[Premium Times] Two analysts attached to the Africa Programme of the Chatham House say President Muhammadu Buhari’s performance in the last six months of his tenure will determine if he gets reelected in 2019.
[Bhekisisa] Researchers once again confirm: It’s impossible for HIV-positive people on treatment to transmit the virus through sex — this time among gay men.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -In a bid to generate African solutions to African challenges, researchers on the continent are being offered grants to come up with new drugs to fight malaria, tuberculosis and neglected tropical diseases.
[Nairobi News] Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru is set to speak at the respected Chatham House in London next month.
[New Times] The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) yesterday awarded Rwanda with a certificate in recognition of the country’s improved competencies in overseeing and managing safety and security in the aviation sector.
[Monitor] The Ministry of Tourism has said the World Bank has reduced funding for construction of the Jinja based Hotel and Tourism Training from the initial $13m (Shs46.2b) to $7m (Shs25.2b)
[East African] Tanzania, Burundi and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees have agreed to start voluntary repatriation of Burundian refugees from Tanzania on April 5.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Johannesburg -Before 20-year-old Lebogang Motsumi even had sex with her first “blesser” – or sugar daddy – a successful, married, company boss more than twice her age, he handed her a wad of cash.
[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of Charles Quaker Dokubo, a professor, as the new Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme for former Niger Delta militants.
[Nation] A national rollout of free cervical cancer vaccine that was to kick off this year has been pushed to 2019, the Sunday Nation has learnt.