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September 24

  • Namibia: Rundu to Introduce By-Law for Sewerage Fishing

    New Era

    The Rundu Town Council is in a process of introducing a by-law that will be enforced on any resident caught fishing in the infamous Kaisosi sewage ponds as the water is... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Benue Govt Awards N4.5 Billion Water Contract


    BENUE State Government has approved the sum of N4.5 billion for the reticulation of Greater Makurdi Water Works. Read more »

  • Gambia: National Cleansing Exercise Now Twice in a Month

    The Point

    The National Environment Agency (NEA) has announced that an executive directive was received authorizing that Operation Clean the Nation be now conducted twice every month. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Benue to Spend N4.5 Billion On Water Scheme

    Daily Trust

    The Benue State government has approved N4.5 billion for the reticulation of the Greater Makurdi Water Works. The state Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Justine Amase,... Read more »

  • Kenya: Water Price Spurs Fight

    The Star

    One person was killed and six others injured in Sololo, Marsabit county, on Sunday night after a dispute at a water point. Read more »

  • Nigeria: 'Over 30 Million Nigerians to Benefit From Niger Basin'

    Daily Trust

    Activities of the Niger Basin Authority (NBA) in Nigeria would transform the life of over 30 million people living within the area, the Minister of Water Resources, Mrs. Sarah Reng... Read more »

September 23

  • Uganda: Lake Victoria's Water Levels Drop Further


    Over the years, Cassius Ntege, a fisherman from Kasenyi landing site on the Ugandan side of Lake Victoria, has observed the waters of the lake receding. And as one of the many who... Read more »

  • Uganda: Mukwano Appeals Over Fake Water


    Tony Gadhoke, Mukwano group's chief executive officer, has appealed to the Uganda National Bureau of Standards [UNBS] to crack down on fake mineral water producers flooding the... Read more »

  • Kenya: Board Seeks to Provide Water

    The Star

    THE Lake Victoria North Water Board has developed a policy enable residents in informal settlements and low income areas in Mumias to access clean metered water and sanitation... Read more »

  • Kenya: Water Loans for Slum Dwellers

    The Star

    KAKAMEGA The Lake Victoria North Water Board will give slum dwellers soft loans for water connection. Read more »

  • Kenya: Mandera Drills Boreholes to End Water Shortage

    The Star

    THE Mandera government has started drilling boreholes and repairing others. Governor Ali Roba said seven boreholes have been drilled and 30 more are being repaired. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Major Water Project Phase Takes Off

    Daily News

    THE Minister for Water, Prof Jumanne Maghembe, launched a 5.6trl/- second phase of the Water Sector Development Programme (WSDPII), which is aimed at addressing water problems... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Masvingo Residents Told to Brace for More Water Cuts

    New Zimbabwe

    MASVINGO City Council has warned residents to brace for more water cuts until the town builds a new $52 million water treatment plant. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Agboola Appeals for Speedy Passage of Ogun Water Sector Bill

    Daily Independent

    The General Manager, Ogun State Water Corporation, Mrs. Monsurat Agboola, has called on the Ogun State House of Assembly to expedite action on the passage of the Water Sector Bill... Read more »

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