[The Conversation Africa] Peacekeeping may be entering a period of major change.
[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa says every South African has the right to approach the courts and even he, as president, could never stand in the way of anybody exercising that right.
[New Zimbabwe] Local NGOs say they were not surprised by the recent blacklisting of Zimbabwe as posing a financial risk to the EU Commission through anti-money laundering and terrorism financing shortfalls.
[The Conversation Africa] The COVID-19 pandemic has left Zimbabwe in an extremely difficult situation. As of early April, the number of infections and deaths from the pandemic appeared low, although the available data isn’t necessarily reliable.
[African Arguments] False information in Nigeria is undermining medical advice, proffering fake cures, inciting panic and being used for political point-scoring.
[allAfrica] “The government is saying we stay in the house, but if we do that, we will die of hunger. If we go out to look for money to buy food, we will die from the virus. They need to tell us what to do!” These were sentiments from Pauline, a Nairobi resident during a TV interview a few days ago
[Monitor] President Museveni on Wednesday evening suspended use of public transport for 14 days with immediate effect.
[The Conversation Africa] Schools should be safe places.
[The Conversation Africa] The African clawed frog is the world’s most widely distributed amphibian. It can be found lurking in ponds on four continents apart from Africa.
[The Conversation Africa] Almost immediately after the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in South Africa, the jokes started. From memes featuring prominent politicians to bad puns, from TikTok video clips to pictures of people posing with silly home-made protective gear, South Africans took to Twitter, WhatsApp and Facebook to make fun of the virus.