[Nation] Catholic bishops reiterated their opposition to the use of condoms to fight HIV/Aids, calling for abstinence among unmarried couples.
[Nairobi News] A tweet by President Uhuru Kenyatta on China’s $60 billion kitty for development in Africa was met by angry comments from Kenyans.
[Nation] Ministers in charge of implementing the Northern Corridor Integration Projects (NCIP) in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and South Sudan have until September to conclude financing agreements for construction of Standard Gauge Railway in the region.
[New Zimbabwe] THE “patriotic and revolutionary” thing for President Emmerson Mnangagwa to do now is retire and allow the country to move, the Zanu PF leader’s biggest electoral rival has said.
[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday announced that the the government will conduct a lifestyle audit of all public officers.
[Nation] The woman who was shot dead by police over the weekend left her home in the wee hours of the night before arriving at City Park at 8am.
[Monitor] Kampala -A deal to install closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras across the country to curb murders has raised funding queries after the police got Shs60b to spend on them in two months before the end of the current financial year.
[VOA] A spike in inter-communal violence in central Mali has sent about 3,000 people fleeing to Burkina Faso over the past few weeks, the U.N. refugee agency reports.
WHEN Kenya launched its new railway last year, connecting the coastal city of Mombasa to the capital, Nairobi, passenger tickets sold out. Travelling between the country’s two biggest cities overland had meant crowding into a bus for 12 hours, or riding the old British-built railway, which might have taken 24 hours.
[Times of Zambia] FIRST Republican president Kenneth Kaunda has urged Congolese President Joseph Kabila to continue promoting peace and unity in the neighbouring country.