[Monitor] Refugees in different settlements in the West Nile districts are struggling to access clean water as drought takes toll on the area. Long queues form at the water points as they struggle to access water from taps.
[ANGOP] Luanda -The Supreme Court (TS) may begin on Tuesday to hear the deponents summoned in the ambit of the “Thai Swindle” lawsuit, a total of 38 people, 32 days after the beginning of the trial that has received a lot of attention from the media.
[Addis Standard] With the coming of prime minister Abiy Ahmed and his reformist agenda, a political change has been sweeping Ethiopia like never before. PM Abiy has introduced significant transformation and his reform initiatives have been gathering pace
[SudaNow] A Sudanese film has won the 2019 Berlin International Film Festival’s Documentary Award as well as the most sought after award: “The Prize of the Public”.
[The Herald] Zimbabwe is enhancing its investment laws to attract more foreign direct investment (FDI) into the country, Industry and Commerce Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu has said.
[The Herald] Kadoma -Saturday February 18, 2019 will forever be etched in the minds of eight artisanal minors who survived a four-day ordeal in flooded shafts at Cricket No 3, Battlefields in Kadoma.
[Premium Times] More videos showing Ben Bako instigating violence in Southern Kaduna for the coming elections have emerged.
[IRIN] Tripoli -The well-worn description of migrants in Libya is of desperate people trapped in hellish detention centres trying to get to Europe.
[The Conversation Africa] The unveiling of a statue to the Emperor Haile Selassie outside the African Union has stirred up a storm among Ethiopians and Eritreans. Some, including the Rastafarian community who still worship the Emperor as a god, were delighted. Others were furious, recalling his role in the 1973-74 famine or his suppression of Eritrean freedom.
A WILD-EYED Nigerian soldier looks into the camera: “We don’t have adequate weapons,” he says.