“Pressures are needed to ensure that the transition process in Mali, which is halfway to its conclusion, is not aborted.”
The Zambian government has declared 21 days of national mourning with flags flying at half mast and all entertainment events suspended.
Former president of Côte d’Ivoire, Laurent Gbagbo, has boarded a flight in Brussels to return home for the first time since he was ousted from power in 2011.
The violent wind uprooted an old tree and it fell on a car that was carrying five people.
At least seven persons have been killed in taxi-related shootings, reveals South Africa’s Public Transport and Road Infrastructure.
A Central Africa official declared: “we can’t keep allowing foreigners to come and kill Central Africans on their land.”
One of the police officers from the Newcastle Police Station was said to have killed the man without provocation.
“The casualties were mostly recruits joining the Somali National Army (SNA).”
“We don’t want to be caught unawares or find out later that our citizens are ahead of us.”
Mr Lungu, 64, is campaigning for another term with elections coming up in August.