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Karim Ndugwa nets winner as Wakiso Giants come from behind to defeat Busoga United

first_img Tags: Abubakar OtwaoBusoga United FCKarim NdugwaUganda Premier LeagueViane SekajugoWakiso Giants FC This is Wakiso’s first victory in four games. (PHOTO/Wakiso Giants)Uganda Premier League Wakiso Giants FC 2-1 Busoga United FC Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium, WakisshaFriday, 08-11-2019WAKISSHA – Wakiso Giants FC returned to winning ways on Friday afternoon thanks to a 2-1 victory at home to Busoga United.The Purple Sharkes had lost their last three games and were coming off a dreadful performance in a 1-0 loss to Vipers on Tuesday.It was not an easy game either as Wakiso fell behind to an Abubakar Otwao goal on 24 minutes.However, Viane Sekajugo restored purity at the stroke of halftime to ensure both side head into the break locked at one all.With 18 minutes to play, substitute Karim Ndugwa scored the winner for Wakiso.Ndugwa has 12 minutes prior, replaced the ineffective Geofrey Sserunkuma as Steven Bengo made his second substitution of the contest.Earlier in the game, Wakiso Giants captain and custodian Yasin Mugabi had suffered a horrible injury after a collusion with Dan Ssewava and was stretchered off after an 8 minute delay. He was then replaced by Derrick Emukule.Lawrance Bukenya of Wakiso was named man of the match.This is Wakiso’s 5th win of the season having lost 7 and drawn the other one of their first 13 encounters.Victory sees the Purple Sharks climb into 7th on the log with 12 points.For Busoga, they remain 6th on the standings with 16 points and are ahead of Wakiso because of a better goal difference.In their next engagements, Wakiso are away to Kyetume FC while Busoga hosts Maroons FC.The other game played on Friday-Onduparaka FC 7-1 Kyetume FCSaturday’s fixtures-BUL FC vs Mbarara City FC @3pm-KCCA FC vs Police FC @4pm-Bright Stars FC vs SC Villa @4pm-Tooro United FC vs Proline FC @4pmComments last_img read more

Stanbank secures $100m European loan

first_img11 December 2009Standard Bank has signed a six-year US$100-million (about R747-million) loan agreement with three European development finance institutions. The loan will be used to fund infrastructure projects and project finance lending in Africa.The loan was coordinated by Germany’s Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft (DEG), along with Netherlands’ FMO and the Austria’s Oesterreichische Entwicklungsbank (OeEB).“The deal will hopefully serve as a platform for future cooperation between Standard Bank, DEG and the other lenders across a range of different banking products and geographies,” said Standard Bank Africa CEO Clive Tasker in a statement last week.It is the first transaction between Standard Bank of South Africa and DEG, one of Europe’s largest development finance institutions.“The tranche, made available by several development finance institutions, will enable Standard Bank to finance investments in the infrastructure sector,” said DEG chairman Bruno Wenn.Boosting continental trade, investmentStandard Bank has been very active in securing international credit facilities to fund trade and investment on the African continent, especially in light of the global financial crisis.In April, it received a $400-million credit line from the International Finance Corporation’s Global Trade Liquidity Programme to support trade in sub-Saharan Africa.In September, it raised a further US$1-billion loan facility with four major Chinese banks: the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Macau), Bank of China, China Development Bank, and China CITIC Bank.And, in October, it signed a further $150-million loan agreement with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation to boost trade on the continent.SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

Astro the Eyepiece: The Tale of a Travel Bug® on a Mission

first_imgShare your Trackable stories for a chance to win the rare and coveted Moun10bike coinShare your Trackable stories for a chance to win a rare and covetedMoun10bike Trackable.Teile jetzt Deine Trackable-Geschichten mit anderen und habe die Chance auf diesem seltenen und begehrten Moun10Bike Trackable.Shop Now to Find Trackable Week Discounts of 10% or MoreFinde jetzt Rabatte von 10% oder mehr während der Trackable-Woche(Für Trackables von teilnehmenden Anbietern)Learn and share Trackable EtiquettePrüfe und schaue Dir die Trackable Etikette anCheck out the Travel Bug that’s traveled far enough to circle the globe 8 times… and is still moving (and moving, and moving…)Schau Dir den Travel Bug an, der so weit gereist ist, um den Globus 8 Mal zu umrunden… und er ist immer noch unterwegs (und bewegt sich und bewegt sich…)Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedTrackable Stories of the WeekSeptember 16, 2011In “Community”Sea Shells – TB Stop & Go GCNWBC GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – February 6, 2012February 6, 2012In “Community”MAT – the Travel Bug® that TeachesSeptember 18, 2012In “Learn” Where Astro was picked upHappy Cache Inn, der Ort an dem Astro wieder in Empfang genommen wurde.The Travel Bug® that traveled 63,000 miles is back home in the U.S. state of Oregon.Astro the Eyepiece, a telescope eyepiece, was on the move for eight years before it was retrieved by its owner at Shelrik’s Happy Cache Inn (For TB’s & GC’s) this July 5th.Geramy, a.k.a. CrazyGAF, released the Travel Bug in 2004 with this mission: “Astro’s mission is to travel East…a long ways East! You see, Astro is a telescope eyepiece and would like to travel to Greenwich, England…home of the Greenwich Royal Observatory and Greenwich Mean Time! After his trip he wouldn’t mind traveling the world a little more before, hopefully, coming back to his hometown of Portland, Oregon. He knows this may be a very long trip, but he’s ready! So…if you’re traveling East, please take him with you. If you’re traveling West, please let him stay. Thanks!!” -Cacheopia (now CrazyGAF).The journey began when bbmagic grabbed Astro the Eyepiece on February 14, 2004, a few days after it was placed in the Cascades Parkway cache.Astro at the Greenwich ObservatoryAstro beim Greenwich ObservatoriumGeramy says, “this was our first bug that we ever released. Its original goal was to make it to the International Date Line. It did that and then it continued around the globe and made it back into our hands. We kept it for a little while and then let it go again. It traveled around again for quite some time before it got stuck in South Korea where we thought it might have been lost or stolen…but then it started up again and made it the rest of the way around the globe a second time.”At this time Astro the Eyepiece is back home and getting some well deserved rest and relaxation.According to Geramy, “We’re not sure we are going to send it on a third journey or if we are going to let it enjoy a life of retirement after such an active life. It seems to quite like our home here in Gresham, Oregon. After all… it has seen the whole world and always comes back.”To learn more about Travel Bugs or to live vicariously through each Travel Bug’s adventures, visit the Latest Travel Bug Reports page.Astro’s trip across the globeAstro das Okular: Die Geschichte eines Travel Bug® auf einer MissionDer Travel Bug® reiste 63.000 Meilen zurück nach Hause nach Gresham, OR, USA.Astro das Okular, ein Teleskop Okular, war acht Jahre unterwegs, bis er von seinem Eigentümer in Shelriks Happy Cache Inn (ein Travelbug Hotel) am 5.Juli wieder in entnommen wurde.Geramy, a.k.a. CrazyGAF, schickte den Travel Bug im Jahr 2004 mit dem Ziel auf Reisen: “Astro‘s Mission ist reise nach Osten…den langen Weg nach Osten! Astro ist ein Teleskop Okular und möchte nach Greenwich, England…Heimat des Greenwich Royal Observatorium und der mittleren Greenwich Zeit reisen! Nach erreichen dieses Zieles, möchte er sich noch ein wenig die Welt ansehen, bevor er wieder zurück in seine Heimatstadt Portland, Oregon kommt. Er weiß dies kann eine sehr lange Reise sein, aber er ist fertig für den Trip! Wenn… Du also in Richtung Osten unterwegs bist, bitte nimm Ihn mit. Wenn Du nach Westen reist, dann laß Ihn bitte liegen. Vielen Dank!” –Cacheopia (jetzt CrazyGAF).Die Reise begann als bbmagic Astro das Okular am 14. Februar 2004, aufnahm und wenige Tage später im Cascades Parkway Cache ablegte.Geramy erzählt: “Dies war unser erster Travel Bug, welchen wir auf die Reise geschickt haben. Ursprünglich war sein Ziel, dass er die internationale Datumsgrenze überschreiten sollte. Es tat dies, dann ging es einmal um die Welt und wieder zurück in unsere Hände. Wir behielten Ihn für eine Weile um Ihn dann wieder loszuschicken. Es reiste wieder für einige Zeit, bevor er länger in Südkorea verweilte. Wir dachten, daß er verloren oder gestohlen wurde…aber dann begann er wieder zureisen und vollendete den Weg um den Globus ein zweites Mal.”Momentan ist Astro das Okular wieder zu Hause und genießt seine wohlverdiente Rast.Geramy: “Wir sind uns nicht sicher ob wir Ihn auf eine dritte Reise senden oder ob wir Ihn seine wohlverdienten Ruhestand nach solch einem aktiven Leben genießen lassen. Es scheint so, daß er sich ganz wohl hier in seinem Zuhause in Gresham, Oregon fühlt. Nach allem…er hat die ganze Welt gesehen und ist immer wieder zurückgekommen.”Für weitere Informationen zu Travel Bugs oder um weitere Abenteuer anderer Travel Bugs zu erleben, besuche die neuste Travel Bug–Berichtsseite.ADDITIONAL TRACKABLE STORIES:Zusätzliche Trackable Geschichten:last_img read more

Massive search operation under way in Shopian, Pulwama districts to flush out militants

first_imgSecurity forces fired tear gas shells to disperse groups of youth who threw stones at personnel carrying out the searches at Shermal in Shopian.Three special police officers were abducted and later killed by militants in Shopian district on Friday morning.National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah visited the police headquarters here on Saturday to offer his condolences on the killing of three police personnel. Dr. Abdullah, Srinagar MP, met senior officers, including Director-General of Police Dilbag Singh. Morning shock in Shopian A day after three policemen were abducted and killed by militants, security forces on Saturday launched a massive cordon-and-search operation in Shopian and Pulwama districts of Jammu and Kashmir, the police said.The operation was conducted in at least eight villages from early in the morning, a State police official said.Flushing out militantsHe said a joint team of the police, the Army and the Central Reserve Police Force launched the operation to flush out militants from the area.The operation was going on when last reports came in.Also Readlast_img read more