[Nation] Several hospitals in Nyanza and Western regions are grappling with a growing demand for dialysis services.
[News24Wire] Julius Malema has denied that he asked for help with his taxes or that he accepted the South African Revenue Service’s (SARS) version of events regarding the “rogue unit”.
[Dalsan Radio] President Farmajo has appointed a youthful Odowaa Yusuf as the commander of the Somalia National Army. This is the latest appointment in the last 22 months in which he has been moved to senior positions within the military.
[Premium Times] The Benue State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) said eight of its members had died in a road accident while traveling for a campaign rally in the state.
[Nation] Efforts to curb Kenya’s latest cholera outbreak have been hampered by a nurses’ strike that enters its 54th day Wednesday, putting the lives of hundreds of patients at great risk.
[AI London]Footage of South African police tying a Mozambican man to the back of a police vehicle and dragging him down the road has been making headlines across the world.