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Youth For TJN
Network of Youth Orgs & Individuals promoting youth participation in creating progressive Tax systems and optimum Natural resources management and Utilisation.
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NUWAMANYA ALEX Dec 6
Thank you for relentlessly drawing (us) youth into appreciating taxation. you are wholesomely di-assembling the myth that taxation principles are too intricate for young people
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Allan M. Muhereza Dec 6
I am glad that more young people are engaging on issues of tax justice. would greatly be interested in following up with the students that partcipated in that debate for further engagement and sharing some opportunities.
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Youth For TJN Dec 7
We have a university program on Tax Justice debates that is currently very active in East Africa and some parts of Southern Africa. We would as well like to expand to Western Africa. It would be our pleasure to collaborate.
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SEATINI UGANDA Dec 6
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Mary Serumaga Dec 2
Replying to @emmyajal @ntemid and 4 others
So glad we now have the playbook. Notice how the assignment of oil rights in Uganda has bounced from one investor to another just like Namibia's fishing rights were assigned to Angola from where they were bought by a firm in Iceland.
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Emmanuel Ajal Dec 2
this is how we sign bad deals with foreign companies and give them a tax free trade in our country, while they plunder our resources for their gain....
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Mary Serumaga Dec 2
Anatomy of a Bribe Namibian Minister Esau filmed soliciting bribe from 'foreign investor' for elections & ruling party. As crude as Edith Kutesa's emails to Patrick Ho. "We need $70K. You give $70K & you give maybe for the party [SWAPO] $100K for campaigns. Make it $200,000."
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Emmanuel Ajal Dec 2
we need to hold leaders accountable even for the signatures they append, for the agreements they make which influence how we finance our development, and whether or not we stay our development course...
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Charmaine Ngatjiheue Dec 2
This scandal is breaking my heart. To think that so many Namibians should not even be living in abject poverty, but they have no choice. Money left the economy. Jobs were not created.
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Allan M. Muhereza Nov 28
For that that were not able to make it for the African Forum and Network on Debt and Development's Summer School this year, worry not. You can follow online at . Thank me later..!
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kamala Dickson Nov 28
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Rangarirai Chikova Nov 28
More than 19 countries have surpassed the 60% debt to GDP threshold set by the AMCP and 24 have surpassed the IMF 55% threshold
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John Miano 🇰🇪 Nov 24
Join us this morning for a youth debate themed 'Exploring different models of entrepreneurship' at the Laico Regency.
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kamala Dickson Nov 25
Join Themed "Illicity financial Flows and Domestic resources mobilization in the era of digital economies in Africa: Prospects and challenges " 25-29th November 2019 Engage through online platforms
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Allan M. Muhereza Nov 22
What do you think would be a better way of using tax policy to fight youth unemployment in Africa? a) An "Apprenticeship Tax credit" for entities with an apprenticeship program b) An "Apprenticeship Levy" for those that don't? c) Both Options (a) & (b) above
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TJNA Nov 21
Tax avoidance by multinational corporations is hurting developing countries. Post Global Day of Action press release now available!
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ATAF Nov 21
. VAT and PIT are the most stable taxes in the ATO between 2011 – 2017. VAT, Customs duties and PIT are the most stable taxes in the ATO. Other domestic taxes show the highest instability. It is not stable and therefore, not a reliable revenue stream
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Agenda Participation Initiative Nov 21
Join the Global day action on to condemn actions on Tax breaks in the extractive sector
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Centre for Budget and Tax Policy (Cbtp) Nov 20
"The growth of the e-markets makes it quite challenging for traditional tax management systems to tap into hence failure to raise the much-needed revenue." Detailed analysis here Courtesy Pic: URA
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ATAF Nov 20
"There used to be information and data asymmetry between tax authorities and businesses, but this asymmetry is narrowing and that is a good thing" -
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