[Malawi News Agency] Mzuzu -President Peter Mutharika Saturday warned Vice-President Saulos Chilima and other leaders of the United Transformation Movement (UTM) against despising him during their political rallies.
[Daily Trust] According to The Institute for Economics and Peace which ranks major nations around the world by how safe or dangerous they are, Nigeria is the 16th most dangerous place to visit on Planet Earth.
[The Herald] The Ruling Zanu-PF has taken an early lead in National Assembly results announced by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission so far today.
[UN News] The Security Council on Friday extended the mandate of the joint United Nations-African Union peacekeeping operation in Sudan’s Darfur until the end of June next year, but reduced the number of troops deployed in the field with an eye towards the mission’s eventual exit.
[Nation] The construction of the 6 billion bypass to de-congest Eldoret town might take longer than expected due to land compensation disputes.
[FirstTouch] Disappointing Egypt fail to create any momentum at the World Cup
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) will today start training constituency election officers who will chair multi-party liaison committee meetings in constituencies to ensure a peaceful environment before, during and after the July 30 harmonised elections.
[East African] Kenya has set a target of drilling over 200 more oil production wells that will pour forth up to 80,000 barrels of crude per day as the government eyes early petrodollars.
[The Conversation Africa] Heavy rainfall in Kenya has left a trail of destruction in parts of the country, leading to deaths and rendering roads impassable.
[Premium Times] Insurgents ravaging the North-eastern part of the country have been degraded in capacity, President Muhammadu Buhari has said.