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- Tanzania: How Saving Water Can Increase Power Supply April 30, 2016[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -On March 16, when inaugurating the construction of Kinyerezi II (240 megawatts) dual power plant in Dar es Salaam, President John Magufuli cautioned the minister for Energy and Minerals, Prof Sospeter Mhongo, and Tanzania Electric Company Limited (Tanesco) managing director Felchesmi Mramba to look for ways to preserve rain water so […]
- Tanzania: Water Shortage in Dar Will Soon End - Minister April 30, 2016[Daily News] THE government is determined to solve water shortage in the city of Dar es Salaam permanently following different projects that were currently being implemented, Deputy Minister for Water and Irrigation Isaack Kamwelwe, has said.
- Eritrea: Soil and Water Conservation Popular Campaigns April 29, 2016[Shabait] Mendefera -The residents of Daero-Kun'at administrative area, Adi-Quala sub-zone, are conducting soil and water conservation popular campaigns. The campaigns are aimed at catching every drop of the rain and to stabilize the environment.
- Eritrea: Residents in Southern Region Become Potable Water Beneficiaries April 29, 2016[Shabait] Mendefera -The head of the water supply service in the Southern region, Mr. Kibrom Misgina indicated that within the 25 years of independence 79% of the residents of the region have become beneficiaries of potable water.
- Namibia: Drastic Measures to Save Water April 29, 2016[Namibia Economist] "If we are not saving water as residents of Windhoek, we might take severe action, like only supply water at specific hours of the day in the City," said Lydia Amutenya, the Public Relations Officer at The City of Windhoek. Such drastic measure, she said, can be their next destination but she is sure that no-one would want a sit […]
- Namibia: Namwater Offered Desalination Plant April 29, 2016[Namibia Economist] The Economist has established that Rössing Uranium has in the past offered Namwater its own completed bankable feasibility study for a desalination plant which it intended to build in response to escalating production costs, including water.
- Sudan: South Darfur Governor Announces Launching of Nyala Water Second Phase April 29, 2016[SNA] Nyala -The Governor of South Darfur state, Adam Faki, has announced the launching of the second phase of the Nyala dri8nking water project, starting out of the Griaidha underground water basic.
- Nigeria: Stakeholders Call for Harmonisation of Donor Funds in Water Sector April 29, 2016[This Day] Abuja -Stakeholders have called for the need for donor agencies and development partners in the water sector to put their money in the same basket to enhance the channelling of the funds uniformly.
- Zambia: Mindset Change for Urban Cleanliness April 28, 2016[Times of Zambia] Most African urban areas, including Zambian urban areas, experience the challenge of open and illegal disposal of garbage and waste.
- Tanzania: ZAWA Told to Improve Safe Water Supply April 27, 2016[Daily News] Zanzibar -As authorities battle to contain Cholera outbreak in the Islands, the Minister for Water, Land, Energy, and Environment, Ms Salama Aboud Talib, has ordered the Zanzibar Water Authority (ZAWA) to ensure that people receive adequate safe water supply.
- Tanzania: How Saving Water Can Increase Power Supply April 30, 2016
- Media Freedom in Africa Remains Under Attack April 30, 2016Imagine a world without the media, where we have no verified information about what’s going on around us. Where everything is hearsay and gossip, where there are no trusted sources of information. It would be hard to operate in a world like that: to make decisions about what to do about the things that affect […]Zubair Sayed
- Compensation Hard to Ensure April 30, 2016The dead do not feel anything, but those who survive do. The horrendous experience of the insensitive test after rape. The courtroom insults during trial because a draconian law permits the accused to question the victim’s character. The families suffer no less humiliation as they wait for justice. While nations around the world have overhauled […]Shakhawat Liton
- Media Ethics April 30, 2016When young Bisma died in a traffic jam en route to Civil Hospital in Karachi last December, there was a media frenzy. To onlookers it looked like frenzy, devoid of principles – a burgeoning show of power by the media, the right to information overshadowing all other rights. Lately, media debate on similar issues often […]Asfiya Aziz
- West Papuans Turn to Africa for Support in Freedom Bid April 30, 2016For more than half a century, the indigenous people of West Papua, located on the western side of the island of New Guinea, who are related to the Melanesians of the southwest Pacific Islands, have waged a resistance to governance by Indonesia and a relentless campaign for self-determination. But despite regular bloodshed and reports of […]Catherine Wilson
- “Together, Civil Society Has Power” April 29, 2016When Tamara Adrián, a Venezuelan transgender opposition legislator, spoke at a panel on inclusion during the last session of the International Civil Society Week held in Bogotá, 12 Latin American women stood up and stormed out of the room. Adrián was talking about corruption in Venezuela, governed by “Chavista” (for the late Hugo Chávez) President […] […]Constanza Vieira
- Opinion: Illicit Financial Flows April 29, 2016Jomo Kwame Sundaram was United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development, and received the Wassily Leontief Prize for Advancing the Frontiers of Economic Thought in 2007.Jomo Kwame Sundaram
- World Farmers’ Organisation Meeting Eyes New Markets, Fresh Investment April 29, 2016‘No Farmer, No Food’ is an old slogan that the Zambia National Farmers’ Union still uses. Some people consider it a cliché, but it could be regaining its place in history as agriculture is increasingly seen as the answer to a wide range of the world’s critical needs such as nutrition, sustainable jobs and income […]Friday Phiri
- Media Freedom in Africa Remains Under Attack April 30, 2016
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