The Fight against the scourge of grand corruption in Zambia by ACC

International Compliance Association (ICA) considers the following as financial crimes: fraud, ID theft, electronic crime, electronic fraud, embezzlement, plastic money fraud, insurance fraud, Tax evasion, money laundering, terrorist financing, bribery and corruption, market abuse and insider dealing, information security, etc.

Paying Glowing Tribute to the HeadMaster

What a great teacher like Mr. Romanos K. Chibale writes on the blackboard of life for his Students can never be erased. It has left an indelible positive mark in our individual lives. A great teacher like Mr. Chibale is like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way for others. You are one of those candles that gave us that much-needed light in our lives.

Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs)

A PEP is defined by many Financial Institutions and Regulators as “…an individual who is or has, at any time, been entrusted with prominent public functions and an immediate family member, or a known close associate, of such a person.”

FinTech and Cryptocurrency Opportunities

SMARTPHONES, IPADS, TABLETS, LAPTOPS, WIFI, INTERNET, SMART CONTRACTS, BLOCKCHAIN, CRYPTOCURRENCIES, FOREX TRADING, DIGITAL WALLETS, FINTECH COMPANIES – Never STOP LEARNING“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”— Benjamin Franklin.This is 2021 and the COVID-19 pandemic rages on. Learn the new skill sets pertaining to any or all of the above. Make extra money on yourContinue reading “FinTech and Cryptocurrency Opportunities”

The seemingly never ending lamentations of the African People

The practice of castration on black male slaves in the most inhumane manner, altered an entire generation as these men could not reproduce. The Arab masters sired children with the black female slaves. This devastation by the men saw those who survived committing suicide. This development explains the modern black Arabs who are still trapped by history,” – Liberty Mukomo,

Snake Oil, Ponzi Schemes and Crypto Scams

A Ponzi scheme and an illegal pyramid scheme both use new investors’ money to pay earlier investors. The difference between the two lies in the way each scheme is promoted.