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September 08

  • Nigeria: NiMet Predicts Cloudy Conditions, Localised Rains for Tuesday

    Leadership

    The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has predicted cloudy weather conditions with chances of rains over Makurdi, Lokoja and their neighbouring cities like Ibi, Jalingo and... Read more »

  • Sudan: Floods Damage Vast Tracts of Farmland in Northern Sudan, South Darfur

    Radio Dabanga

    Large parts of the River Nile state in northern Sudan were flooded on Sunday. In South Darfur, torrents destroyed more than 1,000 plots of farmland, and about 200 homes. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Dar Compete With 'Giants' On Climate

    Daily News

    THREE major Tanzanian urban centres namely Dar es Salaam, Arusha and Moshi have been nominated to represent Tanzania in a global competition whereby countries are required to... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Yes, Rains Are Likely to Trigger Diseases

    Daily News

    THE predicted short rains are here. The weather agency has predicted heavy rains on the Indian Ocean coastal belt that are coupled with floods, especially in low-lying areas. Read more »



September 07

  • Ethiopia: Uphold Umbrella

    Addis Fortune

    It is commen to see a queue of people on every taxi stations in Addis Abeba looking for transport. As part of proposed solution to the transport problem in Addis Abeba, a light... Read more »

  • Nigeria: 'Our Killer-Flood Story'

    Vanguard

    When houses are built on the waterway, they tend to replace the natural surfaces that store rainwater with hard, impervious surfaces thereby diverting water and pollution away from... Read more »

  • Sudan: Red Sea State MP Warns for Famine in Eastern Sudan

    Radio Dabanga

    A member of the Red Sea State parliament has warned for a famine in the state. Speaking to Radio Dabanga from Port Sudan on Friday, Hamed Idris, MP for Agig constituency, said that... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Six Dead, Property Worth Millions Lost in Gombe Flood

    This Day

    Six people have been confirmed dead, several others displaced and property worth millions of Naira destroyed during Friday's afternoon downpour in Gombe metropolis. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Climate Change and the Effect On Food Production in Nigeria

    Daily Independent

    The effect of climate change is not only on the environment. Read more »

  • Eritrea: Condition of Forests and Livestock in Kerkebet Sub-Zone Expressed in Good Condition

    Shabait

    Mr. Abderhim Idris, the Administrator of Kerkebet sub-zone, explained that the condition of forests and livestock are in good condition as a result of this year's satisfactory... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Flood Sacks Communities in Imo

    Daily Independent

    Heavy rainfall in Imo State has taken its toll on some communities and urban centres, with buildings and farmlands completely washed away by surging flood. Read more »



September 06

  • Zimbabwe: Normal Rainfall Season Forecast

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE is likely to receive normal rainfall throughout the 2014-15 cropping season, though some areas will experience dry spells towards the end of the season. Read more »

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