[Independent (Kampala)] Buliisa -More than 100 health workers deployed to manage various Ebola screening centers in Bullisa district have abandoned their duty stations citing none payment. The affected include members of Village Health teams-VHTs and Health workers attached to various health facilities in the district.
[New Zimbabwe] SOME artisanal miners have voiced their frustrations with government’s slow reaction to the Kwekwe mine collapse in which two gold panners died while 20 were trapped.
[Monitor] The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs is set to start processing the Constitution Amendment Bill, 2019, in which the Opposition seeks to cause changes in the Constitution including the structure of government.
[New Zimbabwe] Government has repossessed exiled former Zanu PF national political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere’s Mazowe farm in Mashonaland Central province for “downsizing and re-planning purposes”.
[New Times] After years of speculation about what next for the premises formerly occupied by Nyarugenge Prison, popularly known as ’1930′ the expansive prime property is set to accommodate what could be the country’s biggest Catholic cathedral.
[Daily News] Kalambo -ZION Watch Tower Church has expressed its gratitude to President John Magufuli for granting amnesty to its leader, Rev Jonas Simulunga (73) , and other nine Zambian nationals.
[AIM] Maputo -Ossufo Momade, leader of Mozambique’s main opposition party, Renamo, on Monday declared that he regards the validation of the results of the 15 October general elections by the Constitution Council as “null and void”.
[This Day] Abuja -South African telecom firm MTN (MTNJ.J) yesterday said it was reviewing allegations that it, alongside other firms, violated the United States Anti-Terrorism Act by paying protection money to al Qaeda and the Taliban in Afghanistan.
[Nyasa Times] State Vice President, Everton Chimulirenji has said government has put in place strategies aimed at ensuring that no one dies of hunger in this country by providing relief food items and stocking Agriculture Development and Marketing Corporation (ADMARC) selling point with enough maize, saying 8 129 metric tonnes of maize has been set aside for distribution to household facing hunger.
[Premium Times] As Nigeria puts together an appeal against the $9 billion judgement debt in favour of Process and Industrial Development Limited (P&ID), by the United Kingdom Commercial Court, the country is still haunted by other contractual judgements debts against it by local and foreign courts.