[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The government yesterday delivered a warning to people who are emerging to claim that they are survivors of the MV Nyerere tragedy in the hope of profiting from money collected by the disaster committee.
[Nairobi News] Your average bedroom is a place where comfort rules, dreams have a theatre and tranquillity domiciles.
[Daily News] At least 20 people died and 45 others suffered injuries in a nasty road accident that involved a lorry and three minibuses on Sunday.
[Premium Times] Dana Air on Thursday said it welcomes the resolve of the Nigerian government to carry out a complete audit of its operation.
[Nation] After more than a month in captivity, two Kenyan pilots detained by rebels in South Sudan could finally be heading home.
[Daily Trust] The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) on Wednesday said it had intensified the arrest and prosecution of erring marketers and fuel hawkers across the country.
[Premium Times] The need to protect Nigerian citizens and Cameroonian refugees in border towns of Cross River State attracted the attention of the Senate on Wednesday.
[This Day] Abuja -Doctors at Cedarcrest Hospitals, Abuja Thursday continued their efforts to stabilise Yusuf, the only son of President Muhammadu Buhari, who had a power-bike crash on Tuesday night in the Gwarimpa District of the federal capital city.
[News24Wire] Traffic volumes have increased as holiday-makers take to the roads for the festive season.
[allAfrica] Thirty-three people died on Sunday in a train accident of the National Railway Company of Congo in Buyofwe, a railway station located about 30 kilometers from Lubudi in Lualaba province, according to Radio Okapi.