[African Arguments] Over a hundred African writers call on the AU and SADC to end their silence and suspend Zimbabwe.
[African Arguments] For three months, a few colleagues and I travelled across West Africa discovering the many things that bind us together... alongside Jollof Rice.
[HRW] Celebrate Year in Office with Pledge to End Repressive Laws, Protect Women's Rights
[SAnews.gov.za] After a rapid rise in COVID-19 infections over the last two months, the daily increase in infections appears to be stabilising, particularly in the Western Cape, Gauteng and Eastern Cape.
[Leadership] Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, yesterday ordered reopening of worship centres in the state with effect from the 7th of August, saying positivity cases of the COVID-19 pandemic has reduced in the state.
[The Exchange] While most other East African countries are expected to fall into a recession for the remainder of the year, Tanzania's economy is actually expected to grow.
[Ethiopian Herald] The African Development Bank approved grants worth about 41.16 million USD to Djibouti to bolster the national budget in support of government efforts to mitigate national and regional impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Africa Development Bank.
[New Republic] The Liberian government on Saturday said it has set up a commission to probe an attack on two opposition leaders in Grand Gedeh county, a statement from the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism said.
[Ethiopian Herald] Angola discussions that took place last week is a major pillar of the strong dialogue and cooperation between OPEC and African producing nations. The Chamber welcomes these discussions and encourages more collaboration as Angola and others will benefit from market stability, according to Apo group.
[Zimbabwe Standard] The arrest of award-winning Zimbabwean author Tsitsi Dangarembga, a nominee for this year's Booker Prize, and several political activists on Friday has invited global condemnation and demands for their immediate release.
[Zimbabwe Standard] ZIMBABWE football has been thrown into mourning once again following the death of another football administrator and former Dynamos chairman Phillip Mugadza.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Traditional leaders to take lessons on ending gender violence in nation with high rates of abuse against women