Ethiopia and the European Union on Saturday signed two financial agreements amounting €190 million to support Ethiopia’s road sector and safety net programs.€140 million of the fund will be chann

Central African Republic’s (CAR) Forestry Minister, Isabelle Gaudeille has taken offense at the publication of a report by the British NGO Global Wildness which says the harnessing of wood has serv

The number of countries reaching and sustaining 90% coverage of children with routine life-saving vaccinations has doubled since 2000.

Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) president Sdumo Dlamini has described the August 2012 tragedy at Marikana Platinum Mine where dozens of miners lost their lives following police shoo

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has announced the release of its first Sustainability Report titled ‘Connecting Nigeria to the world through a Sustainable Capital Market’.

Malawi and Zambia on Tuesday signed a Trans-Frontier Conservation Area (TFCA) treaty to protect their common biological resources in a unique conservation and development area along the two countri

Malawi has announced that it will effect a ban on the use of thin plastics below 60 microns by June 30, government officials said.

The government of The Gambia through its National Environment Agency (NEA) has warn against human activities posing a serious threat to the environment including pollution and unlawful littering.Th

The new Lagos State governor, Mr Akinwumi Ambode, has said the state would consider adopting a ‘rent and own’ policy in resolving its housing deficiency in Nigeria’s most populated city with over 1