[Capital FM] Nairobi -The High Court in Lowdar has dismissed an application by John Munyes seeking a re-count and audit of votes cast in favour of Turkana Governor Josphat Nanak.
[Times of Zambia] More cholera cases have been reported in Lusaka with the Ministry of Health placing the city on high alert.
[New Era] Windhoek -Regional Councillor for Otjinene Constituency Erwin Katjizeu said that in the absence of a functional mortuary at Otjinene health centre he uses his own car to transport corpses to the nearest mortuary in Gobabis.
[Nation] Jubilee Party will conduct primaries to pick its candidates in four Wards in Makueni County.
[Nation] All eyes will be on vetting agencies to prove that the elusive adherence to the integrity code among politicians will at least be implemented in the upcoming elections.
[Independent (Kampala)] The High court in Kampala will on December 19, 2016 deliver its ruling on whether to grant Rubaga South Constituency voter Habib Buwembo permission to challenge Rubaga South MP Kato Lubwama’s academic qualification.
[Nation] The government will employ 1, 200 registration clerks to help Kenyans acquire identity cards before the next General Election.
[New Era] Windhoek -The household food security situation continues to weaken and grazing continues to deteriorate in various parts of the country as drought conditions strengthen.
[RFI] In Kenya, Garissa University College reopened on Monday, nine months after al Shebab extremists killed 147 people in a student residence. Security on campus, which now boasts a police station, has been beefed up.
[Nation] The National Youth Service clean-up will be launched in all the constituencies at the Coast, President Kenyatta announced on Friday.