[Guardian] Ethiopian Airlines has finalised preparations to resume daily flights to Asmara, Eritrea starting from July 17, 2018, with the most technologically advanced commercial aircraft, the Boeing 787.
[Shabelle] The Al Qaeda-affiliated Somalia-based militant group Al-Shabaab was reported to have carried out an overnight attack in the southern strategic city of Baidoa.
[News24Wire] A scourge of protests kept South African police officers busy in three provinces – the Northern Cape, Western Cape and Gauteng.
[Nation] Opposition leader Raila Odinga has denied reports in one of the local dailies that the ongoing crackdown on corruption suspects is a plot to have ‘his people’ in government in the looming Cabinet reshuffle.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -Two people have been confirmed dead following the collapse of a five-storey building in Huruma, Nairobi.
[Nairobi News] President Uhuru Kenyatta has unfollowed his deputy William Ruto on Twitter, in a move that will kick off chatter in blogs and social media.
[New Times] If you were asked to compare the youth in pre-Genocide and post-Genocide periods, there is a big difference between the two.
[Premium Times] Britain will build a new wing in a Nigerian prison so that it can transfer Nigerian prisoners there, the government in London has announced.
[Capital FM] Kitui -Fire broke out Sunday at the offices of Kitui County Government, destroying property of unknown value.
[New Times] Rwanda needs more innovators, job creators and research-based skills that can make an impact in promoting entrepreneurship that can benefit a bigger community on the labour market, Dr. Papias Musafiri Malimba, the Minister for Education, has said.