Uganda: City Authority Warns Noise Polluters - RESIDENTS of Kampala and its suburbs have been warned against inconveniencing people with loud noise. Kampala City Council (KCC) issued the warning recently after receiving several complaints from residents that their peace was being disturbed. [AA Urbanisation]
Tunisia: Tunis Financial Harbour to Launch Operations By September 2010 - In a press conference held on Wednesday in Tunis, the Minister of Public Property and Land Affairs Mr. Ridha Grira and Mr. Issam Youssef Jenahi, the Executive Chairman of "Gulf Finance House", announced that the company will begin operations in September 2010, with the launch of the first part of the project near Kalaat Landlous in the Governorate of Ariana. [AA Construction]
Copenhagen - The United Nations (UN) is to send home thousands of non-governmental organization (NGO) delegates from around the world as the venue of the climate change conference is now packed to capacity.
In a statement read out to an estimated 50 000 people, who had lined the area around Beller Center outside Copenhagen on Monday, the UN Climate Secretariat said, due to high demands and security concerns, it had no choice but to advise some people not to continue to stand in the more than a kilometer long queue.
Cape Town - The new Cape Town Stadium has been opened on time - 32 months after the first sod was turned.
Following the tune of the "Final Countdown", Mayor Dan Plato on Monday addressed a special ceremony attended by more than 200 invited guests and media, before hundreds of balloons of the colours of the South African flag were released.
Liberia: Broh Raids Heavily-Populated 'Peoples Building' - Liberia's foremost anti-impunity campaign group, The Movement Forum for the Establishment of a war Crimes Court in Liberia, the anti-war advocacy wing of the Progressive Action for Change, has strongly condemn recent attacks on the populated residence of 'People's building' where state security under the command of Madam Mary Broh burglarized private homes under the guise of launching a clean-up campaign. [AA Urbanisation]
Botswana: Nyeku - Turning Slums Into Homes - Shadrack Nyeku should have been the one who wrote the memoirs The Monarch Of All I Survey; not the colonial egotist, Charles Rey, who took pleasure in denigrating all who crossed his path, including fellow colonial administrators. [AA Urbanisation]
It is with great sadness and regret that we record the tragic death of South African architect Peter Jones on the 9th December 2009 in Johannesburg. Peter had been in a coma for ten days following a freak traffic accident in Mozambique, where he had recently been working.
Most of Africa's "democratic" governments are controlled by "elected" criminals who line their own pockets at the cost of millions of African lives - mostly those of innocent young children and babies. Many of these political cockroaches are currently in Copenhagen eating caviar, stuffing their faces and getting drunk on the finest wines, courtesy of their Western masters' desires to appropriate control of the Earth's climate for financial exploitation: they should be at home, fully focused on the present day calamities that afflict Africa and demand the most urgent action; like Dandora. And to hell with CO2...
The government of Kenya - and all the criminals in it - should hang their heads in shame and apologise to their people, to Africa and to the Planet. And then they should be sent to live in Dandora for a year or two. Look at what these criminals have allowed to happen...