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[Premium Times] The World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged Africa governments to use domestic resources to fund core Tuberculosis (TB) control services in their countries
[Nairobi News] Uganda's Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has been airlifted to Nairobi for treatment, Nairobi News understands.
[New Times] The Ministry of Health has urged Rwandans to undertake screening for tuberculosis at the earliest opportunity, in order to get early treatment and reduce chances of acquiring preventable deaths associated with the disease.
[New Times] It was a carnival- like atmosphere inside the gigantic Intare Conference Arena in Rusororo, as Nigerian pop sensation Burna Boy brought down a full house at his "Burna Boy Experience in Kigali" concert Saturday night.
[Nairobi News] An upcoming Kenyan gospel musician, Christonimph Wambui, better known as Vivah, was among the 12 people who perished in a grisly road accident along the Nairobi-Nakuru highway on Friday.
[Nairobi News] Secular musician Esther Akoth, aka Akothee, has won praises for helping raise more than Sh3 million to assist the people of Turkana county who are facing starvation.
[Zimbabwe Standard] Many sad and disturbing stories have been told and continue to be told about Cyclone Idai, which has claimed the lives of hundreds of people in Zimbabwe and neighbouring Mozambique. For 15-year-old Noah Zimbeva, a survivor of the devastation, the experience remains unique to him and his family.
[Nation] Teachers union boss Wilson Sossion has asked tutors to boycott training on the new competency-based curriculum, saying it is bound to fail.
[Guardian] Abuja -President Muhammadu Buhari at the weekend said the Federal Government was committed to making education affordable to youths through the open and distance learning (ODL) system.
[Nation] On Tuesday, March 5, 2019 Rev Peter Kaniah, the secretary general of the Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA), dispatched letters to the 56 presbyteries across the country calling on them to come to the aid of one of their real estate projects -- the Sh1.7 billion Milele Beach Hotel in Mombasa.
[New Times] The latest addition to the growing list of products is the Kigali city sightseeing double decker bus, which was unveiled yesterday by Kigali City Tour Ltd, Rwanda Development Board, and the City of Kigali.
[Citizen] Tanga -Organizers of Tanga International Trade Fair (TITF) have embarked on a strategy to market Tanga Region to investors in the tourism sector during this year's trade fair.
The museum called on visitors to behave more respectfully after finding photos of people balancing on the tracks at the former Nazi death camp. "There are better places to learn how to walk on a balance beam," it said.
An exhibition of art focusing on Michael Jackson is opening in Bonn's Bundeskunsthalle, amid fresh controversy over the singer's alleged abuse of children. The show's organizers say they want to open the debate.
[Daily Trust] The Police Command in Anambra State has arrested three persons allegedly involved in production and circulation of a viral video where a nude woman was humiliated.
[Ilizwi263] Controversial businessman, Ginimbi, posted a video in which he asks a young girl to show him her breasts. Vimbaishe Musvaburi gives her reaction.
[Dalsan Radio] Approximately 70 Somali businesswomen have been taken through a forum to support access to finance for women-led enterprises, attended by esteemed ministers from the Jubaland Ministry of Women, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Ministry of Fishery and Marine Resources, and Ministry of Trade and Commerce.