[New Zimbabwe] MDC leader Nelson Chamisa wants to lead Zimbabwe’s transition to a “new dispensation” but not before he forces President Emmerson Mnangagwa to the negotiating table.
[Premium Times] Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has written yet another letter to President Muhammadu Buhari, warning that Nigeria is tipping towards a dangerous cliff and only the president could forestall such a looming disaster.
[Deutsche Welle] The Egyptian government has opened an unusual pyramid to the public for the first time in decades. Its Antiquities Ministry also put on display a host of significant archaeological finds recently discovered in the area.
[Deutsche Welle] Protesters have called for justice for those killed in a brutal raid on a Khartoum camp. The military and civilian opposition still can’t finalize power-sharing months after the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir.
[SNA] Khartoum -Political Scene witnessed continue moves express on frindly internal and external efforts to create Convergence between views between the Transitional Military Council “TMC” and the Forces of Freedom and Change “FFC” to reach for consensus understanding that able to include all colors of political and social spectrum without exclusion to anyone in order to transfer for transitional stage and then to period of democratic elections.
[Times of Zambia] Whoever is responsible for the fire that killed five girls in Shibuyunji at the weekend can expect to be caught and to face the full wrath of the law, Vice-President Inonge Wina has warned.
[New Zimbabwe] Former information deputy minister Bright Matonga’s farm equipment is going under the hammer on Thursday.
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has renewed its bid to mend long lost relations with colonial master Britain with Foreign Affairs Minister Sibusiso Moyo set to engage officials in attempts to unlock foreign investment into Zimbabwe.
[The Herald] Niamey, Niger -Mozambique is ready to assist Zimbabwe with increased supplies of electricity from Cahora Bassa, the President has said.
[This Day] Abuja -The Secretary General of ECOWAS Parliament, Mr John Azumah, has said that 40 per cent of the total 70 million refugees in the world are drawn from the 16 West African nations with Boko Haram insurgency displacing 1.2 million Nigerians alone.