Abuja — The minister of State for Environment, Alhaji Ibrahim Jibril, has said with a capital of $500 million made available by the World Bank, the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project

Zanzibar — A passionate appeal has been made to the people of Zanzibar to be on full alert, in the wake of reports that, from March this year, at least 23 people have been infected with cholera.

Gweru City Council is discharging 50 mega litres of sewage per day against a treatment capacity of 19 mega litres on a daily basis with the city failing to meet discharge standards, a senior offici

Dar es Salaam — Rivers and streams that flow into the Indian Ocean in Dar es Salaam are increasingly being polluted.

Kampala — A Ugandan government delegation is in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo for talks over transboundary disputes and management of Lakes Albert and Edward in the Albertine region in S

Dam levels in the Western Cape have dropped to an average of 17.97% full, with Clanwilliam Dam at only 6%, the Western Cape government said on Monday.

SWAKOP Uranium is investigating claims that the tailings dam at its Husab mine is leaking dangerous waste material into underground water sources.

Abuja — The Senate has commenced legislative processes aimed at prohibiting gas flaring and imposing stiffer penalties on defaulting oil and gas firms, as proposed by the Gas Flaring (Prohibition a

Mererani — Mining sector-related accidents are on a worrisome upward trend, according to a new report, which shows that 27 people lost their lives within the first five months of this year.

CABINET has approved the Mental Health Bill 2017 in principle, information minister Tjekero Tweya said last week.