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Tanzania Government Bans Use of Cash in Payment of Fines

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By The Citizen ReporterDodoma — The government has banned the use of cash in settling fines. Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism Mary Maganga said all payments from the file should be made through the official payment system including the issuance of EFDs receipts. The Deputy Minister made the …

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South Africa: Marijuana Farm License Body’s Board Are Constitution Delinquents – Black Farmers Association

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INTERVIEWBy Jerry ChifambaCape Town — On April 22, the Black Farmers Association of South Africa (BFASA) is protesting against the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA)’s role in the monopolization of the Cannabis Industry. This is not the first time the organisation has protested against the health regulatory body. …

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South Africa: More Artisans to Be Trained By Water Dept

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A partnership between South Africa and Japan will see the Department of Water and Sanitation train artisans to deal with water losses in communities. Water and Sanitation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu and the Ambassador of Japan, Norio Maruyama, are on Monday, 22 March, expected to officially hand over a multimillion rand …

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South Africa: Eskom Cancels Load Shedding From Noon

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Due to some generation units returning to service, Eskom has announced the cancellation of load shedding with effect from midday. “Eskom is pleased to announce that load shedding will be cancelled from 12:00 today as some generation units have returned to service, helping to restore generating capacity to meet the …

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South Africa: MEC Makalo Mohale – Free State Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs Prov Budget Vote 2021/22

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PRESS RELEASE Department of Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs Honourable Speaker of the Free State Provincial Legislature The Honourable Premier Colleagues in EXCO and Legislature House of Traditional Leaders Heads of the Departments and Senior Managers in all spheres of government Officials of the Free State DESTEA, …

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Nigeria: ‘How Customs Tariff, VAT Waivers Will Help Airlines’

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By Chinedu Eze On January 28, 2021, when Air Peace received its first brand new aircraft from Embraer, the Chairman of the airline, Allen Onyema used the ceremony to let Nigerians know what the Buhari-administration did for the aviation industry. He told his audience about the waiver government gave the …

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South Africa: From Truth and Coffee to the Art of Chocolate

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ANALYSISBy Leah Van Deventer David Donde applies his experience in the coffee trade to create a new type of chocolate. “Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, the guy who wrote The Little Prince, said, ‘Perfection is achieved not when there’s nothing more to add, but when there’s nothing left to take away’.” This …

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Liberia: House Passes Resolution to Print Over L$48 Billions

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By Mark Neywon Mengonfia The House of Representatives has signed and forwarded to the Liberian Senate for concurrence a resolution authorizing the Central Bank of Liberia( CBL) to print new family of banknotes of over forty- eight billion Liberian dollars. According to the resolution which was read by Deputy House …

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Liberia: House Passes Resolution Authorizing CBL to Print New Banknote in the Tone of L$48.7 Billion

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By Gerald C. Koinyeneh Monrovia — Plenary of the House of Representatives has finally approved the Central Bank of Liberia’s request to print a new family of banknotes in the tone of L$48.7 billion to completely replace the ones that are currently in use within three years, beginning 2021. The …

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Egypt: CBE – Earnings of Banks Working in Egypt Exceed Egp 58 Bln By End of December 2020

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The paid-in capitals for the banks working in Egypt increased to nearly EGP 175 billion by the end of December 2020, the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) said on Thursday. Meantime, the earnings of the banks reached around EGP 58.9 billion, CBE said in a recent report on the financial …

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