September 22



September 21

  • Nigeria: NAFDAC Reads Riot Act to Sachet Water Producers

    This Day

    The Director General of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Dr. Paul Orhii, has warned members of Association of Table Water Producers... Read more »

  • South Africa: Ekurhuleni Residents Urged to Use Water Sparingly

    SAnews.gov.za

    The Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality has made an appeal to residents to use water sparingly as it experiences water supply interruptions in Germiston, Benoni, Etwatwa, Daveyton... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: The Metec to Deliver 11 Million Br Mobile Toilets to the Capital

    Addis Fortune

    The public toilets will be managed by the associations of disadvantaged people, such as the elderly and handicapped Read more »

  • Nigeria: 'Lagos Has 300 Million Gallons of Water Shortfall Daily'

    Daily Independent

    The Lagos State Water Corporation (LSWC) on Saturday said it had a water deficit of about 300 million gallons per day. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Roberts Lime Fresh Disinfectant Debuts

    Daily Independent

    With Ebola Virus on the loose and demand for sanitisers on the rise, the introduction of Robert Lime Fresh into the market may have come at the right time, writes Olamide Bakare. Read more »



September 20

  • Ethiopia: Water to Djibouti and Discourse With Egypt

    Reporter

    What is new in resuming tripartite talks on an Ethiopian multi-billion dollar hydroelectric dam on the Nile after eight months of disruption? Indeed the three countries, Ethiopia,... Read more »

  • Kenya: Homa Bay Homes to Get Water

    The Star

    By the end of the 2014-15 financial year, many homes in Homa Bay county will have water, Governor Cyprian Awiti has said. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Water Scarcity Hampers Livestock Keepers' Project in Longido

    Arusha Times

    Scarcity of water has affected a project being implemented by the Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) to support smallholder livestock herders in Longido district, Arusha... Read more »

  • Angola: Luanda At World Water Congress in Portugal

    ANGOP

    The Luanda Water Company (EPAL-EP) will be attending the country at the 8th World Water Congress set for September 21-26 this year in Lisbon (Portugal). Read more »

  • Nigeria: LASWA Condemns Night Journey On Waterways

    Daily Independent

    The Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA) on Friday in Lagos kicked against night travels on waterways because of the risk involved as usually caused by high tidal waves. Read more »



September 19

  • Rwanda: Making Strides. WASAC to Set Up New Water Plant

    New Times

    The Water and Sanitation Corporation Limited (WASAC Ltd), says it plans to set up another water treatment plant near the old Nzove plant this fiscal year. Read more »

  • Ghana: 40 Percent of Kumasi Residents Rely On Public Toilet

    Ghanaian Chronicle

    THE HOUSEHOLD toilet ratio appears not to be improving in the Ashanti Regional Capital as 40 percent of residents in Kumasi depend on Public toilet as their place of convenience. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Solar Power Brings Water to Rural Kawere

    The Herald

    The installation of solar water pumps in the Kawere area of Mutoko, about 193km east of Harare, has brought the gift of water, health and thriving vegetable gardens which are... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Councils Urged to Craft Long-Term Water Plans

    The Herald

    ALL local authorities will in future be required to produce long-term water production master plans to ensure that infrastructure development matches water availability and so curb... Read more »

  • Africa: 'Africa Must Prioritise Water, Sanitation Issues'

    The Herald

    Africa is the most vulnerable continent to climate change and there is need for Government to put water and sanitation on top of their development agendas, a representative of the... Read more »

  • Cameroon: Efoulan-Yaounde - Tap Water Returns After Eight Months

    Cameroon Tribune

    Inhabitants of the neighbourhood now enjoy abundant water supply after a period of hardship. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: City Risks Running Out of Drinking Water

    The Herald

    Harare is at risk of running out of drinking water in the next 10 years due to high levels of pollution and depletion of water levels in Lake Chivero owing to rampant streambank... Read more »



September 18

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