A Policeman and his 53-year-old mother were on Monday charged for assaulting a father and son at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court. The father and son were, however, crossed-charged for the offences of wounding and damage to property.The four persons charged are David La Rose Snr, David La Rose Jnr, Dellon Thorne and Claudette Thorne, all of Lot 20 Independence Boulevard, Albouystown Georgetown.The Court heard that on January 13, 2018 at Trench Road, Albouystown, Georgetown, the four persons unlawfully wounded each other.LaRose Jnr was also charged with damaging a car windscreen valued $85,000, property of Dellon Thorne.He was further charged for wounding Claudette Thorne at the Ruimveldt Police Station, and for using abusive language.The 21-year-old was granted bail to the tune of $130,000 in total.His father, a 51-year-old construction worker, was also charged for unlawfully wounding Claudette Thorne. He, like his son, denied the allegation and was granted bail in the sum of $40,000. The men are expected to return to Court on April 16 2018.Dellon Thorne, a 25-year-old Police officer, was charged for damaging a car windscreen belonging to David LaRose Jnr, and valued at $55,000. He denied the allegation and was granted $120,000 bail.His mother, Claudette, was charged with assault carried out at the Ruimveldt Police Station. She has denied the charge.Police Prosecutor Arvin Moore had no objection to bail being granted the defendants, and it was granted in the sum of $20,000. The duo will reappear in court on April 16, 2018.Moore revealed the facts of the matter, which disclosed that the four defendants all live in the same yard, but on the day in question, had an argument which escalated. Bricks pelted resulted in all of them receiving injuries. The matter was reported and they were all arrested and charged.
Finance minister Nhlanhla Nene’s budget speech has received mixed reactions. While income tax is being raised for the first time in 20 years, small to medium sized businesses set to benefit by the doubling of the turnover tax threshold. This summary of the budget shows how Nene’s changes will affect your pocket.For more on the 2015 Budget, read:South Africa’s Budget 2015: the full textWatch: South Africa’s 2015 BudgetNene walks a tightropeClick to view larger image
mike melanson 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market If you go and look at your inbox right now, we’re willing to bet that there’s some email in there that’s completely stale. There’s no reason to reference it, search for it sometime down the road or keep it around for sentimental value. It’s just expired.If Other Inbox CEO Joshua Baer has his way, this email could simply delete itself, rather than lurking in your inbox and continuing the clutter. According to CNET’s Rafe Needleman, Baer spoke at the email-centric Inbox Love conference today and proposed “a standard that would let e-mail messages carry with them the date of their own irrelevance.” E-mails could use the “x-expires” header to tell the receiving in-box that they become outdated after a certain absolute date, or a certain time relative to when they’re sent or received. Baer says this idea has been “bouncing around” for 10 years, but he’s learned, “the best way to get a standard adopted is to work with individual companies first, and make it a de facto standard.”We recently wrote about a mobile app that worked to create self-destructing text messages, with the idea being that it would help keep communication secure. The idea here is much simpler and more obvious – your inbox is a cluttered mess full of irrelevant information that needs to go away. Baer, of course, knows all about inbox clutter. His company, Other Inbox, is a wonderful email tool (which I just recently fell in love with) that categorizes all of the extraneous newsletters and notification emails so you can make sure to get the emails that matter.If you’d like to hear more about Baer’s proposal, there’s a Google Group set up for discussion. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#news#web
IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Enterprise social networking service Yammer today released a new version of its iOS app. The new version adds threaded discussions, private messaging and full Retina Display support. Also, users will now be able to view documents from within the app.Here’s the feature list:Threaded Conversations – Easily follow conversations with replies displayed underneath the original message.Private Messaging – Communicate privately with one or more colleagues.Read/Unread Message Tracking – Identify previously loaded versus newly loaded messages and replies.Full Retina Display Support – Experience enhanced text, images, and more.Multi Feed Access – Quickly navigate between group feeds, company feeds, and @mentions to find relevant conversations.Upgraded In-App Browser – Seamlessly navigate between Yammer and links to external sites.Document Viewing – Instantly access Microsoft Office documents, PDFs, and images appearing in a feed.Yammer plans to release new versions of its mobile app for Android, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile later this year. Each of these platforms already has an app, and a mobile optimized website and SMS integration are also available.Yammer also has a desktop application, or can be used with Seesmic or SharePoint.Yammer competes with many other enterprise microblogging and social networking services. Tags:#enterprise#mobile Related Posts 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… klint finley