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NATIONAL QUARRIES COMPANY LIMITED
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Environmental Officer II is generally responsible for conducting
and coordinating prescribed functions that relate to rehabilitation works, waste water management and
conducting environmental monitoring activities related to the ISO 140001:2004 Standards.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:
1. Develop and co-ordinate rehabilitation works of exhausted areas.
2. Manage the operations at the Tilapia Facility and to co-ordinate all its requirements.
3. Keep up to date with legislation regulation, codes of practice and good practice as it related to the
environment and rehabilitation of Scott's Quarry and Turure.
4. To maintain and update environmental non-conformances; environmental observations; environmental
corrective/preventive action; environmental records; spill records.
5. To conduct and co-ordinate as necessary prescribed environmental monitoring activities.
6. To develop and co-ordinate water management plan for silted water from processing.
7. To assist in the functioning of the water recycling plant.
8. To conduct other monitoring activities as required by the EMA.
9. Maintains records and prepare operating records and reports.
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Djokovic dumped a
backhand into the net
and stood in place for a
moment, stunned by
another upset in Cincin-
It s the only place
where he can t win.
John Isner ended
Djokovic s attempt to
make ATP history yes-
terday, beating the world s
No. 1 player 7-6 (5), 3-6,
7-5 in the quarterfinals
at the Western & South-
Djokovic has never
won in Cincinnati, the
only Masters event that
has eluded him during his
career. He has lost in the
finals four times, includ-
ing last year to Roger Fed-
erer. All he needs to do
is hoist the winner s tro-
phy one time in Cincin-
nati to become the first
player to win all nine
"It s disappointing that
I played this way,"
Djokovic said. "For me,
it s very disappointing."
Isner reached the
semifinals in Cincinnati
for the first time, knock-
ing off a world No. 1 for
only the second time in
his career. His other No.
1 upset? He beat Djokovic
at Indians Wells in the
semifinals last year for his
only career win against
Isner will play seventh-
seeded Juan Martin del
Potro, who advanced on
Friday by beating qualifier
Dmitry Tursunov 6-4, 3-
6, 6-1. Del Potro is in the
Djokovic's bid for ATP
history ends in Cincy
semifinals for the second
year in a row.
In the women s draw,
Jankovic beat 12th-seeded
Roberta Vinci 6-0, 6-4
to reach the semifinals for
the third time. She won
the tournament in 2009
and lost the title match
to Maria Sharapova in
"I love playing here in
Cincinnati because I have
great results in the past,"
said Jankovic, who fought
off eight of nine break
points in the second set.
"So that always helps. I
mean, I was a finalist and
a champion before, so
you always love coming
back to places where you
can win." (AP)
John Isner celebrates after upsetting top-seeded
Novak Djokovic, from Serbia, 7-6 (5), 3-6, 7-5, in a
quarterfinal match at the Western & Southern
Open tennis tournament, yesterday in Mason, Ohio.
BOKSBURG---Former Grand Slam doubles champion
Bob Hewitt was charged in a South African court yes-
terday with two counts of rape and one count of sexual
assault of minors in cases that date back as far as the
Prosecutors charged the 73-year-old Hewitt, a former
member of tennis Hall of Fame, with raping a girl under
the age of 16 in 1981 in Sun City in northern South
Africa. Hewitt also was charged with raping another girl
under 16 in Boksburg, east of Johannesburg, in 1982. A
third charge of sexual assault of a girl under 18 in Boksburg
in 1994 was read out at Boksburg Magistrate s Court.
Hewitt, who won 15 Grand Slam doubles titles, has
previously denied the accusations. He did not attend
his case s first court hearing yesterday citing ill health,
but defence lawyer Alwyn Griebenow said Hewitt denies
all the charges.
Hewitt is suffering from anxiety attacks and depression
among other health problems, is taking medication and
couldn t travel from his home in Addo, on South Africa s
southern coast, to attend the hearing, Griebenow told
The case was adjourned until October 4. (AP)
WEST PALM BEACH---A December 17 trial date
has been set in Palm Beach County for former tennis
star Jennifer Capriati in a stalking and battery case
involving her ex-boyfriend.
The 37-year-old Capriati is accused of punching
Ivan Brannan while he worked out at a gym on Valen-
tine s Day. Authorities also say Capriati stalked Bran-
nan for months earlier. The charges are misde-
Capriati s attorney calls the accusations false. The
trial date was set at a hearing yesterday that Capriati
did not attend.
Capriati is a member of the International Tennis
Hall of Fame who began her professional career at
age 13. She won a gold medal at the 1992 Barcelona
Olympics and later won the French and Australian
opens. She was arrested for shoplifting and marijuana
possession in the 1990s. (AP)
Dec 17 trial for
Capriati for battery
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