[New Zimbabwe] After initial denial her marriage was under threat, raunchy dancer, Beverly ‘Bev’ Sibanda has released images and chats shared between her husband and his lover.
[Premium Times] Abba Risqua announced his withdrawal from politics in 2017 to face his businesses.
Nigeria: As #TwitterBan Enters Second Week, Hopes of Restoration Rest On Twitter's Talks With Nigerian Govt
[Premium Times] Twitter says it is ready to meet for an open discussion with the Nigerian government to address mutual concerns and see the service restored
[Premium Times] Nollywood starlet, Rebecca Akinsulire, has been starring in notable Nigerian movies since 2013 with the hope of becoming a household name.
[Premium Times] The emir’s suspension followed an attack on Friday by bandits in Zurmi local government area of Zamfara which claimed at least 61 lives.
[This Day] The federal government has suspended the salaries of 331 civil servants on the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) platform following their failure to carry out the online records update that is being implemented in the Ministries,… Read More »Nigeria: Govt Suspends Salaries of 331 Civil Servants Over IPPIS Non-Compliance
[Premium Times] Two separate elections are being planned for Monday.
[AfricaFocus] Editor’s Note: “Fossil fuel companies are having a big reckoning with climate change this week. Shareholders for Exxon and Chevron voted for measures that could force them to take more responsibility for their emissions, while a Dutch court is… Read More »Africa: Bad Days for Big Oil (Except in the GOP)
[Premium Times] President Buhari’s answers to the questions posed by Arise TV followed a pattern set in an interview he granted two years ago to the same medium.
[Daily Trust] Is a critic oathed to only hunt for faults? Should he be impervious to hope, optimism and positivity or should he be amenable to fairness, truth and sanguinity – even if the facts are not in harmony with… Read More »Nigeria: Insecurity Remains a Snag, but Buhari Has Done Well On Infrastructure