Zimbabwean students join campaign against illicit financial flows

BULAWAYO, 15 April 2017– The Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG) facilitated an awareness raising session on the Stop The...

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International Financial Centre or Tax Haven?

Civil Society warns against the enactment of the Nairobi International Financial Centre Bill 2016 NAIROBI, 20 March 2017– Nairobi risks...

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COLLOQUIUM ON COLLAPSE IN COMMODITY PRICES AND AFRICA’S RESPONSE

Date: 8 March 2017 Venue: United Nations Conference Centre- Addis Ababa, Ethiopia About half of African economies are classified as...

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Repealed 1504 a Setback to Transparency!

Section 1504, better known as the Cardin-Lugar provision is an endowment of the 2010 American Dodd- Frank Financial Reform and...

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Public beneficial ownership registries- a shot in the arm in the fight against Illicit Financial Flows

  There is a quote that says – “it’s easier to lie in public”. As the world continues to work...

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TJN-A welcomes suspension of Zimbabwe’s new VAT law

Plans by the Zimbabwean Ministry of Finance and Economic Development to introduce a 15% Value Added Tax on basic commodities...

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Track it, Stop it, Get it … Use it!

As the sun sets on the 8th Alternative Mining Indaba (AMI) in Cape Town, South Africa there is cause for...

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Zimbabwe introduces 15% VAT on basic commodities: A step backwards to the fight against global inequality

It is a proven fact that Value Added Tax (VAT) is a regressive tax which burdens the poor more than...

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Africa loses approximately US$50 billion annually through Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs). The AU/ECA’s High Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows report and other studies argue that Africa lost over US$1 trillion through IFFs in the last 50 years – an amount similar to Official Development Assistance in the same period. READ MORE

TJN-A at 10!

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2017 marks a great milestone for Tax Justice Network- Africa- TJN-A clocks ten years of existence. Ten years of promoting tax justice in Africa. Ten years of consistent work in pushing tax justice from the backburner to the forefront of public agenda. READ MORE

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We seek to provide a platform for CSOs, researchers, media and other stakeholders to collaborate to promote socially just and progressive taxation systems as well as challenge policies, laws and systems- both local and international- that undermine Africa’s domestic resource mobilization efforts.

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About TJNA

The Tax Justice Network-Africa (TJN-A) is a Pan-African initiative and a member of the Global Alliance for Tax Justice. Launched in January 2007 during the World Social Forum (WSF) held in Nairobi, TJN-A promotes socially- just, accountable and progressive taxation systems in Africa. It advocates for tax policies with pro-poor outcomes and tax systems that curb public resource leakages and enhance domestic resource mobilisation.

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