National Microfinance Bank Plc (NMB.tz) listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2020 interim results for the second quarter.For more information about National Microfinance Bank Plc (NMB.tz) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the National Microfinance Bank Plc (NMB.tz) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: National Microfinance Bank Plc (NMB.tz) 2020 interim results for the second quarter.Company ProfileNational Microfinance Bank Plc (NMB) is a commercial bank in Tanzania offering financial solutions for individuals, small-to-medium-sized businesses and large corporations. NMB operates in several segments; wholesale banking, retail banking, agribusiness and treasury. Its product offering ranges from current and savings accounts to time deposits to fixed deposits, and Kilimo, Chap and Chipukizi accounts. NMB also offers loans to entrepreneurs, bank guarantees, and export and import financing, supply chain financing and letters of credit. Other services include forex, cash exchange, institutional and transactional banking, and payment and collection services. NMB has an extensive network of branches and ATMs in the major towns and cities of Tanzania. National Microfinance Bank Plc is listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange
Rugby World teamed up with leading corporate hospitality providers Keith Prowse, to talk more about the forthcoming Old Mutual Wealth Cup, England v Wales at Twickenham (SEE VIRTUAL TOUR). With a number of high quality experiences on offer, all within the Stadium, read on if you’re looking for some entertainment options on Sunday 29 May:Q: What is the Old Mutual Wealth Cup?A: New to the rugby calendar for 2016, this International on Sunday 29 May between adversaries England and Wales replaces the non-capped England v Barbarians match. Given the proximity of pending tours to Australia for England and New Zealand for Wales, Eddie Jones and Warren Gatland are expected to put out strong teams, with stars like George North, Anthony Watson, Dan Biggar and Mike Brown keen to prove their credentials and allow coaches to test new playing combinations ahead of the summer tours.Q: Outside being the first chance to see Grand Slam champions play, why would I want to be in the crowd?A: There is a rich history between the two sides and the rivalry, passion and competitiveness never disappoints. England and Wales have played each other at rugby union since 1881. There have been 128 matches to date – England having won 59 times and Wales 57, with 12 matches drawn. With tours to Australia and New Zealand, the showdown between England and Wales will be a chance for players to secure their starting berths. Expect fireworks Titanic battle: Billy Vunipola takes on the Welsh defence in the Six Nations encounter Memorable moments are aplenty; Scott Gibbs in 1999 at Wembley, still referred to as the best try in Welsh rugby history (Wales 32: England 31) and in a Rugby World Cup year which saw England triumph (2003), they beat Wales in a closely fought quarter final (England 28: Wales 17). LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Leicester Tigers star, Ben Youngs recently described England v Wales matches as “special”, saying, “I love being a part of those games and when I’m retired if there’s one England fixture that people ask me to go to, England versus Wales is the one I’d watch”.Fun rivalry: England and Wales have history that dates back over 100 yearsQ: When do we expect to hear more about the player selections?A: Following the confirmation of the Aviva Premiership semi-final line-up (Exeter Chiefs, Leicester Tigers, Saracens and Wasps), Eddie Jones and Warren Gatland have announced their training squads that are, especially in Wales’ case, loaded with experience and talent.
ArchDaily Projects Year: United States ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/879407/lake-austin-residence-a-parallel-architecture Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/879407/lake-austin-residence-a-parallel-architecture Clipboard Lake Austin Residence / A Parallel ArchitectureSave this projectSaveLake Austin Residence / A Parallel Architecture Lake Austin Residence / A Parallel Architecture “COPY” Area: 6750 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: A Parallel Architecture Area Area of this architecture project Manufacturers: Ferguson, Ferguson Enterprises, Quantum Windows & Doors, Kristynik HardwoodProject Team:Jack WingerathArchitect In Charge:Eric Barth, Ryan BurkeCity:AustinCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Casey DunnRecommended ProductsDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesWindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeText description provided by the architects. Like a butterfly specimen pinned to its mounting, this sinuous lake-front home’s light floating roofs are anchored to its site by heavy rusticated limestone masses, while its horizontal footprint is spread out and sewn through the vertical punctuation of mature sycamore, cypress and pecan trees. The resulting form reflects the organic character of its site, and offers a combination of transparency and solidity, incrementally tuned to capitalize on its relationship to the scenic, but recreationally active lake front.Save this picture!© Casey DunnSave this picture!Site PlanSave this picture!© Casey DunnAt the glassy center of the home, the structural system is exposed to reveal a rhythmic steel vertebrate that organizes the primary public spaces and provides definition and scale to the spacious rooms.Save this picture!© Casey DunnA warm interior palette of oak, mahogany and cedar serve as a soft counterpoint to the glass and stone, exuding a relaxed livability paramount to the homeowner.Save this picture!© Casey DunnSave this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Casey DunnThe landscape is carefully understated while accommodating many amenities, including a large boat dock, fishing pier, sandy beach, and onsite services such as geothermal climate control, waste treatment and water collection.Save this picture!© Casey DunnProject gallerySee allShow less93-Foot-Tall “Tower of Voices” to Commemorate 9/11 Victims with Wind Chime SoundscapeArchitecture NewsHow to Choose an Undergraduate Architecture Thesis TopicArticles Share Photographs: Casey Dunn Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project 2016 Photographs CopyHouses•Austin, United States Houses CopyAbout this officeA Parallel ArchitectureOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesAustinUnited StatesPublished on September 11, 2017Cite: “Lake Austin Residence / A Parallel Architecture” 11 Sep 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Homepage BannerNews By News Highland – September 17, 2019 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Twitter Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Arkle Resources, formerly known as Connemara Mining, has identified a new gold target at its Inishowen project in Co Donegal.The company is the first known to drill specifically for gold in the area.Drill targets were selected at the Meeneragh prospect and two phases of initial drilling were completed in 2016, which identified a series of parallel gold bearing veins.Five additional drill holes were completed in October 2017 in order to better understand the orientation of the high grade veins intercepted in 2016 and to locate further veins noted in historic exploration, lying to the south.Arkle Resources says the 2017 drilling has identified further narrow quartz veins in the vicinity of the high-grade intersection drilled in 2016.To date, a total of 1113m has been drilled on twelve holes.The focus of the project is said to have recently shifted to targets along the Glentogher Fault which runs between the Meeneragh discovery site and the early 1900s Glentogher base metal mine.Fieldwork has identified a previously unknown shear zone (Kinnagoe Shear Zone) which intersects the Glentogher Fault 3kms northwest of Meeneragh. WhatsApp Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Previous articleDunfanaghy Golf Club Donegal Youth under-16 Champions 2019Next articleAppeal launched after burglary of house in Glendale Manor, L’Kenny News Highland New gold target identified in Inishowen Pinterest Google+ Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Facebook Community Enhancement Programme open for applications
Michael Taxin and Steven Renbaum (ITM, iStock)A commercial leasing startup is turning to its user base — brokers — to raise $2 million in seed funding.InTheMarket, or ITM, has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Republic to get buy-in, literally and figuratively, for a new software platform. Brokers and landlords who invest $1,000 or more can also serve on the company’s advisory council.ITM was founded by CEO Steven Renbaum, who did stints at Newmark Knight Frank and Summit Real Estate Partners, and COO Michael Taxin, an alum of RKF and Newmark. They said their software streamlines the leasing process, which currently relies on a patchwork of spreadsheets and tools.The platform, for tenant representatives, has several “modules,” including a customer relationship manager, tour scheduler, tour book creator and chat function. Through the CRM, tenants and landlords (and their representatives) can exchange information about what they’re looking for and what’s available, including subleases, according to Renbaum.Its “dealroom,” which functions like a point-of-sale system, generates term sheets and creates a transaction trail and data.Renbaum said ITM sits between VTS and CoStar.“I do believe I am competing against a conglomeration of products,” he said. “There are companies that do this one thing, but in my view, the commercial real estate broker can’t use nine platforms. The idea is to consolidate.”Read moreVTS launches office listings marketplace VTS rolls out leasing data tool How CoStar became a $15B juggernaut Email Address* Tags Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Message* Full Name* Share via Shortlink Renbaum said ITM was built on spec and he decided to crowdfund its next phase of growth so brokers could invest. “I wanted to get into VTS five years ago, but I couldn’t. I’m not a VC,” he said. ITM expects beneficial feedback from brokers who invest.The startup expects to launch its platform in March for beta users and is targeting a commercial launch this summer. Brokers and landlords will pay a subscription fee for the software.Renbaum is optimistic about the market even though he feels commercial real estate will be “limping around for a little bit” post-pandemic.“But real estate isn’t going anywhere,” he said. “It might look a little different, but those buildings are going to stay there.”Contact E.B. Solomont commercial leasingCoStarNY Office MarketVTS
75, of Bayonne, passed away at home on March 7, 2017, with her family at her side. Born in Poland, Maria immigrated to the United States in 1963 where she has since resided in Bayonne. Prior to her retirement 8 years ago, she worked as a technician for the Airflyte Electronics Company of Bayonne, a position she held for more than 20 years. Maria was predeceased by her parents, Alexander and Sophie (Bondarewicz) Pieczurko and her brother George Pieczurko. Left to cherish her memory are her husband Chester Kaniewski; her sons, Robert Kaniewski and Gregory and his wife Andrea Kaniewski; her sister Stella Banek and her husband Zbigniew; her sister-in-law Lydia Pieczurko; and 4 grandchildren, Nicholas, Katelyn, Danielle, and Corinne; Also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral arrangements by DWORZANSKI & SON Funeral Home, 20 E. 22nd St.
The beloved FloydFest is set to return to Floyd, VA from July 26-30, complete with a lineup that features Michael Franti & Spearhead, St. Paul & The Broken Bones and Railroad Earth as headliners. Today, the festival has added a number of new artists, rounding out their lineup with some top notch performers.The newly announced musicians include Leftover Salmon, Steel Pulse, TAUK, Aaron Lee Tasjan, T Sisters, Banditos, Jon Stickley Trio, The Tillers, Alanna Royale, The Stash Band, Strange Americans, Whiskerman, The Brother Brothers, Strange Machines, Dixon’s Violin, author Howard Falco and Oakley the Greenman.You can see the full lineup below, and head to the festival’s website for more details.
Two recent renovation projects by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Extavour Laboratory and the Science Center – Cabot Library Projects, mark the next phase in Harvard’s commitment to green buildings with their recent achievement of the first and second LEED v4 Commercial Interiors certifications in Massachusetts and on campus. Both projects sought to modernize and enhance the learning and research experience for students and faculty while featuring progressive sustainable design strategies which help to reduce energy and water use without additional cost.For nearly two decades, the University’s facilities and project planning teams have aggressively pursued and implemented high performance, green building strategies and practices driven by the Harvard Green Building Standards and ambitious climate action goals.“We applaud Harvard University’s ongoing leadership as they take the next step in raising their commitment to green building practices by utilizing LEED v4,” said Jaime van Mourik, Vice President of Education Solutions, US Green Building Council. “Harvard continues to serve as a model for how organizations can adapt and evolve to address the changing landscape of sustainable practices with the focus on health and wellbeing. These certifications serve as great case studies on what is achievable when there are proactive environmental and green building goals in place.”In October 2014, Harvard’s Green Building Standards were updated to include LEED v4, requiring all Tier 1 capital projects (all new buildings and full building renovations) to achieve LEED v4 Gold as a minimum, a full two years before the USGBC made LEED v4 a mandatory requirement. The Extavour Laboratory (registered in September 2015) and Science Center – Cabot Library (registered in February 2016) projects both voluntarily opted to pursue the more stringent LEED v4 rating, even though they were Tier 2 projects, making their certifications that much more impressive.“For many years, FAS has been committed to reducing energy use and emissions in our buildings. We are constantly pursuing improvement through new equipment, materials, and modes of operating that make the facilities more efficient, greener and healthier,” said Michael Lichten, Associate Dean of Physical Resources and Planning at FAS. “Obtaining LEED v4 in the Science Center – Cabot Library and Extavour Laboratory projects were great achievements for the team in pursuing our goals.”LEED v4 is a more rigorous standard than its LEED 2009 predecessor, incorporating improvements in the areas of health, energy reduction, material life-cycle, and water efficiency. The goals of LEED v4 are organized into seven “impact categories.” These categories are: reverse contribution to global climate change; enhance individual human health and wellbeing; protect and restore water resources; protect, enhance, and restore biodiversity and ecosystem services; promote sustainable and regenerative material resources cycles; building a greener economy; enhance social equality, environment justice, and community quality of life.LEED v4’s expanded focus on a building’s full life-cycle pushes building teams to consider not just design and construction, but also on-going maintenance and operation of the building. Building managers are encouraged to track reductions and continuously monitor and measure in the areas of energy, water, materials, waste, and health and human experience. Read Full Story
MAYVILLE – Chautauqua County District Attorney Patrick Swanson’s budget presentation last week saw no requests for additional attorneys in his office for 2021.Swanson told WNYNewsNow during a recent interview that he wasn’t seeking new attorneys, unlike in the past, due to fiscal challenges that the County, itself, was going to face because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The prosecutor doubled down on his comments when addressing members of the Chautauqua County Legislature.“Obviously, we face significant challenges this year. We were asked to cut some of our budget for 2020. We made an effort to do that,” Swanson said. “I think, if you take a look at where we are on the year, we’ve done as good as we had hoped we could do considering the circumstances.”“You all know that, year after year, I come here seeking more personnel,” he added. “I think it was abundantly clear this year that it just wasn’t a possibility. While I’d love new attorneys and an increase in staff to handle the caseload we have, I understand the reality of the circumstances that we face today.” Swanson says that his office has no open positions. He explains that he wanted to provide clarity as he’s asking for an increase of $121,000 in his personnel services, which he attributes to an increase in various raises and a “no turnover” savings.Additionally, Swanson says that his office is seeking more funds to cover the cost of insurance for his office. Overall, the department head says $164,000 of the $197,000 budget increase he’s requesting is due to costs “outside of” his control.Swanson says $9,000 would be allocated towards IT costs, allowing his attorneys to utilize various technology to help with their caseload.Chautauqua County Legislator Terry Niebel asked Swanson if there’d be any effect on the 2021 budget because of Judge David Foley’s recent dismissal of a murder indictment against Jamestown man Julio Montanez.Swanson says the 2021 DA’s budget won’t be affected at all as the case was likely going to start next year anyways. He says that the 2020 budget would only be affected if officers needed to be called in to testify, which he says that’s only if his office chooses to re-present to the grand jury.If his office chooses to appeal the ruling, Swanson states the costs would be the time an attorney spent on the appeal. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
Annuals stay about the same or look rather tired. Most perennials no longer bloom.And it’s certainly no time to plant new things. So how can you bring life into anAugust garden? Start planning for next year! Physostegia virginiana is very, very vigorous, spreads fast and can dominate thegarden. But such beautiful lavender flowers! Plant it in sunny glades in the woods andin planters or restricted garden areas where it can’t run. If fertilized and kept fromdrought, it can be a showstopper. But it’s not for the timid gardener. Fall is the correct season to plant perennials. To have a brightly colored August garden,plan it now. Then plant it in late September, as the weather begins to cool.August-blooming perennials need extensive root systems, so plant them 10 monthsahead. You need self-sufficient perennials adapted to heat and drought for August gardens. Noplant better matches that description than Echinaceae purpurea, the purple coneflower.This plant blooms most profusely in August. It’s another butterfly attractor, with nectareven in the driest of summers. For best effect, plant 10 to 12 plants in groups. You may be surprised at how many perennials bloom in Georgia in July and August. Boltonia is an aster-like plant with blue-green foliage offsetting titanium-white flowers.It quickly forms a colony that’s easy to divide in the fall. It needs some care duringdrought but is a wonderful August-bloomer. Crocosmia ‘lucifer’ is a late-summer flowering bulb. The warmer the spring andsummer, the earlier it blooms. In general it will bloom in August if kept moist. Thegladioli-like red flowers are striking and make great cut flowers. For most people, not much goes on in the garden from mid-July through August. Fewplants bloom during that scorching time. Planting August-blooming perennials means never having to miss something new andwonderful in the garden. And since most are drought-tolerant and low-maintenance,they’re perfect for the already busy gardener. Helenium autumnale has been improved from our native species. Checkerspotbutterflies love this yellow daisy flower. And it seems to ignore the worst droughts.Plant 10-20 plants in groups for a stunning effect. Don’t feed it after the first fewweeks of spring, or it will have soft, floppy growth. You need no other tricks for success. Just plan, select the right plants and plant them atthe right time. Veronicastrum virginicum is a veronica-like perennial with beautiful white flowers. It’sbig enough to fill in large areas of an unused space in the yard. Butterflies and othercreatures love the flowers. And it imparts movement at the slightest breeze, formingwaves of white flowers. Lantana ‘Miss Huff’ is drought-tolerant and blooms best in August, as the secondbrood of tiger swallowtails flits about. This is a large bush by August, almost 5 feetaround, with up to several hundred brilliant, orange-yellow flowers. So leave spacewhen planting. Asters frikartii ‘Monch’ and novi-belgii ‘Prof Kippemburg’ are the two asters Irecommend for those new to the genus and new to planning late-summer flowers.Asters are easily grown in Georgia, provided you follow a few rules. They can’ttolerate competition from other plants. Miss Huff lantana will overwhelm an asterplanted too close. Give asters room to grow, and they’ll flower impressively fromAugust through October. Lobelia cardinalis is a great hummingbird attractor and blooms at the Newnan artfestival every August. It requires moisture and accepts shade. Never winter-mulch it, asit keeps rosette leaves all winter and needs sun to survive.