[The Point] The Senegalese Ministry of Health announced on Thursday additional two new cases bringing the total to 39 cases of Covid-19; 5 patients are being treated.
[The Herald] Tens of thousands are converged at Murombedzi Growth Point where Zanu-PF President and First Secretary Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa is expected to address his first “Thank You Rally” after leading the ruling party to a resounding victory in the July 30 harmonised elections.
[The Point] Informed sources told The Point that ECOWAS forces in The Gambia have reported a large cache of sophisticated arms and ammunition missing from State House in Banjul.
[News24Wire] Footage of a Gambian man drowning in Italy while onlookers watch, jeer, film and racially insult him, has gone viral on social media.
[News24Wire] Artist Monique Pelser was initially left scratching her head after her hard-won temporary installation was removed from the popular Sea Point Promenade only a day in.
[The Point]All Senegalese government officials have been asked to declare their assets before the New Year.
[FrontPageAfrica]Monrovia -”I saw sick people being taken out of the Ebola Center by West Pointers. They were actually holding them; some took them home to care for them. As I speak the police station is deserted, there is no security now in West Point
[The Point]Gamtel FC have set their eyes on another international clash to give Gambians another rare taste of international glory.
[The Point]Although growth has been picking up, weaknesses in the balance of payments have persisted, leading to depreciation pressures on the Gambian dalasi, which were intensified most recently by inconsistent economic policies, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Sunday.
[ThinkAfricaPress]Low income economies within Africa may be set to benefit from China’s increased international outsourcing of labour-intensive manufacturing.