[Premium Times] The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, on Wednesday in Kano said Nigeria has about 60 million illiterate youth and adults.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Bangkok -Poor diets are among the top causes of ill health globally, accounting for nearly one in five deaths, according to a study published on Thursday that called on governments and businesses to do more to improve eating habits.
[News24Wire] A suspect has been ben arrested and charged with the murder of Irish charity worker John Curran, Western Cape police confirmed on Saturday.
[Citizen] Dodoma -The government has vowed to establish a register of mine owners and shareholders in mining firms across the country as it seeks to ensure transparency in the extractive sector.
[Nation] A hawker suspected to have stabbed Nyeri political activist Joan Muthoni Mathai to death using a knife will remain in police custody for 10 days to allow police complete investigations, a Nyeri court has ordered.
[Capital FM] Kenya -Uchumi Supermarket has appointed John Karani as an Interim Chairman of the Board.
[Nation] One person has died and 15 so far rescued from the building that collapsed in Malindi on Friday.
[Monitor] Kampala -The National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) has attributed the water shortage in parts of Kampala at the weekend to a network failure on the supply system at Centenary Park.
[News24Wire] The rape trial of pastor Timothy Omotoso is expected to continue on Monday in the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth.
[Nation] Jomo Kenyatta Foundation is recalling its Grade Two English textbook following criticism over questionable content, as pressure mounts on the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) to enhance its vetting.