Decomposed body of NWD woman found

first_img…partner admits to murderPolice in ‘F’ Division (Interior Locations) have discovered the decomposed body of 23-year-old Patricia David of Eyelash Backdam, North West District (NWD) in a shallow grave.Based on investigations, it is believed that the woman had been murdered at some time between October 1 and November 15, and her body was dumped in the shallow grave. The body was found at Eyelash Backdam more than a month later, on November 15.Meanwhile, Police have since arrested a 27-year-old pork-knocker of South Sophia, Greater Georgetown who had been sharing a common law relationship with the now dead woman. The suspect has since admitted to killing David.He reportedly told investigators that one night he and David got into an argument and he “beat” the woman. According to the suspect, the following morning, when he woke up he found the woman “stiff” in bed.It is believed that after finding the woman dead in bed, the suspect dumped her body in the shallow grave nearby.Charges will be laid this week.last_img read more

SA sends first batch of maize to Lesotho

first_img22 November 2013 South Africa will on Friday transport its first consignment of maize to Lesotho, which has been experiencing a food crisis since July 2012. Earlier this year, South Africa struck a deal with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to buy maize from the country’s smallholder farmers as part of a R180-million South African humanitarian donation to Lesotho. “Friday’s consignment is the first of many that are planned for Lesotho. Several more trips will be made in January next year with maize from smallholder farmers from the Eastern Cape, the North West and Limpopo,” Department of Agriculture spokesperson Palesa Mokomele said this week. Maize from the Zivuseni agricultural co-operative and the Ziyibane farming project milled at the Pride Milling plant in Nigel, in Gauteng, was packaged into 4 920 bags each weighing 25 kilograms and would be transported to Lesotho, Mokomele said. Mokomele said Friday’s initiative was a joint venture with the Department of International Relations and Cooperation, the WFP and the Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Social Development. “The WFP, which is an internationally recognised agency of the United Nations, will channel and distribute the maize meal to the school meals programme, health and nutrition activities in Lesotho,” Mokomele said. Lesotho food crisis In July 2012, Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane declared an emergency food crisis and formally requested support from development partners and the international community. Following a meeting with President Jacob Zuma in October 2012, the South African government, through the Department of International Relations and Cooperation, responded to the appeal with a donation of R180-million. “One of the conditions of this agreement from the South African government’s side was that at least 40 percent of the white, non-GMO [genetically modified] maize must be purchased from smallholder farmers in South Africa,” Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson said earlier this year. “Our country’s aid will help provide up to 22 months of food security for 227 000 children and pregnant and breastfeeding women in Lesotho.” Source: SAnews.gov.zalast_img read more

22″ Clip in hair extensions Wrap Around Ponytail Long Straight Ombre Dip dye – Worn ponytails for ages and always buy synthetic over real

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Gautam Gambhir asks Army, Defence Ministry to help veteran begging on Delhi streets

first_imgFormer India batsman Gautam Gambhir on Saturday spotted a man who once served in the Indian Army, begging at Delhi’s Connaught Place.The man, identified as Peethambaran, was seen holding a walking cane in one hand and in the other- a placard saying “I need your help”. It claimed the reason for his begging as he recently met with an accident and has been going through financial difficulties.Gambhir pointed out in a tweet that due to technical reasons, the ex-serviceman can’t get the support he needs from the Army. Gambhir also urged Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Spokesperson of the Ministry of Defence and Additional Directorate General of Public Information (ADG PI) of the Indian Army, to intervene and help the veteran as he is begging on the streets. (Photo: Twitter/@GautamGambhir)Gambhir, whose hometown is New Delhi, said the man he found served in the Army from 1965 to 1971 and can be verified through his ID, which was seen hanging around his neck. The man claimed he participated in the India-Pakistan war and also the India-China conflict in 1967.The Defence spokesperson responded to the ex-cricketer’s tweet within a few hours saying, “We appreciate the concern raised by you and assure that the response will be quick and complete.”We appreciate the concern raised by you and assure that the response will be quick and complete. @adgpi https://t.co/qA23ZqTHjmDefence Spokesperson (@SpokespersonMoD) February 2, 2019Last week, Gautam Gambhir was conferred with the Padma Shri award on Republic Day. He played a key role in helping India win the World T20 in 2007 and the 2011 World Cup. In December 2018, Gambhir announced his retirement all forms of cricket.advertisementREAD | Gautam Gambhir, Sunil Chhetri among 9 sports stars honoured with Padma awardsALSO READ | Gautam Gambhir bats for Ravichandran Ashwin’s inclusion in World Cup squadWATCH | Gautam Gambhir slams MS Dhoni’s captaincy decisions during 2012 tri-series in Australialast_img read more

TFA PROFILE PROJECT

first_imgTouch Football Australia (TFA) as part of our Strategic Plan will be conducting internal research on our members.  This is to assist us to have a better understanding of who our customers are (players and non players), what is important to them, their perspective of what is good about the sport and how we can better meet their expectations. For more information please see the attached memorandum from National Participation Manager Marianne Maguire. Related Filestfa_profile_project_coming_up-doclast_img read more