Following the deaths of 10 buffaloes at Lake Nakuru National Park, vaccination to combat the deadly anthrax disease kicked off Thursday morning at Naishi in Molo.
Over 15 000 livestock including cattle and goats were wiped out by the Cyclone Idai, which hit the south-eastern districts of Manicaland province as well as neighbouring Mozambique and Malawi.
Washington DC — Unless urgent rescue plans are employed, nine of every 10 African nations would be living in abject poverty, the World Bank has warned.
Kampala — Government has directed degazetting parts of Bukaleba Forest and South Busoga reserve, a move it says is aimed at settling hundreds of "landless Ugandans," Daily Monitor has learnt.
Kaduna — About 60,000 farmers and People Living with Disabilities, PWD, in Kaduna State are to benefit from the federal government's agro-processing and support value chain projects
The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has advised farmers and community members to take precautionary control measures to ensure early detection and effective control of Fall Armywo
A national newspaper said there were 11 million stunted kids in Nigeria, a problem that would hold back the country's growth.
Ongwediva — Johannes Bokoma Nashikaku, who was earlier this month convicted of dealing with protected wildlife products, was on Tuesday slapped with a N$30 000 fine or alternatively three years imp
"The blasting happens every day and you can feel the houses shaking"
Kano--Police personnel in Kano State have taking over mining sites in the state as part of efforts at checking criminality and illegal mining by foreigners.
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