[East African] Aida Nandutu is one of several women bent over doing laundry in the River Tsuume, which in October 2018 burst its banks, killing her brother alongside 53 other people.
[Premium Times] The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has officially suspended a strike it commenced three months ago.
[Nyasa Times] South Africa-based Malawian prophet Shepherd Bushiri says he is ready to unveil the little-known version of him as an author at Victoria Gardens in Blantyre, Malawi on Tuesday on December 18.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Bangkok -Poor diets are among the top causes of ill health globally, accounting for nearly one in five deaths, according to a study published on Thursday that called on governments and businesses to do more to improve eating habits.
[Guardian] President Muhammadu Buhari, says leaders who undermine the economy by denying workers their benefits, while stuffing personal accounts with public funds will not escape the current anti-corruption dragnet.
[East African] President John Magufuli Saturday sacked the Agriculture and Trade ministers and disbanded the Cashewnut Board of Tanzania (CBT) as his government grapples with how to safeguard farmers from unsustainably low prices.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has met leaders from cashew nut growing regions on Friday October 26, 2018 to discuss the unfolding controversy over the crop’s pricing.
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Land Commission (ZLC) will begin the national comprehensive agricultural land audit on Monday.
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa yesterday said his Government was aware and gravely concerned by the manipulation of the economy by a group of people and businesses aimed at destabilising the market by creating artificial shortages and a black market economy.
[News24Wire] Billionaire businessman and philanthropist Patrice Motsepe says South African farmers, both black and white, need to be safe in the knowledge that their right to land and assets are protected.