Truworths Limited (TRUW.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Retail sector has released it’s 2008 annual report.For more information about Truworths Limited (TRUW.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Truworths Limited (TRUW.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Truworths Limited (TRUW.zw) 2008 annual report.Company ProfileTruworths Limited in Zimbabwe is part of Truworths International; an investment holding company that retails casual-wear clothing, footwear and fashion accessories in branded stores located in the major towns and cities of Zimbabwe. The company sells fashionwear and accessories under different brand names, including Daniel Hechter, Truworths Man, Ginger Mary, Zeta Inwear, Identity and LTD. Truworths brands are also sold through specialist retail outlets such as YDE, Uzzi, Earthaddict, Earthchild and Naartjie. The boutique range of accessories sold by Truworths includes watches, sunglasses, fragrances and gift ideas. Truworths Limited is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. True, shopper apathy and a shortage of revelry might be partly down to years of subpar economic growth in the uncertain aftermath of the EU Referendum. Perhaps we’ll begin feeling our way out of the confusion, with the Conservative majority government now sure to take us out of the European Union.Personally I think there’ll be more bumps in the road. Anyway it’s clear online retailing is doing more damage to traditional retail than Brexit ever could. The same might be said about meal delivery services like Deliveroo and UberEats, and even dating apps. Image sources: Getty Images. I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. 5 ways to profit from the death of the high street Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! If it’s a department store killer you want – or a Superdry smasher for that matter – how about ASOS or Boohoo? See all posts by Owain Bennallack The UK retail industry posted its worst year on record in 2019. Sales actually fell – for the first time in 24 years – due to carnage on Britain’s High Streets.I’m not talking about yobs rampaging around town centres on a Saturday night. Even the vandals are busy nowadays at home ordering food from Uber Eats and checking out the talent on their dating apps. Drunken online shopping is for most a bigger danger. Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares Some may remember that in the early days of Internet retail it was thought clothes shopping would remain a real-world activity, since people liked to touch and try things on. Ever better graphics, speedy shipping, and easy returns put pay to that theory. The pain is showing up at the landlords that own much of Britain’s retail square footage, too. Landsec and British Land are trading at deep discounts to book value, as investors have cast a sceptical eye over their prospects.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…High Street LowdownAs a natural contrarian, I’ve looked for opportunities to buck this trend. 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Chains have been shutting up shops and operations large and small have gone bust. Restaurants and pubs are suffering, too. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” The last bastion is now said to be groceries. If you’re sceptical that there is any last bastion, you could consider online grocer and tech platform Ocado. It’s been restructuring and refinancing to pivot away from delivering its own groceries to providing the technological savvy to help other retailers do the same. This is becoming a global concern that might shake up shopping from Inverness to Indonesia. Of course lots of shops on British High Streets don’t carry any stock – because they’re estate agents. Even a bijou London flat can’t be squeezed onto an agent’s shelves. But online can beat them for inventory, since Internet listings can be infinite and buyers prefer to find them all in one place. That formula has made property portal Rightmove a dominant force. A gatekeeper to the Great British property buying public, it is currently in an alliance with traditional agents who still do most of the legwork and pay Rightmove to list their properties. I wouldn’t be surprised if Rightmove eventually swallows more of the value chain, however, and estate agents leave the High Street, too. Shareholders have felt the pain. We’ve seen listed companies like Debenhams go under, while even those that struggle on post profit warnings as routinely as they hold their latest sales. Only this month the once-mighty Superdry revealed revenues fell a thumping 16% over the crucial Christmas quarter. I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner.But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared.What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations.And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. The former has been recovering after overseas expansion disrupted its normally slick operations, but the latest updates suggest it’s working through its problems. Meanwhile Boohoo goes from strength to strength. UK sales rose 42% in the last three months of 2019, which rather makes a mockery of the idea that all the High Street’s woes are down to consumers’ macro-economic concerns. Owain Bennallack | Saturday, 15th February, 2020 Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. That’s the trouble with this revolution – it’s hardly a secret. The question for investors in the pricey disruptors is how far is there to go, and can the High Street do anything to fight back? Which is of course exactly the same question that those bottom-fishing for beaten-up retail names are asking, too… Unfortunately we can’t invest in Deliveroo or UberEats in the UK. If you’re happy buying US shares though, then Uber Technologies is available, as is the 900 billion dollar gorilla, Amazon which is trying to buy into Deliveroo.Made in Britain There are though a few other ways to play the Death of the High Street in our tech-starved home market. Enter Your Email Address But so deep are the High Street blues that even I wonder if it’d be better to swim with the tide, rather than fight it. Another way to invest in the triumph of online shopping is to actually invest in bricks and mortar – or maybe aluminium and asphalt. LondonMetric Property has transformed itself into a prime way to play online logistics. Roughly three-quarters of its portfolio consists of distribution-related assets, often enabling the ‘last mile’ deliveries that take all those billions of cardboard boxes to our front doors. Luxury share shoppingWe may lament the busy High Street of our youth, but as you can see there’s plenty of ways to console yourself by trying to profit from what’s killing it.
Pat Lam, who has steered Bristol to the top of the Greene King IPA Championship and back to the Aviva Premiership, explains what the club’s plans are going forward.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Find out what’s inside the June 2018 edition of Rugby World, including a world exclusive interview with All Blacks fly-half Beauden Barrett Beauden Barrett World Exclusive in Rugby WorldIn the new issue of Rugby World magazine we bring you a world exclusive interview with New Zealand‘s Beauden Barrett. On top of that, Stephen Jones gives his verdict on rugby’s eligibility crisis, Ben Ryan talks player burnout and we look ahead to the Premiership and Pro14 play-offs.Here are 15 reasons to pick up a copy of Rugby World’s June 2018 edition – and find out how to download the digital issue here.1. Beauden Barrett World ExclusiveThe incredibly talented All Blacks fly-half – one of only two players to win the World Rugby Player of the Year award back-to-back, the other being Richie McCaw – reveals why his best is yet to come and opens up about his childhood on the family farm as well as his time in Ireland. Plus, former England fly-half Stuart Barnes analyses Barrett’s strengths from head to toe.2. How to solve rugby’s eligibility crisisFollowing the fallout from the Belgium-Spain game and reports of teams fielding ineligible players in the Rugby Europe Championship, Stephen Jones puts forward his plans to avoid such problems in the future. It’s a solution he says can “restore the ethics of the sport” – but will you agree?Related: World Rugby launches eligibility investigation3. The Secret PlayerThis month our former pro provides a unique insight into rugby’s ‘dark arts’.4. My life in pictures… Tommy BoweMemories: Tommy Bowe scores a famous try in Ireland’s 2009 Grand Slam win over Wales (Huw Evans Agency)As he hangs up his boots, Ulster and Ireland wing Tommy Bowe reflects on the highs and lows of his career in snap shots from his photo album – and looks ahead to what’s next post-rugby.5. What it’s like to… row the Atlantic“I was literally clinging to the boat with my fingernails.” Former Ireland A lock Damian Browne, who played his club rugby for Connacht, Northampton, Brive, Leinster and Oyonnax, talks through his extraordinary 3,000-mile journey rowing solo across the Atlantic.6. Club FocusA round-up of news from grass-roots clubs across the country – will you see your team mentioned?7. Behind the scenes with England’s rising stars Gym work: England U20 wing Gabriel Ibitoye during weight training (Andrew Fosker/Seconds Left Images)We spent a day with the England U20 squad to get an insight into what life is like in camp ahead of the Junior World Cup, which kicks off at the end of May.8. Welcome to my club… Ealing TrailfindersRugby World’s Alan Dymock heads to West London to find out how the Greene King IPA Championship runners-up are plotting for a brighter future.9. Ben Ryan on player burnoutThe coach who guided Fiji to gold at the Rio Olympics gives his thoughts on the hot topic that is player burnout – and explains how it can be avoided. 10. Eyes on the play-offsWith the Aviva Premiership and Guinness Pro14 seasons reaching their climax, we bring you a plethora of features involving those in the thick of the action:Sean Holley analyses how Glasgow have developed a new attacking edge under Dave RennieExeter’s Alec Hepburn talks England, economics and engaging conversationsChief impact: Exeter’s Alec Hepburn tries to find a way through the Saracens defence (Getty Images)We discuss the questions surrounding Joey Carbery’s future – fly-half or full-back? Leinster or elsewhere?Scarlets fly-half Rhys Patchell talks funny men, phobias and his first jobHow to defend like Saracens – Brad Barritt’s top tips for when you don’t have the ballMunster flyer Alex Wootton reflects on his breakthrough seasonWasps scrum-half Dan Robson provides a glimpse inside his mind11. Scotland flanker Hamish Watson Moving clear: Hamish Watson breaks to score for Edinburgh (Getty Images)As well as breakdown skills and life in the rugby bubble, the Edinburgh back-rower talks about his thriving hat business.12. New Zealand women’s contractsIn a major step forward, New Zealand Rugby have awarded contracts to their 15-a-side women’s players for the first time. Ali Donnelly gets the lowdown from Black Ferns scrum-half Kendra Cocksedge.13. How to gear up for the sevens seasonBootcamp this month is all about getting ready for playing the abbreviated game, with three exercises to incorporate into your gym routine, advice on supplements and a salad recipe. We also have an interview with Canada sevens player Nate Hirayama.14. 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Email Print Advertisement WhatsApp Twitter Linkedin Cllr Dan McSweeney, Fine Gael. Photo: Cian ReinhardtPATRICKSWELL Community Centre has moved a step closer to fruition after this Monday’s Metropolitan District meeting of Limerick City and County Council.€100,000 was approved towards the construction of Patrickswell Community Centre from Limerick City West councillors’ GMA (General Municipal Allocation) Fund.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Fine Gael councillor Dan McSweeney welcomed the approval of “such a significant sum of money” towards a community centre in his native County Limerick town.“I was delighted to be in a position to propose this project to my fellow councillors in Limerick City West a number of weeks ago and receive their support for this worthwhile project to bring it to our Metropolitan meeting for final approval,” he explained.“Limerick City and County Council funded a Community Development Plan for Patrickswell a number of months ago and the finding of this report was to proceed with due haste to secure funding for Patrickswell Community Centre. This is the first piece of the puzzle and probably the most important.”The City West representative also takes the view that Patrickswell has been overlooked for the last number of years by Limerick City and County Council.“The commitment and leadership shown by the councillors of Limerick City West will put increased pressure on Limerick City and County Council to provide community facilities in the area.“Patrickswell has seen additional housing constructed over the last number of months housing young families and unfortunately no plans for additional facilities have been put in place.”Cllr McSweeney added that funding for the community centre would enable the community access more funding from other streams in the future. NewsCommunityFunding for Patrickswell community centreBy Alan Jacques – June 19, 2020 227 Facebook Previous articleHospital refutes claims that private beds were not usedNext articleLimerick Post Show | June 19, 2020 Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie
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November 24, 2019 /Sports News – Local No. 20 Boise State runs over Utah State for 56-21 win Written by Tags: Boise State Broncos/Mountain West/Utah State Aggies Football Associated Press FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah (AP) — George Holani ran for a career-high 178 yards and two touchdowns, powering No. 20 Boise State to a 56-21 victory over Utah State on Saturday night.Jaylon Henderson threw for 187 yards and three scores in his second start as Boise State (10-1, 7-0 Mountain West) clinched a share of the Mountain Division title and a berth in the Mountain West Conference championship game for the third straight season.Jordan Love threw for 229 yards and a touchdown to lead the Aggies (6-5, 5-2), who lost to the Broncos for a fourth consecutive season.Holani averaged 11.1 yards per carry to pace a Boise State rushing attack that churned out a season-best 297 yards on the ground. The Broncos averaged 6.5 per carry.Holani burned Utah State for big gains starting in the first quarter. The freshman opened each of Boise State’s first three drives with a run exceeding 10 yards. Holani’s first carry turned into a 35-yard gain. He also scored on a 5-yard Statue of Liberty play on his final attempt of the quarter.It added up to 115 yards on eight carries for Holani in the first quarter alone. That set the tone for a game filled with big plays by the Broncos.Boise State needed only four plays to score on its opening drive. John Hightower shedded tacklers on a 30-yard catch-and-run to put the Broncos ahead 7-0. Utah State evened the score on a 7-yard catch by Caleb Repp.Then the dam burst, and Boise State consumed the Aggies on both sides of the ball.Jalen Walker returned an interception 15 yards with 5:14 left in the first quarter to put the Broncos ahead for good. Holani followed with his Statue of Liberty touchdown late in the period — which he set up with a 36-yard run a play earlier.Boise State kept it rolling into the second quarter. Holani and Robert Mahone each scored on a 1-yard run and Khalil Shakir hauled in a 14-yard pass from Henderson with 19 seconds left in the half to make it 42-7.Avery Williams added an exclamation point by returning a punt 74 yards early in the third quarter to extend Boise State’s lead to 49-7.POLL IMPLICATIONSBoise State could climb a spot or two in both the AP and CFP rankings after an emphatic road victory.THE TAKEAWAYBoise State: It doesn’t seem to matter who the Broncos plug in at quarterback because their offense keeps running over opponents at full steam. Boise State averaged 7.5 yards per play in the first half and rolled up 383 total yards by halftime.Utah State: An inability to stop Boise State’s ground game doomed the Aggies to their most lopsided loss since the 2017 season opener at Wisconsin. Utah State also struggled to answer on offense, punting six times and turning the ball over once through the first three quarters while the Broncos ran off 49 straight points.UP NEXTBoise State closes the regular season at Colorado State next Saturday.Utah State finishes the regular season at New Mexico on Saturday.
View post tag: government Indian Government Establishes Marine Police Stations in Maharashtra and AP View post tag: News by topic May 9, 2012 View post tag: Indian A three tier coastal security ring all along our coast is provided by Marine Police, Indian Coast Guard and Indian Navy.Government has initiated several measures to strengthen Coastal Security, which includes improving surveillance mechanism and enhanced patrolling by following an integrated approach. Joint operational exercises are conducted on regular basis among Navy, Coast Guard, Coastal Police, Customs and others. Further, continuous review and monitoring of various mechanisms have been established by the Government at different levels, involving various agencies, including the State/Union Territory authorities. The intelligence mechanism has also been streamlined through the creation of Joint Operation Centers and multi-agency coordination mechanism. Installation of radars covering the country’s entire coastline and islands is also an essential part of this process.Under Coastal Security Scheme Phase-1 of Ministry of Home Affairs, a grant of Rs. 692.6 lakhs to Maharashtra and Rs.267 lakhs to Andhra Pradesh has been sanctioned to establish 12 and 6 marine police stations respectively. Similarly under Coastal Security Scheme Phases-11 a financial outlay of Rs.1579.91 crores has been made. A part of these funds are meant for establishment of 7 and 15 marine police stations respectively in Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh. An amount of Rs.441.00 lakhs and Rs.945.00 lakhs respectively has been sanctioned to these two states till date.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , May 09, 2012; View post tag: Naval View post tag: A&P View post tag: establishes View post tag: Maharashtra View post tag: marine Back to overview,Home naval-today Indian Government Establishes Marine Police Stations in Maharashtra and AP View post tag: Navy View post tag: Stations View post tag: Police Authorities Share this article
View post tag: Naval Back to overview,Home naval-today Change of Command at USS Fitzgerald View post tag: change Authorities The officers and crew assigned to the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) ended an era and began a new chapter with a change of command ceremony on the ship’s flight deck, May 29. View post tag: News by topic Cmdr. Christopher England assumed command of Fitzgerald from Cmdr. Jonathan Schmitz, marking the end of 17 months of command for Schmitz.“To the Fitzgerald crew, I promised you three things when I took command,” said Schmitz. “Number one, we will face challenges. We did. Number two, we will work together in the face of adversity. We most certainly did. Number three, we will continue to succeed against all odds. We most definitely did that. There is no challenge too hard, there is no quit. There was only dedication to fitness, family, and Fitzgerald, in that order. We smiled through the pain and we achieved the unachievable.”Under Schmitz’s command, Fitzgerald contributed to regional stability and theater security operations in the 7th Fleet area of responsibility. The ship also participated in carrier strike group operations and various exercises such as Valiant Shield, Keen Sword, Foal Eagle, and Multi-Sail.Before turning over his duties, Schmitz expressed his gratitude for the dedicated hard work from the crew during his command.“DDGs are made of steel; inanimate objects, but ships are made of blood, sweat and tears,” said Schmitz. “We are constantly giving our fair share, but it was worth it.”England, who previously served as the ship’s executive officer, opened his speech thanking the Fitzgerald family and her supporters.“Cmdr. Schmitz has set the bar high by leading the crew to success in every mission we have been tasked,” said Electronics Technician 2nd Class Alex Rocha, assigned to Fitzgerald. “Cmdr. England’s challenge will be to take the Fitzgerald to even greater victories and further our tradition of excellence.”Fitzgerald is one of seven Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers assigned to Destroyer Squadron 15 forward deployed to Yokosuka, Japan supporting security and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.[mappress]Press Release, June 02, 2014; Image: June 2, 2014 View post tag: Command View post tag: americas Share this article Change of Command at USS Fitzgerald View post tag: USS Fitzgerald View post tag: Navy