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"botswana government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:20 min | Last month

"botswana government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A new challenge to deal with The latest COVID variant has taken root in Southern Africa where many of its key mines are located We were fortunate enough to catch up with pat dombi VP and head of corporate affairs and government relations at the de beers group of companies just as were that the strain had begun to circle the globe Pat joined us well in transit from South Africa in a neighboring Botswana telling us that regional travel restrictions were unlikely to hinder business as usual One of the important aspects of the success of our partnership with the South African government and the Botswana government is interesting because they both reported at the same time they obviously didn't have a very good working relationship particularly when it comes to the border because a lot of us come from both countries Like myself Right So the importance of adaptability I think that the private sector with government are working together And for us as the business as you rightfully say Carol it's been having to really figure out how to be adaptable And how do we refine and be agile In this market but I think we've done it And I think that whole focus is really focusing on our employees and of course the community in which we operate are really critical and that's also very important to our partnership with the government and then of course demonstrating the importance of managing COVID with that right Tell us about the business right now Do you guys have all the workers that you need to do what you need to do How has the relationship with consumers changed as a result of the pandemic Sure Carol Well it's interesting because we're actually pretty excited We had the beginning was a little bit tougher for everyone in 2020 but based on our adaptability and being able to refine and look at what it meant to continue our business We ended with a pretty good year in 2020 And now going into the holiday season we're looking at some of the data that's been coming out like sources even Golan diamond research and data Better reporting that U.S. Julie sales advanced to 2041% from January through May Talking about 32 billion So that's up by about 23 billion in the same period pre the pandemic So that tells us that was a few things It tells us that American consumers want to celebrate each other a little differently I think deeper better a little bit earlier in the program And they have a real strong love more importantly for diamonds especially at this time of the year Help me understand and help help our audience understand where your job comes in when it comes to transparency and sustainability And helping consumers understand that the diamond that they are buying is one that they can feel good about It's one that was mind sustainably It was mined in a conflict free way and it wasn't mined using labor practices that for lack of a better term aren't appropriate Well thank you for that question because it really is Paramount to everything we do And it's something that as a person from Botswana that I'm really proud of our company We definitely believe in sustainability and we've invested heavily in innovation and technology as a link to that We've created a sustainable framework which we call building forever and it says exactly what it means is that the heart of what we do Tim and I talk about this a lot whether it's wife or friends that he knows that aren't necessarily into diamonds It's just different I look at my daughter I look at different individuals that maybe aren't into jewelry that my mom was or even myself Is it translating and reaching the newer younger consumer A very good question Well what we're seeing is that through our insight research we're seeing a generational shift as you rightfully point out with consumers Particularly young consumers Yeah right What's really important for them is the provenance which is constantly evolving Those packed down bay VP and head of corporate affairs and government relations at the de beers group of companies for more of the company's sustainability framework and commitment to ethical sourcing of diamonds check out our podcast feed for our full conversation You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek Coming up next the Bloomberg 50 is unveiled We're gonna break down the list of people and ideas that define a global business.

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"botswana government" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"botswana government" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The T V, a mortgage for 25 middle part of New York mortgage maker for licensing information could animals consumer access to our corporate animals number 13 35 record on Muslims 62 33 Equal Housing under Licence Alaska Highlight which in Massachusetts, Norco to South Dakota, Utah. Judge in Kansas is beginning to evict tenants who are behind on rent in advance of a federal moratorium expiring at the end of the month. The move by Johnson County Magistrate Daniel Vulcans comes in advance of a federal moratorium that expires at the end of the month. Vulcans telling an eviction hearing he doesn't think the moratorium that was issued last year by the C D. C Is quote enforceable where the set to expire. More than four million people nationally say they fear being evicted or foreclosed upon. Kansas had its own eviction moratorium, but it expired. May 28th Jason Walker reporting. Boeing's newest version of the 7 37 Max jetliner has completed its first test in flight, and the company hopes that will signal improving fortunes for his most important plane. Max 10 is a slightly larger version of Max jets already flying, and they've been troubled news and analysis at town hall dot com. The developer of a long planned and controversial high speed rail line linking Dallas and Houston has announced it signed to $16 billion contract with the firm in Italy that will lead design in the project. Texas Central announced. It is ain't the deal with we build, which is based in Milan residents have fought for years against the train that would travel up to 200 miles an hour. They're against public funding of the project and the use of eminent domain to build it. Correspondent Jeremy House reporting. The president of Texans against High Speed Rail, criticized the announcement as a way to continue to drum up support for an unpopular project. Miners in Botswana are hailing the discovery of a big diamond. And I mean huge, more than 1000 carats, which could make it the largest third largest diamond. Never mind. The gym was on Earth earlier this month at a mine jointly owned by Botswana's government and the De Beers group. More on these stories of town hall dot com. Been.

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"botswana government" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:49 min | 7 months ago

"botswana government" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Surge and coastal flooding to the northern Gulf Coast today and continuing through the weekend. A tropical storm warning was in effect for parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. An Iranian presidential election that many say lacks a meaningful choice has led to low turnout fueled by apathy. Iranians are voting for a new president. But many people say it's not a fair contest and they've been calls for a boycott. Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei cast the first ballot. And he urged people to join him American chess where he said through the participation of the people. Iran will win great points in the international arena, but a number of moderate candidates were barred, tipping the election in the favor of a hardline judge Abrahim Ray. You see In London. Simon Owen FOX NEWS, A number of new gun laws have been enacted in Texas in Texas. I'm signing seven laws to protect Second Amendment rights. Republican Governor Greg Abbott making Texas the 21st state of the nation were constitutional carry will be law of the land and where Texans will be shielded from overreaching federal government laws. That we will not allow any Texan to enforce. And the Lone Star State government entities in Texas are also banned from contracting with any businesses that discriminate against any firearm or ammunition companies or organizations. A big win for groups like the NRA that disputes what opponents of two ways say that the new laws could lead to more gun violence. Jeff Man OURSELVES. Fox News Miners in the Southern African nation of Botswana are hailing the discovery of a big diamond. It weighs more than 1000 carats, which could make it the third largest diamond. Never mind. The gym was unearthed earlier this month at a mind jointly owned by Botswana's government and the De Beers group..

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"botswana government" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"botswana government" Discussed on WTOP

"Out on money owed to you from the government during the pandemic, CBS and Steve Dorsey explains from Washington. Incomplete government records are jeopardizing Corona virus relief payments of up to $1200 to millions of Americans, according to a federal government watchdog. A report by the Government Accountability Office is the IRS in Treasury haven't kept updated information on eligible recipients, The nonpartisan agency says. Possibly some 8.7 million eligible Americans haven't received the payments. Kentucky's biggest city, is preparing for a widely anticipated legal decision. Police in Louisville, Kentucky, of canceled vacations and have started setting up barricades downtown in preparation for the state attorney general's announcement about whether he will charge officers in the shooting death of Rianna Taylor, the 26 year old black woman, a city paramedic, was shot eight times on March 13th by officers who entered her home using a no knock warrant. During a drug investigation. Jim Chris Sula, CBS NEWS The Botswana government says water contaminated with a toxic bluegreen algae may be the cause of death for more than 330 elephants in the South Africa earlier this summer. What they can't explain is why the toxins did not affect any other animals who drank it. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the w T o p AP Polls have Joe Biden ahead of President Trump. But did a poll ever ask your opinion? Now? Newsmax TV is asking Americans to vote in their national poll. Vote instantly for Trump or Biden. Just text the word fish to 39 747.

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"botswana government" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"botswana government" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Out on money owed to you from the government during the pandemic, CBS's Steve Dorsey explains from Washington. Incomplete government records are jeopardizing Corona virus relief payments of up to $1200 to millions of Americans, according to a federal government watchdog. A report by the Government Accountability Office is the IRS in Treasury haven't kept updated information on eligible recipients, The nonpartisan agency says. Possibly some 8.7 million eligible Americans haven't received the payments. Kentucky's biggest city, is preparing for a widely anticipated legal decision. Police in Louisville, Kentucky, of canceled vacations and have started setting up barricades downtown in preparation for the state attorney general's announcement about whether he will charge officers in the shooting death of Rianna Taylor, the 26 year old black woman, a city paramedic, was shot eight times on March 13th by officers who entered her home using a no knock warrant. During a drug investigation. Jim Crow Sula, CBS NEWS The Botswana government says water contaminated with a toxic bluegreen algae may be the cause of death for more than 330 elephants in the South Africa earlier this summer. What they can't explain is why the toxins did not affect any other animals who drank it. This is CBS News. Conversations with some of the world's leading national security officials and experts. Intelligence matters with Michael Morel weekends on the CBS radio network. One. Faced with adversity, humanity brings out the best in one another. All it took was just a little bit more attention from all of us. It didn't matter which side you're on. We knew we had to support each other. Especially with what we're all going through. Today. We need to be united time and again way see people going out of their way to help one another, because we're stronger when we rely on each other MassMutual learn more at massmutual dot com..

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"botswana government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"botswana government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Coming home. A team of historians and archaeologists in the United States, say they've discovered the law ship known to have smuggled slaves from Africa. The remains of the KLA Tilda were found at the bottom of the mobile river in Alabama. It's believed the wooden ship was intentionally sunk in eighteen sixty to try to hide evidence of its use in the slave trade, three years later, president ABRAHAM LINCOLN signed the emancipation proclamation to end slavery and free. Millions of African Americans. But swan has lifted a five-year burn on the hunting of elephants. Government said, reinstating hunting would help address conflict between humans and elephants. He has understood Neath head. The Botswana government said it carried out extensive consultations before making the decision to lift its ban on hunting, the country is a sanctuary for around one hundred thirty thousand elephants, a third of those left in Africa after poaching has reduced numbers across the continent. But having so many leads to conflict with a growing population of humans farmers crops had been destroyed and people killed. There's debate over whether hunting will increase or decrease the elephant population. But well regulated hunting can be used as a conservation tool if the money raised by killing some animals is put back into conserving others. This is the world news from the BBC, the World, Health Organization is to call for increased efforts to combat antimicrobial resistance at the annual dougy. Show assembly in Geneva. Member States will call for strict guidelines on how, and when antibiotics should be used and greater funding for research into new treatments. Imaging folks reports the wonder drugs of the twentieth century, which cured tuber colossus and stopped soldiers dying from minor wounds that became infected are losing their power. The reasons are complex overuse of antibiotics in humans inappropriate. Use in agriculture poor hygiene in hospitals, lack of clean, water and low vaccination levels caused preventable infections, which then need treatment, the US authorities have revealed details of a six migrant child to die. While in custody, the ten year old girl from El Salvador died in September. But the information has only just been made public. She had arrived on accompanied in the US with a history of heart problems. She died after undergoing surgery. Since then five other children, all from Guatemala have died while in custody the latest on Monday. Britain has rejected a UN resolution that demands it give back control of their Chico. Silence to Mauritius within six months, the non-binding vote in New York saw one hundred sixteen countries support the resolution with only six against Britain kept control over Chegos when Mauritius became independent in nineteen sixty five and allows the US to operate a military base on the ACL Garcia polls have opened in Britain, and the Netherlands to start the process of elections for the European parliament across the EU, the twenty-six, other Member States will vote over the next three days prison had intended to leave the EU before the vote. But is taking part because of the delay in delivering Brexit. The results will be announced on Sunday evening, BBC news. This is the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me. Kavita Puri each week, one question four expert witnesses and then answer. A group of women standing around community water pump on a street in Jakarta the capital of Indonesia. A mother crouches down supporting her naked infant. She washes, his body, he wriggles, but she has little option. It's the only place she can get clean water. This mother like nearly half the city doesn't get piped water into her home. She relies on these community pumps to bring it all the way from the ground. But is the water is sucked out the city above the land and buildings a sinking and fast some by up to twenty five. Centimeters a year and is the city gets lower flooding is getting worse. The situation is so bad. The governments announced it wants to build a whole new capital. And I'm bishops and costly endeavor. It would mean transferring the seats of government judiciary and central Bank to another place altogether. That's even before you've.

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Botswana lifts ban on elephant hunting

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Botswana lifts ban on elephant hunting

"But swan has lifted a five-year burn on the hunting of elephants. Government said, reinstating hunting would help address conflict between humans and elephants. He has understood Neath head. The Botswana government said it carried out extensive consultations before making the decision to lift its ban on hunting, the country is a sanctuary for around one hundred thirty thousand elephants, a third of those left in Africa after poaching has reduced numbers across the continent. But having so many leads to conflict with a growing population of humans farmers crops had been destroyed and people killed. There's debate over whether hunting will increase or decrease the elephant population. But well regulated hunting can be used as a conservation tool if the money raised by killing some animals is put back into conserving others.

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"botswana government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"botswana government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A team of historians and archaeologists in the United States, say they've discovered the law ship known to have smuggled slaves from Africa, the domains of the KLA Tilda were found at the bottom of the mobile river in Alabama. It's beneath the wooden ship was intentionally sunk in eighteen sixty to try to hide evidence of its use in the slave trade, three years later, president ABRAHAM LINCOLN signed the emancipation proclamation to end slavery and free. Millions of African Americans. But swan has lifted a five-year burn on the hunting of elephants. The government said, reinstating hunting would help address conflict between humans and elephants his head. The Botswana government said it carried out extensive consultations before making the decision to lift its ban on hunting, the country is a century for around one hundred thirty thousand elephants, a third of those left in Africa after poaching reduced numbers across the continent. But having so many leads to conflict with a growing population of humans farmers' crops have been destroyed and people killed. There's debate over whether hunting will increase or decrease the elephant population. But well regulated hunting can be used as a conservation tool if the money raised by killing some animals is put back into conserving others. This is the world news from the BBC, the World, Health Organization is to call for increased efforts to combat antimicrobial resistance at the annual. WHO assembly in Geneva. Member States will call for strict guidelines on how and when anti-biotics should be used and greater funding for research into new treatments. Imaging folks reports the wonder drugs of the twentieth century, which cured tuber colossus and stopped soldiers dying from minor wounds that became infected are losing their power. The reasons are complex overuse of antibiotics in humans inappropriate. Use in agriculture poor hygiene in hospitals lack of clean water and low vaccination levels 'cause preventable infections, which then need treatment, the US authorities have revealed details of a six migrant child to die. While in custody, the ten year old girl from El Salvador died in September. But the information has only just been made public. She had arrived unaccompanied in the US with a history of heart problems. She died after undergoing surgery. Since then five other children, all from Guatemala have died while in custody the latest on Monday. Person has rejected a UN resolution that demands it give back control of the Chaco. Silence to Mauritius within six months. The non-binding vote in New York saw one hundred sixteen countries support the resolution with only six against Britain kept control of check checkoffs when Mauritius became independent in nineteen sixty five and allows the US to operate a military base on the Garcia polls have opened in Britain, and the Netherlands to start the process of elections for the European parliament across the EU. The twenty six other Member States will vote over the next three days person had intended to leave the EU before the vote, but is taking part because of the delay in delivering Brexit. The results will be announced on Sunday evening, BBC news. This is the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me. Kavita Puri each week, one question four expert witnesses and then answer. A group of women standing around community water pump on a street in Jakarta the capital of Indonesia. A mother crouches down supporting her naked infant. She washes, his body, he wriggles, but she has little option. It's the only place she can get clean water. This mother like nearly half the city doesn't get piped water into her home. She relies on these community pumps to bring it all the way from the ground. But is the water is sucked out the city above the land and buildings a sinking and fast some by up to twenty five. Centimeters a year and is the city gets lower flooding is getting worse. The situation is so bad, the government's announced it wants to build a whole new capital, and I'm bishops and costly endeavor. It would mean transferring the seats of government judiciary and central Bank to another place altogether. That's even before.

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"botswana government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"botswana government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Very good to have you on news this morning. Another top story today up to the biggest vote now the biggest count India's getting closer to the results of the elections over the past six weeks. We'll get the latest live from Delhi, and we've been bringing you a lot here on Newsday over the last few months, about the British Prime Minister Theresa May's problems of getting her Brexit deal through parliament. And every time it seems situation can get any worse, it does amaze leadership is hanging by a thread now very much the final days. She's lost all support amongst positive for what she's trying to do and crucially, in the last couple days, she's lost her cabinet to more on that mounting pressure and mounting problems for the British Prime minister after the latest world news. Hello. I'm eilly Mckee with the BBC news projections in India's general elections, suggest the governing BJ p and its allies led by the prime minister Narendra Modi, a heading for a comfortable majority in the lower house of parliament. The National Democratic Alliance is poised to get well over three hundred seat soon the five hundred and forty three member house Regina by Jonathan reports. Early indications suggested comfortable second term for the ruling BJP party under Narendra Modi. This election was in many ways, referendum on his first term, as prime minister, his brand of politics has been seen as divisive leading to the increased marginalisation of religious minorities in these secular nation. But his populist appeal has captured the imagination of many Indians who've tired of decades of rule under the dynastic congress party, a powerful tornado is reported to have caused extensive damage to the city of Jefferson in the American. In state of Missouri. It struck the state capital, close to midnight, on Wednesday pictures show that some buildings have been ripped apart that are reports SUV multiple injuries calls have gone out for additional heavy lifting Queant to assist the rescue operation police, and other emergency services are still assessing the extent of the damage the leader of the former Colombian rebel group, the FARC Rodrigo lawn Donyo as reaffirmed his commitment to the peace process saying the party will never return to war, another former commander. Even Marcus has said it was a mistake for the rebels to hand over their weapons. James Reed, has more details on Marcus was the FOX lead negotiator in talks attended fifty years of conflict. But last year he refused to take his seat in the Colombian Senate and went into hiding now. He's accused the government of breaking the terms of the accord by arresting another former commander on drugs charges. He says the rebels should never have given up their guns in response, the FARC leader Rodrigo London her. Has defended the decision to turn the movement into a democratic political party. But there's no doubt the peace deal. He signed is under growing strain person has rejected a UN resolution that demands that give back control of the Chaco silence in the Indian Ocean to Mauritius within six months, a nonbinding vote in New York, saw hundred sixteen countries support, the resolution Burson kept control of their checkoffs swin Marissa's became independent in nineteen sixty five James Robbins reports reacting to the defeat. Britain's ambassador to the UN Dame, Karen, Pierce, said, the joint UK US military base on the largest of the island, Diego Garcia helped keep people in Britain and around the world safe from terrorism organized crime, and piracy. That meant she said the islands would only be given to Marissa's when they were no longer needed for defense purposes. James Robbins, reporting. Well, news BBC the. Parties in the United States have revealed. Details of six migrant child to die while in custody, the ten year old girl from El Salvador died in September, but the information has only just been made public. She arrived unaccompanied him a US only last year with a history of heart problems. She died after under undergoing surgery since then five other children, all from Guatemala have died while in custody. A team of historians and archaeologists in the United States, say they've discovered the last ship known to have smuggled slaves from Africa, the remains of the Klay Tilda were found at the bottom of the mobile river in Alabama. It's believed the wooden ship was intentionally sunk in eighteen sixty to try to hide evidence of its use in slave trade. But swan has lifted a five-year ban on the hunting of elephants. Government said, reinstating hunting would help address conflict between humans and elephants as Alliston fan reports. The Botswana government said it carried out extensive consultations before making the decision to lift its ban on hunting, the country is a sanctuary for around one hundred thirty thousand elephants, a third of those left in Africa after poaching reduced numbers across the continent. But having so many leads to conflict with a growing population of humans farmers crops have been destroyed and people killed. There's debate over whether hunting will increase or decrease the elephant. Population. But well regulated hunting can be used as a conservation tool if the money raised by killing some animals is put back into conserving, others polls have opened in Britain and the Netherlands to start the process of elections for the European parliament across the EU twenty-six, other Member States will vote over the next three days Burson, had intended to leave the EU before the vote, not his taking part because of the delay in delivering Brexit. The results will be announced on Sunday evening, BBC news. Thanks for the latest. Hello, and welcome to Newsday. Shaimaa Khalil and Allen Kasuga with you this morning. Good morning. Now, we'll go to India, soon as we can also look at how British politics seems to be going from bad to us of Brexit..

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