[News24Wire] Police have activated a 72-hour reaction plan to hunt down the suspects responsible for the vandalism of Eersterust police station in Tshwane on Thursday.
[News24Wire] The two men who died after an attack at a Malmesbury mosque in Cape Town were laid to rest on Thursday.
[New Times] Prosecution has said that a Genocide fugitive who was on Thursday arrested in Yaoundé, Cameroon was one of the most wanted masterminds of the Genocide against the Tutsi.
[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.
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE Elections Commission (ZEC) chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba told legislators this Thursday that the poll agency is ready for elections despite having a $50 million funding shortfall.
[Guardian] Nigeria sold $2.5 billion of Eurobonds as it sought to lower funding costs by using the notes to refinance higher-yielding naira debt.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Nigeria must avoid harming the Chibok girls in its reported bombardment of a forest hideout used by the Boko Haram militants who seized them, parents and activists said on Thursday.
[VOA] The United States expressed grave concerns Thursday about Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga’s “self-inauguration” and rejected actions that undermine Kenya’s Constitution and the rule of law, while urging the government to respect freedom of expression and implement court orders calling for restoration of television broadcasts.
[Vanguard] Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Thursday officially registered as a member of the Coalition for Nigeria Movement (CNM), a group now commonly reffered to as the “third force”.
[Premium Times] An Abuja Division of the Federal High Court has affirmed the decision of the Senate to reject Ibrahim Magu as chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu.