[Capital FM] Nairobi -Over 24,000 people viewed the body of former President Daniel arap Moi on Saturday, with the number projected to rise even further Sunday, officials said.
[New Zimbabwe] SOME artisanal miners have voiced their frustrations with government’s slow reaction to the Kwekwe mine collapse in which two gold panners died while 20 were trapped.
[East African] Tullow’s latest job cuts announcement in Kenya has deepened doubts on the viability of the country’s oil exploration.
[Mozambique Political Process Bulletin] Frelimo’s landslide victory was accompanied by unprecedented secrecy and fraud, making it impossible to know the true result, concludes CIP’s Mozambique Political Process Bulletin.
[Nyasa Times] Ministry of Education, Science and Technology says it has now paid outstanding salaries for the 7,167 teachers who were removed from the payroll in November last year, following their failure to submit details of their national IDs as was requested by government.
[Premium Times] Over 1.4 million Nigerians scrambled for 5,000 job openings advertised by the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), marking yet another testament to Nigeria’s acute unemployment.
[Nation] All passenger flights to Lamu have been cancelled following indefinite closure of the Manda airstrip, the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) has said.
[Observer] But again declines request on L$35 billion
[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday transmitted six aviation sector bills to the Senate for consideration and passage into law.
[Premium Times] About 1.2 million civilians are trapped and have been denied access to humanitarian aid and services in two local government areas now largely under the control of Boko Haram, Edward Kallon, UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, said.