[New Era] Windhoek -The Africa Development and Education Foundation in Namibia (ADEF), says the visa rejection of two investors from Saudi Arabia, are linked to derogatory remarks by Home Affairs and Immigration officials.
[Nation] The total closure of three extensive refugee camps in Dadaab may not happen soon as numbers of those returning to their countries of origin voluntary have reduced while others have vowed never to return to their homes.
[New Liberia] On Thursday May 31, 2018 at about 2:00am a group of gunmen with cutlasses and other deadly weapons forcibly entered the resident of Olandrus T. Dickson, Deputy Minister for Administration at the Ministry of National Defense.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Nairobi County is now seeking court orders to repatriate foreign beggars arrested within Central Business District during the ongoing crackdown.
[Nation] The Teachers Service Commission is hiring 8,672 teachers to support a new Government policy to have all primary school leavers enrolled into secondary schools.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Bulawayo -Although the law allows for abortion in cases such as rape, red tape makes it difficult for women and girls to receive the service in government facilities
[African Arguments] How Paul Biya has held onto power for 35 years despite spending much of it abroad.
[Nation] University students have now turned to the National Assembly to reverse the new system of electing their leaders which took effect in 2016.
[Capital FM] Kitui -Fire broke out Sunday at the offices of Kitui County Government, destroying property of unknown value.
[Vanguard] A Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) team on Sunday morning rescued a pregnant woman from suspected kidnappers in Badagry, Lagos.