Ian Holloway says QPR’s inability to replace Charlie Austin could cost themIan Holloway believes QPR’s lack of firepower will prevent them from challenging for promotion – and he thinks Brentford will go down.Holloway, who spent a total of 10 years at Rangers as a player and manager, has backed current boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink but does not believe the Dutchman’s squad is strong enough.In his Championship preview for Sky Sports, Holloway predicted QPR would finish 11th this season.He said: “I’m not entirely sure about the QPR squad yet.“Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is the right man for the job but they haven’t replaced Charlie Austin.“It’s OK to play in a certain style but you need to have a striker like Jimmy was to bang in the goals.”And Holloway fears Brentford are in for an even tougher season, predicting they will finish 22nd and be relegated.Holloway, whose playing career also included a spell with the Bees, said: “Brentford are regressing. Mark Warburton got them punching above their weight.“They still haven’t replaced Andre Gray and Alan Judge will be missing for the start of the season. They could be in trouble.”Holloway also predicts another difficult season for Fulham, who he tips to finish 17th.“Fulham’s problem is that they’ve got a lot of overpaid experience and too many youth players,” he said.“They could have another tough season, especially without the goals of Moussa Dembele and potentially Ross McCormack.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
16 November 2010Legal Aid South Africa has launched the Legal Aid Advice Line – 0860 LEGAL 8 (0860 534 258) – a call centre aimed at giving free legal advice on civil matters to poorer South Africans.The 12 staff members at the centre, which has been operational since June, give expert advice on civil matters such as those relating to family, children and land. Where appropriate, they refer callers to justice centres or other organisations for further assistance.The aim of the initiative is to help South Africans earning R5 000 or less a month, especially those in rural areas, with immediate legal advice.So far, the call centre offers legal advice in five of South Africa’s 11 official languages.“Legal Aid South Africa’s Legal Advice Line is a call centre of a special type,” Deputy Justice Minister Andries Nel said at the official launch in Johannesburg last week. “It is designed to further Legal Aid South Africa’s strategy to enhance access to justice for the poor and the vulnerable.”Legal services for allDuring the 2009/10 financial year, Legal Aid South Africa provided legal services at criminal courts across the country through its 64 Justice Centres and 63 satellite offices.During this period, Legal Aid SA assisted in 416 149 new legal matters, including 387 121 criminal matters and 29 028 civil matters.Legal Aid SA aims to expand its civil services, focusing to begin with on matters affecting vulnerable groups such as children, women and landless people, then expanding these to broader constituencies.“The Legal Advice Line represents a significant milestone in the quest to extend access to justice to rural areas, where the cost of establishing justice centres and/or satellite offices might be prohibitive,” Nel said.“The Legal Advice Line is the first of its kind in the country, and its formal opening is indeed cause for celebration.”SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material read more
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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The 79th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, sponsored by AgriGold, brings together host Ty Higgins alongside Joel Penhorwood, Matt Reese, and Dale Minyo.Ohio FFA members excelled at the 2018 National FFA Convention, with 434 American Degrees. Joel talks with Sydney Malone about her American Degree and hearing President Trump speak.Joel and Matt also sit down for a roundtable discussion with several Ohio FFA state officers.Ty gets an update on the latest #WaterDrama18 with Kris Swartz of Soil and Water as well as Ohio Farm Bureau’s Adam Sharp.All that and much more in the Ohio Ag Net Podcast.