Dar es Salaam — A total of 3,753, 615 households in Mainland Tanzania are electrified with any form of electricity out of 11,454,818 households, a new study indicates.
Um Jar — Hundreds of people in the area of Um Jar in White Nile State are reportedly suffering from 'watery diarrhoea'.
The High Court in Zomba has rejected granting of an injunction to halt the Lake Malawi water supply project being done by Khato Civils on behalf of the Lilongwe Water Board (LWB).
The Ministry of Transport is fighting back on reports that the Jubilee administration has been skewed in construction of roads in the country.
The World Bank on Wednesday approved 150 million dollars credit to help increase the mining sector's contribution to the Nigerian economy.
Bulawayo — Lions are wreaking havoc in Binga, killing livestock after straying into villages.
Deforestation is still increasing exponentially in tropical regions. Some of the worst regions in the world are the Amazon rainforest, South East Asia and Central Africa.
Tens of thousands of pastoralists fled from Turkana in Kenya to Uganda last week to escape the drought.
Vets have ruled out an anthrax outbreak in Laikipia County where a suspected zoonotic disease has killed wild animals in the region.
Nairobi has been ranked the second-worst city in the world with the most traffic congestion.
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