[News24Wire] A severe storm that hit Cape Town on Friday night has damaged a four-storey building and a number of trees have been uprooted by the strong winds.
[RFI] Egypt’s march to glory began on Friday night with a deserved but ultimately tense victory over Zimbabwe at the Cairo International Stadium. The hosts showed their intent from the outset.
[Algerie Presse Service] ALGIERS-Demonstrators went out in mass in Algiers for the 11th consecutive Friday, maintaining the same momentum and demands for radical change and the establishment of a real democracy, APS journalists reported.
[GroundUp] Looting of immigrant-owned shops continued on Friday in the Strand area. GroundUp reported earlier how the L’Gra shop in Greenfields, Lwandle, had been protected by the community from looting on Thursday. But on Friday, it fell victim too.
[Deutsche Welle] Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of Algiers and other Algerian cities to demand the ruling elite step down from power. They were the first rallies since elections were announced for July.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -The head of the political committee of the newly established military transitional council has said in a press conference on Friday that the military has no political agenda for the country.
[Deutsche Welle] The UN Security Council has called for a halt to military movements in Tripoli following an offensive by eastern forces on the capital.
[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -Peaceful popular marches resume in Algiers and in other provinces for the third consecutive Friday, demanding deep political reforms and a change in the system.
[East African] “Do you want to cross to Uganda and be mistreated? They will arrest and torture you.
[News24Wire] Nine people were killed, including two police officers, in a cash-in-transit heist in Nongoma, KwaZulu-Natal, on Friday night, police spokesperson Brigadier Vish Naidu said on Saturday.