Residents have been advised not to drink water from the Vaal River due to pollution.
Officials say various levels of government are tackling the crisis.
A new website and a Facebook page were launched on Tuesday in a bid to assist former mineworkers and their dependents who may be entitled to compensation under the provisions of a Trust Fund set up
KINSHASA - WHO chief Tedros Adhanom on Tuesday called for tighter monitoring as he wrapped up a visit to Ebola-hit DR Congo, saying the outbreak was far from over despite the number of cases stabil
JOHANNESBURG – The World Health Organisation (WHO) said it is awaiting formal approval from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to send in unlicensed Ebola medication to help rein in an outbreak
Zimbabwe is expected to benefit from a $2-billion (R23.8-billion) solar financing facility provided by India to several African countries, Construction Review reported.
Armech Africa Limited, a subsidiary of the Armech Group, will construct a $300-million (3.57-billion) waste-to-energy power plant in the Ghanaian city of Tema to generate 60 megawatts of clean ener
The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said 29 African countries out of 37 are currently in need of external food assistance, unchanged from November 2017.
NAIROBI - Demonstrators plan to protest against a railway line being built inside Nairobi National Park, which they say threatens wildlife and people in Kenya, after their case was dismissed on Tue
South African ranchers launched an online market for rhino horn on Monday, saying the open trade would help squeeze poachers out of the business.
TANGUIETA - Matthieu Yoa smiles at a job well done. The ranger and his colleagues have just put a satellite tracking collar on an elephant in the Pendjari National Park in northern Benin.
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