Zim Govt introduces lifestyle audit for public office holders

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THE Government has introduced lifestyle audits for all public office holders, among them Cabinet Ministers, to determine if their lifestyles are consistent with their levels of income. A lifestyle audit involves the verification of a person’s personal expenditure patterns to determine if his or her income is consistent with the individual’s sources of income that include a salary. Presenting the 2018 National Budget Statement on Thursday, Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa, said lifestyle audits for top ranking Government officials are one of the strategies to curb corruption among…

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Actress Funke Adesiyan Digs Up Photo Of Lady Who Slammed Her Boobs Showing Outfit To Saraki’s Daughter’s Wedding

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Nollywood actress, Funke Adesiyan, who has been called out over her boobs showing outfit to Senate President, Bukola Saraki’s daughter’s wedding, has made one of her trolls a scape goat. Funke Adesiyan The actress who dug up a photo of the Instagram user, @l.a.r.d.i.v.a, slammed her for being a hypocrite by calling her a hoe over her outfit, while she’s guilty of such. Funke also slammed the lady over her saggy boobs at a young age. Funke wrote; “Normally I wouldn’t do this but I have time today. This lady…

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2 Pastors Arrested For Ritual Killing In Nigeria

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A gang of ritual killers which includes 2 Lord’s Chosen Pastors were busted by Nkwerre Vigilantee Network, over the abduction of a 12-year-old girl. Lord’s Chosen Pastors Facebook user Marcel Ezenwe who shared the story, said one of the Chosen Pastors was arrested while ministering in church. Here’s what he wrote; Members of the Imo State Rapid Response Squad Command ably led by the Imo State Commander have arrested a six man gang who specialize in the sale of human parts for rituals and transplants. The gang was busted by…

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“Disabled Doesnt Mean Unable, I Am Blessed” – Beautiful Lady Drops A Heartfelt Inspiring Post As She Celebrates 17th Year Of Being Paralyzed

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A beautiful lady and Instagram user, Alexis, dropped a heartfelt message as she marked her 17th year of being paralyzed after getting involved in a car accident. According to Alexis, these 17 years have been life changing and she has learnt to face her adversity everyday with a smile on my face. Here’s her inspiring post; “Today is special to me.. it’s an anniversary and rebirth all in one… Today makes 17 years since I was in a car accident that resulted in me being paralyzed. These years have been…

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African slaves cut open for their kidneys in Libya’s burgeoning organ trafficking market

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An undercover operation exposed Libya’s slave market where desperate immigrants are sold as manual labourers. [Update: This story has been updated to reflect the latest development.] The investigation into Libya’s seedy underbelly, where men and women are sold off to the highest bidder, has earned international condemnation, with demands for a swift investigation into the human rights atrocity. Now, a Ghanaian lawyer claims trafficking in the country is being used to facilitate the illegal sale of human organs and encourage a lucrative “red market”. In an interview with TV3’s New…

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Zimbabwe Government Gives Evicted White Farmers Back Their Land

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A white commercial maize and tobacco farmer who was evicted from Makoni district in June this year to make way for Bishop Trevor Manhanga is set to resume production after the decision was reversed by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s new administration. Robert Smart and his son Darryn were reportedly evicted from Lesbury Estate by Chimene to pave way for Bishop Manhanga who had close connections with then President Robert Mugabe. Speaking at the Zanu PF Provincial Coordination Committee meeting, recently, Environment minister Oppah Muchinguri said Chimene was strategically appointed by Grace…

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Jonathan Moyo, Kasukuwere accounts frozen

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Government has frozen bank accounts of former Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Decelopment Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo and former Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister Mr Saviour Kasukuwere pending investigations in their business activities. The two were identified as members of the G40 cabal that had surrounded former President, Cde Robert Mugabe, taking advantage of his advanced age to engage in criminal activities. The duo also skipped the country’s borders when the Zimbabwe Defence Forces launched Operation Restore Legacy and their whereabouts are still unknown. Home…

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Zim : “Measures being taken to address cash shortages’

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FINANCE and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said Government is working on a raft of measures aimed at improving the availability of cash in the country’s banking system. Presenting the 2018 National Budget Statement in Parliament yesterday, Minister Chinamasa said measures were in place to restore confidence in the financial sector by introducing a variety of measures aimed at addressing the biting cash shortages. “Government proposes to restore public confidence in the financial sector by implementing the following measures in order to promote domestic service. We need to improve…

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Alleged triggerman in Dumi Masilela murder let off the hook

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The alleged triggerman in the botched hijacking of Rhythm City actor Dumi Masilela is off the hook for now. Despite there being an alleged confession from one of Khumbudzo Solomon Mukhuba’s co-accused‚ the Director of Public Prosecutions has decided to provisionally withdraw the charges against him‚ saying it did not have enough evidence to pursue a case against him. In a lengthy confession‚ parts of which were read out in court several weeks ago‚ Sifundo Nkosi had alleged that Mukhubu‚ whom they had referred to as Solly‚ had ordered him…

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Soldiers to be deployed to Beitbridge Border Post to eradicate criminal activities

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THE Government will soon deploy soldiers to Beitbridge Border Post to help eradicate criminal activities during the festive season cross-border movement. During peak periods such as the festive period, criminals usually take advantage of congestion at the country’s busiest inland port of entry to con unsuspecting travellers of their money. They target mainly tourists and foreigners not familiar with customs and immigration formalities. Presenting his 2018 National Budget Statement yesterday, Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa said in light of chaos resulting from congestion at Beitbridge Border Post, the…

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