[Namibian] NAMIBIA’S land question could trigger economic collapse, conflict and undermine peace and stability if it is not handled well, warned some white farmers.
[Nation] Police have tear-gassed Kenyatta National Hospital staff who staged a go-slow on Monday morning over non-payment of their health service allowances.
[New Zimbabwe] The Head of the African Union Election Observation Mission (AUEOM) to Zimbabwe Hailemariam Desalegn who arrived in the country Tuesday said he was pleased with the country’s progress towards Monday’s general elections.
[Africa Renewal] Dilla -Over 800,000 internally displaced persons are living without adequate shelter and safe sanitation in Ethiopia, resulting in a worsening humanitarian situation further exacerbated by cold, wet weather brought on by the rainy season.
[Swazi Media] The first-ever LGBTI Pride parade to be held in the deeply conservative kingdom of Swaziland / Eswatini took place on Saturday (30 June 2018). About 500 people took part in a march.
[New Times] President Paul Kagame has said that the business as usual approach by the African Union has to change as the continent seeks transformation.
[Reporter] Almost twenty years under “no war, no peace” situation, the subsequent governments of Ethiopia and Eritrea are finally coming to the negotiation table to resolve their difference and implement the longstanding Algiers Agreement that has put a stop to the 1998-2000 boarder clash.
[allAfrica] Eskom spokesperson, Khulu Phasiwe, has – via his Twitter account – announced the start of load shedding across the country for a full day.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Nairobi -Maasai herders near Tanzania’s famous Serengeti wildlife park have asked a regional court to stop the government intimidating witnesses supporting their legal bid to return to their ancestral land, a lawyer for the community said on Thursday.
[East African] East African Community partner states have once again rebuffed Kenya’s push to remove restrictions on investors in Export Processing Zones (EPZs) and allow them to sell more products to the regional market.