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Shooting leaves three wounded

first_imgThree men were wounded in a shooting in Vygieskraal on Friday.According to Athlone SAPS spokeswoman, Sergeant Zita Norman, two men approached a 21-year-old man on the corner of Canal and Veld roads at about 7am.The men shot the 21-year-old in the left arm as he fled.Two men, aged 66 and 67, were caught in the crossfire; one was hit in his right leg, the other in his left foot.The shooters are still at large. Anyone with information can call Athlone police at 021 697 9238/39. Lloyd Dune Simbarashe, 43, was sentenced, in the Western Cape High Court on Monday March 14, to life in prison for the murder of Nikitha Lewis, 24, Ms Lewis was stabbed multiple times by her estranged boyfriend while at a shop with her children, close to the Saartjie Baartman Centre, on Friday October 9 2015. Simbarashe continued to stab Ms Lewis in the back as she ran for cover and in full view of the public.Leaving her body in the shop covered in blood, he tried to flee, but the shop owner closed the doors and held him inside until the police arrived.last_img read more

US Department of Homeland Security to step up Haitian deportations

first_imgWith a look at some of the top stories making the news today, September 26th, across your Caribbean-American community in South Florida, for CNW 90.Today’s news is brought to you by The Goldson Spine and Rehabilitation Center, who reminds you, “After a car accident, Call, Goldson Spine.Here’s a look at the top stories:The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said Thursday that it would begin widening efforts to deport undocumented Haitians in response to thousands of immigrants overwhelming border crossings in recent months. After an earthquake devastated parts of Haiti in 2010, the U.S suspended deportations saying that sending Haitians back to the country at a time of great instability would put their lives at risk.Miami Broward Carnival celebrations are set to begin next weekend, October 9, at the Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds. The Carnival season will kick off with Junior Carnival this Saturday, at the Central Broward Regional Park in Lauderhill, allowing for young people to parade, compete, learn and celebrate Caribbean heritage.South Florida is gearing up for the 35th International Reggae and World Music Awards. The event is allowing residents and fans to have a say in the voting by participating online in categories including “Best Female Voclaist, Best Song, and Best Album.” The International Reggae and World Music Awards are set for this Sunday at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts.In sports:The Miami Marlins cancelled yesterday’s game against the Atlanta Braves due to the death of 24-year-old Jose Fernandez early Sunday morning. Fernandez was killed during a boating accident in Miami waters with two of his close friends. The Marlins will play the NY Mets tonight at 7:10And now, here’s what’s trending:America’s first national museum dedicated to African-American history and culture opened Saturday with emotional words from many civil rights leader and our country’s first black president. In a speech, President Barack Obama pointed out the highs and lows of being black in America, from slavery and Jim Crow segregation to voting rights and economic leaders. President Obama said that duality still lingers, through successes such as his presidency, and trials such as the police killings of black men.For today’s weather forecast:Scattered Storms in Broward County with a high of 86 and a low of 73. Scattered Storms in Miami-Dade, with a high of 85 and a low of 75.For more information on these and other stories, visit caribbeannationalweekly.com. Remember to pick up this week’s copy of our Caribbean National Weekly at your nearest Caribbean – American outlet.Today’s news is brought to you by The Goldson Spine and Rehabilitation Center, who reminds you, “After a car accident, Call, Goldson Spine.You’ve been watching CNW90, I’m Jahlisa Harveylast_img read more

What Mo Salah did when a thief stole from him

first_imgAdvertisement f9ouciNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsd4oWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E0yf91( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 6v3taWould you ever consider trying this?😱37suCan your students do this? 🌚40vjRoller skating! Powered by Firework There is an awe-inspiring story about recent Champions League winner Mo Salah from his early years in Egypt. Now , the Egyptian is an world beater and one of the best forwards in world football but when he was kicking off his career in Alexandria , his house was robbed. Though Mo’s father wanting to press charges, he convinced his father not to and even gave the thief some money to get his situation sorted. Such is the kindness of the Premier League golden boot winner.Advertisement There is an interview of Salah with his club Liverpool’s media team which sheds light on the incredible sacrifices the Egyptian made to reach where he is today.Advertisement “I had originally been playing for a club that was half an hour away from my village in Basyoun,” he told Liverpool’s official website.Then I signed for a club in Tanta, which was one-and-a-half hours away. From there, I went to Arab Contractors in Cairo, so it was a four to four-and-a-half-hour journey five days a week to get to training.Advertisement I was having to leave school early to travel to training. I would go in from 7am until 9am and then I had an official paper to give to my club to say, ‘Mo can leave school early so he can reach the club at 2pm to train.So I was only at school for two hours a day during that time. Now, everything would be difficult if I was not a footballer, I think!For five days a week, every week for three or four years, I would make this journey. I was leaving at 9am in the morning, then I would arrive at the training ground at 2pm or 2.30pm. Training was always at 3.30pm or 4pm. I would finish training at say 6pm, then I’d go home and arrive at 10pm or 10.30pm. Then it was eat, sleep and then the day after the same thing.And it wasn’t just taking one bus – I’d have to transfer buses three, four or even sometimes five times just to arrive at training and then back home again.” Advertisementlast_img read more

Warriors Topp change

first_imgBy RUSSELL BENNETT THE Pakenham Warriors’ remarkable on-court turnaround over the past 12 months was rubber-stamped on Saturday night at…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

ITM to Introduce Barrier Trials to Ireland

first_imgIrish Thoroughbred Marketing (ITM), with the support of Horse Racing Ireland and the Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board, is coordinating the introduction of Barrier Trials to Ireland, starting at Dundalk Stadium from May 2018. The first set of Trials will take place on May 2 when two batches of six horses will trial before racing at Dundalk. The next date is set for May 6 at the same venue under the same format. Barrier Trials are mock races with horses beginning from starting stalls as they would in official races. In other parts of the world they serve as education and race practice for horses, being especially valuable for unraced horses. There is no material incentive to achieve a best possible placing in a Trial. It is just practice.While those benefits will also apply in Ireland, ITM is primarily motivated to introduce Barrier Trials to Ireland to promote increased sales of unraced horses overseas. This is because certain markets, especially in Asia, will only accept unraced horses and Ireland is missing out on significant sales opportunities as a result.For example, as has been the case over the past year, Hong Kong will import 310 ‘PPGs’ (unraced thoroughbreds) during its 2018/19 season and only a very small percentage of those come from Ireland. The vast majority hail from Australia and New Zealand where Trials have been a feature for decades. It is felt that Ireland will stand a better chance of improving its share of this and other lucrative markets by initiating Barrier Trials.Restricted to unraced 2yo and 3yo horses, those participating must have a starting stalls certificate, be in the care of a fully licensed trainer and be ridden by licensed jockeys under catchweights, ie. without assigned weights, as is the practice overseas. The cost will be €100, payable to Dundalk Racecourse, as is the case for schooling races.The trials will be recorded, timed and available to view on ITM’s website and social media channels. Entries for trials can be made through the ITM website, or by emailing barriertrials@itm.ie. Alternatively, trainers can call 087 112 1625.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emailcenter_img Ana O’Brien makes all on Key To My Heart to win the 1m 2f fillies maiden.Dundalk Stadium.Photo:Patrick McCann 12.04.2017last_img read more

Regis outlasts Stratford to capture Division 3 semifinal at WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament

first_imgTigers cannot hold on to two-set lead, fall in five to end historic seasonBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterGREEN BAY — After a pair of comeback wins in sectional play, the Stratford volleyball team found itself in defensive mode during its Division 3 semifinal on Friday afternoon at the 2017 WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament at Resch Center.The Tigers looked like the better team for the first two sets before Eau Claire Regis turned the tables and pulled out a 3-2 victory over Stratford. Regis won 23-25, 15-25, 25-14, 25-20, 19-17 to move on to Division 3 state championship match, which will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday. The Ramblers (26-6) face Lake Country Lutheran (44-5), which defeated Waterloo 3-2 in the other semifinal Friday.“We have no reason to hang our heads at this point,” Stratford coach Brooke Kafka said. “It was an amazing season for all of us. We were put in some positions where we were down and had to dig ourselves out of a hole, and it just came a little too close at the end.”A back-and-forth first set, which neither team led by more than two points, ended with a late Stratford run. The Tigers were down 22-21 before scoring three points in a row, one on a Callie Lehman kill, and ended it on a kill from Makayla Krall to win 25-23.Stratford (44-2) dominated the second set and looked well on its way to playing for a state title.Krall had five kills, and Mazie Nagel added three as the Tigers rolled to a 25-15 win and a 2-0 lead.However, an 11-0 run in the middle of the third set turned things around for the Ramblers.After a sideout earned on a Stratford service error, Elle Matson served 10 points in a row to put Regis up 17-7 and the Tigers got no closer than seven the rest of the way before falling 25-14.Regis jumped out to an 11-2 lead in Game 4 before it was the Tigers’ turn to come back.Freshman Lauryn Nagel had two kills in a 7-2 run that turned a three-point deficit into a 20-18 lead for Stratford, and things seemed to be looking up again. That feeling quickly changed. Following a sideout, Regis scored the last six points of the game on the serve of Ariel Kern to finish off a 25-20 win and knot the match at two games apiece.“I feel like the communication, we could have been a lot better, and things weren’t going in our favor,” Krall said.Kafka said both teams were countering with different adjustments during the third and fourth set, and the Tigers just could not regain the success they were enjoying in the first two sets.“We talked during our timeouts about different holes they had on their side of the court and where to put the ball, and immediately after we made those adjustments, so did they,” Kafka said.The fifth-set tiebreaker was as tight as expected with both teams holding off numerous match points.A kill from Krall and a violation on Regis allowed Stratford to stave off two match points and tie the game at 14-14.The Tigers held off another match point with a kill from Mazie Nagel, and after an ace by Brooke Peterson gave Stratford a match point, Regis managed to tie it. Stratford had another match point at 17-16 before Regis finally ended the game with three-straight points.“It sums up our season actually,” Regis coach Travis Eichner said. “We started super slow, got really good in the middle, and we’re finding ways to win. Our blocks were kicking in. Our defense was being scrappy. Our hitters were powering it in at the end of the game.”Krall and Mazie Nagel each had 18 kills, Nagel and Olympia Garrigan both contributed 12 digs, and Jadyn Dahlke had 30 assists and 11 digs for Stratford.“What a great season for these seniors to have,” Mazie Nagel, a junior, said. “The first time in school history (to make it to the state tournament), that’s groundbreaking, and I don’t think that’s anything to hang your heads about.”(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)last_img read more

Making the Case for Pay Transparency

first_imgRecommending to senior leadership that your organization increase pay transparency can be a difficult sell for HR professionals. However, pay transparency is a strategic move that delivers measurable business benefits – and it’s an issue on which HR should lead. It is important to understand that most executives in America today rose through organizational ranks that viewed compensation as a private matter. Few within organizations had access to salary information, and even fewer talked about it. As a result, many leaders still believe it is appropriate to dissuade or prohibit employees from discussing their own compensation with other employees.Yet we now understand these outdated cultural norms have contributed to the wage gap for women and minorities, among other negative outcomes. Pay transparency can help close those gaps and produce benefits for both employers and employees.For example, providing employees with pay ranges for their current position and those positions in their career path sets realistic expectations. This is crucial, as many employees hold unrealistic expectations based on internet salary searches for job titles that often do not account for or accurately reflect important factors such as experience level, geography, company size, actual tasks and responsibilities, or other types of compensation. These unrealistic salary expectations create serious challenges, including employee disengagement, low morale and retention problems.Clearly communicating your company’s pay ranges facilitates an open dialogue about how those ranges are set, when and why they change, and how employees can move up within them. These discussions in turn increase mutual trust and engagement and foster productive compensation communication — all of which help retain employees, which is especially important in today’s tight labor market. Increasing pay transparency also helps businesses attract and retain a more diverse workforce, which numerous studies have demonstrated translates into better business results. Sharing compensation data advances this effort by ensuring women and minorities have a clearer picture of the going rate for their skill sets, education, experience and performance. While many factors contribute to pay gaps, women and minority groups may have accepted lower compensation in the past because they could not access the information necessary to determine what they should be making based on what they bring to the table.While recommending greater pay transparency to senior leadership in your organization may seem daunting, it is an important discussion to have and a compelling case for HR professionals to make. In a highly competitive labor market, businesses that make the right strategic move of increasing pay transparency will ultimately attract and retain the best talent and come out ahead of those that do not.last_img read more

Console and Application Interoperability with Intel AMT

first_imgHow many consoles can talk to a system where Intel AMT has been configured?   Although only one console\session can occur at a time – any number of consoles\applications can talk to Intel AMT.    The trick is ensuring the Intel AMT configuration is compliant to the various console\application requirements within your environment.There are three common steps:Detection of Intel AMT by the console.   This often includes Intel AMT version and configuration stateConfiguration of the console\application with appropriate credentials and settings to communicate to Intel AMTConfiguration of Intel AMT to work with the target consoles or applictions within your environmentSome consoles, such as Microsoft SCCM or LANDesk, expect to own the configuration of Intel AMT.   Other consoles, such as Altiris CMS or McAfee ePO Deep Command, may have specific Intel AMT configuration requirements yet are flexible in that an external utility (i.e. Intel SCS 8) can configure Intel AMT.  Scripts and utilities such as Intel vPro PowerShell Module only require the correct credentials and certificate information are provided at the time of execution.Last week in my lab, I did a quick test where the LANDesk console configured Intel AMT and a McAfee ePO Deep Command solution was able to use the technology.   Recent customer scenarios have led to Altiris\McAfee, SCCM\Altiris, SCCM and RealVNC Viewer Plus, SCCM\Altiris\McAfee, BMC Marimba and vPro PowerShell, and so forth.Are you interested to know more on how this is done?   Write a comment belowlast_img read more

Balotelli says monkeys are more intelligent than racists

first_imgA French documentary titled ‘I am not a monkey’ which dealt with issues about racism in football features Mario Balotelli, Samuel Eto’o and Patrick Vieira among stars.The documentary will be shown on Canal+ on January 6 but clips from the documentary has been released in advance.Italy international Balotelli, in the documentary interview, revealed the abuse he has received from racists, including in his own homeland.“I have nothing against monkeys,” he shrugs.“In fact, I can 100 percent tell you that monkeys are more intelligent than them (racists).”Mario BalotelliCorini tells Balotelli to “raise his game” Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 According to the Brescia coach, Mario Balotelli “needs to raise his game if he wants to face Juventus” as his team is set to host Bologna.The documentary which was given a French title ‘Je ne suis pas un singe’ was made by Marc Sauvourel and former Roma midfielder Olivier Dacourt.”Je ne suis pas un singe”, le racisme dans le football. 🎥Un nouveau documentaire d’@dacourtolivier et @Marc_Sauvourel à découvrir dimanche 6 Janvier à 21H sur @canalplus 📰 : https://t.co/B8HFMj9ni9 pic.twitter.com/i0HLeMkeln— Canal Football Club (@CanalFootClub) December 23, 2018last_img read more