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The mayor of Tefé will be investigated for hiring his brother-in-law to be the director of the municipality’s hospital – My Crush Live News – Notícias de Manaus i Amazonas

To Redakcije 4, August 8, 2022 at 3:41 p.m Amazonas – The mayor of Tefé, Nicson Marreira, is in the crosshairs of the Amazonas Public Ministry (MPAM). A civil investigation has been opened to investigate the possible practice of nepotism in the municipality. The case is related to the employment of the director of the regional hospital in the municipality of Laércio Damião Lopes Soares. The information that resulted in the investigation is that the director will be the brother-in-law of the current mayor of Tefé, Nicson Marreira. Employment, if…

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The defense says the army asked the colonel who spread the fake news to be replaced

The Ministry of Defense said this Monday (8) that the decision to replace Colonel Ricardo Sant Anna from the group appointed by the armed forces to monitor the electoral process was made by the army itself. The information was predicted by the analyst CNN: Thais Arbex and first-hand confirmed anchor Kenzo Machida. In a document signed by TSE President Luis Edson Fachin and Court Vice President Alexander de Moraes, the court reports that the colonel will be excluded from the group spreading fake news about electronic voting machines on social…

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Swaziland’s national teachers’ union urges members to stay home amid political tensions – SABC News

The Swaziland National Union of Teachers (SNAT) has called on teachers in Eswatini to stay home due to the brewing political tension in the country. This follows a voice note issued by an unknown person threatening to attack King Mswati 3rd and the armed forces. The tension comes amid the recent attack on police officers reported in Eswatini. SNAT president Mbongwa Dlamini says their members will not return to work until their safety is guaranteed. “They have given a specific instruction to our members, the teachers, not to go to…

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Manaus will have a direct flight to Florida later this year, says Governor Wilson Lima – My Crush Live News – Notícias de Manaus i Amazonas

By Redakcije 4, August 8, 2022 at 3:19 p.m Amazonas – Manaus may have a direct flight to the United States from December this year. The information was revealed by Governor Wilson Lima (UB), this Monday morning (8), during a meeting with businessmen. The governor said he negotiated the proposal with the vice president of Azul Linhas Aéreas, with whom he met last week. One of the accompanying conditions was to enable the approval of the ICMS (tax on sales of goods and services) for breakdown fuel, which has already…

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TECH IMPACT: Cybercrime and emerging technologies growing threats to SA’s banking sector – SABC News

The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) has identified cybercrime and emerging technologies as growing threats to South Africa’s banking sector. In its report, the Reserve Bank said threats including internet and mobile banking platforms could be used to facilitate money laundering and terrorist financing. Cybercrime has become a huge problem not only in South Africa but all over the world. Phishing remains one of the most common fraud techniques. Often, scammers send their targets emails that appear to come from the bank. In recent months, 1,237 cases of cybercrime and…

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Globonews brings news as the protagonist in a new visual identity

In addition to the logo, the channel has also changed its TV news vignettes and infomercials With a graphic pattern, the inclusion of the color yellow and a logo that is friendlier, lighter and more suitable for social networks, Globonews wants to present the news as the protagonist in the channel’s new visual identity. The new identity, produced by Globo’s in-house team in collaboration with Beeld Motion, will be officially unveiled on August 15 with a video recorded at the Globonews studios, starring the broadcaster’s faces such as Aline Midledge,…

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South Africa remains a strategic partner on the African continent: Blinken – SABC News

United States Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said South Africa remains a strategic partner on the African continent. During his working visit to South Africa on Monday, Blinken touched on trade, global politics and security. South African Minister of International Relations Naledi Pandor and her US counterpart also opined on the current war in Ukraine, the situation in the Middle East and strained relations between the US and China. The two leaders held marathon private meetings in which they had frank discussions. The United States of America and other Western…

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President Jair Bolsonaro will participate in the Flow Podcast this Monday (8) – My Crush Live News – Notícias de Manaus i Amazonas

To Redakcije 5, August 8, 2022 at 1:27 p.m Brazil – President Jair Bolsonaro (PL), candidate for re-election, will participate in the Flow Podcast this Monday (8). As stated in the press release, the conversation starts at 7:00 p.m. and will last for two hours. WEEKLY AGENDA: • MONDAY 08.08. 19:00 – @jairbolsonaro • WEDNESDAY 08.10. 20:00 – @RogerioMorgado • THURSDAY 11. 8. 19:00 – Hubert + @lapena + @CManoelCasseta 🌻💛 pic.twitter.com/NuwC4l6RAp — Flow Podcast (@flowpdc) August 8, 2022 Igor Coelho and channel director Gianluca Eugênio will talk to the…

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Springboks vow to keep working hard to replicate Mbombela feats – SABC News

Two Springbok players will not be available for selection for Saturday’s second Rugby Championship Test match against New Zealand at Ellis Park. Springbok tackle Faf de Klerk suffered concussion in the opening minute against the All Blacks in Mbombela and is following head injury assessment protocols, while Kurt-Lee Arendze has been banned from all rugby for four matches for a late tackle. He also suffered concussion, which would have ruled him out of Saturday’s game in Johannesburg, and will now be available for selection only for the game against Argentina…

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Suspects in eNyobeni pub robbery tragedy denied bail – SABC News

Three men accused of allegedly stealing from victims of the eNyobeni Tavern tragedy were refused bail at East London Magistrates’ Court on Monday. The state opposes their release, citing that they could interfere with the ongoing investigation. Although their legal representative told the court that bail would be in the interest of justice, the court disagreed. The three men told East London Magistrates’ Court they intended to plead not guilty when the case goes to trial. The court said that granting them bail would not be in the interest of…

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