[New Zimbabwe] THE price of fuel has risen for the umpteenth time this year with a litre of diesel now $9.36 while the same quantity of petrol will now be $9.12.
This year was the 25th since the Rwandan Patriotic Front liberated the country, stopping the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi.
[This Day] Abuja -The United Nations yesterday disclosed that Boko Haram conflict had claimed at least 35,000 lives and displaced 1.8 million persons internally between 2009 and 2019, in the North-eastern states of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe.
[Vanguard] Abuja -The Presidency on Sunday said that the Federal Government has neither banned nor restricted importation of food items in the country.
[Nation] Benga musician John Ng'ang'a, alias John DeMathew, has perished in a road crash at Blue Post this evening.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged the Sudanese people to resolve their pending differences through dialogue and uphold the rule of law.
[Capital FM] Popular benga musician John Ng'ang 'a De'Mathew died Sunday night, after ramming a truck on Thika Superhighway.
[New Times] A Rwandan who was on Friday deported by the Ugandan police has said that he has left 60 other Rwandans in the Ugandan prison of Ndorwa in Kabale, Western Uganda.
[New Times] Rwanda's car imports rose to 7055 last year, up from 7,000 in 2017, dominated by second-hand vehicles, according data from Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA).
[Premium Times] The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) on Sunday released the list of 15 winners of the crude oil lifting contracts 2019/2020 under the Direct Sale of Crude Oil and Direct Purchase of Petroleum Products (DSDP) arrangement.
[Premium Times] The U.S. has classified the Nigerian government among those that are not fiscally transparent.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -Sudan's opposition coalition has named five people as civilian members of the country's Sovereign Council, Reuters reports.
[Premium Times] Six months after Nigerians elected new leaders, the electoral commission, INEC, is yet to upload the detailed results of the elections on its website.
[Premium Times] The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Sunday gave reasons why its members attacked former deputy senate president, Ike Ekeremadu, in Germany.
[The Herald] THE High Court has blocked today's planned demonstration by MDC-Alliance in Bulawayo following an urgent chamber application by residents, business community and churches.
[The Herald] The illegal demonstration in Harare's city centre last Friday was a failed attempt at getting Zimbabwe on the agenda of the recently-ended SADC Summit in Tanzania which saw President Mnangagwa assume the chairmanship of the Regional Organ on Politics, Defence and Security.
[The Herald] It will soon be mandatory for newly qualified teachers to know at least four of the 16 Zimbabwe's official languages, a Cabinet minister has said.
[The Herald] GOVERNMENT is understood to be preparing a "meaningful offer" for civil servants as it seeks to address the challenges they face of high prices of goods and services.
[The Herald] Dar es Salaam -in DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania
[Premium Times] Stakeholders have continued to react to the recent directive given by President Muhammadu Buhari to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to restrict forex on food items being imported into the country.
[Nation] Fire razes Githurai furniture market along Thika Road, cause yet to be established.