[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -A senior US delegation headed by the special assistant to the president and senior advisor to Africa at the National Security Council, visited Khartoum for talks with the Sudanese government, represented by the Assistant to the President Feisal Ibrahim, about the Sudanese-American relations.
[VOA] The United Nations refugee agency says a surge of violence in South Sudan’s Yei State has displaced some 8,000 civilians and sent an estimated 5,000 people fleeing to the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo.
When you said “steel”, someone misheard NOTHING SEEMS awry on arrival at the Ajaokuta Steel Company near Lokoja in central Nigeria.
[RFI] Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir has ordered the reopening of his country’s border with Eritrea.
[The Conversation Africa] One day, if they follow instructions, Africa’s new democracies will grow up to be “real” like those of Western Europe and North America. This assumption makes little sense – but it influences the way many people in the West and in Africa think about African democracies.
[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.
[News24Wire] Environmental Affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane’s office says it knows nothing about claims implicating her in testimony before the state capture commission of inquiry and says it will be “impolitic” to engage reports claiming otherwise.
[News24Wire] There was pandemonium outside Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke in the North West on Monday afternoon after security guards and parents clashed. The school is embroiled in a race controversy after a picture showing pupils at the school separated according to race went viral.
[Vanguard] Lagos -THE year 2018 was one that many Nigerian families would want to forget in a hurry but alas they cannot.
[Premium Times] The Nigeria police continued their schemes to cover up the desertion of at least 167 officers on Friday, dismissing own internal documents to claim that none of the officers was dismissed as reported by PREMIUM TIMES.