[New Era] Windhoek -Convicted rapist Timoteus Fillemon, released on earned remission in 20 December 2016, has been once again accused of committing another heinous crime of allegedly battering his four-year-old nephew to death with an axe handle.
[Monitor] The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has agreed to pay $6000 (about Shs22, 198,800) to each Uganda Cranes player as extra incentive for qualification to round of 16 of the Africa Cup of Nations campaign.
[Capital FM] Security was tight at the All Saints Cathedral in Nairobi on Thursday morning, ahead of a memorial service for former Safaricom Chief Executive Officer, the late Bob Collymore who died on Monday aged 61.
[TechCrunch] Ethiopia is flexing its ambitions to become Africa’s next startup hub.
[Reporter] Stretching on 14.3 hectares of land, a new Coca-Cola Factory that requires an investment outlay of two billion birr or USD 70 million, said to be the largest plant for coca cola in the country, is set to be finalized early next year, The Reporter has learnt.
[New Zimbabwe] GOVERNMENT is in the process of crafting legislation that will allow it to go after people with “unexplained wealth” President Emmerson Mnangagwa revealed Friday.
[The Conversation Africa] Nigeria has a vibrant press media landscape. But freedom of the press is only rated as “partly free” by Freedom House, mostly due to the fact that news media are still susceptible to political pressures. There is also the external influence from ownership structures and the generally low wages of journalists.
[Nairobi News] President Uhuru Kenyatta has broken his long silence in the wave of killings that have rocked the country.
[This Day] The Israeli Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. Shimon Ben-Shosan, said Thursday that his Prime Minister, Mr
[Monitor] Uganda has been listed among 12 African states that have in the last one and a half decades been adopting laws aimed at constraining the operations of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) as part of what is described as a broader strategy by African governments to narrow space for democratic activity.