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Miner freed after agreeing to compensate boss for stolen jewellery

first_imgA miner was on Monday slapped with a break and enter and simple larceny charge when he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Videsh Hansraj appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan and admitted that on September 6, 2018, while he was employed as a manual worker he broke and entered the dwelling house of Omesh Budhram and stole a quantity of gold jewellery worth $260,000.According to the facts presented to the court, the victim secured his home and went out. Upon his return at about 15:00h, the accused told him he was not feeling well and left.The victim upon inspecting the house found that his jewellery box was not in the same place he left it. Upon a closer inspection, he found that his jewellery was missing and the matter was immediately reported to the Police.The unrepresented man told the court that he was willing to reimburse his employer. However, Magistrate McLennan reprimanded and discharged the matter against the miner and placed him on a bond to keep the peace for 12 months.The matter was prosecuted by Sergeant Jillian Simmons.last_img read more

Latest: Derby County 0 Chelsea 0

first_imgEden Hazard is on for Chelsea at Pride Park, where Oscar almost put them ahead in an even first half and Ramires hit the Derby post just before the interval.Oscar sent a free-kick narrowly wide and went close with two other decent strikes during a spell of Blues pressure.Ramires also fired wide for the visitors after in-form Championship side Derby had made a determined start to the FA Cup third-round clash.Ashley Cole did well to clear a dangerous early cross from Jeff Hendrick before David Luiz blocked a driven shot from Rams midfielder John Eustace.Luiz is alongside Gary Cahill for Chelsea, as captain John Terry is on the bench.And Cahill was called into action following a 28th-minute error by Luiz, who lost possession and was grateful to see his centre-back partner block Jamie Ward’s shot.Seven minutes before the break Eustace had an effort saved by Mark Schwarzer after the ball was given away again, this time by Ramires, whose deflected shot clipped the woodwork moments before the half-time whistle.Chelsea made a lively start to the second half and boss Jose Mourinho made a statement of intent on 55 minutes, bringing Hazard on for stand-in skipper Michael Essien.The winners of the tie will be at home to Stoke City in the fourth round.Chelsea: Schwarzer; Azpilicueta, Cahill, Luiz, Cole; Essien (Hazard 55), Mikel; Ramires, Oscar, Willian; Eto’o. Subs: Cech, Kalas, Terry, Baker, Mata, Torres.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Did Klay Thompson reveal solution to his offensive struggles?

first_imgAfter watching Klay Thompson light up the Knicks for 43 points Tuesday night, maybe it’s time for Steve Kerr and his staff to deliver a pointed message to the Warriors star: Don’t dribble the ball.We were reminded what a devastating weapon Thompson can be when his offensive game just consists of moving, catching the ball and shooting it. He dribbled the ball just four times while making 18 of his 29 shots in the Warriors’ 122-95 win over the Knicks.That’s not a typo. Four. Dribbles.Can’t …last_img read more

Ford creates jobs to boost SA production

first_img28 August 2012Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) has created 800 jobs in response to strong demand for increased production of its Ford Ranger pickup truck, which begins on 3 September.Training of employees to fill the extra positions at the company’s Silverton assembly plant in Pretoria and its Struandale engine plant outside Port Elizabeth began in June.This follows last year’s R3.4-billion transformation and upgrade of Ford’s South African manufacturing and assembly plants to produce and export its new Rangers to 148 countries, mainly in Africa and Europe.The Struandale plant expanded its annual production capacity to 75 000 engines and 220 000 engine component kits, and is the only Ford facility to share both component machining and engine assembly for the Duratorq TDCi diesel engine programme which supports the Ford Ranger.“In order to meet continued strong demand in South Africa and abroad, we are adding shifts to our operations, creating jobs and confirming our commitment to South Africa,” FMCSA chief executive officer Jeff Nemeth said in a statement.“We invested significantly to transform our operations, and it is our strong belief that these jobs have the power to transform people’s lives as well.”Nemeth said it enabled the empowerment of local communities which Ford operated in.“The main objective of training the potential new employees is to give trainees a better understanding of our industry and equip them with the necessary skills to take up positions in the plant and start building world-class Rangers,” he said.“Our enthusiasm for technical innovation is always tempered by our responsibility to the vehicle, to our customers and their safety.“We’re investing in the continuous training and education of our employees. Each one of the 800 potential new employees underwent comprehensive pre-employment assessment prior to the commencement of training.”Successful candidates were then given both classroom and on-the-job training to equip them to build the Ford Rangers.“As part of the One Ford plan, and to maintain a viable and strategic presence in southern Africa, we require a globally integrated supply chain and a highly trained workforce,” Nemeth said.“We are pleased with the investments in South Africa and we are committed to having world-class facilities and standards.”SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

Alexandra: 100 years of ‘pride, ubuntu’

first_img25 September 2012South Africa should use the centenary of Alexandra to build a more united and prosperous country founded on the principle of ubuntu, President Jacob Zuma said as Johannesburg’s famous township marked 100 years of existence on Saturday.Alexandra was first proclaimed as a township for white workers who were removed from Johannesburg city centre in 1905. In 1912 the plots in Alexandra were sold to African and Coloured people with freehold rights, making the place a “native township”.“We must use this milestone to dedicate ourselves more than ever before to build a united and prosperous South Africa built on the foundation of ubuntu, dignity and respect,” Zuma said during Saturday’s celebrations at Alexandra Stadium.The President said the township oozed pride and resilience while it was also associated with well-known South Africans like Joe Modise and the Mahotela Queens.Stand up for rights ‘without losing dignity’South Africans needed to stand up for their rights without losing their dignity, he said. “South Africans are not hooligans, we are a nation of proud, respectful people who stand up for their rights and do so without losing their dignity and ubuntu.“We must promote this national pride as we don’t want the world to develop a wrong impression of South African people,” the President said, adding that societies needed to take stock and reflect at certain times.“We must not be shy to reflect on what has gone wrong within society in general,” Zuma said. “We’ve heard of shocking incidents of men raping little girls. This is not a society or nation we want.”The country needed to reflect on the causes of brutality and how this could be stopped, as the perpetrators came from within the community.“It’s a painful reality for every society to have to deal with, but we have to confront it. I believe we must have this discussion about the renewal of the social fibre of communities without delay.”‘Bring back culture of peaceful protest’Zuma urged society to bring back a culture of peaceful protest, of upholding the right to life.“The culture of violent protest which threatens lives and property have no place in a democratic society when people have a government that they can talk to through various structures. We cannot destroy that which we have built ourselves, and we cannot continue organising protests in which people die.”This, he said, called for serious reflection “among ourselves about the way in which we do things.”Zuma also warned against workers negotiating labour issues without labour unions.“Workers of Alex and anywhere in our country should not think that what happened in Marikana is the way to go. When workers chase away trade unions and negotiate their own deal with employers, that is a danger. Workers in the past didn’t have trade unions and they were not protected, they were victims of employers.”Earlier, Zuma visited the Nelson Mandela Yard Heritage Precinct to plant a tree. In 1940, Mandela left home in the Transkei and moved to Alexandra, where he found lodging with a local reverend before moving next door. The house, which had no water or electricity at the time, is on the corner of Richard Baloyi and 7th avenue.Source: SANews.gov.zalast_img read more

The pulse of the kitchen

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Shelly Detwiler, berry farmer and dieticianI live with a dairy farmer and meat and milk are usually what’s for dinner at our house. However, I think for one meal a week, or better yet a serving daily, all us carnivores can think outside the box and enjoy beans and legumes, or pulses as they are called these days. Pulses are the edible seeds grown in pods that are harvested dry. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) recognizes 11 types of pulses: dry beans, dry broad beans, dry peas, chickpeas, cow peas, pigeon peas, lentils, Bambara beans, vetches, lupins and pulses nes (which is everything not in a before mentioned group).Experts will say they are environmentally friendly and sustainable. Those hot trendy terms are not why I like to recommend them. Pulses are low fat and high in fiber with plenty of protein. Research has shown that eating a half-cup to three-quarters of a cup of pulses per day can help lower blood pressure and cholesterol. This is beneficial in helping reduce your heart disease risk factors. As Paul and I age, these health benefits are the reason I am going to start adding some pulses into our daily meals.Pulses are easy to cook and prepare in any kitchen. We primarily used canned beans. We’ve tried many of the black, cannelloni, kidney, soybean, edamame, pinto, navy and lentils. This March for National Nutrition month, I may take a pulse food adventure and check out the availability and recipes of those seldom seen pulses in my kitchen. Not sure what flavors, textures and tastes I’ll discover but that’s why it’s an adventure. Join me on a foodie adventure outside your box this March and add some heart healthy pulses to your meals. The possibilities are endless!Eat well and healthy,Shelly Frijoles Negros…Black Beans (Pulses.org) 16 oz dried black beans (3-4 cans)2 cups chicken or beef stock1 green or red bell pepper, chopped3 tbsp vegetable oil1 large onion, chopped4 garlic cloves, minced2 tbsp molasses (or 3 tbsp dark brown sugar)1 tbsp cuminWorcestershire sauce4 slices baconsalt and pepper to taste  Rinse beans and let them soak overnight in water. (If using canned, skip this step)Drain beans and cover with chicken or beef stock. Add chopped red pepper. Bring beans to a simmer and cook over low heat until tender.Cook bacon in a heavy skillet until crispy. Remove bacon from skillet and add the onion and garlic to the bacon fat. Cook over low heat until soft and translucent. Add the cumin and brown sugar to the onions and continue to cook until browned and soft. Once beans are tender, remove 2 cups of the cooked beans and process in a blender with the onion mixture. Add the blended beans and onion to the rest of the cooked beans. Season with salt, pepper and Worcestershire sauce to taste. Continue to cook beans until very tender. Add water if necessary, until desired texture is achieved. Crispy Crunchy Roasted Chickpeas itdoesnttastelikechicken.com 19oz can chickpeas, drained & rinsed1 tablespoon olive oil3/4 teaspoon chili powder1/2 teaspoon dried thyme leaves1/2 teaspoon salt  Preheat your oven to 375F (190C).Spread the chickpeas in a single layer on a baking sheet. It’s ok if they are still a bit wet, they will dry out in the oven. Bake 30 minutes, stopping to shake the pan every now and then.Remove the chickpeas from the oven and carefully add the hot chickpeas to a bowl along with the olive oil, chili powder, thyme, and salt. Toss well to coat the chickpeas evenly. Spread the seasoned chickpeas back onto the baking sheet and return to the oven for another 10 to 15 minutes until they are golden and crispy. Remove from the oven and let cool a bit before enjoying. You can snack on them still warm, or completely cooled. Store in an air-tight container in the fridge for about a week. They may start to get a little soft and less crispy. Rigatoni with Fava Beans and Pecorino theitaliandishblogspot.com adapted from Andrew Carmellini’s Urban Italian3 pounds fresh fava beans, pods removed (about 2 cups with pods removed) 1-pound rigatoni 3 Tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 2 Tablespoons butter 1 medium onion, sliced 2 cloves garlic1/4 cup pine nuts 1 teaspoon dried oregano 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon coarse ground black pepper 1/2 cup grated pecorino cheese, plus more for sprinkling 1/4 cup fresh basil (about 12 leaves), roughly chopped Put a large pot of salted water on to boil for the pasta.Put another large pot of salted water on to boil to blanch the fava beans. Place a large bowl of ice water next to your stovetop. When the blanching water boils, throw the shelled fava beans into the pot and blanch them for about one minute. Remove them with a strainer to a bowl of ice water to stop the cooking process. Remove the translucent skin from the beans. They should slip right out, easily.Add the rigatoni to the pasta water to cook and start preparing your sauce.In a large skillet, add 1 tablespoon of butter, the onion and 1 tablespoon of the olive oil and cook until the onion starts to soften, about 2 minutes. Add the garlic and pine nuts and cook until both have begun to toast, about 2 minutes, stirring often to keep the garlic from burning. Add the red pepper flakes, oregano and 3/4 cup of the pasta water and mix to combine. Add the fava beans. When the rigatoni is just al dente, remove with a strainer and add right to the skillet with the onion and fava bean mixture. Stir until the pasta is coated with the sauce, about 1 minute.Remove the skillet from the heat. Add the salt and pepper, the rest of the butter and the remaining tablespoon of olive oil, the grated pecorino cheese and the basil and mix everything together well. Serve with pasta in individual serving bowls, sprinkled liberally with more pecorino and black pepper. serves 4-6 Lupini Bean Recipe: Marinated Tremoços from Portugal legalnomads.com This is a recipe for patient people. But your patience is rewarded with delicious and healthy snacks! About 1 cup (240 ml) dry lupini beans, rinsed. (Available via Amazon)Large pot of water, at least 4 cups2 cloves garlic vertically sliced into thin slivers.Olive oil.Black pepper.White pepper (optional).Handful of chopped fresh parsley.4 tablespoons (1/4 cup) salt.Put the beans in a pot of water and soak overnight, for a total of 24 hours. Ensure that the water covers the beans completely. After twelve hours, check on the beans to make sure they are fully submerged and add more water if needed.After the 24-hour period of soaking, bring the beans to a boil and simmer for 2 hours. Drain and rinse the beans.Place the beans in a large container and cover with cold water. Let them cool and then stick them in the refrigerator.For the next 14 days, change the water once a day with new cold water. This soaking is what removes the bitterness from the beans.After 14 days, add 4 tablespoons (1/4 cup) of salt and the sliced garlic to the beans. Place back in the fridge to soak overnight.On the 15th day (I know, I know):Once you are ready to eat your lupini beans, you simply remove the amount you would like to eat, and toss with olive oil, a pinch of black pepper, the chopped fresh parsley, and some white pepper if you would like a punch of heat.Store the rest of the beans for future use in your airtight container in the fridge. They will keep for approximately two weeks.last_img read more

ON Semi expands solutions for industrial IoT, smart home and wearables

first_img Continue Reading Previous LDRA extends commitment to safety and security complianceNext AAEON to continue support of AMD Geode boards through 2021 ON Semiconductor is helping engineers address a broader range of high growth Internet of Things applications through the release of a new multi-sensor shield and expansion of software support for its IoT Development Kit. With this release, customers can accelerate development timeframes and deploy IoT solutions much quicker for a variety of connected wellness and industrial wearables as well as for smart home, predictive maintenance, asset tracking and other industrial IoT applications.ON Semiconductor’s IDK is an intuitive, modular, node-to-cloud platform that enables evaluation rapid prototyping and development of IoT solutions, bringing significant value to time and resource stretched designers. The IDK gives access to a wide variety of sensing, processing, connectivity and actuation possibilities under the IoT ‘umbrella’ through a range of shields/daughter cards that attach to the Arm SoC motherboard.The multi-sensor shield adds a variety of inertial and environmental sensors. These coupled with, for example, the recently announced Bluetooth low energy connectivity shield, enable the rapid prototyping of a wide range of ultra-low power smart home, industrial IoT and wearable solutions.Software is integral to the IDK, and as part of this capability enhancement, ON Semiconductor has released version 4.0 of its IDK software. This now includes native support for IBM cloud alongside the existing support for Carriots (Altair) cloud. Additionally, the embedded operating system running on the IDK motherboard has been upgraded to mbed version 5.5.With the powerful combination of additional hardware and software enhancements, designers are now able to prototype and develop a wider range of IoT devices and solutions. ON Semiconductor is developing an Android mobile app that will allow visualisation of sensor data and control of actuators from a mobile handset via the low-power BLE. The app can be dynamically customised for the application and use case being prototyped.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Tools & Software last_img read more