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“No Justification For ED’s Foreign Travel”

By Precious Shumba| There is nothing as yet that justifies the numerous foreign travels in a private jet for President Emmerson Mnangagwa. I listened to him justifying the many travels claiming that that as the reason Zimbabwe is receiving foreign help.
 

Budget 2019 — the full speech

Data costs must fall! My fellow Minister will shortly be issuing policy direction to ICASA for the licensing of spectrum. I will work relentlessly with the Minister until this matter is resolved. This includes resourcing ICASA for this mandate. Government has allocated R19.

Military Warns Against ‘Illegal’ Charter Change Efforts - YANGON—Myanmar m

By The Irrawaddy 27 March 2019. YANGON—Myanmar military deputy chief Vice Senior General Soe Win warned that ongoing attempts to reform the Constitution must be constitutional to avoid “unnecessary political hardship and its spillover effects” in a speech to mark the nation’s 74th Armed Forces Day on Wednesday.

Contrasting of Varex Imaging Corporation (VREX) and RTI Surgical Inc. (NASDAQ:RTIX)

For the past year Varex Imaging Corporation’s stock price has smaller growth than RTI Surgical Inc. Summary. Varex Imaging Corporation beats on 10 of the 12 factors RTI Surgical Inc. Varex Imaging Corporation designs and manufactures medical X-ray tubes and image processing solutions.

Reviewing NetSol Technologies Inc. (NTWK)’s and Five9 Inc. (NASDAQ:FIVN)’s results

For the past year NetSol Technologies Inc. has stronger performance than Five9 Inc. Summary. NetSol Technologies Inc. beats on 7 of the 11 factors Five9 Inc. NetSol Technologies, Inc. designs, develops, markets, and exports software products to the automobile financing and leasing, banking, and financial services industries worldwide.

At least 7 killed in China's latest industrial accident

BEIJING (AP) — At least seven people were killed and five injured Sunday when a container containing scrap metal exploded in the latest in a series of industrial accidents in eastern China. The early morning blast in the city of Kunshan in Jiangsu province caused a fire that spread to a nearby workshop, the city government said on its microblog.

At least 7 killed in China's latest industrial accident

BEIJING (AP) — At least seven people were killed and five injured Sunday when a container containing scrap metal exploded in the latest in a series of industrial accidents in eastern China. The early morning blast in the city of Kunshan in Jiangsu province caused a fire that spread to a nearby workshop, the city government said on its microblog.

Oklahoma opioid settlement may help reframe views on addiction

A $270 million settlement between the state and a major pharmaceutical company will provide a massive funding boost for drug addiction research and treatment at a time when opioid abuse has become a national epidemic and ravaged many Oklahoma communities.

Victorian mystery series gets second of three planned prequels

"The Vanishing Man" by Charles Finch (Minotaur Books, 288 pages, in stores) How does the world's first consulting detective get his start? I'm not talking about Sherlock Holmes here, but rather Charles Lenox, a character created by author Charles Finch in his critically acclaimed 2007 novel, "A Beautiful Blue Death.

At least 7 killed in China’s latest industrial accident

At least seven people were killed and five injured Sunday when a container containing scrap metal exploded in the latest in a series of industrial accidents in eastern China. The early morning blast in the city of Kunshan in Jiangsu province caused a fire that spread to a nearby workshop, the city government said on its microblog.

At least 7 killed in China’s latest industrial accident

At least seven people were killed and five injured Sunday when a container containing scrap metal exploded in the latest in a series of industrial accidents in eastern China. The early morning blast in the city of Kunshan in Jiangsu province caused a fire that spread to a nearby workshop, the city government said on its microblog.

Three companies awarded international certification

AS Guyana prepares for the economic boom from oil and gas, more companies are requesting technical assistance and training from the Guyana National Bureau of Standards (GNBS), the agency’s Public Relations Officer (PRO) Lloyd David said. Noting more of these local companies, across the various....

What are your UK pension options in Malta today?

Pensions are often the key to long-term financial security, so it is crucial to take extreme care when deciding what to do here. Expatriates have the added complication of factoring in the tax rules of two countries, as well as the potential for Brexit to limit the range of opportunities.

Ariic arrives in Malta

Auto Sales Ltd Kind’s has announced the arrival of its new brand Ariic. Ariic is an established scooter manufacturer and one of the first to launch a series of simple, stylish scooters to meet market demands. Over the past decade, Ariic has been committed to redefine the low-displacement, two-wheeled transportation.

Careers within the disability sector

Considering we spend a considerable amount of time at our jobs, we should certainly ensure that such time is spent in a meaningful and creative way. If one is looking for a career that offers many challenges, a career in the disability field is an ideal choice.

Brutal question: ‘Isn’t that desperate?’

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has been challenged over the government's plan to give $285 million in handouts to Aussies struggling to pay power bills. The government announced this morning it would provide one-off payments to 3.9 million Australians - $75 for singles and $125 for couples - to help cope with skyrocketing electricity prices.

Japan being cautious in steps for new era nameI#Asia News Network

(The Japan News/ANN) The government has instituted procedures to decide and announce the new era name “in a more careful manner” than those that were taken when the era name changed from Showa to Heisei 30 years ago, so that the new name can be accepted by the people without trouble.

B/Haram: Troops kill 5 insurgents, arrest 3

Troops of the Multi-National Joint Task Force (MNJTF) have killed five Boko Haram militants, arrested three; and destroyed a vehicle supplying the insurgents petrol and other equipment in northern part of Borno State. The troops had also received three surrendered Boko Haram sect members.

Abronye DC Dossier

19 hours ago. The Brong Ahafo Regional First Vice Chairman of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwame Baffoe, popularly kno ... Mar 29, 2019. The Office of Former President John Dramani Mahama has noted another false news in which President Akufo Addo rsq ... Mar 28, 2019.

Letter: Let's not forget

Back in 2007, when U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) had the opportunity to allow Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices for 43 million Americans, he voted to block Medicare from negotiating drug prices. Yes. And, that’s exactly why Americans are in the fix we are today. Yet, here’s what he says in recent op-eds: On Feb.

No-one can condone choices made by suspected Irish Isis bride Varadkar

Mr Varadkar said Ms Smith is mother to a two-year-old child who is an Irish citizen. The 37-year-old, originally from Co Louth, is being held in a camp in Syria. She was a member of the Irish Defence Forces before she converted to Islam and emigrated to Syria a number of years ago.

Restaurant is destroyed in Coleraine after retail park fire

The alarm was raised shortly after 10pm on Sunday about a blaze at a building in the Riverside Regional Centre, Coleraine. Crews from the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service battled the flames in the Indus Valley Restaurant and to prevent them spreading to adjacent premises.

ATM raiders will end up killing somebody, warns DUP's Foster

Lives could be lost if ATM raiders - who use diggers to steal cash machines before setting them on fire - are allowed to continue, DUP leader Arlene Foster has said. Police insist catching the criminals behind a series of "reckless and brazen" raids on cash machines across Northern Ireland is "a key priority".

Five acute care stroke units could close under centralisation proposals

Emergency care provision for stroke patients could be lost at Causeway Hospital in Coleraine, South West Acute Hospital in Enniskillen, Daisy Hill Hospital in Newry, Ulster Hospital in Dundonald and Antrim Area Hospital. Health chiefs have proposed six potential models for consolidating services in....

Victim in one-punch warning after being knocked unconscious outside Derry bar

A man knocked unconscious by a single blow outside a Londonderry bar during an altercation on Sunday afternoon has warned others that one punch can kill. Bogside man Gareth Conaghan (32) suffered two broken cheekbones, a broken eye socket, a fractured skull and two bleeds in his brain after the....

1.2bn hole in budget needs filled to bring roads up to standard, audit report reveals

Minor roads in rural areas are worst affected and continue to deteriorate. Business leaders warned that a poor roads system could harm our ability to attract investment. The findings are set out in a report published today by the Northern Ireland Audit Office.

The future of payments is inclusive and invisible

CASH might not yet be extinct - but the world of payments has transmogrified, at least in the last five years, evolving quicker than ever, into the digital and mobile. What will the future of payments look like? It will be, to put it in two words, inclusive and invisible.

After prominent suicides, U.S. Senate talks gun control — a little bit

In a surprising move Tuesday — the day after the father of a Sandy Hook victim killed himself — the U.S. Senate convened an hours-long gun violence hearing to discuss a “red flag” law that would enable loved ones or law enforcement to have guns temporarily removed from people in crisis.

Thailand’s coup maker could face tough transition

Posted in Global BANGKOK (Reuters): For five years, Thailand’s Prayuth Chan-ocha ruled undisputed as the head of a junta that had grabbed power from a democratically elected government now, he looks poised to become a civilian prime minister himself. It would likely be a tough transition for the....

Peace activists’ hunger strike in Nangarhar enters third day

Monitoring Desk. JALALABAD: The hunger strike by members of People’s Peace Movement in front of the Nangarhar governor’s office in Jalalabad city entered its third day on Tuesday but they are still insisting on addressing of their demand which is allowing the group to launch gatherings and rallies in the eastern city.

Pakistan values cordial ties with Kazakhstan: Asad

F.P. Report. ISLAMABAD: Speaker of National Assembly Asad Qaiser Tuesday said Pakistan and Kazakhstan enjoyed cordial relations based on strong foundation of religion, brotherhood, history and culture. Expressing the desire for strengthening the bilateral relations, he said that Pakistan wanted to....
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