FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail HAMRICK TOWING EXPANDING AND HAS SEVERAL JOB OPENINGSHamrick Towing is expanding and has immediate openings for several positions.According to the firms President John Hamrick said “there are several full-time positions that he needs to fill right away.Mr. Hamrick also stated that these positions offer paid vacations and holidays. Performance bonuses are offered to those who excel in the workplace. Also, the hourly pay is very competitive. An Equal Opportunity employer.The Following List Of Full-Time Positions Are Posted Below:1) Five (5) Tow Truck drivers2) Paint and Bodyman3) Welder4) Dispatcher5) Diesel MechanicFinally, Mr. Hamrick said; “that the workplace environment is employee-friendly with a downhome attitude.”Interested applicants need to immediately apply in person at Hamrick Towing located at 1277 Maxwell Avenue from thee hours 10;00 to noon Monday through Friday. No phone calls, please.
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LocalNews Josephine Gabriel employee accused of stealing granted $56, 000.00 bail by: – January 23, 2012 110 Views no discussions Share Share Tweet Share Court gavel. Photo credit: lazytechguys.comAn employee of Josephine Gabriel and Company Limited who was arrested for allegedly stealing almost $25, 000.00 from the company has been granted bail in the sum of $56, 000.00.Thirty-five years old Andra Pascal d of Tarish Pit, Stockfarm was not required to plead to the charge of theft when she appeared before Chief Magistrate Evelina Baptiste on Monday.Theft is an indictable offense which can only be tried by a judge and jury, therefore Pascal was not required to enter a plea however the Preliminary Investigation into the matter will be done at the Magistrate’s Court.According to the charge the Defendant allegedly stole $24, 065.63 from the company between the 24th day of July to the 14th day of September, 2011. Patrick Prosper of Stockfarm her uncle in law stood as surety on her behalf.Prosper told the Court that he has confidence in Mrs. Pascal and is willing to stand as surety knowing that his property could be seized if she breached the terms of her bail.Prosper also told the Court that he has sufficient influence on the Defendant, he sees her every day, he has her contact number and will ensure that she attends Court hearings on the stipulated dates and times.Chief Magistrate Evelina Baptiste in granting the Defendant bail warned her that she should report every Thursday at the Roseau Police Station between the hours of 7am and 7pm.The Preliminary Investigation has been scheduled for the 2nd of July, 2012.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring!
For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Shakib Al Hasan has been consistently breaking records in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. In nine matches of the ICC Cricket World Cup, he has seven fifty-plus scores which include two centuries. With the ball, he also joined a select list of Bangladesh players who took a five-wicket haul in this marquee tournament. For his all-round exploits, he became only the second player after Yuvraj Singh to take a five-wicket haul and score a fifty in a match. Shakib took 5/29 and smashed 51 in a comprehensive all-round display for Bangladesh in their World Cup clash. During the game against Pakistan at Lord’s, Shakib entered the history books for another record.When Shakib smashed his seventh fifty-plus score, the left-hander also went past 600 runs in a single edition of the tournament. Shakib is only the third player after Sachin Tendulkar and Matthew Hayden to score over 600 runs in one edition. Tendulkar scored 673 runs in the 2003 World Cup held in South Africa while Hayden smashed 659 runs in the 2007 edition held in the West Indies. Shakib, though, is the only player in World Cup history to achieve 600 runs and take 10 wickets.It has been a tournament full of milestones for Bangladesh’s ace all-rounder. During the game against West Indies, Shakib chopped a short ball past wicketkeeper Shai Hope to go past 6000 runs and he became the second Bangladesh player after Tamim to go past 6000 runs. While Tamim has over 6700 runs, Shakib joined him in the list. This latest achievement already makes the World Cup better for Shakib, having earlier gone past 250 wickets during the game against South Africa at The Oval at the start of the tournament.Shakib’s 250th wicket in ODIs made him only the fifth player in ODI history to take 250 wickets and score 5000+ runs. Pakistan’s Abdul Razzaq, Sri Lanka’s Sanath Jayasuriya, Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi and South Africa’s Jacques Kallis are the other cricketers to have achieved this feat. Shakib is the second-highest wicket-taker for Bangladesh in ODIs behind Mashrafe Mortaza who has 264 wickets and is playing in his fifth World Cup. highlights Shakib ended the tournament with 606 runs in 2019 World Cup.Shakib went past 6000 runs and took 250 wickets.Shakib is the only player to score over 600 runs and take 10 wickets in one edition.
The match will be refereed by Tipperary Town man John Lacey.Kick-off in Lyon is at 8pm.
Samir Nasri’s girlfriend hit out at France coachDidier Deschamps in a foul-mouthed Twitter tirade after the Manchester City midfielder was left out of the 30-man provisional World Cup squad.British model Anara Atanes made clear her displeasure at Deschamps’ decision to leave Nasri at home despite his achievements at the club level this season.Atanes tweeted: “F*** France and f*** Deschamps. What a s*** manager.”She followed it up minutes later by tweeting: “In case you didn’t read my tweet properly…. I’ll repeat myself…f*** FRANCE!!!!! And f*** Deschamps!”Let’s just get this straight. I’m not mad I get my boyfriend for two months. I just think there’s a level of respect to be had #shouldhavebeenspanish.”The outburst is unlikely to endear Nasri to Les Bleus’ supporters who have recently reconnected with the France side after the disquiet that followed the squad going on strike during its shambolic 2010 World Cup campaign. Nasri was not involved in the bust-up in Knysna, South Africa, but was reported to have been a disruptive influence as France nosedived out of Euro 2012 remarkably tamely against Spain, after he launched a scathing attack against reporters during the tournament.The former Arsenal man has seemed like a happier figure at club level and, on Sunday, capped a fine season for Manuel Pellegrini’s men with the opening goal in the 2-0 Premier League title-clinching victory over West Ham.He was, however, widely expected to be left out of the party for Brazil this summer, with Deschamps confirming the decision in his provisional squad for the tournament on Tuesday evening.
Skipper Brede Hangeland and keeper Maarten Stekelenburg return to a much-changed Fulham side for the FA Cup third-round replay at Craven Cottage.Wembley-born twins Josh and Jacob Murphy are both in the Norwich matchday squad. Josh starts, while Jacob is among the Canaries substitutes.Fulham: Stekelenburg; Riether, Hangeland, Burn, Richardson; Karagounis, Sidwell; Dejagah, Kasami, Kačaniklić; Bent.Subs: Stockdale, Hughes, Rodallega, Dempsey, Christensen, Tankovic, Dembèlè.Norwich: Bunn; Whittaker, Martin, Bassong, Garrido; Fox, Johnson, Snodgrass; Redmond, Josh Murphy, Elmander.Subs: Ruddy, van Wolfswinkel, Fer, Hoolahan, Becchio, Ryan Bennett, Jacob Murphy.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
ANC president from 1952 to 1967, and winner of the 1960 Nobel Peace Prize, Chief Albert Luthuli was the most respected African leader of his era. The Albert Luthuli Legacy Project keeps the story of Luthuli – and the millions of people he represented – alive for a generation of South Africans born into freedom.‘No true peace and progress can be secured in any country as long as there are others in that country denied full democratic rights and duties’ – Chief Albert John Luthuli (Photo: Wikipedia)Brand South Africa reporterPresident-General of the African National Congress from December 1952 until his death in 1967, and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1960, Chief Albert John Luthuli was the most widely known and respected African leader of his era.Luthuli’s home in Stanger, KwaZulu-Natal, a meeting place for people linked to South Africa’s freedom struggle during the years of Luthuli’s banishment, was proclaimed a museum in August 2004.The opening marked the completion of the government-driven Albert Luthuli Legacy Project, which included the launch of an annual memorial lecture, and the unveiling of a bronze statue of Luthuli at the KwaDukuza Municipal Chambers, and of a memorial at the Groutville Congregational Church where Luthuli’s grave is located.The house that is now the Chief Albert Luthuli Museum was under constant police surveillance when Luthuli lived there.Although Luthuli had been banished to his home by the apartheid government, many people travelled there to seek his counsel – among them United States attorney-general Senator Robert Kennedy, who arrived by helicopter for an unofficial visit in 1966.The Order of Luthuli is South Africa’s highest award for contributions to democracy, human rights, justice and peace. See: South Africa’s national orders.Luthuli and his guest held a private discussion on a wooden bench that is still positioned under a tree outside the museum. The two men discussed the ANC’s vision of a united South Africa, and before leaving Kennedy gave the ANC leader a portable record player and recordings of speeches made by his brother, former US president JF Kennedy.The ventilation shafts running beneath the floorboards were once used to conceal documents. According to the Arts and Culture Department, during restoration work on the building, workers uncovered a number of papers dating from that historic era.A latecomer to politicsAccording to SA History Online, Luthuli – who preferred his Zulu name Mvumbi (“Continuous Rain”) to his Christian names Albert John – was a latecomer to politics, nearly 50 when he first assumed national political office.Born near Bulawayo in what was then Rhodesia (and is now Zimbabwe) in 1898, Luthuli was sent back to his family’s home at Groutville mission station in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa in 1908.After completing a teaching course at Edendale near Pietermaritzburg, Luthuli took up the running of a small primary school in the Natal uplands. At around the same time, he was confirmed in the Methodist Church and became a lay preacher.The language of the Bible and Christian principles “profoundly affected his political style and beliefs for the rest of his life”, SA History Online states in its biography.In 1920 Luthuli studied further, then took up a teaching post, at Adams College. In 1935 he agreed to accept the chieftaincy of Groutville reserve, and returned home to become an administrator of local tribal affairs for the next 17 years.Luthuli’s public support for the 1952 Defiance Campaign finally brought him into direct conflict with the South African government, who demanded he resign from the ANC and dismissed him from his post as chief when he refused to do so.In response, Luthuli issued “The Road to Freedom is via the Cross”, in which he condemned apartheid as degrading to all who are party to it and expressed both his belief in non-violence and an optimism that whites would sooner or later accept a shared society.“The notoriety gained by his dismissal, his eloquence, his unimpeachable character, and his demonstrated loyalty to the ANC all made Luthuli a natural candidate to succeed ANC President James Moroka”, SA History Online states in its biography.Luthuli was elected ANC president-general by a large majority in December 1952, winning re-election in 1955 and 1958.“Bans imposed in early 1953 and renewed in the following year prevented him from giving direction to the day-to-day activities of Congress”, SA History Online states, “but as a country-bred ‘man of the people’, combining the most inspiring qualities of Christian and traditional leadership, he provided a powerful symbol for an organisation struggling to rally mass support.”Between the end of 1957 and May 1959, during a lapse in restrictions on his movements, Luthuli made a number of highly publicised addresses to whites and mixed audiences, his polished speeches and balanced appeals for reason in race relations earning him the praise of many white South Africans.Six days after the Sharpeville emergency in 1960, Luthuli sought to rally Africans to resistance by publicly burning his pass in Pretoria and calling for a national day of mourning. On 30 March he was detained and held until August, when he was tried and given a six-month suspended sentence.‘How easy it would have been to hate’Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1960, Luthuli was allowed to travel to Oslo to receive the award the following year.In his acceptance speech on 10 December 1961, Luthuli said: “It can only be on behalf of the people of South Africa, all the people of South Africa, especially the freedom-loving people, that I accept this award, that I acknowledge this honour. I accept it also as an honour not only to South Africa, but for the whole continent of Africa …“Quite long ago my forefathers extended a hand of friendship to people of Europe when they came to that continent. What has happened to the extension of that hand only history can say, and it is not time to speak about that here, but I would like to say, as I receive this prize of peace, that the hand of Africa was extended. It was a hand of friendship, if you read history.”In his Nobel lecture, delivered at the University of Oslo on the following day, Luthuli said: “How easy it would have been in South Africa for the natural feelings of resentment at white domination to have been turned into feelings of hatred and a desire for revenge against the white community.“Here, where every day, in every aspect of life every nonwhite comes up against the ubiquitous sign ‘Europeans Only’ and the equally ubiquitous policeman to enforce it – here it could well be expected that a racialism equal to that of their oppressors would flourish to counter the white arrogance toward blacks.“That it has not done so is no accident. It is because, deliberately and advisedly, African leadership for the past fifty years, with the inspiration of the African National Congress, which I had the honour to lead for the last decade or so until it was banned, had set itself steadfastly against racial vaingloriousness.“We know that in so doing we passed up opportunities for an easy demagogic appeal to the natural passions of a people denied freedom and liberty; we discarded the chance of an easy and expedient emotional appeal.“Our vision has always been that of a nonracial, democratic South Africa which upholds the rights of all who live in our country to remain there as full citizens, with equal rights and responsibilities with all others. For the consummation of this ideal we have laboured unflinchingly. We shall continue to labour unflinchingly.”At the end of his lecture, after much applause, Luthuli sang the African anthem, Nkosi sikelel’ iAfrika.On 21 July 1967, while taking a walk near his Natal home, Luthuli was killed, reportedly when he was struck by a train.Source: SA History OnlineWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.
28 September 2015Government wants to engage more actively with South African youth, using the pillars of the National Development Plan (NDP) to highlight and solve challenges in unemployment, education and social cohesion.Minister Malusi Gigaba during the Governance and Administration Cluster Media Briefing #GABriefing pic.twitter.com/oo77kpqfda— GCIS Media Liaison (@GCISMedia) September 27, 2015Home Affairs minister Malusi Gigaba stated government has partnered with youth organisations and business to make sure youth development is prioritised.At a media briefing of the Governance and Administration Cluster on Sunday 27 September 2015, the Minister said the partnerships were formed to alleviate the challenge of youth unemployment.Presidential Youth Working Group“President Jacob Zuma launched the Presidential Youth Working Group in June 2015, to promote youth participation in governance and policymaking and to mainstream youth development and empowerment in the work of government, to build a better life for young people,” Minister Gigaba said at the briefing.“In the work of the Presidential Youth Working Group, the Department of Performance, Monitoring and Evaluation, the following work streams have been established: Economic Participation and Transformation Education; Skills and Second Chances; Health Care and Combating Substance Abuse; Nation-Building and Social Cohesion, and Effective and Responsive Youth Development Institutions.”The Minister’s statement comes after Minister in the Presidency, Jeff Radebe, accompanied by Deputy Minister Buti Manamela, signed the National Youth Policy in Khayelitsha, in the Western Cape in August this year. This policy framework, which was signed after a lengthy consultative process, also identified partnerships with all sectors of society as a way of advancing youth development.Minister Gigaba said that the strategies of the Presidential Youth Working Group’s work streams would form part of the Integrated Youth Development Strategy and progress will also be included in the MTSF for proper monitoring and evaluation.“The process to amend the National Youth Development Agency Act, 2008 (Act 54 of 2008), is ongoing, with a draft Bill currently with the State Law Advisors,” the minister said.Interventions to fast-track NDP implementationMinister Gigaba said interventions had been implemented to assist in fast- tracking several NDP imperatives, including growing the economy with an appropriate and healthy Growth Domestic Product (GDP) rate, as well as creating jobs and eradicating poverty and inequality.He said these were implemented using government’s Medium Term Strategic Framework 2014-19, which Cabinet adopted last year.“The current initiatives to stimulate growth include government’s Infrastructure Build Programme, the War Room on electricity, Operation Phakisa on the Ocean Economy and in Mining, and the Nine-Point Plan to boost economic growth and create jobs,” the minister said. He also stated that there were other reports showing success linked to the implementation of the framework.A recent report on education and skills development showed that tremendous progress was made in the education sectors which continue to be a priority area of focus.While with rural development and land reform, progress on land acquisition for smallholders has been slow, but government’s implementation of programmes are being reviewed and strengthened to resolve some of these issues.Health care, crime and social cohesionMinister Gigaba said in regards to health care, South Africa has received worldwide recognition for its HIV and Aids programme, which has over three million people initiated on treatment, contributing to the attainment of the Millennium Development Goals.“Good progress is being made under safety and security, regarding the reduction of overall levels of serious crime,” he said, “the department is implementing Operation Fiela (Reclaim), to rid our country of illegal weapons, drug dens, prostitution rings and other illegal activities.”“This multidisciplinary, interdepartmental operation is contributing to the safety and security of our communities,” the minister concluded.Source: SAnews.gov.za
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