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July 29

  • Libya: Libya Says Italy to Help Fight Depot Blaze

    Deutsche Welle

    Libya says seven fire-fighting planes are being sent by Italy and the Italian energy giant ENI to douse the inferno at a Tripoli oil depot. Fighting between militias nearby has... Read more »

  • Sudan: South Darfur Camp Without Water for More Than a Week

    Radio Dabanga

    The residents of the Otash camp for the displaced in Nyala locality, South Darfur, are suffering from an acute drinking water crisis for more than a week. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Oil, Gas Waste Firm Forms Environment Team in Mtwara

    Daily News

    AN oil and gas waste committee has been formed to ensure that local community leaders have a say in environmental management in Mtwara Municipality. Read more »

  • Liberia: Concession Monitoring Templates Validated


    The National Bureau of Concessions (NBC), in collaboration with participating Ministries and Agencies including the Ministries of Finance, Lands, Mines & Energy, the... Read more »

  • Ghana: KPFI Engages in Clean-Up Exercise and Medical Screening

    Ghanaian Chronicle

    The Kingdom Power Family International (KPFI) was established 15 years ago, and to mark the anniversary, the church is organising a series of programmes and events. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Lokoja Residents Bemoan Crushing Heat


    THE absence of rainfall for over a week is causing excessive heat in Kogi State, where residents, especially of the state capital, Lokoja, have become apprehensive of possible... Read more »

  • Zambia: Two Zambian Students Drown in Eastern Cape

    Zambia Reports

    Two Zambian students from Rhodes University have drowned after a boat in which they were canoeing capsized at Settlers Dam just outside Grahamstown, Eastern Cape police said on... Read more »

  • Angola: 17 Million Euro Spent in Water, Sanitation Programme


    The representation of European Union (EU) in Angola has earmarked over the last four years 17 million Euro for drinking water supplying and environmental sanitation in the... Read more »

  • Eritrea: Inhabitants of Enjihai Engage in Soil and Water Conservation Activities


    The inhabitants of Engihai Administrative area, Tessenei sub-zone, are engaging in soil and water conservation activities on the basis of higher communal participation. Read more »

  • Namibia: Suspected Springbok Smugglers in Court

    New Era

    Three men appeared in the Keetmanshoop Magistrate's Court yesterday on charges of importing and transporting protected game without a permit, defeating the course of justice and... Read more »

  • Kenya: Water Projects for Trans Mara

    The Star

    Environment Secretary Judy Wakhungu has said her ministry has spent Sh217 million in 36 water projects in Trans Mara, Narok county. Read more »

  • Kenya: Juliani On Familiarisation Trip

    The Star

    Contemporary rapper Juliani has taken up the fight for our elephants. He has joined hands with the Hands Off Our Elephants campaign and thus he will make a trip to Amboseli to... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Jumbos Continue to Destroy Crops in Serengeti

    Daily News

    RAMPAGING elephants continue to destroy crops in Serengeti District villages despite a working tour by the Natural Resources and Tourism Deputy Minister, Mr Mahmoud Mgimwa, in the... Read more »

  • Kenya: Crush Crime Cartels to Save Rhino, Elephants [opinion]

    The Star

    It comes as no surprise that a trafficker tried to smuggle Sh33 million ivory through the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on July 25. This person was sure they could easily... Read more »

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