[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Monday left the country for Rwanda to attend the African Union Extraordinary Summit.
[Observer] When Chinese firm, Guangzhou Dongsong Energy Group, through Tororo area radio stations called for job applications, over 900 people applied for the advertised 92 job slots.
[Daily Trust] The Minister of Defence, Mansur Dan-Ali on Monday said he did not give a timeline for the rescue of the Dapchi schoolgirls but rather said that the Nigerian troops were closing in on abductors.
[New Times] Rwanda continues to register high cases of maternal deaths even as the country cut the deaths by more than half in less than a decade, according to statistics from the Ministry of Health.
[IRIN] Kagoma -Refugees recount killings and a harrowing lake crossing to Uganda
[Nairobi News] Kenyatta National Hospital chief executive and her deputy, the Director of Clinical Services, were sent on compulsory leave to allow investigations into a surgery mix up.
[Nairobi News] Controversial legislator Babu Owino is the latest Member of Parliament to lose his seat, after his election victory in Embakasi East was nullified by the court on Friday.
[New Times] Liliane Iradukunda has replaced Elsa Iradukunda as Miss Rwanda.
[Nyasa Times] Nyika Media Club, a grouping of media professionals in the Northern Region, has criticised the attack of three British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) journalists and three other members of their crew in Karonga’s ‘Benghazi’ area on Friday on suspicion that they were bloodsuckers.
[East African] South Sudanese rebels are seeking the intervention of the region and international community to help quash a death penalty handed to a top rebel official.