November 22

  • Kenya: Somalia's Al-Shabab Claims Kenya Bus Attack

    Deutsche Welle

    Islamist militants from the group Al-Shabab have claimed responsibility for a deadly attack near the Kenya-Somalia border. The group singled out non-Muslims and executed them. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'VP Mujuru Has Expelled Herself'

    The Herald

    VICE President Joice Mujuru has literally expelled herself from Zanu-PF by filling nomination papers to contest the position of Vice President and Second Secretary of the party,... Read more »

  • Nigeria: T.B Joshua Asks Court to Stop Coroner's Inquest

    Independent (Lagos)

    Founder of Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet Temitope Joshua, on Friday asked a Lagos State High Court in Ikeja to stop forthwith the coroner's inquest into the... Read more »

  • Kenya: Bodies of the 28 Killed in Mandera Attacks to Be Flown to Nairobi, Police Officer, Teachers Among the Dead

    The Star

    Bodies of the 28 people killed Saturday morning by Al Shabaab militias will be flown to Kenyatta National Hospital mortuary by 6:30 pm. Read more »

  • Kenya: Alshabaab Militants Kill Tens in Mandera

    Dalsan Radio

    The website of the Standard newspaper from Nairobi reported that Al-shabaab militants killed at least 28 persons in Mandera County. The deceased were some of the passengers of a... Read more »

  • Kenya: Muslim Leaders Condemn Religious Motivated Killings

    Capital FM

    Muslim leaders led by Leader of the Majority in the National Assembly Aden Duale have condemned the Saturday morning killing of 28 unarmed Kenyans by suspected Al Shabaab militants... Read more »

  • Kenya: Hunt Down Mandera Killers, Ruto Directs

    Capital FM

    The Government has mobilized all security agencies to hunt down those behind the killing of 28 people in Mandera County Saturday, Deputy President William Ruto has said. Read more »

  • Zambia: Scott Suspended As Party's Interim Leader

    The Herald

    "We regret to inform you that the Central Committee at its last meeting resolved to suspend you from your office for a period of 60 days with immediate effect," the letter dated... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Magaya Stampede Claims 11

    The Herald

    Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya yesterday took the blame for the death of 11 people in a stampede which also left 54 others injured at his... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Goche Discussed Assassination Plot

    The Herald

    Zanu-PF Politburo member Cde Nicholas Goche opened up recently on the sidelines of meetings he held with officials from the Zimbabwe Sugar Cane Milling Union in Chiredzi that war... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: PSL Championship - Will It Be Dynamos or ZPC Kariba?

    New Zimbabwe

    SO it has finally come down to the last 90 minutes of the Castle Lager Premiership to crown the 2014 champions. Read more »

  • Nigeria: PVC - How Prepared Is Inec for 2015 Polls?

    Independent (Lagos)

    With the reports of confusion trailing the distribution of the Permanent Voter Cards (PVC) from almost every part of the country there are a of doubts on the preparedness and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Goche Is a Rhodesian Thief - Mutsvangwa

    New Zimbabwe

    DEPUTY Foreign Affairs Minister Chris Mutsvangwa on Friday labelled Labour Minister Nicholas Goche a "Rhodesian thief" and "chancer" in yet another illustration of the bitter... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Temporary Reprieve for Harare Businessman

    New Zimbabwe

    HARARE businessman, Genius Kadungure, who is facing a R1.5 million fraud charge, breathed a sigh of relief when he was given his passport back to allow him to travel over the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: 2015 Polls - Inec Sets Up Committee

    Independent (Lagos)

    As part of efforts aimed at bracing itself for the challenges of the 2015 General Elections, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has set up fifteen (15) Standing... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nass Fracas - PDP Issues 72 Hours Ultimatum to IG

    Independent (Lagos)

    The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) national leadership yesterday issued a 72 hour ultimatum on the Inspector General of the Nigeria Police to institute full enquiry to unravel the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Laparoscopy Surgery Has Come to Stay in Nigeria - Experts

    Independent (Lagos)

    It is no longer news that knifeless surgery has become the preferred choice of reputable surgeons across the world. However, only few Nigerian public hospitals have yet keyed into... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Tambuwal, Aliyu Plead for Dissident Lawmakers

    Independent (Lagos)

    Senate President, David Mark, on Friday provided insights into his visit to the Green Chamber of the House of Representatives in the heat of the pandemonium that occurred in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Supporters Stage Demo Against Savanhu

    The Herald

    Zanu-PF supporters in Harare yesterday staged a demonstration against Politburo member Cde Tendai Savanhu and three other officials and blocked them from submitting their... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Make Police Holding Cells Liveable

    The Herald

    It is common cause that no normal person wants to go to prison. That is understandable. A prison is not a hotel, least of all a holiday resort. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zifa Chief Knew Bid Was Doomed

    The Herald

    ZIFA chief executive Jonathan Mashingaidze knew that Zimbabwe did not fulfil the requirements of the Confederation of African Football to host the 2017 Nations Cup finals, but let... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Preps for Miss Harare Junior Hot Up

    The Herald

    ALL is set for this year's edition of Miss Harare Junior beauty pageant. The prestigious show is running under the theme "Beauty with a Purpose" and will see a bevy of at least 25... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Last Supper for Pasuwa

    The Herald

    THIS appears to be the end of the road for Callisto Pasuwa, with the three-time championship-winning coach set to preside over his swansong Premiership assignment with the Glamour... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Lawyer Mugiya Faces Fraud Charges

    The Herald

    Lawyer Norman Mugiya (33) appeared in court last Thursday with 24 Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers based at Ntabazinduna Police Training Depot on allegations of forging... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Let Us Bring Credibility to Examination System

    The Herald

    Writing an examination is no simple matter. It is not just children who get worked up when they hear that exams are approaching. Even grown men and women are affected. The mere... Read more »

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