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Zambia seeks more money to contain cholera outbreak

The Zambian Government said that it needs more money to contain a cholera outbreak which started in October 2017.

Zambia increases petrol price to $1.41 per litre as local currency weakens

Zambia’s energy regulator has said fuel prices will increase from midnight on Monday due to rising international oil prices and the depreciation of the local currency ,kwacha.

Dead civil servant buried with money to ‘bribe’ God

The body of a Ugandan civil servant who was buried with Shs200m to “bribe” God, has been exhumed.

Naira may depreciate on dollar shortage

The naira may depreciate against the United States dollar at the parallel market on dollar shortage next week.

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ICPC set to arraign former OAU lecturer over sex-for-marks scandal

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) is set to arraign a former lecturer of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Richard Akindele, at the Federal High Court, Osogbo, for allegedly demanding sex from one of his students, Monica Osagie, in order to upgrade her academic result from fail to pass.

Another 116 stranded Nigerians return from Libya

The returnees who had tried to proceed to Europe en-route Libya were repatriated from the North African country by International Organisation for Migration (IOM).