Yesterday, the teen who has been on a long injury layoff, picked up a brilliant silver in the shorter sprint in 10.52 seconds, finishing behind teammate Michael Stephens (10.41), and now underlines that he is 100 per cent fit mentally and physically. Wilson is certain that he will be contending for a medal in the 200m final, which is set for 5:40 p.m. “I am always confident and I really didn’t have any doubt I would have done well at Champs. I am not very far from my best,” Wilson said. Shayne Fairman, Gleaner Writer Buoyed by a return from injury ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls Championships Class One 100m silver medal winner Tyreek Wilson (Calabar), is ready and raring to challenge for a medal in this afternoon’s mega 200m final at the National Stadium. Wilson, now in Class One, remains hopeful he will be able to rediscover his pre-injury form. “Physically, I am a 100 per cent, and fit mentally a bit more. I have a bit more to go, and I am pushing myself to help to push the Calabar Camp,” Wilson told The Gleaner. After trailing his school’s bitter rivals Kingston College by over 30 points yesterday, and seeing that lead shrink to seven points, Wilson has a feeling Calabar’s best is best is yet to come today. “We have nothing to worry about, just trying to make the best out of everything, and not make the simple mistakes, and keep trying to capitalise on opportunities, that is it personally,” outlined the athlete. Wilson ran only the relay last year, due to a hamstring injury last year, but is hoping his renewed form will catapult him to the 200m podium as well.
With Final 4 in mind, Mapua determined to keep on READ: PBA board not consulted by SBP about Asian Games withdrawal “Let’s wait and see,” said Richard Gomez during Tuesday’s Philippine Sportswriters Association forum backed by Tapa King and Pagcor at the tennis lounge of Rizal Memorial Sports Center. “Maybe we’ll know in the coming days.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’“We have a lot of players who are in excellent shape all year round,” added the fencing president.The mayor of Ormoc City added there’s still time for the SBP to come up with a competitive team since the deadline for finalizing the Philippine delegation is on Aug. 9 during the delegation registration meeting in Jakarta. After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Philippine chef de mission Richard Gomez. Photo by June NavarroFans have voiced their displeasure over social media. Several sports personalities have also spoken against the decision of the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas to pull out the national team from the Asian Games. It’s the turn of the country’s chef de mission to the Asiad to chime in with a message of hope.There’s still time for a change of heart.ADVERTISEMENT Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal MOST READ In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew READ: PBA regrets Asian Games pulloutThe Games will run from Aug. 18 to Sept. 2.“Technically, we can still send a team. Our men’s basketball squad is already accredited. This is our No. 1 sport. Win or lose, Filipinos will watch it,” said Gomez.The SBP announced it was pulling out of the Asian Games to focus on qualifying for the 2019 Fiba World Cup instead.READ: Failure to form competitive Gilas team led to SBP Asiad pullout,ADVERTISEMENT ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Peza offers relief to ecozone firms View comments Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil “It’s sad for Philippine basketball fans that we don’t have a team in the Asian Games,” said Gomez. “The Asian Games is just as important as the World Cup or even the SEA Games. The fact remains that we have a team to represent the country.”Gomez said if the SBP remains adamant with its withdrawal, the Philippine Olympic Committee would face sanctions from the Olympic Council of Asia.READ: Philippines facing fines for SBP’s Asian Games pulloutSources said the POC would be asked to pay $20,000 for the pullout. It could be the first time that the Philippines won’t be sending a team in men’s basketball since the 2006 Doha edition when the country was suspended by the International Basketball Federation (Fiba).Sources said the POC can send a team of its choice to the Asian Games as a last resort.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next
A 39-year-old Bath Settlement, West Coast Berbice (WCB) man lost his life following an accident on the Bath Settlement Public Road.Dead is Laikram Ninesingh, of 175 Block D Bath Settlement. He was killed about 18:30h on Old Year’s Day by a minibus.Dead: Laikram NinesinghEyewitnesses say the man was crossing the road when he was hit and he died on the spot.According to reports, minibus BVV 2961, driven by a 25-year-old resident of Belladrum Village, WCB, was proceeding west along the Public Road reportedly very fast when Ninesingh, who was alleged to have suddenly begun crossing the road, ended up in the path of the vehicle and was struck down.The injured man was picked up and rushed to the Fort Wellington Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.According to the dead man’s mother, Rapam Kumiri, there were many persons on the road at the time of the accident.She explained that there was a barbecue not far away and the area was crowded. The bus, she noted, was at the time travelling at a fast rate.Singh, a father of one, worked as a cane harvester and during the out-of-crop season, he worked as a security guard.He had been performing security duties for the past three months at a site a short distance from where the accident occurred.Meanwhile, the bus driver has been taken into custody and is assisting with the investigation. Police have since released the bus to its owner.
In commemoration of 50 years of diplomatic relations with Guyana, a Korean Consulate was on Friday evening commissioned at Thirst Park, Georgetown.Executive Member of the Private Sector Commission, Ramesh Dookhoo who was given the role of Consul, told the gathering that he was being processed since three years ago and was later signed on to the position by President David Granger and Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge.Dookhoo nonetheless pledged allegiance to the post. “I pledge to Guyana and South Korea that I will serve in this position with honour, dignity and the integrity that depicts this office,” he said.He added that he believes there are many markets in Korea which Guyana will beFrom left: Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge shares a light moment with the newly appointed Consul, Ramesh Dookhoo and the Korean Ambassador to Guyanaable to benefit from.The newly appointed Consul noted, “There is much opportunity for collaboration with our two countries, especially in the areas of engineering, technology, industrialisation and niche markets for Guyanese products in the South Korean market”.Meanwhile, the Korean Ambassador to Guyana, who is based in neighbouring Venezuela, noted how pleased he is to see a consulate being set up here.The Ambassador said he looks forward to the new Consul boosting bilateral relations between the countries. He said, “I hope it (the consulate) can work hard towards enhancing the bilateral relationship,” especially since the country does not have an existent Embassy in Guyana.On the other hand, acting Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge spoke of the benefits of the appointed Consul.According to him, “We hope that with the establishment of Consuls such as Ramesh Dookhoo’s will help to ensure that we build an economic base on which the economic diplomacy on which we’ve embarked will thrive”.He added that he is expectant that the Consul will be able to deliver for the benefit of both countries. The new consulate is housed in Queenstown, Georgetown.The South Korean consulate is one of 36 foreign representations in Guyana, and one of 35 foreign representations in Georgetown.
Is he coming or is he not? And could we – as Myles Gallagher asked on Highland Road at the weekend – see him playing for Finn Harps one day?‘Him’ is the global sports personality, Usain Bolt, though the interview conducted by Myles on Sunday wasn’t quite with the legend himself but with his Donegal born agent, Ricky Simms.I’d heard Simms a few days before that interviewed on the Ray D’Arcy radio show on R.T.E. where he seemed less convinced that the sprinting superstar night fulfil a long-standing invitation to come to Donegal, at least in the immediate future. Indeed D’Arcy did refer to an interview on Highland back in 2012 when all indications were that Bolt would make the trip.His Milford agent referred to an “unbelievably tight” schedule and left it that.On Sunday, however, while still insisting that the Jamaican would require a hundred weeks in a year to catch up with his schedules, he indicated that the sprint dynamo did hope to make it here. At some stage. We’ll wait and see.Just as we’ll also probably have to wait to see if the lightning Bolt – subject of a new film – will, in fact, line out with the Harps.Apparently, he’s keen to play football when he retires from athletics after next year’s World Championships and while Borussia Dortmund look to be in the ront line to capture his services, Ricky Simms didn’t quite rule out Harps when it was put to him! Or indeed Bonagee United or Milford United who were also mentioned….! THREE WHEELS ON MY WAGON… So here’s the Finn Harps line-up for next season – and remember they won’t be securing the services of the world’s fastest man until after 2017 at least – as it stands: Defence: Coll; Midfield; Harkin; Forward: Morrissey.Frankly, even Mr Shankly (as that other Morrissey went close to putting it) couldn’t manage a team with just that level of playing panel signed up but there’s no doubt Ollie Horgan’s persuasive powers will compel others, both from last year’s squad and potential new arrivals, to sign on the dotted line.Harps boss Ollie Horgan with new signing Dany Morrissey.Danny Morrissey’s arrival from Cork City is certainly a boost in this respect – the striker seemingly not in contention for a place in John Caulfield’s starting line-ups having been left sidelined for much of last season.But he has proved himself in front of the target including netting a hat-trick against Derry City at Turner’s Cross three years ago (any repeats of such achievements against the Candystripes more than appreciated, Danny!).A number of trials in England followed but an injury hampered that progress and his return didn’t see him feature in Caulfield’s plans. A change of scene – and that’s some change from deepest south – may help him regain his scoring abilities and he’s surely a welcome addition to what is currently a very thin squad. Expect to see more signatures in the coming days and weeks with hopefully a fair bulk of last season’s panel rejoining. GAELIC FOOTBALL, FORMULA ONE AND GULFNice work if you can get it. A trip to the Persian Gulf – all expenses paid I presume – and a bit of desert heat thrown in for good measure.Oh, and a match to play in that heat. And what a game. The 2016 All-Stars up against the 2015 equivalent and a final scoreline that featured an astonishing 24 goals and 22 points.Temperatures in the last few days in Abu Dhabi have ranged from 28 degrees to over the thirty mark so it was definitely no picnic for the two Irish squads.Didn’t stop our very own ace marksman, Michael Murphy, from ending up as top scorer for the 2015 All-Stars (3-2) or his Glenswilly team-mate, Neil Gallagher, from registering 1-01 in the game.But they lost out to 2016 All-Stars (14-11 to 10-11) who featured Kilcar’s Ryan McHugh in their line-up.The weekend coincided with the final round of the Formula One Grand Prix – I wonder did any of our Stars get along to it? – also in Abu Dhabi where some measure of controversy raged after Lewis Hamilton attempted to aid rival drivers to pass his Mercedes team-mate, Nico Rosberg, and consequently damage the German’s hopes of securing the 2016 Championship title.Apparently, not illegal, and I suppose you have to consider that Hamilton himself was still in with a decent hope of retaining that title.Still, if I had a choice, I definitely would have opted for the All-Stars game – a bit more excitement and a lot less noise.Or as former Irish Formula One driver, Tommy Byrne – a film adaptation of his career in the sport, ‘Crash and Burn’ is being released in cinemas from this Friday – described it in an interview in last weekend’s ‘Irish Mail on Sunday’ when he was asked if he still followed the motor racing game: “Yeah, I still watch it. Well, I watch the first lap and then I may fall asleep because it is still boring.” AVIVA THUNDERS TO THE SOUND OF ANOTHER SCALP CLAIMEDThe Aviva Stadium on Saturday night. The only place to be if you had a ticket. And for a change – a lot of change – I did. And what a night.The Aussies put to the sword after a match that leaped around like a kangaroo with Ireland dominating the opening half, the Wallabies controlling for periods of the second before Joe Schmidt’s men somehow rallied reserves in every sense of the term to claim their third Southern Hemisphere scalp of the year.Great to watch on television but even better to be there and a few Letterkenny connections for company to enjoy it including my sports mad sister and two other passionate supporters by the names of Sheridan and Bouchier-Hayes.Not, I should add, the Letterkenny based Niall and Michael respectively but their own siblings, Brian and Timothy, who shared adjacent seats to us on Row A of the Upper West Stand.And there we had a bird’s eye view of Messrs O’Gara, Pope and Horgan being put through their verbal paces pitchside on R.T.E. before the kick-off. Which of them predicted an Irish victory, I don’t know, but I’m quite sure they believed the previous week’s strength sapping performance against the All Blacks might have tipped the game in favour of the Aussies.Not so as that blistering opening half underlined and Ireland raced into a 17-0. lead Only we’d been here before, an Ireland team enjoying a similar advantage over Australia at the same venue two years before only to let it slip before the green tops edged it with three points to spare.Somehow, history repeated itself and while the visitors ran in three tries to go in front, Ireland, inspired not for the first time by their captain and hooker, Rory Best, winning his 100th cap and earning thunderous applause on his way on, and off, the pitch, picked themselves off the ground and saw Keith Earls ghost in for a try in the corner, magnificently converted by Paddy Jackson.You could almost see Anthony Foley punching the air in the heavens.It has been a November series where injuries to key players – Sexton, Stander, Henshaw, Kearney and Trimble to name but five – have robbed Ireland at critical junctures but not deprived them of the passion and persistence that is the hallmark of this squad.They even had another lethal weapon in the stand watching on, one Mel Gibson, who is currently in Dublin filming and was probably supporting Australia seeing as they lived there in his youth but still looked happy enough with an Irish win.Roll on the Six Nations indeed though I’d still be mighty afraid of the auld enemy, England. DUNDALK HANGING IN – JUSTA disappointing performance by Dundalk – and it’s not been too often when we could say that this year – in their Europa League clash with AZ Alkmaar has left Stephen Kenny’s side depending on results to go their way in the final round of matches if they are to reach the knock-out stages of the competition.“Our worst display of the campaign,” Kenny conceded as they went down by the only goal to the Dutch side at Tallaght Stadium last Thursday evening.And by every account it was a sloppy performance that was far from good enough on the night.Ironically, after coming through a season that saw them play three times in a week over the final few months, it was the lack of game time since the F.A.I. Cup Final defeat to Cork City that did for them this time out.Now they have to travel to meet Maccabi Tel-Aviv on Thursday week needing to win or draw and hope that AZ Alkmaar lose out to the already qualified FC Zenit.A tough ask but wait a bit – here’s a League of Ireland club not just playing in the Europa League group stages in December but still in with a shout of making it through.Little wonder that thousands turned out in the town’s Market Square last Saturday evening to honour the champions in a civic reception for this has been a season of some celebration for the Lilywhites.I can’t, in all honesty, see them getting the result in Israel – and we also have to take into account just what kind of a team will Zenit put out against the Dutch side in the accompanying group fixture – but then they’ve surprised on several occasions in Europe this campaign so nothing can be ruled out when it comes to Stephen Kenny and his squad. GLOVES OFF AT THE AVIVA (OR ONE AT ANY RATE)Back to the rugby and mid-way through the game at the Aviva I noticed the aforementioned Bouchier-Hayes and Sheridan leaning over the barrier in Row A and searching frantically for someone/something down below in the West Stand Lower Tier.Later I discovered it was Tim’s glove they were attempting to espy – it having fallen victim to gravity and heading south which tends to happen when you lose your grip on it (my only fear was that they might follow suit).They were still searching after the final whistle while the rest of us were listening to, and watching Rory Best on the big screen, reviewing the proceedings on the pitch.Not sure if they managed to locate it but hopefully it’s back with its owner and didn’t disappear for good.It could even have been that a supporter in the Lower Tier had a hand in it….‘Fastest man on earth slow in getting here’ – It’s Walshy on Wednesday was last modified: November 30th, 2016 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:finn harpsMilfordPaddy Walshricky simmsUsain BoltWalshy on Wednesday
MONEY Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? huge blow Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Latest transfer news Neymar spent four years with Barcelona, winning eight trophies along the way shining REPLY 2 REVEALED 2 It is believed Kylian Mbappe’s incredible rise has led to Neymar growing unsettled at the Parc des Princes, and he is prepared to end his time at PSG with a return to Camp Nou.Barca’s La Liga rivals Real Madrid have also been linked with the Brazil international, who has 59 goals in 93 games for his country. Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade no dice Los Blancos were reported to have made a huge bid for Neymar over the summer, but they came out with a statement that denied such suggestions.Neymar has started this season in fine form, scoring 11 goals and assisting a further four in just 11 appearances. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Neymar’s transfer to PSG was completed at the beginning of August 2017 REVEALED Neymar has been sounding out Barcelona over a shock return to Camp Nou, according to reports.The Brazil forward joined Barca in 2013 and went on to score 105 goals for the Catalans before he left for PSG in a world-record deal last summer. He’s netted 39 times in just 41 games for the French giants, winning the treble in his debut season and being named Ligue 1 Player of the Year for 2017/18.However, Mundo Deportivo have made a stunning claim that Neymar is unhappy in Paris and is putting feelers out over a potential move back to Barcelona. RANKED BEST OF Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ ADVICE Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move
A business based in the North-West is seeking to recruit a Catering and Refrigeration Engineer to become part of their hard-working and dynamic workforce. In order to be successful candidates need to have the following credentials.Experience is essentialSuccessful candidates should have a Full Drivers Licence.Those interested can forward their CV’s to firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline for applications is Friday March 13th 2015.JOB VACANCY: CATERING AND REFRIGERATION ENGINEER WANTED was last modified: February 26th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:cateringengineerjobsJobs VacancynewsRefrigeration
Updated: 2.30pm 9/12/2019A closure order was enforced on a Letterkenny takeaway last month over breaches of food safety regulations.East Ocean at 61 Port Road Letterkenny was served with a temporary closure order by the Health Service Executive on 5th November. The order was lifted on the 12th of November. The takeaway was found to be in breach of the FSAI Act 1998.Closure orders are served on businesses if authorised officers find that there is or there is likely to be a grave and immediate danger to public health at/or in the food premises.An inspection at East Ocean last month found a number of food safety breaches.Failure to protect food from contamination Food was stored uncovered in dirty fridges and freezers and food was stored in dirty containers throughout the premises. Some peppers were being prepared on the draining board of a sink that was also being used to wash dirty containers. Prawns were being drained into a dirty colander. A container of raw eggs was placed in noodles at one point during the inspection.The inspector noted that there was a failure to provide hot water for cleaning and disinfecting, which is a risk of food contamination, and there was no washhand basin available for staff. As a result, thy reported that no hand washing was seen taking place.There was a ‘lack of confidence’ that the food business could provide safe food as there was no evidence of a management system for food safety and the “person in charge had poor knowledge of food safety risks and of the measures necessary to ensure the safety of food…”Closures Orders can refer to the immediate closure of all or part of the food premises, or all or some of its activities.The Orders are lifted when the premises has improved to the satisfaction of the authorised officer. A total of 20 Irish businesses were served with closure orders for breaches of food safety legislation in November.Letterkenny takeaway forced to close over food safety concerns was last modified: December 9th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
With the expectation a new left tackle to replace injured Joe Staley isn’t coming through the door any time soon, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan sounded confident rookie Justin Skule can handle things for now.Shanahan confirmed Monday the 35-year-old Staley will be out at least six weeks after fracturing his left leg in Sunday’s 41-17 victory in Cincinnati. Partly because of Skule’s 19 snaps of relief work after Staley was injured, and mostly because acquiring a starting caliber tackle is …
Tamara O’ReillyIf the Rhodes Scholarship Trust were looking for a poster boy, Nhlanhla Dlamini would probably make the cut.As the latest recipient of the generous and prestigious Rhodes scholarship, 23-year-old Dlamini possesses all the certificates, medals, blazers and fancy “colours” that have come to be expected of applicants.The scholarship, founded by Cecil John Rhodes more than a century ago, will see him begin reading for his Masters in African Studies in September 2008 at University of Oxford, England. Dlamini views this as a vital step in achieving his goal of playing an active role in the broader development of his community, and ultimately Africa.“I understand that my analysis of Africa’s problems is incomprehensive. It is this acknowledgment that leads me to want to pursue a Masters in African Studies,” he says. “It will broaden my knowledge of African economics, history and sociology – three essential areas in understanding Africa’s context and challenges. By being in a class that will explore socio-economic concepts in Africa, I will be able to deepen my passion for my continent by grounding it in evidence and research.”His selection, over several other hopefuls from the Gauteng, North West, Limpopo, and Mpumalanga regions who no doubt displayed credentials that were also admirable, has not surprisingly been stunning.“I am extremely grateful at this stage to all those who have influenced me and contributed to moulding me into the person I am today,” says Dlamini. “Everyone has been overwhelmingly congratulatory and happy for me. It’s been a humbling reminder just how many friends and family members I have who are always rooting for me.”‘Resigned to a life of hardship’Although he was born in Soweto, at age seven his family moved to a traditionally white suburb and he was transferred to a multiracial school.Beyond the challenges of acculturation, both his parents were also retrenched from their jobs in the early 1990s, resulting in significant financial woes for his family.“I was convinced at the time that my family and I were resigned to a life of hardship,” says Dlamini.In 1992, what he calls a “seemingly small event” changed his outlook on what he could achieve academically.“At the end of Standard One [now Grade Three], I was invited to a prizegiving. I knew nothing of prize giving or what actually happens at such evenings. It turned out I was awarded the “Most Conscientious Student “ award. For the first time since I had moved to my new school, my background didn’t matter. It didn’t matter that I came to school in a jalopy or that I was part of an awkward minority in the school.”By the end of his secondary education at Marist Brothers College in 2001, Dlamini finished top of his class with five distinctions and full academic colours. He had also by then amassed several other awards in the areas of academics and community work. In Grade 11, he became the first pupil in the school’s history to be awarded an Honours Blazer, an accolade usually reserved for final year students.In 2002 he enrolled for a BCom Degree in Information Systems at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. He graduated cum laude, making the Dean’s Merit List every year and pronounced Wits University Council’s Academic Merit Scholar from 2002 to 2004.Dlamini is an avid sportsman with several school and university captaincies to his name in the games of rugby and soccer. He is a national silver medalist in martial arts.He is currently employed in Atlanta, USA as a consultant for McKinsey & Company, a firm that advises leading companies on strategies around operations, staff and advancing their business.Dlamini returns to South Africa in March 2008 and he has left the six months remaining until he begins at Oxford without serious commitment for now, affording him well-deserved time to “tie up loose ends and perhaps take a road trip through the country”.Useful linksRhodes Scholarship WebsiteWits University