[Observer] For the last five years, Kate (now 15 years old) has been a street child in Kampala, hustling to make ends meet.
[Nation] The Great Rift Valley Lodge was the unlikely setting last Friday for what could pass as the proverbial night of long knives for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
[Times of Zambia] “It has been my cherished dream to meet you” Indian President Ram Nath Kovind said when he met first Republican President Kenneth Kaunda yesterday describing him as a pillar for Zambia’s unity.
[Vanguard] Some 12 U.S. soldiers have trained Nigerian troops on a six-week advice-and-assist mission in Jaji, Kaduna State, Pentagon has said.
[VOA] Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the South African icon who fought tirelessly, visibly, and at great personal cost to bring racial equality to South Africa, is being celebrated in death with vows that her struggle will continue.
[News24Wire] There will be no bloodshed in the quest for land, Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema said on Wednesday.
[Vanguard] Abuja -The Federal Government has made clarification on the confusion trailing the whereabouts of recovered loots, insisting that they were being paid into dedicated accounts with the Central Bank of Nigeria.
[News24Wire] The man accused of starting a fire on Table Mountain earlier this week, attempted to “apologise for [his] actions” when he made his first appearance in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on Thursday.
[The Conversation Africa] Former South African president Jacob Zuma’s court appearance carries huge significance for the country. That’s because his criminal trial is not merely about public outrage at state capture and corruption in high political offices.
[Daily Trust] Last Tuesday’s National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), no doubt, has thrown up new political permutations in the party when it becomes obvious that the current set of leaders led by Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, might not go beyond June 30.