[Nation] A five-storey building under construction collapsed in Ruaka, Kiambu County, on Monday night.
[The Herald] THE Joshua Nkomo Cultural Movement (JNCM) has appealed to the Government to erect a statue of Father Zimbabwe, the late Vice President Dr Joshua Nkomo, in Harare.
[The Herald] CHIEF Justice Luke Malaba said the formation of a political party is not an income generating project hence upstart political outfits must not burden the courts with claims of a share from the election campaign fund awarded in terms of the Political Parties (Finance) Act.
[Monitor] Rwanda has defended its £30 million Arsenal sponsorship deal that will see the top-flight English club’s players spot ‘Visit Rwanda’ on their shirt sleeves for the next three years.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A meeting of the CCM National Executive Committee (NEC) on Monday, May 28, 2018, elected six Central Committee (CC) members.
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[New Zimbabwe] MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has claimed a hand in turning around of genocide ravaged Rwanda which is, today, one of the fastest growing economies in the world.
[Namibian] President Hage Geingob has called on the international community to compel Morocco to implement a United Nations Security Council resolution calling for Western Sahara’s independence.
[Nation] The omission of high profile public officials, bank managers, a cabinet secretary and directors of some companies that were paid in excess of Sh1 billion in the latest scandal to rock the National Youth Service has raised fears of selective prosecution.
[Africa Check] A report on the website of a large Kenyan TV station claimed that the children of Mtwapa, a coastal tourism town, were being sexually exploited.