[Capital FM] Kenya -Telkom Kenya has announced a restructuring plan that will see 500 employees leave the telecom company.
[Seychelles News Agency] Civil society in Seychelles will open the first crisis shelter for abused women in the island nation in November. The facility is funded by the European Union and is an initiative of the Citizens Engagement Platform of Seychelles (CEPS), which groups together not for profit organisations.
[The Conversation Africa] Africa’s growing digital economy is fast changing how business is done on the continent.
[Premium Times] The Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has given details of the platform set up for members of the public to lay complaints or send suggestions on better performance by the police.
[allAfrica] Addis Ababa -African economies require structural transformation to attain sustained growth that trickles down to all its peoples, an official from the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) told experts gathered at the organization’s Ethiopian headquarters.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Cancun, Mexico -”This is very different from what we experienced in Liberia, Senegal and Guinea, where the outbreak was happening for the first time ever”
[News24Wire] ‘Flying’ Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has made his fourth foreign trip in 19 days, this time to Mauritius, according to a report on state ZBC radio.
[News24Wire] Women gathered at Cape Town’s Company’s Gardens on Saturday for a “Sister March” in solidarity with those marching in Washington and cities around the world in protest of newly-elected US President Donald Trump.
[RFI] Ghana coach Avram Grant urged Africa Cup of Nations organisers to change the regulations so that teams can replace players who have suffered injuries because of the state of the pitches.
[allAfrica] Hosts Gabon face their date with destiny on Sunday when they take on Cameroon in their final Group A clash at the African Nations Cup finals in Libreville.