Former GuySuCo chairman’s son appointed new CEO

first_img‒ Govt says PWC valuation to conclude by SeptemberAfter a long hiatus, Government is optimistic that a new board for the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) will be appointed soon, even as it has emerged that a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) has already been appointed.New GuySuCo CEO, Dr Harold Davis JrThis revelation was made during a post-Cabinet press briefing hosted by Minister of State, Joseph Harmon on Monday. According to Harmon, the new CEO is Dr Harold Davis Jr, who is the son of late former Chairman of GuySuCo, Harold Davis and the entity’s Director of agricultural services.According to the Minister, Dr Davis was appointed last week and will be taking up his duties from Monday. He will take over from acting CEO Paul Bhim, who had held the reins of director of finance.Bhim himself took over from former CEO Errol Hanoman, who parted ways with the Corporation last year when his contract came to an end. “The consideration for a Board of the entity is well advanced and I believe that by the end of this week or early next week, we will have the announcement of a Board of Directors for GuySuCo,” Harmon said.When it comes to the divestment itself, Harmon revealed that English firm PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) was likely to complete its evaluation by the end of September. He also revealed that there have been numerous expressions of interest (EoIs) from investors.“Those estates are up for divestment. The divestment process has taken some time, because it’s a requirement for us to have a careful assessment of the value of these assets,” Harmon explained. “The fact that the estates were never independent entities of themselves, it means that the entity, apart from a valuation, will require a separation of them from the whole. So every estate will have to have a demarcation of what the assets are.“In the meantime, based on the work that has already been done, there are some advertisements with respect to expressions of interest. We have some very exciting EoIs. Not only for the four estates up for divestment. We have proposals for the entire industry, including the three estates that remain in GuySuCo. There’s a lot of interest and we want to take our time to make sure we get it right.”The previous GuySuCo board expired since February of this year and a new board with Special Purpose Unit (SPU) Head Colvin-Heath London was gazetted. It subsequently emerged, however, that the old board was still in effect amid reports of a split at Cabinet over the new board’s composition. Since then, there has been much confusion over the matter.It has been recently reported that, through the Chamber of Commerce in Delhi, India, several Indian companies have indicated interest in investing in the local sugar industry, or acquiring assets therein.The SPU has also been able to secure a syndicated bond worth $30 billion to assist with the revitalisation of GuySuCo. Heath-London said the loan has been acquired at good rates, with several banks participating.The idea behind the borrowing of this syndicated bond is to assist the SPU with the reopening of the estates, to facilitate providing proof to potential investors that the estates are viable.Over 5000 sugar workers from Enmore, Rose Hall and Skeldon were dismissed from their jobs following the downsizing of the sugar industry, which began to take effect in late 2017.last_img read more

Sophia CSEC night school welcomes new students

first_img…aimed at qualifying vulnerable persons of all agesThe Sophia Community Development Association (SOCDA) on Saturday welcomed over 30 individuals to their night school programme, which will provide classes for them to write the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination next year.The new batch of individuals and past students from SOCDA’s CSEC night school programmeThe programme was established by the non-governmental organisation (NGO) in 2016 for persons who never had a chance to write the examinations, or those who would have done so but failed to achieve satisfactory results. To date, over 450 persons have registered from ages 14 to 50.Subjects offered presently during the evening classes are: Mathematics, English, Electronic Documentation and Preparation Management, Social Studies, Principle of Business, Principle of Accounts, Integrated Science, Human and Social Biology and Agricultural Science.Speaking at the orientation ceremony, Treasurer Sidney Nelson explained that SOCDA was created to reduce the prevalence of crime and violence within the community. The objectives are “to foster a sense of community identity by providing resources and opportunities to promote self-determination through educational and vocational training”.Operations Manager Morgana Bethune-Adolphus emphasised the need to educate persons with the relevant skills to make valuable contributions to their own lives and society.“The mission of SOCDA is to educate, empower and develop innovative leaders with the skills, competencies and predisposition, which will contribute to the nation’s development. And that is exactly what we do,” Bethune-Adolphus said.Social Cohesion Minister, Dr George Norton was present at the gathering, as he lobbies for a foreign language to be introduced in the curriculum. He made promises to assist the organisation with a subvention to continue their work.“In congratulating the night school for the increase in subjects which they would have offered in such short period of time, I would ask that they make every effort to get a foreign language involved, whether it is Spanish, Portuguese, or French,” Norton suggested.Teachers of the evening sessions raised some challenges they would have faced in the past, relating to the availability of textbooks and educational materials. In some cases, the classroom space is limited and can barely accommodate the students.On their student’s end, it was highlighted that many of them are challenged with financial problems, causing some to drop out. Others travel from far distances to take advantage of the free classes.In 2019, 26 individuals wrote the examination and achieved outstanding results. Some have opted to pursue tertiary studies while others have gained employment. For the 2020 batch, over 30 students will be taking the classes.last_img read more

Why we celebrate B.C. Day

first_img“B.C. Day is a time to celebrate all of the things that are most important in our lives – the friends, families and neighbours who mean so much to us, the many blessings and privileges that we enjoy and the very special nature of this place that we call home. It is also a time to consider how we can continue to strengthen the future for our children and our communities.- Advertisement -“As British Columbians, we are fortunate to enjoy multiculturalism, which enriches us all. People from across the world have immigrated to B.C. and along with our First Nations, have worked hard to build a strong and vibrant province in an embrace of cross-cultural acceptance. This has made B.C. a shining beacon throughout the world, and it reflects who we are as a province.”In 1858 Queen Victoria named a rough and lonely outpost of her empire ‘British Columbia’. Today we reflect on those humble beginnings and the impressive record of achievement that created the province we know today.”Ours is a province of promise and opportunity where we live together in mutual respect and inclusiveness. We enjoy peace, security and freedom, and a healthy environment of unparalleled natural beauty. None of these things can be taken for granted. They are privileges  that we must protect and celebrate.”I encourage you to enjoy time with family and participate in some of the many festivals and events taking place across B.C. this weekend. On behalf of the government of British Columbia, I extend my best wishes for a safe and fun B.C. Day.”last_img read more

Manchester United icon agrees with Sir Alex Ferguson’s assessment that he wasn’t ‘world class’

first_img Sir Alex Ferguson and David Beckham David Beckham agrees with Sir Alex Ferguson’s assessment that he was not a “world-class” player.The former Manchester United manager’s latest autobiography includes a claim that he managed only four players deserving of that description during his long Old Trafford reign.Former England captain Beckham was a notable absentee from a list which comprised of Cristiano Ronaldo, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Eric Cantona.But asked if he was “insulted” by his omission, Beckham told BBC News: “Not at all.“I played for the greatest manager of all time for the amount of time that I did, I was lucky to play with the players I did and be successful with the club that I loved and still love.“I tend to agree with the manager. There’s certain players that you can call world-class, thankfully I played with many of them.“I’m proud as a Manchester United player that we were successful and I’m proud as a Manchester United player that we have the best players come to our team.” 1last_img read more


first_imgThe Killotto had no winner this week. The numbers were 5, 10, 15 and 29. There were six winners of Match 3 Numbers. Next week’s Killotto jackpot is €2,900 and Match 3 is €60. Ladies A Team is selling Killotto this Saturday 10th and Jimmy White’s team is selling on the 17th of December.There was no winner of Bingo Jackpot. Consolation prizes went to Christopher McKinney, Kilcar, and Sally McHugh, Ardara. Next week’s Jackpot will be €1,800 on 48 calls.There is a club meeting on Thursday 8th of December in clubhouse at 8.30. The A.G.M. is fixed for the 30th of December in the Tara Hotel at 6p.m. Tickets are available for the club Dinner Dance in the Tara Hotel on the 28th of Dec. Tickets are priced at €25, contact Rita or Andrew to purchase tickets. 0872054772 or 0872977907 GAA NOTES: KILLYBEGS was last modified: December 6th, 2011 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:Killybegs GAA Club noteslast_img read more


first_imgEVEREST hero Jason Black is hoping YOU will join him on his latest expedition….in Glenveagh National Park!The Letterkenny businessman will be out on Sunday from noon as part of a family fun and walk day, hoping to raise much-needed funds for St Vincent de Paul in the county.The walk leaves the castle at 12 and makes its way down the Bridle Path to Santa’s Grotto. Said Jason: “Christmas is in just over two weeks and while the majority of us can look forward to it, there are many many families in Donegal who won’t be because of the economic times we live in.“I would love it if as many people as possible could come out this Sunday and join my family and I on this walk and make a donation if they can at the end of it.“I know the wonderful work done by St Vincent de Paul and they will help to make this Christmas that bit more easy for families.“This isn’t Everest; this is a nice family Sunday dander but if we can together help out the less well off this Christmas then it would be like conquering another Everest.” Jason added: “Everyone should wrap up warm – but it’s going to be worth it.“We might even see Rudolf there!”People should be at the Castle from noon; buses leave the national park reception centre every 15 minutes.JOIN EVEREST HERO JASON ON GLENVEAGH WALK AND HELP OTHERS THIS CHRISTMAS was last modified: December 8th, 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:Glenveagh WalkJason BlackST VINCENT DE PAULlast_img read more

Prescription puzzle

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week The issue with Part D is that enrollment begins Nov. 15, coverage starts Jan. 1, and many seniors have little knowledge about their own prescription drug coverage, let alone a new program that’s only months away. The prognosis: Some seniors could be paying more for their drugs without even realizing the scope of Part D. Only 33 percent of seniors recently surveyed by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation felt they had enough information about the new Medicare benefit. And only 37 percent of those interviewed felt the drug benefit would be “very” or “somewhat” helpful. At its core, Part D is supposed to help seniors gain control of spiraling drug costs. But the cost of drugs don’t seem to bother a group of lunching retirees at the San Bernardino Senior Center. Some of the seniors receive benefits through Medicare-sponsored HMO plans. “So I’m not going to worry about it,” said Kenneth Erwin, 76, whose mailbox has been bombarded by health plans seeking Part D business. “And why should I worry? This stuff is so confusing and my ability to be analytical is not the same as it used to be.” A cluster of California-based health care companies offer Part D plans including Health Net, Kaiser Permanente, PacifiCare and others. Most of these health plans say their members need not worry about Part D. In fact, many seniors won’t even notice a change in their health benefits. But for those shopping for a Part D plan, there are several variables worth considering. All Medicare beneficiaries, no matter what their income or marital status, are eligible for Part D prescription drug coverage. Medicare patients can obtain the drug benefit through two types of private plans: a prescription drug plan (PDP), or a Medicare Advantage plan (MA), which includes HMOs and regional PPOs. Those who sign up for a PDP will only get drug coverage and consequently must receive their Medicare benefits via a fee-for-service program. The MA route will cover drugs and all other Medicare benefits. As for the cost of a Medicare drug plan, seniors will have to pay a monthly premium that is set to cover about 25 percent of a standard monthly premium. In other words, patients may be billed $30 a month for plans that cover brand-name and generic drugs. In addition to that, participants will be charged a co-pay of about 25 percent of the drug’s price. There is also a standard $250 annual deductible, but that only covers $2,250 in drug costs. After that’s used up, beneficiaries then enter the “doughnut hole.” The hole is a $2,850 gap in which the beneficiary has to pay 100 percent of the price of drugs. Once $2,850 is surpassed, Medicare kicks back in and pays 95 percent of the cost of drugs. As confusing as the formula is, health plans are in favor of the program. Jacklyn Kosecoff, executive vice president of specialty companies at Cypress-based PacifiCare, deemed the Medicare overhaul as “the greatest single change in her career.” WellPoint Health Networks also looks favorably upon Part D. The Indianapolis-based company believes that “supporting national solutions for seniors and our aging population is imperative to helping meet the overall immediate and future health care needs of our country,” Susan Rawlings, president of senior services of WellPoint, said in a statement. Of course, many health plans are happy with Part D because it allows them to market a new product and the government has agreed to foot a significant portion of the bill. But for lower-income individuals who are dual-eligible, meaning they qualify for Medicaid or Medi-Cal and Medicare, Part D deserves more scrutiny than accolades. That’s because under the new benefit, lower-income seniors could be forced to switch plans in order to continue receiving the same prescriptions they’re used to taking. “The drug coverage they (lower-income seniors) have will not stop, although the source will change,” said Juliette Cubanski, senior policy analyst with the Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonprofit organization that focuses on health care issues. “This is why a lot of people are on alert for what the experience might be for the dual-eligible population.” Anglin is dual-eligible. But he has no idea what the future holds for his health needs. A bulletin board is filled with information about Part D at the senior center he frequents. Incidentally, the information is sponsored by a drug company. Of the more than 42 million elderly and disabled Americans enrolled in the Medicare program, an estimated 14.4 million will be eligible for low-income subsidies. To qualify for those subsidies, incomes must be below $14,355 for individuals and $20,000 for couples. Medicare is expected to pay $4,189 of drug costs for beneficiaries receiving low-income assistance. Low-income beneficiaries are also expected to spend 83 percent less for their drugs once Part D goes into effect. But Jo Wales, coordinator of information assistance at the Long Beach Senior Center, isn’t convinced seniors will be the ones saving money. “They’re going to be left in the dark. They’re going to be up a creek and left without a paddle,” said Wales, 71, who is enrolled in an HMO plan. “A lot of people, especially lower-income, are used to having all of their medication paid for. And the fact that they might have to start paying or carrying around a formulary of all of the plans only adds to the confusion.” Jim Anderson, a Pasadena-based spokesman for Kaiser Permanente, said his concern is that seniors will purchase a Part D program, even if they already have the benefit through their Medicare plan. If a senior does purchase a Part D plan and already has the benefit, it will immediately void their initial coverage. “So we’re trying to let people know that we will automatically enroll them in Part D and there is no premium at all,” Anderson said. Despite educational efforts on behalf of health plans and nonprofit organizations, many seniors remain apathetic. Bobbie Foster, 71, doesn’t care about Part D. “I’ve heard about it. But when I get this stuff in the mail, I just throw it in the trash,” said Foster, who carts around an oxygen tank on most days at the San Bernardino Senior Center. “My problem is that I just switched from UHP to Secure Horizons (another HMO) and now I have to pay $57 a month to get my tank filled.” Evan Pondel, (818) 713-3662 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SAN BERNARDINO – Donald Anglin, 68, takes five different medications, none of which he can recall the names of even though he swallows them on a daily basis. His left arm is bruised from a recent surgery that introduced pins to his elbow and a plate to his forearm. His ability to speak is often hampered by a stroke that happened several years ago. And his clunky walker appears more like a hurdle than an escort he can depend on for mobility. “I think the drugs I’m taking are making me an addict rather than actually helping the problem,” said Anglin, a retired construction worker who lives in subsidized housing next to the San Bernardino Senior Center. “And with all of these new drug benefits, they’re just gonna make things worse. I don’t know how these new benefits are going to help me.” Anglin is not alone. Scores of seniors throughout the nation are confused about the new Medicare prescription-drug benefit known as Part D. It’s called that because the program is next in line after Part C, another plan that essentially provides HMO benefits to seniors. last_img read more

Fulham linked with Powell

first_imgFulham are planning to table a bid for highly-rated Crewe midfielder Nick Powell, according to The People.Arsenal and Chelsea have been monitoring the 18-year-old, who is regarded as one of the country’s best prospects.The People also say Chelsea and Benfica will hold transfer talks over Oscar Cardozo ahead of their Champions League quarter-final second leg at Stamford Bridge.The Paraguayan, 28, has been a key player for Benfica this season and was recently reported to be keen on a move to the Premier League.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

Science’s Got Troubles

first_imgNumerous news articles point to moral shortcomings in Big Science that threaten public trust.The US Constitution was a great idea. But John Adams once said, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious People. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other” (US Archives). Similarly, the “Scientific Method,” as it is popularly conceived, is a great idea with a long train of spectacular successes. But science is always mediated by fallible human beings. Misuse of scientific methods could produce fake science or even evil science.We have all heard how foreign countries have tried to manipulate elections with disinformation campaigns. Imagine what would happen to public trust in science if political entities, or even artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms, became so clever with scientific disinformation that journal editors and reviewers could not tell the true from the false. An experiment like this was actually run recently. The Wall Street Journal tells how 3 researchers submitted 20 bogus papers to journals. Seven were accepted, and four were published – including one that quoted sections of Hitler’s Mein Kampf as supporting evidence.Despite the most rigorous safeguards, rules and regulations are only as good as those who follow them. Professors and grad students are busy, distracted by various temptations and motivations that can be less than noble (q.v. the IgNobel Prizes). For a dose of reality about how scientific sausage is made, look at some of the worries in Big Science going on right now, and pay attention to the implications in each proposal: science has been failing in many ways.Predatory publishers: the journals that churn out fake science (The Guardian). Pay a fee and pad your resume with all your published papers, good or bad. This is a worry about predatory journals with temptations of filthy lucre, showing that the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil, even in science. On the flip side, the article complains about how mainstream journals routinely deny publication to maverick ideas.Ghost authorship haunts industry-funded clinical trials (Nature). Big Science is haunted. “Drug companies make big contributions to analysis in the trials they fund but can fail to report their contributions,” Matthew Warren writes. There are even ghosts in the data. A large number of trials give funders access to the data and even the methods:About 21% of the academic authors indicated that a funder, or one of their contracted employees, had been involved in the design, analysis, or reporting of the research in a way that had not been declared in the paper. This “ghost authorship” could potentially be more widespread than this, write Rasmussen and her colleagues, as academic researchers who had a relatively small role in a study may not have been aware of the extent of industry involvement.Rasmussen says she was surprised by how common these undeclared contributions and associated issues were. “It’s incredibly inaccurately reported,” she says. “The roles of the funder were often downplayed or even omitted in the publications, funder employees rarely had first or last authorship despite having played a role in every single part of the trial.”No mixed motives in those papers. Money can buy politics; it can also buy science. And sometimes, people’s lives are at stake, trusting the results of a clinical trial that could have been manipulated to profit the funder. Science Daily posted a related story on this problem.How three research groups are tearing down the ivory tower (Nature). The subtitle points out another shortcoming in Big Science: overlooking indigenous people. “The people who should benefit from research are increasingly shaping how it’s done,” the authors say, complaining that “traditional research” has tended to be “myopic.”How leading experts can be fooled.What ‘data thugs’ really need (Nature). Keith Baggerly argues, “Science needs to develop ways and means to support the checking of data.” Retracted papers, lawsuits, halted clinical trials, sloppy research, faulty statistics, retaliation on whistleblowers – these are all addressed in Baggerly’s tour of the sausage factory. “Corrections are much rarer than they should be,” he worries. You can’t expect vigilantes to shore up science’s ideals of self-correction.Biased Estimates of Changes in Climate Extremes From Prescribed SST Simulations (Geophysical Research Letters). Lack of integrity is not the only potential source of fake science. Carelessness about bias can also do it. In this paper, researchers found that data on surface sea temperatures (SST) can be fraught with bad assumptions or bad methods. “Our results illustrate the importance of carefully considering experimental design when interpreting projections of extremes.” Note to world leaders: these are the climate scientists who inform politicians, telling them that “science says” we must take drastic measures or we will die (e.g., “Terrifying climate change warning: 12 years until we’re doomed,” Fox News). They’re also the ones telling politicians how to nudge skeptics into following the consensus without questions (“Confronting Climate Science in the Age of Denial,” PLoS Biology).Science’s credibility crisis: why it will get worse before it can get better  (The Conversation). Bad news: Science has a credibility crisis. Worse news: It will get worse before it gets better, argues Andrea Saltelli, because poor ethics invades modern science. Psychology and economics have taken embarrassing hits, but other branches of science cannot escape what Jerome Ravetz warned in a book in 1971, that science can become diseased without ethics. Social scientists, still smarting from the “science wars” of the 1970s, are reluctant to confront the problem, fearing their image (by popular opinion, “scientific realists” won the war).John Ioannidis has recently received prominence for producing statistics on the “science of science,” showing how widespread fake science has become, but he is optimistic that science’s reputation can be resuscitated. The author of this article, Andrea Saltelli from the University of Bergen, does not share his optimism.Here we clash with another of science’s contradictions: at this point in time, to study science as a scholar would mean to criticise its mainstream image and role. We do not see this happening any time soon. Because of the scars of “science wars” – whose spectre is periodically resuscitated – social scientists are wary of being seen as attacking science, or worse helping US President Donald Trump.Scientists overall wish to use their moral authority and association with Enlightenment values, as seen in the recent marches for science.If these contradictions are real, then we are condemned to see the present crisis becoming worse before it can become better.Austrian agency shows how to tackle scientific misconduct (Nature). This optimistic headline quickly informs the reader that Austria got worse before it got better: “A decade on from a major academic scandal, officials there have got their act together,” the editorial says. Of course, it will never happen again, will it? The Editors list four lessons learned from the scandal, and describes laws intended to prevent future scandals. But like Constitutions, laws are “made only for a moral and religious People.” They are “wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”There were so many recent articles on this subject, we will continue tomorrow.(Visited 424 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

100cm Long Hair Heat Resistant Straight Cosplay Wig : Nice wig, the colour is beatiful

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