ERCA Compels Banks to Pay Taxes On Employees Fringe Benefit

[Addis Fortune] The Ethiopian Revenues & Costumes Authority (ERCA) ordered all the private banks and the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) to collect and pay taxes from the fringe benefits they have been providing their employees since July 2016.

[Addis Fortune] The Ethiopian Revenues & Costumes Authority (ERCA) ordered all the private banks and the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) to collect and pay taxes from the fringe benefits they have been providing their employees since July 2016.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Health Workers Strike – Johesu Accuses Doctors, Health Ministry of Sabotage, Insincerity

[Premium Times] The National Chairman of JOHESU, Biobebelemoye Josiah, has alerted the public on purported efforts by Nigerian doctors to frustrate ongoing talks to end the four-week-old strike embarked upon by the union.

[Premium Times] The National Chairman of JOHESU, Biobebelemoye Josiah, has alerted the public on purported efforts by Nigerian doctors to frustrate ongoing talks to end the four-week-old strike embarked upon by the union.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Ethio Telecom Takes Baby Step to Liberalise Services

[Addis Fortune] The government has moved one step forward in liberalising the service part of the telecom industry by outsourcing a local private company to sell fixed-line internet services.

[Addis Fortune] The government has moved one step forward in liberalising the service part of the telecom industry by outsourcing a local private company to sell fixed-line internet services.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Johesu Alleges Plan By Doctors to Sabotage Health Workers’ Strike

[This Day] The lingering nationwide strike embarked upon by health workers may suffer a set-back following resolve by doctors to render services and kick against the demands of the health workers.

[This Day] The lingering nationwide strike embarked upon by health workers may suffer a set-back following resolve by doctors to render services and kick against the demands of the health workers.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mali Surprise Tanzania in Dar es Salaam

[CAF] Goals from Ousmane Diakite and Samadiare Dianka were enough for Mali to sink Tanzania 2-1 in the first leg of the Second Round clash Sunday at the National Stadium in Dar es Salam.

[CAF] Goals from Ousmane Diakite and Samadiare Dianka were enough for Mali to sink Tanzania 2-1 in the first leg of the Second Round clash Sunday at the National Stadium in Dar es Salam.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

El Badry – Ahly Always Play With Victory in Mind

[CAF] After being held to a home draw in their Group A opener, Egyptian giants Al Ahly are hoping to have a positive result when they tackle their Ugandan hosts Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) Tuesday in Kampala.

[CAF] After being held to a home draw in their Group A opener, Egyptian giants Al Ahly are hoping to have a positive result when they tackle their Ugandan hosts Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) Tuesday in Kampala.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Global Healthcare Regulators Meet in Addis to Fight Fake Drugs

[Addis Fortune] Addis Abeba has hosted healthcare regulators from all over the world who held a discussion on fighting the spread of fake drugs and the need to secure the healthcare supply chain in Africa.

[Addis Fortune] Addis Abeba has hosted healthcare regulators from all over the world who held a discussion on fighting the spread of fake drugs and the need to secure the healthcare supply chain in Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Refugee Organisation Condemns Raids By Home Affairs

[GroundUp] Last week, the Department of Home Affairs detained 25 foreign nationals for contravening the Immigration Act during raids conducted at China City in Milnerton and Canal Walk in Century City. Activists have condemned the arrests. They say tha…

[GroundUp] Last week, the Department of Home Affairs detained 25 foreign nationals for contravening the Immigration Act during raids conducted at China City in Milnerton and Canal Walk in Century City. Activists have condemned the arrests. They say that some of those arrested are "without doubt" people that are undocumented because Home Affairs has failed to reopen a fully functional refugee centre in Cape Town, despite a court order.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa