[Nation] Two State Department officials were thrown on the defensive as members of the US Congress denounced the Trump administration’s proposed funding cuts for programmes in Africa.
[Times of Zambia] More cholera cases have been reported in Lusaka with the Ministry of Health placing the city on high alert.
[News24Wire] Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe has reportedly drawn criticism from health and political activists after she allegedly donated used underwear to Zanu-PF party supporters in the eastern border city of Mutare.
[New Times] The Ministry of Agriculture has banned export of unprocessed milk as part of efforts geared at streamlining the sector’s value chain.
[USAID] New York -Today, United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Mark Green announced that the U.S.
[Premium Times] Arik Air Limited has filed a N20 billion suit against the federal government and Ethiopian Airlines over recent claims in the media that they were negotiating the takeover of the airline.
[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The Sudanese Minister of Foreign Affairs has denied reports about the closure of the borders with three neighbouring countries.
[New Era] Windhoek -Communal farmers in the Zambezi Region have accused the Agro Marketing and Trading Agency (AMTA) of ripping them off by offering them peanuts when buying grains from them to be stored in the national silos.
[VOA] Rome -Italy is being accused of paying off Libyan militias linked to people smugglers in order to stop trafficking migrants across the Mediterranean for a month.
[The Conversation Africa] Nigeria’s energy sector is regulated centrally by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission.