[Nation] Transport has been paralysed along the busy Likoni-Lunga Lunga Highway after River Ramisi burst its banks.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The government yesterday delivered a warning to people who are emerging to claim that they are survivors of the MV Nyerere tragedy in the hope of profiting from money collected by the disaster committee.
[Deutsche Welle] After years of fighting and failed peace initiatives in South Sudan, the country’s President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar have signed a power sharing deal which would see Machar reinstated as a vice-president.
[ISS] Five more countries recently signed up to join the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) – one of the African Union’s (AU) biggest continental agreements to date. There is also steady progress on ratifications. But can the momentum be sustained?
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Newly appointed members of the cabinet have reacted to President John Magufuli’s mini cabinet reshuffle announced by State House on Sunday.
[East African] Rwanda has received the green light to continue borrowing in foreign markets, after global rating agency Moody’s this week affirmed its B2 long-term rating.
[News24Wire] The nationwide bus strike is expected to continue on Tuesday, with Western Cape commuters facing additional travel delays due to long-awaited rain and possible localised flooding.
[News24Wire] Fatal accidents involving pedestrians during the Easter weekend in KwaZulu-Natal have been described as a major blow to the province.
[Premium Times] Dana Air on Thursday said it welcomes the resolve of the Nigerian government to carry out a complete audit of its operation.
[This is Africa] Zimbabwe’s government has announced that it has reviewed the country’s visa requirements to elevate 29 Category C countries to category B level which allows visas on arrival. The new travel regime allows visas on arrival for SADC members and several international countries.