[allAfrica] The judiciary is not for money-making but to uphold the law. This is the the vision of President Joseph Kabila, according to Justice Minister Alexis Thambwe Mwamba.
[The Conversation Africa] Fostering international development has long been viewed as central to the moral, humanitarian, strategic and security interests of the United States.
[Monitor] US investors shun Uganda due a number of obstacles including corruption, according to Deborah R Malac, the US Ambassador.
[The Herald] Government will not introduce a local currency before establishing the right and necessary import cover, Finance and Economic Development Deputy Minister Terrence Mukupe has said.
[Namibia Economist] The stock of international reserves is projected to cover 3.8 months of imports of goods and services, said the Bank of Namibia Governor, Ipumbu Shiimi this week.
[The Conversation Africa] For a long time, zoologists assumed that there were only two species of elephant: one Asian and one African. Then genetic analyses suggested that the African Elephant could be divided into two distinct species, the African Forest and African Savannah elephants.
[VOA] Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the South African icon who fought tirelessly, visibly, and at great personal cost to bring racial equality to South Africa, is being celebrated in death with vows that her struggle will continue.
[News24Wire] There will be no bloodshed in the quest for land, Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema said on Wednesday.
[New Times] Peter Vrooman, the new US Ambassador to Rwanda yesterday presented his credentials to President Paul Kagame at Village Urugwiro, after which he committed to enhance longstanding relations between the two countries.
[New Times] Prosecution has said that a Genocide fugitive who was on Thursday arrested in Yaoundé, Cameroon was one of the most wanted masterminds of the Genocide against the Tutsi.