31.05.2002 – Second arrest of a journalist since inauguration of President MwanawasaReporters Without Borders protests against the brutalisation of Emmanuel Chilekwa, editor of the privately-owned newspaper The People, who was arrested today for libelling Zambian President Levy Mwanawasa.”We ask you to show your clear commitment to press freedom and to ensure that no other journalist will be arrested” said Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Robert Ménard in a letter to Mwanawasa, who has sued Chilekwa. Reporters Without Borders has called for the offence of “defaming the president” to be depenalised.The Police have released Emmanuel Chilekwa, who wrote that President Mwanawasa had Parkinson’s Disease, without charging him with defaming the President. “They just hand-cuffed me, beat me up and demanded to know who gave me the information about the President and then released me. I refused to give them the information because it is against my ethics”, the journalist said. Fred M’Membe, editor of the privately-owned daily The Post, was detained by police for several hours on 11 February and then released on bail after being charged with libel for reporting that opposition MP Dipak Patel had called the president “a cabbage.” Patel himself was arrested and held for several hours. Police announced on 26 February that proceedings against him had been dropped after he publicly apologised. Reports Zambia : Outspoken Zambian TV channel suspended for 30 days Organisation Receive email alerts Coronavirus infects press freedom in Africa March 29, 2020 Find out more May 31, 2002 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Second arrest of a journalist since inauguration of President Mwanawasa Follow the news on Zambia ZambiaAfrica The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa RSF_en March 12, 2019 Find out more News News Help by sharing this information ZambiaAfrica News November 27, 2020 Find out more to go further
Receive email alerts News Reports Nsabiyabandi spent the afternoon at SNR headquarters being questioned about his supposed collaboration with Radi Inzamba and Humura, two Burundian exile radio stations based in neighbouring Rwanda.The SNR also accused him of not adhering to Radio Isanganiro’s established editorial policies and of stirring up public opinion and inciting revolt, without being able to mention any specific reportage or piece of news that would corroborate these accusations. Nsabiyabandi denied all the accusations and pointed out that, since his appointment as the radio station’s editor in October 2016, he has not receiving any warning from the National Communication Council for bias or misreporting the news.As he was leaving the SNR agents threatened him of possible consequences should he not change his behaviour. Exile radio stations targetedThe regime had already made it clear at a news conference on 17 March that an offensive against independent media outlets was being planned. In particular, the government’s spokesman issued a warning to Bujumbura-based radio stations that were closed down and are now broadcasting from abroad.The authorities appear above all to be targeting the exile radio stations in Rwanda: Humura, an offshoot of the old RPA, and Radio Inzamba, which is operated by journalists who used to work for Radio Isanganiro and Bonesha FM. Both broadcast their news programmes online and via WhatsApp.Their very existence and their interviews of Burundians in refugee camps are an achievement. But they have had problems obtaining reliable information from Burundi and they have no access to government officials so they cannot get official reactions and cannot reflect all sides to some of the stories they report.“This intimidation of Burundian journalists in Burundi over their alleged collaboration with exile radio stations is designed to make it even harder for these radio stations to work and to isolate them even more,” said Cléa Kahn-Sriber, the head of RSF’s Africa desk.“The Burundian government should be interested in a democratic and pluralistic debate to which the media could contribute. On the contrary, the authorities seem to favour a single narrative, one that supports President Nkurunziza’s exclusive power.”Internal pressureYesterday’s interrogation of Radio Isanganiro’s editor by the SNR seems also designed to intimidate journalists working for media outlets within Burundi, who are under constant pressure, including within their own news organizations.Radio Isanganiro is symptomatic of this situation. After being closed down like all the other independent radio stations in May 2015, it was allowed to reopen with Samson Maniradukunda appointed by a pro-government supervisory board as its new director, replacing Anne Niyuhire, who had fled to Rwanda.To get permission to reopen, Radio Isanganiro had to sign an undertaking to pursue a “balanced and objective” editorial policy that respects the country’s “security.”What “balanced and objective” means is left to the government and the new director, who makes it his job to implement government directives restricting the radio station’s editorial freedom. Sources close to the station say he has repeatedly intervened to get programmes changed after receiving calls from members of the government.Radio Isanganiro’s journalists complain of being under constant pressure at work. Several of them were recently fired for defending their principles while those still there are alarmed by the fact that they have had to sign a new code of ethics.In a country where the rule of law has been ignored for the past two years, where people can be arrested by intelligence officials and never reappear, and where everything is being done to tighten the regime’s grip on the population, the mere fact of having to sign a document at work can be very disturbing.Burundi is ranked 156th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2016 World Press Freedom Index. Organisation News November 27, 2020 Find out more April 6, 2017 Burundi: Radio Isanganiro under pressure Personnel de la Radio Isanganiro, alors fermée, célèbre son 13eme anniversaire , en novembre 2015 / Crédit : Radio Isanganiro BurundiAfrica Condemning abusesMedia independence Exiled mediaFreedom of expression BurundiAfrica Condemning abusesMedia independence Exiled mediaFreedom of expression Help by sharing this information to go further The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is concerned about Radio Isanganiro editor Joseph Nsabiyabandi’s interrogation yesterday by Burundi’s feared National Intelligence Service (SNR) and, more broadly, about government meddling in the Bujumbura-based radio station’s editorial policies. Burundian appeal court upholds prison sentences for four journalists News Four Burundian journalists complete 12 months in arbitrary detention October 21, 2020 Find out more Follow the news on Burundi RSF_en June 5, 2020 Find out more
aijohn784/iStock(DOYLESTOWN, Ohio) — A man and his parents have been found dead in what investigators believe is a double murder-suicide in a small Ohio town, according to local police.An officer responded Monday afternoon to the home in Doylestown, 40 miles south of Cleveland, after a concerned woman asked for police to check in on her family, Doylestown Police Lt. Kevin Milburn said at a news conference Tuesday.Randall Weekley Jr. was found dead in a shed in the back of the property from what is believed to be self-inflicted hanging, Milburn said.Police kept searching and found a note indicating his parents, Randall Weekley Sr. and Brenda Weekley, were possibly also dead, Milburn said. Both parents were in their 60s.The parents’ bodies were found in the trunk of a car on the property, Milburn said.Authorities have not released their cause of death or given information about what the motive might have been.Doylestown police chief Casey Tester said he grew up in the small village of Doylestown, which has about 3,000 residents. He said police officers know the victims’ family personally.“The family that’s going through this terrible situation, I grew up with many of them. I’ve known them for many years,” Tester said, adding that he’s “terribly sorry for their loss.”Milburn, who also knows the Weekley family personally, said it appears Randall Weekley Jr. moved in with his parents in the last few weeks.“We believe that the incident occurred sometime Friday afternoon into Saturday,” Milburn said.The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation is involved in the case, police said.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Long Beach International Film FestivalCelebrities expected to attend this third-annual seaside cinema showcase include Joan Jett, Daniel Baldwin and others—maybe even Billy Crystal. That’s aside from all the independent movie releases from around the world, film and music events, Q&A panels with award-winning filmmakers and directors and more. Events include the “Shorts on the Beach” Film Series at The Allegria Hotel. Features, shorts, documentaries and more will also be screening at the Madison Theatre at Molloy College in Rockville Centre on Saturday and Sunday. Although the festival kicked off Wednesday, there’s plenty to do with the Long Island International Film Festival last month now over, the Hamptons International Film Festival not until October and the Gold Coast International Film Festival not until November. Various locations, times and prices. longbeachfilm.com Through Aug. 4Yellow Ape Film FestivalThis is not your parents’ film fest. Ten local filmmakers will compete for the “midnight-hour audience” with flicks that range from quirky comedies to disturbing slasher movies. Plus comedy acts, burlesque dancers, drag performances, Elvis impersonators and live music. Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Ave., Huntington. cinemaartscentre.org $15 Members, $20 Public. 7 p.m. July 31Miley CyrusWe knew she wouldn’t forget about us. Miley will hit the Long Island’s biggest stage less than three months after she cancelled her Bangerz Tour due to an illness. She’s back with the provocative hip and tongue gyrations and eccentric outfits that have catapulted her to unbelievable heights. Only in America! She’ll perform hits such as “Wrecking Ball,” “We Can’t Stop” and classics like “The Climb” and “Who Owns My Heart.” Get the Twerk Meter ready. Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, 1255 Hempstead Tpke., Uniondale. nassaucoliseum.com. $20-$109.25. 7 p.m. Aug. 1Big Head Todd & The MonstersThis Colorado-based blues-rock group will give the Island a taste of their mountain-flavored tunes while touring to promote their 14th album. With opening act Ryan Montbleau. The Space at Westbury, 250 Post Ave., Westbury. thespaceatwestbury.com $30-$50 7 p.m. Aug. 1Trace AdkinsCountry music star and winner of last year’s Celebrity Apprentice, Trace Adkins is bringing his own brand of honky-tonk to the island. A character actor wrapped up in dungarees and a cowboy hat, Adkins knows how to entertain with his wildly popular songs like “This Ain’t No Thinkin’ Thing” and “Ladies Love Country Boys,” while leaving his audience with lumps in their throats with his portraits of home country life. To paraphrase, You Don’t Wanna Miss This. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $45-$85. 8 p.m. Aug. 1A Tribute to Johnny WinterThe blues legend was slated to headline this concert himself before he passed away in Europe recently. Now, the Rock ‘n’ Brews Fest will be a tribute in his honor, featuring brother Edgar, Vanilla Fudge, Peter Rivera (formerly of Rare Earth) and Savoy Brown’s Kim. They will perform their greatest hits interspersed by a selection of Johnny Winter songs. NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $39.50-$69.50. 8 p.m. Aug 1 Click here to check out Long Island’s Live Theater Guide, The Island Ear, for more shows and featured venues Nine Inch Nails perform in Germany.Nine Inch Nails / SoundgardenThis is the first time Soundgarden is playing on LI in three years—not including the Seattle grunge rock band’s front man, Chris Cornell, doing solo shows in the city—and it’s been twice as long for Cincinnati industrial rock icon, NIN. This time around, both Cornell and NIN leader Trent Reznor are co-celebrating 20 years since seminal releases—Superunknown for the former, Downward Spiral for the latter. With opening act Oneohtrix Point Never. Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, 1000 Ocean Pkwy., Wantagh. jonesbeach.com.$29.50-$117.65. 7 p.m. Aug. 1Ed KowalczykThis singer/songwriter from Pennsylvania is touring to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the multi-platinum-selling album Throwing Copper, by he and his former alt-rock band Live that he founded in the late 1980s. The group split up six years ago, but Kowalczyk’s kept the music alive, and been churning out new material ever since. Don’t miss this chance to catch him and Live’s hits in such an intimate setting. Trust us. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $25-$45. 8 p.m. Aug. 2Ziggy MarleyBob’s son is keeping the reggae revolution alive! A multi-Grammy Award-winning musician with deep roots in rock and reggae, with the dreadlocks to back him up, his unique blend of music, spirit and soul will have all those in attendance basking in the transcendental delivery of those sunny beach jams at the peak of this summer. Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76 Main St., Westhampton Beach. whbpac.org. $75, $90, $105. 8 p.m. Aug. 2Ballroom with a TwistThis stage show will feature professional ballroom dancers from Dancing With The Stars, as well as fan-favorite contestants from So You Think You Can Dance and American Idol. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the biggest names in both singing and dancing perform together live. For fans of TV talent shows, “Ballroom with a Twist” is a can’t-miss event. NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $39.50-$70. 7 p.m. Aug. 26:35 FestLocal faithful and clergy will join hands for this Christian music festival starring Big Daddy Weave and The City Harmonic, Love & The Outcome, Je’Kob, Ike Ndolo, and Rust Iron Green. The Space at Westbury, 250 Post Ave., Westbury. thespaceatwestbury.com $30. 3 p.m. Aug. 3Impressionism Exhibit ReceptionThe opening reception for this exhibit celebrates the style of painting originating in France in the 1860s, defined as being characterized by a concern with depicting the visual impression of the moment, especially in terms of the shifting effect of light and color. Brookhaven Arts and Humanities Council Phoenix Gallery, 139 South Country Rd., Bellport. brookhavenarts.org Free. 1 p.m. Aug. 3Boz ScaggsThis musical seeker and man of sizable talent is a singer, songwriter and guitarist who explores blues, R&B, rock and jazz. He’ll be playing such hits as “Lowdown,” “What Can I Say,” “Lido Shuffle” and “It’s Over.” NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $49.50-$69.50. 8 p.m. Aug. 3Photo credit: Joe NuzzoPatent PendingHometown pop-punk heroes are making the long drive from their native Mt. Sinai to Amityville for their latest show to remind all the emo kids to cheer up. Check out this feature on the band in the Press from last summer. With opening acts This Good Robot, Here’s to You, The Space Pimps and Check Engine Light. Revolution Bar & Music Hall, 140 Merrick Rd., Amityville. revolutionli.com $15. 5 p.m. Aug. 3Jack and the BeanstalkThe whole family will enjoy this musical version of the classic fairy tale. A young boy named Jack plants some magic beans, which grow into a giant beanstalk that reaches the sky. But when he starts stealing riches from the evil giant who lives on top of the beanstalk, Jack gets in a lot of trouble! Will Jack live happily ever after? Only one way to find out. NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $14.50-$18.50. 11 a.m. Aug. 5Dark Star OrchestraDead Heads, unite! Dark Star Orchestra paints a fresh, new picture of cherished, older memories, channeling the energy of Jerry and the boys of The Grateful Dead. Expect either a direct replay of a past set list or a mix straight out of the Dead’s storied catalog. NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $39.50-$52. 8 p.m. p.m. Aug 5John Fogerty & Jackson BrowneNobody makes a flannel shirt look as fashionable as this “Fortunate Son” who’s coming to Jones Beach with Jackson Browne, two cool rock and roll legends with a legacy of great music between them that will surely stand the test of time. From “Bad Moon Rising” to “Centerfield” (with its plaintive plea, “Put me in, coach!”) Fogerty has earned 18 Gold Albums, 10 Platinum Albums and even been immortalized in the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Gifted singer/songwriter Jackson Browne cemented his reputation decades ago with his third record, Late For The Sky, with its literate, heart-felt meditative masterpiece, “For a Dancer.” And now in time for this tour it’s been re-mastered and re-released, as Browne gets ready to unveil his 14th studio album later this fall, Standing in the Breach, which is sure to express his earnest advocacy on behalf of the environment, human rights, safe energy and the value of the arts—and the complicated affairs of the heart. No other popular performer today has successfully combined such an uncompromising level of emotional artistry with a compelling vision of social justice like Jackson Browne. Fogerty has been going down that long, winding “Mystic Highway” since he and his inimitable band, Creedence Clearwater Revival, played Woodstock, and he’s still knocking people’s socks off with his great distinctive voice, fantastic guitar work and an unstoppable bayou-boogie beat. Fogerty’s repertoire of hits never grows old. And to imagine him on a bill with Jackson Browne, each performing full sets with their own bands. Together, their music has been the soundtrack to generations. It promises to be a night for the ages. Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, 1000 Ocean Pkwy., Wantagh. jonesbeach.com.$31-$72.15. 6:30 p.m. Aug. 5Kiss / Def LeppardEighty’s hair band rockers Kiss and Def Leppard storm the beach to rock n’ roll all night. These legendary bands promise to kick off a night to remember with Kiss’s notoriously over-the-top lighting and sound production and Def Leppard’s signature glam metal style that’s sure to provoke Hysteria for their 40-Year Anniversary Heroes Tour. Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, 1000 Ocean Pkwy., Wantagh. jonesbeach.com.$31-$72.15. 7 p.m. Aug. 6Hillary ClintonThe Hillary Clinton book tour/pseudo-pre-presidential campaign-or-something-like-that is coming to Long Island. The former Secretary of State and U.S. Senator will sign copies of her new memoir, Hard Choices, but only for those who have a ticket to the event. Here’s what you need to know: Fans must purchase a copy of the book at Book Revue for a ticket. Each customer gets one ticket per book. The former First Lady is only signing copies of the book, nothing else. Customers who previously purchased a copy of the book from the Book Revue can return to the store with their receipt in order to get a ticket for the event. Whew! Plenty of guidelines. But this is a hot ticket, so what did you expect? Anyway, ask her if she’s running for president and let us know what she says. Maybe you’ll have better luck than our colleagues! The Book Revue, 313 New York Ave., Huntington. bookrevue.com. Price of book. 6 p.m. Aug. 6—Compiled by Arielle Martinez, Spencer Rumsey, Rashed Mian, Nikki Donato, Jamie Franchi and Timothy Bolger
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A jogger came across the scene of a fatal car crash on State Road 46 west of Spades Rd. on Monday.Around 9:30 a.m., an individual jogging along the road noticed a 2008 Toyota Corolla that had apparently crashed into the ditch.Authorities arrived on the scene and discovered the driver, Kristen J. Duncan, 48, of Batesville, was deceased inside the vehicle.Investigators believe the crash occurred around 11 p.m. on Sunday. A nearby resident told police they heard a noise around that time but thought it was fireworks.Troopers say the car was traveling westbound on S.R. 46 when it ran off the roadway, went through some trees and crashed head on into a culvert. Police added that Duncan did not appear to be wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash.The cause of the crash remains under investigation. The Indiana State Police were assisted at the scene by Indiana Conservation Officers, Ripley County Sheriff’s Department, Sunman Fire and Rescue, Ripley County Medic, and the Ripley County Coroner’s Office.
The Wildcat Girls Cross Country Team gave their strongest performance, so far this season, at the Randolph Southern Cross Country meet on Saturday, September 9th. They placed 4th out of 12 teams, and had three top 20 finishers.Freshman, Lauren Kelley, continues to race with a fierce determination and finished in 5th place, with a time of 20:59. Junior, Taylor Stewart, placed 17th and set a new personal record, with a time of 22:55. Sophomore, Katelyn Meyer, continues to surge forward with her race placement and faster times. She earned 19th place with a personal record time of 23:00. Seniors, Kat Putnick and Novalynne Beck, are just seconds away from career personal records with their times of 25:09 and 25:11 respectively. Freshman, Josie Selm, set yet another personal record with a time of 26:25. She has improved by over five minutes this year.The Lady Wildcat runners are training hard to continue their faster trend and top placings as the season progresses.The Wildcat Boys Cross Country team placed 7th out of 13 teams at the Randolph Southern Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 9th.Senior, Cody Moore, had another strong performance and was the top finisher for Franklin County. He placed 11th, with a time of 18:31. Senior, Evan Apsley also placed in the top 25. He placed 23rd, with a time of 19:02. This was a meet with a lot of personal records and achievements. Besides the two top 25 finishers, freshman, Drew Grant, dropped below the 20 minute mark, with a time of 19:55. Senior, Hunter Mayfield, dropped his time, by over a minute, to 22:56. Freshman, Jackson Brumback, has improved by almost 5 minutes this season, with a time of 25:28. Sophomores, Kyle Seibert and Tanner Lainhart are just seconds from hitting new PRs this season.The Wildcat runners are getting faster with each meet, and moving up in team ranking with every meet.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Stacey Nobbe.
Recently Walt Fields passed away in Illinois. Walt grew up in Batesville where his brother, Bernie, still lives. Walt was quite an athlete while at Batesville High School where he specialized in basketball and baseball. Since Walt was in high school in the early 1940’s, his athletic career was interrupted by WWII.Walt’s first post-high school career was to play baseball in the Brooklyn Dodgers’ organization. After this, he went to Butler University where he played basketball and baseball under the Legendary Tony Hinkle. He then went on to teaching and coaching which lasted for 40 years at various high schools and colleges. He is a member of the Ripley County Basketball Hall of Fame, the Butler University Hall of Fame, and the Marian University Wall of Fame. Recently a scholarship was started under his name at Marian.Earlier this year I had the opportunity to talk to Walt on the phone. He still had his booming voice and sense of humor. A great Batesville athlete has passed on.
Although many Wisconsin teams’ schedules will only heat up over Thanksgiving break, the women’s basketball team is anticipating just the opposite: a break.After a two-game weekend set out west in Washington, the Badgers will have to wait a little bit longer as Washington travels to the Kohl Center for a nonconference matchup Wednesday night.Wisconsin split the past weekend, falling at Gonzaga Friday 62-53 before triumphing at Washington State Sunday 52-44. If it wasn’t for some inconsistent offense in the first game of the weekend, Wisconsin could have swept the pair of weekend games.“To play [one of the] best teams in the country, and lead them by 14 – you gotta finish the game,” head coach Bobbie Kelsey said. “Obviously that team is very experienced and found a way to pull away from us – but I was very proud of them because we’re one of the least experienced teams in the country.”Although Wisconsin struggled to close the game against Gonzaga, UW scored eight points in the final minute to seal the deal Sunday against Washington State. As Washington comes to Madison, Kelsey welcomes an opponent she used to see a lot of dating back to her assistant coaching days at Stanford.Her coaching tenure at Stanford also included a Final Four run, during which the Cardinal matched up against Xavier, the former coaching home to current Huskies head coach Kevin McGuff. Kelsey said she expects her sideline adversary to key on some mistakes the Badgers made last weekend.“You kind of think about what he did then, because you don’t really change a whole lot,” Kelsey said. “He’s going to trap you; he’s going to run off-ball screens.”This comes after Friday’s game, in which Wisconsin coughed up 21 turnovers to a pressing Gonzaga team.The Huskies will likely lean on redshirt senior Kristi Kingma for their press, the only current Huskies player Kelsey said she distinctly remembers coaching in what was then the Pac-10.The 5-foot-11 guard/forward led Washington with 15.6 points per game last season and has scored in double figures in all four of Washington’s victories thus far.One thing Washinton will not bring to Madison, however, is a deep lineup. The Huskies have run with a seven- or eight-player rotation throughout all four games this season, even in blowout victories.The Badgers have spread minutes through nine- or 10-player rotations through their three games, so a possible advantage may be in overall team depth. Senior guard Taylor Wurtz noted an up-tempo game may be the Badgers’ best ally.“A big thing we’re keying on is offensive boards … and just playing good, high-pressured defense,” Wurtz said. “We really want to push the tempo.”Pushing the tempo becomes a more difficult task, considering this will be the Badgers’ third game in just six days, including a pair of flights to and from the state of Washington.Morning practices have seemingly become a regularity for a team that has spent loads of time on the road lately. Although in just her second year with the team, sophomore forward Jacki Gulczynski said she thinks the team has adapted to its hectic schedule, noting it provides a great chance for the team to come together.“We’ve bonded as a team, adding a lot of team chemistry, especially on the road,” Gulczynski said.A chaotic schedule can lead from one game to the next, and scouting opponents tends to take a backseat. At this point in the season, the Badgers are just trying to key on themselves.“We went over their scheme and what they’re going to do,” Gulczynski said. “At the end, we’re just trying to focus on what we’re trying to do, our end.”
Team based Inter Allies have announced the appointment of Umit Turmus as their new Technical Adviser.This comes less than 24 hours after the dismissal of their head coach Rashid Iddi.The club, in a statement released on Thursday, confirmed that the Turk, together with Technical Director Willie Klutse have been tales with outlining a new philosophy for the club.Allies are bottom of the Zone B standings in the GFA Special Competition after a poor first round display, losing their final match of the round against Hearts on Wednesday.The Statement read:Inter Allies FC is delighted to welcome Mr. Umit Turmus a Turkish Technical man to the Club’s Technical Department.He has been handed the role of Technical Adviser till the end of June 2019.He is to collaborate with the Technical Director Willie Klutse to help outline a new philosophy for the Club.We wish him a happy and successful stay with the Club.