Acie Lumumba, State Discord Continues

[The Herald] Former Zanu-PF activist William Mutumanje, popularly known as Acie Lumumba, yesterday refused to reinstate his application at the Constitutional Court on charges of insulting President Mugabe.

[The Herald] Former Zanu-PF activist William Mutumanje, popularly known as Acie Lumumba, yesterday refused to reinstate his application at the Constitutional Court on charges of insulting President Mugabe.

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Don’t Pay Bribes to Zimra – Kuzvinzwa

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says it desperately needs partnership with other stakeholders to fight rampant smuggling and corruption at the ports of entry and along the country’s borders, an official said.

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says it desperately needs partnership with other stakeholders to fight rampant smuggling and corruption at the ports of entry and along the country's borders, an official said.

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Supreme Court Starts Grilling Woyome

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The Supreme Court, presided over by Justice Anthony A. Benin, has asked counsel for an Accra based businessman, Alfred Woyome to furnish the court with the House number and the location of the house where his client is staying.

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The Supreme Court, presided over by Justice Anthony A. Benin, has asked counsel for an Accra based businessman, Alfred Woyome to furnish the court with the House number and the location of the house where his client is staying.

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NSS Personnel Advised to Remain Calm

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The Executive Director of National Service Scheme (NSS), Mustapha Ussif has advised all service personnel not to rush to the registration centres, as the Secretariat is using a whole month for the registration process of all person…

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The Executive Director of National Service Scheme (NSS), Mustapha Ussif has advised all service personnel not to rush to the registration centres, as the Secretariat is using a whole month for the registration process of all personnel.

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EC War Escalates As Amadu Joins Fray

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The drama at the Electoral Commission (EC) has taken a new twist, with the Deputy Chair in charge of Operations, Mr Amadu Sulley threatening to sue his boss, Mrs Charlotte Osei for

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The drama at the Electoral Commission (EC) has taken a new twist, with the Deputy Chair in charge of Operations, Mr Amadu Sulley threatening to sue his boss, Mrs Charlotte Osei for

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Donkor Seeks Refuge in Parliament

[Ghanaian Chronicle] Member of Parliament (MP) for Pru East, Dr. Kwabena Donkor, says he will petition the Speaker of Parliament for his privilege to be upheld, following the invasion of his residence by officers of the Criminal Investigations Departme…

[Ghanaian Chronicle] Member of Parliament (MP) for Pru East, Dr. Kwabena Donkor, says he will petition the Speaker of Parliament for his privilege to be upheld, following the invasion of his residence by officers of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service.

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Instant Mob Action!!!

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The impact was massive. The nation was gripped with grief and distress. For most people, it was a good practice gone horribly wrong. We always do it once you are responsible for hijacking that fowl from the coop. Was it surprising …

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The impact was massive. The nation was gripped with grief and distress. For most people, it was a good practice gone horribly wrong. We always do it once you are responsible for hijacking that fowl from the coop. Was it surprising we were all taken aback? A great yes! Tradition they say, should never surprise the perpetrators, so why the outcry?

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BoG Reduces Policy Rate to 21 Percent

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The Monetary Policy Committee has reduced the policy rate by 150 basis points to 21 per cent from 22.5 per cent, citing lower risk to inflation and growth.

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The Monetary Policy Committee has reduced the policy rate by 150 basis points to 21 per cent from 22.5 per cent, citing lower risk to inflation and growth.

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Kwaku Kwarteng Inaugurates NLA Board

[Ghanaian Chronicle] Mr Kwaku Kwarteng, the Deputy Minister of Finance, has sworn in a seven-member board for the National Lottery Authority (NLA), with a call on members to help revolutionise the Lottery Industry in the country and to increase revenue…

[Ghanaian Chronicle] Mr Kwaku Kwarteng, the Deputy Minister of Finance, has sworn in a seven-member board for the National Lottery Authority (NLA), with a call on members to help revolutionise the Lottery Industry in the country and to increase revenue generation streams.

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