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Crab Cake

How to Make It

Step 1

Preheat oven to 400°F. Spray baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray.

Step 2

Combine crabmeat, mustard, margarine, egg, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, cayenne pepper, and Tabasco sauce. Add 2–4 tablespoons bread crumbs to bind mixture.

Step 3

Shape into 4 cakes. Roll in remaining bread crumbs; place on prepared cookie sheet.

Step 4

Bake for 20 minutes, until crab cakes are lightly browned, turning the crab cakes over once. Add salt and pepper, if desired. Serve with lemon wedges, if desired.

News24.com | Rameez Patel’s brother shot a day before scheduled testimony

The brother of murder accused Rameez Patel could not testify against him as planned on Monday because he was shot over the weekend.

Razeen Patel, 24, was in a critical but stable condition after he was shot after a party on Sunday, Netwerk24 reported.

When Rameez heard the news during his trial in the Limpopo High Court in Polokwane on Monday, he reportedly threw his hands up in the air and shook his head in disbelief.

“How will this make me look? It will look like I am infamous. Thank God I am in custody, otherwise the police would have suspected me,” he told Netwerk24.

Last Monday, when Razeen failed to arrive at the same court to testify, the investigating officer went to his Nirvana home in Polokwane, where he found the man’s bakkie as well as the key to his house and his cellphone.

A blood stain had also been spotted on the ground and the police officer looked into his witness’ whereabouts.

National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) Limpopo spokesperson Mashudu Malabi-Dzhangi informed News24 on Friday that Razeen was “found well in his home” and would testify after the weekend.

Rameez Patel has been charged with the murder of his wife Fatima, who was found dead in a pool of blood at the accused’s rental apartment in Nirvana, in April 2015.

He is also accused of murdering his mother Mahjebeen, who was shot and killed in September 2017 while he was out on bail.

In late August 2016, Rameez’s father Feroz was killed in what was initially believed to be an armed robbery. Police, however, found that nothing had been stolen.

Rameez is expected back in the Polokwane Magistrate’s Court for his mother’s murder on July 30. The case involving his wife’s murder is expected to resume on September 17 in the Limpopo High Court.

Qualified Millwright (red Seal)

Qualified Millwright (Red Seal) in Kwazulu-Natal | Other Technical | Job Mail | 4269257

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Qualified Millwright

Our Client in the Tongaat area is seeking to employ a Qualififed Millwright. 

Qualifications:

  • Mechanical Trade Test certificate or Millwright qualification
  • Standard 10/Grade 12 Certificate.
  • 5 years’ experience as a Millwright in manufacturing industry
  • Experience or knowledge on PLC (Siemens)
  • Experience on P.P.M (Planned Preventative Maintenance)
  • Must have good automation and continuous process plant experience.
  • Knowledge of industrial automation and production process.
  • Safety knowledge
  • Must have experience on Siemens frequency inventors.
  • Must have Leadership experienced
  • Must have experience in supervising a Team/ staff.

Please send CVS to karushak@transman.co.za

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BUYER (MAITLAND) in Western Cape | Other Logistics | Job Mail | 4237669

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BUYER REQUIRED IN MAITLAND

Requirements:

  • BCom Degree
  • Experience in the FMCG Industry
  • Knowledge of International Imports and Clearing Terms and Conditions
  • Placing Daily Orders to Suppliers
  • Excellent Written and Verbal Communication Skills
  • Preparation of Relevant Documents for Authorization as per Procedures
  • Ability to work Under Pressure
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team
  • Computer Literate

Applicants must reside in MAITLAND or surrounding area.

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

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HR OFFICER REQUIRED IN PORT ELIZABETH

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  • Diploma in HR Management
  • 2 years’ experience in a Similar Role within the coal mining industry
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  • Excellent Written and Verbal communication skills
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News24.com | Zimbabwean voters roll haunted by doppelgangers, ghosts

A report compiled on the Zimbabwean Electoral Commission (ZEC) voters’ roll for 2018 exposes major flaws in the current voters’ roll.

This comes only weeks before Zimbabweans head to the polls for it national elections on July 30, 2018.

The report, compiled by a group of experts called Team Pachudu, cites Zimbabwe’s history of shaky election results as the main reason for its analysis of the voters’ roll.

The report highlights more than 250 000 records on the voters’ roll that are either duplicated, invalid, statistically improbable or incorrect. This includes more than 8 000 men registered as women, scores of voters registered to an empty field in Harare and at least two Zimbabwean voters who would qualify as the two oldest living people on earth.

The discrepancies bring into question the integrity of the voters’ roll for the upcoming elections later this month. The elections are the first after former president Robert Mugabe’s controversial “step down” in November 2017.

Discrepancies

The voters’ roll consists of the names, surnames, identity numbers and addresses of more than 5.6 million Zimbabweans eligible to vote in the upcoming elections. It also includes the district in which the person is registered to vote.

But the analysis by Team Pachudu highlights several issues that it claims questions the integrity of the entire roll.

For example, the report indicates that a large number of records do not pass identity number verification checks. Zimbabwean identity numbers contain a built-in means of verification, allowing the validity of an identity number to be calculated. A similar system is used to verify South African identity numbers.

In one instance, the same identity number was allocated to three different records, with each person registered to vote at a different polling station.

“We found 4 983 people who ZEC would have us believe are different people, with exactly the same first name, surname and date of birth, most also having the same gender.”

Additional analysis of the identity numbers issued by several districts, pointed to a small regional office of the Registrar General (RG) had suddenly been responsible for issuing as many identity numbers as the Harare Office, one of the country’s busiest RG offices.

“There is a very low statistical probability that people who share the same last name would share the same set of middle numbers across districts. In our analysis we found 122 788 cases like this.”

“When we limited this to cases where the people also have same prefix and suffix in the ID numbers (i.e. where the code of the district they registered in is the same as their originating district) the number was reduced to 74 932. Of these cases, 50 290 exist also in the 2013 voters’ roll, meaning 24 642 were added in 2018.”

Age is just a number

The report found at least two people on the voters’ roll who were younger than 18. This lays bare claims by the ZEC that their system would automatically identify and reject these individuals. One of these will only turn 18 in September, months after the polls have closed.

 Zim Age Analysis

The voters’ roll also contains two voters who would be the oldest people in the world. According to the roll, Sihle Mpofu (134) and Phidas Ndlovu (141) were born on July 17, 1884 and September 27, 1877 respectively.

By comparison, the oldest officially verified living person in the world is 117-year-old Chiyo Miyako from Japan.

Neither of these voters could be found in the 2013 voters’ roll. Instead, the oldest person indicated on the ZEC’s 2013 voter’s roll was slightly older than 113.

However, a copy of the 2008 voters’ roll contains a Sihle Mpofu and Phidas Ndlovu, with the same identity numbers and addresses as their 2018 counterparts, but with a sinister twist. Strangely, in 2008 the pair shared the same birth date of January 1, 1970.

The group went further and compared the records of the 2013 voters’ roll with those of the 2018 voters’ roll. This revealed several records which were copied, but with minor changes.

“Comparing records on the 2013 voters’ roll to the records on the 2018 voters’ roll revealed some strong evidence that potentially deceased voters were copied, and then had their ID numbers changed slightly.”

Return to Sender

Several addresses indicated on the voters’ roll couldn’t be verified.  This was either due to the addresses being non-existent or the address being an open field.

In one instance, the same address was registered to eight different people voting in five different districts.

“Our analysis found at least 54 110 cases where people had been assigned to the wrong ward or constituency. There may be thousands more who are incorrectly assigned; we only used a small sample of corrected, standardised addresses in our analysis.”

Scores of voters were registered to an open space located at the intersection of Pangoula and Arcturus roads in Harare. These voters featured nearly identical identity numbers. A further 33 000 voters featured ill-defined addresses which only indicated the city in which the citizens were registered.

The report shows that scores of voters were duplicated, using the same name, surname and address, but registered at different voting stations using different ID numbers.

High hopes

The report recommended that voting on the July 30 be postponed until the issues in the report have been addressed.

“Based on [our analysis], it is our recommendation that the election scheduled to be held on 30th July 2018 be postponed, pending resolution of the issues identified in this report, and others that may be identified elsewhere.”

It also calls for vigilance from observers and political party representatives on the day of the elections, and requests Zimbabweans to make use of social media to share the situation outside different polling stations.

A full copy of the report on the Team Pachudu website.

Sport24.co.za | I’m ‘not like others’ says Ronaldo at Juve unveiling

2018-07-16 20:23

Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus)

Turin – Cristiano Ronaldo said that he’s “different” from other players of his age who move to China or Qatar for mega-money deals, during his official unveiling as a Juventus player on Monday.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner was his usual confident self at a press conference in Turin attended by media from all over the globe, following the announcement last week of his €100 million move from European champions Real Madrid.

“I’m different from other players who think their careers are over when they’re my age,” said the 33-year-old Portugal captain.

“I want to show that I’m not like the others, I’m different.

“Players of my age go to China or Qatar so coming to such an important club at this stage in my career makes me very happy.”

Juventus signed the superstar attacker, who signed a four-year deal worth a reported €30 million a season, in the hope that he will push them to a coveted Champions League title, the continent’s holy grail.

Preparing to make a run at their eighth Serie A title in as many years and winner of four straight domestic doubles, the Old Lady of Italian football have struggled to turn Italian dominance into European trophies.

Juve haven’t won the competition since 1996 but were beaten finalists in 2015 and 2017, bested respectively by Barcelona and Ronaldo’s former club.

Ronaldo meanwhile has scored more Champions League’s goals – 120 – than anyone else and won four out of the last five editions with Real Madrid.

“We’re going to fight for not just Champions League, but also Serie A and the others trophies,” he said.

“I need to work hard because the Champions League is not easily won. I hope I can help.”

eNCA | South Africans rekindling relationship with ANC: Ramaphosa

JOHANNESBURG – President Cyril Ramaphosa said South Africans are rekindling their relationship with the ANC.

He was speaking to eNCA’s Jane Dutton.

READ: Ramaphosa emerges victorious

Ramaphosa said South Africans are indicating a level confidence and trust in the ANC. 

An Ipsos survey has found that the ANC remains the top chioce for South African voters as country nears the 2019 general elections 

The latest Ipsos “Pulse of the People” study, shows the ANC is holding 60 percent support among a randomly selected sample of over 3,000 South Africans.

READ: ‘Root out rotten tomatoes in ANC’: Ramaphosa

The two next-biggest parties – the Democratic Alliance (DA) and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) – polled at only 13 and 7 percent respectively.

But don’t think the road to 2019 will be plain sailing for President Cyril Ramaphoa and the governing party.

Watch the interview in the gallery above.

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eNCA | I’m ‘different’ says Ronaldo at Juve unveiling

ROME – Cristiano Ronaldo said that he’s “different” from other players of his age who move to China for mega-money deals, during his official unveiling as a Juventus player on Monday.

Cristiano Ronaldo said that he’s “different” from other players of his age who move to China or Qatar for mega-money deals, during his official unveiling as a Juventus player on Monday.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner was his usual confident self at a press conference in Turin attended by media from all over the globe, following the announcement last week of his 100 million-euro ($117 million) move from European champions Real Madrid.

“I’m different from other players who think their careers are over when they’re my age,” said the 33-year-old Portugal captain.

“I want to show that I’m not like the others, I’m different.

“Players of my age go to China or Qatar so coming to such an important club at this stage in my career makes me very happy.”

CONFIRMED: Ronaldo leaves Real Madrid for Juventus

Juventus signed the superstar attacker, who signed a four-year deal worth a reported 30 million euros a season, in the hope that he will push them to a coveted Champions League title, the continent’s holy grail.

Preparing to make a run at their eighth Serie A title in as many years and winner of four straight domestic doubles, the Old Lady of Italian football has struggled to turn Italian dominance into European trophies.

Juve haven’t won the competition since 1996 but were beaten finalists in 2015 and 2017, bested respectively by Barcelona and Ronaldo’s former club.

Ronaldo meanwhile has scored more Champions League’s goals – 120 – than anyone else and won four out of the last five editions with Real Madrid.

“We’re going to fight for not just Champions League, but also Serie A and the others trophies,” he said.

“I need to work hard because the Champions League is not easily won. I hope I can help.”

AFP

Service Technician

Service Technician in East London | Other Medical | Job Mail | 4269241

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Must have the following (experience/skills/ qualifications/competencies): To perform the job successfully, the individual should demonstrate the following competencies to perform the essential functions of this position: Minimum of Grade 12 or equivalent. Relevant tertiary qualification will be an advantage Technical and mechanical mind-set. Good commercial acumen. Basic computer literacy skills in MS Excel and Outlook. Valid driver’s license and PDP. Experience in driving company vehicle Ability to work independently. Excellent time management skills. Excellent communication skills Attention to detail. Customer Service Orientated. Organized Available after hours on adhoc basis Available to travel nationally for several days Energetic. Team worker and player. Solid business acumen Adhere to dead lines. Punctual. Experience in the Medical Industry or come from Medical Industry . Responsibilities: Adequate stock control on service parts Maintain Log book for vehicle mileage Install systems to full working capacity Completion of daily activity reports, job cards Maintain warranty procedures and repairs Assist in any service related queries at site of customers. Plan weekly visits and schedules to Client’s Maintain customer relationships Attend callouts . Non – response within 2 weeks indicates an unsuccessful application. All applications are kept on our database for future suitable positions. admin@corerec.co.za

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A brewery client of ours based in Bethlehem is looking to hire 2 general labourers Salary for labourer:R6600 per month
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Health24.com | The pros and cons of 4 sleeping positions

Everyone has their preferred sleeping position.

But while the position in which you sleep may be the coziest, it might not be the best one for your health.

We take a look at a few sleeping positions and their effects on your health:

1. Lying on your stomach

In an interview with Tonic, physical therapist Hidde Hulshof states that sleeping on your stomach is probably the worst position.

Pros

Sleeping on your stomach has been proven to benefit those suffering from sleep apnoea.

Cons

Sleeping on your stomach adds strain to your back and neck areas.

Hulshof states, “Physically, it’s an unnatural position that’s unfavourable to your neck and back. Your neck is turned in a way that locks your upper cervical vertebrae, which can cause headaches and neck problems.”

2. Foetal position

The foetal position is the most common sleeping position of all.

Pros

This position is recognised as being great for menstruating and pregnant women

Cons

Studies show that sleeping on the right side increases the risk of stillbirth in pregnant women. 

It is therefore suggested that pregnant women sleep on their left side.

In an interview with Glamour magazine, gynaecologist Lisa Lindley notes, “Sleeping in the foetal position takes pressure off the abdominal muscles.” Sleeping on one’s side alleviates pressure on the lower back and promotes healthy blood circulation to the heart.

3. Straight side sleeping

Commonly described as “sleeping like a log”.

Pros

This position, much like the foetal position, alleviates pressure on the back, therefore minimising back pain. It is regarded as being great for digestion.

Cons

Those who sleep with their arms under their pillows, however, often complain of intense pins-and-needles.


4. Back sleepers

Sleeping on your back is considered to be the best position.

Pros

One receives optimal neck and back support sleeping this way.

Cons

However, director of the Sleep Assessment and Advisory Service in London, Chris Idzikowski believes “sleeping on your back may lead to snoring and difficultly sleeping”. It is also not recommended for people suffering from sleep apnoea.

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