[New Times] Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) on Tuesday announced it had started enforcing the new Income Tax law, which was enacted last month.
[Citizen] Nairobi -The Tanzanian government has rejected Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) backing of locally made goods in a fresh trade spat that has seen Dar es Salaam impose barriers on confectionery products like chocolate, ice cream, biscuits and sweets.
[Observer] Uganda Revenue Authority’s (URA) attempt to force commercial banks to reveal all clients’ private accounts information was part of an effort to drag politicians, businessmen and the very rich into the income tax net, sources have revealed.
[Citizen] President John Magufuli yesterday directed the Tanzania Trade Development Authority (TanTrade) to shift its investment plan into building factories instead of five-star hotels.
[New Era] Windhoek -Regional Councillor for Otjinene Constituency Erwin Katjizeu said that in the absence of a functional mortuary at Otjinene health centre he uses his own car to transport corpses to the nearest mortuary in Gobabis.
[SudaNow] Khartoum -A heated tug of war has dominated the political scene over the proposed constitutional amendments put forward by the Popular Congress Party(PCP) of the Late Islamist leader Dr. Hassan al-Turabi.
[Monitor] Kasese -It is nearly a year ever since activities at Kilembe Copper Mines Limited in Kasese District were put to a halt by National Environmental Management Authority (Nema) as a result of non-compliance to environmental standards.
[Monitor] Kampala -Businessman Sulaiman Kabandwa Mbuga commonly referred to as SK Mbuga is today expected to defend himself against charges of tax evasion before Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) officials.
[Citizen] Dodoma -The parliamentary Accounts Committee (PAC) has directed three State institutions to conduct investigations into Sh440 billion deposited by Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) in fixed accounts at various banks.
[Nation] The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) has raised concern over the increased cases of aircraft accidents and said that they were looking into ways in which to reduce them.