September 19



September 18

  • Ghana: Takoradi Market Circle, Now a Waste Disposal Center

    Ghanaian Chronicle

    For now, the Takoradi Market Circle, the central business center of the oil city, has become a dumping ground for garbage. Read more »

  • Angola: Luanda Governor Committed to Tackle Health, Basic Sanitation Issues

    ANGOP

    The new governor of Luanda province, Graciano Francisco Domingos, has pledged to continue to implement the government programme focused on public health, basic sanitation,... Read more »

  • Namibia: Tap Water Is Not 'Mineral Water'

    Namibian

    RETAIL chains like Pick 'n Pay, Spar and Fruit and Veg are making a killing by selling water to consumers who do not prefer to drink tap water for various reasons. But the... Read more »

  • South Africa: Improving Lives With Water Delivery

    SAnews.gov.za

    Our founding President Nelson Mandela often highlighted the profound impact water had in changing lives. He shared his personal experience of growing up in the former Transkei... Read more »

  • Angola: Nam, Angola Sign Cuvecom Agreement

    New Era

    Namibia and Angola signed an agreement on Tuesday for the establishment of the Cuvelai Watercourse Commission (CUVECOM). Read more »



September 17



September 16

  • Malawi: Water Interruptions to Continue Until 2015 - BWB

    Malawi News Agency

    Residents of Blantyre City and the surrounding areas should brace for more water supply shortages as Blantyre water Board (BWB) has indicated that the current water supply... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Residents Should Protect Water Sources [editorial]

    New Times

    IN The New Times issue of September 15, under the headline 'Musanze residents decry lack of safe, clean water', residents of Gataraga Sector in Musanze District decried the lack of... Read more »

  • South Africa: Toilet Time in Gauteng Schools [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    If students are going to spend the day at school, they need decent toilets. It seems obvious, but in some Gauteng schools, the situation is worse than in prisons. Equal Education... Read more »

  • Kenya: Bungoma Residents Grapple With Accute Water Shortage

    The Star

    Bungoma residents who have been grappled with water shortage for a week now, will have to wait a little longer. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Tigray Undertakes Watershed Development

    ERTA

    Watershed development was carried out on 1,300 hectares of land in Tigray regional state last Ethiopian budget year. Read more »

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