Banks Admit Bungling

[The Herald] Banks have admitted to bungling by delaying to acquit CD1 forms on behalf of their clients to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, a situation that has seen some companies being implicated of externalising foreign currency. CD1 forms are used in …

[The Herald] Banks have admitted to bungling by delaying to acquit CD1 forms on behalf of their clients to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, a situation that has seen some companies being implicated of externalising foreign currency. CD1 forms are used in international trade and companies submit them to the central bank for reconciliation purposes. The forms are produced by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Auditor General Blasts Zimra Waste

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) is spending thousands of dollars on rentals for staff at Forbes Border Post despite having acquired residential stands in 2003 which remain undeveloped, the Auditor General (AG) has revealed.

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) is spending thousands of dollars on rentals for staff at Forbes Border Post despite having acquired residential stands in 2003 which remain undeveloped, the Auditor General (AG) has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Starvation and Drug Shortages Continue in Prisons

[New Zimbabwe] Prisoners continue to die from a poor diet and the acute shortage of essential drugs in the country’s congested penitentiaries, convicted beneficiaries of a recent presidential clemency has revealed.

[New Zimbabwe] Prisoners continue to die from a poor diet and the acute shortage of essential drugs in the country's congested penitentiaries, convicted beneficiaries of a recent presidential clemency has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Simba Silences His Critics With Double Strike

[The Herald] Just when he needed goals to get his latest romance with CAPS United well and truly underway, after an indifferent start, striker Simba Nhivi scored twice, and could have score more, to inspire the Green Machine to their first Castle Lager…

[The Herald] Just when he needed goals to get his latest romance with CAPS United well and truly underway, after an indifferent start, striker Simba Nhivi scored twice, and could have score more, to inspire the Green Machine to their first Castle Lager Premiership victory this season.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New PM Ahmed Makes ‘Stunning’ Statements in First Speech

[Addis Standard] The national Parliament is gearing up to swear in Dr. Abiy Ahmed as the next PM of the country. We’ll bring you the latest & a rare analysis on what happened behind closed doors before Dr. Abiy’s election & how that could shape his premiership.

[Addis Standard] The national Parliament is gearing up to swear in Dr. Abiy Ahmed as the next PM of the country. We'll bring you the latest & a rare analysis on what happened behind closed doors before Dr. Abiy's election & how that could shape his premiership.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

M’membe’s Socialist Project Could Be the Beginning of the End

[Zambia Reports] News that Fred M’membe has thrown his hat in the political ring is hardly surprising. Over the years M’membe has been active as any political animal in this country. He has remote controlled some politicians hiding under the banner of …

[Zambia Reports] News that Fred M'membe has thrown his hat in the political ring is hardly surprising. Over the years M'membe has been active as any political animal in this country. He has remote controlled some politicians hiding under the banner of the now defunct Post Newspapers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Cottco Seeks Monopoly

[The Herald] The Cotton Company of Zimbabwe has called on Government to reinstate its monopoly on cotton marketing in order to ensure its viability and combat side marketing of the produce. In an interview recently, Cottco managing director Mr Pious Ma…

[The Herald] The Cotton Company of Zimbabwe has called on Government to reinstate its monopoly on cotton marketing in order to ensure its viability and combat side marketing of the produce. In an interview recently, Cottco managing director Mr Pious Manamike said the liberalisation of the market has seen several companies surfacing during cotton marketing to buy the product to contracted farmers using higher producer price as a bait.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Nigerian Gospel Singer To Grace Concert At Blessing Centre

Nigerian gospel artiste Ada Ehi popularly known as Ada will be in Zambia to grace a gospel concert at Blessing Center in Lusaka. Organisers believe this is one of the most anticipated gospel concerts set for April 7. Ada is … Continued

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Nigerian gospel artiste Ada Ehi popularly known as Ada will be in Zambia to grace a gospel concert at Blessing Center in Lusaka. Organisers believe this is one of the most anticipated gospel concerts set for April 7. Ada is credited for hits such as Only You Jesus, Testimony, Cheta, I Overcome which enjoy massive views on YouTube. Tickets are selling at Shoprite outlets around the country. Joining Ada is Zambia’s own Racheal and many other gospel artistes. The post Nigerian Gospel Singer To Grace Concert At Blessing Centre appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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‘Craft Laws to Protect Whistleblowers’

[The Herald] Government should urgently craft legislation to protect whistleblowers and individuals who testify against those fingered in graft cases, the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) has said. Speaking at an anti-corruption conference wh…

[The Herald] Government should urgently craft legislation to protect whistleblowers and individuals who testify against those fingered in graft cases, the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) has said. Speaking at an anti-corruption conference which was held in Victoria Falls last week, ZACC deputy chairperson Dr Nanette Silukhuni said there is need to put in place mechanisms to protect citizens who would have provided information on cases of corruption.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe