[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari has warned against politicising religion, saying Christians and Muslims in Nigeria can flourish together.
[News24Wire] Religious leaders say they cannot apologise enough for terrible things that have been happening in churches in the name of religion.
THE WATER level of the Sea of Galilee, on which Jesus supposedly walked, is a national obsession in Israel. Newspapers report its rise and fall next to the weather forecast.
[Deutsche Welle] A former militia leader from the Central African Republic has appeared at the International Criminal Court on war crimes charges. Alfred Yekatom, also known as Rambo, said he was tortured before being sent to The Hague.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Nairobi -LGBT+ people in Tanzania on Monday welcomed a move by the government distancing itself from a planned crackdown on sexual minorities in the city of Dar es Salaam, but said it did not go far enough – with many still fearful of attack or arrest.
[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari says he is “distressed and depressed” by the ethno-religious killings in the country, appealing to Nigerians to learn to live together in peace and harmony.
AT A SUPERMARKET in Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital, the finance minister is staring aghast at a pack of nappies.
Eat, pray, direct traffic THE NEW church in Redemption City is only half-built. Already this great aeroplane hangar of a building measures 1.5km by 1km.
[New Zimbabwe] The government must pay the Matebeleland US$100 billion in compensation for Gukurahundi and other outrages perpetrated by successive Zanu PF administrations since 1980, an opposition politician has said.
[The Herald] The High Court has set aside professional hunter Mr Theodore Christian Bronkhorst’s conviction and sentence in connection with the smuggling of 29 sables worth $435 000 to South Africa through an illegal exit point along the Limpopo River.