[VOA] Senegal’s presidency is getting into the fact-checking business.
[This Day] Yenagoa -The federal government yesterday described as fake and sinister a report that the outbreak of Monkey Pox in Bayelsa State resulted from a free medical care exercise it is allegedly administered in some parts of the Niger Delta.
[Zimbabwe Independent] President Robert Mugabe’s warning yesterday he will root out internal saboteurs plotting to incite an anti-government uprising brought even closer a long-awaited cabinet reshuffle which will inevitably be driven by the ruling Zanu PF factionalism and succession dynamics, as well as capacity, performance and delivery issues, informed insiders have said.
[News24Wire] The Western Cape High Court has ruled that Parliament must amend the Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA) so that political parties will be compelled to disclose the source of their private funding.
[VOA] Juba/Washington -South Sudan President Salva Kiir’s spokesman said Tuesday that Juba would like to negotiate with the U.S. government over recently imposed sanctions on three individuals, including two senior government officials.
[Daily Trust] The United Kingdom says it has not received any request from the Nigerian government to shut Radio Biafra.
[Vanguard] France has denied information that the Financial headquarters of the proscribed Indeginous People of Biafra (IPOB) is located in that country.
[News24Wire] An Orlando Pirates football player was arrested in the early hours of Monday morning for speeding, the Gauteng community safety department said.
[New Times] President Paul Kagame on Saturday appointed four more senior leaders in various positions including permanent secretaries and heads of institutions.
[Premium Times] The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has urged Nigerians to disregard the fake news being circulated via a parody Twitter account and an old NTA news video that President Muhammadu Buhari is travelling or has travelled to the U.S.