State Procurement Board Wants U.S.$870,000 From Late Boss’ Estate

[The Herald] The State Procurement Board wants about $870 000 from the estate of former chairperson, the late Charles Kuwaza, to recover money that the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority garnished from the board’s account after he evaded paying Pay As You Earn…

[The Herald] The State Procurement Board wants about $870 000 from the estate of former chairperson, the late Charles Kuwaza, to recover money that the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority garnished from the board's account after he evaded paying Pay As You Earn since 2009. Kuwaza allegedly committed suicide last week as he faced five counts of corruption before the courts involving over $1 million and ZW$2,5 billion.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kenyatta, Odinga Allies Kicked out in Party Primaries

[Nation] Allies of President Kenyatta and Nasa co-principal Raila Odinga have been voted out by a seemingly decisive public in the Jubilee and ODM nominations which have been marked with violence, chaos and confusion.

[Nation] Allies of President Kenyatta and Nasa co-principal Raila Odinga have been voted out by a seemingly decisive public in the Jubilee and ODM nominations which have been marked with violence, chaos and confusion.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Burning Bibles Is Dangerous Ignorance

[Observer] A pastor in Kampala [the pastor has since been identified as Aloysius Bugingo] reportedly burnt Bibles in the backyard of his church, because they have the words “Holy Ghost” and lack certain verses.

[Observer] A pastor in Kampala [the pastor has since been identified as Aloysius Bugingo] reportedly burnt Bibles in the backyard of his church, because they have the words "Holy Ghost" and lack certain verses.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Largest Platinum Miner Reports 529% Profit Jump

[The Herald] The country’s largest platinum miner, Zimbabwe Platinum Holdings (Zimplats) has reported a 529 percent jump in profit-after-tax of $42 million in the quarter to March 31, 2017 from $6 million in the prior comparable period on the back of i…

[The Herald] The country's largest platinum miner, Zimbabwe Platinum Holdings (Zimplats) has reported a 529 percent jump in profit-after-tax of $42 million in the quarter to March 31, 2017 from $6 million in the prior comparable period on the back of improved metal prices.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cross Examination of Captain in Panayiotou Case Continues

[News24Wire] The cross examination of the investigating officer in the case against Christopher Panayiotou, Captain Kanna Swanepoel, began in the Port Elizabeth High Court on Wednesday.

[News24Wire] The cross examination of the investigating officer in the case against Christopher Panayiotou, Captain Kanna Swanepoel, began in the Port Elizabeth High Court on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa