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- South Africa: Rubbish Piles Up in Enkanini for Nearly Two Weeks February 8, 2016[GroundUp] This follows a dispute between workers and the refuse removal contractors over the appointment of staff in the township.
- Zimbabwe: A Glimmer of Hope for Mbare's Sanitation Problems? February 9, 2016[The Herald] The raw sewage streams that the hostels in Mbare have become so accustomed to may soon be a thing of the past if plans by the City of Harare to clean up the mess and repair burst pipes are anything to go by.
- Uganda: Preacher Sejusa Decries Luzira Toilets February 9, 2016[Observer] Lawyers looking for generals to stand surety for him
- Angola: FESA and Elecnor Sign Cooperation Agreement February 9, 2016[ANGOP] Luanda -Eduardo dos Santos Foundation (FESA) and Spanish counterpart Elecnor signed Monday in Luanda a cooperation accord to develop actions to ensure implementation of water and cultural projects in Gove commune, Cuíma municipality, central Huambo province.
- Nigeria: Gov Obiano Commissions 27 Water Boreholes February 9, 2016[Leadership] Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State has commissioned 27 solar-powered boreholes that would provide water to people in Aguata and Anambra East local government areas of the state.
- Zimbabwe: Superstition Reigns As Kariba Water Level Drops February 8, 2016[Ilizwi263] As environmental and economic conditions worsen, Zimbabweans look for answers from a higher power. In this article, Kariba's own, Khanyi Gumpo writes about superstition.
- Egypt: Sisi Urges Establishing Wastewater Treatment Stations in Two Years February 8, 2016[Egypt Online] President Abdel Fattah El Sisi urged establishing wastewater treatment stations within the coming two years at a 22 billion EGP cost.
- Zambia: Govt to Pump K140 Million Into Dams February 8, 2016[Times of Zambia] Government will this year spend K140 million on dam constructions and rehabilitation across the country which will make water harvesting a reality, thereby increase agricultural activities.
- Sudan: Khartoum State Governor - No Increase in Water Services Fees February 8, 2016[SNA] Khartoum -The Governor for Khartoum state, LT Gen. Abdul Rahim Mohamed Hussein, has denied any intention of increasing prices for drinking water service in Khartoum state.
- Sudan: Technical Committee Meetings of Renaissance Dam Begin in Khartoum On Sunday February 8, 2016[SNA] The Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation, electricity, announced that the meetings of the tripartite technical committee of the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia) will start on 7 and 8 February in Khartoum.
- South Africa: Rubbish Piles Up in Enkanini for Nearly Two Weeks February 8, 2016
- Family Planning in India is Still Deeply Sexist February 9, 2016The tragic death of 12 women after a state-run mass sterilisation campaign in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh went horribly wrong in 2014 made global headlines. The episode saw about 80 women “herded like cattle” into makeshift camps without being properly examined before the laparoscopic tubectomies that snuffed out their lives. In another incident […]Neeta Lal
- Microcephaly Revives Battle for Legal Abortion in Brazil February 8, 2016The Zika virus epidemic and a rise in the number of cases of microcephaly in newborns have revived the debate on legalising abortion in Brazil. However, the timing is difficult as conservative and religious groups are growing in strength, especially in parliament. “We are issuing a call to society to hold a rational, generous debate […]Mario Osava
- The Nuclear Deal Implementation Day: A Win-Win Agreement (part one) February 8, 2016Farhang Jahanpour is a former professor and dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages at the University of Isfahan and a former Senior Research Fellow at Harvard University. He is a tutor in the Department of Continuing Education and a member of Kellogg College, University of OxfordFarhang Jahanpour
- Women and Girls Imperative to Science & Technology Agenda February 8, 2016Lakshmi Puri is UN Assistant-Secretary-General and Deputy Executive Director UN WomenLakshmi Puri
- Dying for the News: Media Call for Help from Gov’t and Public against Attacks February 8, 2016“No story is worth dying for.” This comment at a landmark conference on media safety at UNESCO last Friday emphasised the bewilderment the media felt at the brutal slayings of journalists as they carry out their work. “Today, more and more journalists are being targeted with impunity in every corner of the globe – brutalised, […]A. D. McKenzie
- Argentina and United Arab Emirates Open New Stage in Bilateral Relations February 5, 2016With United Arab Emirates’ foreign minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s visit to Argentina, the two countries launched a new stage in bilateral relations, kicked off by high-level meetings and a package of accords. On Friday, Feb. 5 Al Nahyan and his host, Argentina’s foreign minister Susana Malcorra, signed five agreements on taxation, trade […] […]Fabiana Frayssinet
- Extremism Threatens Press Freedom February 5, 2016Pakistan continues to remain one of the most dangerous countries for journalists, where frequent attempts to restrict press freedom are commonplace and challenges to expanding media diversity and access to information abound. Tense and uncertain security conditions, looming risks of terrorism and extremism-related activities, rampant political influence and […]Saleem Shaikh and Sughra Tunio
- Family Planning in India is Still Deeply Sexist February 9, 2016
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