Tanzanian police say Africa's youngest billionaire Mohammed Dewji, who is now free, has indicated to them that his abductors spoke a Southern African language, confirming suspicions that the kidnappers were foreigners.
Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF is reportedly embroiled in fresh infighting, as war veterans who were instrumental in President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s rise want former cabinet ministers kicked out from the party.
The International Committee of the Red Cross says it has assisted in the release of 24 people detained in relation to South Sudan's civil war, calling it the first release the organisation has supervised since the latest peace deal was signed last month.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The vehicle that police believe was used by unknown gunmen to abduct billionaire Mohammed Dewji 'MO' has been towed to Oyster Bay Police Station in the city from force's headquarters.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -Sugarcane farmers can finally afford a smile after President Uhuru Kenyatta directed the Ministry of Agriculture and the Treasury to come up with a framework to pay outstanding debts.
[Nation] The embattled chairman of the Murang'a Water and Sanitation Company (Muwasco), Peter Munga, has suffered yet another blow after Murang'a High Court declined to issue conservatory orders restraining Governor Mwangi Wa Iria from replacing him at the water firm.
[Daily News] RETIRED High Court Judges Agathon Nchimbi and Gad Mjemmas have advised in-service members of the bench to ensure the Judiciary remains an impartial and fearless institution by dispensing justice and advocating equality before the law, according to their oaths.
[Daily News] Ms Neema Lugangira has emerged one of five Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) winners to be awarded and receive an investment capital to the tune of 3,500 euros in the first edition of Scaling Up Nutrition Pitch Competition.