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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: Harare Water Crisis Cause for Concern February 8, 2016[Zimbabwe Standard] Harare City Council has been struggling to supply residents with clean water for over a decade now and the crisis got worse last week when the local authority began a six-month long rehabilitation of its main water works.
- 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: Proteas to Donate to Operation Hydrate February 8, 2016[News24Wire] The Proteas have called on fans to bring bottled water to their match at SuperSport Park on Tuesday to donate to Operation Hydrate.
- Sudan: Council of Ministers Reviews Report On Electricity and Water Projects February 8, 2016[SNA] Um-Dabakir -The Council of Ministers, chaired by the President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir, reviewed in its meetings in Um-Dabakir, the White Nile State, has reviewed a report of the Ministry of Water Resources and Electricity on the water and electricity programs and projects in Sudan, which was presented by the Minister of Water Res […]
- Angola: Luanda Governor Considers Maianga Water Station Crucial February 8, 2016[ANGOP] Luanda -The Luanda's Water Distribution Station in the capital's urban district of Maianga is an equipment of great relevance to the living of the inhabitants of the capital.
- South Africa: Rubbish Piles Up in Enkanini for Nearly Two Weeks February 8, 2016
- 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
- Press Crackdown Is Likely to Worsen February 5, 2016On October 2015, the day that Ugandan journalist Enoch Matovu, 25, was allegedly shot by the police for simply “doing my job”, the police had “run out of tear gas”, he claimed. “So they had to use live bullets,” this journalist for broadcaster NTV Uganda told IPS. Matovu was injured in the head while covering […]Amy Fallon
- IPS joins in the call to enforce international law to protect journalists February 5, 2016While our goal at Inter Press Service is to provide information – a precious global public good – we naturally applaud all efforts to foster and promote the safety of journalists, and so applaud UNESCO’s international conference in Paris on Friday, February 5, 2016 with media executives and member states to discuss just that. The […]Farhana Haque Rahman
- The Nuclear Deal Implementation Day: A Win-Win Agreement (part one) February 8, 2016
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