[Vanguard] The ‘madwoman’ who was arrested on Monday with decomposing corpses and other human parts under Cele Nicer Bridge in Ijanikin, Ojo area of Lagos State, has said she, at times, posed as a sex worker to get victims for her human parts business, which she has been operating for nine years.
[Nation] Oil trucking from Turkana to Mombasa resumed on Thursday after a two-month standoff brought about by protests by locals demanding jobs and enhanced security in the region.
[Daily News] AIR Tanzania Company Limited’s Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner is scheduled to resume flight services at Mwanza Airport here today after minor maintenance to redress its technical snag.
[News24Wire] A robot platform known as the “Monster” is one of the technologies that the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) hopes will improve safety in mines.
[Zimbabwe Independent] When Schweppes Zimbabwe tweaked its recipe a few weeks ago to lower sugar levels and do away with some ingredients in its Mazoe orange drinks, it was meant to fend off health advocates.
[Premium Times] A former Nigerian Minister of Finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, has been appointed into the board of social media giant, Twitter Inc.
[Nation] Sugar prices in western Kenya have shot up by Sh10 and Sh20 per kilo in the last two days.
[Premium Times] Nigerian authorities are issuing warnings about planned attacks on viewing centres across the country, charging security personnel to be vigilant throughout the month-long World Cup.
[East African] Rwanda Revenue Authority has raised Rwf1.7 billion ($2 million) in an auction of equipment from the embattled Rwigara family’s tobacco factory.
[Daily Trust] Lagos -Justice Mojisola Olatoregun, sitting at a Federal High Court in Lagos has dismissed a suit by Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company Ltd challenging the imposition of $3.6billion fine on it by the Federal Government.