[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The Central Bank of Sudan (CBoS) has instructed Sudan’s Real Estate Bank to freeze 47 accounts in the name of leaders of the deposed regime of Omar Al Bashir.
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has pleaded with indigenous interdenominational church leaders to fight ‘demons’ haunting Zimbabwe, which have seen its economy on a free fall.
[263Chat] Not every artisanal miner behind machete killings in Zimbabwe is from Shurugwi.
[ANGOP] An 11 -year-old student has opened fire in a school in northern Mexico, killing a teacher and injuring at least six other people before shooting himself dead, officials say.
[New Zimbabwe] A potential blood bath is looming between dozens of land invaders and Gushungo Holdings workers after the trespassers have forcibly occupied a farm in Harare’s Pomona area owned by late former President Robert Mugabe’s family.
[East African] The Tanzanian government last week threatened legal action against journalists using foreign sources in their reports.
[The Journalist] In E.W.M. Mesatywa’s book titled Izaci namaqhalo esiXhosa (Xhosa idioms and proverbs) published in 1971, he records a list of proverbs
[East African] The self-declared independent Somaliland has given tough conditions for future dialogue with Somalia on bilateral relations after the last talks collapsed in Turkey in 2015.
[Nation] Kelvin Mokaya, a journalist, was shopping at Thika Road Mall in Nairobi on the afternoon of September 5 when he lost his wallet.
[Capital FM] Popular benga musician John Ng’ang ‘a De’Mathew died Sunday night, after ramming a truck on Thika Superhighway.