SA: Govt ready to roll out infrastructure plan

Johannesburg - Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe says government is ready to roll out the country's infrastructure plan announced by President Jacob Zuma in his...

Underground oasis may boost Egypt’s development

The Egyptian government is launching work on experimental wells in the desert following a discovery of new access points to a huge underground...

SOMALIA: Drought affecting thousands in Somaliland

Officials in the self-declared republic of Somaliland, northwestern Somalia, are appealing for food aid and potable water for thousands of families who have lost...

Africa’s Biggest People Power Event of 2013 One Month Away

Africa’s Biggest People Power Event of 2013 One Month Away Hundreds of thousands of Africans will join with people across the world to take action Hundreds...

Rio+20 should make sustainable land use a top priority

World leaders must promote effective land use methods to mitigate drought, says Luc Gnacadja of the UN Convention to Combat Desertification. Severe droughts in Africa are a stark...

African Utility Week to Show Why Electricity and Water Management Will Never be the...

“There’s no doubt that renewable energy as well as smart technology are changing the way power and water utilities operate and deal with their...

ECOWAS urges policy harmonization for fisheries development

The ECOWAS Commissioner for Agriculture, Environment and Water Resources, Dr. Marc Atouga, has called on Member States to harmonize their policies and efforts in...

SA keen to meet UN goals on water

By -Minister of Water and Sanitation, Nomvula Mokonyane Since time immemorial humankind has had a special relationship with water. Its life-giving essence has been the...

SA: Cennergi to address SA’s energy needs

Johannesburg - A unique private energy company, unveiled in Johannesburg on Wednesday night, is expected to produce a massive 16 GW of energy generation...

CLIMATE CHANGE: Eye on the oceans

The tide seems to be finally turning for the oceans. After years of neglect, there is a growing focus on the health of the...

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