I totally agree with this article. If the government isn't going to do something about the regulation and rectification of the plumbing system then who is? These peopl deserve at the very least access to clean water and the facilities to grow their crops and earn a living for themselves.
It's stories like this that realy make me appreciate the good plumbing that we have in London. Honestly, it is one thing to have problems with getting water to your house and an entirely different problem when there isn't even the infrastructure to give you the choice. At least with proper piping and everything, you have a choice to decide how you wanna get things done.
Now isn't that the story of everybody's life. So many things just aren't able to catch up with increasing prices everywhere! It's no wonder that people are worse for wear. While the prices of cars and fuel and food and basic necessities inflate every year, wages obviously aren't going up! How's anybody going to afford anything if they weren't rich to begin with! I say we need to do something about it do something to make living a little bit more sustainable!
INTERESTING! As a franchisee for a self storage company, I can't even imagine running such a big operation of 6 locations worth of self storage. But what a challenge… This makes me really curious to see what kind of software system they are using in order to get everything organized and tracking which customers own what units and where! It really gives me a whole new perspective to the self storage game..
You talk about corruption. President Zuma is trying to get out of paying money back in respect of Nkandla. I have been working for the Government and so does he. If someone made a mistake and you received money or benefits that you are not entitled to, the money is simply deducted from your salary on monthly installments. So how can he say I did not asked for it, and therefore I am not paying back any money. Any other Government official does not have a say, it is simply deducted.
Great question! Was sufficient research conducted? Were the logos evaluated in terms of meaning, particularly in relation to the brands they represent. The message is quite clear with the logos of 702 and Cape Talk, but for me the big concern is EWN. Apart from the web 2.0 button style aesthetics applied to the logo the 'E' has been represented by three horizontal lines that look very much like the menu button used by most mobile websites. My concern is that the conceptual idea risks ambiguity. One might argue that this is an established brand people will recognize. Even though this is a well established brand, they are attempting to present a new, possibly modern, brand image. Unfortunately this may be at the expense of maintaining clear brand name communication. When I view this logo out of context I don't see the acronym clearly.
Why do to of the biggest FMCG brand houses have so much interest in the Loeries?
These two institutions remove any creative relevance from their work and substitute it with Millwood Brown research stats and then wonder why they aren't winning awards?
Then on top of that, most... not all work represented at Loeries are not created from "LIVE" briefs, but edge on the side of proactive work, because the real briefs are written by those very like-minded FMCG houses that are now sponsoring the event...
Something isn't right here...
This tactic smells like they are trying to manipulate the industry to producing their type of work, hence the two new categories.
The Loeries should stay independent from big brand sponsorship.
We are doing the industry a disservice by welcoming the wolves into our space.
His achievement is really inspirational and it motivates me to continue my learning as student of fashion, acting and modeling from a known talent agency in Atlanta.. This totally gives me strong minds about my career.
Thanks for the comment Bob and sorry for the delayed response.
That's the great thing about customisation in the QSR industry, there can be everything for everyone. Whether you on low-carb, a vegitarian, lactose-intolerant or any other form of special diet, everyone is accomodated. There's a flip side to the story though, if everyone can get whatever they like and however they like, wont this cause more traffic in QSR restaurants i.e. less home cooking ('healthy food') and as a result a 'fatter SA'? I mean is this not also one reason that encourages obesity in the US and the UK? Just thinking out loud, I still can't wait to build my own burger on home soil!
These figures clearly specifies that our house, windows, air ducts, rugs are needed to be clean in regular basis. Cleaning them in regular intervals creates a healthy environment. This is the reason why my friend and I've have hired Denver carpet cleaning professionals to look behind all our house cleanness.
Requesting for Educational sponsorship to continue my B-tech ECE . Dear, Sir/Madam
I am writing this letter in request of educational sponsorship in order to cover related costs and expenditures. I am attending the B-Tech ECE Branch at Gudlavalleru Engineering Collage , Gudlavalleru , Andhrapradesh ,India . I am also enrolling as A grade 12 graduate with 97% student and I reside in Gudlavalleru village ,Andhrapradesh.
Furthermore, I have realized that it is time for me to further my education. I feel that I should prepare myself for when I go to Collage that I will not drop out because of lack of educational knowledge. I choose to keep my educational learning habits up by finishing this course.
As a career choice, I look forward to becoming a Qualified Electronics Engineer As My group ECE .
However, without the B-tech ECE program, this goal is not possible. Therefore, with your assistance I will be able to achieve future goals.
Serious consideration of my request would be greatly appreciated. I look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience.
If required any ID Proof details from my educational Qualification , I will submit it ASAP..
Talking about media training... more specific radio... with very little training available in South Africa. In all my years at the SABC there was no training. The only training was on-air - jump in and swim. It is now thirty years later. Every day we hear about "Skills" and that SA can't lose those skills. We are busy establishing radio courses - from managing, presenting,production, technical, advertising and scriptwriting. But oh boy.. the politics and processes to get accredited!! But we will get there. And as you say.. where are the people.. the senior people with the experience and knowledge?