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TREES ARE SACRED: A Case of Nakonde’s Muzombo tree

By Yohane Mbeeya Moono At the height of the creation, God had ensure that the earth’s surface was covered in vegetation. Part of that vegetation were trees. These trees came into being by God’ s sacred command which meant that they were a source of life for the tree itself and the surrounding it isContinue reading “TREES ARE SACRED: A Case of Nakonde’s Muzombo tree”

What makes Rwanda the cleanest country in Africa???🇷🇼💕

UMUGANDA: Umuganda, a Kinyarwanda word that translates as “coming together in common purpose,” is the name of the monthly community cleanup held on the last Saturday of every month. NPR notes that this holistic community effort to clean up the country “is one reason that #Rwanda is renowned in Africa for its cleanliness.” “It’s compulsoryContinue reading “What makes Rwanda the cleanest country in Africa???🇷🇼💕”

Durban hit by Floods

At least 45 people have been killed in floods and mudslides after rainstorms struck South Africa’s port city of Durban and surrounding KwaZulu-Natal province. The province’s Department of cooperative governance confirmed this, saying major power plants and water treatment centers have been flooded, hampering services to communities.

Project Luongo

29th March 2022 There is a river in Luapula Province of international importance, yet it’s significance remains untold and its profile scarce. Flowing g from Chipili to Mansa and ending into Luapula River near Mwense, the Luongo river houses the reservoirs and dams that produces hydro electricity at Musonda Falls hydro power station in MansaContinue reading “Project Luongo”

Tamale Interchange is finally completed

The President of the Republic of Ghana, H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is expected to commission the Tamale Interchange Project tomorrow, Tuesday, 29th March 2022. The project involved the construction of about 1.1km of bridge and ramps Drainage works, Streetlights, and 10km of Asphalt Overlay around the interchange. The main objective of the project isContinue reading “Tamale Interchange is finally completed”

Air Pollution: Remains A Silent Killer in This Age

By John Moono Air pollution kills an estimated seven (7) million people worldwide every year. World Health Organisation data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants The environment and nature has been under siege from the activities of mankind that have threatened and still pose a serious threat toContinue reading “Air Pollution: Remains A Silent Killer in This Age”

BOTSWANA: striving for energy self sufficiency

Botswana’s 2.3 million inhabitants are among masses of Sub-Saharan citizens affected by power shortages. The lack of electricity has led to scheduled blackouts, which are now commonly referred to across Southern Africa as periods of ‘load shedding’. These blackouts usually take place during peak hours, i.e. mornings and evenings when people need the power most.   With severe droughts at the Kariba Dam,Continue reading “BOTSWANA: striving for energy self sufficiency”

MALAWI: the Energy projections

Malawi has a large potential for renewable energy exploitation in a number of areas, the significant ones being solar energy, biomass, and hydropower with potential for geothermal and wind energy. Except for large scale hydropower, which serves as a major source of electricity, the current state of exploitation and utilization of the renewable energy sourcesContinue reading “MALAWI: the Energy projections”

Madagascar anticipates another Storm

Another tropical storm is projected to slam into northeastern coast of Madagascar on Tuesday evening, the UN’s regional meteorology center in Reunion has warned. This comes even as Southern African nations continue to assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, which left 94 people dead and many buildings destroyed. The new storm,Continue reading “Madagascar anticipates another Storm”


A Green Economy is a clean, environmentally friendly economy that promotes health, wealth, and well-being. A Green Economy is dependent on sustainable development – which means growing our economies in ways that benefit, not sacrifice social justice and equity as well as the environment. My ministry has a responsibility to not only protect the environmentContinue reading “DON’T JUST CLEAN UP FOR THE SAKE OF INSPECTIONS, MAKE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION YOUR DAILY ROUTINE, MINES TOLD”