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Share Price: 0.685Bid: 0.67Ask: 0.70Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Edenville
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 4.48%Open: 0.715High: 0.715Low: 0.685Yesterday’s Close: 0.685


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aerial
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RE: Harry
Sun 20:33
Big words little man!
 
norrab1
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Harry
Sun 20:23
At least Harry has entertained the idea that he maybe " missing something "...... In psychotherapy circles this is a good start. There maybe some hope for her yet.
aerial
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Tanzanian Corruption
Sun 20:01
President John Magufuli said: "If the country succeeds in reducing corruption by 80%, it will help solve numerous problems and as a result attract donors and investors"

Tanzanian watchdog ordered to investigate corruption deals

Tanzanian president John Magufuli has ordered an anti-corruption watchdog to investigate suspected cases of corruption and fraud in the country.

A statement, issued on Monday last week by the Directorate of Presidential Communications at State House in Dar es Salaam, said the president made the order during his visit to the regulator Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau’s headquarters.

Magufuli said PCCB should focus on investigations related to issues of corruption implications, including 19,500 ghost workers, 56,000 families claiming financial assistance from the Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF), 5,850 students who secured loans, and 11 locomotive engines without contracts.

The order was made a week after Magufuli expressed concern over the slow pace of investigations and convictions in the country.

In the statement, he urged the watchdog not to hesitate to take relevant measures if they have sufficient evidence in corruption charges, and asked them to take “a positive step”.

In another statement made earlier last month, Magufuli expressed his dissatisfaction with the procedures for investigating and prosecuting corruption cases.

He said if the country succeeds in reducing corruption by 80%, it will help solve numerous problems and as a result attract donors and investors.

Last year, Tanzania established a special court on corruption, economic and organised crime following Magufuli’s promise to prioritise the fight against corruption during the presidential campaigns in 2015.

During the 2015/16 year, there were 3,911 corruption cases where of 324 investigations have been completed.
aerial
Posts: 9,933
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.685
Tanzanian Corruption
Sun 20:00
President John Magufuli said: "If the country succeeds in reducing corruption by 80%, it will help solve numerous problems and as a result attract donors and investors"

Tanzanian watchdog ordered to investigate corruption deals

Tanzanian president John Magufuli has ordered an anti-corruption watchdog to investigate suspected cases of corruption and fraud in the country.

A statement, issued on Monday last week by the Directorate of Presidential Communications at State House in Dar es Salaam, said the president made the order during his visit to the regulator Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau’s headquarters.

Magufuli said PCCB should focus on investigations related to issues of corruption implications, including 19,500 ghost workers, 56,000 families claiming financial assistance from the Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF), 5,850 students who secured loans, and 11 locomotive engines without contracts.

The order was made a week after Magufuli expressed concern over the slow pace of investigations and convictions in the country.

In the statement, he urged the watchdog not to hesitate to take relevant measures if they have sufficient evidence in corruption charges, and asked them to take “a positive step”.

In another statement made earlier last month, Magufuli expressed his dissatisfaction with the procedures for investigating and prosecuting corruption cases.

He said if the country succeeds in reducing corruption by 80%, it will help solve numerous problems and as a result attract donors and investors.

Last year, Tanzania established a special court on corruption, economic and organised crime following Magufuli’s promise to prioritise the fight against corruption during the presidential campaigns in 2015.

During the 2015/16 year, there were 3,911 corruption cases where of 324 investigations have been completed.
aerial
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Price:0.685
Let's have some facts
Sun 19:36
The faceless wonders don't like facts!

Rufus Short, Edenville CEO, commented:
"We are extremely pleased to have formalised our relationship with a group which has been actively using its relationships throughout East Africa to introduce our coal to end users. With the screen already operating and the imminent commissioning of the wash plant, the project is in a good position to provide processed coal to industry throughout East Africa. The team on site has put in great efforts to make up any lost time that was out of our control and construction is advancing rapidly. Additionally we are very encouraged by the coal starting to be exposed and I hope the we can fill a market niche for consistent quality coal shortly"

Not long now!
aerial
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Norrab1/Yorkibarkid
Sun 19:25
Faceless wonders! ha
yorkibarkid
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RE: Interesting post Boffer,
Sun 19:17
Yes there is something you are completely missing and thats some common sense you clown.
norrab1
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RE: JIM Nominees Limited - THEY may
Sun 19:04
I can't believe the 2 clowns on here questioning JIM Nominees's motives, they got the shares at 0.54, they've already taken their profit! Unbelievable some of the comments.




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