Sudanese medics say at least 23 people have been killed in heavy flooding in the past three weeks.
A herbicide that is believed to cause cancer is widely in use in South Africa.
The pastoralists drawn from Laikipia, Samburu and Isiolo counties will cover 240 kilometers journey in a five-day camel caravan to raise awareness on the importance conserving the endangered River
Windhoek- The SADC Directorate of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources has revealed that the number of food insecure population in the region for 2018/2019 will be higher, compared to the 2017
A new legless amphibian known as the caecilian has been discovered on the Seychelles’ main island of Mahe by scientists from the UK, according to an article published by the University of Wolverham
ADDIS ABABA- Every single year, thousands of Ethiopian women and children die because of indoor air pollution. This is an instance of a silent death.
Nearly one year since Kenya imposed a plastic bags ban, the country’s streets are cleaner, waterways are clearer and plastic bags are slowly becoming a thing of the past.
Malawi Red Cross Society (MRC) is to roll out K800 Million project dubbed Reducing the impact of Climate Risks in Southern Africa through Disaster Risk Reduction in the country’s four districts aim
Sudan is exerting great efforts to reduce maternal and newborn children mortality rates by enhancing reproductive health services.
In Agome-Sevah, a village in the southeast of Togo, farmers are now smiling and hope to rise out of poverty due to solar electricity installed in the entire village by four illiterate women.
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