[Monitor] Seven Ugandan fishermen have reportedly been shot dead by Congolese militiamen on the Lake Albert.
[Daily News] THE government has taken measures to reduce newborn mortality in the country by setting up neonatal wards in all hospitals and improve provision of their services.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Managing electronic waste (e-waste) is still a challenge in Tanzania as technology is poor, funds and personnel are inadequate and stakeholders are not really committed to tackling the matter.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The World Bank said yesterday that it had agreed with the government on a new framework that would see girls who become pregnant while in school continue with their education.
[Guardian] The Federal Government has begun moves to change the curriculum such that pre-primary school pupils will be taught software development and coding.
[New Zimbabwe] POLICE are set to use advanced electronic equipment such as digital cameras to try and stem the tide of a road carnage that continues to claim dozens of lives on the country’s highways.
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE’S working women who fall pregnant less than a year into their employment are not entitled to the mandatory 98 days of one going for maternity leave on full salary.
THE STREETS are quiet and the tear gas has dissipated, but no one knows for sure how many protesters were killed in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, at the end of October. The army claims six people died when soldiers stopped demonstrators from overrunning a checkpoint. Human-rights groups say at least 45 were killed—and that the demonstrations were peaceful
[Nation] Thousands of residents of Pibor in South Sudan’s Boma State will be relocated from their homes to pave the ways for the drilling of oil, officials said.
[Deutsche Welle] The high-profile arrests for abuse and corruption come as Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed implements reforms. The attorney general also accused intelligence figures of an assassination attempt against the new prime minister.