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          AFRIQUE/MALAWI – Expression de la solidarité de l’Episcopat aux victimes des inondations      Comment   Translate Page      
Lilongwe – « Nous sommes ici pour porter notre solidarité et pour faire face aux responsabilités qui sont les nôtres en ce qui concerne l’aide aux personnes qui sont dans le besoin » a déclaré S.Exc. Mgr Thomas Luke Msusa, Archevêque de Blantyre et Président de la Conférence épiscopale du Malawi , au cours de … Continua la lettura di AFRIQUE/MALAWI – Expression de la solidarité de l’Episcopat aux victimes des inondations
          Chevron to acquire Anadarko Petroleum for $33 billion      Comment   Translate Page      

Chevron positioned itself to become the dominant oil producer in the field that is driving the U.S. shale revolution when it said Friday that it was buying Anadarko Petroleum for $33 billion.

The acquisition is the largest takeover in the global oil industry in three years and signals that shale drilling, which was once dominated by small and nimble independent companies, has now become a battleground for oil giants. It also demonstrates that the largest oil companies believe that they can profitably drill in shale fields even when crude oil prices are much lower than they were a decade ago.

In buying Anadarko, San Ramon’s Chevron is picking up major oil and natural gas projects in the Gulf of Mexico, Colorado, Mozambique, Algeria and Ghana. But most of all, it is building on its position in the Permian Basin of West Texas and New Mexico, which recently passed Saudi Arabia’s Ghawar field as the world’s most productive oil field.

More than a dozen oil and gas pipelines serving the Permian are expected to be completed by the middle of 2020, potentially increasing exports from the Gulf of Mexico region to 8 million from 2 million barrels a day.

Anadarko and Chevron have a 75-mile stretch of contiguous acreage in the Permian, which should help the companies reduce production and transportation costs. About a third of total U.S. oil production comes from the basin, which is largely responsible for the production and export boom of recent years.

“This is a compelling transaction,” Chevron CEO Michael Wirth told analysts. “We intend to accelerate activity in Anadarko’s Permian acreage.”

Chevron is the world’s 10th largest company producing oil and gas, and Anadarko ranks 41st, according to Rystad Energy, a consulting firm. Once the merger is completed by the end of the year, Chevron will climb to seventh...


          Kolerasmitten er næsten tæmmet i Mozambique: Sult truer      Comment   Translate Page      
Flere tusind er smittet af den dødelige sygdom kolera, men Unicef forventer ikke yderligere eskalering.
          Workshop Manager - Fleet Mozambique      Comment   Translate Page      
Michael Page - South Africa - International manufacturer of trucks and fleet service solutions provider across the...
          Camp Darby supports humanitarian response effort to Mozambique      Comment   Translate Page      
Employees at Camp Darby were on hand to provide humanitarian assistance once again after disaster struck Mozambique.
          La FAO démarre la distribution de semences et d'outils indispensables au Mozambique, pays dévasté par le cyclone Idai      Comment   Translate Page      
ROME, 12 April 2019 / PRN Africa / -- Les agriculteurs vivant dans les zones ravagées par le passage du cyclone tropical Idai au Mozambique commencent à recevoir les intrants agricoles dont ils ont tant besoin, grâce à l'effort conjoint de l'Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture (FAO) et du Ministère de l'agriculture et de la sécurité alimentaire du Mozambique visant à aider les familles rurales sévèrement touchées à prendre une longueur d'avance sur la saison de croissance secondaire, qui est imminente.
          FAO starts distribution of much-needed seeds and tools in cyclone-ravaged Mozambique      Comment   Translate Page      
NEW YORK, 12 April 2019 / PRN Africa / -- Farmers in areas left devastated by Tropical Cyclone Idai in Mozambique have started to receive much-needed agricultural inputs thanks to a joint effort by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Mozambique's Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security to assist hard-hit rural families to get a head-start on the impending secondary growing season.
          Cholera surges, children in urgent need one month after Cyclone Idai slammed southern Africa – UNICEF      Comment   Translate Page      
One month after Cyclone Idai devastated parts of Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) appealed to the international community to  help some 1.6 million children still reeling from its impact.  
          Cyclone Idai caused $2bn of damage and affected millions, says World Bank       Comment   Translate Page      

Source: Cyclone Idai caused $2bn of damage and affected millions, says World Bank | World news | The Guardian Global lender says the cyclone affected about 3 million people, damaging infrastructure and livelihoods  Maria Jofresse, 25, cooking in her makeshift shelter outside the village of Cheia, near Beira, Mozambique, lost her two children during Cyclone […]

The post Cyclone Idai caused $2bn of damage and affected millions, says World Bank  appeared first on Zimbabwe Situation.


          More exact localities for these corundums (2 replies)      Comment   Translate Page      
May be somebody know more precise, than simply Mozambique, locality for this corundum?

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I know, that size has importance, so it is 50,0x42,5x22,0 mm.
          Sobrevivir en Mozambique al ciclón más devastador      Comment   Translate Page      
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          '1,6 miljoen kinderen hebben dringend hulp nodig maand na cycloon Idai'      Comment   Translate Page      
Ten minste 1,6 miljoen kinderen in Mozambique, Zimbabwe en Malawi hebben dringend hulp nodig, meldt UNICEF zondag. Het is een maand geleden dat cycloon Idai over het gebied raasde.
          African Athletes      Comment   Translate Page      
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Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          Re: Maputo Mozambique      Comment   Translate Page      
I will be visiting Mozambique soon,possibly in a month's time or 2months. How about more detailed direction of the places where the guys hang around and who to contact to show me around. You can also reach me on:moskhumalo@gmail.com.
          African Athletes      Comment   Translate Page      
Septmeber 2016 515.JPG
Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          Re: Maputo Mozambique      Comment   Translate Page      
I will be visiting Mozambique soon,possibly in a month's time or 2months. How about more detailed direction of the places where the guys hang around and who to contact to show me around. You can also reach me on:moskhumalo@gmail.com.
          Un millón y medio de niños africanos siguen necesitando ayuda urgente un mes después del paso del 'Idai'      Comment   Translate Page      
El Fondo de Naciones Unidas para la Infancia (UNICEF) ha recordado este sábado que al menos 1,6 millones de niños siguen necesitando ayuda urgente en materia de salud, nutrición, protección, educación, agua y saneamiento un mes después de que el ciclón Idai devastara varias zonas de Mozambique, Malaui y Zimbabue.
          Comment on Open Thread Non-Petroleum, April 10, 2019 by Cats@Home      Comment   Translate Page      
<b>How Big Business Is Hedging Against the Apocalypse</b> By Jesse Barron https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/04/11/magazine/climate-change-exxon-renewable-energy.html Unlike almost every other future event, climate change is 100 percent certain to happen. What we don’t know is everything else: where, or how, or when, or what the changes mean for Facebook or Pfizer or notes of Chinese-government debt. Navigating these thickets of complexity is theoretically what Wall Street excels at; the industry prides itself on its ability to price risk for the whole economy, to determine companies’ values based on their likelihood of generating earnings. But traders are compensated on their quarterly or yearly performance, not on their distant foresight. It takes confidence to walk into your boss’s office talking about sea levels in Mozambique in 2030, when your colleague has a reason to short-sell the Turkish lira this week. Practically no one in the financial system is directly incentivized in the near term to worry about the biggest risk conceivable. The simplest response is to keep investing in companies that, like Exxon, conduct their business as usual while adapting where they can. Another response is to forget about the immediate term and go long on more sustainable bets. Other strategies display more cleverness. Electric vehicles and green power grids require, for their batteries, valuable minerals and metals. Spot prices for nickel and cobalt fluctuate by double-digit percentages on commodities exchanges, while investors eye shares in lithium mines. Anticipating future food crises, strategists at Merrill Lynch advise clients to snap up vertical farms and “smart hydroponics”; anticipating water shortages, they also recommend investing in Chinese wastewater-recycling businesses. As the earth becomes hotter, the air becomes less dense. In June 2017 in Phoenix, airlines grounded multiple jets because their wings couldn’t achieve lift in the 119-degree heat. Assuming more 119-degree days, aerospace companies like MTU Aero Engines and Rolls-Royce are “lightweighting” some of their machines to adapt. In Australia, an agribusiness conglomerate waits for family farms to fold for lack of rainfall, then considers buying their land at a discount. With drought conditions, the chief executive told The Australian Financial Review last year, “we are seeing more opportunities than would have been there normally.” A real estate manager in Dallas told a Bloomberg reporter that he purchased hotels right before Hurricane Harvey to take advantage of the need for short-term housing, and made a 25 to 30 percent return. The Harvard endowment has bought up vineyards in California, acquiring their water rights in the midst of a long drought. By the middle of the century, the climate of the Southeastern United States will most likely be tropical, no longer ideal for peach trees but perfect for the Aedes aegypti species of disease-bearing mosquito. In response, some investors are going long on firms conducting clinical trials for dengue and Zika vaccines: One asset manager told me he knew of multiple “Zika strategies.” Pharmaceutical companies foresee robust demand for antimalarials, products typically confined to poor countries; they can look forward to a market in the rich parts of the globe. In Miami, where the expensive neighborhoods lie low near the water, there may be a wave of “widespread relocations,” researchers warn, as the flight from the coast serves to “gentrify higher-elevation communities” like Little Haiti. One study warns that speculators may already be “hedging on South Florida’s gradual exodus” to the central and northern parts of the state. In Greenland, mining companies buy previously useless land rights in order to extract the minerals that melting ice will shortly expose. In addition to uranium and molybdenum — a silvery metal used in steel alloys — the miners expect to find rich reserves of oil, which they fully expect to burn.
           Un millón y medio de niños africanos siguen necesitando ayuda urgente un mes después del paso del 'Idai'       Comment   Translate Page      
Dos terceras partes de los pequeños se encuentran en Mozambique, donde los casos de cólera y malaria rebasan los 12.000
          'murica...      Comment   Translate Page      
Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder and national coordinator of Tea Party Patriots, told Breitbart News that the rallies were inspired by President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address, where he pledged, “America will never be a socialist country … ever.”

“That inspired us to do this,” Martin said.

But, Martin said, the event is about more than opposing the left’s agenda.

“The people taking part in the rallies are not just standing against socialism, but are also standing up for liberty and freedom,” 

More here.

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So many 'Patriots' are so utterly clueless about the topic upon which they bloviate.

'Patriots' do not accept welfare from The State.  

'Patriots' do not work in professions that impose violations of Rightful Liberty upon their countrymen.

And the absurdity of the Tea Party holding 'rallies' on 'Tax Day' to protest 'Socialism' and oppressive government is beyond my ability to properly articulate.  The stunning failure to understand the reality in front of them is mind-boggling.

Socialism is not the problem.  Communism is not the problem.  Anarchy is not the problem.  Fascism is not the problem.  Racism is not the problem.

The problem is now and has always been with the -ist, not the -ism.

Social-ists are the problem.  Commun-ists are the problem.  Anarch-ists are the problem.

Don't fight the -ism - that is folly.

Extirpate the -ists - reduce the gene pool of the garbage.

No man or woman has ever died from an -ism.

Death is always at the hands of the -ists...

Back to the dim-wits currently struggling with knotted panties over 'Socialism' - here's a list of all the countries in the world with LOWER personal income tax rates than 'murica.  

Country
Range %
39.6 : 35
47 : 38
47.5 : 38.52
38 : 38
44 : 38
37.5 : 35
37 : 37
36 : 0
36 : 20
56.1 : 36
35.88 : 30
35 : 25
35 : 28
35 : 30
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
37 : 35
40 : 30
40 : 35
40 : 35
40 : 35
50 : 35
34 : 34
35 : 33.5
33 : 29
33 : 33
33 : 33
38.5 : 33
39 : 33
32 : 32
35 : 32
45 : 32
30 : 25
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
35 : 25
35 : 30
35 : 30
35 : 30
28 : 25
27.5 : 27.5
27 : 27
25 : 20
25 : 25
25 : 25
25 : 25
25 : 25
30 : 25
33 : 25
Mozambique: Cyclone Idai: Provinces, Districts with P-Code (13 Apr 2019) - Mozambique  ReliefWeb

A *service* provided by. ReliefWeb has been the leading online source for reliable and timely humanitarian information on global crises and disasters since 1996.


          UNICEF: '1,6 miljoen kinderen hebben maand na cycloon Idai hulp nodig'      Comment   Translate Page      
Ten minste 1,6 miljoen kinderen in Mozambique, Zimbabwe en Malawi hebben dringend hulp nodig, meldt UNICEF zondag. Het is een maand geleden dat cycloon Idai over het gebied raasde.
          Mozambique – government to set quota of 25 elephants that can be shot      Comment   Translate Page      
Government decides to slaughter 25 elephants in Mozambique Ad?rito Caldeira, The Club of Mozambique April 10, 2019 http://www.verdade.co.mz/tema-de-fundo/35-themadefundo/68337-governo-determina-o-abate-de-25-elefantes-em-mocambique The Government of Felipe Nyusi, which has as one of its priorities “Ensuring the Sustainable and Transparent Management of Natural Resources and the Environment” and receives millions of dollars from donors for the National Plan of Protection […]
          La présidente du Conseil national en visite au Mozambique      Comment   Translate Page      
La présidente du Conseil national Marina Carobbio et une délégation parlementaire suisse ont visité des projets d'aide au développement économique au Mozambique. Ses effets positifs sont impressionnants ...
          480 km Done, 101 km To Go Across Lake Malawi      Comment   Translate Page      
Courtesy of Martin Hobbs, Lake Malawi, Africa.

On Day 45, South African swimmer Martin Hobbs has breaststroked a total of 480 km of his 581 km north-to-south stage swim crossing of Lake Malawi on the borders between Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania.

His effort serves as a charity swim for the Smile Foundation. He estimated that the entire swim would take up to 60 days and he will be very close to hitting his mark.

Visit here and his Facebook page here for more information.

Copyright © 2008-2019 by World Open Water Swimming Association

          Tropical cyclone Idai, climate change, and the North-South divide      Comment   Translate Page      

Tropical cyclone Idai, which made landfall on Beira, Mozambique on March 14 of this year, with heavy rains continuing until March 20 – was one of the worst tropical cyclones on record affecting the Southern Hemisphere. The storm caused devastating damage in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi – with a death toll of hundreds, if not […]

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          1,6 miljoen Afrikaanse kinderen in nood na cycloon Idai - RTL Nieuws      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. 1,6 miljoen Afrikaanse kinderen in nood na cycloon Idai  RTL Nieuws
  2. UNICEF: '1,6 miljoen kinderen hebben maand na cycloon Idai hulp nodig'  NU.nl
  3. Cycloon Idai veroorzaakte meer dan 2 miljard dollar schade  Het Laatste Nieuws
  4. Hele verhaal bekijken via Google Nieuws

          Cyclone Idai, Sanctions and Capitalism      Comment   Translate Page      
Mafa Kwanisai Mafa About a month ago Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique were devastated by a tropical cyclone that was described by the United Nations as one of the worst disasters ever to strike the Southern Hemisphere. Approximately 2.6 million people were affected in the three countries. Cyclone Idai hit the Mozambican port city of Beira...
          FAO starts distribution of much-needed seeds and tools in cyclone-ravaged Mozambique      Comment   Translate Page      
Farmers in areas left devastated by [Tropical Cyclone Idai](http://www.fao.org/emergencies/crisis/cycloneidai/en/) in Mozambique have started to receive much-needed agricultural inputs thanks to a joint effort by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Mozambique’s Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security to assist hard-hit rural families to get a head-start on the… Read more […]
          La FAO démarre la distribution de semences et d’outils indispensables au Mozambique, pays dévasté par le cyclone Idai      Comment   Translate Page      
Les agriculteurs vivant dans les zones ravagées par le passage du cyclone tropical Idai au Mozambique commencent à recevoir les intrants agricoles dont ils ont tant besoin, grâce à l’effort conjoint de l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture (FAO) et du Ministère de l’agriculture et de la sécurité alimentaire du Mozambique visant à […]
          Mozambique town marks Palm Sunday amid cyclone ruins      Comment   Translate Page      
Christians in the cyclone-devastated Mozambican town of Buzi on Sunday celebrated Palm Sunday among ruins -- a month after Cyclone Idai tore through the country leaving a trail of destruction.
          For the first time in the country's history, a woman will lead a public university in Mozambique      Comment   Translate Page      
As dean of a public university, her position is equivalent to that of a minister in Mozambique.


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