Government Folks Out K5.6 Billion For Ballot Paper Machine

Works and Supply Minister Felix Mutati has disclosed that government has so far spent K5.6 billion to buy a Web Presser Printing Machine for printing ballot papers and other Government documents. Mutati says the machine was bought five years ago, … Continued

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Works and Supply Minister Felix Mutati has disclosed that government has so far spent K5.6 billion to buy a Web Presser Printing Machine for printing ballot papers and other Government documents. Mutati says the machine was bought five years ago, but could not function properly because some components were missing. He says now that government has managed to pay the outstanding money towards the machine the missing components of the machine will start coming into the country as soon as possible. Mutati says the printing machine will help address the printing challenges the government Printing Department is facing. He adds that printing ballot papers is less than 10 percent of the business Government Printers can do, stressing that the machine is capable of printing about 38 different government documents. The post Government Folks Out K5.6 Billion For Ballot Paper Machine appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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8,000 Ethiopians to Perform Hajj Pilgrimage

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ethiopian Islamic Affairs Supreme Council (EIASC) disclosed that some 8,000 Ethiopian Muslims are expected to perform the 2018 Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. In a press conference he gave yesterday, EIASC Hajj and Umrah …

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ethiopian Islamic Affairs Supreme Council (EIASC) disclosed that some 8,000 Ethiopian Muslims are expected to perform the 2018 Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. In a press conference he gave yesterday, EIASC Hajj and Umrah Sector Head Sheikh Ahmed Yusuf said that the Council has commenced the registration of financially capable Ethiopians to perform the pilgrimage and take part in the five-day event in Islam's holiest place.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Missing Persons Sought By Pietermaritzburg Police

[SAPS] Pietermaritzburg SAPS is appealing to the members of the community for assistance with regards to locating a missing persons Bridget Simiyon (28) from East Street Hostel, Pietermaritzburg. She was last seen at her home at East Street Hostel on 2…

[SAPS] Pietermaritzburg SAPS is appealing to the members of the community for assistance with regards to locating a missing persons Bridget Simiyon (28) from East Street Hostel, Pietermaritzburg. She was last seen at her home at East Street Hostel on 2 April 2018 at about 06:30. She was wearing red and khaki dress and khaki shoes.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Judgment Reserved in Muslim Marriages Case

[News24Wire] The Women’s Legal Centre on Friday left tempers flaring in the Western Cape High Court when it pointed out that nine counsel had been appointed by the State to argue the organisation’s application for the recognition of Muslim marriages, a…

[News24Wire] The Women's Legal Centre on Friday left tempers flaring in the Western Cape High Court when it pointed out that nine counsel had been appointed by the State to argue the organisation's application for the recognition of Muslim marriages, and all nine had advanced the same argument.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Drug Clean-Up Operations Continue in Uitenhage Cluster

[SAPS] Uitenhage Cluster -SAPS members from the Uitenhage Cluster are determined to participate in efforts to address the root causes of crime and in line with our Back to Basics approach of targeted and informed deployment of resources, SAPS members w…

[SAPS] Uitenhage Cluster -SAPS members from the Uitenhage Cluster are determined to participate in efforts to address the root causes of crime and in line with our Back to Basics approach of targeted and informed deployment of resources, SAPS members will continue to seize drugs and arrest those involved in drug peddling. Members from SAPS Kamesh followed up on information, yesterday, 19 April 2018, which led to the arrest of a 34-year-old male suspect. The suspect was arrested during an intelligence-driven operation conducted on 1

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Forum, Canada Launch Project to Strengthen Federal Governance, Pluralism

[Ethiopian Herald] Forum of Federations and the government of Canada launched ‘Strengthening Federal Governance and Pluralism in Ethiopia’, a project to address challenges and opportunities in Ethiopia’s federal governance with the aim of creating a st…

[Ethiopian Herald] Forum of Federations and the government of Canada launched 'Strengthening Federal Governance and Pluralism in Ethiopia', a project to address challenges and opportunities in Ethiopia's federal governance with the aim of creating a strengthened and more responsive federal system. The Canadian government funded 5.675 million US Dollar for Forum of Federations to implement the project in five years.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Breakthrough in School Burglary Case

[SAPS] The Kwazulu -Natal Acting Provincial Commissioner, Major General Bheki Langa commended the work by KwaMashu detective members for arresting eight suspects for business burglary. “I also want to thank the members of the community for breaking the…

[SAPS] The Kwazulu -Natal Acting Provincial Commissioner, Major General Bheki Langa commended the work by KwaMashu detective members for arresting eight suspects for business burglary. "I also want to thank the members of the community for breaking the silence and for exposing those involved in criminal activities. I appeal to the community to continue working with the police in the fight against crime by providing valuable information to the police. They must be ears and eyes of the police and protect their local schools fro

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Assisting Prisoners to Escape – Two Johannesburg Correctional Service Members Appear in Court

[SAPS] The SAPS Gauteng Acting Provincial Commissioner Major General Mary Motsepe is confident that nine (9) prisoners who escaped at the Johannesburg Corrrectional Services will be brought to book very soon following the arrest of two warders on charg…

[SAPS] The SAPS Gauteng Acting Provincial Commissioner Major General Mary Motsepe is confident that nine (9) prisoners who escaped at the Johannesburg Corrrectional Services will be brought to book very soon following the arrest of two warders on charges of assisting the prisoners to escape. The warders aged 34 and 36 are due to appear at the Johannesburg Magistrate Court today.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa