[Premium Times] A road accident involving a truck and two passenger vehicles on Saturday claimed the lives of seven persons and seriously injured others along the Lagos – Abeokuta Expressway.
[Vanguard] A report that Coronavirus has entered Nigeria was laid to rest, when two suspected carriers from China tested negative on Saturday.
[New Zimbabwe] Barely weeks after pouring champagne on the floor at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport, Vice President Constantino Chiwenga Saturday again surprised congregants when he turned down an offer of a glass of water while giving remarks at the National Day of Prayer at the National Sports Stadium.
[New Times] Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB) has arrested two Intermediate Court judges and a Registrar on suspicion of corruption.
[Namibian] The Namibian Broadcasting Corporation’s spokesperson Umbi Karuaihe-Upi says the national broadcaster has editorial independence, and will not be dictated to.
[News24Wire] “No amount of anger, frustration and grievance can justify acts of destruction and criminality.
[Nation] Four people Saturday died after a car collided with a pickup truck in Gatanga, Murang’a County.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -Sudan’s opposition coalition has named five people as civilian members of the country’s Sovereign Council, Reuters reports.
[UN News] Secretary-General António Guterres on Saturday condemned a car bomb attack in front of a shopping mall in the Libyan city of Benghazi, which left three UN workers dead, and three others injured, with dozens of civilians also wounded.
[AIM] Maputo -Last week at least a further 18 people died in the insurgency in the northern province of Cabo Delgado that pits a shadowy Islamic fundamentalist group against the Mozambican defence and security forces.