[Nairobi News] An American man is in police custody after he allegedly killed his one-year-old daughter as his wife visited to her family in Kenya.
[News24Wire] A former policeman was killed in a house robbery in Roodekraans, west of Johannesburg, on Friday night.
[Nation] A national rollout of free cervical cancer vaccine that was to kick off this year has been pushed to 2019, the Sunday Nation has learnt.
[MalariaMustDie] Njediko -Nigeria has more cases and deaths from Malaria than any other country in the world. It’s entire 177 million population is at risk from the disease.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Mutare, Zimbabwe -After years in which the disease presented only a limited threat, this city in eastern Zimbabwe is seeing a hike in malaria deaths, with more than 30 recorded in 2017, city officials say.
[New Zimbabwe] A health disaster could be on the horizon in Harare following the announcement by the city authorities that there will be water supply interruption in the western suburbs.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Abuja -The launch of Nigeria’s first state-owned DNA lab will speed up rape cases and should encourage more victims to seek justice, prosecutors and rights groups have said.
[Deutsche Welle] A new hydrotherapy center in Zambia’s capital, Lusaka, is making an impact in the special needs field. Underprivileged children with disabilities now have renewed hope for better and free treatment.
[The Herald] Government has assured the nation that the country has enough stocks of anti-retroviral drugs (ARVs), with the available supplies enough to last the next 10 months. Health and Child Care Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa allayed fears that Zimbabwe might run out of the life-prolonging drugs last Friday after touring the construction site of a new NatPharm provincial warehouse in Masvingo
[News24Wire] Jacaranda FM on Thursday said presenter Tumi Morake had its “full support”, adding that it is “at times impossible” not to offend listeners.