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Catch all the action LIVE ON SONYLIV.COM. Sony LIV is live streaming all the FIFA World Cup 2018 action from Moscow in six languages – English, Hindi, Bangla, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam.Here are the links for live action of all the three matches on Saturday.Group G: Belgium vs Tunisia – 5.30 pm ISTGroup F: South Korea vs Mexico – 8.30 pm ISTGroup F: Germany vs Sweden – 11.30 pm ISTBELGIUM vs TUNISIABelgium in their second Group G encounter of the FIFA World Cup finals start firm favourites against Tunisia. Belgium go into the match, first for the day scheduled at 5:30 pm India time, at the leaders following their 3-0 win over Panama. Tunisia, on the other hand, had lost their opener against England 1-2.While in-form Belgium go into the match with the confidence of making the last 16 grade with a Group match to spare, Tunisia will be under pressure to avoid the threat of an early elimination.SOUTH KOREA vs MEXICOMexico have an opportunity to book a spot in the knockout rounds of the World Cup 2018 as they meet South Korea in the second game of the day today (Saturday). Mexico go into the game with a 1-0 win over defending champions Germany in their Group G opener, while the Koreans have suffered a 0-1 loss in their first match against Sweden.In their only World Cup meeting with South Korea, Mexico were the runaway 3-1 winners in 1998. The Central Americans have not lost any of their three World Cup meetings against Asian sides.South Korea, winless in their last seven World Cup matches, have lost the last three on the trot while going scoreless in the previous two.The English language world feed of all the matches will be broadcast live on Sony Ten 2 and Sony Ten 2 HD. Sony Ten 3 and Sony Ten 3 HD will show the live action with the Hindi commentary, while Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Bengali speaking fans can catch live action on Sony ESPN.SonyLIV is streaming the live action in all the six languages. WTC Final LIVE: Jamieson says, ‘nice and pleasing to get Virat Kohli’s wicket’; Gill feels India could have got more wickets Football The defending champions Germany are faced with the threat of elimination at the Group Stage in the FIFA World Cup finals. The reigning champions had lost 1-0 to Mexico in their opening match. The Germans have not lost two back-to-back matches in the same World Cup finals since 1958 – when they lost to Sweden in the semi-final and France in the third-place match.The Swedes have beaten South Korea 1-0 in their World Cup 2018 opener. Now a win over Germany will put them in the round of 16, while also ensuring the defending champions elimination at the group stage. Incidentally, Sweden have won both their World Cup meetings against defending champions – defeating Italy in 1950 and Germany in 1958 against Germany. 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Previous articleFrench Open: Andreescu splits with coach Bruneau after French Open exitNext articleISL New guidelines: Like IPL only four foreigners can play in playing XI Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. Cricket Cricket by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May Likecio.comUnlocking the Success of Digital Transformation with Active Intelligencecio.comPhotoStickHow To Back Up All Your Old Photos In SecondsPhotoStickTreehuggerHow To Protect Yourself Against CyberthreatsTreehuggerWhat Time T20 Blast 2021 Will begin? TimeT20 Blast 2021 Will begin at 7:00 PM , 10:00, 11:00, 11:30 PM ISTWhat are the venues for T20 Blast 2021? – VenueT20 Blast 2021 will be played at Warwickshire, Durham, Worcestershire, and Leicestershire will play in the North Group. Gloucestershire, Essex, Middlesex, Somerset, Sussex, Glamorgan, Kent, Hampshire, and Surrey will play in the South Group. 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A total of 18 teams will battle it out for the ultimate championship in 122 matches. The Notts Outlaws are the defending champions. The T20 Blast returns to a 14-match group-stage format with the First-class Counties split into traditional North and South Groups.Where will T20 Blast 2021 be held?T20 Blast 2021 will take place in Canterbury from June 9, 2021.When will T20 Blast 2021 be Started? – DateT20 Blast 2021 will start on June 9, 2021. By Kunal Dhyani – June 8, 2021 Cricket Cricket Facebook Twitter Cricket Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter WTC Final Live: Virat Kohli continues century drought as Kyle Jamieson wins IPL team rivalry RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR T20 Blast 2021 Full schedule, Date, TimeJune 9, WednesdayLancashire Lightning vs Derbyshire, 7:00 PMWorcestershire Rapids vs Nottinghamshire, 10:00 PMSomerset vs Essex, 11:00 PMKent Spitfires vs Hampshire, 11:30 PMJune 10, ThursdayYorkshire Vikings v Warwickshire, 11:00 PMLancashire Lightning v Leicestershire Foxes, 11:00 PMGlamorgan v Gloucestershire, 11:00 PMMiddlesex v Surrey, 11:30 PMJune 11, FridayGloucestershire vs Sussex Sharks, 11:00 PMNotts Outlaws vs Warwickshire, 11:00 PMLeicestershire Foxes vs Derbyshire, 11:00 PMDurham vs Yorkshire Vikings, 11:00 PMSomerset vs Surrey, 11:00 PMKent Spitfires vs Middlesex, 11:30 PMEssex Eagles vs Hampshire, 11:30 PMNorthamptonshire Steelbacks vs Worcestershire Rapids, 11:30 PMJune 12, SaturdaySussex Sharks vs Hampshire, 11:30 PMJune 13, SundayKent Spitfires vs Gloucestershire, 7:00 PMWorcestershire Rapids vs Lancashire Lightning, 7:00 PMGlamorgan vs Essex Eagles, 7:00 PMDerbyshire vs Warwickshire, 7:00 PMLeicestershire Foxes vs Durham, 7:00 PMNorthamptonshire Steelbacks vs Notts Outlaws, 8:45 PMJune 14, MondaySurrey vs Glamorgan, 11:00 PMJune 15, TuesdayYorkshire Vikings vs Leicestershire Foxes, 11:00 PMDurham vs Notts Outlaws, 11:00 PMMiddlesex vs Hampshire, 10:00 PMEssex Eagles vs Sussex Sharks, 11:00 PMSomerset vs Kent Spitfires, 11:00 PMNorthamptonshire Steelbacks vs Warwickshire, 11:00 PMDerbyshire vs Lancashire Lightning, 11:00 PMJune 16, WednesdayWorcestershire Rapids vs Yorkshire Vikings, 11:00 PMGlamorgan vs Kent Spitfires, 11:00 PMLeicestershire Foxes vs Warwickshire, 11:00 PMJune 17, ThursdayDurham vs Lancashire Lightning, 11:00 PMSurrey vs Sussex Sharks, 11:00 PMMiddlesex vs Gloucestershire, 11:00 PMDerbyshire vs Northamptonshire Steelbacks, 11:00 PMJune 18, FridayWarwickshire vs Lancashire Lightning, 11:00 PMYorkshire Vikings vs Durham, 11:00 PMSurrey vs Hampshire, 11:00 PMWorcestershire Rapids vs Northamptonshire Steelbacks, 10:00 PMGlamorgan vs Middlesex, 11:00 PMSussex Sharks vs Somerset, 11:30 PMEssex Eagles vs Gloucestershire, 11:30 PMNotts Outlaws vs Derbyshire, 10:30 PMJune 19, SaturdaySomerset vs Glamorgan, 11:30 PMJune 20, SundayGloucestershire vs Hampshire, 7:00 PMKent Spitfires vs Essex Eagles, 7:00 PMYorkshire Vikings vs Derbyshire, 7:00 PMDurham vs Warwickshire, 7:00 PMLancashire Lightning vs Notts Outlaws, 7:00 PMNorthamptonshire Steelbacks vs Leicestershire Foxes, 7:00 PMJune 21, MondaySurrey vs Essex Eagles, 11:00 PMJune 22, TuesdayGloucestershire vs Kent Spitfires, 11:00 PMSussex Sharks vs Glamorgan, 11:30 PMDerbyshire vs Leicestershire Foxes, 11:30 PMNotts Outlaws vs Worcestershire Rapids, 10:30 PMJune 23, WednesdayYorkshire Vikings vs Worcestershire Rapids, 11:00 PMDurham vs Northamptonshire Steelbacks, 11:00 PMSurrey vs Somerset, 11:00 PMJune 24, ThursdayWarwickshire vs Derbyshire, 11:00 PMGloucestershire vs Glamorgan, 11:00 PMMiddlesex vs Essex Eagles, 10:45 PMJune 25, FridaySurrey vs Middlesex, 11:00 PMWorcestershire Rapids vs Durham, 10:00 PMSussex Sharks vs Gloucestershire, 11:00 PMEssex Eagles vs Kent Spitfires, 11:00 PMSomerset vs Hampshire, 11:00 PMNorthamptonshire Steelbacks vs Lancashire Lightning, 11:00 PMDerbyshire vs Notts Outlaws, 11:30 PMLeicestershire Foxes vs Yorkshire Vikings, 11:30 PMJune 26, SaturdayWarwickshire vs Durham, 7:00 PMYorkshire Vikings vs Northamptonshire Steelbacks, 11:00 PMNotts Outlaws vs Lancashire Lightning, 7:30 PMJune 27, SundayWorcestershire Rapids vs Leicestershire Foxes, 7:00 PMMiddlesex vs Glamorgan, 7:00 PMSussex Sharks vs Surrey, 7:00 PMJune 28, MondayHampshire vs Middlesex, 11:00 PMKent Spitfires vs Somerset, 11:30 PMJune 29, TuesdayGlamorgan vs Surrey, 11:00 PMSussex Sharks vs Kent Spitfires, 11:30 PMEssex Eagles vs Somerset, 11:30 PMLeicestershire Foxes vs Northamptonshire Steelbacks, 11:00 PMJune 30, WednesdayHampshire vs Surrey, 11:30 PMWarwickshire vs Yorkshire Vikings, 11:00 PMNorthamptonshire Steelbacks v Durham, 11:00 PMJuly 1, ThursdayGloucestershire vs Somerset, 11:00 PMLancashire Lightning vs Worcestershire Rapids, 11:00 PMMiddlesex vs Sussex Sharks, 10:45 PMEssex Eagles vs Glamorgan, 11:30 PMNotts Outlaws vs Leicestershire Foxes, 11:00 PMJuly 2, FridayHampshire vs Gloucestershire, 11:30 PMKent Spitfires vs Surrey, 11:30 PMWarwickshire vs Notts Outlaws, 11:00 PMYorkshire Vikings vs Lancashire Lightning, 11:00 PMDurham vs Leicestershire Foxes, 11:00 PMGlamorgan vs Sussex Sharks, 11:00 PMSomerset vs Middlesex, 11:00 PMDerbyshire vs Worcestershire Rapids, 11:30 PMJuly 9, FridayHampshire vs Somerset, 11:30 PMGloucestershire vs Middlesex, 7:00 PMLancashire Lightning vs Northamptonshire Steelbacks, 11:00 PMDurham vs Derbyshire, 11:00 PMSurrey vs Kent Spitfires, 11:00 PMWorcestershire Rapids vs Warwickshire, 10:00 PMSussex Sharks vs Essex Eagles, 11:30 PMNotts Outlaws vs Yorkshire Vikings, 11:00 PMJuly 16, FridayHampshire vs Essex Eagles, 6:30 PMHampshire vs Sussex Sharks, 11:30 PMGloucestershire vs Surrey, 7:00 PMWarwickshire vs Worcestershire Rapids, 11:00 PMLancashire Lightning vs Durham, 11:00 PMMiddlesex vs Kent Spitfires, 10:45 PMGlamorgan vs Somerset, 11:00 PMNorthamptonshire Steelbacks vs Derbyshire, 11:00 PMLeicestershire Foxes vs Notts Outlaws, 11:00 PMJuly 17, SaturdayLancashire Lightning vs Yorkshire Vikings, 11:30 PMJuly 18, SundayHampshire vs Glamorgan, 7:00 PMKent Spitfires vs Sussex Sharks, 7:00 PMDerbyshire vs Yorkshire Vikings, 7:00 PMWarwickshire vs Northamptonshire Steelbacks, 7:00 PMEssex Eagles vs Middlesex, 7:00 PMSomerset vs Gloucestershire, 7:00 PMNotts Outlaws vs Durham, 7:00 PMLeicestershire Foxes vs Worcestershire Rapids, 7:00 PMAugust 24, TuesdayFirst quarter-final, 11:00 PMAugust 25, WednesdaySecond quarter-final, 11:00 PMAugust 26, ThursdayThird quarter-final, 11:00 PMAugust 27, FridayFourth quarter-final, 11:00 PMSeptember 18, SaturdayFirst semi-final, 3:30 PMSecond semi-final, 7:00 PMFinal, 10:45 PM.T20 Blast 2021 broadcast details: Where to watch T20 Blast 2021? fans who wish to catch the T20 Blast live stream can do so on the respective website and YouTube channels of the participating teams.T20 Blast teamsMiddlesexMax Holden, Stephen Eskinazi, Martin Andersson, Nick Gubbins, John Simpson (wk), James Harris, Tom Helm, Nathan Sowter, Steven Finn (C), Eoin Morgan, Joshua De Caires, Sam Robson, Luke Hollman, Mitchell Marsh, Paul Stirling, Jack Davies, Joe Cracknell, Peter Handscomb, Robbie White, Blake Cullen, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Thilan Walallawita, Tim Murtagh, Toby Roland-JonesKent SpitfiresDaniel Bell-Drummond (C), Zak Crawley, Oliver Robinson (wk), Jack Leaning, Alex Blake, Jordan Cox, Grant Stewart, Matt Milnes, Imran Qayyum, Fred Klaassen, Joe Denly, Tawanda Muyeye, Darren Stevens, Miguel Cummins, Mohammad Amir, Nathan Gilcrhsit, Qais Ahmad, Tim Groenewald, Matthew Quinn, Harry Podmote, Heino Kuhn, Ollie Robinson, Sam Billings, Hamidullah QadriSomersetSteven Davies (wk), Devon Conway, Will Smeed, Tom Abell (C), Lewis Goldsworthy, Lewis Gregory, Tom Lammonby, Craig Overton, Roelof van der Merwe, Ollie Sale, Max Waller, Merchant de Lange, Josh Davey, Jack Leach, Jack Brooks, Ned Leonard, Kasey Aldridge, Ben Green, Eddie Byrom, James Hildreth, Sam Young, Tom BantonSurreyWill Jacks, Hashim Amla, Ben Foakes (wk), Rory Burns (C), Jamie Smith, Rikki Clarke, Jamie Overton, Liam Plunkett, Gus Atkinson, Daniel Moriarty, Reece Topley, Tom Curran, Sean Abbott, Nicholas Kimber, Matt Dunn, Kemar Roach, James Taylor, Jade Dernbach, Gareth Batty, Conor McKerr, Ollie Pope, Sam Curran, Nico Reifer, Ben Geddes, Laurie Evans, Jason Roy, Mark Stoneman, Ryan Patel, Jordan Clark, Amar Virdi,Sussex SharksPhilip Salt (wk), Luke Wright (C), Calum Macleod, Delray Rawlins, David Wiese, Ravi Bopara, Aaron Thomason, George Garton, Ollie Robinson, Will Beer, Danny Briggs, Ben Brown, Henry Crocombe, Mitchell Claydon, Stuart Meaker, Tymal Mills.GloucestershireMiles Hammond, Chris Dent (C), Ian Cockbain, Ryan Higgins, James Bracey (WK), Jack Taylor, George Scott, Graeme van Buuren, Tom Smith, David Payne, Matt Taylor, George Hankins, Kraigg Brathwaite, Tom Price, Benny Howell, Olivier Price, Tom Lace, Daniel Worrall, Harry Hankins, Jared Warner, Josh ShawHampshireTom Alsop, Sam Northeast, Lewis McManus (wk), James Fuller, Ian Holland, Scott Currie, Ajeet Dale, Brad Wheal, Kyle Abbott, Mason Crane, Chris Wood, Ryan Stevenson, Mohammad Abbas, Keith Barker, Liam Dawson, Aneurin Donald, Felix Organ, Joe Weatherley, D’Arcy Short, James Vince (C)Essex EaglesCameron Delport, Varun Chopra, Tom Westley (C), Daniel Lawrence, Ryan ten Doeschate, Adam Wheater (WK), Paul Walter, Simon Harmer, Shane Snater, Aaron Beard, Feroze Khushi, Nick Browne, Sir Alastair Cook, Michael Pepper, William Buttleman, Adam Zampa, Aron Nijjar, Ben Allison, Jack Plom, Sam Cook, Peter Siddle, Jamie PorterYorkshire VikingsAdam Lyth, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Joe Root, Harry Brook, Will Fraine, Jonathan Tattersall (wk), Jordan Thompson, Matthew Fisher, Josh Sullivan, Jack Shutt, Duanne Olivier, Dominic Leech, Dom Bess, Ben Coad, Adil Rashid, Jonny Bairstow, Harry Duke, Ben Birkhead, George Hill, Mathew Pillans, Josh Poysden, Dawid Malan, Gary Ballance, James Wharton, Matthew Revis, Tom Loten, David Willey, Matthew Waite, Steven Patterson (C)GlamorganChris Cooke (C & wk), Kiran Carlson, Callum Taylor, Andrew Balbirnie, Billy Root, Daniel Douthwaite, Andrew Salter, Timm van der Gugten, Prem Sisodiya, Colin Ingram, Marnus Labuschagne, Nicholas Selman, David Lloyd, Michael Neser, Joe Cooke, Roman Walker, Ruaidhri Smith, Michael Hogan, Kames Weighell, Jamie Mcllroy, Alex HortonDurham Alex Lees, Graham Clark, Jack Burnham, Michael Jones, Sean Dickson, Will Young, Alex Thomson, Ben Raine, Ben Stokes, Cameron Steel, Matt Salisbury, Paul Coughlin, Scott Borthwick (C), Cameron Bancroft, David Bedingham, Stuart Poynter (WK), Brydon Carse, Liam Trevaskis, Mark Wood, Matty Potts, Ned Eckersley, Chris Rushworth, Jack Campbell, Oliver GibsonBirmingham Bears Adam Hose, Dom Sibley, Dan Mousley, Ed Pollock, Hanuma Vihari, Pieter Malan, Robert Yates, Sam Hain, Alex Thomson, Chris Woakes, Jacob Bethell, Matthew Lamb, Tim Bresnan, Will Rhodes (C), Michael Burgess (WK), Craig Miles, Danny Briggs, Ethan Brookes, George Furrer, George Garrett, Henry Brookes, Jake Lintott, Liam Norwell, Manraj Johal, Oliver Hannon-Dalby, Olly Stone, Ryan SidebottomDerbyshire FalconsBilly Godleman, Luis Reece, Wayne Madsen, Alex Hughes (C), Leus du Plooy, Matthew Critchley, Fynn Hudson-Prentice, Matt McKiernan, Brooke Guest (WK), Michael Cohen, Samuel Conners, Thomas Wood, Anuj Dal, Nils Priestley, Ben McDermott, Nick HotslakeLancashire LightningKeaton Jennings, Liam Livingstone, Luke Wells, Owais Shah, Danny Lamb, Shreyas Iyer, Alex Davies (WK), Steven Croft, Dane Vilas (C), Josh Bohannon, Rob Jones, Danny Lamb, Tom Hartley, Tom Bailey, Liam Hurt, Finn Allen, Jos Buttler, George Balderson, George Lavelle, Edwin Moulton, George Burrows, Jack Blatherwick, Jack Morley, James Anderson, Jackson Bird, Matt Parkinson, Richard Gleeson, Saqib MahmoodLeicestershire FoxesGeorge Rhodes, Hassan Azad, Harry Dearden, Marcus Harris, Nick Welch, Rishi Patel, Sam Evans, Aaron Lilley, Ben Mike, Colin Ackermann (C), Scott Steel, Harry Swindells (WK), Lewis Hill, Sam Bates, Alex Evans, Callum Parkinson, Chris Wright, Dieter Klein, Ed Barnes, Gavin Griffiths, Nathan Bowley, Will DavisNorthants SteelbacksRichard Levi, Joshua Cobb (C), Adam Rossington(WK), Alex Wakely, Saif Zaib, Graeme White, Ben Sanderson, Nathan Buck, Brandon Glover, Ben Curran, Charlie Thurston, Emilio Gay, Gareth Berg, Luke Procter, Rob Keogh, Tom Taylor, Ricardo Vasconcelos, Curtley-Jack White, Graeme White, Simon Karrigon, Wayne ParnellNotts Outlaws Alex Hales, Joe Clarke, Ben Duckett, Tom Moores (wk), 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Phoenix Investment Company Limited (PHIN.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Financial sector has released it’s 2018 abridged results.For more information about Phoenix Investment Company Limited (PHIN.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Phoenix Investment Company Limited (PHIN.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Phoenix Investment Company Limited (PHIN.mu) 2018 abridged results.Company ProfilePhoenix Investment Company Limited is an investment holding company that works through two segments; insurance and corporate, to provide life insurance products and general financial services. The company controls Phoenix Beverages Limited as its subsidiary which deals in the manufacturing, distribution and sale of beverages. Phoenix Investment Company Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Rak Unity Petroleum Company Plc (RAKUNT.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Energy sector has released it’s 2018 annual report.For more information about Rak Unity Petroleum Company Plc (RAKUNT.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Rak Unity Petroleum Company Plc (RAKUNT.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Rak Unity Petroleum Company Plc (RAKUNT.ng) 2018 annual report.Company ProfileRak Unity Petroleum Company Plc sells and distributes a range of petroleum products in Nigeria and has business interests in storing oil, gas and kerosene. The company’s Bulk division sells petroleum products in bulk which includes premium motor spirits, automotive gas oil, dual purpose kerosene and lubricants. The Retail division sells petroleum products through a network of retail outlets in the major towns and cities of Nigeria. The Dump division sells petroleum products through dumpsites at customers’ premises. Lubricants are marketed in partnership with an international lube manufacturer. Rak Unity Petroleum Company Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
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Save this picture!© Adam Letch+ 22Curated by María Francisca González Share South Africa Houses “COPY” “COPY” Projects Benguela Cove / SAOTA CopySave this picture!© Adam LetchRecommended ProductsWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Curved Hinged Door | AlbaDoorsVEKADoors – VEKAMOTION 82DoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceText description provided by the architects. Nature pervades the house –the seamless flow of internal floors and ceilings out into external living spaces is mirrored by the fynbos planting which stalks the edges of the internal envelope, enfolds the terraces and decks and seeps into the garden courtyard. The setting for this house within Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate, on the Botrivier Lagoon south-east of Cape Town is spectacular – a slope of indigenous fynbos vegetation runs into the broad waters of a tidal estuary bordered by mountains. The considered architectural design by SAOTA and Interiors by ARRCC of this holiday house in negotiate the inherent paradox of such exposure to nature – how to shackle the extreme elements – sun, salt, rain and, in particular, high winds – whilst allowing the exceptional natural beauty of the site to pervade every space.Save this picture!© Adam LetchSave this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!© Adam LetchSeen from the lagoon the result is a memorable composition – at once a considered response to the contours and microclimate of the site and a poetic narrative of shelter and outlook. Such an unusual form could feel out of place without its references to the distinct local typologies of barns and fruit-packing sheds. Timber sidings appear at the entrance and are repeated on key ceiling planes, the roofs are a celebration of corrugated aluminium, the over-sailing arms of the “C” shaped layout are a reinterpretation of the traditional “alphabetic” planning of the wings or “werfs” of historic local farms.Save this picture!© Adam LetchThe owner’s vision for a comfortable retreat for his children coupled with liveable outdoor spaces for entertaining was developed into a “C” shaped plan whose wings serve to maximise outlook, frame views and create a large sheltered courtyard. This distinctive sheltering shape is again expressed in the wrapped floor-wall-roof profile of the three wings which, assembled together one above the other, track the site as it slopes towards the water. The interior design by ARRCC captures the minimalist sensibility of the architecture.Save this picture!© Adam LetchEntrance at the back of the building is deliberately understated; a modest canopy shelters the front door opening onto a landing from which a broad spine gently traces down the natural gradient alongside a generous garden courtyard. The corridor ends at the kitchen, whose island – a solid block of granite – forms a fulcrum with the principle living areas placed at right angles, parallel with the lagoon. The kitchen looks out over open-plan dining and lounge areas towards a fireplace and picture window framed in a massive concrete hearth wall.Save this picture!© Adam LetchOccasional elements contrast raw materials with more refined details – the kitchen island- formed from rough solid blocks of granite – is highly polished on its counter “Through the use of rich materials and an edited colour pallette, the decor is seamlessly intergrated optimising the sense of space” says Mark Rielly, ARRCC Director. The flues are clad in carefully pre-weathered Cor-Ten steel.Save this picture!© Adam LetchThroughout the house loose furnishings selected by ARRCC, generally sourced from local manufacturer OKHA, provide a warm and luxurious counterpoint to the architecture. OKHA’s signature fine wool and bamboo silk Diamond Rug which takes its inspiration from geometry and rock formations complement the granite floors of the living room. Seating is provided by an impromptu collection of OKHA’s luxurious L-shaped Jada sofa, solid oak frame Miles armchair and Nicci armchair in olive-green leather finish. To anchor the collection the Capri Coffee table in Volakas White marble was chosen to resonate with the geological surrounds. Occasional leather poufs add a casual flair to the layout.Save this picture!First floor planThe internal living wing is held between garden courtyard and covered decks leading out to a pool which appears to blend into the lagoon beyond. The slope of the distinctive timber clad soffit was carefully calibrated to provide shelter from the prevailing wind. It extends out from the lounge to create an external living room and outdoor kitchen which are further enclosed by moveable screens.Save this picture!© Adam LetchThe dining area boasts OKHA’s Bison dining table which can easily accommodate up to 10 people. The Bison’s solid oak table top forges a hand-in-glove narrative with the ceiling’s beautiful timber sidings. The stair rises alongside a CNC-cut timber screen. The two upper wings house bedrooms with elevated views across the lagoon to the mountains. Overlooking the deck OKHA’s signature swivel STM armchair provides the viewer with a 360-degree view of estuary and interior. The edited approach to the interiors places emphasis on the use of the architectural materials such as concrete and granite.Save this picture!© Adam LetchProject gallerySee allShow lessWall of Knowledge Middle School / Tarik Zoubdi Architect + Mounir Benchekroun ArchitectSelected ProjectsBackyard / CCDISelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/901654/benguela-cove-saota Clipboard Benguela Cove / SAOTASave this projectSaveBenguela Cove / SAOTA ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/901654/benguela-cove-saota Clipboard CopyAbout this officeSAOTAOfficeFollowProductsGlassSteelStone#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesInterior DesignResidential InteriorsHouse InteriorsOverberg DCSouth AfricaPublished on September 17, 2018Cite: “Benguela Cove / SAOTA” 17 Sep 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Puttingpersonnel records on the intranet and giving employees control over theinformation can transform the way a company does business, according to Cisco’sglobal HR communications director. Speakingat the ECA International Conference in London last week, Liz Bak claimed thattraining is transformed when employees can register for on-line coaching at anytime. She said,“If a manager wants to have a discussion with an employee around performancethey can go on-line, click on the coaching area and have an on-line session onhow to handle performance reviews.” Thecompany has a high-trust approach to expenses, she added, in which people havethe freedom, within certain guidelines, to make their own decision aboutspending and have the money reimbursed within 48 hours. Bak believes it cutsdown on administrative costs and the guidelines prevent any abuse. Training on-line helps businessOn 28 Nov 2000 in Personnel Today
… in briefOn 3 Apr 2001 in Personnel Today Thisweek’s news in briefTribunalsrethinkTheEmployment Tribunals Regulations 2001 were laid before Parliament last week.They include new powers to strike out ill-founded claims, and an increase tothe costs that can be awarded to an applicant. The regulations are due to comeinto force on 18 April 2001. www.dti.gov.ukRedtape pledge WilliamHague, leader of the Conservative Party, pledged to only promote those ministerswho managed to reduce regulation if the Tories are elected to power.Hemade his promise at the British Chambers of Commerce National Conference andExhibition last week when he stressed his determination to ease the burden ofred tape on business in the UK. www.britishchambers.org.ukPMhears concernsPrimeMinister Tony Blair told employers he is listening to their concerns over plansto give women the right to return to work part-time after having a child.Employersat the British Chambers of Commerce conference in London claimed that extrarights for new mothers would increase costs. www.britishchambers.org.ukPosthumousawardAcable TV worker made legal history last week when he won his unfair dismissalcase posthumously – some two years after his death. Simon Haddon was sacked byTelewest Communications because he was taking too much time off for his kidneydialysis treatment. AnimalclimbdownTwoCity firms have severed their links with animal testing company Huntingdon LifeSciences after a campaign of harassment by animal rights extremists.WinterfloodSecurities and Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein who financially backed HuntingdonLife Sciences have been the target of protests led by the Stop HuntingdonAnimal Cruelty group. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed.
What can people at work expect from Tony Blair’s second government? Muchdepends on the chosen agendas of the restructured Whitehall departments, plusthe implications of extending public-private partnerships. But the single European currency looks set to be a recurrent theme. A euroreferendum by the end of 2003 is a strong bet, despite Gordon Brown’s caution.And once normal politics gives way to alliances of those for and against euromembership, arguments will abound about the consequences for UK jobs. So howshould one decide whether the euro can pass the jobs test? Euro membership will change the institutions that regulate overall demand inthe economy. This will not directly influence the number of jobs consistentwith meeting the Government’s inflation target – which is determined by howwell the labour market works. Ditching the pound could have an indirect impact on this sustainableemployment rate if UK employers were hit by more regulation from Brussels. Butthe UK is subject to Social Europe legislation whatever happens to the pound.And anyway, the common notion that EU directives are inevitably harmful to UKjobs is simplistic. The same goes for the constant refrain that “3 million UK jobs dependon EU trade”. This is true, but it is highly unlikely that saying”no” to the euro would reduce the existing volume of trade withEurope. Moreover, even if jobs were lost by standing aside from the euro,keeping the pound would leave the Bank of England free to cut interest rates inline with slacker conditions in the jobs market, thereby boosting demand forworkers. The real jobs test, therefore, relates to the effect of euro membership onfluctuations in employment around the sustainable rate. Locking the pound tothe euro should mean more job stability since the economy would no longersuffer the harmful consequences of currency gyrations against the eurozonecountries. But this holds only if the “one-size-fits all” interest rate setfor the eurozone by the European Central Bank is right for UK conditions. Ifnot, the onus would fall on changes in taxation, public spending and borrowingto avoid boom or bust whenever the economy is knocked off course. Given thatsuch fiscal fine-tuning is far from easy, the euro could make employment more unstable.Most economists agree that joining the euro at the current exchange ratewould cause major stability problems and place UK exporters at a severecompetitive disadvantage. The eventual fall-out would dwarf the 350,000manufacturing jobs lost in the past three years because of the strength of thepound relative to the euro. So whatever the power of the ideological case for or against membership, theeuro will not pass the jobs test until the practicalities of achieving safeentry at a sensible rate have been properly dealt with. By John Philpott, Chief economist at the Chartered Institute of Personneland Development Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Will the euro really hurt UK jobs market?On 19 Jun 2001 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.
A 40 km line across George VI Ice Shelf was sounded in January 1981 by both radio echo and seismic reflection methods. Because the velocities of radio and seismic waves vary with ice density in different ways, an accurate comparison of travel times from the two methods allowed the average density of the ice shelf to be calculated. A distinguishable echo from the base of the ice shelf was recorded at 22 out of 23 seismic stations. Continuous radio echo profiling was achieved in ice varying in thickness from about 200 to 350 m. The calculated mean densities fell into two groups, In an area where summer meltwater frequently floods the surface the average densities were around 0.915 Mg m−3, while in the drier areas the average densities were around 0.884 Mg m−3. Apart from this division, there was no apparent systematic variation of average density with position. The sounding was carried out approximately along a flowline on the ice shelf. The variation of ice density with depth and position is difficult to allow for when modelling the deformation of ice shelves. Measured values of surface strain-rate, for example, may in some circumstances need to be corrected for effects due to the compressibility of snow.