[Nation] The death of a police officer critical to the investigation of the fake tender deal involving former Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa and an American company has puzzled investigators.
[Nation] Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo signed into law the electoral bill on Friday, jumping one more hurdle for the country to hold planned polls this year.
[Nation] Justice Sankale ole Kantai of the Court of Appeal in Nairobi has been arrested for reasons that are yet to be established.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -Fisayo Soyombo has donated the N500,000 he won from the People Journalism Prize for Africa 2019 to help in the release of inmates awaiting trial.
[Namibian] Although most northern regions received high rainfall over the past few months, many residents continue to face severe food shortages and hunger.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -Lesotho’s Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has failed to appear in court to face charges of murdering his estranged wife Lipolelo Thabane in 2017.
[Nigeria Health Watch] Editor’s Note: A U.S news politics report that recently trended online showed how Nigerian immigrants have carved a niche in the United States as highly skilled workers. The numbers are impressive, with Nigerians ranking highest in the percentage of immigrants with a bachelor’s degree, at 59%. The applause for this is commendable, yet it also means that as a country Nigeria is consistently and increasingly exporting its skilled workforce to other climes.
[Nyasa Times] Chairperson of the Public Appointments Committee of Parliament, Collins Kajawa has told reporters that the final report on the committee’s inquiry into the competency of the commissioners of the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has been sent to the President Peter Mutharika for further action.
[Namibian] Law enforcement agents last week cracked down on six individuals who were found in possession of pangolin skin.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -Cardi B fever has already hit Mzansi.