[RFI] Jacob Zuma is to face corruption charges over a four-billion-euro arms deal. And French company Thales could find itself in the dock with the former South African president.
[News24Wire] Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has been cleared to play in the remainder of the Australia Test series.
[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Uganda’s National Social Security Fund finally won the battle to retain its status as a mandatory scheme for all employees in informal and formal sectors as cabinet announced plans to withdraw the proposed liberalization bill from parliament.
[VOA] Armed separatists in Cameroon have abducted 40 people, including a government official. The abductions occurred as President Paul Biya dispatched a minister to the troubled English speaking regions on a peace building mission.
[Vanguard] Abuja -Nigerian lawyers freshly engaged by the Federal Government to assist with the repatriation of $321 million stolen by Sani Abacha, former military ruler, will be paid $17 million (over N6 billion) for their services.
[Observer] When Chinese firm, Guangzhou Dongsong Energy Group, through Tororo area radio stations called for job applications, over 900 people applied for the advertised 92 job slots.
[Nation] Sudan, the last white male northern rhino in the world, has died aged 45 at Ol Pajeta Conservancy in Kenya’s Laikipia County.
[Nation] An undercover investigation has blown the lid off the workings of Cambridge Analytica, the British data company that was suspected and now boasts of influencing Kenya’s 2017 presidential election.
[News24Wire] Social cohesion, moral regeneration and radical economic transformation will be the topics when deputy president David Mabuza faces his first question session with MPs in the National Assembly on Tuesday.
[Nation] Rains continued to leave a trail of death and destruction across the country Monday.