[SAnews.gov.za] The Department of Basic Education has released, on its website, the scripted lesson plans which are being used in the pilot phase of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) in selected schools.
[The Herald] The Supreme Court is today expected to hear an appeal by former Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo, who is battling to stop his trial on charges of criminal abuse of office.
[New Zimbabwe] Government has with immediate effect banned the installation of electrical water geysers in the country as a move to manage electricity use during a period of massive shortages.
[Premium Times] About 1.2 million civilians are trapped and have been denied access to humanitarian aid and services in two local government areas now largely under the control of Boko Haram, Edward Kallon, UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, said.
[Dalsan Radio] Somali cabinet has approved a draft fiscal budget of 459.5 million U.S. dollars for the financial year ending 2019/2020 which is 130 million more than the previous fiscal year.
[East African] A blame game has ensued among Guinea Bissau’s political elites after President Jose Mario Vaz dissolved the government led by Prime Minister Aristide Gomez on Monday.
[VOA] As many as 78 people have been killed in ethnically motivated clashes in the Oromia region, Harari region and the city of Dire Dawa in the past week, the Ethiopian government confirmed Thursday.
[The Herald] Government is lining up another salary adjustment for civil servants to cushion them from the unwarranted price increases that businesses continue to effect.
[News24Wire] The Tiso Blackstar Group on Sunday said it “noted with shock the alleged admission by a sitting government minister to have corruptly bribed two Sunday World journalists”.
[News24Wire] A huge bag of chicken and bunches of spinach were being prepared for hundreds of foreign nationals still camping out at the UN High Commission for Refugees’ offices in Cape Town’s CBD on Monday in the hopes of being evacuated from SA amid safety fears.