Moving 200 elephants over a distance of 1,500 km (932 miles) is an ambitious task.
The UN Water 2015 report found that most cities are not very resilient to water risks.
Up to half of all alcoholic drinks consumed in Africa and Latin America are illicit, often with fatal consequences.
Following this, they will lead the operation to clean up the Michuki Park next to the Globe Roundabout off Kijabe Street.
The US government has expressed its commitment to pursue partnership with African nations in the fight against stopping the spread of fall armyworm.
Downtown Nairobi, more so in the rain, is a no-go zone for 'slay queens'.
South Africa's government has declared a national disaster to deal with drought-stricken areas such as popular tourist destination Cape Town.
The Nairobi Water and Sewerage Company, says water rationing in Nairobi County is expected to persist until the year 2026.
Unless something miraculous happens, the city of Cape Town, an iconic international tourism destination and South Africa’s second economic hub, will run out of drinking water in a matter of weeks.
"The department is authorised to destroy, bury or burn livestock that would have been moved without a permit and not offer any compensation," FMD director Dr Josphat Nyika said.
“The right to breathe is, you would think, the most fundamental right ― more than food, more than water. And that right is being seriously compromised right now,” - Sharma
When the taps go dry in the Mother City, the vines won't die (at least, not overnight) and there will be years worth of maturing stock to sustain wine producers.
"The Sengwer are facing repeated attacks and forced evictions by agents of the Kenya Forest Service, which is an implementing agency in the project financed by the European Union,"
"When it comes to disasters, and impending disasters, the province has a critical role to play."
"Some of my colleagues think the use of borehole water in urban areas should be banned, especially when it's used for watering your grass!"
"When I was growing up, there was no etirai; there was rain and grass," recalled Ekaru Lopetet at the livestock market in Lodwar, the main town in Kenya's Turkana County.