Kazala Dishing Out Millions To Attract FIFA Ban

Disgraced Chingola thief Richard Kazala is currently dishing out millions of kwacha to FAZ coucillors who are arring in Lusaka to attend tomorrow’s Annual General Meeting at which a new constitution is expected to be enacted. Kazala, who is suspended … Continued

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Disgraced Chingola thief Richard Kazala is currently dishing out millions of kwacha to FAZ coucillors who are arring in Lusaka to attend tomorrow’s Annual General Meeting at which a new constitution is expected to be enacted. Kazala, who is suspended for stealing K150, 000 from ticket sales, has instructed Councillors to reject the draft constitution because in his wisdom FAZ had no funds to implement its recommendations. The former lawmaker who was suspended alongside committee member Blackwell Siwale has issue for expulsion also expected to come up for discussion tomorrow. Kazala and his team have coined the slogan Save KS and reject statutes ahead of the AGM. The former sports deputy minister has also funded the impeachment of FAZ president Andrew Kamanga. “There is serious cash flying around. These people mean business and they are not sleeping. Right now they are diverting people from lodges so that they can strategize,” a source tells Zambia Reports. “For example, councillors from Northern Province are being diverted from going to Ndeke Hotel to Heroes Lodge near Mandevu. This corruption by Mr Kazala should be stopped.” Zambia risks being banned from all international engagements in football if councillors fail to pass the constitution tomorrow as being advocated by Kazala. The post Kazala Dishing Out Millions To Attract FIFA Ban appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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How a Special Tax Could Protect From Systemic Risk

[The Conversation Africa] Is South Africa safe from systemic risk in its financial system? Systemic risk can lead to the collapse of financial markets as happened in the 2008/09 global financial crisis. In a new study Qobolwakhe Dube and Co-Pierre Geor…

[The Conversation Africa] Is South Africa safe from systemic risk in its financial system? Systemic risk can lead to the collapse of financial markets as happened in the 2008/09 global financial crisis. In a new study Qobolwakhe Dube and Co-Pierre Georg provide new insights into the extent of risk the country's financial system faces. The Conversation Africa's Business and Economy Editor Sibonelo Radebe quizzed them about their findings.

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Kenya Needs to Up Its Game to Get TB Under Control

[The Conversation Africa] Tuberculosis is a global health threat. Newer tools to test for the disease are already in use, changing the landscape to ensure the disease is caught earlier and that treatment begins promptly. The Conversation Africa’s Healt…

[The Conversation Africa] Tuberculosis is a global health threat. Newer tools to test for the disease are already in use, changing the landscape to ensure the disease is caught earlier and that treatment begins promptly. The Conversation Africa's Health and Medicine Editor Joy Wanja Muraya spoke to Prof Gunturu Revathi on what's holding Kenya back in its efforts to manage the disease.

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High Density Operation Yield Success in Pixley Ka Seme Cluster

[SAPS] Colesberg -High Density Operations continue to yield more positive results. A 35-year-old man found himself on the negative side of the law, after being found in possession of 15 kg of compressed dagga, with an estimated street value of R15 000….

[SAPS] Colesberg -High Density Operations continue to yield more positive results. A 35-year-old man found himself on the negative side of the law, after being found in possession of 15 kg of compressed dagga, with an estimated street value of R15 000.The suspect was arrested yesterday ( Wednesday, 22 March 2017) at a road block on N1 High Way near Colesberg. He hitched hiked from Bloemfontein en route to Worcester, carrying two bags containing compressed dagga. He was arrested after the vehicle which he was travelling in w

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Police On Arrest of Sassa Officials

[SA Govt] Members of the Hawks in Mpumalanga, SASSA and Crime Intelligence officers have arrested eight officials from South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) for fraud and corruption on Thursday, 23 March 2017.

[SA Govt] Members of the Hawks in Mpumalanga, SASSA and Crime Intelligence officers have arrested eight officials from South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) for fraud and corruption on Thursday, 23 March 2017.

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Industry Must Help to Shape Higher Education

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says industry must partner with stakeholders in the post-school education sector to help mould the educational outcomes that will give the country the skills it needs to grow the economy.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says industry must partner with stakeholders in the post-school education sector to help mould the educational outcomes that will give the country the skills it needs to grow the economy.

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Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa Delivers Keynote Address At National Skills Conference, 24 Mar

[SA Govt] Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will, in his capacity as Chairperson of the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC), address the National Skills Conference at the St George Hotel, Irene, Centurion, on Friday 24 March 2017.

[SA Govt] Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will, in his capacity as Chairperson of the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC), address the National Skills Conference at the St George Hotel, Irene, Centurion, on Friday 24 March 2017.

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K9 Dog Unit Members Arrested Two Suspects and Seized Crayfish in Gordon’s Bay

[SAPS] Early this morning, Thursday 23 March, members from the Cape Town K9 Unit responded to information of a vehicle allegedly transporting illegal marine resources from Hermanus to Cape Town and conducted observation in the vicinity of Gordon’s Bay.

[SAPS] Early this morning, Thursday 23 March, members from the Cape Town K9 Unit responded to information of a vehicle allegedly transporting illegal marine resources from Hermanus to Cape Town and conducted observation in the vicinity of Gordon's Bay.

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Police Task Team Arrests Seven Suspects in Connection With Taxi Violence Incidents

[SAPS] A police task team arrested seven men aged between 29 – 70 years in Port St Johns and Libode today. Three motor vehicles, a 303 Rifle with 25 rounds of ammunition, a homemade gun, bush knives, pangas, sharp instruments and a licenced pistol were…

[SAPS] A police task team arrested seven men aged between 29 - 70 years in Port St Johns and Libode today. Three motor vehicles, a 303 Rifle with 25 rounds of ammunition, a homemade gun, bush knives, pangas, sharp instruments and a licenced pistol were confiscated.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Energy On Handover of Green Technologies in Vryburg

[SA Govt] Greening Technologies handover to Tygerkloof Combined School, switch-on of Naledi Substation and visit to Smart Grid Intervention Project in the Naledi Local Municipality

[SA Govt] Greening Technologies handover to Tygerkloof Combined School, switch-on of Naledi Substation and visit to Smart Grid Intervention Project in the Naledi Local Municipality

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