[VOA] A new report presents a dire portrait of the lives of hundreds of thousands of children in the Central African Republic.
[Nation] Matatus will no longer enter the Nairobi city centre starting Monday as City Hall moves to effect a ban aimed at decongesting the capital.
IRAQIS ARE desperate to reboot their creaking democracy.
[Capital FM] Kenya -Telkom Kenya has announced a restructuring plan that will see 500 employees leave the telecom company.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet has dismissed a letter circulating on social media cautioning of an imminent terror attack in Nairobi.
[Capital FM] Kenya -Uchumi Supermarket has appointed John Karani as an Interim Chairman of the Board.
[New Zimbabwe] FINANCE Minister Mthuli Ncube’s ambitions of seeing US dollar balances swell within banks may turn out to be a pipe dream after Zimbabwean banks have imposed what many locals may find to be difficult conditions for one to open a Foreign Currency Account (FCA).
[Vanguard] Gunmen have abducted six children from a school in Bamenda, the capital of the northwestern, English-speaking Northwest region of Cameroon, a teacher there told AFP.
[Guardian] The population of Nigerians, currently over 190 million have been predicted to reach almost double figures in the next 32 years.
[Monitor] Burundi on Sunday accused former colonial power Belgium of ordering the assassination of independence hero and Crown Prince Louis Rwagasore in 1961, a move likely to further poison ties between the two countries.