Monrovia – The Government of Liberia through the Ministries of Agriculture and Health together with food and nutrition sector stakeholders have completed the validation of the Liberia 2018 Comprehe
Nobody knows just how much rosewood Madagascar’s timber barons have hidden away in caches throughout the country.
Rabat – A violent storm hit Ourika Valley, 90 kilometers from Marrakech, causing floods and damage to many merchants and restaurateurs.
KAMPALA - Residents of Makindye in Kampala who have encroached on Kyetinda Wetland in recent years have been left on tenterhooks.
The government has set up a task team to look at imposing a total ban on microbeads – the tiny plastic beads used in cosmetics, toothpaste and sandblasting.
The World Health Organization says experts are starting to carry out Ebola vaccinations in Congo's latest deadly outbreak.
The majority of Kenyans have no spare money left to spend once they have met their essential living expenses such as food, clothing and children’s education.
All businesses and licensed establishments in Seychelles will soon be obliged to use waste collection services provided by licensed waste collectors, said an official of the environment ministry.
Soyo - A total of 27 malaria deaths were reported from January to June this year by health authorities in the province of Zaire, in a universe of 81,607 cases of malaria diagnosed in this period, A
Despite the hefty fines of up to N$5 million or 25 years jail term for elephants and rhino poaching, Namibian officials have recorded 25 cases of rhino and 16 of elephant hunted illegally countrywi
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