[East African] Tanzania is working on a model that will help ensure that every citizen enjoys health insurance.
[Premium Times] Nigeria’s former finance minister, Kemi Adeosun, has left the country, a day after her resignation, sources close to her told PREMIUM TIMES on Saturday.
[Nairobi News] Motorists can now breathe a sigh of relief after the government announced a slight decrease in fuel prices.
[Vanguard] PRESIDENTIAL candidate of Young Progressives Party, YPP, Mr. Kingsley Moghalu, who paid a courtesy visit to the corporate headquarters of Vanguard Newspapers in Lagos, early this week, fielded questions from Vanguard Editors on his plans and prospects.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Chief Magistrate’s Court in Homa Bay was due to rule at 1pm Monday whether Michael Oyamo, the suspect in the murder of Rongo University Student Sharon Otieno, will be held for 10 more days to allow police finalise their probe.
[VOA] Bamenda -Cameroon says it has deployed additional troops to Bamenda several hours after armed separatists blocked access into and out of the northwestern English-speaking town, attacking buses and passengers.
[Nairobi News] Kenya has been ranked seventh among African countries with the highest fuel prices, according to Global Petrol Prices.
[Nation] President Yoweri K Museveni on Sunday night addressed Uganda on various affairs in the country currently.
[Deutsche Welle] President Omar al-Bashir has fired all 31 government ministers as he seeks a new, smaller cabinet amidst economic crisis. Inflation has reached an astronomical 65 percent.
[New Era] SADC chairperson and Namibian President Hage Geingob has invited China and its investment community to fund SADC projects.