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Congo : Les agents des impôts invités à améliorer leurs performances

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Brazzaville, Congo, 27 juin (Infosplusgabon) -  Le ministre congolais délégué au Budget, Ludovic Ngatsé, en visite de travail à Pointe-Noire, principal centre économique et industriel du pays au Sud, les 25 et 26 juin, a invité les responsables des structures des impôts d’être à la hauteur de leurs responsabilités, estimant que du fait de la pandémie du coronavirus et des mesures de confinement les performances n’étaient pas bonnes pour les mois d’avril et mai, a annoncé, samedi, la radio publique.

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Four killed after unidentified gunmen from Burundi attack village in southern Rwanda

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Kigali, Rwanda, June 27 (Infosplusgabon) - Rwandan Army has repelled an attack in the southern Nyaruguru district by around 100 unidentified gunmen who retreated to Burundi after four assailants were eliminated, a military Spokesperson said on Saturday

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Libya determined to expel Russian mercenaries, Janjaweed militias threatening national security

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Tripoli, Libya, June 27 (Infosplusgabon) - The Libyan Foreign Ministry of the Government of National Accord (GNA) has assured that "Libya is determined to continue, by all means, the purge of Russian mercenaries of the Wagner Group and the Janjaweed militias and aggressors who support them in order to preserve Libyan national security."

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Zimbabwe ban on trading of stocks and mobile money transactions to have dire economic consequences

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Harare, Zimbabwe, June 27  (Infosplusgabon) - Zimbabwe government on Saturday took the unprecedented move to ban trading on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) and all mobile money transactions to save the collapsing local currency, Zimbabwe dollar (ZWL).

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COVID-19: Nigeria's airports set for reopen as officials issue COVID-19 compliant guidelines

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Abuja, Nigeria, June 27 (Infosplusgabon) – Passengers travelling abroad through Nigeria’s airport terminals are required to arrive five hours before departure in order to undergo Coronavirus (COVID-19) protocols, Minister of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika announced on Saturday in Nigeria’s commercial capital of Lagos.

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