[SNA] Addis Ababa -The Foreign Ministers of Sudan, Libya, Niger and Chad met, Saturday, in Addis Ababa, on the sidelines of the AU Emergency Summit Conference on Institutional Reform.
[SNA] Addis Ababa -President of the Republic, Field Marshal, Omer Al-Basher met, Saturday, on the sidelines of the activities of the AU Emergency Summit Conference on Istitutional Reform, the Chadian President Idris Deby and reviewed with him the bilateral cooperation.
[SNA] Addis Ababa -The IGAD Ministerial Council met, Saturday, in Adis Ababa to review the progress of the implementation of the peace agreement in the State of South Sudan.
[Monitor] Seven Ugandan fishermen have reportedly been shot dead by Congolese militiamen on the Lake Albert.
[Vanguard] Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, (SERAP) has sent an open letter to Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, Chairman Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), requesting him to “promptly, thoroughly and effectively investigate allegation that Senate President Bukola Saraki spent between N200m and N400m in every state, except the six South-West states, to influence the outcome of the 2015 elections for the All Progressives Congress (APC).”
[Nation] For the first time since the “handshake” in March, President Uhuru Kenyatta and Nasa leader Raila Odinga have embarked on a foreign trip together.
[SAFA] 18 November 2018 – Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter said he will go to Libya with a lot of hope taking into consideration how his players played to instructions during the 1-1 draw against Nigeria at FNB Stadium on Saturday, 17 November 2018.
[Daily News] THE government has taken measures to reduce newborn mortality in the country by setting up neonatal wards in all hospitals and improve provision of their services.
[SAFA] The South African Football Association (SAFA) wishes to apologise to the nation and the football loving public, for the fact that the SABC failed to broadcast the BAFANA BAFANA vs NIGERIA AFCON QUALIFIER this afternoon.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Managing electronic waste (e-waste) is still a challenge in Tanzania as technology is poor, funds and personnel are inadequate and stakeholders are not really committed to tackling the matter.