[News24Wire] The Department of Education in KwaZulu-Natal has said it will not rebuild a school that was reportedly set alight by some pupils this week.
[GroundUp] Some families who have been living in abandoned school buildings in New Brighton will finally be relocated after nearly 18 years.
[Deutsche Welle] A rescue operation is underway in the Kenyan capital after a residential building collapsed. Two people were confirmed dead and an unknown number are feared to be trapped under the rubble despite rescue efforts.
[Capital FM] Machakos -President Uhuru Kenyatta has launched one of the housing projects under the Affordable Housing Programme initiative.
[Nation] City Hall has continued to charge hiked parking rates in breach of a High Court order that suspended them.
[Nation] Land ownership disputes are preventing North Rift counties from building affordable houses, one of the pillars in the Jubilee administration's 'Big Four' agenda.
[GroundUp] If you don't prepare, you might find yourself and your belongings on the street
[This Day] Real estate company, Dpkay Homes and Properties Limited along with her brand ambassador, brand ambassador and Nollywood star, Adunni Ade, have unveiled the company's new affordable housing initiatives from the company and its end-of-the-year yuletide promo.
[Nation] Cytonn Real Estate has been recognised by the International Finance Magazine as the most innovative community developer (mixed use) in Kenya during the International Finance Awards that took place on November 18.
[Foroyaa] The constituents of Foni Jarrol Constituency have complained to President Adama Barrow in the continuation of his meet the people's tour, of the high rural-urban migration especially of young people, in their communities.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -House prices in Nairobi are on a sharp decline, according to a new report by international realtor Knight Frank Prime Global Cities Index which focussed the last quarter of 2019.
[Nation] The High Court has temporarily suspended the increment in parking fees for Nairobi motorists pending the hearing and determination of a case filed by the Consumer Federation of Kenya (Cofek).
[Nation] International realtor Knight Frank says Nairobi residential properties remain an attractive buy for rich families and global investors amid a 5.4 percent price drop in the last nine months.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -The High Court has suspended the enforcement of revised parking fees by the Nairobi County pending the hearing of a suit filed by the Consumers Federation of Kenya (Cofek).
[Observer] On Saturday, November 30, Cities Alliance, a not-for-profit organization in collaboration with the Paynesville City Corporation (PCC) and the Federation of Petty Traders and Informal Workers Union of Liberia (FEPTIWUL) carried out a daylong solid waste management awareness in Paynesville Red-light community.
[This Day] John Shiklam writes on the palpable tension in some settlements in Kaduna marked for demolition by the state Urban Planning Development Agency.
[Nation] Cofek has sued Nairobi County following its move to double parking fees within the central business district from Sh200.
[Daily Maverick] The drought is worsening by the day, yet South Africa remains a 'water wasting country', according to the Department of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation, which has introduced a R900bn master plan to combat the water crisis by 2030.
[Daily Maverick] At a presentation to Scopa on the municipal debt owed to Eskom and water boards, MPs were dissatisfied with the lack of any attempt to find a debt recovery solution by Corporate Governance and Traditional Affairs and the South African Local Government Association.
[Ghanaian Times] The Minister of Works and Housing, Mr Samuel Atta Akyea, is proposing that four per cent of the annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) be committed to the housing sector to address the housing challenge confronting the country.
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