- Malawi: Corruption Depriving Malawi of Revenue From Mining Sector
[Nyasa Times] Chairperson of the Natural Resources Justice Network (NRJN) Kossam Munthali says corruption continues to deprive Malawi of the much-needed of revenue collection from the m [...]
- Mozambique: Access to Justice Remains Challenge for Mozambicans
[AIM] Maputo — Mozambican Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario declared on Monday that access to justice remains a major challenge for the great majority of Mozambicans, particul [...]
- Africa: U.S.-Africa Trade Policy Faces Uncertain Future
[allAfrica] Washington, DC — U.S. trade policy toward Africa is facing a conundrum. Much has changed in the two decades since the African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) set the fram [...]
- South Africa: Minister Sisulu Welcomes Germany's Decision to Remove SA From the 'Red List' Countries
[SAnews.gov.za] Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has thanked the German government for removing South Africa from the COVID-19 red list.
- Burundi: Covid-19 – Burundi Suspends Social Gatherings on Weekdays
[East African] Burundi on Monday announced that it had suspended social gatherings on weekdays to curb spread of Covid-19.
- Zimbabwe: Mighty Warriors Team Manager Ordered Out of Camp
[The Herald] Few days before their departure for the COSAFA Championships, Mighty Warriors team manager Tafadzwa Bhasera has been relieved of her duties.
- Zimbabwe: Tougher Penalties for Marrying Off Underage Girls – Chiefs
[The Herald] Chiefs in Kariba district have resolved to impose stiffer fines on people who fail to report, marry off underage girls in a bid to curb cases of child marriage.
- Sudan: Ruling Council Says Coup Attempt Contained, Situation Under Control
[RFI] Sudanese authorities have reportedly contained a failed coup attempt and the situation has been brought under control, a member of the country's ruling council said on Tuesda [...]
- Nigeria: Time to Ransom the Psycho-Social Trauma of Nigeria's Kidnapping Epidemic
[allAfrica] "He is the one! That's him!" Those were the words my brother heard before four uniformed men grabbed him at the store five minutes from his home in Port Harco [...]
- South Africa: No Ransom Paid to Alleged Hackers – Department of Justice
[SAnews.gov.za] The Justice and Constitutional Development Department has clarified a media report that hackers demanded a R33 million ransom, following a ransomware attack on the depar [...]
- South Africa: Protection of Whistleblowers Key to Fighting Corruption
[SAnews.gov.za] Special Investigating Unit (SIU) head, Advocate Andy Mothibi, says whistleblowers remain an important aspect to combatting corruption.
- Uganda: Govt Rejects Sex Workers, Drunks As Blood Donors
[Monitor] Uganda Blood Transfusion Services has said it no longer accepts blood from drunkards and donors with multiple sexual partners to avoid incurring losses.