[Observer] When Chinese firm, Guangzhou Dongsong Energy Group, through Tororo area radio stations called for job applications, over 900 people applied for the advertised 92 job slots.
[The Herald] Three armed robbers stormed a construction site in Umwisdale, which is believed to belong to Bona Mugabe, and manhandled a police officer on duty before fleeing with items worth $4 800.
[East African] Rwanda has said the centre hosting 2,500 Burundian refugees who left DR Congo on Wednesday for fear of deportation is overstretched.
[Nation] Two people have died and 32 others are admitted at Thika Level Five Hospital following a diarrhoea outbreak at Kiunyu in Murang’a County.
[New Times] Liliane Iradukunda has replaced Elsa Iradukunda as Miss Rwanda.
[News24Wire] A police captain was shot and killed during a business robbery in Maphumulo, KwaZulu-Natal on Friday afternoon, provincial police confirmed.
[News24Wire] Drilling has started near Cape Town’s Hospital Bend to find extra borehole water for Groote Schuur Hospital in case Day Zero is declared, the Western Cape’s Department of Transport and Public Works (DTPW) said on Wednesday.
[Daily News] THE ruling Chama cha Mapinduzi (CCM) has scooped all the three parliamentary seats in the Saturday’s by-elections, retaining two constituencies and grabbing one from the opposition CHADEMA. The results as announced in all three contested electorates show that CCM recorded landslide victory, getting about 90 per cent of all votes cast.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Australia Stock Exchange (ASX) listed Volt Resources has said it raised $4.7-million to support the fast-tracking of the first stage development of flagship Bunyu graphite project, in Tanzania.
[Premium Times] The police in Kano are on the trail of a runaway bride, who allegedly poisoned her husband, Umar Sani, to death on Thursday.