[Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA – A new primary healthcare guideline would be implemented nationwide to ensure uniformity and quality of health service delivery in all health centers and places, according to Ministry of Health.
[Concord] The new Inspector General of Police has assured the public that they are in a position to provide robust security for the conduct of the 2018 multitier elections, adding that his men are ready to put modalities in place to ensure the conduct peaceful, free, fair and credible elections.
[ISS] Since Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza announced that he would run for a third term in early 2015, political instability across the country has tested the limits of global conflict prevention responses. This instability has included a failed coup d’état, violent clashes between government and opposition forces, increasing suppression of the media and civil society, as well as targeted assassinations.
[allAfrica] Level 6 water restrictions are here – this means the crisis in the Western Cape has intensified to the point where ‘Day Zero’ is looking more real by the day.
[East African] South Sudan’s former chief of general staff General Paul Malong Awan has demanded that President Salva Kiir resigns to save the country from sliding into more political chaos, a South Sudan diplomat said.
[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe is starring down the barrel with bleak economic prospects unless President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration bites the bullet, EU ambassador to Harare, Philippe van Damme, has said.
[News24Wire] If President Jacob Zuma has to leave before his term ends, he should not be humiliated in the process, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa told eNCA on Sunday.
[This Day] The Amnesty International Nigeria has called on the federal government to take urgent steps at ending what it described as an epidemic of gruesome killings across the country
[Addis Standard] Addis Abeba -In another meeting attended by members of Ethiopia’s Security Council, participants at a day long meeting on Friday January 05 have reflected on yet another daunting security assessment compiled from various parts of the country since the council’s first meeting was held, during which an alarming security assessment document was presented.
[The Conversation Africa] Ghanaians are flocking to the courts at a much higher rate than before.