Monday 15 October 2018
Contact US    |    Archive
allafrica
4 days ago

Court Upholds Anti-Tax Protests Ban - Union Leaders Arrested

[New Zimbabwe] Harare magistrate Lazini Ncube dismissed with costs Thursday an urgent chamber application by the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) challenging a police ban on demonstrations against government s 2 percent tax on electronic transfers, coupled with rising poverty levels in the country.

Read on the original site


هذه الصفحة هي مجرد قاریء تلقائي للأخبار باستخدام خدمة الـ RSS و بأن نشر هذه الأخبار هنا لاتعني تأییدها علی الإطلاق.

‘Tax pain must be shared’

- zimbabwesituation

Kombis, vendors cost city $2m 

- zimbabwesituation

Chamisa slams demo ban

- zimbabwesituation

ED PhDs slammed 

- zimbabwesituation

Cars abandoned at garages

- zimbabwesituation

Contraceptives prices shoot up

- zimbabwesituation

‘Govt will defend wages’

- zimbabwesituation

Govt to build 50 trauma centres

- zimbabwesituation

Ema issues veld fire alert

- zimbabwesituation

Speaker apologises to Sikhala

- zimbabwesituation

‘Tax those above PDL’ 

- zimbabwesituation

Tax war spills into court

- zimbabwesituation

ZESA invites whistleblowers 

- zimbabwesituation
Hashtags:   

Court

 | 

Upholds

 | 

Anti

 | 

Tax

 | 

Protests

 | 

Ban

 | 

Union

 | 

Leaders

 | 

Arrested

 | 
Cars abandoned at garages

Cars abandoned at garages

- zimbabwesituation
Most Popular (6 hours)

Cars abandoned at garages

- zimbabwesituation

‘Govt will defend wages’

- zimbabwesituation

Most Popular (24 hours)

CIOs die in car crash

- bulawayo24

Porn addiction hits Zimbabwe

- zimbabwesituation

Most Popular (a week)

Dark times for black market

- zimbabwesituation

Mangudya In Trouble

- zimeye.net

Zanu PF rants over 2% tax

- zimbabwesituation