Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown “And I want to compete on a level that once the game starts, I’m just totally comfortable with my surroundings, with just going out there and being me.”The former NBA MVP admitted however he had been irked by Green’s tirade.“I was upset, but I know that I can’t hold on to something like this,” Durant said.“…I think everyone’s been handling it the best way they could and we’re just trying to move forward with it.”Green, who was suspended for one game following his outburst on Durant, was reported to have raised the uncertainty about his team-mate’s long-term plans during their row.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title LATEST STORIES Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew The 30-year-old’s future with the Warriors came under scrutiny last week following a row with Green during a defeat by the Los Angeles Clippers.Green’s tirade hinted at locker-room strife behind the scenes, but Durant has played down any suggestion that it could prompt him to head for the exit next year.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissIn an interview with Yahoo Sports, Durant said the row would not influence decisions about his future.“At the end of the day, I’m just a ballplayer that’s just trying to be in a great environment to play basketball and groom my skills every day,” Durant said. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Kyle Lowry’s triple-double leads Raptors; Vince Carter joins 25k-point club FILE – In this Nov. 12, 2018, file photo, Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant, right, reacts as he fouls out of the game while forward Draymond Green, left, and guard Andre Iguodala stand nearby during overtime of an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Clippers in Los Angeles. The Clippers won 121-116. Green’s public outburst at Durant during the Warriors’ loss on Nov. 12 lingers. Now there is tension on a team that has managed to remain mostly drama-free during its run. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant said his recent bust-up with teammate Draymond Green will not be a factor as he debates whether to stay with the franchise in 2019.Durant is one of the biggest names to enter free agency next year, and can opt to remain with the Warriors or seek a fresh move away from the reigning NBA champions.ADVERTISEMENT View comments
Felipe Andersons representatives have called for showdown talks with Lazio amid strong interest from West Ham.The Brazilian is on the Hammers radar this summer and they are trying to get a deal over the line at the moment.Negotiations have been rumbling on, though, and there is still no fee agreed for the midfielder.Lazio are reportedly ready to sell Anderson this summer if they can bank a huge fee from his departure.Despite that stance, though, progress over a deal with West Ham has been slow and according to Sky Italia the 25-year-olds agents have had enough.Andersons entourage have now organised talks with Lazio for Thursday in the hope a resolution can be found quickly.Last season, Anderson scored eight goals and recorded 10 assists in 32 appearances in all competitions for Lazio. Felipe Anderson in action for Lazio last season 1
Tommy Mc Cafferty in action.Rising MMA star Tommy ‘The Ghost Mc Cafferty is offering fighting enthusiasts a 5-week introductory course in Kickboxing.Mc Cafferty’s reputation is growing all the time and he has been touted by leading MMA experts as the next Irish MMA to be signed by the UFC.With Burtonport’s Joseph Duffy recently being signed by the UFC many are tipping Mc Cafferty to follow suit. However, Mc Cafferty is offering those interested in Kickboxing to learn the skills and discipline of the sport in an intense hands-on 5-week introductory course with the former Kickboxing World Champion.Kickboxing LK is celebrating its 6th birthday this January 13th and it is all systems go for the premiere striking club in the North West for 2015.Mc Cafferty’s next bout on Cage Warriors is to be confirmed within the next week as he hopes he can continue to make a big impact on the Irish MMA scene.Mc Cafferty told Donegal Daily, “The club is starting to get a name as a club with extremely technical fighters and for some of the more experience fighters it is getting increasingly harder to get them matched up. “The club is starting to really shine after a huge 2014 with the club having it first two belt belt promotions and an army of brown belts itching for their chance to attain the illustrious black belt.“We had Brian Crossan attaining his second Irish title in spectacular fashion so it’s all positive.“We have some great talent coming up through the kids classes, and with the adults and I think 2015 is gonna be the year that makes a kickboxing lk a household name on the European stage.Mc Cafferty insists that the ethos of the club is important to him.“We have fighters competing at a high level, but the club is not just about compitition and this is evident by the large numbers attending. “The classes are there for people to lose weight, learn self defence and get fit.“It’s good to be healthy and we have people of all ages and walks of life participating in the classes.“We have have a wide variety of people training with us from students to medical consultants.“This is the key to the success everyone is made a part of the club no matter what their background. “Our club is as much a social outlet as it is a competative fight team, training has to be fun and enjoyable to help people reach their goals and not fall off track, we are about creating a lifestyle for people rather than a quick fix.This week (Tuesday 13th) Mc Cafferty is starting a 5-week introductory course for people interested in getting into some kickboxing or Muay Thai.This will be for people that may have never trained or have very little fitness, the classes are catered to introduce people to the world of kickboxing in a fun and friendly atmosphere.Where they will get to learn the techniques that have made the club so successful while also building a good base level of fitness so at the end of the 5 week course they can progress into the normal classes.If you are interested in this introductory course give Tommy a call or call to the Aura leisure centre at 7:00pm on Tuesday 13th!Get rid of the demons of 2014 and KICKSTART the New Year with Tommy ‘The Ghost’ Mc Cafferty.GET RID OF YOUR DEMONS AND LEARN HOW TO KICKBOX WITH TOMMY ‘THE GHOST’ MC CAFFERTY was last modified: January 9th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:courseKickboxingMMAnewsSportTommy Mc Cafferty
Zaga before a Vipers’ league last season (file photo)KITENDE – Reigning Uganda Premier League champions Vipers SC have opted to keep young star, Frank Tumwesigye aka Zaga instead of loaning him out.This comes after several reports from Kitende where quoted claiming that the 19 year old was on his way to Police FC on a season long loan deal.After Milton Karisa was sold to Moroccan side Mouloudia Club Oujda last week, it is believed that new Mexican manager Javier Martinez Espinsosa changed his mind on loaning Zaga and has now asked management to let the U20 National team player to stay at St. Mary’s Kitende as attacking options are now limited.“After Karisa departure, i think the technical team saw it imperative to keep Zaga,” a source revealed.Zaga has had a frustrating last couple of years at Kitende where he has been troubled by injury and playing time has been hard to come by.He first featured for the Venoms senior side under the stewardship of current Police FC head coach Abdallah Mubiru back in 2016 but has failed to tie down a starting role despite several changes in management.Along with KCCA’s Allan Okello and Julius Poloto, Zaga is believed to be one of the most gifted young stars in Ugandan football but somehow, his career has failed to take off.Whether his career takes-off under the Javier Martinez Espinosa, remains to be seen.Zaga returned to Vipers’ training this week although he didn’t feature in the draw between the Cops and Venoms at Kisubi on Wednesday.Comments Tags: abdallah mubiruFrank Tumwesigye ZagaJavier Martinez Espinosapolice fcvipers sc
KCCA did not defeat Mbarara City in the league last season (file photo)StarTimes Uganda Premier LeagueKCCA FC vs Mbarara CityStarTimes Stadium, LugogoWednesday, 31-10-2018 @04:00pmLUGOGO – KCCA FCwill be hoping to go top of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League when they host Mbarara City at Lugogo on Wednesday afternoon.After leaders Vipers drew 2-2 at Kirinya on Tuesday, a win for the Kasasiro Boys will take them top of the summit on difference with the two sides (KCCA and Vipers) locked on 13 points.Mike Mutebi’s side who are still unbeaten head into the fixture on the back of a 2-0 routine win over Bright Stars but their manager has emphasized they will not take Mbarara lightly.“We know we are favourites but we are not taking them (Mbarara City) for granted, said Mutebi is the pre-match press briefing on Tuesday.“We know that we failed to beat them last season and it was one of the fixtures that cost us the trophy.“It will not be an easy game because they are a good side with one of our former player in their ranks but am confident my boys will get the job done.The KCCA FC former player in the picture is a one Paul Mucurezi who won two league titles and a Uganda Cup in his three seasons at Lugogo.Paul Mucurezi (left) spent three years at KCCA FC (File Photo)Mucurezi departed KCCA in the summer after both parties failed to agree on a contract renewal and he will be keen to make instant impact on his immediate return to the side that brought him to stardom.However, it will not be a walk in the pack coming up against the joint best defence in the division as KCCA have conceded only one goal so far (level with URA FC).The Kasasiro Boys will be without the injured duo of Muzamir Mutyaba and Gift Ali who are still nursing injuries. However, Bernard Muwanga, Saddam Juma, Musa Esenu and Julius Poloto have all been passed fit to play after overcoming their respective injuries.For Mucurezi’s Mbarara, they head into the game seventh on the log with six points from their first four games.The Ankole Lions who are managed by another ex-Kasasiro Boy-Livingston Mbabazi are in a buoyant mood after losing 2-1 in their last game away to sworn enemy, Nyamityobora.Match Stats:This will be the third meeting between these two sides ever since Mbarara made their latest return to the top flight in 2017.Since then, there has not been a victory for either side in those two fixtures, both ending in stalemates.The reverse fixture last season ended 1-1.KCCA head into the fixture unbeaten in their last nine league games (W7 D2). The last time Mike Mutebi’s side tasted defeat was in the 3-2 loss away to Vipers on 27th of April.At home, KCCA have been formidable, not losing any of their last 21 league games (W17 D1).For Mbarara, they have won three and lost as many in their last six league games.However, they are the only side that did not win a game away from home last season and have also gone on to lose both of their first two fixtures on the road in the current campaign.The other game on Wednseday:-Express FC vs Tooro United @04:30pmComments Tags: KCCA FCMbarara CityMike Mutebipaul mucureziStarTimes Uganda Premier Leaguetop
Eureka >> For three weeks the College of the Redwoods men’s basketball team has been looking at the same record in the standings.Six wins, nine losses.It’s been a waiting game as the Corsairs’ first game of 2017 slowly approaches.“That is a very big understatement,” CR sophomore forward Will Ingersoll said when asked if the Corsairs are ready for their lengthy break to be over. “I think we’re more than ready to play. We’re all antsy. (Saturday) is the first game of league, so it should be …
John Kani in a scene from the play“Nothing but the truth”. The movie adaptation won the Silver Stallion of Yennenga, the Second most prestigious prize at Fespaco. (Image: Village Voice) A scene from the gangster movie Jersusalema, set in the hard Johannesburg inner-city flatland of Hillbrow. (Image: Jerusalema) Rapulana Seiphemo, who plays the grownup, streetwise Lucky Kunene, won the Best Actor Award at Fespaco. (Image: Jerusalema) Tendeka Matatu, the producer of “Jerusalema”, shortly after receiving the three awards scooped by the movie.(Image: Khanyi Magubane) A riot scene from the four part series “When we were black”. (Image: SABC)Khanyi MagubaneVeteran actor John Kani’s screen adaptation of his play Nothing but the Truth took the top honours at the Fespaco Film Festival in Ouagadougou when it won the Silver Stallion of Yennenga, the second most prestigious award at the festival.The film also won the Ousmane Sembene Prize for Peace, sponsored by Ecobank, one of Burkino Faso’s leading banking institutions.In the film, director and lead actor, Kani, plays a librarian, Sipho, who is denied a promotion. Sipho is embittered by the favouritism his parents showed his elder brother, who died in exile, leaving Sipho the burden of burying him after his daughter repatriates his remains.In real life, police shot Kani’s brother dead in a church while reading a poem at the funeral of a nine-year old girl killed during an anti-apartheid riot.Telling Soweto storiesThe imaginative director Khalo Matabane’s television series When we were Black received an award for the Best Television Series.When we were Black is set in Soweto in the 1970s and deals with the coming of age of a 17-year-old boy, Fisto. Determined to get the girl of his dreams, Mangi, he even joins the school choir because she sings in it. Unfortunately for Fisto he is tone deaf and the choirmaster terminates his singing career, but keeps him as an assistant.After a dramatic series of events, Fisto eventually declares his love for Mangi. That day the two make love the first time.The theme of innocence lost is used as an extended metaphor as the day they consummate their love is also the day of the Soweto student uprisings, June 16 1976.The two lovers watch in horror as the town outside explodes with students confronting policemen, bodies, young blood and gun fire filling the streets.Their innocence is lost forever in that moment, and so is Soweto’s, which will never be the same.The film was initially pitched at the Sithengi Film and TV Market as a feature, but later commissioned as a four-part one-hour series by the SABC.It was, however, re-edited into a full feature for the festival. To give the film an authentic feel of the student uprisings, actual archived material is used as part of the production.In addition, a portion of a neighbourhood in Soweto was used to recreate the 1970s.At the 2007 South African Film and Television Awards, Matabane scooped seven awards for the project. These included best music score, script, wardrobe and overall drama.“Working with Khalo Matabane on this important and historical series was an incredible journey.“His ability to work through the characters and how the characters drive the story, the conceptual decisions to shoot the series very tight so as to be authentic to 1976 with the limitations we faced, was both an honour and an emotional experience,” says film producer Carolyn Carew.The gangster movie Jerusalema, set in Hillbrow in downtown Johannesburg, received three awards for Best Actor, Best Editing and Best Cinematography.The film follows the rise of Lucky Kunene, a once petty criminal who rises in the ranks of the criminal underworld.After cutting his teeth on hijacking, he moves to Hillbrow, where he tries to make an honest living in the taxi industry.However, after his taxi is stolen, he moves to a new enterprise, stealing buildings. Along the way he makes numerous enemies, falls in love with a Jewish girl, and is constantly on the run from the police.With the police closing in on him, the streetwise Kunene tries to stay ahead of the game.In the Best Documentary category, the award went to Egyptian filmmaker, Jihan El-Tihari, for Behind the Rainbow.Behind the Rainbow tells the story of liberation movements who go on to assume power. The catalyst for the story is the relationship of former president Thabo Mbeki and current ANC president Jacob Zuma.The once close relationship of the two men crumbles as comradeship quickly evaporates to make way for power mongering within the organisation.Preserving African heritageAnother South African project, which was nominated for this year’s awards, was the documentary feature of award-winning filmmaker, Zola Maseko’s Manuscripts of Timbuktu. This is not the first time that South Africa has featured prominently in this competition. In 2005, Maseko’s film Drum took the top award, the Golden Stallion of Yennenga.The history of the manuscripts can be traced as far back as the 12th century. Islamic scholars brought them to the city of Timbuktu, then a trading hub for businessman, especially in the salt industry.There were several thousands of manuscripts. The bound texts contained teachings of Islam during the middle ages and covered a variety of subjects. These included astronomy, medicine, mathematics, chemistry, judicial law, government, and Islamic conflict resolution.By the 1300s the “Ambassadors of Peace” (who were the great teachers of the time) centred at the University of Timbuktu, created roving scholastic campuses and religious schools of learning that travelled between the cities of Timbuktu, Gao, and Djénné. At its peak, over 25 000 students attended the University of Timbuktu.By the beginning of the 1600s, Moroccan invasions from the north started to affect scholars and they slowly drifted to other areas of the Mahgreb, or North Africa, where they could study in peace. As a result the city’s manuscripts suffered a severe blow, many falling into an irreparable state.The film reveals the history of the priceless manuscripts, through the story of Ahmed Baba, one of Africa’s greatest yet seldom acknowledged or known intellectuals.Regarded as one of the most prolific writers of his time, this intellectual held great knowledge and subsequently became one of the most frequently consulted figures in the Mahgreb.In a bid to take the viewer back to the heart of 14th century Timbuktu, when it was regarded as an intellectual hub for writers, teachers, religious leaders, mathematicians and scientists, Maseko dramatises the major periods in Baba’s life.The film allows the viewer to experience life within the city and its holy mosques. It also tracks Baba’s journey, which eventually saw him uprooted from the great city and travelling to his final destination, Morocco.Talking about his film, Maseko says the idea was first pitched to him four years ago by then-justice minister Brigitte Mabandla. “Back then, I didn’t even know much about the manuscripts.“I remember her [Mabandla] describing to me in great detail about tattered old trunks under people’s beds and how these manuscripts have survived over hundreds and hundreds of years.”While conducting his research, the history and intrigue of the manuscripts became more than just a concept. “We have a rich, intellectual heritage that has been kept hidden from us and the more I researched, the more obsessed I became. The final product is The Manuscripts of Timbuktu.”Related articles2010 opportunities for SA film 2010 TV opportunity for youth Cape Town: Africa’s Hollywood Global acclaim for SA filmUseful linksTimbuktu foundationSABC Corporate Jerusalema – the movie
4 September 2013The South African government has recovered R330-million following tip-offs received via the National Anti-Corruption Hotline since its establishment in September 2004, President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday.Over the same period, 17 110 cases of alleged corruption have been generated and a total of 2 638 officials found guilty of misconduct relating to corruption, Zuma said during a meeting with editors, bureau chiefs and political editors in Pretoria.A total of 491 officials had been suspended and 1 600 dismissed from the Public Service, he said, while about 256 officials had been fined three months’ salary, 31 officials had been demoted, 541 officials had been given final written warnings, and 210 officials had been prosecuted.The hotline, which is run by the Public Service Commission, enables South Africans to report anonymously on corrupt activities by public officials by calling 0800 701 701 toll-free. “We sincerely thank the public for this contribution to promoting clean governance,” Zuma said.Zuma noted that public servants now had to go through a vetting process before being appointed.He said the government has also established a multi-agency working group to investigate supply chain management practices, as well as an anti-corruption task team within the Justice, Crime Prevention and Security cluster in order to fast-track high-priority and high-profile corruption cases.This team comprises the heads of the National Treasury, the Directorate Priority Crime Investigation (the Hawks), the Special Investigation Unit, the National Director of Public Prosecutions, and representatives of the Financial Intelligence Centre, the NPA’s Special Commercial Crimes Unit, the Asset Forfeiture Unit and the SA Revenue Service.While the government and the media differed on a number of issues, Zuma said both had a responsibility to strengthen and deepen democracy and to make South Africa a prosperous society with improved living standards for all.“Freedom of expression is one of the key achievements of our young democracy, the freedom to disagree and to be free to express that disagreement,” Zuma said.“At the same time, we believe the media has a responsibility as well in a young democracy and a developing country like ours, to promote hope, nation building, development and unity.“We appreciate the role that the media is playing in our country already in this regard,” Zuma said, singling out Lead SA, founded by Primedia Broadcasting and supported by the Independent Group of Newspapers, as an example of such initiatives.Source: SAnews.gov.za
Dr Vanessa Naidoo worked with Doctors without Borders (MSF) in Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan and South SudanDr Vanessa Naidoo’s international career in medicine was inspired by Nelson Mandela’s commitment to the health and wellbeing of South Africans. She reflects on her choice to serve as a healthcare practitioner and the importance of Mandela opening up about his son’s death as a result of Aids-related complications.As the world quiets down after commemorating International Mandela Day 2014 and Service Month, as we now refer to July in South Africa, we are filled with sadness that our icon and the father of our democracy is no longer with us.However, his vision and legacy of respect for human dignity, irrespective of race, class or creed, and for the holistic wellbeing of the people of our country, will serve to inspire generations of South Africans to come. I am one of those who has been encouraged by his vision, to use my passion for healthcare to serve the people of South Africa and beyond, hence my work with Doctors Without Borders (MSF).I have been inspired by the vision that guided President Mandela – to see a South Africa that was free of oppression, want and disease. My work at MSF enables me to contribute to this vision and to make it a reality for the people we serve, in South Africa and abroad – like in South Sudan, where I recently worked with MSF for a few months in a vast refugee camp.A REALISED VISION FOR FREE PRIMARY HEALTHCAREWhen Nelson Mandela was inaugurated as President, his first task was to redress the social and economic injustices of the apartheid system, where the provision of quality healthcare was reserved for the white minority at the expense of the black majority.Twenty years later, we can count the following amongst President Mandela’s most enduring legacies in the public healthcare system: on 24th May 1994, during his inaugural State of the Nation Address, Mandela announced the provision of free healthcare to children under six years, and pregnant and lactating women – a policy that was extended to all users from 1 April 2006 – as one of several programmes led by the Presidency.These included an essential drugs programme, choice on termination of pregnancy, anti‐tobacco legislation, community service for graduating health professionals, greater parity in district expenditure, clinic expansion and improvement, a hospital revitalisation programme, an improved immunisation programme and improved malaria control.Perhaps the finest example of Mandela’s conviction, courage and commitment to confronting the realities of public health emergencies was when he publicly revealed that his son, Makgatho, had died as a result of Aids-related complications in 2005. This was at a time when the leadership of the ANC-led government was in denial about the humanitarian crisis engulfing southern African.For years, the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) fought for South Africans to confront the stigma and shame associated with HIV, and to recognise the immense human toll the epidemic was taking. Mandela’s leadership made an invaluable contribution to removing this stigma.The fact that South Africa today runs the world’s biggest ARV programme, where one of the largest number of HIV patients are alive and leading normal lives, can be attributed to the courageous stand taken by one of the greatest sons of our soil.Last year when Mandela passed, my fellow MSF doctor, Eric Goemaere, described him as having donned his gloves to fight HIV publicly. I cannot imagine the unbearable pain of losing a son but I know that millions of people will thank Mandela for his courage to use his personal tragedy to make life better for those who would suffer from HIV. Like Mandela, we know that silence kills. But even before then Mandela had already inspired various sectors of society to come together for the greater good when he spoke eloquently at the close of the landmark 2000 Durban Aids conference.As an MSF doctor I feel immense pride in knowing that we pursued Mandela’s vision and worked with the TAC and health authorities to make HIV and Aids treatment available for the first time, at a primary healthcare clinic in Khayelitsha back in 2002, thereby defying the status quo of the Mbeki-era denialism.I did not have the privilege of meeting Mandela, but I have learned a great deal from his fearless leadership. The work I do now, in private and public healthcare, and as a volunteer aid worker, is inspired by his commitment to ensuring people are healthy and well, which would help them to live productive and meaningful lives.I have worked with MSF in Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan and South Sudan. In these countries, despite the unbearable suffering I witnessed and the heartbreak of knowing that conflict and circumstance deal the cruellest fates to the vulnerable, I took courage from the fact that I was doing something tangible to make a difference. I was playing my part in helping someone by providing healthcare so that they might one day be able to help someone else.Nelson Mandela was a son of South Africa, but his vision beats at the very heart of humanity and well beyond the borders of our country.
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