[Daily Trust] Kafanchan -- The Kaduna State Residents Registration Agency (KADSRRA) has urged the people of Southern Kaduna and the state to register for the permanent residency card, cautioning that those who fail to register may be denied access to government social intervention programmes and facilities.
[GroundUp] The owner of Western Meadows farm near St Albans, Port Elizabeth, has been accused of attempting to constructively evict people living on her property by removing their roof and switching off services.
[New Frame] Creating a road blockade from felled trees was the only way Zweledinga residents in Port Elizabeth felt they could draw attention to their plight after the municipality disconnected their electricity.
[This Day] Ibrahim Shuaibu in Kano
[Nation] Urithi, a housing co-operative that has marketed itself as the best bet for those who cannot afford mortgages, has sold air to unsuspecting Kenyans, killing their dreams of becoming homeowners.
[Premium Times] A total number of 1,771 patients have recovered from coronavirus infection in Lagos, following the discharge of 31 more patients, the state governor announced on Monday.
[Premium Times] The Ogun State Government on Sunday ordered residents living along river channels to relocate with immediate effect to avoid the ravages of flood.
[GroundUp] What the eviction of a naked man tells us about our collective response to the housing crisis
[Premium Times] Frina Joe, like many other women of reproductive age around her, has suffered from the absence of healthcare facilities and potable water supply in Kpaduma, a rural community in Asokoro district of Abuja.
[New Times] Fifty-five-year old Julienne Mukarubayiza has been living without stable accommodation, moving from place to place in search of shelter.
[Daily Trust] Abeokuta -- The Ogun State government yesterday declared it would demolish structures obstructing waterways in the state to prevent a reoccurrence of flooding.
[Daily Trust] Abeokuta -- The Ogun State Government has resolved to provide 150 housing units in the second phase of the Prince Dapo Abiodun Residential Area (Prince Court Estate) at Kemta in Abeokuta, the state capital.
[Daily Trust] Commissioner of Public Works and Infrastructure BALARABA ALIYU-INUWA highlighted the scope, innovation and features of the Urban Renewal Project.
[Daily Trust] Commissioner of Housing and Urban Development FAUSAT IBIKUNLE explained how the massing housing project of the El-Rufai administration will put roof over the heads of many residents of Kaduna State.
[GroundUp] Police raids in 2017/18 were unconstitutional and done with ulterior motives
[Daily Maverick] 'The inhumane manner in which the City acted in this case is in conflict with the basic values of our Constitution and with the Constitutional Court's judgments on the matter, which require evictions to be conducted in a humane manner.'
[New Frame] As the court finds raids in inner-city Joburg unconstitutional, the City of Cape Town has again violated the lockdown eviction moratorium, beating a naked man and destroying his shack.
[Daily Trust] Kano -- Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, has lifted the lockdown imposed on the state as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nigeria: Potholes, Traffic, Bandits of Orile-Mile 2-Badagry Expressway - We Can't Breathe, Commuters Lament
[Vanguard] "We can't breathe. We are dying in this axis of Lagos and need the government to come to our rescue." These were some of the comments by some commuters that spoke with Vanguard Motoring, on Thursday, on the Mile 2-Badagry expressway traffic.
[Vanguard] One of the ways of keeping our urban roads clean is through the employment of daily road sweepers. These "highway managers" also help to control the indiscriminately-dumped wastes by our undisciplined road users to ensure they do not block the drains and worsen flooding.
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