[The Herald] Vendors in Chitungwiza are demolishing their illegal structures in compliance with a council directive for them to move to designated sites. The Herald witnessed the vendors destroying the illegal structures at Chikwanha Shopping Centre, Chigovanyika, Makoni and other suburbs.
[New Times] After a few minutes spent entering flight and insecticide treatment plans, a click of the start button on the tablet sets things in motion.
[Monitor] Kampala -The Ministry of Health has named districts and hospitals with the best health service delivery in the Financial Year 2017/2018.
[Nairobi News] Hollywood star Lupita Nyong’o recently sneaked into the country for a series of investment meetings.
[New Zimbabwe] Harare -The government has drastically reduced annual ground rental fees for diamonds from 3,000 U.S. dollars to 225 dollars as it seeks more investment into the diamond sector.
[New Zimbabwe] The Electoral Resource Centre (ERC) has accused Registrar General, Tobaiwa Mudede of sabotaging potential voters by denying them the opportunity to get identity documents that would enable them to register as voters.
[Govt of SA] President Jacob Zuma has signed the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment (FICA) bill into law.
[Premium Times] In February, the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, raised an alarm over the outbreak of Cerebro Spinal Meningitis across north-western Nigeria.
PILGRIMS jostle outside the Islamic Centre in Conakry. A stressed-looking official barks at them to queue in single file
[Vanguard] THE Centre for Peace and Environmental Justice, CEPEJ, a non-governmental organization in Warri, Delta State, has called on the Nigerian Army, Navy and Department of State Service, DSS, to uphold the peace talks between the Federal Government and militants and stop further threats of use of force to give confidence to the people.