A group of African tour operators are teaming up with conservation charity Tusk to raise money for wildlife rangers in some of the continents most popular safari destinations.
With safari holidays ceasing during the coronavirus pandemic, prized areas such as Tanzania’s Serengeti and South Africa’s Kruger are struggling to pay the salaries of the rangers, who are the first line of defence against poaching. Despite the devastating cuts to their income, they are still working to tackle the surging…
Racing Point got Mercedes brake ducts in January as spares – Motorsport.com, Edition: Global
Racing Point received 2019-spec Formula 1 brake ducts from Mercedes in January as spare parts for its RP20 car in pre-season testing.
Racing Point was docked 15 constructors championship points and handed a 400,000 fine on Friday after it was deemed to have used an illegal design process for its rear brake ducts on its 2020 car.
The team previously used brake ducts supplied by Mercedes when they were a non-listed part, but were required to design their own for the 2020 season. Racing Point intends to appeal the FIAs ruling, while four rival teams are also planning similar action in pursuit of a harsher penalty.
The FIA stewa…
10 transfers that would happen this summer including Jadon Sancho to Man Utd – Mirror Online
The rumour mill is gathering pace with the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool expected to do business
The transfer window has become one of the most exciting parts of the football calendar.
Woven into the weeks of uncertainty and speculation are the hopes and dreams of supporters, and the inherent belief that just a few key additions can make their goals achievable.
Running parallel to that are the predictions of pundits all desperate to secure the big scoop.
For that reason, we looked at 10 of the most likely transfers to happen this summer.
Willian to Arsenal
If the cascade of press repor…
Coronavirus live news: US nears 5m cases as Australia records deadliest day – The Guardian
Australia reports 17 deaths and 404 new cases, as US approaches 5m cases and Brazil passes 100,000 dead
Owen Alexander, a recent law graduate who lives in Flemington in Melbournes inner city, went for a position in a call centre for the Australian Tax Office. He was told they had received about 5,000 applicants, and didnt get the job.
It really makes you start to feel bad about yourself, he says. Youre reading job descriptions for things you dont actually want to do, knowing the pay is terrible, knowing youre probably not even going to get an interview.
It constantly chips away at your self-este…
Sports22 hours ago
Maurizio Sarri sacked as Juventus manager after one season – BBC Sport
Technology15 hours ago
Qualcomm reportedly asks US to let it sell chips for Huawei phones – Engadget
Entertainment16 hours ago
Total Wipeout: Freddie and Paddy Takeover, review: Top Gear duo’s banter was a load of big red balls – Telegraph.co.uk
Sports20 hours ago
Copenhagen manager sends warning to Manchester United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – Manchester Evening News
Sports22 hours ago
Leicester City’s £22m flop makes transfer ‘request’ revelation – Leicestershire Live
National21 hours ago
At least 26 migrants land on Kent beaches – BBC News
Sports24 hours ago
Manchester United handed double injury boost for Europa League quarter-final – Manchester Evening News
Technology21 hours ago
Quake free to download if you log in to the Bethesda launcher this weekend – Eurogamer.net