Govt Bemoans Central Vehicle Registry’s Outdated Equipment

[The Herald] The Central Vehicle Registry (VID) is using antiquated equipment donated in 1983 for metal licence disc production resulting in a huge backlog at the organisation. Director responsible for transport in the Ministry of Transport and Infrast…

[The Herald] The Central Vehicle Registry (VID) is using antiquated equipment donated in 1983 for metal licence disc production resulting in a huge backlog at the organisation. Director responsible for transport in the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development Mr Allowance Sango said this when he appeared before the Portfolio Committee on Transport and Infrastructure Development.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Khaudum Gets 42 Staff Houses and Other Facilities

[New Era] Khaudum -Minister of Environment and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta, last Thursday inaugurated new facilities in Khaudum National Park, which include a new park management station, tourist receptions with workshops and 42 staff houses.

[New Era] Khaudum -Minister of Environment and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta, last Thursday inaugurated new facilities in Khaudum National Park, which include a new park management station, tourist receptions with workshops and 42 staff houses.

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Call to House Vendors in Unoccupied Buildings

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Informal Traders Council (ZITC) is appealing to local authorities to accommodate vendors in unoccupied buildings within the Central Business District as a way to curb the vendor menace. ZITC is a grouping of 15 vendor associat…

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Informal Traders Council (ZITC) is appealing to local authorities to accommodate vendors in unoccupied buildings within the Central Business District as a way to curb the vendor menace. ZITC is a grouping of 15 vendor associations that ostensibly lobbies for best business practices, workspace, funding, training and social security. The organisation's project manager, Ms Agnes Magunje, yesterday said there was need to move vendors registered with council to some unoccupied buildings within the

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How a Bank Linked to President Enabled Hezbollah Bust U.S. Sanctions

[Atlantic Council] The same banks used by kleptocratic governments to divert state assets can also be used by terrorist financing networks. This is what has taken place at one prominent bank in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Individuals an…

[Atlantic Council] The same banks used by kleptocratic governments to divert state assets can also be used by terrorist financing networks. This is what has taken place at one prominent bank in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Individuals and entities subject to U.S. sanctions, in connection with Hezbollah, used the bank to move money through the international banking system, despite several warnings from bank employees that doing so could violate U.S. sanctions. This was not just any bank. BGFIBank DRC, the insti

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Rain Causes Damages in Mbanza Kongo

[ANGOP] Mbanza Kongo -The rain that fell on Sunday in Mbanza Kongo, Zaire province, caused damage to some of the roads recently rehabilitated in this city, especially in the section that gives access to the 11 de Novembro neighborhood.

[ANGOP] Mbanza Kongo -The rain that fell on Sunday in Mbanza Kongo, Zaire province, caused damage to some of the roads recently rehabilitated in this city, especially in the section that gives access to the 11 de Novembro neighborhood.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Equity Posts 3% Drop in Net Profit

[Nation] Equity Bank is looking to transactions income and regional subsidiaries to grow its earnings as the cap on cost of loans and a charged political environment cut its interest income and shaved its profit for the nine months to September.

[Nation] Equity Bank is looking to transactions income and regional subsidiaries to grow its earnings as the cap on cost of loans and a charged political environment cut its interest income and shaved its profit for the nine months to September.

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Highly-Rated Teenage Midfielder Benyu to join Warriors

[The Herald] The first batch of the British Brigade, led by highly-rated teenage midfielder Kundai Benyu who plays for Scottish champions Celtic, is finally coming home to represent their motherland in international football. A number of them have been…

[The Herald] The first batch of the British Brigade, led by highly-rated teenage midfielder Kundai Benyu who plays for Scottish champions Celtic, is finally coming home to represent their motherland in international football. A number of them have been named in the Warriors squad for matches against Lesotho and Namibia next month. The Warriors will take on Lesotho in an international friendly in Maseru on November 8 and then travel to Windhoek for a date against Namibia's Brave Warriors in the Dr Hage Geingob Cup three

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Election Results ‘Based on Verified Physical Forms’

[Nation] The results declared by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission at the Bomas of Kenya on Monday were based on verified physical forms filled by election officials at the polling stations and constituency tallying centres.

[Nation] The results declared by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission at the Bomas of Kenya on Monday were based on verified physical forms filled by election officials at the polling stations and constituency tallying centres.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Credible Poll Drives Economic Growth

[Nation] The country is deeply split along two major political formations, the Jubilee Party and the National Super Alliance (Nasa), which continue to do battle on the national electoral front, with serious ramifications for the citizens.

[Nation] The country is deeply split along two major political formations, the Jubilee Party and the National Super Alliance (Nasa), which continue to do battle on the national electoral front, with serious ramifications for the citizens.

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Adopt New Excise Duty Regime – Beverages Manufacturer

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s largest beverages manufacturer Delta Corporation has proposed that Government adopts a new excise duty regime on alcoholic beverages premised on absolute alcohol content as opposed to the type of alcoholic beverage, ahead of the…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's largest beverages manufacturer Delta Corporation has proposed that Government adopts a new excise duty regime on alcoholic beverages premised on absolute alcohol content as opposed to the type of alcoholic beverage, ahead of the 2018 National Budget In its 2018 National Budget Submission to the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development seen by The Herald Business, Delta said the move is expected to allow the company to reduce retail prices to competitive levels, rejuvenate volumes which are n

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