How We Print, Spend Millions of Fake Local, Foreign Currencies, Suspects Say

[Premium Times] The Osun State Commissioner of Police, Adeoye Fimihan, has confirmed the arrest of six persons in connection with the printing, selling and spending of fake local and foreign currencies.

[Premium Times] The Osun State Commissioner of Police, Adeoye Fimihan, has confirmed the arrest of six persons in connection with the printing, selling and spending of fake local and foreign currencies.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

High Court Postpones Voter Registration Hearing

[New Zimbabwe] The High Court has postponed a hearing into an application filed by the opposition MDC-T party challenging President Robert Mugabe’s proclamation of voter registration dates.

[New Zimbabwe] The High Court has postponed a hearing into an application filed by the opposition MDC-T party challenging President Robert Mugabe's proclamation of voter registration dates.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Icpau Releases August CPA Examinations

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (ICPAU) has this Monday (Sept. 18) released the August 2017 Certified Public Accountants of Uganda – CPA (U) course results indicating 3.1% pass rate decline when …

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (ICPAU) has this Monday (Sept. 18) released the August 2017 Certified Public Accountants of Uganda - CPA (U) course results indicating 3.1% pass rate decline when compared with the June 2017 examinations.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Japanese Ambassador Cup Moved

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Karate Union have moved this year’s edition of the Japanese Ambassador Cup to next year due to logistical challenges. But ZKU president Paul Danisa said they had to move the annual competition to next year due to a number of f…

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Karate Union have moved this year's edition of the Japanese Ambassador Cup to next year due to logistical challenges. But ZKU president Paul Danisa said they had to move the annual competition to next year due to a number of factors, including failure to secure the venue they had wanted and budget constraints. "We have agreed to move it to February just to allow for better planning. It's just the most appropriate venue for it was the UZ and the date we had proposed they could not commit.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Voter Registration Machines Break Down

[New Zimbabwe] Voter registration in Bulawayo which kicked off on Monday was marred by technological glitches with the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) machines failing to indicate some of the polling centre names.

[New Zimbabwe] Voter registration in Bulawayo which kicked off on Monday was marred by technological glitches with the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) machines failing to indicate some of the polling centre names.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Blundering Council Costs Ratepayers U.S.$1 Million

[The Herald] The blundering MDC-T-led Harare City Council is set to cost ratepayers over $1 million after making flawed decisions on the contracts of its two former senior employees. The city was recently ordered to reinstate its finance director Mr Ju…

[The Herald] The blundering MDC-T-led Harare City Council is set to cost ratepayers over $1 million after making flawed decisions on the contracts of its two former senior employees. The city was recently ordered to reinstate its finance director Mr Justice Mandizha to his position or pay him $760 000 in damages and is also set to pay former NMBZ Bank chief executive Mr James Mushore more than $200 000.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Border Gezi Youths Off to South Korea for Martial Arts Training

[New Zimbabwe] ZANU PF party is sending the its notorious Green Bombers youths to South Korea for martial arts training, raising fears the ruling party is readying for a violent lead up to next year’s elections.

[New Zimbabwe] ZANU PF party is sending the its notorious Green Bombers youths to South Korea for martial arts training, raising fears the ruling party is readying for a violent lead up to next year's elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe