October 15



October 14

  • South Africa: DA Welcomes Water Licence Task Team for 104 Mines Lacking Licenses [press release]

    DA

    The Democratic Alliance welcomes Water and Sanitation Minister, Nomvula Mokonyane's commitment to resolve all (104) cases of South African mines operating without valid Water Use... Read more »

  • Kenya: Six 'Dirtiest' Men and a Woman Forced to Take Public Baths in Likuyani

    The Star

    Six men and a woman on Sunday were forced to take bath at Kona Mbaya trading centre, Likuyani subcounty. Read more »

  • South Africa: Lawyers to Sue Over Uncovered Drain

    GroundUp

    Lawyers representing the Bardale resident who fell into an uncovered drain in October last year say they are still processing the legal action. Read more »

  • Namibia: Water Shortage Cripples Rice Project

    New Era

    Rice seedlings at the Kalimbeza project are at great risk of wilting in the heat following a shortage of water at the government-owned farm. Read more »

  • Liberia: WASH Sector Strategizes Ebola Transmission

    NEWS

    Water, Sanitation and Hygiene {WASH) cluster partners have concluded a two-day workshop in Monrovia aimed at designing county-level strategies to interrupt the spread of the Ebola... Read more »

  • South Africa: Mahikeng Water Safe to Drink

    SAnews.gov.za

    The North West Department of Local Government and Human Settlements says water in Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality is safe to drink and no traces of poison have been found... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Students Donate Water Borehole to Lagos Community

    Daily Independent

    The graduating Stream 25 of the Poise Graduate Finishing Academy (PGFA), Ilupeju, Lagos has donated a manually operated bore-hole locally called 'Jagamu' to Orile-Bariga, a... Read more »

  • Kenya: Laikipia Wants Dam Rehabilitated

    The Star

    Residents of Magadi, Laikipia North constituency, have appealed to the government to rehabilitate a dam that supplies them with water. Read more »

  • Kenya: Yatta Canal Project to Create Jobs for Youth

    The Star

    The reconstruction works of the Yatta Canal will start in two weeks time, Yatta MP Francis Mwangangi has said. Read more »

  • Kenya: Drainage System for Malindi

    The Star

    THE Kilifi government is setting up a drainage tunnel to reduce overflow of rain and sewer water at the only round about in town. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Otegbene Community Lauds Christ Embassy for Water Project

    Daily Independent

    The people of Otegbene community in Warri South West council of Delta State have applauded the leadership of Christ Embassy, Warri zone, for providing them with a solar powered... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Addis to Host Energy, Water Financing Forum

    Addis Fortune

    A Clean Start Connect forum, which is expected to act as a benchmark for the launch of the Clean Start Programme in Ethiopia in the coming months, is to take place in Addis Abeba... Read more »



October 13



October 11

  • Nigeria: Ekweremadu Commissions N75 Million Water Project

    Daily Independent

    The Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, has commissioned the N75 million Ogbombara Spring Water Reticulation Project, Ndeaboh, in Aninri Local Government Area,... Read more »

  • Kenya: Water Scarcity Affects Grades

    The Star

    KWALE About 97 per cent of primary schools in Kwale county have no water, according to a research. Read more »



October 10

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