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eNCA | LIVE VIDEO: SAA to brief Parliament on irregular, wasteful expenditure

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PARLIAMENT – South African Airways chair Dudu Myeni will brief Parliament on Wednesday on measures it is taking to curb irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure at the airline.

The parastatal has been beset by financial problems, requiring regular bailouts from government in order to service their debt repayments.

The South African Cabin Crew Association (SACCA) has said SAA is a profitable organisation that is being undermined by looters.

SAA has projected losses in excess of R800-million for the 2017-2018 financial year.

eNCA | Death toll at Glebelands Hostel up to 93

Durban – Yet another person, believed to be a former peace committee member at the infamous Glebelands Hostel, was shot and killed on Tuesday evening.

Police on Wednesday confirmed that they were investigating a case of murder after a 38-year-old man was killed, bringing the death toll at the hostel to 93.

“It is alleged that the man was at Glebelands hostel yesterday at 21:00 when he was allegedly shot and killed by unknown suspects,” police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Thulani Zwane said.

Zwane said police were still ascertaining the motive for the shooting.

“We appeal to the residents to work together with the police in fighting crime at [the] hostel and report any criminal activities to the police.”

Zwane did not confirm if the matter was related to the peace committee, but said police were “working day and night doing patrols in the area”.

He urged residents to make use of a satellite police station in the area.

When asked to officially confirm the death toll at the hostel, Zwane said: “Unfortunately, we are in no position to provide you with crime statistics as it remains the prerogative of the minister of police.”

Community activist Vanessa Burger, who recently testified at the Moerane Commission on political killings, said the victim was believed to be the former secretary of Block 50 at the hostel. She said the death toll was now at a staggering 93 people. 

The hostel was under the spotlight during the commission after many came forward describing the hostel as a hot bed for hitmen. | Domingo set for new coaching role

Cape Town – Russell Domingo’s tenure as Proteas coach may be a thing of the past, but he reportedly already has a new job lined up.

Domingo’s contract as coach of the South African national team ran out after the recent tour to England, and while reapplied for the role, West Indian Ottis Gibson is the favourite to take over.

Domingo is however the favourite to be named head coach of the Pretoria franchise for the inaugural T20 Global League.

According to Netwerk24, two former Proteas players, Lance Klusener and Neil McKenzie, will be Domingo’s assistants.

Klusener previously coached the Dolphins, while McKenzie has been the Proteas’ batting coach in recent times.

The Pretoria franchise, which is yet to unveil its official name for the tournament, has AB de Villiers as marquee player.

The tournament, which features eight franchises, runs from November 3 to December 16.

eNCA | Guptas sell another company

JOHANNESBURG – The Gupta family’s holding company Oakbay Investments announced on Wednesday that it reached an agreement to sell its Tegeta Exploration and Resources business.

Tegeta which comprises three coal mines, was sold to the Swiss-based Charles King SA for R2.97-billion.

It comes just after the company announced the sale of its media companies, television news channel ANN7 and The New Age newspaper to businessman, Mzwanele Manyi this week. 

In a statement, Oakbay said the Tegeta sale is to save the jobs of employees. 

More to follow. 


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The successful candidate will be Knowledgeable, Ambitious, Energetic and Passionate about the Dairy Industry and will be looking for a long-term career opportunity and development within this farming operation. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Agricultural Diploma Degree essential At least 5 years' previous experience in Dairy Herd Management At least 5 years' previous pasture management experience Computer literate including Afikem and 4th Quadrant Ability to speak Xhosa an advantage For this exciting career opportunity please forward your CV in WORD FORMAT to or visit and upload your CV directly ONLY candidates who meet the minimum requirements may be contacted | ‘Julian we love you, please come home’ – father to missing son

Johannesburg – “Julian we love you, please come home. I promise everything will be okay, just come home.”

These were the words of a distraught father after his son Julian Vadim Seeber, 20, went missing on Tuesday afternoon.

Gabriel Seeber spent all night searching for his son.

He said Julian returned from France on Friday where he studied finance for two years.

Julian suffers from depression and anxiety.

“We had to bring him back [to South Africa] because he wasn’t well. He has been on psychiatric medication,” Seeber said.

Seeber said he received a phone call on Wednesday morning, saying someone might have spotted him in Edenvale.

“He doesn’t know Johannesburg that well, so he could be anywhere right now.”

Julian was last seen wearing a black T-shirt, black hoodie, black denim shorts and a black with white sole Nike takkies.

Anyone with information can contact Seeber on 083 256 1514 or the Pink Ladies on 072 214 7439 or 076 681 5838. | 80% of SA women believe the female condom ‘puts them in charge’

There have been many a controversy about female condoms, but it seems South African women have proven themselves to be forward-thinking in this respect.

Following several studies conducted by the Health Systems Trust (HST), it appears that South Africa is one of the world’s largest users of female condoms. In one of the studies 80% of the women believe that the female condom ‘puts them in charge’ of their own sexual health. 

The HST released the results of many studies in the South African Health Review for 2017. It’s the 20th year this report has been released. 

Progress in SA

After the female condom programme was piloted in 1998, it has grown to be one of the largest government-funded programmes worldwide.

“27 million female condoms were distributed in South Africa in 2015/2016, exceeding the country’s National Strategic Plan (NSP) target of 25 million annually by 2016,” the report noted.

The National Department of Health (NDoH) has stated in the HIV National Strategic Plan (NSP) that one of their aims in attempting to prevent new human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections and sexually transmitted infections (STI) is to increase the access and distribution of female condoms along with male condoms.

The leading reason for the study was to gauge the progress of the female condom programme – if it was well-received by the public, if couples were in fact making use of it and to establish several factors affecting the programme.

One of the interesting outcomes of the study was to what extent popularity of the contraceptive device had increased.

Over 4 400 anonymous surveys were conducted, and more than 77% of people – male and female – in all nine provinces had heard about the female condom, but very few had ever made use of it.

The National Female Condom Evaluation Study done between 2014 and 2016 displayed the number of subjects who had ever used a female condom and while the number is quite a high between the ages of 20 and 29 years, it displayed a gap between the 18- to 20-year-olds – an extremely important age bracket to target.

South African Health Review National Female Condom

By the time their first month interview had arrived, 91% of 598 women had made use of the female condom and the remaining number who had not used it, cited reasons such as it was difficult to use and that their partners refused to use it.

When their six-month interview took place, most women reported that their partners were supportive of them using the female condom – the number had risen to 97%.

Males also on board 

Males were also interviewed and at their first month interview, 58% had said the female condom was either better or much better than the male condom, and by the 12-month interview, the percentage rose to 74%.

Over the years a few changes have been made to the condoms and their packaging. For several years following the pilot project, there had been only one female condom distributed by the NDoH. This condom was classified as “FC1” (female condom 1).

Then FC1 was replaced by the “FC2” (female condom 2), which was made from synthetic latex, but the FC2 would eventually be flanked by two other variants – Cupid and Pleasure More. These new products were gradually introduced to the public through various public and private sectors.

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5 Yoga Moves You’re Probably Doing Wrong—and How to Fix Them

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428: That's how many calories you could burn in one hour of moderate-intensity yoga—that's about the same as in a light jog. Yoga has other benefits, too, such as fighting off the blues. A new study found that people with depression who took 90-minute yoga and breathing classes two or three times weekly for 12 weeks (as well as practicing at home) reported a decrease in symptoms.

But to maximize yoga's many benefits, it's important to perform the basic poses correctly. Here, five poses that many people commonly do incorrectly, plus easy fixes from Kristin McGee, a celebrity yoga and Pilates instructor in New York City and Health's contributing yoga editor. Tip: Hold each pose for four to six breaths, making sure to breathe deeply and evenly.

Seated Spinal Twist

Photo: Tom Corbett

Great for: Strengthening obliques, chest, and shoulders; improving spine flexibility.

Do it right: Sit with legs extended. Bend left knee, placing left heel on floor outside right thigh. Bend right knee in front of you. Place right elbow on outside of left thigh and left palm or fingertips on floor. Keeping hips anchored, inhale as you twist torso to the left. Release and switch sides. Avoid leading with head instead of lower torso.

Downward Dog

Photo: Tom Corbett

Great for: Strengthening arms, legs, and core; stretching hamstrings, shoulders, and back.

Do it right: Begin on all fours, palms wider than shoulder-width apart. Press into hands and feet to lift hips, forming an inverted V with body. Continue lifting through tailbone, keeping spine straight and head between arms. If hamstrings are tight, bend knees. Avoid rounding your lower back.

Tree Pose

Photo: Tom Corbett

Great for: Building focus and improving balance.

Do it right: Stand with feet hip-width apart and arms at sides. Place left sole, with toes relaxed, against right inner thigh or calf; turn left knee out to the side. Bring palms together at heart. Release; switch sides.

Bridge Pose

Photo: Tom Corbett

Great for: Strengthening core, glutes, and hamstrings; lengthening spine.

Do it right: Lie faceup with knees bent, heels flat, and arms at sides. Press into feet, lift hips, and roll spine up off floor. Clasp hands together under body and lift chest. Keep feet parallel, rooting down through big toes.

Forward Bend

Photo: Tom Corbett

Great for: Stretching hamstrings and back; helping release stress.

Do it right: Stand with feet about hip-width apart, arms at sides. Hinge forward, bending knees slightly as you lower head toward floor. Think of your body as a crisply folded piece of paper—the fold should come from your hips. Lengthen spine as you come forward, letting head hang down. It’s OK to keep knees slightly bent.


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Education level: Degree
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We are looking for a creative junior designer with exceptional design, web and photography skills and an eye for detail.

The applicant must be

  • Passionate about design
  • Self-motivated
  • Focused
  • Able work on his/her own
  • Have a can-do attitude
  • An advanced working knowledge of Adobe Suite
  • Must have a completed diploma/certificate in graphic designing
  • A minimum of two years of working experience
  • Able to display professionalism when interacting telephonically and face-to-face with clients
  • Always presentable and maintain the company image 
  • The person must be able to work well under pressure, as well as be able to work alone and in a team to generate new ideas, preparing artwork for print and digital publications 
  • Duties will include, but not limited to:
  • Graphic design (all types of design i.e. print and digital media)
  • Branding
  • Create print material
  • Create print/online layouts and designs
  • Website creation and maintenance
  • Photography
  • Conceptualise and create new ideas
  • Layout design for digital – i.e. websites, desktop, etc.
  • Willingness to share ideas and work together with a team is essential
  • Be a team player
  • Illustrative skills

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Required skills

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  • Adobe InDesign
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Web design 
  • Animation
  • Video and sound editing
  • Illustration and graphic design 
  • Power Point 
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  • CSS

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