[Daily News] AIR Tanzania Company Limited’s Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner is scheduled to resume flight services at Mwanza Airport here today after minor maintenance to redress its technical snag.
[Premium Times] The Yobe State Government on Saturday reunited additional 216 persons deported from Libya with their families in the state.
[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The district court that acquitted 24 girls and women from the criminal charge of wearing indecent clothes at a party in southern Khartoum has fined the party’s sponsor.
[News24Wire] President Robert Mugabe’s government has threatened a blitz on Harare’s street vendors, similar to one that left hundreds of thousands of people without homes or jobs 12 years ago.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The minister for Finance Dr Philip Mpango has ordered, today September 9, the forfeiture of diamond worth $29.5 million (Sh65 billion) which was impounded at the Julius Nyerere International Airport on August 31.
[Nation] The High Court has backed the directive by the electoral agency barring voters within 400 metre radius from a polling station after casting their votes.
[Nyasa Times] Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament Dr Clement Chiwaya on Tuesday kicked out Member of Parliament (MP) for Ntcheu central constituency Malison Ndau from the House for defying the Parliamentary dress code.
[Al Jazeera] Unmarried couples have until the end of the year to legalise their relationships, Burundi government has said, as part of an effort to reform morals in the country.
[New Times] Members of the Lower Chamber of Parliament have passed the draft law establishing the National Cyber Security Authority (NCSA) and determining its responsibilities, organisation and functioning.
[Nation] As Somalia’s president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, popularly known as “Farmajo”, prepares to be sworn into office on Wednesday, his ascent to power evokes positive events in Africa in the last two years.