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On April 25, the Ingenuity helicopter made its third flight on Mars
The helicopter first rose to a height of five meters, as in the previous two flights, and then flew a record 50 meters at a maximum speed of a record two meters per second.
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Rachel, who was Richard will take the post of assistant to the country's health minister
Rachel Levine, 62, was actually born a boy and changed sex in adulthood.
At birth, Levin was named by his parents Richard. Richard Levine attended a private Jewish school in Boston, played in school hockey and football teams.
Richard was experiencing sexual discomfort. He wanted to become a girl, then get married. He was sexually attracted to boys, and he preferred to be friends with girls. From his experiences, Richard Levin went to study and sports. As a teenager, he acquired a penchant for introspection. Reflection on the intimate psychophysiology of a person influenced the decision of Richard Levin to become a doctor.
The decision to change sex matured for Dr. Richard Levin after forty years. By that time he was already married and had two children, David and Diana.
He divorced his wife, leaving the children to his ex-wife. The decision to change sex was supported by Richard Levine's mother and his patients. His children are learning to live with their Sunday dad, who suddenly became a mom.
Brad Pitt and volunteers distributed food to needy families in Los Angeles
Brad took his speakers with him, connected them to his phone, and turned on the music.
Brad dragged boxes from the body of the truck for hours, which he drove to the place. People who came to work did not know that they were in the presence of a Hollywood star, because Brad did not show himself.
Brad looked, of course, in casual style: ripped jeans, sneakers, with a mask on his face. He also put on a pair of gloves to carry the boxes, which he pulled out of the truck and put on the cart.
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Users of the Apple Podcasts service will see global changes and a new feature of paid subscriptions
Users will be able to subscribe to the creators whose podcasts they like best. Such subscribers will be able to listen to content without advertising, and will be the first to access new episodes.
The subscription function is planned to be launched for users from 170 countries.
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Oscar glory for 'My Octopus Teacher' - eNCA
A South African production, My Octopus Teacher, wins Best Documentary Feature at the Oscars.
JOHANNESBURG - South Africa's award-winning documentary, My Octopus Teacher, has bagged another award. This time its the best documentary in the 2021 Oscars. The documentary depicts a bond between an octopus and filmmaker, Craig Foster. READ: My Octopus Teacher wins Bafta for Best Documentary The heart-warming story takes place in False Bay. It's the first Netflix original documentary to come out of South Africa.
Cricket South Africa Members Council and Interim Board finally reach an agreement - IOL
Cricket SA has averted a potential disaster after the Members’ Council and the Interim Board finally reached an agreement on all outstanding issues related to amending the Memorandum of Incorporation.
Cricket SA has averted a potential disaster after the Members Council and the Interim Board finally reached an agreement on all outstanding issues related to amending the Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI). The Members Council and the Independent Board met on Sunday after the Minister of Sport Nathi Mthethwa had threatened to strip CSA of its status as the game's official cricketing body by "defunding" and "derecognising" the body. Mthethwa's consideration to invoke Section 13 of the National Sports and Recreation Act was due to the reluctance of the Members' Council to agree to a majority independent board, as proposed by the Nicholson report due to the the Members Council believing that not all facts were presented by the Interim Board in terms of the vote that recently vetoed the adoption of the proposed Memorandum of Incorporation. Acting President of the Members Council, Mr Rihan Richards said: "The Members Council is pleased to have been part of a thorough and fruitful consultative process today. "Today is a historic day for cricket in South Africa and we look forward to being part of a new governance structure for cricket and playing our part in ensuring sound administration of the game we hold so dear. I am grateful to my Members Council colleagues and the Interim Board for ensuring that we avert a proposed ministerial intervention which would have caused cricket in our country irreparable harm." ALSO READ: The Cricket South Africa saga has carried on for too long Speaking on behalf of the Interim Board, chair Dr Stavros Nicolaou said:" Today we reached an important milestone, and I am delighted that the Members Council and the Board reached agreement on a new governance structure. "We have now successfully managed to fulfill the mandate given to us by Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Mr Nathi Mthethwa. We trust that this important agreement will give confidence to all crickets stakeholders specifically, players, staff, sponsors and all in the country who love the game of cricket. We owed it to our country to find a solution to crickets governance challenges. ALSO READ: Self-interest by vocal Members Council minority has brought SA cricket to its knees - Interim Board This agreement will now trigger an expedited process to adopt the MOI in terms of the Companies Act (s60) within 48 hours. By reaching this agreement, cricket in South Africa has adopted a governance model which is best practice both in South Africa and internationally. On Friday, Cricket SA staff, including Director of Cricket, Graeme Smith, penned an emotial letter signed by all staff members for Mthethwa to reconsider invoking Section 13 of the National Sports and Recreation Act. The Members' Council and the Interim Board will be sharing the amended MOI with all cricket's stakeholders including SASCOC. Related Video: @ZaahierAdams IOL Sport
Mango faces grounding this week as it’s hit by financial crunch: report - BusinessTech
State-owned domestic airline Mango says that it cannot pay staff salaries, raising questions about how much longer it can stay in the air.
State-owned domestic airline Mango says that it cannot pay staff salaries, raising questions about how much longer it can stay in the air. The airline’s financial issues have been exacerbated by delayed funding from government, with the Department of Public Enterprises meeting with Mango’s board this weekend about repositioning the airline, BusinessDay reported. The delay in funding means that the airline will need to stop operating from 1 May – and enter into business rescue. A Mango spokesperson said that the airline is expecting some of the R10.5 billion set aside for South African Airways (SAA), but that will require a special appropriation bill, which has not yet been tabled in parliament. This is the second state-owned airline to be hit with financial problems in as many years, with SAA entering into business rescue in December 2019. SAA has been unprofitable for almost a decade, surviving on state bailouts and government debt guarantees, and was placed under administration a year ago. The carrier has been lying dormant since March 2020, when the fleet was grounded due to travel bans to contain the Covid-19 coronavirus. However, SAA’s new interim chief executive Thomas Kgokolo said that the embattled national carrier has begun official discussions to resume operations. In an interview last week, Kgokolo said that the airline will soon start the process of retraining its pilots and ensuring that compliance requirements are met. He added that a number of expenses have been cut down, including employee costs through retrenchments, meaning that the new airline will be significantly leaner. However, Kgokolo acknowledged the difficulties in restarting the airline during a global pandemic which has caused untold damage to the airline sector. Our view is that we are much smaller than before, so we are going to be spending a lot of time (as part of) our restart plan looking at operational efficiency from a cost perspective. We will also be looking at the type of aircraft we use going forward to ensure that they are fuel-efficient. We will also (launch) a decent marketing campaign to ensure that as we come back online our loyal customers can use us again. Kgokolo said that this restart will not be easy and that the new SAA will not do things the same way it did in the past. Read: New SAA plans to restart operations