Govt Prioritises Electoral, Human Rights Laws Alignment

[The Herald] A senior Government official yesterday said priority is being given to aligning electoral and human rights laws to the Constitution ahead of next year’s polls. Speaking after a constitutional lecture at Ntabazinduna Prisons Training School…

[The Herald] A senior Government official yesterday said priority is being given to aligning electoral and human rights laws to the Constitution ahead of next year's polls. Speaking after a constitutional lecture at Ntabazinduna Prisons Training School, permanent secretary in the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mrs Virginia Mabhiza said it was impossible to align all the country's laws to the Constitution by election time, hence they were prioritising those to do with elections and human rights.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mutare City Council to Procure Utility Vehicles, Plant and Equipment

[The Herald] Mutare City Council has resolved to procure six utility vehicles and plant equipment worth over $700 000. This is meant to improve service delivery by collecting garbage on time, while the other equipment is for road maintenance.

[The Herald] Mutare City Council has resolved to procure six utility vehicles and plant equipment worth over $700 000. This is meant to improve service delivery by collecting garbage on time, while the other equipment is for road maintenance.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Budget Deficit Unlikely This Year – Finance Minister Chinamasa

[New Zimbabwe] Budget deficit is unlikely this year after Zimbabwe recorded tax revenue performance 1, 4 percent above estimates during the first half of the year 2017, Finance minister, Patrick Chinamasa, has said.

[New Zimbabwe] Budget deficit is unlikely this year after Zimbabwe recorded tax revenue performance 1, 4 percent above estimates during the first half of the year 2017, Finance minister, Patrick Chinamasa, has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Court Delivers Judgement in Voter Identification, Result Transmission Case

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The High Court will Friday decide whether IEBC should be compelled to exclusively use the electronic system to verify voters and transmit results on August 8.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The High Court will Friday decide whether IEBC should be compelled to exclusively use the electronic system to verify voters and transmit results on August 8.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Is Struggling Mutasa Begging Mugabe for Forgiveness?

[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) spokesperson Kudakwashe Bhasikiti has piled more misery on erstwhile comrade Didymus Mutasa who has reportedly been canvassing for a return to Zanu PF which ditched him and others in 2014 on alleged treachery.

[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) spokesperson Kudakwashe Bhasikiti has piled more misery on erstwhile comrade Didymus Mutasa who has reportedly been canvassing for a return to Zanu PF which ditched him and others in 2014 on alleged treachery.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Amaechi’s God Complex

[This Day] I have said it repeatedly that Nigeria will NOT make progress as long as we continue to elevate visionless people, viz. plunderers, profiteers, gangsters with their manifest tendencies into positions of authority and leadership. Unfortunatel…

[This Day] I have said it repeatedly that Nigeria will NOT make progress as long as we continue to elevate visionless people, viz. plunderers, profiteers, gangsters with their manifest tendencies into positions of authority and leadership. Unfortunately, we idolise these good-for-nothing leaders as gods; people who are totally bereft of progressive ideas and lack the wherewithal to lift society up the scale of human progress and whose only claim to power is their manifest lack of qualification for public office. They

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

$793.2 Million TSA Funds – Skye Bank Confirms Holding $41 Million

[Premium Times] The management of Skye Bank on Friday confirmed holding about $41 million (about N12. 9billion) belonging to the Nigerian Investments Management Services, NAPIMS, allegedly kept away from the Treasury Single Account, TSA account domicil…

[Premium Times] The management of Skye Bank on Friday confirmed holding about $41 million (about N12. 9billion) belonging to the Nigerian Investments Management Services, NAPIMS, allegedly kept away from the Treasury Single Account, TSA account domiciled with the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Home Business Bridge Launches a Global Education Campaign

[This Day] Bridge International Academies has launched the public awareness initiative to draw attention to the need for high-quality affordable education options for the underprivileged children worldwide.

[This Day] Bridge International Academies has launched the public awareness initiative to draw attention to the need for high-quality affordable education options for the underprivileged children worldwide.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria