[New Zimbabwe] THE last presidential elections were held barely five months ago and yet the ruling Zanu PF party is already endorsing its candidate for the next ballot which isn’t due until 2023.
[RFI] Gabon’s President Ali Bongo has for the first time, since his hospitalisation in Saudi Arabia last month, appeared in two videos filmed in Rabat where he is continuing treatment for an unknown illness.
[News24Wire] “Nelson Mandela said I must stay at his home. I said, ‘Like, in the house
“THE REASON why we are poor is inside us,” cries Nigusie Roba, his face sweating with emotion.
[New Times] Esther Ishimwe is doing last minute revision at lunchtime on Monday before she sits for Social Studies, the second exam for Primary Leaving Examinations (PLEs) which started Monday morning.
[Monitor] “Whenever I think of what happened I do not want to eat or live anymore. I blame myself for not being able to save my husband,” says Aidah Nandutu.
[Nation] Gunshots suddenly rent the air, muting the more familiar sounds of chirping birds on rooftops, their wiry claws scraping gratingly across rusty surfaces of rows of tin shanties that make up the expansive Dandora slum.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Pupils from private schools where examinations were nullified by the National Examinations Council (Necta) over cheating allegations have pulled a shocker after scoring high in the repeat exam, The Citizen has established.
“LOOK AT THE state of this school,” says Manuel Jaime. It is not a pretty sight: cracked window panes, pockmarked floors and walls etched with graffiti.
[The Herald] Hardlife had indeed a hard life at a very tender age. He had to wrestle a crocodile that devoured his leg while he was attempting to cross a river on his way to school.