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  • Tanzania: Govt Aims to Build Megacity That Works


    Tanzania's largest commercial city - one of the fastest-growing in Africa - has redrawn its master plan to try to become a megacity prepared for climate change, and not a city of... Read more »

  • Liberia: Sea Erosion Leaves Thousands Homeless


    The homes and businesses of thousands of poor people living on Liberia's coast are being swept away by rising sea levels. Liberia's Environmental Protection Agency says a project... Read more »

  • South Africa: City in the Hot Seat Over Toilet Audit


    Over a quarter of the flush toilets inspected during the Social Justice Coalition's (SJC) social audit did not work. Read more »

  • Ghana: Workshop On Street Naming and Property Addressing [press release]

    Ghana Govt.

    As part of efforts to facilitate the speedy implementation of the Street Naming and the Property Addressing Exercise, the Ministry for Local Government and Rural Development is... Read more »

  • Cameroon: Frequent Outages - Bui, Donga-Mantung Subscribers Count the Cost

    Cameroon Tribune

    Local AES SONEL officials say the situation, which is beyond their control, is also costing the corporation FCFA millions every hour in lost revenue. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Masvingo Blinks First in Residents Showdown

    New Zimbabwe

    MASVINGO City Council has blinked first in a showdown with residents and swiftly moved to reconnect more than 150 households whose water supplies had been cut due to non-payment of... Read more »

  • Namibia: 1 000 Mass Houses Ready By September


    APPROXIMATELY 1 000 houses built under the first phase of the N$2,9 billion mass housing initiative are scheduled to be handed over by the President Hifikepunye Pohamba by 30... Read more »

  • South Africa: Shacks in Masiphumelele Wetland Area Drenched


    The Masiphumele informal settlement in Fish Hoek was flooded on Thursday by heavy rains. Read more »

  • Namibia: Walvis Bay Faces Possible Load-Shedding

    New Era

    The coastal town of Walvis Bay faces the risk of load-shedding if its consumption of electricity continues to rise. Read more »

  • Cameroon: Cold Weather Grips Yaounde

    Cameroon Tribune

    For almost three weeks, decreasing temperatures have made life unbearable for inhabitants. Read more »

  • Nigeria: 'Ondo, Now a Model in Urban Renewal' [analysis]


    ONDO State has become a model in urban renewal for others, according to Information Commissioner, Kayode Akinmade. He said the government has received local and international... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 50 Families Face Zimasco Eviction

    The Herald

    Nearly 50 families in Mutorashanga, Mashonaland West province, face eviction from Zimasco chrome compound after the Monday deadline they were given to vacate the houses to pave way... Read more »

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