ACTIONAID Zambia has called on government to conduct lifestyle audits on Prominent Influential Persons (PIPs), private individuals and legal persons who have been identified facilitators of money laundering and offshore transactions. And ActionAid has backed the recommendation by the Financial Intelligence Centre that ZRA should consider introducing a tax on cash transactions to encourage the use of other forms of payments. Giving an analysis of the 2021 FIC Trends Report in a statement, Monday, ActionAid country director Nalucha Ziba registered her displeasure with government for not adequately funding key institutions such as the FIC. “AAZ as an institution that advocates for prudent utilisation of public resources, we wish to register our displeasure to the Government for not adequately funding key…...

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