[Premium Times] A Nigerian senator, Ben Murray-Bruce, has said that it is “silly for certain Nigerians to come to him with questions on the salaries of senators.”
[New Zimbabwe] Police had to be called on Saturday to intervene at Shawasha Block 2 in Mbare, Harare after suspected Zanu PF youths attacked members of the MDC-T mourning one of theirs.
[Citizen] Dodoma -Police in Dodoma have seized eight cars ofNissan Patrol made as they are continuing with investigation over the shooting of Opposition Chief Whip,Tundu Lissu.
[VOA] Washington -A U.S.
[Premium Times] Nine months after President Muhammed Buhari approved the handing over of the Presidential Lodge in Marina to the Lagos State Government, the state has officially taken ownership of the edifice.
[Monitor] Nakaseke -Angry residents in Nakaseke District on Friday blocked the Gender minister’s motorcade in protest over bad roads in their district.
[News24Wire] A man holding his girlfriend hostage in Tladi, Soweto, is demanding that police withdraw a case of malicious damage to property against him.
[Radio Dabanga] Nyala -Teachers in Nyala and Nyala North localities have not received payments of financial arrears since 2012 and plan to go on strike from organising school examinations.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The United States yesterday warned the government against its decision to ban HIV/Aids services at 40 health facilities, and introduce new guidelines for Key Populations (KP), saying the move could cause a flare-up of the epidemic among those afflicted.
[New Zimbabwe] THOUSANDS of vendors operating in central Harare have defied a government “ban” on the selling of vegetables and fruits in an effort to stop the spread of typhoid, saying the state must first give them jobs.