Ikeja Hotel Plc (IKEJAH.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Tourism sector has released it’s 2014 annual report.For more information about Ikeja Hotel Plc (IKEJAH.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Ikeja Hotel Plc (IKEJAH.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Ikeja Hotel Plc (IKEJAH.ng) 2014 annual report.Company ProfileIkeja Hotel Plc is a hotel development and management company with direct or indirect ownership of Sheraton Lagos Hotel, Sheraton Abuja Hotel and Federal Palace Hotels & Casino. The company targets the leisure, business and convention markets in Opebi, Ikeja and Lagos. Sheraton Lagos Hotel has 340 guest rooms and an impressive array of conferencing and recreational facilities, making it one of the largest hotels in Nigeria. Sheraton Abuja Hotel has 575 rooms and conference, restaurants and recreational facilities. Sun International’s Federal Palace Hotel & Casino is a luxury 5-star hotel conveniently located in the heart of Victoria Island’s commercial district and boasts luxury accommodation, a casino, conference facilities and an array of restaurants, bars and recreational facilities. Established in 1972 and formerly known as Properties Development Limited, the company changed its name to Ikeja Hotel Limited in 1980. The company’s head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Ikeja Hotel Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
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More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. It hasn’t been a good year for UK income investors. As a result of Covid-19, many UK companies have cut, suspended, or cancelled their dividends.Is next year going to be better? Let’s take a look at the 2021 dividend forecasts for three of the UK’s most popular income stocks – Barclays (LSE: BARC), HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA), and BT Group (BT.A).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…2021 dividend forecasts: Barclays and HSBC2020 was a nightmare for anyone who owns UK bank shares for income. Early in the year, the Bank of England (BoE) banned all UK banks from paying dividends to investors. The logic behind this move was that banks would need as much capital as possible to support the economy during the coronavirus pandemic. As a result of this ban, Barclays and HSBC paid no distributions for the year.Will UK banks be able to resume paying dividends in 2021? I think it’s certainly possible. According to a recent article in The Times, the BoE and the major banks are currently ‘bartering’ a dividend deal. This deal would allow them to make shareholder payouts as long as their loss-absorbing capital buffers are strong and they continue to extend credit to the real economy.Interestingly, the consensus 2021 dividend forecast for Barclays is currently 5.01p per share. Meanwhile, the consensus 2021 forecast for HSBC is 27 cents per share. These forecasts – which equate to yields of around 3.6% and 5.1% respectively – suggest that analysts believe the BoE dividend ban will be lifted next year.Of course, analysts’ forecasts are not always accurate. They can be way off the mark at times. So, there’s no guarantee that Barclays and HSBC will pay these kinds of dividends in 2021. If economic conditions remain weak, the BoE may keep its dividend ban in force. However, if City analysts are right, 2021 should certainly be a better year than 2020 for those who own UK bank stocks for income.Will BT pay a dividend for FY21?Turning to BT, the near-term dividend prospects are not so encouraging.This year, BT hit investors with a double blow. Firstly, it advised that it was suspending its final 2019-20 payout. Then it advised that it would be paying no distribution for 2020-21. This means investors should expect no payout for FY21 (BT’s financial year ends 31 March 2021). Currently, city analysts expect no dividend to be paid.Looking further out, however, analysts do expect BT to pay dividends for the year ending 31 March 2022. At present, the consensus dividend forecast is 7.6p per share. That payout – which is about half of what BT paid for FY19 – equates to a yield of roughly 6.2% at the current share price.But it’s worth pointing out that BT continues to have a large amount of debt on its balance sheet. It also has a large pension deficit. As such, even that reduced dividend may not be sustainable. For those looking for yield, I think there are better stocks to buy. Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares 5 Stocks For Trying To Build Wealth After 50
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Tagged with: Trading Howard Lake | 29 April 2008 | News 22 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The Royal National Lifeboat Institution’s (RNLI) Jewellery Appeal is entering its 22nd year, with the charity continuing to appeal for unwanted jewellery, medals and collectables which can all be sold to raise funds for the charity.The appeal began on BBC TV’s Blue Peter. Some of the more unusual past donations include a set of dentures on gold mount, war medals, mother-of-pearl theatre binoculars, an 1837 hallmarked fish-knife and a Victorian bakelite locket containing a lock of hair.The donated items are sold at auctions or fetes to raise funds for training and equipment for RNLI volunteer crews.Maren Caldwell, RNLI Head of Regional Fundraising and Communications said: “The Jewellery Appeal began in 1986 and, since then, has been run by Roy Norgrove, who sadly died last year. We would like to thank him for all his dedication and effort. Other willing volunteers are now continuing Roy’s good work.”The charity accepts all good quality items, including rings, bracelets, chains, earrings, watches, and any other gold and silver items.www.rnli.org.uk About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. RNLI’s Jewellery Appeal enters 22nd year
News December 5, 2012 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Jail sentences for three journalists on eve of media conference Organisation May 31, 2021 Find out more Cameroonian reporter jailed since August, abandoned by justice system RSF_en CameroonAfrica Help by sharing this information News Receive email alerts Cameroonian journalist Paul Chouta sentenced and fined in defamation case News April 23, 2021 Find out more to go further CameroonAfrica News May 19, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders is appalled by this week’s court decision to sentence fugitive journalist Simon Hervé Nko’o in absentia to 15 years in prison and to pass suspended two-year jail sentences on two other journalists, Serge Sabouang and Robert Mintya.The sentences were issued just two days before a government-organized, three-day General Conference on Communication (EGC), which begins today in Yaoundé’s Congress Centre“The General Conference on Communication could not have begun in a worse manner,” said Reporters Without Borders, whose Africa desk officer, Ambroise Pierre, is attending the conference.“These grossly unjust and shocking sentences have just one merit – they confirm the urgency of the need to decriminalize media offences in Cameroon. We hope that the conference that starts today will not sidestep any issues, including the status of journalists, media responsibility, media laws and institutions, media regulation and self regulation.”Reporters Without Borders added: “This conference is not an end in itself. It should lead to concrete progress for media freedom and to reform of the media law.”The sentences passed on the evening of 3 December on Nko’o, then a reporter for the weekly Bebela, Sabouang, the editor of the bimonthly La Nation, and Mintya, the editor of the weekly Le Devoir, conclude a case that dates back to the start of 2010, when they requested an interview with presidential chief of staff Laurent Esso.They sought the interview because they wanted Esso to comment on a document that apparently bore his signature. But their request led to charges in February 2010 that they had forged Esso’s signature on what was a “forged document.”Nko’o fled while Sabouang and Mintya were arrested and put in Yaoundé’s Kondengui prison. They remained there until November of that year, when they were released conditionally.A fourth journalist, Cameroun Express editor Ngoto Ngota Germain, also known as Bibi Ngota, was also arrested in the same case and ending up dying in Kondengui on 22 April 2010 for lack of medical attention.Some Cameroonian media and journalists’ organizations have in recent weeks been criticizing the General Conference on Communication, saying there was no prior consultation with the media sector. The National Union of Cameroonian Journalists (SNJC) has called for an “active boycott” of the conference.More on media freedom in Cameroon.Photo : AFP/STR Case against Amadou Vamoulké baseless, French lawyers tell Cameroon court Follow the news on Cameroon
Organisation August 17, 2012 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Another journalist arrested, held incommunicado for past month RSF laureates support jailed Vietnamese journalist Pham Doan Trang April 27, 2021 Find out more News April 22, 2021 Find out more Three more independent reporters arrested in Vietnam RSF_en Vietnam sentences journalist Tran Thi Tuyet Dieu to eight years in prison Receive email alerts to go further News April 7, 2021 Find out more VietnamAsia – Pacific News Follow the news on Vietnam Help by sharing this information As the Vietnamese authorities continue to arrest and convict bloggers, Reporters Without Borders has just learned that they have also been holding the journalist and political essayist Pham Chi Dung for the past month.”Holding a citizen incommunicado for a month before letting his arrest be known is the hallmark of an arbitrary regime,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We reiterate our outrage at the current renewed crackdown on all those who dare to criticize. “The Vietnamese authorities are again displaying complete intolerance and incomprehension towards criticism, which they automatically regard as a weapon designed to overthrow the government. Dung must be released at once and given a fair trial.” Arrested on 17 July, the 46-year-old Dung is charged with an attempt to overthrow the government. The authorities claim that he “conspired with foreign reactionaries” and “worked on documents containing elements that were entirely fabricated and defamed the government with the aim of overthrowing it.” Dung used to be a senior interior ministry official assigned to the Ho Chi Minh City popular committee (government). He also worked for several years with Truong Tan Sang, who is now Vietnam’s president.He had pursued a literary career since 1986 and in recent years had written by-lined articles for the online magazine Phia Truoc that touched on such sensitive subjects as corruption, the lack of media freedom, environmental issues, the influence of interest groups in Vietnamese politics and the prime minster’s tight control over part of the economy.Vietnam is ranked 172nd out of 179 countries in the 2011/2012 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index and, with at least five journalists and 19 netizens currently held, is the world’s third biggest prison for bloggers and cyber-dissidents, after China and Iran. It is also one of the 12 countries that Reporters Without Borders calls “Enemies of the Internet” because of their systematic use of cyber-censorship. News VietnamAsia – Pacific
AndreiPopov/iStockBy WILL CARR, ALYSSA PONE, AND ELLIE SMITH, ABC NEWS(NEW YORK) — It’s the first of the month — the time when so many start counting their dollars, making sure they have enough to pay rent.“I’ll be able to make rent next month, but then after that, if unemployment doesn’t kick in, I’m definitely in trouble,” Gabby Namm, an unemployed cook in New York, told ABC News.More than 30 million Americans have filed for unemployment since mid-March as the novel coronavirus hit the U.S., leaving many filled with anxiety, not knowing when they’ll get another paycheck. That’s sparking rent strikes across the country from New York to Philadelphia to Chicago to Los Angeles.“The choices that we have right now is we pay rent, and we’re left without any money for food,” Manuel Antonio Rodrigues told ABC News.Rodrigues lost his job in March. He joined a socially distanced protest in Los Angeles this week, asking the mayor to cancel rent for May.“So many of us here have had to make that decision whether we’re going to use up a little bit of money that we have on rent or whether we should save it for medicine for food and other essential needs right now,” he said.Others, like Alex Mercier, who also lost his job in March, have teamed up with the tenants in their buildings to forgo their rent payments together.“There are people I’ve been talking to who are sick and need their medicine and putting them in a situation where it’s pay rent or medicine, that’s just ridiculous,” Mercier, who lives in Los Angeles, said.But renters aren’t the only ones struggling. Landlords have bills to pay too.“These are my children,” Darryl Marshak, a landlord in Los Angeles, said, talking about his tenants. “I’m still shy on April’s rent on some of them, but I understand, they’re usually great.”Marshak is a mom-and-pop building owner with six tenants.“Maybe I got two months total of my mortgage if I have to come up with it myself,” he told ABC News. “Not to mention water, power, sewage, gardener.”“It’s not a fight with the landlords, it’s a fight with the banks who need to understand that they were bailed out about ten years ago, and now we need a bailout for the working people,” Rodrigues was quick to point out while protesting on the steps of Los Angeles’ City Hall.Across the country, there are patchwork policies for housing protection, creating widespread confusion. Eight states — Georgia, Arkansas, Idaho, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and Oklahoma — currently have not implemented any statewide orders to suspend evictions and foreclosures during the pandemic, according to an analysis by Princeton.“Lost jobs and lost wages — combined with rents that were unaffordable even before coronavirus — leaves millions of people struggling to figure out how to make rent and scared of being evicted during a public health emergency,” Diane Yentel, the President of the National Low Income Housing Coalition, told ABC News.“In this moment when our collective health depends on our ability to stay home, it’s never been more obvious that housing is health care. Congress should be doing everything they can to keep people stably housed during and after this public health emergency by implementing a national moratorium on evictions and providing at least $100 billion in rental assistance,” she said.For many home owners under financial stress, the federal rescue package signed in March, known as the CARES Act, allows up to a year to skip or delay mortgage loan payments. According to Black Knight, a data and analytics firm, 3.4 million homeowners will do just that, skipping payments for the immediate future. But others without mortgages backed by the federal government are left uncovered.So, what can you do?For starters, talk to your landlord or lender. Times are hard right now, and many may be willing to negotiate or workout a payment plan.Also, make sure you know your rights. Eviction laws are different across the country. Make sure you’re familiar with yours. Remember, what you’re told by a landlord or lender is not always what’s factually accurate.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Stakeholder deadline sees last minute rush to sign upOn 16 Oct 2001 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article A third of employers have not met the stakeholder pension deadline accordingto estimates by the Association of British Insurers. All employers with more than five employees were required to have introduceda stakeholder scheme by 8 October if they had no pension provision, or facefines of up to £50,000. More than 100,000 employers have missed the deadline, despite a last minuterush by firms. Stephen Sklaroff, the ABI’s deputy director-general, said, “Manyproviders are reporting a rush of employers signing up for stakeholders. “No-one knows precisely what the figure is but best estimates put it assomewhere between 300,000 and 350,000. “It is unlikely that all of them signed up by the deadline but thefigures so far look promising. We hope the rest will follow as soon aspossible.” The latest figures from the ABI reveal that during August alone more than25,000 employers designated a stakeholder pension scheme and 64,000 newpensions were set up. Sklaroff said the introduction of the stakeholder pension has also led to anincrease in the sales of individual and group personal pensions. He added,”The introduction of the stakeholder pension together with the widerstakeholder effect is good news. “Recent research for the ABI calculates that the savings gap now totals£27bn a year. Stakeholder makes a good start in encouraging people to save butmore must be done.” Nick Edmans, a spokesman for pensions watchdog, the Occupational PensionsRegulatory Authority, said initially employers only have to choose a registeredstakeholder scheme and inform their staff, to comply with the regulations. www.abi.org.ukBy Ben Willmott Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.
View post tag: Pathfinder class View post tag: US Navy View post tag: VT Halter Marine Photo: The new T-AGS 67 will be a modified version of the USNS Maury (T-AGS 66). Photo: US Navy View post tag: T-AGS The US Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded VT Halter Marine a $9 million contract for further design engineering, procurement of long-lead time material and limited advanced production of the Oceanographic Survey Ship (T-AGS 67).The T-AGS 67 will be a follow-on ship to the T-AGS 60-class program which performed acoustical, biological, physical and geophysical surveys as part of the Military Sealift Command’s special mission program.VT Halter Marine will perform most of the work under the contract in Pascagoula, Mississippi and is expected to complete it by May 2019.The company was selected for the program because the requirements of T-AGS 67 require detailed knowledge and familiarity with the performance characteristics of T-AGS 66 and the T-AGS 60-class program.T-AGS ships gather data that provides much of the military’s information on the ocean environment. The collected data helps to improve technology in undersea warfare and enemy ship detection. The oceanographic and hydrographic survey ships’ multibeam, wide-angle precision sonar systems make it possible to continuously chart a broad strip of ocean floor.The Pathfinder-class can carry 34-foot hydrographic survey launches and can collect data in water depths of up to 4,000 meters. T-AGS 66, the most recent ship in the fleet, is over 7 meters longer at 107 meters and is equipped with an 18 foot by 18 foot moon pool for deploying and retrieving mission systems, including autonomous underwater vehicles. Share this article