[The Conversation Africa] Perfidious Albion is a phrase that was used a great deal in the late 18th and early 19th century to describe Britain's reputation in Europe for bad faith, reneging on agreements and outright treachery in her diplomacy and treaty making.
[Vanguard] Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, Thursday, said the Federal Government is considering a law that will make it compulsory for every girl child to attain at least secondary school education.
[CAJ News] Lagos -DJIBOUTI has become the newest member of Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), an international investment grade multilateral finance institution investing in key infrastructure projects across Africa.
[VOA] The United Nations says there will be "serious repercussions" if U.N. peacekeepers in South Sudan failed to protect women being raped outside a U.N. protection-of-civilians site, as reported Wednesday.
[Financial Gazette] VICE President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday survived a planned purge by his foes, as mutinous war veterans backing his bid for power remained defiant, warning that they were prepared to die for expressing their dissatisfaction with the ruling ZANU-PF.
[Nyasa Times] Malawi government is working on banning harmful cultural practises following revelations of a rular man from Nsanje, Eric Aniva who confessed to defiling young girls and sleeping with widows when he was HIV positive.