[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.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A meeting of the CCM National Executive Committee (NEC) on Monday, May 28, 2018, elected six Central Committee (CC) members.
[allAfrica] Activists and victims of some of the worst crimes committed in West Africa sat down together in Banjul, Gambia recently to talk about how to bring to justice more people responsible for these crimes.
[CAJ News] Luanda -Angola has destroyed more than 14 000 landmines planted in the country during its 27-year civil war.
[Nation] The Teachers Service Commission is hiring 8,672 teachers to support a new Government policy to have all primary school leavers enrolled into secondary schools.
[Nation] Public universities have started cracking the whip on striking lecturers and other staff as the industrial action enters its third month on Tuesday.
[Deutsche Welle] Billions of dollars in remittances flowed to Africa in 2017. The money could go further if it wasn’t more expensive to send money to Africa than anywhere else in the world, a new World Bank study finds.
[The Conversation Africa] Some African countries have recorded democratic victories in the past 12 months. Ethiopia has a new leader whose ascent holds great promise for change, despite the country’s problematic 2015 election.