THE Zambia Revenue Authority says Copperbelt University violated the $3.5 million contract it was awarded to develop an online tax platform when it sub-contracted another company at $966,720 without approval from the Authority. And the Public Accounts Committee also heard that ZRA irregularly signed off a Certificate of Completion before the University actually developed nine modules to be included in the online tax system. During the PAC sitting, Wednesday, Chinsali PF member of parliament Kalalwe Mukosa wondered why CBU subcontracted another company to help with developing the online tax system. “This price of system which was developed looks to be so high at $3.5 million. After CBU was contracted, they also sub-contracted and paid this company Riverbed Limited $966,720. They…...

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