[Nation] The back-and-forth between allies of Deputy President William Ruto and those of ODM leader Raila Odinga continued Monday, with Jubilee leaders asking the ODM leader to “stop pretending to be a co-president.”
[Nation] The Somalia-based Al-Shabaab militant group remains a potent threat to security in the region, although its capacity to stage regular attacks in urban areas has been degraded.
[Nation] Some 46 people from the Coast have gone missing as the war on terror and criminal gangs intensifies.
[News24Wire] The Department of Water and Sanitation is expected to hold a high-level meeting on Friday to assess whether the severe water restrictions in Cape Town and surrounding areas can be relaxed.
[News24Wire] The African National Congress’ national chairperson Gwede Mantashe has confirmed to News24 that the political party’s KwaZulu-Natal consultative conference has been called off.
[IRIN] Niger has deported at least 132 Sudanese refugees and asylum seekers back to Libya, drawing criticism that it is flouting international law by sending them back to dangerous and inhumane conditions from which they recently escaped.
[News24Wire] The ANC battle for control of the provinces is officially underway with the party giving the green light for some provinces to prepare for elective conferences.
[Nation] Away from the conference tents where the Fifth Annual Devolution Conference is going on in Kakamega County, the jury is still out on whether taking political and economic power to the grassroots has been a success.
[Sascoc] Team South Africa has announced two withdrawals for the team set to compete at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia from next week.
[Deutsche Welle] Over seven years after Ivory Coast’s crisis, the country’s political scene remains divided.