[Nairobi News] The High Court has extended orders stopping Nairobi City County government from increasing parking fees for private cars and public service vehicles (PSVs).
[Nation] Nairobi residents are a worried lot.
[This Day] Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has vowed to expose the cabal behind the Apapa gridlock if they don't desist from sabotaging government's effort at ensuring free flow of traffic in the axis.
South Africa: Renaming Cities - Let's Promote the Eastern Cape's Rich, Hidden History of Endorsing the Pen Over the Sword
[Daily Maverick] The news that the former settler cities of East London and Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape were getting new names sparked an outcry from the DA and a few local residents, but it was celebrated and welcomed by others. In the public debate, much more attention focused on the pronunciation of the new names than on their complex meanings and histories.
[GroundUp] At least 45 KwaDwesi Extension residents staged a sit-in at the Housing Development Agency (HDA) offices in Newton Park on Wednesday morning.
[This Day] Government should be courageous enough to deregulate the downstream sector
[Namibian] THE municipality of Walvis Bay on Tuesday directed those who were allocated houses under the Massive Urban Land Servicing Project (MULSP) to move into their houses.
[Nation] A Sh6 billion affordable housing project by the county government of Mombasa, in partnership with a private developer, will go on after a petition by some residents of Buxton estate challenging its implementation was dismissed by court.
[Nation] Private developers have been given 30 days to demolish 20 permanent buildings and structures in Umoja estate as a roads agency begins the Sh902.7 million project.
[Ethiopian Herald] Choke treaty has signed a memorandum of understanding among Ethiopian public universities and research institutions to develop choke mountain in sustainable way since it is the main water tank of Nile River comprising 273 small fountain source and 59 rivers sources.
[New Dawn] The Liberian government through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has asked individuals, firms and residents currently undertaking projects within and along wetland around the National Police Academy to remove all existing structures within 30 days or face demolition.
[SAnews.gov.za] North West Local Government and Human Settlements MEC, Mmoloki Cwaile has appointed members of the North West Housing Tribunal who will be responsible for resolving complex rental issues in the province.
[Vanguard] Following the order to block the supply of foodstuffs to the South by the Amalgamated Union of Foodstuffs and Cattle Dealers of Nigeria, prices of food items have skyrocketed in daily markets in parts of Enugu State and Aba, Abia State.
[Daily News] SULTAN Majid bin Said founded Dar es Salaam in the 1860s.
[This Day] The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Chapter Chairman of the Real Estate Developers Association of Nigeria (REDAN), Mr. Osilama Emmanuel Osilama has urged the federal government and the 36 State Governors, including the Minister of the FCT to reinvent and emulate the late Lateef Jakande's housing masterplan when he held sway both as Governor of Lagos State and Minister of Housing.
[Govt of SA] The MEC for Corporative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs, Mmoloki Cwaile officially appointed seven members of the North West Housing Tribunal in Mafikeng recently. The members whom most have legal background will be led by Adv Millicent Raborifi during their three years term.
[This Day] Vice President Yemi Osinbajo is perplexed some people believe it is impossible to build 300,000 housing units across the country in a year, breaking it down to 400 homes per local government area.
[This Day] It was a fresh relief for residents and motorists plying the Apapa corridor, with the take-off of electronic call-up system in the Lagos seaports, last weekend.
[This Day] The Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) has assured of its commitment to ensure that customers under its area enjoy constant power supply.
[UCT] Students returning to residence or entering a University of Cape Town (UCT) residence for the first time can expect several changes and precautions aimed at keeping them and the residence staff safe from COVID-19. Shanaaz Sonday from UCT's residence operations team explained what these are and answered some pertinent questions about residence life during the pandemic.
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