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first_imgThe Arthur George founder, 33, has kept a relatively low profile over the past few years, but popped back up on an October episode of the E! reality show in honor of Kim Kardashian’s 40th birthday.“Major throwback lol HAPPY BIRTHDAY @kimkardashian‼️” Rob captioned an old photo for his sister’s big day on October 21. “Wishing you another Blessed year filled with good health and HAPPINESS 🙂 💙💙 I LOVE YOU SO MUCH woohoooo!!”Rob Kardashian Through the Years: Reality TV Star to Arthur George Sock DesignerE!Rob was also in attendance for the Skims founder’s private island birthday party last month.- Advertisement – The momager gushed about her only son, revealing how he’s grown as a parent after welcoming daughter Dream in November 2016 with his ex-fiancée Blac Chyna, who is currently suing Kardashian family for allegedly getting the pair’s E! reality show canceled.Kris Jenner Says Rob Kardashian Is So Good After His KUWTK ReturnKris Jenner Rob Latour/Shutterstock“His daughter, Dream, is great and he’s so in love with that kid,” Jenner explained. “He’s such a great dad and you never know — you have kids, they grow up, they have their kids — and you just don’t know how somebody is going to be as a parent but he’s just … wow.”She added: “He really is amazing.”- Advertisement – Back in action! Kris Jenner opened up about how her son, Rob Kardashian, is doing after reappearing on Keeping Up With the Kardashians last month.“He’s so good. He is so good,” Jenner, 64, said on the Tuesday, November 3, episode of iHeartRadio’s “Pretty Messed Up” podcast. “He’s really great.”- Advertisement – The California native was all smiles as he posed for photos with four of his five sisters while on vacation with the family in October. He was joined by Kim, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Kendall Jenner. Kylie Jenner missed the festivities due to “other commitments,” a source previously told Us Weekly.Rob also appeared on KUWTK in April in an episode celebrating his daughter’s 3rd birthday.“I am so proud of Rob and what a cute party he gave for Dream,” Kris said during the episode, referencing the Trolls-themed bash Rob threw. “He wanted it to be so special. From the cake to the bubble guy, it was just so cute.”The Grandeza Hot Sauce cocreator returned to social media two months later in June after being out of the public eye for some time. He posted photos from Khloé’s 36th birthday party where he showed off his slimmer figure.A source exclusively told Us in July that the reality star has been “taking really good care of himself” lately and is “in a good mental state.”The insider added: “He’s really focused on being a parent, he lives for Dream and that keeps him in a good place.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! – Advertisement –last_img read more

first_img– amid market share loss, other challengesBy Utamu Bellehe management of Bosai Minerals Group Guyana Incorporated (BMGGI) has announced a move to grant its employees tax-free overtime, on the heels of a similar move by Aroaima-based Russian Aluminium (RUSAL).BMGGI officials meeting with Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman and regional officialsThe move was announced by Company Secretary, retired Major General Norman McLean on Tuesday, during a tour of the company’s plant operations by Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman. Following the tour, officials of the company and regional officials had a meeting with the Minister. Those in attendance included BMGGI General Manager (ag) Eric Hue, Region 10 Chairman Renis Morian, and BMGGI Personnel Manager Trudell Marks. McLean said the company, in like fashion, would have adopted what RUSAL was recently advised to do in granting tax-free overtime, further explaining that it was a burning issue, which the company tried to settle for a long time and workers were expected to take strike action over. He said the workers welcomed the decision, while stressing that Finance Minister Winston Jordan has rejected almost everything the company asked for, and as such, he was very happy to see that the workers would be receiving tax-free overtime.ChallengesDuring the discourse, McLean also outlined various challenges being faced by the company, highlighting that one of the major problems was the issue of property tax. He explained to the Minister that the company has been seeking a five-year break from paying property tax. The Company Secretary said it was his hope that the issue of property tax would be dealt with in a similar vein as the issue of tax-free overtime, given the fact that Government was a 30 per cent shareholder in the company. He stressed that having the two dust collectors set up only compounds the situation, as it has increased the property tax costs. McLean added that he was very surprised to hear of complaints regarding dust in the environment when there were two dust collectors at the company which captures dust. On that note, he said the company was facing serious challenges, but it has always been one which was respectable and bent on finding new avenues.McLean further cited frequent blackouts in the community as another issue, and pointed out that the company, which is tasked with providing electricity has eight “old” Wärtsilä generators, while noting concerns in the past.Market loss“What you see here today is a manifestation of some of the problems we are facing. There is overproduction, we’ve lost market share … so things are very difficult for us … I keep reminding your Minister of Finance that the Government is the 30 per cent shareholder in this company, so whatever we do, Government enjoys the fruit of that. So, I do want to remind them that we do have problems,” McLean went on to state.He added that the company was currently looking at metal grade bauxite and moving 500,000 tonnes since it has built a plant in China, which will need 500,000 tonnes of manganese ore; however, there were challenges surrounding this task. Another challenge which McLean pointed out was that trucks took approximately seven hours to travel from Matthews Ridge to Port Kaituma. He explained that hauling them also posed a real challenge. Hence, the company is looking at a different route and establishing its own port.Government awarenessMinister Trotman in response said Government was aware of the challenges faced by the company, including that of property tax, and promised to try his best to partner with the company to assist. He added that a Committee would be put together to assess the state of bauxite in the country, noting that he believed that it was a timely endeavour, in light of the nation observing a hundred years of bauxite mining.“So, we’ll have a review of where things are and where we see it with regard to the future and what role your company will be playing,” he said. Trotman also urged that workers be treated with respect and the highest level of safety be undertaken at the company. He further praised BMGGI for taking the step to grant tax-free overtime for workers.The Minister added that he was very happy with the project at Matthews Ridge and promised to visit the location next week, but expressed concern over discarded materials which he noted were being put “everywhere” in the bauxite plant. He was quickly assured by officials that the plant was in the process of being cleaned up. Regional Chairman Renis Morian also noted that he was pleased with the support shown to the workers with the granting of tax-free overtime.last_img read more