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Pathfinder Min Share Chat (PFP)



Share Price: 0.875Bid: 0.85Ask: 0.90Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Pathfinder Min
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 5.88%Open: 0.875High: 0.875Low: 0.875Yesterday’s Close: 0.875


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bbr391
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Opinion:Strong Buy
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Couple
Wed 08:41
Of large trades at last.
Patience .
And May
 
FlyingHorse1
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RE: Crisis increases burden on cour..
11 May '17
Article suggest moz is past the worst now
Investor79
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RE: Crisis increases burden on cour..
11 May '17
Just shows that this could go on and on!... Will still hold out tho!!... Would be a sad day if PFP lose after all this waiting and the injustice of it all .... good luck all
4unme
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Crisis increases burden on courts
11 May '17
FlyingHorse1
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RE: Supreme Court Proposes
10 May '17
How can 4 years to make a judgement on a bit of paper be considered acceptable.
mike84400
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RE: Supreme Court Proposes
10 May '17
The judge is a lady called Ms Fonseca....or was
4unme
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RE: Supreme Court Proposes
10 May '17
I wish we could contact Pedro Nhatitima and ask, 'why he hasn't issued a judgement yet to recognise the UK High Courts ruling?'
longandwrong
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RE: Supreme Court Proposes
10 May '17
Very good article 4unme. So is it Pedro Nhatitima that we need to ask why he hasn't issued a judgement yet to recognise the UK High Courts ruling? Has only taken him 4 years so far!!!!!!
4unme
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Supreme Court Proposes
10 May '17
to Cut Judges' Holidays
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http://allafrica.com/stories/201703170741.html
Maputo — In a major shake-up of the Mozambican legal system, the country's judges will now find their annual holiday entitlement cut from two months to one.

Announcing the proposal, the spokesperson for the Supreme Court, Pedro Nhatitima, cited in Friday's issue of the Maputo daily “Noticias”, said that from now on judges should take their holidays like any other state employee, and will be free to enjoy a month's paid leave at any time in the year.

The current system of collective “judicial holidays” covers the entire first two months of the year. In January and February only trials that began the previous year can continue, and no new trials may be started. So during those two months, Nhatitima noted, “the courts were stopped, interrupting the operations of a public service”.

Adding to the absurdity, one study has found that, although their holidays are supposed to take place in January and February, about 40 per cent of Mozambican judges take their holidays outside of that period, thus reducing still further the productivity of the judicial system.
FlyingHorse1
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Moz in news
9 May '17
Mozambique is being investigated for irregular borrowing with banks being asked to provide info on accounts held by former president Guebuza. Had emerged had concealed nearly £1.2bln. Same old same old




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