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Quality Assurance Software Tester (cape Town)

QUALITY ASSURANCE SOFTWARE TESTER (CAPE TOWN) in Western Cape | Other IT/Computer | Job Mail | 4361871

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OUR CLIENT DEALING AND DEVELOPING SOFTWARE FOR THE RETAIL AND FINANCIAL INDUSTRY REQUIRES A QUALITY ASSURANCE SOFTWARE TESTER IN CAPE TOWN

Requirements:

  • Grade 12/ Matric
  • Relevant IT Diploma/ Certificate
  • 1 – 2 years’ Experience as a Quality Assurance Software Tester
  • Experience using Agile Methodologies
  • Experience in testing in an Enterprise Development Environment
  • Experience using SQL to interrogate and analyze data
  • Technical Background
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Valid Driver’s license and own transport

 

Applicants must reside in CAPE TOWN or surrounding area.

Please take note: if you have not been contacted within 14 days, please consider your application unsuccessful.

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Qualified Cheese Maker (howick, Kwa-zulu Natal)

ONE OF SOUTH AFRICA’S TRUSTED FMCG DAIRIES IS SEEKING TO EMPLOY AN QUALIFIED CHEESE MAKER IN HOWICK, KWA-ZULU NATAL

Please Note:

If you do not fit the specification with the minimum requirements your application will not be accepted for this position. Shortlisted candidates may be required to complete an Assessment or Test to demonstrate your knowledge of this position.

Requirements:

  • Matric Certificate/ Grade 12
  • Qualified Cheese Maker
  • Experience with food safety systems
  • Experience in the manufacture of soft cheeses, especially Mozzarella
  • Potential to grow our cheese business through innovation

 

Applicants must reside in HOWICK, KWA-ZULU NATAL or surrounding area.

Only South African citizens, who are suitably qualified, live in the applicable area and meet the requirements of the position are eligible to apply for this vacancy.

Please take note: if you have not been contacted within 14 days, please consider your application unsuccessful.

 

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News24.com | Deadly Zim fuel protests: Dirco ‘confident’ Zim govt will ‘resolve situation’

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) is “confident that the measures being taken by the Zimbabwean government will resolve the situation” as protests over fuel prices continue.

Consultations were taking place between diplomats and the SA government was “monitoring the situation”, department spokesperson Ndivhuwo Mabaya said in a statement on Tuesday.

Earlier on Tuesday, a Zimbabwean military helicopter fired tear gas at demonstrators in the capital on the second day of deadly protests, AP reported.

OVERVIEW: Zim military helicopter fires teargas at demonstrators in capital Harare

This comes after the government more than doubled the price of fuel over the weekend, announcing a price of $3.11 (R42.96) per litre for diesel, and $3.33 (R45.97) per litre for gasoline. 

The increase resulted in the country’s biggest protest since last year’s post-election violence.

Social media platforms have been disabled, AP reported, while businesses and schools have been shut down.

Public transport also came to a standstill in most parts of the country.

Five people were killed in Monday’s protests during which security forces opened fire on crowds, according to the Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights.

Another human rights group said 26 people suffered gunshot wounds and that some were afraid to go to hospitals for fear of arrest or assault, AP reported.

Meanwhile, the EFF in a statement said it “extends its solidarity” with the people of Zimbabwe.

“We call on the government of Zimbabwe to respond to these demonstrations with restraint. We particularly condemn the unleashing of military on citizens who are exercising their right to protest,” the party said.

“A democratic government knows too well that militaries are not entities used to respond to protesting, armless, and defenseless citizens. To unleash the military is to treat citizens as enemies of the state, who must be met with excessive violence, force and death, as militaries are death driven, only to be deployed to those who are armed and sworn enemies of the people.”

Militaries should “never ever be used against protests and civil defiance demonstrations actions,” it said.

“The progressive international community celebrated the fall of [former president Robert] Mugabe, with the hope that the era of human rights abuse, associated with his reign in Zimbabwe, will come to an end. President [Emmerson] Mnangagwa is therefore consistent with the Mugabe administration in violation of the citizen’s right to protest and civil disobedience.”

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Sport24.co.za | ‘Mission accomplished’ for Ottis Gibson and Proteas

Cape Town – The 3-0 scoreline in the Test series against Pakistan gave Proteas coach Ottis Gibson a result to celebrate, but he was also as thrilled about how his team had checked all the boxes in bringing up that sweep.

“We did exactly what we set out to do,” Gibson was quoted as saying in ESPNcricinfo.

“We wanted to play four fast bowlers, and the way we played, the pitches suited four fast bowlers. The four fast bowlers did a fantastic job. Batsmen struggled for runs, but they still scored, we got two hundreds in the series, and all in all, mission accomplished.”

South Africa closed the series with a 107-run win in the third Test on Monday as their bowlers took seven wickets in the morning session to bowl out Pakistan.

This was a series dominated by the bowlers: Duanne Olivier, the Player of the Series, picked up 24 wickets, while Kagiso Rabada (17), Dale Steyn (12) and Vernon Philander (6) combined with him to make for a potent pace attack.

For the visitors, Mohammad Amir picked up 12 wickets, while Shaheen Shah Afridi had nine in two games and Faheem Ashraf took six in his only Test.

On tricky surfaces to bat, only two batsmen got hundreds, and given the situation, Gibson was all praise for their efforts.  

“I keep saying to the batters (that) when the wickets are like this, you don’t need to score 500,” he explained.

“If we get 262 in the first innings, with our four fast bowlers on a fast bouncy track that’s a great score, because we know that we can knock a team over for under that, which we did.

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“To be fair to the guys in the dressing room, especially the batters, they’ve bought into what I’ve been saying. To score Test match runs has always been difficult, but we’ve been seen that in some of the pitches we’ve played on, as much as people have said how difficult they were, when you’ve applied yourself and you took a few blows, you got your reward,” said Gibson

“Faf (du Plessis) got a brilliant hundred in Cape Town and Quinton (de Kock) got a special hundred here. It’s not like the wickets were minefields, you had to work a little bit harder to score runs, and when you did, what a good feeling it was.”

News24.com | WATCH: 3 dead, internet still down as Zim tightens crackdown over protests

Three people have been shot dead and many injured, Zimbabwe’s main opposition party said on Tuesday, as security forces crack down on protests triggered by a sharp, sudden rise in fuel prices.

The streets of the capital Harare were deserted a day after widespread demonstrations when public anger erupted over the country’s worsening economic crisis.

Zimbabwe’s mobile phone networks and internet were partially shut down, with one industry source saying the systems had been jammed and many users were complaining of severely limited access.

The government more than doubled petrol prices at the weekend after months of shortages that saw drivers queueing for hours to fill up. Essentials such as bread and medicine have also been scarce.

“The information we have received is that two people were shot dead in Chitungwiza (on the outskirts of Harare) and one person in Kadoma (town),” MDC opposition party spokesperson Jacob Mafume told AFP.

“This is needless loss of lives. Many have been injured, some of them seriously.” He gave no further details.

Amnesty reported that eight people had died, without giving a source, and criticised “repressive measures” taken by the government to quash the protests.

On Tuesday morning, police fired tear gas in Zimbabwe’s second city Bulawayo after protesters chanted for the removal of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was on an official visit to Moscow.

An AFP reporter witnessed looting in the city, a stronghold of opposition to the ruling Zanu-PF party.

 ‘Police beat me’ 

Most shops remained closed in Harare, and minibus taxis that usually transport workers from the suburbs to the city centre were not running.

In the suburb of Kuwadzana, police were on patrol and forcing people off the streets.

One resident, Tawanda Mataya, said police had beaten him and slapped his 17-year-old son.

“It’s so painful,” Mataya told AFP showing swellings on his back.

“I was standing at my gate to assess whether I could go to work then this group of police who were passing by started beating me.

“My son who heard me screaming and opened the window to see what was happening was slapped several times.”

Mnangagwa announced the fuel price hike in a televised address late on Saturday, saying it was needed to tackle severe shortages and illegal trading.

He replaced longtime ruler and autocrat Robert Mugabe following a military takeover in 2017, before winning a disputed election in July.

Speaking during his visit to Russia, Mnangagwa said the fuel price increase “was necessary and still is”.

On Monday, police dispersed hundreds of protesters who burnt tyres, erected barricades and looted businesses on the first day of a three-day general strike.

Security Minister Owen Ncube said the security action caused “loss of life” without giving figures on the number of dead and wounded.

 Economy in ruins 

The Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights said 13 people had sustained gunshot wounds in and around Harare on Monday. At least 200 people were arrested.

Zimbabwe’s economy has been in dire straits since hyperinflation wiped out savings between 2007 and 2009, when the Zimbabwean dollar was abandoned in favour of the US currency.

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Zimbabweans mainly rely on electronic payments as US dollar notes are in short supply. The local “bond note” currency, introduced in 2016, is little trusted and falling in value.

Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa blamed the protests on “terrorism”.

“Threats to overthrow a constitutionally elected government by force and install an unelected person as president of Zimbabwe will be thwarted,” she vowed.

The Zimbabwe Trade Union Confederation (ZCTU) reiterated its call to continue the strike.

“Today it’s day two of the Shutdown. We urge workers and citizens everywhere to stay at home,” ZCTU tweeted. “There must be economic reforms for the poor to survive.”

Mnangagwa – Mugabe’s former deputy – has claimed that he represents a fresh start for the country and has vowed to revive the economy by attracting foreign investment.

Two days after July’s election in July, soldiers opened fire using live bullets on protesters in Harare, leaving six dead.

Detail Sales Representative (cvs)

Leading pharmaceutical company seeks a suitably qualified and experienced Detail Sales Representative with CVS product detail experience to join their dynamic team. You will be responsible for the Free State Region with country trips to surrounding areas on a regular basis.
Salary: Negotiable Plus Perks (Travel, Petrol and Cell Phone Allowance, Tablet, Medical Aid, Provident Fund, Monthly commission, bi-annual incentives and a performance based 13th Cheque)
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Relevant Business, Bachelors or Medical Sciences Degree.
Min 1 – 3 years’ Pharmaceutical Sales experience required.
Strong knowledge of CVS disease area.
Strong knowledge of generic market preferred
Demonstrated ability of achieving success in a pharmaceutical (detail) sales environment,
Good knowledge of medical terms and applications e.g. understanding of anatomy, physiology, disease and pharmaceutical treatments.
Good knowledge and proven application of administration processes, systems and practices
Outstanding communication skills (written and verbal)
Computer literate and proficient in all Microsoft Packages (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook)
Driven and self-motivated.
Professional image with strong business acumen and good business ethics.
Own vehicle and valid driver’s license.
Strong existing relationships with key pharmacies in allocated geographic area would be advantageous. Please send CV TO cmerec@netactive.co.za

Admin/stock Controller

Must be bilingual English/Afrikaans.
Must have knowledge of general admin.
Willing to work overtime.
Must be able to operate on their own.
Must have pride in their work.
Must be diligent
Must be able to work with the public
Must be computer literate .
Must be able to create spreadsheets
Must have knowledge of stock control
Must preferably be located in the Humansdorp/Jeffreys Bay area.
Must have transport.
Must self motivated. Submit CV to hr@elmo.co.za
closing date 21 January 2018

Health24.com | Even a little exercise may help cancer patients live longer

Regular exercise before and after a cancer diagnosis significantly improves odds of survival, a new study finds.

Among more than 5 800 US patients with a range of early- to late-stage cancers, those who exercised three or four times a week before and after their diagnosis had a 40% lower risk of death than inactive patients, researchers reported.

Much lower risk of death

But survival gains were strong even for patients who began exercising only after their cancer diagnosis.

“Patients who reported never doing any type of exercise until they were faced with a cancer diagnosis cut their risk of death by 25–28% compared to those who remained inactive,” said first author Rikki Cannioto. She’s an assistant professor of oncology at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center in Buffalo, New York.

Patients who exercised once or twice a week also had a much lower risk of death than inactive patients, suggesting that any amount of regular, weekly activity is better than no activity, according to the researchers.

Study participants had blood or head and neck cancers, as well as breast, prostate, lung, colon, kidney, oesophageal, bladder, ovarian, endometrial, pancreatic, liver or stomach cancers. Others had sarcoma or cervical, thyroid, testicular, brain or skin cancers.

Encouraging finding

The strongest link between exercise and reduced risk of death was seen with eight types: breast, colon, prostate, ovarian, bladder, endometrial, oesophageal and skin cancer, the research team said.

The results “solidify the importance of the message that when it comes to exercise, some weekly activity is better than inactivity,” Cannioto said in a Roswell news release.

The finding that low-to-moderate weekly exercise is associated with improved survival is particularly encouraging, Cannioto said, given that cancer patients and survivors can be overwhelmed by the current recommendations of at least 30 minutes of daily moderate-to-intense physical activity.

The study was published recently in the journal Cancer Causes & Control.

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6 Moves for Sculpted Shoulders by New Year’s Eve

There's something to be said about having tank-top ready shoulders, even in the winter. That's because having a toned upper body does (way) more for you than meets the eye. Yes, shapely shoulders will give the appearance of a smaller waist, and yes, your arms will look stellar in that cocktail dress. But strengthening this area will also help to relieve pressure from your neck and back, while helping with your overall posture. Basically, toned shoulders are a win-win no matter how you look at it.

Now that you're convinced, check out my six-move routine for toned shoulders. Repeat the circuit three times a week to get cocktail-dress ready by New Year's Eve.

Alternating shoulder press

Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your arms at your sides. While holding two medium dumbbells, extend your left arm straight out to the side while holding the other dumbbell at a 90 degree angle out to the side of your right ear (A). Continue holding your left arm out while your right arm presses up until it is straight up in the air (B). Bring your right arm back to a 90 degree angle and repeat for 12-15 reps. When you've finished, repeat on the other side.

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Arnold press

Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart, holding two medium dumbbells. Bring the dumbbells in front of your face with your arms bent and your palms facing you (A). From here, bring both elbows out to the side while rotating your palms so they face outwards. At this point, your arms should be at a 90 degree angle on the outside of your ears (B). Next, press both arms straight up above your head until your arms are straight, but not locked out (C). Release your arms back to the first position and repeat for 12-15 more reps.

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Bent-over rear delt fly

Grab two medium dumbbells and stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, with your knees bent. Hinge forward slightly from your hips while keeping your back flat. Next, hold the two dumbbells in your hands with your arms bent at about a 45-degree angle and your palms facing you (A). From here, slowly lift your arms as if your thumbs were being pulled towards the ceiling. Stop when your arms are parallel with your shoulders (B)Â and release back to starting position. Repeat for 12-15 reps.

Photo: Jennifer Cohen

Pike push-ups on the bench

Stand about two feet away from a step or bench and place your hands on it so that your fingertips are facing each other (A). Start out with a higher surface for beginners and as you get stronger, you can use a lower surface. Keep your legs straight (but not locked out), back flat, and stand up on your toes. From here, bend your elbows to lower your head toward the bench or step (B). Go as low as you're able to and then press back up to starting position. Repeat this for 8-10 reps.

Photo: Jennifer Cohen

Upright row

Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, shoulders back, and holding two dumbbells about an inch in front of your thighs with your palms facing your body (A). While keeping the dumbbells close to your body, raise the dumbbells straight up towards your nose using your shoulders. Stop when your elbows are parallel with your shoulders (B) and release back down. Repeat for 12-15 reps.

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Photo: Jennifer Cohen

Dumbbell curl to press

Stand with your feet shoulder width apart and dumbbells at your sides with your palms facing outwards (A). Perform a bicep curl and then rotate your elbows and hands out to your sides (B). From here, press straight up until your arms are directly overhead (C). Lower down and repeat for 10-12 reps.

Photo: Jennifer Cohen

Looking for more articles like this? Check out 4 Moves for a Toned Back and Upper Body.

Jennifer Cohen is a leading fitness authority, TV personality, entrepreneur, and best-selling author of the new book, Strong is the New Skinny. With her signature, straight-talking approach to wellness, Jennifer was the featured trainer on The CW's Shedding for the Wedding, mentoring the contestants to lose hundreds of pounds before their big day, and she appears regularly on NBC's Today ShowExtraThe Doctors, and Good Morning America. Connect with Jennifer on FacebookTwitterG+ and on Pinterest.

 

Temp Photography Editor (Johannesburg)

Remuneration: negotiable 
Location: Johannesburg, Paulshof, Bryanston, Sandton
Education level: Diploma
Job level: Junior/Mid
Type: Temporary
Company: Netflorist

Job description

This position is ideal for a recent design or photography graduate as no prior working experience is required. As with any online e-commerce site, the pace is very fast and things are constantly changing so the applicant must be someone who can take initiative, listen to directions and work well under pressure.  

To be considered for this job, all applicants must send through their CV and portfolio to us. To ensure that we choose the best people for the job, all applicants may be subject to a small test after interview.

Company Description

NetFlorist, South Africa’s leading online flower and gifting service, is a company that is forever growing and always on the lookout for new talent. We are currently seeking a temporary Photography Editor with the necessary qualification, skills, experience and ‘go-getter’ attitude to join our dynamic team.

Requirements

  • Have a relevant tertiary qualification specialising in photography or graphic design
  • Be well versed in Adobe Photoshop
  • Hold some industry knowledge working with mock-up templates
  • Have an eye for detail
  • Have strong photo editing skills

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Product Graphic Designer (Johannesburg)

Remuneration: negotiable 
Location: Johannesburg, Paulshof, Bryanston, Sandton
Education level: Diploma
Job level: Junior/Mid
Type: Temporary
Company: Netflorist

Job description

This position is ideal for a recent design graduate or junior designer as no prior working experience is required. As with any online e-commerce company, the pace is very fast and things are constantly changing so the applicant must be someone who can take initiative, listen to directions and work well under pressure.

All potential applicants must send through a CV and a portfolio. To ensure that we employ the best candidate for the job, applicants may be subject to a small test after the interview.

Company Description

NetFlorist, South Africa’s leading online flower and gifting service, is a company that is forever growing and always on the lookout for new talent. We are currently seeking a temporary Product Designer with the necessary qualification, skills, experience and ‘go-getter’ attitude to join our dynamic team

Requirements

  • Hold a relevant tertiary qualification. A BA degree is preferred.
  • Have experience working with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign
  • Watch consumer trends to identify desirable product traits.
  • Have an eye for detail.
  • Know how to construct a 2D design for a 3D object.
  • Be creative with a strong design aesthetic.

Posted on 15 Jan 08:51

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Sales Account Manager (Durban)

Remuneration: Commission only 
Benefits: Flexible working hours and can work from home.
Location: Durban
Job level: Mid/Senior
Own transport required: Yes
Travel requirement: Occasional
Type: Contract
Reference: #SAM
Company: Blue Smarty Creative Consultants

Job description

Blue Smarty is a small design and advertising studio based in Durban. We are looking for a freelance sales account manager to expand our customer base, working on and off site in a very relaxed and informal working environment.

The sales account manager will work on a freelance basis and will be responsible primarily to sell our services to corporate companies around (but not restricted to) Durban including directly to PR and digital marketing agencies. They will then be responsible for managing the new account thereafter, liaising directly with the client, taking briefings and relaying them to the design team.

Remuneration will be paid as follows: If client signs on to a retainer, the sales account manager will earn 20% of the value of the monthly retainer per month for the duration of the retainer. If the client chooses to be on an ad-hoc billing arrangement, the sales account manager will earn 20% of clients monthly billing.

The sales account manager will have the freedom to work from the location of their choosing but will be required to attend client meetings and check in with us at our offices when required.

Key functions:

  • New business and client acquisition
  • Send quotations and respond to quote requests
  • Meet with client as often as client requires it to take briefs from client and brief in creative team
  • Maintain client relationship

Requirements:

  • Matric 
  • Sales and marketing qualification or any relevant qualification
  • Computer literacy
  • Understanding of the advertising and media industry
  • Minimum 12 months of proven sales experience preferably advertising account management experience within an agency environment
  • Laptop
  • Drivers licence and car

Requirements

  • Matric 
  • Sales and marketing qualification or any relevant qualification
  • Computer literacy
  • Understanding of the advertising and media industry
  • Minimum 12 months of proven sales experience preferably advertising account management experience within an agency environment
  • Laptop
  • Drivers licence and car

Posted on 15 Jan 07:37

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Cape Union Mart

Cape Union Mart International (Pty) Ltd has been equipping South African adventurers since 1933, and is South Africa’s favourite outdoor adventure store. Stocking everything one needs for outdoor pursuits – including hiking, camping, trail running, mountain biking, snow sports, travel and more – Cape Union Mart is an essential first step in every adventure. Cape Union Mart has stores across South Africa, and in Namibia and Botswana.

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for Rent. R 45 000 : 4.0 BEDROOM CLUSTER TO LET IN BIRDHAVEN… South Africa Property Portal

 

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4.0 BEDROOM CLUSTER TO LET IN BIRDHAVEN

   

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  Contemporary yet classic in design. Top quality finishes including Marble, Travertine & Bamboo flooring. Upstairs: 3 Bedrooms (all en-suite). Downstairs: 1 bedroom / Study and bathroom. 3 Reception areas. Double volume entrance. Designer Kitchen, Scullery. Staff Accommodation. Automated double garage. Swimming pool.
 
     

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  Spacious 3 suite apartment with guest cloakroom. Open plan lounge, dining room and kitchen with separate scullery. Large covered balcony with awesome sea and conservancy view, plus a second private balcony off the main bedroom. 2 secure basement parking bays and a lock-up storeroom. Secure, pet friendly, The Executive, Exclusive, Exceptional.
 
     

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