[Monitor] The chairperson of the Uganda Human Rights Commission, Med Kaggwa has died.Mr Kaggwa, the former Kawempe South MP was pronounced dead by doctors at Case Hospital where he was rushed on Wednesday morning.
[East African] Botswana’s ruling party may have survived its biggest election scare in the October 23 polls since it came to power 53 years ago, but its biggest test–fulfilling election pledges that bordered on populism–lies ahead.
[East African] The gloves are off.
[New Zimbabwe] LATE former State President Robert Mugabe is the one who expressed a wish not to be buried at the National Heroes Acre, confiding in close family members that he had been humiliated by the 2017 coup that ended his 37 year rule.
[Vanguard] Organised Labour has said only the personal intervention by President Muhammadu Buhari can stop the planned nationwide strike over consequential adjustment arising from the N30,000 new minimum wage.
[The Herald] The construction of a mausoleum for former President Robert Mugabe has started, with preparatory work at the site under way, while work on the design is still to be completed.
[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has remained mum as regards the intricate details of former President Robert Mugabe’s burial including where he will be laid to rest.
[Monitor] The remains of former National Resistance Movement (NRM) party chairperson, Dawson Muloki Mauta, will be laid to rest tomorrow at his home in Namulo-Kaiti in Himutu Sub-county, Butaleja District.The body will leave Mbale District today morning to Butaleja council headquarters for councillors to pay their last respects.
[Nation] Should he, as widely expected, be named Gor Mahia coach on Thursday, Steve Polack’s immediate role is to mastermind a win for the Kenyan champions against their Burundian counterparts Aigle Noir Makamba FC in the preliminaries of the 2019/2020 Caf Champions League.
[Deutsche Welle] Mogadishu mayor Abdirahman Omar Osman has died in a Qatari clinic, a week after al-Shahab extremists targeted his office. The former London councilor becomes the seventh victim of the bombing in the Somali capital.