[allAfrica] Cape Town -The North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has dismissed an application by Tom Moyane to have his sacking from the South African Revenue Service overturned, Fin24 reports.
[Premium Times] A disturbing video released on Thursday by Boko Haram shows how the terrorists carried out the attack on a military formation, killing a large number of Nigerian soldiers.
[Premium Times] The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) on Monday suggested reasons why Nigerians usually fall prey to fake news which is gaining grounds in African media circles.
[New Zimbabwe] Villagers living with HIV and AIDS in Masvingo province’s remote district of Mwenezi are being forced to walk distances of up 150km to collect their quarterly allocations of Anti-Retroviral Drugs (ARVs) from a district centre.
[The Herald] ACTING Prosecutor-General Mr Kumbirai Hodzi turned half blind after opening a letter from an anonymous person, which he found on his desk.
[ISS] Twenty years after the Domestic Violence Act was passed, intimate partner violence remains a serious problem in South Africa. Victims of domestic violence, the police and shelters face numerous challenges in responding to the crisis.
[Swazi Media] King Mswati III, the absolute monarch of Swaziland / Eswatini, told a meeting of the kingdom’s ‘People’s Parliament’ he had been visited by angels whom told him who he should appoint as the kingdom’s new Prime Minister.
[Nation] One person has died and 15 so far rescued from the building that collapsed in Malindi on Friday.
[News24Wire] Media houses need to deeply introspect on their practices and how these might be contributing to democracy or eroding trust, the South African National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) urged this week.
[Premium Times] A 21-year-old undergraduate of University of Port Harcourt, Izeowayi Victor, has won the first edition of the BBC News Pidgin essay competition titled, “Is Africa’s youth ready for political leadership.”