Bolsafinanzas.com
  • Telkom victorious in labour court

    Telkom victorious in labour court

    In a statement, Telkom said the union had approached the court on August 1 to stop it from completing retrenchments as part of its restructuring. Acting Judge Sean Snyman ruled on Tuesday that consultation processes held over 300 potential job cuts from April to July were procedurally fair, and that the conduct of the CWU had pointed to attempts to scupper the process.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Rep. Wasserman Schultz thanks her supporters

    Rep. Wasserman Schultz thanks her supporters

    Despite this, Sanders' backing of her opponent Tim Canova, Wasserman Schultz still sailed to victory against the law school professor. Wasserman Schultz stepped down from the DNC near the start of the Democratic National Convention this summer after an email hack fueled criticism that she was favoring Hillary Clinton over Sanders in the presidential primary process.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Couple kidnapped by Taliban beg for life in latest video clip

    US and Canadian officials have said they are aware of the video of Caitlan Coleman, a USA citizen and her Canadian husband, Joshua Boyle, who were kidnapped in 2012 while on a backpacking trip. The footage was uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday and came to public attention through the Site Intelligence Group, which monitors extremist activity online, AP said.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Anti-immigration threat: Mexico insists on inviting Trump

    Anti-immigration threat: Mexico insists on inviting Trump

    Donald trump is back in the US after a quick trip to Mexico before laying out his immigration plan - taking a hard line on millions of immigrants in the U.S. "On day one, we will begin working on an impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, handsome southern border wall", Trump told a crowd at a rally in Phoenix , Arizona.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Road in Bhubaneswar to be named after Mother Teresa

    Road in Bhubaneswar to be named after Mother Teresa

    She said, "They decorated for me". "That really is the story of Mother' Teresa's life". There were no words to describe how happy I was. So inspired, he chose to reach out to her. At the time of her death, there were 3,842 sisters serving in 594 homes across 120 countries. Over the years, we kind of developed a mother-son relationship.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Violence erupts in Zimbabwe's capital after anti-Mugabe rally

    Violence erupts in Zimbabwe's capital after anti-Mugabe rally

    The demonstrators were demanding urgent electoral reforms ahead of 2018 polls. In a separate interview, an officer with the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) said he was no longer taking orders from his superiors when it came to arresting civilians suspected of instigating violent protests.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Secuestro, persecución y tiroteo en Buenos Aires

    Secuestro, persecución y tiroteo en Buenos Aires

    Tras la denuncia de los familiares, intervinieron el fiscal federal de Lomas, Sergio Mola, y la Dirección Departamental de Investigaciones (DDI) de Lomas de Zamora . Al localizarlos, los maleantes quisieron huir a pie, pero fueron perseguidos y se inició un tiroteo , hasta que fueron capturados. Tras una breve persecución, los efectivos de la Policía Metropolitana detuvieron a tres de los cuatro secuestradores y les decomisaron tres pistolas calibre 9 milímetros, dos de ellas de la Policía ...

    Sigue leyendo...
  • UP revisará supuesto plagio en tesis de Peña Nieto

    La reproducción se habría dado a por lo menos 10 autores , como Miguel de la Madrid , Diego Valadés , Enrique Krauze , Jesús Orozco, Jorge Carpizo , Linda Hall , Emilio Rabasa, José María Calderón, Víctor López Villafañe, Alberto Morales.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Nieto Defends Decision To Invite Trump To Mexico

    Nieto Defends Decision To Invite Trump To Mexico

    And just in case there were any doubt about what a Trump administration would be like, The Donald was clear: "Everyone not following immigration laws is subject to deportation". Mexico's president has a 23% approval rating. But both Trump and Nieto have publicly expressed a willingness in recent weeks to meet with one another.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Who will pay for Donald's wall?

    However, afterward Pena Nieto tweeted that he told the billionaire that Mexico would not pay for it. Defying suggestions he'd soften up, Trump talked tough in Arizona. But in a late evening television interview, an angry-looking Pena Nieto sought to defend himself against a broad swathe of criticism for his decision to invite the Republican candidate despite his repeated verbal attacks on Mexico.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes on launch pad

    There was no immediate word on any injuries; the launch pad usually is cleared before a test firing of a SpaceX Falcon rocket. SpaceX confirmed the explosion happened on its Twitter account. At the same time, personnel were monitoring the air for any toxic fumes. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., said the accident was a reminder that spaceflight is risky.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Gary Medel saldrá a

    Gary Medel saldrá a "morder" como capitán en Paraguay

    La ausencia de Medel se suma a la de Marcelo Díaz, Gonzalo Jara y el bullado arquero nacional, Claudio Bravo, quien por razones personales no estará frente al cuadro boliviano. El jugador formado en Universidad Católica tuvo un "encontrón" con el paraguayo Gustavo Gómez, que le significó sanción y la imposibilidad de jugar frente a Bolivia por la octava fecha de las Clasificatorias Rusia 2018.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • State, Local Police Team Up to Stop Holiday Impaired Driving

    State, Local Police Team Up to Stop Holiday Impaired Driving

    Motorists are also encouraged to report erratic driving by pulling over and calling 9-1-1. Speeding, driving under the influence, distracted driving and failing to wear a seat belt are the four most common causes of fatal crashes. During the campaign, ISP troopers across the state will show zero tolerance for impaired driving and seat belt law violations. Driving distracted takes your eyes off the road.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Daily Mail says junior doctors 'barter lives for cash'

    The impact of these contracts on patients' safety (and doctor recruitment) is precisely the issue junior doctors have raised from the start of the dispute. Junior doctors have "no option" but to walk out once more at Merseyside's hospitals over controversial new contracts, according to a union rep. Mrs May has backed Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, who said up to 100,000 operations and around one million appointments could be cancelled as a result of the strikes.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Donald Trump on immigration: 'I'm not flip-flopping'

    Donald Trump on immigration: 'I'm not flip-flopping'

    During an interview with CNN on Sunday , Trump's new campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway , was asked if the candidate still supports the concept of a "deportation force" that will remove undocumented immigrations. Trump has long called for quicker removal of illegal immigrants who become violent. The police know who they are. "We want to come up with something fair".

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Apple could be sued over 'Touch Disease'

    Finally, the text contains a little great surprise: A Lightning-to-3.5mm jack adaptor will be also found in the box, free of charge. Considering the anticipation of iPhone 7, it seems that the newest iPhone will be nearly similar to the last one, with a slimmer size and possible termination of the headphone jack.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • SJCHS students demonstrate gains in overall ACT score

    SJCHS students demonstrate gains in overall ACT score

    Twenty-six percent of MCHS' 2016 graduating class met all four benchmarks, well above the state average, with the school posting gains in all four subject areas. According to the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals, when compared with the other states 18 that tested 100 percent of their students, Missouri ranked the eighth highest.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Do San Francisco QB Colin Kaepernick's practice socks disrespect police?

    The socks appear to show caricatures of pigs wearing blue police hats. "So before these socks, which were worn before I took my public stance, are used to distract from the real issues, I wanted to address this immediately". The San Francisco Police Officers Association responded by sending letters of complaint to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and to 49ers owner Jed York.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Incineraron restos de Juan Gabriel en California

    Incineraron restos de Juan Gabriel en California

    El martes 6 de setiembre, los restos de Juan Gabriel regresarían a Ciudad Juárez para ser depositados en la chimenea de su casa en una ceremonia familiar privada a la espera de que se cumpla su última voluntad de ser esparcidos en más de un punto de México.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Argentina 1-0 Uruguay: Messi marks return with winner

    Cristian Rodriguez replaced Lodeiro as Uruguay's first substitution. Who do you think will win on Friday, Messi's Argentina or Suarez's Uruguay? Superstar Luis Suarez was left frustrated as the visitors' midfield couldn't produce quality chances for the strikers while Argentina held on with an inspired and tricky Messi leading the way.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Sólo habrá que pagar un mes de comisión — Alquileres

    Sólo habrá que pagar un mes de comisión — Alquileres

    Si bien el fallo es definitivo, el Colegio Único de Corredores Inmobiliarios de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires (Cucicba) - que es el organismo encargado de controlar y a quien el juez le exige que vele por el cumplimiento de la sentencia - tiene tres días hábiles, desde su notificación, para apelar la medida.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Grays man among five dead at Camber Sands on Wednesday, police confirm

    Grays man among five dead at Camber Sands on Wednesday, police confirm

    A second woman told Sky News that the beach could be deceptively risky, adding: "The tides come in around the banks so people are sitting on the banks and don't realise the water's coming in behind them". Mr Payne added: 'If the authorities had not intervened, I would have felt compelled to do something - either raise the issue directly with the man or ask the beach patrol why nothing was done'.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Tension venezuela marchas septiembre nicolas maduro

    La oposición venezolana convocó hoy a una movilización que se concentró en tres puntos del este de la ciudad, la avenida Río de Janeiro, la avenida Libertador y la avenida Francisco de Miranda, aunque otras vías de la ciudad adyacentes a estas también registraron concentración de opositores.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • United Kingdom to reject changes to Calais border deal

    Britain's approach to Syrian refugees, who are being allowed to claim asylum in camps bordering their own country, should also be adopted more widely, making perilous journeys across land and sea unnecessary. Sarkozy, the ex-President of France, is back to the big politic. So it was inevitable perhaps that the "Jungle" camp would become a key battleground as Juppe and Sarkozy court supporters to secure the Republican nomination by moving their tanks on to Marine le Pen's lawn.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Olympic champion Andy Murray advances in Cincinnati

    It's just at the start it was a bit sore. Murray only had three days to recover between his win over Juan Martin Del Potro on Sunday and comfortable victory over Monaco on Wednesday, who he also beat on the way to gold in Rio. On Friday night the Brit beat Bernard Tomic 6-4, 6-4 to reach the semis, before defeating Raonic 6-3, 6-3 on Saturday. Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer skipped the tournament, and Rafael Nadal was knocked out early as he plays back into shape following a severe wrist ...

    Sigue leyendo...