HARARE - Zimbabwe's central bank has said the introduction of bond notes early November is on course, with educational campaigns expected to start on October 31.
Khartoum - On Sunday, the residents of El Jireif in Khartoum state took to the streets in protest against the confiscation of their lands.
RABAT - The death toll in a road accident near the Moroccan city of Casablanca rose to 11, local media reported on Tuesday.
ABUJA - A group of Chinese companies with strategic partners in Nigeria on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish the latest technology and biggest Direct-To-Home digital television across all states in the West African country.
Ouagadougou - An extremist network that had been trying to recruit people for al-Qaeda linked movements in the Sahel has been dismantled in Burkina Faso.
ALGIERS - China has maintained its pole position as the largest commercial supplier of Algeria during the first nine months of 2016 with a trading volume of about 6.2 billion U.S. dollars, according to figures provided by Customs' National Center for Data and Statistics on Monday.
Guateng - Two trains have collided in South Africa resulting in the death of one person with 122 having sustained injuries.
Bokho - As Senegal pushes to become a regional player in renewables on a continent where the majority remain off-grid, the country at the weekend officially launched a new 20-megawatt solar power plant in Bokho, north of the country.
Maputo - President Paul Kagame, yesterday, arrived in Maputo, Mozambique, for a two-day State visit and was received by his host President Filipe Nyusi.