[The Herald] Government remains open to dialogue with striking doctors to find a lasting solution, but those discussions should be carried out while health workers are at work, Health and Child Care Minister Dr Obadiah Moyo said yesterday.
[Premium Times] The Federal Government has said it will soon review the wages of all political office holders.
[Nation] The wealth of top State officials — including the President and his deputy — will be made public under a proposed law that seeks to make Kenyans aware of public servants’ riches.
[News24Wire] Julius Malema has denied that he asked for help with his taxes or that he accepted the South African Revenue Service’s (SARS) version of events regarding the “rogue unit”.
[Vanguard] Organised Labour has said only the personal intervention by President Muhammadu Buhari can stop the planned nationwide strike over consequential adjustment arising from the N30,000 new minimum wage.
[Premium Times] The Joint National Public Service Negotiating Council (JNPSNC) and the Representatives of the Federal Government have again failed to reach an agreement over relativity and consequential adjustment for the implementation of the new minimum wage.
[Daily Trust] Out of the 43 ministers recently inaugurated by President Muhammadu Buhari, five of them will contend with serious headaches following the myriad of challenges on ground at their respective ministries.
[News24Wire] Police Minister Bheki Cele says work done by the South African Police Service (SAPS), together with the South African National Defence Force (SANDF), in gang-ridden areas in the Western Cape has resulted in more than 1 000 arrests.
[Nation] More than 50 per cent of doctors, nurses and clinical officers skip duty on any given day, a Kenya Health Service Delivery Indicator Report shows.
[Shabelle] The Kenyan defense forces [KDF] were reported to have burned down a lorry truck in an area near the porous border with Kenya.