[Vanguard] A report that Coronavirus has entered Nigeria was laid to rest, when two suspected carriers from China tested negative on Saturday.
[ER24] Alberton -A man in his mid 30s is in a critical condition following a four vehicle collision on the R59, just before Kliprivier, Alberton, last night. Four others suffered minor to moderate injuries.
[New Zimbabwe] Villagers in Silobela, Midlands province are living in fear of being blown up by grenades or other explosives which were planted during the country’s liberation war in the 1970s.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -Embakasi East MP Babu Owino was arrested on Friday morning for allegedly shooting a reveler at B-Club, police said.
[Daily Trust] Bauchi -Bauchi State Police Command has confirmed that 26 passengers died in a fatal auto accident that took place at Gubi Gari Village, along Bauchi-Kano road.
[263Chat] The much publicized Karanda Bridge construction project which was bankrolled to the tune of $1.5 million by the government in October last year and was almost complete, was washed away by heavy rains that hit the province on Tuesday, 263Chat has established.
[Nation] Speculation has followed the death of a KCSE candidate in Nakuru County, days after the Chemistry practical at Barina Mixed Day Secondary School.
[Nation] Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho has been admitted with malaria, his Communications director Richard Chacha has told the Nation.
[New Zimbabwe] University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Wednesday bowed to pressure from medical associations and lifted it’s suspension and dismissal of senior doctors, Bothwell Mbuwayesango and David Chimuka.
[New Zimbabwe] DOCTORS have rejected a 60% increment in allowances offered by government following a bipartite meeting in Harare, Friday.