[GroundUp] Residents of Siyahlala informal settlement, Khayelitsha, have started to install their own water pipes.
[Nation] New York -United Nations officials are offering a mixed but mainly negative year-end assessment of conditions in Somalia, while warning of a “grim” humanitarian outlook for 2018.
[Nation] About 1.3 millions Kenyans are affected by the drought situation in the country.
[Swazi Media] Only weeks after Swaziland’s absolute monarch King Mswati III told his subjects the drought in his kingdom was over, his government has declared a national emergency.
[News24Wire] Firefighters are searching the smouldering remains of a bus which caught fire on the N3 near Warden on Friday, in search of two missing children.
[ThinkAfricaPress]With funds falling far short of targets, charities will struggle to help families and children in Mali.
Through my video “The children of Dadaab: Life through the Lens” I wanted to tell the story of the Somali children living in Kenya’s Dadaab. Living in the world’s largest refugee camp, they are the ones bearing the brunt of Africa’s worst famine in sixty years