[Nyasa Times] Southern Region Water Board has disconnected water at Neno District Hospital due to over K35 million unpaid bill.
[Deutsche Welle] Videos have been circulating for some time showing men, women and children being shot by Cameroonian security forces. Now Cameroon’s most important ally is taking a drastic step to force the Biya government to end this.
[VOA] Rights groups say they are worried about deteriorating human rights in Zimbabwe, as a popular activist spends another weekend in jail after the High Court deferred his bail application ruling until Tuesday.
[New Zimbabwe] Anti-government activists have called for a second, and this time five-day, shutdown protest beginning Monday, prompting the administration to warn that “we will not hesitate to enforce the law”.
[Deutsche Welle] Zimbabwean authorities will hold opponents “fully accountable” for the unrest, and a spokesman described the deadly crackdown as “just a foretaste” of the future. President Mnangagwa has cut short a foreign trip.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi announced late Tuesday that the situation at the 14 Riverside Drive in Nairobi, which was the scene of a terror attack had been contained.
[New Zimbabwe] Marondera -The prison service has failed to bring inmates to the courts for trial and bail applications over the past three days due to the country’s fuel crisis, it has emerged.
[News24Wire] Local residents have clashed with protesters at Clifton’s Fourth Beach where a sheep was slaughtered on Friday evening.
THE CAPPUCCINO patisserie in the centre of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso’s capital, offers freshly baked croissants and that rare delicacy in west Africa, a decent Italian coffee. Its other features are less charming: a thick security barrier and two twitchy soldiers with assault rifles guard its patrons.
[Nation] The Somali Lower House of Parliament has declared as invalid a motion seeking the impeachment of President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo.