[Capital FM] Kenya -Former Kilifi Deputy Governor Kennedy Kamto was on Tuesday night shot dead by gunmen at his Nyali residence in Mombasa.
[WHO] A workshop on implementation of exercise prescription in Mauritius was held on 03 December 2018 at Gold Crest Hotel, Quatre Bornes. Dr Anwar Husnoo, the Minister of Health and Quality of Life in his speech, reiterated the government strong commitment to fight the NCD scourge.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -National carrier Kenya Airways has announced that it is reducing its schedule for its Nairobi-New York route to five flights in a week effective January 15, 2019 from the current daily flights.
[allAfrica] Johannesburg -The High Court in Kimihurura will today, deliver its verdict in the case of Diane Shima Rwigara and her mother Adeline Rwigara.
[The Herald] Leading up to this year’s elections, there was a group of holier-than- thou individuals, who campaigned with Bibles in hand, promising to serve the electorate day-and-night and swearing that God was in it.
[New Zimbabwe] Fuel queues have re-emerged around the country with government attributing the development to erratic foreign currency allocations but insisting the country has enough stocks to last the next 18 months.
[Nation] Giraffe meat is finding its way onto Kenyan plates disguised as beef, conservationists have warned.
[Vanguard] Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, (SERAP) has sent an open letter to Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, Chairman Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), requesting him to “promptly, thoroughly and effectively investigate allegation that Senate President Bukola Saraki spent between N200m and N400m in every state, except the six South-West states, to influence the outcome of the 2015 elections for the All Progressives Congress (APC).”
[Daily News] THE government has taken measures to reduce newborn mortality in the country by setting up neonatal wards in all hospitals and improve provision of their services.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Managing electronic waste (e-waste) is still a challenge in Tanzania as technology is poor, funds and personnel are inadequate and stakeholders are not really committed to tackling the matter.