Custodians Returning Revolution to Source

[The Herald] Events of the past few days can be described as most unusual for Zimbabwe. That is because the military does not readily interfere in civilian political affairs. Yet this week they had to break with this long tradition, in the words of the…

[The Herald] Events of the past few days can be described as most unusual for Zimbabwe. That is because the military does not readily interfere in civilian political affairs. Yet this week they had to break with this long tradition, in the words of the Commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, because of "instability in Zanu-PF" which was causing a lot of anxiety in the population. He said the problems in the revolutionary party were "a direct result of the machinations of counter-revolutionaries who have infiltrated t

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mugabe’s Fall Was Always Going to Be From Within or By Divine Intervention

[News24Wire] While covering the 2008 Zimbabwean elections, a friend asked – “how expensive is a litre of petrol and a pack of matches? Can we see our neighbours burn something to show their anger and frustration?”

[News24Wire] While covering the 2008 Zimbabwean elections, a friend asked - "how expensive is a litre of petrol and a pack of matches? Can we see our neighbours burn something to show their anger and frustration?"

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Private Prosecution of Person in Zuma’s Inner Circle on Cards

[News24Wire] The “Bulldog”, former prosecutor Advocate Gerrie Nel, will now sink his teeth into an unnamed person in President Jacob Zuma’s inner circle for private prosecution.

[News24Wire] The "Bulldog", former prosecutor Advocate Gerrie Nel, will now sink his teeth into an unnamed person in President Jacob Zuma's inner circle for private prosecution.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

#ParadisePapers – Inside the Complex Offshore World of Arik Air Founder

[Premium Times] Joseph Arumemi-Ikhide, the founder of Nigeria’s biggest commercial airline, Arik Air, is perhaps the country’s most prolific user of offshore entities. Mr Arumemi-Ikhide, alongside his wife, Mary, owns and maintains an intricate network…

[Premium Times] Joseph Arumemi-Ikhide, the founder of Nigeria's biggest commercial airline, Arik Air, is perhaps the country's most prolific user of offshore entities. Mr Arumemi-Ikhide, alongside his wife, Mary, owns and maintains an intricate network of shell companies scattered across notorious tax havens, PREMIUM TIMES can report.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Large Corporates Win Big in Financial Reporting Awards

[Monitor] Kampala -Good corporate governance, high technical skills of staff and transparency have helped large corporations in the country to win many awards in different categories in financial reporting.

[Monitor] Kampala -Good corporate governance, high technical skills of staff and transparency have helped large corporations in the country to win many awards in different categories in financial reporting.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda