MCAs Sitting Allowances Rise to Sh113,000

[Nation] The average monthly sitting allowance paid to Members of the County Assembly (MCAs) increased to an average of Sh113, 336 in the year to June, with Garissa topping the list of high earners.

[Nation] The average monthly sitting allowance paid to Members of the County Assembly (MCAs) increased to an average of Sh113, 336 in the year to June, with Garissa topping the list of high earners.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Health Benefits From Eating Vegetables and Fruits

[Daily News] HOW frequently do you eat fruits and vegetables? Do you know what happens to your body if you don’t eat vegetables? These were interesting questions asked at Tasani village in South Unguja where a ‘vegetable day’ was organized.

[Daily News] HOW frequently do you eat fruits and vegetables? Do you know what happens to your body if you don't eat vegetables? These were interesting questions asked at Tasani village in South Unguja where a 'vegetable day' was organized.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Agreement Signed With Zimbabwe Railway Company

[AIM] Mozambique’s publicly owned port and rail company, CFM, has signed a “Service Level Agreement” with the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ), and the Zimbabwean ferrochrome producer ZIMASCO.

[AIM] Mozambique's publicly owned port and rail company, CFM, has signed a "Service Level Agreement" with the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ), and the Zimbabwean ferrochrome producer ZIMASCO.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Opposition Leader Simango Supports Nampula Interim Mayor

[AIM] The leader of the opposition Mozambique Democratic Movement (MDM), Daviz Simango, has given his support to the illegal measures taken by the interim mayor of the northern city of Nampula, Manuel Tocova.

[AIM] The leader of the opposition Mozambique Democratic Movement (MDM), Daviz Simango, has given his support to the illegal measures taken by the interim mayor of the northern city of Nampula, Manuel Tocova.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Huge Corruption Scheme Uncovered By Tax Authority

[AIM] The Tax Authority (AT) announced on 1 November that it has discovered schemes, driven by organised crime syndicates, that have, since 2013, syphoned off more than 180 million meticais that should have been paid in taxes (US$2.95 million at today’…

[AIM] The Tax Authority (AT) announced on 1 November that it has discovered schemes, driven by organised crime syndicates, that have, since 2013, syphoned off more than 180 million meticais that should have been paid in taxes (US$2.95 million at today's exchange rates, but worth much more in 2013).

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Veep Castigates PF Youths for Blocking Luampa MP from State Function

Vice President Inonge Wina lost her cool when Patriotic Front youth blocked Luampa UPND Luampa lawmaker Makozo Chikote from attending a government function she had invited him to. The youth blocked the lawmaker on grounds that they knew what he … Continued

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Vice President Inonge Wina lost her cool when Patriotic Front youth blocked Luampa UPND Luampa lawmaker Makozo Chikote from attending a government function she had invited him to. The youth blocked the lawmaker on grounds that they knew what he was going to say beforehand. Wina was in Luampa to commission the K20 million Luampa Grid Extension Project. Wina had invited Chikote to witness his constituency being connected to the national grid for the first time but PF youths blocked him. The Vice President promised to deal with the youth that had blocked the opposition lawmaker. “These are the things that divide us further as a country. I invited him here as the area MP so that we demonstrate that development knows no political affiliation,†she said. “We should learn to support each other especially when there are new people.†The post Veep Castigates PF Youths for Blocking Luampa MP from State Function appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

President Calls On Legal System to Fight Corruption

[AIM] President Filipe Nyusi on 6 November demanded of the bodies of the administration of justice that they carry out to the full their responsibility to detect and to punish, in exemplary fashion, corrupt officials.

[AIM] President Filipe Nyusi on 6 November demanded of the bodies of the administration of justice that they carry out to the full their responsibility to detect and to punish, in exemplary fashion, corrupt officials.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique