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July 21

  • Nigeria: Six Killed in Fresh Cholera Outbreak in Kano


    NO fewer than six persons have died of cholera in Kafin Dalawa Village in Tudunwada Wada local council of Kano State. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: More Corruption Unearthed in Harare Water Project

    SW Radio

    A committee investigating the project to resuscitate Harare's water infrastructure has said they unearthed more corrupt practices and were unable to audit accounts in a... 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 »

  • Tanzania: Karatu Village Gets Borehole Water

    Daily News

    SCARCITY of water, which has for years haunted some 500 households in Kambi ya Simba village in Karatu district, will soon be history, thanks to a 45m/- donation by Tanzania... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Bust Harare Council Blows U.S.$1,3 Million On Luxury Cars

    New Zimbabwe

    THE financially struggling Harare City Council breached its procurement regulations when it splashed $1.3 million on luxury vehicles for officials working on its controversial... 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 »

  • Nigeria: U.S. Partners Ebonyi State On Clean Water Project


    THE United States Agency for International Development (USAID) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Ebonyi State Government to establish a collaborative development... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zinwa Levies Farmers for Mountain Water

    New Zimbabwe

    THE Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) should not levy small-scale farmers who harvest water from the mountains to irrigate their crops, a deputy miniter has said. Read more »

  • Namibia: Boreholes Could Rescue Katima

    New Era

    The Katima Mulilo Town Council has set aside N$1 million under its current budget to construct boreholes at the town in a bid to avoid future water shortages. Read more »

  • Nigeria: 'FCTA Evacuates 199 Tonnes of Waste Annually'


    The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has revealed that it evacuates an estimated 199,425 tonnes of wastes from the Federal Capital City (FCC) annually, since 2012. Read more »

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