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Date Country News Item
07.12.18 South Africa Inaugural Afrisam Concreativity Award
07.12.18 South Africa Nearly 1,800 low-income families could benefit from Conradie Hospital housing project
05.12.18 South Africa South Africa needs to refresh how it manages by-products from mining
05.12.18 Nigeria Ancient village arenas remain a central force in Igbo life. Here's why
04.12.18 South Africa The Hidden Cost of Low Fees - Simmy Peerutin
03.12.18 South Africa More sea cliffs collapse at West Coast mine
03.12.18 South Africa Creating the Furniture of the Future
02.12.18 South Africa Bo-Kaap Youth Movement calls for “peaceful and positive” solution to development impasse
26.11.18 Africa Africities 2018: A Pact to cooperate on an African Charter for Local Equality
26.11.18 South Africa Promise of right to housing remains elusive in democratic South Africa
25.11.18 Africa Steps rural communities can take to protect their water resources
23.11.18 South Africa Open Studios 2018 returns this December
23.11.18 South Africa Interiors: Plascon's 2019 Colour Trends
22.11.18 South Africa dhk reveals residential design comprising four elliptical towers
20.11.18 Kenya Why, even with more access to toilets, women in a Kenyan slum avoid them
18.11.18 South Africa Saldanha Bay clinic burnt as community anger boils over
18.11.18 South Africa There's a new way to "grow" bio-bricks using human urine. Here's how it works.
18.11.18 Africa Some smart ideas to make toilets fit for purpose in Africa's cities
16.11.18 South Africa Vredenburg closed off as protesters demand better living conditions
16.11.18 South Africa Billions spent on railway contracts. Yet Metrorail collapses
14.11.18 South Africa 32 Battalion veterans left in limbo in forgotten military town
13.11.18 South Africa Why giving South Africans title deeds isn't the panacea for land reform
13.11.18 South Africa Life in South Africa's economic hub is improving -- but big challenges remain
12.11.18 South Africa Equal Education calls on Ramaphosa to get involved in fixing schools
09.11.18 South Africa Simon’s Town shack dwellers’ long wait for housing
09.11.18 South Africa Design trends for 2019
08.11.18 South Africa A view of Johannesburg through lenses from a different era
07.11.18 South Africa Why did the City of Cape Town delay social housing in Salt River?
07.11.18 South Africa Shack dwellers evicted from Langa for N2 Gateway project
07.11.18 South Africa “We are only good for votes” say Cato Crest families
05.11.18 South Africa William Kentridge: the barbarity of the 'Great War' told through an African lens
04.11.18 Africa Why hipsters could be seen as modern-day colonisers
02.11.18 South Africa School has 196 learners and ten grades but only four classrooms
02.11.18 South Africa Why it takes so long for schools to be built
30.10.18 Africa Africa's roads are badly built, and there aren't enough. This can be fixed
30.10.18 South Africa Historical Speakers Corner restored
29.10.18 Rwanda A look back in history provides fresh insights into Rwanda today
29.10.18 South Africa The PG Bison 1.618 Education Initiative Winners
28.10.18 Ghana Ghana must move from coping with floods, to adapting for them
27.10.18 South Africa Over 800 people homeless after Vrygrond fire