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first_imgFriday 19 December 2014 11:42 am 2015: Bring on the year of empowerment Share Show Comments ▼ Emma Haslett center_img whatsapp whatsapp It’s dangerous territory, some smart-arse proffering a crystal ball projection of the future.  From weathermen to economists, the curse of the prediction has floored many a better man and woman than I; but as the headline states, we are wallowing in the age of empowerment.  I’m not talking about John Lennon’s “power to the people”, revolution and all that jazz – I’m musing on a power shift so profound that as it creeps into all aspects of our lives, the blinkered and belligerent will be left in its wake. With this in mind and feeling empowered, predict I will. All aspects of our lives are now subject to a refreshing layer of empowerment fuelled by our digital infrastructure – our intuitive, protected and “nowhere-to-hide” transparent friend. And, of course for some, foe. This year witnessed the kick-off of the UN’s Decade of Sustainability for All – an audacious program placing the individual at the heart of its programme for change, empowering the person to affect positive change through a multitude of initiatives, from harnessing natural energy to education programmes.  Track back to 2007 and Tesco funded the Sustainable Consumption Institute with a £25m grant. Seven years on we are witnessing a shift from stick to carrot. In government, the idea of “crowdsourced” is no longer a buzzy vote pleaser. Citizens’ imaginative ideas are viewed as the start point to a sustainable future – across the world, initiatives and programmes inform action, a new type of government model in play. Midata Labs, the cross-organisational partnership blending academic, government and commercial bodies collaborates to empower and protect consumers in the data age, wrestling back the ethics on who owns and can use your data. The tipping point cometh, the big push to claw back personal data from the conglomerates and put basic (as my mother would say, “polite”) measures in place to at least ask for permission to use one’s precious data profiles. The theme is rampant, from diagnosing and managing health to sharing opinion to defining the actual activities of organisations and government bodies. In parallel, commercial brands are embracing the shift to empowerment. Unilever, for example, has pledged to empower five million women through its employment programme, but also to empower young entrepreneurs within its supply chain, shifting from “say” to “do”.  While few brands pooh-pooh the idea of empowerment, the genuine shift from listening to responding to a model where comment and ideas are embraced will affect everything a brand does. One angry tweet can torpedo a brand, but it’s how the organization structures itself to embrace genuine ideas and comment that will win out. Arguably. a prediction loses some of its punch if it’s already happening – but it’s the prevalence I predict.  Tags: NULLlast_img read more

first_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Mechanic Joe Mallon Motors Ltd is a family owned and run business in Naas since the 1960s. Joe Mallon Motors has been selling Renault cars and commercials and is the main Renault dealer for Kildare and Laois.Over the years, we have established a large base of satisfied customers. A quality service for each customer is forefront to all staff members to achieve our company motto: TEAM – Total Effort Among Many.Due to growing business levels we are increasing our workshop team. We are currently seeking to recruit Fully Qualified Service Technicians to join our team.Motor Service Technician/Mechanics required for Portlaoise Experienced mechanics should ideally have recent Renault dealer experience. Formal skills training with a recognised automotive organisation is essential.Experienced technicians should be skilled in all aspects of vehicle repairs and servicing including diagnostics and electronics.You must be able to produce high quality work in a busy environment and be motivated through set targets, showing flexibility according to the needs of your team.You will be a committed individual with a positive, ‘can do’ attitude, and willingness to work as part of an effective team.You will have good communication skills to ensure the smooth and efficient flow of work through the workshop, making sure you liaise with other team members to meet and exceed customer expectations.Candidate Requirements:Carry out fault diagnosis, service, and repair.Ensure faults are accurately diagnosed and report to workshop controller as required on vehicle condition, safety, reliability and performance.Indicate to workshop controller possible future faults and repair requirements.Ensure that quality procedures relating to the function laid down by the Company are adhered to at all times.Ensure all procedures relating to service books and service, repair and warranty are carried out.Maintain all records and paperwork relevant to the function, ensuring they are accurate and up to date at all times.To ApplyIf you meet the above requirements and are interested in becoming a member of our team please apply below including full Cover Letter and CV attached. This is a great chance to work within a very successful motor dealership who rewards hard work and dedication and a company that offers you the opportunity to further your skills.Address: Abbeyleix Rd, Portlaoise, Co LaoisWebsite: www.joemallonportlaoise.ieSEE ALSO – Check out the dedicated jobs section on LaoisToday.ie New Arles road opens but disquiet over who was invited to official opening Home Jobs JOB VACANCY: Joe Mallon Motors are looking to hire Motor Service Technician/Mechanics… Jobs Council Facebook JOB VACANCY: Joe Mallon Motors are looking to hire Motor Service Technician/Mechanics in Portlaoise Facebook Laois secondary school announces scholarship winners for new academic year TAGSJoe Mallon MotorsJoe Mallon Motors Portlaoise Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleJOB VACANCY: Joe Mallon Motors are looking for Sales ExecutivesNext articleDeep sadness in Stradbally as pillar of the community passes away LaoisToday Reporter Community Community Pinterest By LaoisToday Reporter – 29th November 2018 Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ Twitterlast_img read more

first_img AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] News By Daily NK – 2009.12.09 5:33pm News Facebook Twitter Time to Reveal the Truth at Last There are signs that North Korea is running into serious difficulties with its corn harvest News center_img News Entire border patrol unit in North Hamgyong Province placed into quarantine following “paratyphoid” outbreak RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR SHARE I lived in a society full of fallacy and deception for a long time. At first I believed that both fallacy and deception were necessary for the liberation of the masses and the working people; in other words, in order to win the struggle against the exploiting class. However, I realized later on that they have more to do with the ego of the dictator. A dictator’s ego is intensely reflected in the idea of the cult of personality. North Korea has the severest hierarchy and cult of personality in the world. Being at the center of North Korea’s ruling system, it was impossible for me not to flatter the dictator and be a part of the false propaganda. Yet fallacy and deception cannot coexist with a scholar’s conscience and sound judgment. What tormented me the most during my service to the North Korean regime was my own awareness of being used for fallacy and deception.But now, as I wrap up my life, I intend to reveal the truth as clearly as possible. I never judged a person whom I hated and hated me back as any worse than he really was. A person I loved and loved me back, I did not beautify without reason. History, in the end, brings everything back to its original place. There is no bigger sin than distorting history. However, I don’t intend to be absolute. I want the readers to view this book critically, from the facts. Ever since I crossed over into South Korea, I have learned about and experienced a lot of new things. But the new knowledge and experiences are not well organized enough to affect my mentality. Here I have tried to disclose what I experienced and felt in North Korea in my own way. North Korea is a form of closed society unparalleled in modern history. The reality of North Korea is not well known to the international community, and is additionally very difficult to understand armed only with common sense. I sincerely hope that my memoirs will help people understand North Korea correctly and find the clues to the issues surrounding it.Hwang Jang Yop North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with Chinalast_img read more

Canadian securities regulators have moved closer to improved transparency in the over-the-counter derivatives market as they updated the model rules for a new derivatives trade reporting regime which were published late last year; and several regulators proposed their own local rules. The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) Thursday published updated model rules for the reporting of derivatives transactions to trade repositories. CSA delays margin requirements for OTC derivatives And, at the same time, three members of the CSA — the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF), the Manitoba Securities Commission (MSC) and the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) — published harmonized province-specific rules based on the updated model rules for comment. The OSC indicates that its proposed rules define the types of contracts or instruments that are required to be reported to a trade repository; establish requirements for the operation of trade repositories; and, sets out requirements for transaction data reporting. If adopted, this will effectively implement Canada’s commitment at the G20 to require all OTC derivative transactions to be reported to trade repositories, while also providing the OSC with “an essential tool to identify and address systemic risk and market abuse.” Regulators in the jurisdictions that didn’t publish proposed local rules today still need legislative amendments to be implemented before they can publish their own province-specific rules, the CSA notes. So, instead of proposed rules, they also issued a multilateral staff notice along with the updated model rules. The comment periods for both the proposed province-specific rules and the updated model rules are the same (ending Sept. 6) and all comments received will be considered before any amendments are made to any of the rules, the CSA says. When final amendments are made, the intention is that each province will publish substantially similar final province-specific rules or multilateral instruments resulting in harmonized requirements that will be applicable across the country. “It is intended that there will be the greatest degree of harmonization possible among all Canadian jurisdictions in respect of derivative rules, even though they will be based on local statutes,” said Bill Rice, chair of the CSA and chair and CEO of the Alberta Securities Commission (ASC). “This publication includes rules classified as either province-specific or model for the reason that necessary supporting legislation is presently in place in some jurisdictions but not others.” Related news Facebook LinkedIn Twitter CSA seeks changes to derivatives rules Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Keywords Over-the-counter securities and derivativesCompanies Canadian Securities Administrators, Ontario Securities Commission Derivatives markets grow, ESMA reports James Langton read more

first_img Canadian Press Miniature House on A Financial Graph iStock Keywords Housing,  Economy The actual national average home price in September was a record $604,000, up 17.5% from September 2019.“Many Canadian housing markets are continuing to see historically strong levels of activity as we enter into the fall market of this very strange year,” CREA chair Costa Poulopoulos said in a statement.In addition to a shortage of property listings in a number of regions, there’s been “fierce competition” among buyers, Poulopoulos said.CREA senior economist Shaun Cathcart said other factors included pent-up demand due to early pandemic-related lockdowns, low interest rates, and government COVID-19 supports.“But I think another wild card factor to consider, which has no historical precedent, is the value of one’s home during this time. Home has been our workplace, our kids’ schools, the gym, the park and more. Personal space is more important than ever.,” Cathcart said.Douglas Porter, chief economist for BMO Capital Markets, said September’s price increase wasn’t a fluke as the average gain over the first nine months of 2020 was 11.6%.But Porter’s commentary concluded by inserting doubt that the “recent sizzling strength” can persist.“The underlying economic conditions simply do not support such a piping hot market over a sustained period,” Porter wrote.CREA said the national average price would be about $125,000 lower if sales in Greater Vancouver and the Greater Toronto Area are excluded..But Porter noted that the MLS Home Price Index, which adjusts for different type of properties sold, has risen 10.3% in the past year.In September, the MLS HPI was up 1.3% from August.CREA attributed the modest month-over-month increase in the number of homes sold, compared with August, to declines in the Greater Toronto Area and Montreal.Those were offset by gains in Ottawa, Greater Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Calgary and Hamilton-Burlington, Ont. Household debt-to-income ratio fell in first quarter: Statscan Share this article and your comments with peers on social media The number of Canadian homes sold last month set a record for the month of September and the national average price soared 17.5% from last year., according to a report Thursday.There were 45.6% more sales compared with September 2019, the Canadian Real Estate Association said. Compared with August, CREA said home sales were up 0.9% on a seasonally adjusted basis. Alberta’s economic outlook on the rise: ATB Financial Companies outperform on digitization, prepare for further growth Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Related newslast_img read more

first_imgAdvertisements RelatedPlant Quarantine Unit Increases Vigilance Plant Quarantine Unit Increases Vigilance UncategorizedMarch 11, 2007 RelatedPlant Quarantine Unit Increases Vigilancecenter_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail As the ICC Cricket World Cup (CWC) 2007 kicks off today, the Plant Quarantine Unit in the Ministry of Agriculture and Lands has stepped up its activities in order to protect the country from the possible introduction of new pests and diseases.With the steady influx of visitors from across the world, and the increased likelihood foods such as fruits being brought in, the Unit has increased its coverage at all ports of entry.Shelia Harvey, Chief Plant Quarantine Officer in the Ministry told JIS News that, “there are some plants coming out of areas that might be infested with the Mediterranean fruit fly, so we would not want those fruits such as mangoes introduced here with the possibility of us getting that pest here”. Such items, she added, would be confiscated by the Jamaica Customs Department.Prior to the staging of the event, she explained that the Unit did not have full coverage at all ports of entry and depended heavily on the Customs Department to carry out its functions.“Usually we have one officer at the airport stationed in the airport itself and this person will work from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. With the many flights coming in at various times, what we have done is to compile a list of the flight times and assigned officers to work with Customs for those flights, and we have done the same for the seaports,” she explained.In order to have full 24-hour coverage, while not increasing the capacity of the Unit, Ms. Harvey said that the officers have been rostered to make this possible during the tournament.While it will be still up to the Customs Department to assess the declaration forms and confiscate prohibited items, the officers from the Unit are responsible for properly disposing of such items. “Everything will be dependent on what they [visitors] respond to on the forms,” she noted.There will also be an increase in signage at all points of entry. “Basically they will say ‘stop, help us keep agricultural pest and diseases out of Jamaica’ and ‘please do not import any pests and diseases by bringing in uncertified plants’,” she explained.“We have a list of things – whether it may be potted plants, fruits and vegetables or seeds – that should not be carried into the country,” Ms. Harvey said. RelatedPlant Quarantine Unit Increases Vigilancelast_img read more

first_imgCountries Marked by Inequality Less Likely to Contain Coronavirus Pandemic, New Analysis Concludes Income inequality within countries correlates with higher COVID-19 infections rates in those nations, shows a new study by the Center on International Cooperation. “Inequality Wedge” Within Nations Reveals Shortcomings in Containing InfectionsIncome inequality within countries correlates with higher COVID-19 infections rates in those nations, finds an analysis by New York University’s Center on International Cooperation (CIC). The newly released paper, “Inequality, Lockdown, and COVID-19,” also raises concerns that these inequalities could hamper vaccination efforts.“The same marginalized communities that were SARS-CoV-2 infection hotspots can also become fertile ground for the virus to develop new strains before enough people are vaccinated,” says Paul von Chamier, the paper’s author and a research officer at CIC. “In fact, inequality in the vaccine rollout, both within countries and between them, already displays a strong income-related pattern, which suggests the risk of repeating the mistake of letting inequities undermine the pandemic response.”Von Chamier also concludes that socio-economic policies aimed at lowering inequality could help diminish the impact of future pandemics.“In the long term, equality and inclusion should become the center of a broader strategy: building resilience against future shocks,” he argues. “A policy commitment to improving socio-economic conditions would be part of a social contract, a genuine investment in a nation’s development, and a way to build back better after the pandemic.”The analysis sought to understand if pre-existing systemic inequities could be linked to higher COVID-19 infection rates.To do so, it examined infection rates in 70 countries from mid-March 2020 through early August 2020, or what is widely seen as the first 21 weeks of the pandemic. It also studied these nations’ levels of inequality and other potential predictive variables: government efficiency (a measure indicating quality of public services and civil service capability), urban population share, share of the population over the age of 65, lockdown measures (calculated by stringency), and geographic mobility (a population’s physical movements as measured by Google’s COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports).The study tracked inequality by using the “Gini Coefficient,” a commonly used metric for measuring income inequality within nations–or, specifically, how far a country’s wealth or income distribution deviates from a completely equal distribution. Under this calculation, the higher the coefficient, the greater the income inequality within that country.Overall, every one-point increase in a country’s Gini Coefficient was correlated with a 1.34-percent increase in coronavirus infection rate over the previous week–an initially slight change that accelerates as the pandemic continues. Due to compound accumulation, after 21 weeks (March through early August 2020), that one additional Gini point correlates with an approximately one-third (32.3 percent) higher overall number of cases in a country.“This relatively small difference accrues in terms of infection rates and becomes significant after a few weeks,” explains von Chamier. “This can be described as an ‘inequality wedge’ that develops over time, with more unequal countries getting notably worse at containing infections toward the end of the analyzed period.”After the first 21 weeks of the pandemic, that one additional Gini point would correlate with a 33-percent higher overall number of cases in a country. For example, in the United Kingdom, this would mean an additional 100,000 cases on top of 300,000 infections, which it had accrued by early August 2020, or 21 weeks after the pandemic started.Von Chamier adds that income inequality is linked to other factors that exacerbate the effects of a pandemic. For example, low levels of social trust have been shown to be more pronounced in countries with high levels of inequality. If these perceptions are applied to professionals–such as doctors and public-health workers–whose role is vital in a pandemic, diminished faith in them is likely to stymie efforts to combat a virus. Moreover, nations with high levels of income inequality are also more likely to have people who lack the financial resources to stay in quarantine and who live in crowded housing conditions–both of which are likely to result in the spread of infections.“A severe lockdown and prompt government action to the COVID-19 pandemic had a demonstrably positive effect on curbing the spread of the virus in 2020,” von Chamier writes. “However, as the weeks and months passed, the crisis response turned from a sprint into a marathon, with underlying socio-economic tensions inevitably coming to the forefront and becoming key in boosting infection rates.”“The paper makes a compelling case that first responses to the COVID-19 crisis are deeply affected by how unequal our societies are,” notes the University of Oxford’s Lant Pritchett, an expert reviewer of the study. “The piece explains well how inequality can affect contagion in a pandemic, through channels such as lowered trust in health professionals and other state institutions, lower savings rates that mean people have to go out into risky work environments, more crowded housing conditions, and poor provision of public services.”Images and captions illustrating the data are available in this Dropbox folder (credit: Courtesy of Paul von Chamier, NYU’s Center on International Cooperation). /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. 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first_img Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox. Two teenagers suspected of starting a fire that severely burned a building in Kalispell were arrested Tuesday, according to authorities.A 15-year-old male from Lakeside and a 16-year-old male from Marion were taken into custody and charged with arson, the Kalispell Police Department announced. They were placed in the Flathead County Juvenile Detention Center on Tuesday following an investigation.On Monday afternoon, fire crews responded to a structure fire on Second Avenue West in Kalispell. When officers and fire department personnel arrived, they found a garage fully engulfed in flames. The responding fire departments extinguished the flames with no damage to neighboring buildings, according to officials.The structure that was heavily burned was the original carriage house for the main residence and was used as a cold storage building. The building was reported to be constructed in 1903 and was listed in Kalispell’s historic registry.The Kalispell Police Department initiated an investigation into the cause of the fire, and multiple witnesses came forward. During the investigation, three teenage males were detained and transported to the Kalispell Police Department. Officers determined that two of the three teenagers were involved in setting the fire.The garage appears to be a complete loss and values are still to be determined, according to the Kalispell Fire Department.Assistance was received from Evergreen Fire Department, Smith Valley Volunteer department and Flathead Electric. Emaillast_img read more

first_img Phased re-opening of schools set to begin later this month RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest The re-opening of schools on a phased basis is set to begin later this month under new government plans.The Sunday Independent reports primary schools will re-open gradually from March 1st – followed by secondary pupils later next month.Leaving Cert pupils will be brought back from February 22nd.The cabinet is also expected to sign off on proposals in the coming days to give sixth years the choice between calculated grades and written exams – or both.Reuban Murray, president of the Irish Second Level Students Union, says that’s welcome:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Schools4pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. AudioHomepage BannerNews Twitter Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Twitter Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme center_img Pinterest Facebook Previous articleAround 3,000 GPs and practice nurses get 1st dose of vaccineNext article788 new Covid-19 cases , 9 of those in Donegal News Highland WhatsApp Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th By News Highland – February 14, 2021 WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Community Enhancement Programme open for applicationslast_img read more

first_img‘ Rampant Stormers hammer Hurricanes ‘ Post by Jon Cardinelli ‘ Herschel Jantjies on the run Loans | Search AdsGetting a loan in Hong Kong may be easier than you thinkLoans | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndo  3628  106 Posted in Stormers, Super Rugby, Teams, Top headlines, Tournaments ‘center_img Datemyage.comThe Best Place To Meet Guys Your Own Age in Tsuen WanDatemyage.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo World Cup-winning Bok quartet in Eddie Jones’ all-time XVMaverick coach Eddie Jones has named his Test dream team made up of players he has worked with throughout his illustrious career.SA Rugby MagUndoHero WarsThis game will keep you up all night!Hero Wars|SponsoredSponsoredUndoDatemyage.comOver 40 And Single?Datemyage.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoBuzzSuperDetails About Meghan Markle’s Wedding Will Leave You SpeechlessBuzzSuper|SponsoredSponsoredUndo熱門話題對肚腩脂肪感到後悔!試了在萬寧賣的這個後…熱門話題|SponsoredSponsoredUndoGrammarlyAvoid Grammatical Errors with This Helpful Browser ExtensionGrammarly|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Published on February 1, 2020 A Stormers side stacked with World Cup stars fired to claim a 27-0 bonus-point win over the Hurricanes at Newlands on Saturday. JON CARDINELLI reports.The Stormers couldn’t have asked for a better start to their 2020 campaign. Powered by seven World Cup winners in their starting side – and, most significantly, five in their starting pack – they pulverised the Hurricanes up front and converted their early chances to seize control of the game.Herschel Jantjies and Damian Willemse exploited the space around the fringes and in the outside channels. The real heroes, however, were the men up front, who completely outplayed their Hurricanes counterparts at the set pieces and breakdowns.So much for a World Cup hangover. Steven Kitshoff, Bongi Mbonambi and Frans Malherbe picked up where they left off in Yokohama three months ago. The Stormers scrum fired and did an exceptional maul.World Rugby Player of the Year Pieter-Steph du Toit and several others didn’t hold back at the gainline. A brutally physical approach took its toll, though, with Siya Kolisi, Mbonambi and Jaco Coetzee all forced to leave the field over the course of the contest.The Stormers scored three tries inside the first half hour. The Hurricanes battled to live with the hosts during this period, and made costly errors under pressure.A small crowd of 18,867 fans had to wait another 31 minutes for the Stormers to add to their tally. Hurricanes replacement Vaea Fifita drove his shoulder into Scarra Ntubeni, and was lucky to receive a yellow card for the offence instead of a red. Willemse kicked the ensuing penalty to take the lead beyond three converted tries.The Stormers defended strongly in the dying stages and managed to keep the Hurricanes pointless. The hosts finished with a flourish when Willemse intercepted a pass inside his own 22 and then outpaced the Hurricanes chasers to score.The result, and much of the performance, mark an encouraging start to the season for the Cape side. If the aforementioned players are cleared of serious injuries, the Stormers will be favourites to beat the Bulls at Newlands next week.Stormers – Tries: Sergeal Petersen, Steven Kitshoff, Herschel Jantjies, Damian Willemse. Conversions: Willemse (2). Penalty: Willemse.Hurricanes – N/AStormers – 15 Dillyn Leyds, 14 Sergeal Petersen, 13 Ruhan Nel, 12 Jamie Roberts, 11 Seabelo Senatla, 10 Damian Willemse, 9 Herschel Jantjies, 8 Siya Kolisi (c), 7 Pieter-Steph du Toit, 6 Jaco Coetzee, 5 Chris van Zyl, 4 Salmaan Moerat, 3 Frans Malherbe, 2 Bongi Mbonambi, 1 Steven Kitshoff.Subs: 16 Scarra Ntubeni, 17 Ali Vermaak, 18 Wilco Louw, 19 David Meihuizen, 20 Ernst van Rhyn, 21 Johan du Toit, 22 Godlen Masimla, 23 Rikus Pretorius.Hurricanes – 15 Jordie Barrett, 14 Wes Goosen, 13 Billy Proctor, 12 Ngani Laumape, 11 Ben Lam, 10 Fletcher Smith, 9 TJ Perenara (c), 8 Gareth Evans, 7 Du’Plessis Kirifi, 6 Reed Prinsep, 5 Scott Scrafton, 4 James Blackwell, 3 Tyrel Lomax, 2 Ricky Riccitelli, 1 Fraser Armstrong.Subs: 16 Asafo Auma, 17 Pouri Rakete-Stones, 18 Tevita Mafileo, 19 Vaea Fifita, 20 Devan Flanders, 21 Jamie Booth, 22 Jackson Garden-Bachop, 23 Vince Aso.Photo: Ryan Wilkisky/BackpagePix BuzzAura16 Cancer Causing Foods You Probably Eat Every DayBuzzAura|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Watch: I wanted to rip Jean’s head off – Jaque FourieSA Rugby MagUndo ‘ ‘ GoGoPeak10 Most Beautiful Cities You Should Visit Once In Your LifetimeGoGoPeak|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAaron Smith names South African as greatest World Cup scrumhalfSA Rugby MagUndoJapan-based Kiwi player: I hope to never experience this againSA Rugby MagUndoAlphaCuteOprah’s New House Cost $90 Million, And This Is What It Looks LikeAlphaCute|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more