[Daily News] TANZANIA exports to Italy have gone up by almost 10 per cent last year thanks to increased foodstuffs and products of metallurgy. According to Italian Embassy in Tanzania, the exports, went up by 8.27 per cent to 41.6million euros last year from 38.42 million euros in 2016.
[The Herald] Cases of suspected cholera are beginning to decline in Harare following massive interventions put in place by the Government and its partners, Harare City acting health director Dr Clemence Duri has said.
[News24Wire] A Humansdorp woman was arrested for allegedly killing her boyfriend after a fight over an ex-lover on Saturday, Eastern Cape police said.
[Nation] Hundreds of people have been displaced as heavy rains continue to pound parts of the country.
[Citizen] At least 15 people have died in various parts of the country following heavy rains which entered their third day yesterday. At least 250 houses in Zanzibar, Dar es Salaam and Arusha were destroyed in the downpours, and the number looked set to go up as authorities continued to carry out a countrywide assessment.
[Monitor] Kampala -Refugees are set to have their standard of living improved after government received a lumpsum of $6m (about Shs22b) from the Japanese government to support them.
[The Conversation Africa] Madagascar, Africa’s largest island, is naturally prone to cyclones. Earlier this year it was hit by one named Ava – a category three cyclone that killed at least 50 people, displaced over 50,000 and caused huge damage.
[News24Wire] Day Zero for Capetonians has now been extended to June 4 from May 11, 2018.
[News24Wire] The City of Cape Town has warned that the consumption of alcohol on its beaches and public areas will not be tolerated.
[Nation] A three-storey building under construction has collapsed in Kapsabet town, Nandi County.