[Times of Zambia] More cholera cases have been reported in Lusaka with the Ministry of Health placing the city on high alert.
[Daily News] Arusha -The Prime Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa, has said that the government was planning to construct world class roads in all major cities including flyovers.
[News24Wire] Those who instigated violent protests around parts of Tshwane in the lead-up to the 2016 municipal elections were responsible for the violence in Atteridgeville during the anti-immigrant march on Friday, says Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga.
[News24Wire] The African Diaspora Forum (ADF) called on the government to stop making statements that criminalise people from other African countries amid fears that Friday’s xenophobic attacks in Tshwane could spread to other parts of South Africa.
[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -President Jacob Zuma says South Africa is not a xenophobic country and the human rights of all people are respected.
[Nation] Economist David Ndii is leading a six-member team preparing a formula to be used to pick the opposition National Super Alliance presidential candidate.
[Nyasa Times] Police in Lilongwe fired in the air and tear gassed people to disperse an angry mob that was baying for the blood of a local pastor in Lilongwe’s Area 25 Township after reports that he had turned into a giant snake – which turned out to be a hoax.
[GroundUp]When the Madlingozi family in Mfuleni extended their shack without authorisation, the City of Cape Town removed the extensions, amidst a dispute over the facts. Jared Sacks argues that the City presented its position without checking the facts.
[Malawi News Agency]Salima -United Democratic Front (UDF) shadow Councilor for Kalonga Ward in Salima, Kachoko Hamimu, said he would fight for the construction of a sports stadium in Salima as one way of improving sports activities in the district.
[IPS]Lusaka -It is seven in the morning and Georgina Musende, 56, of Kamanga Township, which just lies east of the Zambian capital Lusaka, is already sweating as she digs into the dry earth. Every time the hoe hits the ground, the dust engulfs her.