Alleged N30 Trillion Revenue Leakage – Senate Quizzes 60 Firms

[Premium Times] The Senate Joint Committee on Customs and Marine Transport investigating alleged N30 trillion revenue leakage in the import and export chain on Tuesday began quizzing companies involved in the processes.

[Premium Times] The Senate Joint Committee on Customs and Marine Transport investigating alleged N30 trillion revenue leakage in the import and export chain on Tuesday began quizzing companies involved in the processes.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Companies Turn to Illegal Dealers for Forex

[The Herald] The ongoing cash shortages in the economy have forced several manufacturing companies to seek foreign currency from illegal dealers popularly known as “osiphatheleni” so as to procure raw materials.

[The Herald] The ongoing cash shortages in the economy have forced several manufacturing companies to seek foreign currency from illegal dealers popularly known as "osiphatheleni" so as to procure raw materials.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Foundation to Empower Civil Society Organizations

[Nyasa Times] In a bid to promote strength and impact of civil society organizations in Malawi, Segal Family Foundation (SFF) has awarded a grant of $5000 to a Lilongwe based non-governmental organization.

[Nyasa Times] In a bid to promote strength and impact of civil society organizations in Malawi, Segal Family Foundation (SFF) has awarded a grant of $5000 to a Lilongwe based non-governmental organization.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Itigi Grapples With Public Servants Shortage

[Citizen] The Itigi District Council in Singida Region is grappling with a shortage of 1,306 public servants of different professions, which is equivalent to 64 per cent of the actual demand for 2,031 staff.

[Citizen] The Itigi District Council in Singida Region is grappling with a shortage of 1,306 public servants of different professions, which is equivalent to 64 per cent of the actual demand for 2,031 staff.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Uproar Greets New Study On Antibiotics

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A review by British researchers urging doctors to stop telling their patients to finish an entire course of antibiotics, has been received with caution and uproar by some public health stakeholders in Tanzania and beyond.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A review by British researchers urging doctors to stop telling their patients to finish an entire course of antibiotics, has been received with caution and uproar by some public health stakeholders in Tanzania and beyond.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Technology – Maxmalipo Transforms to Cope With New Changes

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Electronic solutions service provider, Maxmalipo, has insisted that it supports the government resolve on ensuring tax compliance by the citizens and private, public institutions.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Electronic solutions service provider, Maxmalipo, has insisted that it supports the government resolve on ensuring tax compliance by the citizens and private, public institutions.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Professionals Blamed for Tanzania Woes

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Former Controller and Auditor General (CAG) Mr Ludovick Utouh says the fourth-phase government’s Achilles heel was failure to act on recommendations from oversight institutions.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Former Controller and Auditor General (CAG) Mr Ludovick Utouh says the fourth-phase government's Achilles heel was failure to act on recommendations from oversight institutions.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Matabeleland South Gears to Host President Mugabe

[The Herald] The Matabeleland South Zanu-PF provincial Youth League yesterday officially launched its mobilising teams in the seven districts to prepare for the 6th Presidential Youth Interface Rally scheduled for Gwanda later this month. President Mug…

[The Herald] The Matabeleland South Zanu-PF provincial Youth League yesterday officially launched its mobilising teams in the seven districts to prepare for the 6th Presidential Youth Interface Rally scheduled for Gwanda later this month. President Mugabe is on a tour of the country's 10 provinces to meet youths and is expected to address youths at Phelandaba Stadium in Gwanda.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe