[allAfrica] Cape Town -South Africa’s women’s national soccer team are off to the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France – and for the first time will earn the same as their male counterparts.
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has said his leadership will never allow “mafia-style” handling of Zanu-PF issues and urged party members to follow laid down procedures when settling grievances. The Zanu-PF First Secretary also warned youths to be wary of party cadres with unbridled ambitions who may want to cause disunity in the revolutionary organisation.
[RFI] Tens of thousands of Algerians gathered on Friday afternoon for a “March of 20 Million” in the country, calling for ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, 82, who declared his candidacy for a fifth term, to step down.
[Nation] The Confederation of African Football (Caf) has appointed Mozambican referees to handle the Confederation Cup group “D” match pitting Gor Mahia and Egyptian giants Zamalek next Sunday in Nairobi.
[Nation] Savings, credit and investment oriented self-help groups have widely been billed to be the panacea to financial insecurity and indebtedness especially among the lower and mid-level earners.
[Nation] A woman died on Sunday while her daughter is in critical condition at a Homa Bay health centre after they drunk what is suspected to be a poisonous herb.
[Nairobi News] Chief Justice David Maraga was on Saturday evening discharged from Nairobi Hospital where he was under observation after being involved in a road accident earlier in the day.
[Deutsche Welle] Congolese opposition party UDPS has rejected Martin Fayulu as the main opposition candidate a day after he was picked. Now there are doubts whether the alliance will stand the test of time until the December 23 election.
[Monitor] Kampala -The Ministry of Health has named districts and hospitals with the best health service delivery in the Financial Year 2017/2018.
[Monitor] Burundi on Sunday accused former colonial power Belgium of ordering the assassination of independence hero and Crown Prince Louis Rwagasore in 1961, a move likely to further poison ties between the two countries.