The commencement of rainy season every year in the life of any community is always heralded with joy, hopes and aspirations that the year would be of a tremendous benefit to the socio well-being of
The Ministry of Health has issued an alert on disease outbreaks in several counties.
Salima — One person has died from cholera in Salima, just a few weeks after the council declared that cholera outbreak was over.
Tanzania's Serengeti National Park is Africa's best safari park because of to the sheer numbers, variety of wildlife, abundance of predators and spectacular wildebeest migration.
As part of efforts to bridge the gap between research, development and marketing in the renewable energy sector in Nigeria, Women in Renewable Energy Nigeria (W.I.R.E) has called on government, dev
Abuja — The Federal Government yesterday announced a new national building code that will regulate construction with the aim of improving on measures to safeguard lives and property in the country.
Windhoek — Namibia's oldest and largest trees, the baobabs, some of which have lived for 1,700 years, have begun dying in the last 13 years, leaving scientists stunted.
Blantyre — Experts have expressed different views over the rate of illegal killing of wild animals in both government and privately managed game reserves and protected areas.
Nairobi — A latest research has named Kenya as the least toxic country, topping a list that takes account of air pollution, energy consumption and renewable energy production.
ADDIS ABABA- Ethiopia has managed to successfully tackle the drought threat it is facing, according to the National Disaster Risk Management Commission (NDRMC).
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