[Deutsche Welle] The Egyptian government has opened an unusual pyramid to the public for the first time in decades. Its Antiquities Ministry also put on display a host of significant archaeological finds recently discovered in the area.
[Malawi News Agency] Police in Thyolo District have arrested a 56-year-old man for allegedly having sex with a pig (bestiality) which is contrary to section 153(b) of the Penal Code.
[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday outlined his vision of what intra-African trade should be.
[Daily Maverick] Poachers have poisoned hundreds of raptors in northern Botswana using three elephant carcasses as bait. The information has just been released by the Botswana Department of Wildlife and National Parks.
[VOA] Central Africa Republic is observing three days of official mourning for the victims of Tuesday’s massacre, which left more than 50 people dead in a town near the border with Chad.
[News24Wire] Cape Town’s famous Muir Street mosque, in District 6, has been hit with a noise complaint as its congregants mark the holy month of Ramadan.
[GroundUp] Looting of immigrant-owned shops continued on Friday in the Strand area. GroundUp reported earlier how the L’Gra shop in Greenfields, Lwandle, had been protected by the community from looting on Thursday. But on Friday, it fell victim too.
[New Zimbabwe] MDC says it will not be part of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s delegation of government and opposition leaders set to visit areas ravaged by the recent Cyclone Idai in Manicaland, Masvingo and two other provinces.
[Premium Times] Armed persons on Saturday attacked some communities in Zamfara State killing at least 10 people.
[Monitor] Refugees in different settlements in the West Nile districts are struggling to access clean water as drought takes toll on the area. Long queues form at the water points as they struggle to access water from taps.