[Shabait] Asmara -Senior Eritrean delegation comprising Eritrea’s Foreign Minister, Mr. Osman Saleh, Mr. Yemane Gebreab, Head of PFDJ Political Affairs and Mr. Hagos Gebrehiwet, Head of PFDJ Economic Affairs, has attended on 18 August at the sworn in of the President of Ruanda, Mr. Paul Kagame.
[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari has written the National Assembly, notifying the lawmakers of his return from a 103-day medical vacation in London and his subsequent resumption of duty, an official has said.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -A pregnant waitress lost her baby after she was pushed by Robert Mugabe jnr at a Sandton hotel, according to TimesLive.
[Daily Trust] Medina -Four officials of the Saudi Arabian Customs Service have been arrested over alleged torturing of two Nigerian pilgrims at the Medina International Airport last Thursday.
[New Times] Azam Rwanda Premier League side Bugesera FC will go into the 2017/18 campaign, which starts on September 29, aiming to challenge for trophies. Bugersera finished in fifth place last season with 50 points.
[Cameroon Tribune] After conceding two defeats, the vice champions of Africa are working hard to secure victories in the remaining matches.
[Daily Maverick] The Gupta family’s Oakbay Investments announced on Monday it had sold its media companies ANN7 and The New Age to their ally Mzwanele “Jimmy” Manyi. His history shows the outlets are likely to continue as mouthpieces for government factions. By GREG NICOLSON.
[SAnews.gov.za] The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has paid tribute to outgoing Presidents Eduardo Dos Santos of Angola and Botswana’s Seretse Khama Ian Khama.
[UN News] The European Union’s new policy on Mediterranean Sea rescues threatens life and breaches international standards, two United Nations independent human experts today cautioned.
[CSJNews] Rising cases of sexually transmitted infections in prisons have re-ignited the question of whether Malawi should allow condoms use in penal institutions.