[Capital FM] Nairobi -- Harambee Stars captain Victor Wanyama was on the scoresheet and was named man of the match as his Canadian club Impact Montreal beat DC United 3-2 on Sunday to make it to the Major League Soccer (MLS) play-offs on the final day of the regular season.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU-Kenya) Secretary-General Francis Atwoli has been forced to take back remarks he made in 2019 when he declared that incumbent US President Donald Trump will win a second term.
[Vanguard] Asaba -- Delta State Government, weekend, said it has unravelled the cause of deaths of over 30 youths in Ute-Okpu, Ute-Erumu and Idumesa communities in Ika North East Local Government Area of the State, saying the deaths were caused by yellow fever.
[Monitor] When business partners Gillian Kobusingye and Sharon Rutega lost their logistics business following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic early this yeåar, it did not at that moment occur to them that there would be a window for innovation.
[Vanguard] No fewer than 400 herdsmen were reportedly arrested while over 7,629 cows, 210 sheep and other livestock were impounded for violating the Benue State Open Grazing and Ranches Establishment Law of 2017.
[The Conversation Africa] The shooting of #EndSARS protesters by Nigerian soldiers has brought to the fore again the controversial issue of soldiers being used to quell civil protests. Wale Fatade, from The Conversation Africa, asked Kester Onor how Nigeria could resolve this conundrum.
[The Conversation Africa] Protests and social mobilisation are the lifeblood of democracy. They enable the discontent of citizens to be communicated to political elites between elections, and when intra-institutional processes have lost their efficacy. But most protests never lead to sustainable change. They peter out because of one or other reformist measure. Or they lose support because they tend to take on violent overtones.
[The Conversation Africa] Cabo Delgado, the northernmost province of Mozambique, has been under attack for three years. The violence was triggered in 2017 when armed men attacked a police station, killing one police officer and critically injuring another. Locals identified the assailants as "al-shabaab", alluding to an Islamic connection.
[The Conversation Africa] We don't just taste food. Aromas, visual images, sounds and touch are equally part of our eating experience. Food also evokes feelings. We can experience it with joy but also with displeasure. This sensorily evocative power of food makes it an important site for remembering the past, which in turn influences our relation to food in the present.
[Govt of Liberia] The President of the Republic, H.E. Dr. George Manneh Weah, has reiterated his commitment to fight corruption as vigorously as possible in order to meet the growing hopes and aspirations of Liberians for socioeconomic transformation.
[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has sent a congratulatory message to Joe Biden on his US presidential saying he looked forward to working with him to improve cooperation between the two hostile countries.
[New Zimbabwe] INCARCERATED journalist Hopewell Chin'ono says he is not worried about being sent back to prison but is determined to continue investigating and exposing corruption and other vices as a scribe.
[AIM] Maputo -- The Mozambican defence and security forces killed 33 islamist terrorists last Tuesday in the Pundanhar administrative post, in Palma district, in the northern province of Cabo Delgado, according to a report in Friday's issue of the independent newssheet "Carta de Mocambique".
[Greenpeace] On August 6, Mauritius local time, the MV Wakashio began to leak it's heavy fuel oil offshore of Pointe d'Esny, south of Mauritius, two weeks after the Japanese bulk carrier ran aground on a coral reef. Sensitive ecosystems in Mauritius' lagoon and shoreline have been contaminated and might take decades to recover. Furthermore, four mariners who have lost their lives or have gone missing and thousands of dead sea creatures, including over 50 whales and dolphins - though the link between these tragedies and
[RSF] Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the lack of transparency about the public health situation in Tanzania since the start of the coronavirus epidemic and calls on the authorities to guarantee access to essential information. Press freedom, which has been drastically curtailed for years, must also be guaranteed.