Johannesburg, Thursday 10 November 2016 – Brand South Africa heads to the Western Cape for its national programmes and media is invited to participate from Tuesday 15 November and Wednesday 16 November 2016.Please find more information hereunder:Play Your Part ProgrammeThe Play Your Part activation and its interactive PYP Cube makes its fourth stop in the Western Cape in partnership with The College of Cape Town and SABC’s One Day Leader. The activation aims to engage with citizens to “start doing” in order to contribute actively and positively to the development of their communities.Through education, a theme driving the Play Your Part agenda this year, the activation provides a platform for graduates and community members to share their positive contributions towards shaping and enhancing the reputation of their province and country.Follow the conversation on social media #PYP #PYPGETINVOLVEDDate : Tuesday 15 November 2016Time : 09h00 -13h00Venue : College of Cape Town,334 Albert Rd, Salt River, Cape TownRSVPS/Enquiries : Ntombi NtanziEmail [email protected] number 081 7041488Provincial Workshop ProgrammeStakeholders in the Western Cape will have the opportunity to participate in conversations on the Nation Brand through Brand South Africa’s national workshop. The programme aims to build awareness amongst stakeholders on the importance of a positive Nation Brand for the country’s value proposition.These conversations allow stakeholders to assess how existing efforts to build a cohesive nation brand can be strengthened by the country’s citizens. These conversations will be led by Brand South Africa, The Department of Trade and Industry as well as The Department of the Premier. Topics that will be covered will include the importance of building a sustainable brand and international trade and investment.Participants will also participate in the Nation Brand Masterclass during the workshop.Follow the conversation on social media #SANationBrandDate : Wednesday 16 November 2016Time : 09h00 -13h00Venue : Cape TownRSVPS/Enquiries : Ntombi NtanziEmail [email protected] number 081 7041488Brand South Africa will also be able to facilitate any requests for interviews.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest I am a fifth generation farmer with Windy Way farms near Massilon. I work full time on the farm with my dad and grandfather. We are a grain and beef operation. It is a half rural half metropolitan area. We feed beef cattle and raise corn, soybeans, wheat, and hay.When I got out of high school we wanted to expand the diversity and we had two bank barns and retrofitted them to make them suitable for feeding more cattle. Last year we built new monoslope barns to feed Holstein cattle and some colored cattle. We enjoy feeding cattle and we think we have a sustainable market for them. We raise our own crops and bedding and mix our own feed so we can be self-sufficient. It is easier to build a barn and feed cattle than it is to pick up farm ground.With as many cows as we are feeding, we are planting more corn to feed them. We feed around 50,000 bushels of our own corn a year. We grow a lot of wheat for bedding that we need. We fall seed hay after wheat too.We sell soybeans as a cash crop. We have four semis that run up north to the processors and we haul commodities for a couple local feed mills and dairy farms. We have our hands in a little bit of everything. In this day and age you have to either have an off farm job or you have to be diversified.We have some sand and gravel bottom ground that we no-till but a lot of our heavier soils we are more conventional till. We have a lot of manure to deal with and we still have the chisel plow to incorporate that.
Then-senior Berta Queralt (18) battles for the ball during a game against Penn State Oct. 19, 2012, at Buckeye Varsity Field. OSU lost, 3-0.Credit: Courtesy of FacebookThe Ohio State field hockey team struggled as it finished a road trip to Syracuse, N.Y., with an 0-2 record.The Buckeyes fell short to No. 7 Massachusetts Saturday and then again Sunday to No. 6 Syracuse. Both games ended with a score of 1-0. Although the team came out on the losing end in both games, OSU coach Anne Wilkinson said it was not due to their efforts.“We played great field hockey overall,” Wilkinson said. “We just couldn’t put the ball in the net.”Both games were scoreless in the first half, but the Buckeyes gave up a single second half goal in each, falling to 2-4 on the year.During Sunday’s match, junior goalkeeper Sarah Lemieux had eight saves against Syracuse. After back-to-back saves by Lemieux, Syracuse was able to score on a penalty corner with just over four minutes to go in the game.Wilkinson said she was impressed with her goalkeeper, but wishes the team could have taken advantage of the defense it played.“I think we had great defense,” Wilkinson said. “Sarah (Lemieux) had a lot of great saves during crucial times.”Lemieux said the defense as whole played well, despite the losses.“I thought we played solid defense the whole weekend. We made huge efforts to tackle to ball and stop them from scoring.”In Saturday’s match UMass outshot the Buckeyes 10-8. OSU had more opportunities with the penalty corners, 6-5, but could not capitalize on them to finish the game.The match against Syracuse was much more one-sided, despite the Orange failing to open the scoring until the 66th minute. The home side out shot the Buckeyes 20-6, including 9 shots on goal.Sophomore midfield Emma Royce provided the best chance in the first half for the Buckeyes but was denied by the Syracuse sophomore goalkeeper Jess Jecko.OSU is set to take on Miami(Ohio) Wednesday in Oxford at 5:30 p.m.
The AC Milan technical director won the 2019 Liedholm Award and spoke about the future of signings for his teamAC Milan’s technical director Leonardo received the 2019 Liedholm Award today, and he used his time with reporters to talk about the future of signings for his team.“There is not much to say. We have a basic agreement with Flamengo, but transfer market reopens in January: so we still have a little way to go before the deal becomes official,” he said about Brazilian Paqueta according to Calcio Mercato.“Now we have to think only of the Serie A and the Europa League, not the market. What kind of player is he? At the moment, he is a Flamengo player: he still has to play some Brazilian league matches. We have to wait for January 3rd.”Serie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….As per the rumors putting Zlatan Ibrahimovic in AC Milan, he said:“It’s normal that there is also connection not only professional but even personal with him. When we arrived at Milan, we had a little thought about taking him, even at the age of 37 he is a dragger.”“Today the transfer window is closed. We have to do things calmly, we must not forget that there are some financial fair play stakes. We want to build a competitive team,” he added.
Spain national team boss Luis Enrique claims Spain improved with their substitutes in their Nations League group.However, he adds that ‘bad luck and some mistakes’ destroyed their chances of securing a place in the Final Four.“We started the match well, quickly posing danger out wide and through the middle,” said the Coach via Football Espana after La Roja’s 1-0 win against Bosnia-Herzegovina on Sunday.“The team then got into a complicated dynamic, Bosnia moved a bit further afield, but at no point did I see us in danger of losing the game.”“In the second half, we improved with our substitutes and we tried to knock down the wall put up by our opponents.”“It’s always difficult against a team who sit back. Brais was very good. Not everyone scores on their debut.”“He and Fornals did very well. It’s very nice for a Coach to see that there’s a bright future. I saw the centre-backs in a very good way, so that’s more great news.”“The players who came in played like they did for their respective teams. They played great against one of Europe’s best strikers in Dzeko. I’m happy with them.”La Liga Betting: Match-day 4 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Despite it being very early into La Liga season, both Barcelona and Real Madrid have had unprecedented starts to their campaigns. With this in…“Isco wearing the captain’s armband was anecdotal. It was for the player with the most caps and I think Isco has been pushing the cart for many years, also for his club.”“He has talent and potential. He’s been an important player and he has a praiseworthy attitude.”“I can draw positives from looking at the group we were in, which was one of the most difficult.”“We all expected to go through after our first two games, but that’s football. I didn’t expect my team to be here after six games, but I’m happy with their attitude.”“I wish Croatia and England had drawn, but now I’m focused on qualifying for the Euros and I think the national team look good.”“England-Croatia was very well-contested. England took advantage of set-pieces to win the game.”“Bad luck and some mistakes saw us fail to make the Final Four, but the group was very complicated and the national team were up to task.”
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has heaped praise on Heung-Min Son following the forward’s performance against Bournemouth.The South Korea international scored twice during Spurs’ 5-0 drubbing of Bournemouth to take his tally to five goals in his past three games in all competitions.Son has 10 goals to his name this season for Tottenham, who moved into second in the Premier League after Manchester City suffered a shock loss to Leicester City on Wednesday.Pochettino, who will be without the 26-year-old in January due to South Korea’s participation in the Asian Cup, was full of praise for Son.Trippier and Pochettino try to clear up a war of words George Patchias – September 13, 2019 The apparent war of words between Kieran Trippier and Mauricio Pochettino is thought to be nothing more than a misunderstanding.Trippier was sold by Tottenham…“Unbelievable. What can I say? Sonny is doing a fantastic job for the team,” he told a news conference, as quoted by FourFourTwo.“After November he had a rest and was here trying to recover his best and I think he is doing fantastic. He started his fantastic run against Chelsea and until today he is doing a fantastic job for the team.”“I hope he can keep that level but you know he is going to be away from Tottenham because he needs to go with his national team to Dubai to play the Asian Cup.”