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Hey there, every one it's an awesome weather in Multan. The sky is covered with dark clouds and the wind is blowing. It's the perfect time to eat some fry food and snacks and to drink a cup of tea and have a great time with your loved ones. Do enjoy this time by going out or talking with your friends and family. Thank you.
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لاہور میں جاری احتجاج کے شرکاء کی طرف سے ملک بھر میں ہڑتال کی اپیل کے بعد حکومت پاکستان نے احتجاج کرنے والوں سے مذاکرات کا اندیہ دیا ہے ۔حکومت پاکستان یہ مذاکرات اتنی جانوں اور املاک کے نقصان کے بغیر بھی کر سکتی تھی ۔برسر اقتدار تحریک انصاف کی حکومت تحریک لبیک پاکستان کی بڑھتی ہوی عوام میں مقبولیت سے خایف ہے حکومتی عہدیاروں کو یہ خوف ہے کہ آنے والے الیکشن میں تحریک لبیک پاکستان پارلیمنٹ میں برتری نہ حاصل کر لے اس خوف میں مبتلا پاکستان میں برسر اقتدار تحریک انصاف کے وزرا ایسے ایسے اقدامات اٹھا رہے ہیں جن سے عام عوام کی ہمدردیاں احتجاج میں شامل افراد کے ساتھ بڑھ رہی ہیں
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More than 343k elderly S.Africans registered for COVID-19 vaccine rollout so far - Eyewitness News
The electronic vaccination data system went live on Friday and has already seen thousands of elderly South Africans register to get a booking for a jab when the second phase of the rollout program starts.
The electronic vaccination data system went live on Friday and has already seen thousands of elderly South Africans register to get a booking for a jab when the second phase of the rollout program starts. JOHANNESBURG - More than 343,000 people aged 60 or older have now registered for the vaccine rollout programme. The electronic vaccination data system went live on Friday and has already seen thousands of elderly South Africans register to get a booking for a jab when the second phase of the rollout program starts. Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said that if government received the amount of vaccines committed to by the manufacturers, 46.2 million South Africans would be inoculated by March next year. This excluded the 500,000 people that would be vaccinated under the Sisonke protocol. The minister was hopeful that a further 1.2 million doses would arrive this quarter as promised by the Covax facility. Download the Eyewitness News app to your iOS or Android device.
WhatsApp tracking site spies on users — and blames Facebook - Tom's Guide
A site that tracks WhatsApp users' activity for the purpose of catching cheating partners says Facebook is to blame
WhatsApp's refusal to let users hide their online status is a huge issue that's being called out by sites profiting off the feature. Tracking sites that keep tabs on user activity for the purposes of catching cheating partners have pointed the finger at Facebook for their existence. Speaking to Motherboard, the administrator of one such website has voiced their support for WhatsApp users being able to change their online status. This is despite the site charging users to see their target's WhatsApp online history, get notifications when they go online, as well as tracking activity to ascertain whether two users are in contact. The site charges $3 per week, as well as presenting a $10 a month option offered after a free trial period. The administrator told Motherboard that currently, the site "make no profits," adding that "yes Facebook does shut down accounts and it's a bit of a whack a mole game that we really don't want to play. And yes they usually win." Rather than address their own choice to offer such a service, which is being shut down repeatedly as they describe, administrator said the site lays the blame on Facebook. "We feel WhatsApp should remove online statuses access from numbers that are not mutual contacts. This is the only reason we can operate, if they do that us and all the other apps who do the same will not be able to operate." Delving into the finer details of the service the site offers, the administrator described how they "track sleep patterns, use regression analysis to give you probability of a chat between two people, for us it's just a fun (albeit challenging) way to shed light on the privacy issue." This is no doubt less fun for those being tracked, or the people whose paranoia is being monetized. And there are other ways to highlight privacy issues that would be entirely victimless. The site explicitly pushes itself as a way to track suspected cheaters, but can be used by anyone to spy on a user if they're willing to hand over the fee. The admin Motherboard spoke to said they're "considering stopping," referring to the their stalking service as a "game" that will possibly be set aside so they can "focus on other projects." They added: "We feel the point has been made repeatedly and we salute [Facebook] for their ability to fight back effectively but it would be so much easier if they removed Online status access from non-mutual contacts, for the privacy of their users, not for us." WhatsApp's FAQ makes it clear that users can't hide when they are online, or when they're typing. The company told Motherboard that user feedback suggests that "knowing when someone in their contacts is 'online' provides a sense of closeness when friends and family are chatting with one another." Apparently that feedback is being universally applied to all users, regardless of whether they want to appear online or not. Today's best Apple iPhone 12 deals
Rainbow Cup: Alternative tournament a must for SA Rugby - SARugbymag
The vacuum opened up by the cancellation of the Rainbow Cup should lead SA Rugby to an innovative new tournament, writes DYLAN JACK.
The vacuum opened up by the pending cancellation of the Rainbow Cup should lead SA Rugby to an innovative new tournament, writes DYLAN JACK. The distorted reality of organised, professional sports in a pandemic have once again hit South African shores. Just over a week ago news emerged that the PRO14 Rainbow Cup was in jeopardy as the South African teams were told to suspend their visa applications. The issue arose from the ‘away leg’ of the tournament with the original plan being that teams base themselves in the UK while facing sides from Wales, Ireland and Italy. However, entering the first week of the Rainbow Cup with still no clarity over the overseas trip, it appears that time has been called on the tournament. This leaves a massive gap in what was meant to be a crucial stage of preparing South Africa’s players at least those who will be involved with the Springboks for the upcoming British & Irish Lions series. At least the good news in that respect is that most of the strongest Springbok lineup is based overseas and will have been able to get regular competitive minutes by the time the tour swings around in July. Still, there is a very real and massive financial impact to consider. SA Rugby, the franchises, players and coaches all took a financial blow through 2020. Players, coaches and management had to take pay cuts of up to 43%, something they invariably could be looking at again due to the loss of income through television rights. This leads to the mental impact on both players and coaching staff. Sources have described the latest period of waiting as incredibly frustrating, absolute chaos and terrible times as a result of the lack of certainty. Those feelings of unease are only going to be heightened by the stress of taking another pay cut with no real clarity on the short-term future. SA Rugby’s brains trust will have to come up with some sort of alternative to keep the players mentally fresh and motivated, if nothing else. Interesting is that Stormers coach John Dobson said during a media conference on Tuesday that they were still preparing to play on Friday evening, even with everything still up in the air. Another round of Currie Cup fixtures is unlikely to get anyone excited, given that the franchises have played each other in a similar format over three successive tournaments: Super Rugby Unlocked, the 2020 Currie Cup and the Preparation Series. Still, that would be better than no tournament at all. Perhaps this is the time for real innovation. It certainly seems SA Rugby is leaning that way. There is an innovative plan for SA teams…actually quite lekker, but can’t say more yet. Craig Ray (@craigray11) April 20, 2021 Why not have a province-of-origin series, where players represent the provinces they were born in or started their rugby careers in? Likewise, with club rugby in South Africa looking to restart, players could represent their local clubs in a ‘club-of-origin’ series. This website has suggested a unique player-coach series, which would allow fans the right to vote on team selections and tactics. Although it sounds like a gimmick, it would allow fans a sense of ownership and responsibility for their teams. Plus, SA Rugby could make up for some of their financial losses by charging fans for that right to select the team lineup. ALSO READ: Plan Z for no Rainbow Cup That would at least be a fresh take on what has become a stale, repetitive and rather meaningless series of domestic fixtures. Photo: Anton Geyser/Gallo Images