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The New York Jets have good news about RB Michael Carter

Michael Carter of the Jets in the season opener as the Baltimore Ravens defeat the New York Jets 24-9 on September 11, 2022. The Baltimore Ravens defeat the New York Jets in the season opener Seaqson 24-9 on September 11, 2022 Among the few concerns left by the New York Jets’ 31-10 big win on Sunday is the unknown status of second-straight year-old Michael Carter. Carter, who left Sunday’s game early in the third quarter with an ankle injury, questioned a return but ultimately did not. Initial reports indicated that…

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Government still faces huge challenge to boost jobs growth: Cosatu – SABC News

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) parliamentary coordinator, Matthew Parkes, says the government still faces a huge challenge in fostering the conditions for job growth despite a one percentage point drop in the unemployment rate. Stats SA says unemployment fell from 33.9% in the second quarter to 32.9% in the third quarter of this year, but youth unemployment remains high. Parks says the jobs crisis is still with us. “There’s no need to pop the champagne bottles because we still have an extended unemployment rate of 42%.” B,…

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Tech 

Microsoft fixes bugs and adds cool news. Windows 11 will be even better

Windows 11 Build 25252 has appeared in the development channel, and with it some improvements and news New VPN indicator A VPN icon appeared in the system tray in the system tray, which allows you to easily check whether the connection is going through the VPN network. You don’t even need to click on it to access Quick Settings, just hover over it and basic information will be displayed. It’s worth remembering that it will appear after Windows detects and configures the VPN connection. Source: Microsoft Source: Ghacks Changes to…

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BREAKING NEWS| Janusz Walus stabbed in prison, receives medical treatment – SABC News

Polish immigrant Janusz Walus was stabbed in prison on Tuesday. The Department of Corrections says Walus is receiving medical treatment. Walus is serving a life sentence for the 1993 murder of the late SACP general secretary Chris Haney. Last Monday, the Constitutional Court declared Justice Minister Ronald Lamola’s decision to deny parole to Vallus in 2020 as irrational. The Supreme Court ordered that Walus be released within 10 days of the sentencing.

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OVERVIEW | Qatar looking to avoid third straight defeat – SABC News

World Cup hosts Qatar made a premature exit from their own party on Tuesday, ending their campaign with an uphill task against the Netherlands at Al Bait Stadium that leaves them facing the prospect of further humiliation. The hosts’ abysmal performance came as a major disappointment as, despite years of intense preparation, they were completely underwhelming in their opening two Group A matches. They were the first side to be eliminated on Friday, less than a week after the tournament began, after 3-1 loss to Senegal. They were also beaten…

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Netherlands to host UEFA Nations League finals in 2023 – SABC News

The Netherlands will host the UEFA Nations League finals for the first time next year, with the cities of Rotterdam and Enschede chosen by the Royal Netherlands Football Association (KNVB) to host matches, European football’s governing body said on Tuesday. πŸ‡³πŸ‡± The Netherlands will host the 2023 #League of Nations finals! 🏟️ Locations: Rotterdam and Enschede πŸ—“οΈ Dates: June 14-18 ⚽ Teams: Netherlands, Croatia, Italy Spain pic.twitter.com/B9vr4bndUG β€” UEFA (@UEFA) November 29, 2022 The semi-finals will take place on June 14 and 15, while the third-place play-off and the final…

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SAHRC investigates reports of child malnutrition in Eastern Cape – SABC News

A number of children in the Eastern Cape live in extreme poverty. Reports of child malnutrition and hunger are increasing in this province, prompting an investigation by the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC). A four-month-old baby is currently fighting for his life in a hospital in Gqeberha due to malnutrition and more mothers are coming forward to say they are struggling to feed their children. A baby barely survives on only powdered cold drink mix. The harsh reality of one of the many children born into poverty in Walmer…

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South Korea extradits suitcase murder suspect to New Zealand – SABC News

South Korea has extradited to New Zealand a woman suspected of murdering two children whose bodies were found in suitcases in Auckland this year. The Korean-born New Zealander was handed over to New Zealand authorities at Incheon International Airport yesterday. She is suspected of fleeing to South Korea in 2018 after allegedly killing her then 7-year-old and 10-year-old children in Oakland. “Along with the suspect, the Ministry of Justice also secured key evidence and provided it to New Zealand at their request,” the ministry said in a statement. Police in…

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Villagers in Limpopo plunged into darkness after cable theft – SABC News

The scourge of cable theft has left some residents without power for more than ten months in Tauetsoala, in Limpopo’s Steeiloop. A suspected syndicate has been steadily stealing electrical cables that deliver power from street poles to homes since December last year. As a result, the villagers were left in the dark. One of the residents, Letty Mahura, left her six-room apartment and sought accommodation at a relative’s house. She says the darkness in her house puts her life in danger. β€œI don’t have electricity in my house, it’s dark,…

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“SA can no longer rely on government to fight SP scourge” – SABC News

South Africans can no longer rely on government to combat the scourge of gender-based violence (GBV). This is according to Dr Mbulelo Dyasi of the South African National AIDS Council. Dr Dyasi says that although the reporting of GBV crimes has gained momentum in recent years, some victims feel that the country’s justice system is failing them. He says repeat offenders, in large part because of the backlog of DNA testing, cause delays in arresting and prosecuting perpetrators. Dr Dyasi says: β€œThis campaign on HIV, STDs and femicide must be…

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