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South Africa: Greater focus on carbon emission curbsAfricaFiles | 24 Apr 2010
South Africa's vulnerability to the effects of climate change is forcing the government to intensify its efforts to reduce greenhouse emissions in different sectors of the economy, according to Joanne Yawitch, a deputy director-general in the Department of Environmental Affairs. AB
Rwanda: REMA Donates 30 Motorcycles to PoliceAllAfrica.com | 29 Mar 2010
Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA) on Friday handed over 30 motorcycles and 416 cell phone sets to Rwanda National Police to help them in their environmental protection activities.
Storm damage forces road closureIndependent Online | 09 Jun 2009
Heavy rain at the weekend caused major damage on some roads in the Western Cape and led to the closure of the Franschhoek Pass, a huge hole in the West Coast Road, and a rockfall near Rooi Els.
WORLD BANK PROJECT SUFFERS HITCHThe Ghanaian Chronicle | 08 Jun 2009
THE IMPLEMENTATION of the US$95 million Urban Transport project, co-sponsored by the World Bank, Global Environmental Facility Trust Fund (GEF), Agence Française de Development (AFD) and the Government of Ghana, to improve upon urban mobility in Ghana, is under threat.
Kumba-Loum Road: An Eye SoreThe Post Newspaper | 04 May 2007
The stretch of road that links Kumba in the Southwest Province, and Loum, in the Littoral Province, has for decades been an eye sore.
Works on Uganda-Rwanda road for MayThe New Times | 26 Feb 2007
Works to improve a road connecting Uganda to Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) will start by May this year, The New Times has learnt.
Motorcyclists blamed for high road accidentsThe New Times | 13 Feb 2007
The Police in Huye district has blamed motorcyclists for increased road accidents in the district since the majority of them have no driving license.
Gasabo roads to be repairedThe New Times | 05 Jan 2007
Gasabo district authorities in have disclosed plans to repair all feeder roads in the district.
Effondrement du pont sur le Nyong à Abong-MbangCameroon Tribune | 03 Jan 2007
Au cours dune descente sur le lieu de lincident, le ministre des Travaux publics a prescrit des mesures pour assurer la poursuite du trafic entre la capitale et la province de lEst.