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September 26

  • Kenya: Gikomba Fire Injures Seven, Razes Building

    The Star

    Fire Fighters putting off the fire at Tutuma House along the New Pumwani Road leading to Gikomba Market on Friday Photo/ENOS TECHE Read more »

  • South Africa: Harare Crime Even Higher Despite Urban Upgrade

    GroundUp

    The recently released Western Cape crime statistics of 2014 deem Harare as one of the worst of 10 areas in Khayelitsha, plagued with increasing crime despite the Violence... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chitungwiza Demolitions Leave Many Homeless

    New Zimbabwe

    CHITUNGWIZA municipal police demolished up to 70 'illegal' houses and other structures in the dormitory town Friday morning, leaving scores of families in the cold. Read more »

  • Malawi: BT City Council Warns Against Constructing in Road Reserves

    Malawi24

    The Blantyre city council has warned residents in the city to be mindful on road reserve when construction their personal projects. Read more »

  • Gambia: KMC Spokeswoman Urges Compound Owners to Pay Rates

    Daily Observer

    The public relations officer of the Kanifing Municipal Council has urged compound owners to come forward and pay their annual rates, while also calling on business entities to pay... Read more »



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September 24

  • Zimbabwe: Strive Rents U.S $40,000 a-Month New York Pad

    New Zimbabwe

    STRIVE Masiyiwa, Zimbabwe's wealthiest man, has just rented a $40,000-a-month luxury pad in New York City, it was revealed Wednesday. Read more »

  • South Sudan: South Sudan's Bentiu Camp Still a Draw for IDPs

    IRIN

    The 47,000 people who have fled to the UN base in Bentiu, South Sudan, lack most things. In some parts of the camp, 158 people are forced to share one latrine. Women and children... Read more »

  • Namibia: Evicted Katutura Family Lives in Constant Fear

    New Era

    Fifty-four-year-old Emmanuel Ndukireepo who has been living in a tent erected outside the family house from where his family was evicted says their safety is compromised. Read more »

  • Kenya: Jamii Bora Bets Its Numbers On Hostels

    The Star

    Jamii Bora Bank, one of the country's 22 lenders in the small peer group, is cutting a niche in financing student housing and is on a roll signing multi-billion-shilling deals. Read more »

  • Kenya: Ams Properties Lands in Eldoret Town

    The Star

    AMS Properties Group plans to venture into the real estate market in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu county, and has lined up about Sh10 billion for a start. Read more »

  • Kenya: Typical First - Time Kenyan Homeowner Aged Above 30

    The Star

    Kenyans owning homes for the first time are aged between 30 and 40 on average, a survey by the Star has established, with most having to seek financing even then. Read more »

  • Namibia: South Angry Over Mass Housing

    Namibian

    VILLAGE councils in Hardap and //Karas regions are angry that rural areas were excluded from the government's N$45 billion mass housing development programme aimed at addressing... Read more »



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