing. The more you achieve, the greater your influence. Moolman Pasio sees the greater significance of recognition such as this, not only for women’s cycling, but for women’s sport. SAinfo reporter ‘Fighting for local, global recognition’“Women’s road cycling fights a constant battle for recognition both locally and globally. For a cyclist to be given this award is one amazing pat on the back, for me personally and for women’s cycling in general.” The awards are aimed at celebrating the excellence of women in the business world and government institutions. Other semi-finalists in the sports’ category included Olympic sprint canoeist Bridgitte Hartley, hockey player Bernadette Coston and triathlete Kate Roberts. “We are extremely proud of Ashleigh, both in her racing success and the recognition she is gaining outside of cycling,” said co-founder of the Momentum Toyota women’s racing team, Andrew McLean. “I was then informed that I was a semi-finalist and did a video interview. Thereafter I was named as one of two finalists. The other was Bridgitte Hartley, Olympic bronze medallist in canoeing. Moolman Pasio races internationally for the Lotto Belisol professional team, which is based in Belgium. 6 August 2013 For Moolman Pasio, the award is both an honour and a responsibility. “My mantra is: attitude, values, vision, which really translates to the importance of a positive attitude, while staying true to your values and keeping an eye on your goal and the bigger picture, and, of course, being able to adjust your vision when things don’t quite go to plan,” she said. For Moolman Pasio, the award adds some impetus to an empowerment project she has been developing, which is aimed at helping make the journey to international sporting success a more defined one for talented young sportswomen. “I would love to actively take part in this but currently, I have to focus on my own objectives. Once I’m a top-10 cyclist in the world, my influence will be much greater than being South Africa’s top cyclist,” she said. “It was a very comprehensive process, which gives the award a high level of credibility. It’s great to see this kind of recognition specifically aimed at women in Africa,” said the 27-year-old. “I’m not sure who nominated me for the award, but I do appreciate it,” she said. Her excellence was recently recognised when she was named “Africa’s Most Influential Woman in Sport” by the annual publication SA’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government.last_img read more

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Cartoon: Consulting Secrets REVEALED!

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