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Kenya expects 2.1 million International Tourists by end of 2019

Kenya will promote petroleum gas and encourage green energy

Marci Pereira: "Archiving Memories of Mombasa Goan School"

Kongonis B Vs Ngara B play Nairobi Cricket Invitational League

African Wildlife Foundation create another Kenyan Canine Unit

President Kenyatta launches Lake Turkana Wind Power project

President Kenyatta launches Lake Turkana Wind Power project | Coastweek

MARSABIT -- Lake Turkana Wind Power project is located in Loiyangalani District, Marsabit County. It comprises of 365 wind turbines, each with a capacity of 850kW, and a high voltage substation that has been connected to the Kenyan national grid through an associated Transmission Line; constructed by the Kenyan Government. The wind farm is providing reliable, low cost energy to Kenya’s national grid (i.e. approx. 17 per cent of the country’s installed capacity), which will be bought at a fixed price by Kenya Power and Lighting Company Ltd (KPLC) over a 20-year period in accordance with the Power Purchase Agreement. PHOTOS - LAKE TURKANA WIND POWER

 

Kenya police kill three al-Shabab suspects near Kiunga border

Kenya leverage on Derivatives Market to lure Foreign investors

Kenyans feel pinch of Digital loans as Default comes at a price

Sudan and South Sudan agree to address Oil Flow constraints

Kenya and Turkey preparing to sign Double taxation Avoidance


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Nuclear Power and Energy agency host Mombasa Conference

Kenya Authorities are ready to deport 17 Betting Firm directors

Subsistence crop Sorghum: New Gold for Kenya rural dwellers

Nairobi hosts Coffee, Tea and Chocolate Festival' in November

Kenya ladies XV beat hosts Uganda to retain rugby 'Elgon Cup'

Kenyan ladies XV beat hosts Uganda to retain rugby Elgon Cup | Coastweek

KAMPALA Uganda (Xinhua) -- Uganda’s Lady Cranes players [left] compete with Kenya Lionesses players during the final and second leg of the 2019 Elgon Cup at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds in Kampala, capital of Uganda. Kenya Lionesses players [right] celebrate after winning the 2019 Elgon Cup. The Lionesses beat Uganda’s Lady Cranes 35-5 to win the 2019 Elgon Cup, 79-19 on aggregate after winning the first leg 44-14 in June. XINHUA PHOTOS - HAJARAH NALWADDA

 

Kenya consumers will start buying natural Gas from Tanzania

Tanzania leader orders ministers release ship repair materials

Zimbabwe public sector workers union protest at poor salaries

Zimbabwe annual Inflation soared to 175.66 per cent for June

KWS launch recovery and action plan for the Mountain Bongo

Kenya Wildlife Service launches the national recovery and action plan for the Mountain Bongo | Coastweek

The scenic Mount Kenya Wildlife Conservancy (MKWC) in Nanyuki, Laikipia County, was venue for launch of a National Recovery and Action Plan for the Mountain Bongo (Tragelaphus eurycerus isaaci) in Kenya (2019-2023). The Plan was launched by the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife, Hon. Najib Balala [second left]. Its goal is to grow the current population of Mountain bongo from 96 in the wild and 77 in MKWC to 750 in the next 50 years, by prescribing specific actions aimed at addressing the threats facing the species. Dignitaries who graced the occasion included the Governor of Laikipia County, Ndiritu Muriithi; Principal Secretary, State Department of Wildlife, Dr. Susan Koech; KWS Director General Brigadier (Rtd.) John M. Waweru and the Chief Conservator of Forests, Julius W. Kamau. Other guests inclyded Director General, NEMA professor Godfrey Wakhungu; Chairman, MKWC Humphrey Kariuki; MKWC Trustee and MD for Janus Continental Group, Margaret Mbaka; Executive Director of Rhino Ark, Christian Lambrechts; Manager Bongo Surveillance Project, Mike PretteJohn; KWS Board of Trustees and Chair of the Conservation Board, Ian Craig; Wildlife Direct CEO Dr. Paula Kahumbu; a representative of the County Commissioner of Nyeri, Water Tower Agency, Mt. Kenya Trust, Mobility Organization (USA), and Designer Safaris, among others. PHOTO - KENYA WILDLIFE SERVICES

 

Somalia Force sign in Ahlu Sunna Wal Jama’a (ASWJ) group

Kenya and Tanzania good neighbours Forever says President

Cuba doctors abducted from Kenya are alive - Health Minister

Africa leaders meeting launch landmark 55-nation Trade zone

Kenya Wildlife Service Staff Training for Quality Management

 

Outstanding Kenya Port Performance at Nakuru A.S.K. Show

Trading at Kenya Derivatives markets to start off on Thursday

Mombasa chefs prepare stirfry vegetables at Travellers Beach

President Uhuru Kenyatta flags off 51 cars for Safari Rally '19

Sudan Military and Opposition will form transitional Authorities

Sudan military and Opposition will form transitional authorities | Coastweek

KHARTOUM Sudan (Xinhua) -- People are seen in the streets to celebrate the deal reached between Sudan's Transitional Military Council and the opposition Freedom and Change Alliance in Khartoum. Sudan's Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the opposition Freedom and Change Alliance have reached a deal on establishing transitional authorities to jointly govern the country, an African Union (AU) envoy said early Friday. XINHUA PHOTOS - MOHAMED KHIDIR

 

Kenya Police launch operation to mop up unlicensed firearms

Diaspora protest they are unable to travel on Kenya passports

Cricket at Nairobi Gymkhana, 'Stray Lions' and Goan Institute

KSPCA Mombasa annual Charity Golf event at Vipingo Ridge

Port of Mombasa has received the biggest Bulk Carrier vessel

Port of Mombasa has received the biggest Bulk Carrier Vessel | Coastweek

Port of Mombasa has received the biggest bulk carrier vessel in its history following the maiden arrival of MV Lowlands Mimosa. Built in 2018 for Government of Panama, the vessel has a length overall of 199.9 meters, a breadth of 32 meters and a carrying capacity of 63,939 tons. The ship docked at Berth No. 9 where she was to discharge 50,500 metric tons of fertiliser for the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA). PHOTO - KENYA PORTS AUTHORITY

 

Kenyans and South Sudan plan to pacify Border Communities

Kenyan Imports down 3.9 per cent in the First quarter of 2019

Co-operative Bank host Coast MSME customer working forum

Suspected Kenya Terrorist Choclo Abdi Abdullah in Philippines

EU NAVFOR confirm 300 reports of illegal Fishing off Somalia


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Kenya tourism arrivals expecting five percent increase in 2019

China businessman Yang Tao helps build Africa’ e-Commerce

Kenya will host Safari Rally as World Championship candidate

Africa Cup 19: Victor Wanyama’s final against his best friends

Indiza, Snow, Wangai and Ngige meet at KCB 'Karen Masters'

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One hundred ways to enjoy an adventure packed Kenya Safari

Kenya has finalized plans to launch derivatives markets in July

 

Kanbis Sports XI sweep Shree Cutchi Leva Patel Samaj cricket

Kenya signing deals with big firms on development of Oil Fields

Skål Club Kenya Coast visit the Sarova Taita Hills Game Lodge

Coast stakeholders help promote intra-Africa travel and tourism

Kenya effect 3-2 win over Tanzanians in Cairo 'Africa Cup' play

Kenya effect 3-2 win over Tanzanians in Cairo Africa Cup play | Coastweek

CAIRO Egypt (Xinhua) -- Victor Mugubi Wanyama [left] of Kenya vies with Tanzania’s goalkeeper Aishi Salum Manula [orange shirt] during the 2019 African Cup of Nations Group C match between Kenya and Tanzania in Cairo, Egypt. Michael Ogada Olunga [right] of Kenya heads the ball during the 2019 African Cup of Nations Group C match between Kenya and Tanzania in Cairo. Kenya won 3-2. XINHUA PHOTOS - WANG TENG

 

Somalia southwestern Baidoa hosts 323,000 Displaced people

Combined Task Force seminar on Somalia charcoal smuggling

Swedish MPRA contribution to EU Counter Piracy Naval Force

Death and Funeral Announcement - 'Dolly', Dorothy May Watts

Hunting all night: Tired Mara lioness enjoys air-conditioned rest

Hunting all night: Tired Mara lioness enjoys air-conditioned rest | Coastweek

MAASAI MARA (Xinhua) -- Lazy lioness, tired after an all-night hunt, enjoys air-conditioned comfort in the shady branches of a lone tree above the migration plains of the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. XINHUA PHOTO - LI YAN

 

Investors balk as shrinking Stock prices plague Kenyan Bourse

Worm Juice: Kenya farmers harness fertilizer from earthworms

Motorcycle taxis fight proposed new mandatory insurance cover

Ban on non-woven bags paying off amid Plastic bottles menace

Senegal and Algeria ahead after wins over Tanzania and Kenya

Senegal and Algeria ahead after wins over Tanzania and Kenya | Coastweek

CAIRO Egypt (Xinhua) -- Youcef Atal [left] of Algeria vies with Abud Omar Sfantu of Kenya during the 2019 African Cup of Nations Group C match between Algeria and Kenya in Cairo, Egypt, on June 23, 2019. Michael Olunga [right] of Kenya vies with Youcef Atal of Algeria during the 2019 African Cup of Nations Group C match. Algeria won 2-0. XINHUA PHOTOS - LI YAN

 

Kenya foils al-Shabaab attack and kill three militants on border

Ethiopia thwarts 'coup' attempt in Regional state confirms P.M.

Kenya Administration will buy only Locally-assembled Vehicles

Work starts 2024 on coal powered Lamu Electricity generators

Overseas Indians still so Passionate about 'World Cup Cricket'


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Malindi-Bagamoyo Interstate Highway construction starts 2020

Court finds three Terror suspects guilty over Garissa University

Safari Rally edging closer to World Championship re-admission

Kenya Institute Of Management hosts Conference in Mombasa

KWS Airwing pilots fly away on special training in United States

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Mombasa residents enjoy Day of the African Child celebrations

Serena Hotels Tanzania introduce 'Healing Earth Spa' concepts

 

Kenyan Harambee Stars go for history at Africa Cup of Nations

Kenya and Uganda rugby 15's compete in revived 'Victoria Cup'

Erratic Kenya rains boost Ugandan and Tanzania farm products

Expanded Dar es Salaam harbour to handle large cargo vessels

Amboseli National Park still one of most popular Kenyan Safaris

Amboseli National Parks is one of Kenya's most popular parks | Coastweek

AMBOSELI (Xinhua) -- “Home of the African Elephant”: Crowned by Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, the Amboseli National Park remains one of Kenya's most popular safari attractions. The name "Amboseli" comes from a Maasai word meaning "salty dust", and it is one of the best places in Africa to view large herds of elephants up close. XINHUA PHOTO - LI YAN

 

Kenya host Africa Continental conference on Organic Farming

Some Kenyans still disagree on Sustainable Farming or GMOs

Chinese Railway firm refute claim about national share holders

China Southern Airlines launch Nairobi-Changsha direct flights

U.S. six million dollars help treat 50,000 Malnourished Children


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UN Environment director Inger Andersen takes over in Nairobi

Twelve Kenyan police officers killed in attack near border town

Four al-Shabab militants killed in botched attack at Boni Forest

Regulator hikes retail pump prices for Super petrol and Diesels

HMAS Ballarat seizes record six tonnes of narcotics in six days

HMAS Ballarat seizes record six tonnes of narcotics in six days | Coastweek

Royal Australian Navy Frigate HMAS Ballarat has seized a total of 6,828kg of narcotics in a six day period worth a regional wholesale value of over U.S. $3.5 million dollars while deployed to the Middle East working as part of the Pakistan led Combined Task Force 150 (CTF 150). HMAS Ballarat has been operating in the Arabian Sea where she is detecting and boarding suspect vessels, usually dhows, sailing along the notorious 'Hash Highway' to East Africa. Pakistan Navy took command of CTF 150 in April 2019, the crew of HMAS Ballarat has discovered, and subsequently destroyed, quantities of heroin, hashish and methamphetamines hidden onboard the dhows, worth a regional wholesale value of U.S.$7.64 million dollars. HMAS Ballarat has been operating in the Gulf since November 2018 and has conducted 15 boardings during this time. These latest interceptions take her total haul since arriving to just under 21 tonnes of drugs – roughly the weight of ten rhinoceros – worth a regional wholesale value of almost U.S. $25 million dollars. PHOTO - WIKIPEDIA

 

Kenyan Tax Measures will fund U.S. $30 Billion dollars Budget

John Nzioka seeks kiteboarding honour at Cape Verde Games

British Columbia celebrate June 22 as Swahili Community Day

Rwanda reopen border post with Uganda to heavy cargo trucks

Uganda Central Bank will no longer Exchange Kenya Currency

Uganda Central Bank will no longer exchange Kenya Currency | Coastweek

 
NEW KENYA BANKNOTE SERIES: The Central Bank of Kenya has issued new generation banknotes. The front of the banknotes bear the image of Kenyatta International Conference Centre, one of the most iconic and recognisable landmarks in our country. A dove is also shown to symbolise a peaceful Kenya. The images on the back of the banknotes symbolise green energy, agriculture, social services, tourism, and governance. The designs are also more accessible to visually impaired persons. These banknotes will circulate alongside those previously issued and not withdrawn. OFFICIAL IMAGES - CENTRAL BANK OF KENYA

 

East African Golf Challenge Cup renamed 'Africa Region Four'

World Cricketers converging at famous Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Uganda in final negotiations for building railway to Kenyan Port

Seychelles Defense lawyer represents suspect Somalia Pirates

Mark Glen wins in car 48 as Rhino Charge lift K.Sh 156 million

Mark Glen win in car 48 as Rhino Charge raise K.sh156 million | Coastweek

Specially prepared all terrain vehicles compete in the river gauntlet section of this year’s 'Rhino Charge', which was recently held in Nannapa Conservancy, Isiolo County, and helped raised Sh153,499,914 towards eco-system conservation. The results of the 31st edition of the Rhino Charge were announced during a colourful prize-giving ceremony attended by key personalities, including Wildlife Adviser Ali Kaka, representing the Cabinet Secretary for Tourism and Wildlife Hon Najib Balala, H.E. Rahul Chhabra, the High Commissioner of India to Kenya, H.E. Wycliffe Oparanya, the Governor of Kakamega County and Chairman of the Council of Governors, H.E. Dr. Abdi Issa, the Deputy Governor of Isiolo County, Julius Kamau, the Chief Conservator of Forests, Kenya Forest Service, and Simon Gitau, Assistant Director for Mountain Conservation Area, Kenya Wildlife Service. PHOTOS - COURTESY: 'RHINO CHARGE' KENYA

 

Tanzania will probe seven government officials over Corruption

Tanzania Trade Minister and Tax Commissioner General 'fired'

Kenya pastoralists revive Cotton farming with improved returns

Briton John Lloyd leads big foreign interest in Safari Rally 2019

Beefy battle against blindness with Tug-of-War on Diani Beach

Beefy battle against blindness with Tug of War on Diani Beach | Coastweek

KWALE -- 'Diani Rules' has fun and saves sight: While most sensible people were enjoying a lie-in over the Madaraka Weekend these valiant people were pulling for charity ... and pulling for all they were worth. People came from far and wide, both local companies, school teachers and supporters from Nairobi and beyond. A fun weekend was had on the beach and all funds went to Kwale Eye Centre to continue their work in preventing and treating blindness on the Kenya South Coast and inland too. Competitions included ‘Planks’ through a slalom course on the beach and the popular tug-of-war. Kwale Eye Centre has been battling unnecessary blindness for over 25 years now and funds are needed to enable the service to reach all those who are sight impaired. PHOTO - BETHPHOTOGRAPHY

 

Diamond Trust Bank rolling out MSME’s Financial Programme

Muslims enjoy 'Eid-ul-Fitr' at Ronald Ngala ground in Mombasa

Sikh Community Mombasa mark birth of Siri Guru Nanak Devji

Siri Guru Singh Sabha Mombasa give food rations for Kanamai

Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip recovering at 'Aga Khan' hospital


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South Africa reassure investors on central bank independence

President says Zimbabwe will not move without Own Currency

Kenya Foreign exchange reserves reach US 10.1 billion dollars

World Bank forecast six per cent growth for Ugandan economy

Tanzanian national debt rising but sustainable assures minister

African Union condemns reported violence in Khartoum Sudan | Coastweek

DAR ES SALAAM Tanzania (Xinhua) -- Air Tanzania Company Limited, the flag carrier airline of Tanzania based in Dar es Salaam, has recently received the new Airbus A220-300 seen on arrival at Julius Nyerere International Airport. Air Tanzania has become the first African carrier to take delivery of the Airbus A220-300. XINHUA PHOTO

 

Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya host symposium at Travellers

Two people killed after Mandera clash with al-Shabab suspects

KWS contains 'Anthrax' outbreak at Lake Nakuru national Park

French and Pakistan Navies collaborate in major Drugs seizure

African Union condemns reported Violence in Khartoum Sudan

African Union condemns reported violence in Khartoum Sudan | Coastweek

KHARTOUM Sudan (Xinhua) -- Peaceful protesters [left] expand their sit-in area in front of the army's general headquarters in Khartoum, Sudan. Continued weekend protests [right] outside the army's headquarters in Khartoum, Sudan. XINHUA PHOTOS - MOHAMED KHIDIR

 

Bandari dethrone Sharks: Represent Kenya CAF 'Confed' Cup

Seven people killed during 'head-on collision' in western Kenya

Diani Rotarian Wambui Ngunya report on hike to Point Lenana

President pledges support to the 'Harambee Stars' soccer team

Agnes Jebet Tirop and Timothy Cheruiyot's Stockholm success

Agnes Jebet Tirop and Timothy Cheruiyot's Stockholm success | Coastweek

STOCKHOLM (Xinhua) -- Agnes Jebet Tirop [left] of Kenya celebrates after the women’s 5000m at 2019 IAAF Diamond League in Stockholm, capital of Sweden. Agnes Jebet Tirop won the 1st place with 14 minutes and 50.82 seconds. Timothy Cheruiyot [right] of Kenya competes during the men’s 1500m at 2019 IAAF Diamond League in Stockholm, capital of Sweden. Timothy Cheruiyot won the 1st place with 3 minutes and 35.79 seconds. XINHUA PHOTOS - SHAN YUQI

 

Mombasa-Nairobi Railway has carried three million passengers

Organizers restrict Safari Rally entry to 60 drivers on conditions

'Cutchi Rising Stars' upset Gymkhana Starfield in Cricket finals

Zimbabwe wheat farmers will not be spared lengthy power cuts

Ambitious 'African Free Trade Pact' aims to boost Development


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Kenyans confirm US $750 million dollars loan from World Bank

President orders Security agencies to curb country wide killings

Tanzania will create special authority to promote Beach tourism

Seychelles Supreme Court charge Five suspect Somalia pirates

One month since 2019’s first Piracy attack off the Somali Coast

One month since 2019’s first Piracy attack off the Somali Coast | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA -- On 21 April, suspected pirates seized a fishing dhow off the coast of Somalia, holding 23 people hostage. In a matter of hours, the European Union’s counter-piracy force EU NAVFOR Somalia 'Operation Atalanta' had responded to the attack. Two days later, the incident was over; 'Operation Atalanta' had detained five suspects and released 23 hostages. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR

 

Kenya Central Bank keep steady benchmark rate at 9.0 percent

Diamond Trust Bank Group pre-tax profit growing eight per cent

Kenya launch Mortgage Refinance firm to offer loans to lenders

Kenyans to continue efforts rescuing kidnapped Cuban Doctors

Mombasa 'Pedestrian drowns attempting to cross flooded areas'

Mombasa 'Pedestrian drowns attempting to cross flooded areas' | Coastweek

MOMBASA (Xinhua) -- School girls wade through flood water after a heavy down pour in Mombasa. At least one person has been reported dead after his attempt to swim across a flooded area failed. Major roads are flooded and slum areas marooned as heavy rain wreaks havoc in Mombasa, Kilifi, Kwale and Tana River County. The Kenya Meteorological Department said the rain will continue throughout the weekend. XINHUA PHOTO - JOY NABUKEWA

 

South African President Ramaphosa pledging to end Corruption

Zimbabwe Government condemns latest price increases for fuel

Zimbabwe Discomfort with Implementing of 'Austerity Measures'

Kenyans rule out ransom talks on Cuban doctors with al-Shabab

Kenyans in Germany marketing international conference tourism

 

Death toll in western Ugandan boat accident is 16: no survivors

Co-Operatives Principal Secretary' Ali Noor Ismail at 'Travellers'

Kenya looks at tax incentive to boost Affordable Housing supply

KWS spend Ksh.100 million on housing for Rhino Unit Rangers

South African labour unions shocked at job cuts in metal mining

South African labour unions shocked at job cuts in metal mining | Coastweek

JOHANNESBURG South Africa -- South African labour unions have expressed shock over platinum producer Lonmin’s recently announced 4,100-job cut plan. The North West-based mining company has confirmed that it was intending to retrench workers at six mines that no longer have ore to reduce expenditure. South African mining companies especially, in the gold sector, have been under pressure recently due to declining gold prices. In February, Sibanye-Stillwater said it planned to cut nearly 6,000 jobs due to financial losses at some of its gold mines. PHOTO - LONMIN SOUTH AFRICA

 

Kenya to export skilled labourers and boost diaspora remittance

Kenyan Safari Rally may return to motor World Championships

Dumpsite along Mombasa-Malindi Highway is a pollution threat

Five gangster suspects held after Police crackdown on matatus

Mombasa Police recover Illegal Ivory haul at local Bus Terminal

Mombasa Police recover Illegal Ivory haul at local Bus Terminal | Coastweek  

Mombasa Police recover Illegal Ivory haul at local Bus Terminal | Coastweek

MOMBASA (Xinhua) -- A police officer in civilian clothes displays ivory pieces nabbed at a bus terminus in Mombasa. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) rangers on Thursday nabbed eight pieces of ivory concealed in a maize sack and arrested two suspects at a bus station in Mombasa city. Mombasa police commander Johnstone Ipara said the pieces weighing about eight kilograms were hidden inside a sack full of maize to disguise as a maize consignment. XINHUA PHOTOS - JOY NAKUKEWA

 

Tanzanians fining Acacia Mining over 'Environmental Pollution'

Countdown now starting in Race for next British Prime Minister

Zimbabwe Central Bank scrapping Subsidized Exchange Rates

Pakistan Navy led CTF 150 seizing over 5,600 Kgs of narcotics

Ramadan Kareem: Serena Hotels cordially invite Muslim guests


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Energy Industry Regulator increasing Retail pump Price of fuel

Kenya re-inforces Security during Ramadan amid terror threats

Mobile Money transactions up 11 per cent first quarter of 2019

Cyber attacks surge amid growth in internet and mobile-money

Kenya Financial institutions expanding across regional markets

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  Saturday, May 18, 2019: The Next Full Moon is a 'Blue Moon'

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The next full Moon will be on Saturday, May 18, 2019, appearing opposite the Sun (in Earth-based longitude) at 5:11 PM EDT.

The Moon will appear full for about three days around this time, from Friday evening through Monday morning, making this a full Moon weekend.

In recent years, people have been using the name 'Blue Moon' for the second of two full moons in a single calendar month. An older definition of 'Blue Moon' is that it is the third of four full moons in a single (Spring/ Summer/ Autumn/ Winter) season.

 
 
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FLASHBACK: A large aircraft [centre left] is seen flying in front of the second full moon for the month of July,
Friday, July 31, 2015, in Arlington, Virginia.
Source: NASA PHOTO - JOEL KOWSKY

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Two million Somalis facing severe hunger due to drought - UN

Zimbabwe confirms annual Inflation Index rising to 76 per cent

At least 14 die after Garissa road accident in North east Kenya

Diver has lucky escape after being swallowed by Bryde’s whale

Kenya ministry promotes Conservation of Indian Ocean whales

Kenya ministry promotes conservation of Indian Ocean whales | Coastweek

Bryde’s whale occurs throughout the Indian Ocean north of about 35°S. The Bryde’s whale is a baleen whale, more specifically a rorqual belonging to the same group as blue whales and humpback whales. They usually appear individually or in pairs, and occasionally in loose aggregations up to 20 animals around feeding areas. Adult female Bryde's whales average about 44 feet long and males average 42 feet - about the length of a modern school bus. PHOTO - COURTESY: WIKIPEDIA

 

Smartphones and affordable Kenya Internet a boon to farmers

Dairy keepers find lifeline in bulked feeds amid climate change

Kenya develop local content policies to grow Oil and gas sector

CTF-150 'Operation Surge' seize heroin, crystal meth and hash

Muslim Association Mombasa distribute Ramadhan Food ration

Muslim Association Mombasa distribute Ramadhan Food ration  | Coastweek

Shaahid Sheikh hands over Ramadhan Food Ration to Henny’s Orphanage in Kwale. Looking on is Ustad Matata and Essak Dawood (right). It is a great relief for the poor residence of the area when Shaahid Sheikh of the Muslim Association of Mombasa arrives with a truck load of food and distributes nutritious food ration for a full month to the deserving families in Moyeni, Kwale. PHOTO - M.A.M.

 

African Tanzania meet will discuss Indian Ocean Governance

Tundo, Manvir, Chager in charge at 'Arc Zambian Motor Rally'

South Sudanese agree to delay of unity government formation

Zimbabwe court declare Chamisa illegitimate opposition leader

Devout Muslim pilgrims perform Umrah in Holy City of Makkah

Muslim pilgrims are performing Umrah in Holy City of Makkah  | Coastweek

MAKKAH Saudi Arabia -- Panoramic view of Makkatul-Mukarrama made of twenty images from platform in Abrajal-Bayt at 400m height. PHOTO - COURTESY: WIKIPEDIA

 

Somalia faults Kenya 'Re-introducing flight stopovers in Wajir'

Mombasa Court sentences UK terror suspect Jermaine Grant

Menacing Al-Shabaab gangsters steal Mandera Gun and food

At least 11 Kenyans Dead in clash near Kenya-Ethiopia border

Kenya seize Counterfeit goods passing through Mombasa port


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Sarova's Jimi Kariuki appointed to Kenya Tourism Board Chair

Kenya seeks innovative financing to revitalize higher education

Mombasa KSPCA rescues four white tailed mongoose at Nyali

President Trump presents Tiger Woods with Medal of Freedom

First Menengai Lemon Karting Championship draws ace racers

First Menengai Lemon Karting Championship draws ace racers  | Coastweek

NAKURU -- Quick start as the flag goes up on seven entrants racing at 'The Great Rift Valley' (TGRV) circuit in Mai Mahiu. Go-Karting is one of the fastest growing motorsports disciplines in Kenya and indeed a breeding ground of Kenya’s celebrated drivers including Tejas Hirani who later upgraded to FIA RX Lites world series where his career best was a podium and Kabras Sugar Racing lead driver Baldev Chager who is a multiple Safari and Kenya Champion. PHOTO - TGVR VIDEO

 

Livestock Insurance causing major shift in addressing Drought

Kenyans warming up to internet TV as digital subscriptions rise

Digital credit ease now cloud out Cash transactions over Kenya

Tanzania Zanzibar Island plan to re-inforce relations with Brazil

HMCS Regina complete more Hash and heroin haul drug busts

HMCS Regina completes two more heroin and hash drug busts  | Coastweek

WESTERN INDIAN OCEAN -- In just four days, Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Regina, under the command of the Pakistan led Combined Task Force (CTF) 150, conducted its second and third illegal narcotic hauls, seizing and destroying just over 4,500Kgs of hashish and ten Kgs of heroin. The drug seizures were yet further successful illegal narcotic interceptions in an area known to Somalia counter piracy patrols as the ‘hash highway’ to East Africa. PHOTO - COMBINED MARITIME FORCES

 

Kenyan security crack down on Somalia terrorist sympathizers

Marathon champ Brigid Kosgei looking forward to title defense

Tanzanians mourn demise of business tycoon Reginald Mengi

ALLAN MUTISO: Days of Sunshine and Rainfall over Wajir County

Christian Dior offers new Resort 2020 Collection in Marrakech

 Top models present latest fashion creations during the Christian Dior's Resort 2020 collection show in Marrakech, Morocco | Coastweek

MARRAKECH Morocco (Xinhua) -- Top models present latest fashion creations during the Christian Dior's Resort 2020 collection show in Marrakech, Morocco. XINHUA PHOTOS - CHADI             FURTHER READING: Marrakech and the second coming of Dior

 

Kwale Base Titanium mining show first quarter exports decline

South Africa guests enjoy meal at 'Sky Table' in Johannesburg

Registrars Office 'Huduma Number' at Travellers' Beach Hotel

Kilifi First Lady Elizabeth Kingi gracing 'Sina Health' Workshop

Englishpoint Marina Karahi Restaurant mark First Anniversary

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HARSH MAROO: Piyush Gudka's tribute to the Great Marathoners

Kenyans Eliud Kipchoge & Brigid Kosgei win London Marathon

Kenyans Eliud Kipchoge and Brigid Kosgei win London Marathon | Coastweek

LONDON United Kingdom (Xinhua) -- Britain’s Prince Harry is seen with men’s winner of 2019 London Marathon, Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge and women’s winner Kenya’s Brigid Kosgei. XINHUA PHOTO - RICHARD WASHBROOKE

 

A robust Kenyan economy expanding by 6.3 per cent in 2018

Kenya industrialists seeking partnerships to grow Steel sector

Pwani Oil generous soap donation to coast youth organization

CYPRIAN FERNANDES: Kibwezi tourism pioneer - Lewis De Souza

Suspected Somalia pirates held and transferred to Seychelles

Suspected Somalia pirates held and transferred to Seychelles | Coastweek

ROTA Spain -- EU NAVFOR Somalia 'Operation Atalanta' have transferred five suspect Somalia pirates to Seychellois authorities after responding to piracy attacks on 21 April. Two of the suspects were likely wounded during piracy attempts. They were transported in Spanish flagship ESPS Navarra to Seychellois authorities in accordance with a transfer agreement between the Seychelles and the European Union. PHOTOS - EUNAVFOR

 

Jepkosgei leaving worry behind for Hamburg Marathon debut

Kenya missing out on Beach Volleyball World Championships

CAF cash helps Kenya with Africa Cup of Nations preparation

CYPRIAN FERNANDES: Olaf Ribeiro - 'The Man Who Loved Trees'

Sudan military giving assurance to hand over power to people

 

Efforts to release kidnapped Cuban doctors continue: Minister

Jermaine Grant is Guilty of possessing bomb-making material

Kenya anti-graft campaigners decry rising levels of Corruption

Former Kenyan defender is banned ten years' for match fixing

China counter-piracy fleet escorting 6,600 vessels off Somalia

China counter-piracy fleet escorting 6,600 vessels off Somalia | Coastweek

GULF OF ADEN (Xinhua) --Changbaishan Warship [right] is seen during a convoy mission executed by five warships from the 18th and 19th batches of convoy fleets sent by the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy in the Gulf of Aden. XINHUA PHOTO - ZHANG YUELIN

 

UN commend Kenya over developing dhow from plastic waste

Mombasa-Nairobi Railway boosts growth of Domestic tourism

Economist assures BRI is helping improve Africa development

Kenyan banks leverage on Mobile Apps to offer Extra Services

Competence-based Curriculum implementation Still on course


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Cuba consults with Kenya and Somalia about Abducted Doctors

Christians in Mombasa mark 'Good Friday' with Holy procession

Kenya Wildlife Service curb Human Wildlife Conflicts over water

Giraffes drinking water under a full moon in Tsavo National Park

Mkomazi National Park promoting Tourism with Black rhinoceros

Mkomazi National Park promoting tourism with black rhinoceros | Coastweek

Black rhino (Diceros bicornis) have been successfully re-introduced to Tanzania's popular Mkomazi National Park, located in northeastern Tanzania on the Kenyan border, in Kilimanjaro Region and Tanga Region. The park covers over 3,234 square kilometres (323,400 ha), and is dominated by Acacia-Commiphora vegetation; it is contiguous with Kenya's Tsavo West National Park. Together with Tsavo, it forms one of the largest and most important protected eco-systems on earth. PHOTOS - GEORGEADAMSON.ORG and TUSK.ORG

 

Lawrence Cherono confirms entry World Championships Doha

Alfred Kering and Valentine Kipketer will join Nagano Marathon

Chef Anita Kerai returns to her culinary roots for new TV series

Sudan military role is to prepare a peaceful political atmosphere

Sudan shift 'is support for popular demands and not army coup'

Sudan shift 'is support for popular demands and not army coup' | Coastweek

KHARTOUM Sudan (Xinhua) -- Sudanese people are continuing their protest against the military council in front of the army’s general headquarters in Khartoum, Sudan. Sudan’s opposition Freedom and Change Alliance on Friday urged the new leadership of the Transitional Military Council to transfer power to a transitional civilian government. The alliance urged the protesters to continue their sit-in before the army’s general headquarters. Earlier on Friday, chairman of Sudan’s transitional military council Awad Mohamed Ahmed Ibn Auf announced his resignation. He named Lt. Gen. Abdel-Fattah al-Burhan Abdel-Rahman as his successor. XINHUA PHOTOS - MOHAMED KHIDIR

 

Government warning Millers against hiking Price of Maize flour

Turkana women lead a 'Green revolution' despite biting drought

Kaptembwa Farmers grapple with effects of Prolonged Drought

Kenya small-scale farmers urged grow globally acceptable food

Uganda uphold decision on age limits of running for presidency

 

Somalia security confirms killing of IS Commander in Puntland

Nakuru school hosts 57th Kenya Science and Engineering Fair

Simbakubwa kutokaafrika: Ancient ‘lion’ discovered in Western

Cuba working to rescue Doctors abducted in Kenya - President

Peter Tabichi is ‘Champion For Children In Conflicts And Crisis’

Peter Tabichi is ‘Champion For Children In Conflicts And Crisis’ | Coastweek

In March, Peter Tabichi, a Maths and Physics teacher at Keriko Secondary School, Pwani Village, Nakuru, Kenya, was named as the winner of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize 2019, awarded under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai. At a glittering award ceremony at Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai, his triumph announced by actor, singer, and producer Hugh Jackman. PHOTO - VARKEY FOUNDATION

 

Raila Odinga says Infrastructure Development is key to growth

Kenya staring at Relegation from 'Rugby Sevens' World Series

FRIENDS OF FORT JESUS: Dr Martin Nelson on ‘The Jews of Africa’

Tanzanians arresting foreigner over Smuggling of 47 Tortoises

Canadian navy seize 2,569 kgs of hashish in the Indian Ocean

Canadian navy seize 2,569 kgs of hashish in the Indian Ocean | Coastweek

Canadian counter piracy warship 'HMCS Regina' boarding crew prepare to search a smugglers' dhow carrying 2,569 kilograms of hashish of narcotics during 'Operation Artemis'. PHOTO: CORPORAL STUART EVANS, BORDEN IMAGING SERVICES

 

U.S. sanctions alleged Kenya-based female IS financial helper

Debutant Lawrence Cherono sweeps 123rd 'Boston Marathon'

Kiprop Rutto and Judith Jeptum Korir take 'Belgrade Marathon'

Super swimmer Maria Brunlenher to be tested at World events

Endangered species suffer from Habitat Loss around the world

Endangered species suffer from Habitat Loss around the world | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Najib Balala, Kenyan Cabinet Secretary for Tourism delivers his speech during a global march for Elephants, Rhinos, Lions and other endangered species (GMFER) in Nairobi. Kenya will lobby the international community to delegitimize trade in wildlife products amid threats of extinction facing iconic species like elephants and rhinos, an official said on Saturday. XINHUA PHOTOS - CHARLES ONYANGO

 

Thirty years' repeat customers Back at Voyager Beach Resort

Mombasa County Police Commander attending Food donation

Jocham Hospital launch National Nurses Association of Kenya

Kilifi County first Lady Elizabeth Kingi gracing Travellers' event

'Customer Appreciation Week' held at Mbaraki CFS Mombasa


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Kersi Rustomji: Mombasa Cricket pioneer Burjorji Commissariat

Friends of Fort Jesus' mourn passing of Coastweek newspaper

‘Asante Sana’ as Coastweek celebrates its Fortieth Anniversary

RAZIYA MOHAMEDALI: Shopping is so difficult for Disabled people
HMS Dragon end tour with drug hauls under CTF-150 command

HMS Dragon end tour with drug hauls under CTF-150 command | Coastweek

Royal Navy warship, HMS Dragon, has concluded its operations under the command of Combined Task Force (CTF) 150 on a high note with two final drug seizures before heading back to its homeport of Portsmouth, England. PHOTOS - CTF 150.

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Cuba collaborates with Kenya to find kidnapped Cuban doctors

Nordic countries support Kenya efforts in Climate Change fight

Dismas Indiza lead on Thika K.C.B. road To Karen Masters leg

Experts urge Kenya to partner with China and benefit from BRI

'Belt and Road Initiative' is anything but a Debt trap for Africans

Kenya prepare to promote new World Heritage Site for Tourism | Coastweek

MIRITINI Mombasa (Xinhua) -- Recent aerial photo shows a down train running on the Chinese-funded Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway in Kenya. "Development of transport network contributes to lower cost of distribution of goods and services among regions and increase in productivity through the availability of access to a diversified set of resources." XINHUA PHOTO - WANG TENG

 

Kenya arrest one suspect over abduction of two Cuban doctors

KQ confirm deal with Delta Air Lines to expand U.S. operations

Easter show with comedian Eric Omondi at Sarova Whitesands

Brexit: Britain look at another six months in the European Union

Kenya prepare to promote new 'World Heritage' site for Tourism

Kenya prepare to promote new World Heritage Site for Tourism | Coastweek

Thimlich Ohinga Cultural Landscape is situated in Migori County in Kenya. It is a dry stone walling enclosure that reaches four metres high in some sections and two metres wide covering fifty two acres of land, with smaller inner enclosures that were probably cattle kraals. The walls are over 500 years old and the architectural technique used in its construction of using dry stones meticulously arranged without use of mortar is still a mystery. At Thimlich Ohinga three massive enclosures are interlinked. That is Kochieng, Kakuku and Koluoch enclosures. The monument was gazetted as a National Monument in 1981. PHOTOS - WIKIPEDIA and TRIPADVISOR

 

Kenya economy will grow by 5.7 per cent in 2019: World Bank

Young School games rugby player drowns off Mombasa beach

Sharp Nairobi Police seize 12 kilos in heroin haul at JKI Airport

Sudan Security service confirm release of all political detainees

Piracy: Armed criminals no longer terrorize our Regional waters

Piracy: Armed criminals no longer terrorize our Regional waters | Coastweek

TEN YEARS' AGO: Somali pirates release the Liberian-flagged supertanker 'Sirius Star' and its 25 crew including two Britons after a ransom of two million pounds sterling was reportedly paid on behalf of the ship's owners. After hijack the vessel was anchored at Harardhere, Somalia. U.S. NAVY PHOTO BY AVIATION WARFARE SYSTEMS OPERATOR 2ND CLASS WILLIAM S. STEVENS - NAVY.MIL

 

Former African Presidents visiting Zambia for Kaunda Birthday

Kenyans will secure Wildlife Corridors to promote conservation

Tanzania alarm at Cheetah killings in Serengeti by tourism cars

Kenya commend new strategy in fight against Marathon doping

Vincent Kipchumba & Nancy Kiprop win 'Vienna City Marathon'


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Former Kenyan international cricketer says standards slumped

Kenya losing at volleyball amid doubts for Olympic qualification

President forms tribunal to probe top judge over abuse of office

Kenya ask more time to meet Maritime Single Window Systems

Jeanne d’Arc Task Group supports EU NAVFOR counter piracy

Jeanne d’Arc Task Group support EU NAVFOR counter piracy operations | Coastweek

In March 2019 the Jeanne d’Arc Task Group, composed of FS LHD Tonnerre and FS La Fayette, acted in support to EU NAVFOR operation ATALANTA. Both ships observed Best Management Practices being implemented by the vessels off the coasts of Somalia, in order to deter piracy activities. In addition, a Falcon 50 aircraft from squadron 24F deployed in the area, as well as, an Alouette III helicopter from squadron 22S onboard Tonnerre maritime surveillance as well as reconnaissance missions were conducted. All these means and actions were paramount in order to maintain stability in the Gulf of Aden and Indian Ocean, zones with vital strategic maritime routes. It is worth nothing that, at the same time, this operation allowed 130 trainee officers to understand and learn of the organization of naval forces in an operational context. PHOTO - EU NAVFOR

 

Kenya encouraged: Diversify exports and help cut trade deficit

Cuba vice president Ines Chapman visits Nairobi national park

KUL BHUSHAN: Photo-journalist Mo Amin’s big Kenya Chronicles

KUL BHUSHAN: Zen - Ready for 'Walker Witnessing the Walking'

Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort and Spa join for 'Earth Hour'

Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort and Spa join for 'Earth Hour' | Coastweek

Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort and Spa staff participate in 2019 global switch off event popularly known as the Earth Hour on Saturday March 30th, 2019 as part of their environmental commitment. This year’s theme was "Reduce, Re-use, Change the Way We Live". The event that involved both the staff and guests was marked with an array of activities ranging from switching of the lights for one hour between 8.30pm and 9.30pm , taking Earth Hour pledge of replacing energy efficient lamps at home, use public transport, and save water and awarding guests and staff who best captured the event theme.

 

Harare motorists facing fresh fuel shortages Zimbabwe capital

Lady Members of Parliament mark International Womens' Day

Kenyan ministry now launch 'Biometric Registration' of citizens

United States pension Fund visitors pledge Kenya Investments

Global win priest Peter Tabichi grapples with High expectations

Kenya global teacher prize winner Peter Tabichi grapples with high expectations from community | Coastweek

NAKURU  -- It has been seven days since Peter Tabichi was awarded the prestigious Global Teacher Prize by Varkey Foundation. As soon as the mathematics and physics teacher was crowned the winner on March 24, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), he became the man of the moment attracting tributes and acclamation from across the world. PHOTOS - VARKEY FOUNDATION

 

Kenya Banks eye Ethiopia and Somalia Market as profits soar

Mobile sector posts impressive growth for fourth quarter, 2018

Kenya overall Inflation Rate rose to 4.35 percent during March

Cyprian Fernandes: Joe Antao's epic 8,000 kilometre Golf Safari

Kenya and Uganda to boost Trade ties and regional integration

MOMBASA (Xinhua) -- Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta [right] and his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni address a press briefing at State House in Mombasa. Yoweri Museveni began a two-day state visit to Kenya on Wednesday as part of efforts to shore up bilateral ties between the two countries. XINHUA PHOTO - JOY NABUKEWA

 

Hellen Obiri makes IAAF Cross Country championship history

Ramzan and Hafiza open 'Shankar Electronics Shop' at Ratna

TITUS MUSAU: Tourists relax at four-star Travellers' Beach Hotel

Kenyan dairy farmers urge reinstatement of extension services

Cabinet secretary Najib Balala hosted journalist Richard Quest


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Britain and European Union Still Uncertain beyond 'Brexit Day'

Kenya science teacher Peter Tabichi wins Million Dollar award

Kenya reports surge in U.S. dollar reserves amid rising inflows

Tanzania deal with RwandAir to ferry fish to overseas markets

President Kenyatta talking to Russian envoy Mikhail Bogdanov

 

East African Soccer lands four tickets to AFCON final in Egypt

History-making 'Gor Mahia' put Kenyan Football on Africa Map

Bleak future as South Africans face an 'unending energy crisis'

CYPRIAN FERNANDES: Architect Anthony B. Almeida is dead

AMISOM Forces training with Mogadishu Police Maritime Units

African models display Concreto creations at Portugal Fashion | Coastweek

MOGADISHU Somalia -- EU NAVFOR have supported a successful joint Somali / Ugandan maritime leadership training exercise course in the capital, Mogadishu. Delivered by British Peace Support Team (Africa), the week long course involved junior officers from both the Somali Police Force Maritime Police Unit and the Ugandan African Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) Marine Unit, and saw them put into practice on the sea the leadership lessons they had learned in the classroom. PHOTO - EU NAVFOR

 

Geraldine Dunford sweeps Lady’s Prize with large Blue Marlin

Friends of Fort Jesus: 40th Birthday is celebrated in Grand style

Zanzibar land Reclamation will spur new Tanzania Investment

Kenya and Ethiopia criticize IAAF dropping long distance races

Kenya forecasts flash Floods in some areas after long dry spell

Terror suspect made use of modified weapon in mosque attack | Coastweek

BARINGO (Xinhua) -- Residents [left] eat wild fruits to beat hunger pangs in Baringo county, Kenya. Residents fetch drinking water [right] from a well in Baringo county. Several people have reportedly died of hunger-related complications in Baringo County, while thousands of others face starvation as the ongoing drought takes its toll. XINHUA PHOTO - ALLAN MUTISO

Top African models show Concreto Creations at Porto Fashion

African models display Concreto creations at Portugal Fashion | Coastweek

PORTO (Xinhua) -- Beautiful models display latest creations of Portuguese designer Concreto during the Portugal Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2019/ 20 in Porto, Portugal. XINHUA PHOTOS - ZHANG LIYUN

 

Kenya Airways and Alitalia airline start Codeshare agreement

Boeing 'finalize' MCAS Software update following Addis crash

Versatile mobile apps help Kenyan farmers shape New future

Chinese firm prepare new pilot electric Motor Bikes for Kenya

Chinese firms construct Ethiopia-Djibouti natural Gas Pipeline


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Top Kenya women golfers competing in Ladies European Tour

Systems Go as riders return to Jamhuri circuit for Motocross 3

Zanzibar look into promotion of unexplored Tourist destinations

Death tolls from Christchurch mosques attacks has risen to 49

Terror suspect made use of modified weapon in mosque attack

Terror suspect made use of modified weapon in mosque attack | Coastweek

CHRISTCHURCH New Zealand (Xinhua) -- The site of the terrorist attacks is sealed off in Christchurch, New Zealand. Bunches of flowers are presented near the site of the terrorist attacks on March 16, 2019. Gunmen opened fire in two separate mosques in Christchurch on Friday, killing 49 people and wounding 48 others. XINHUA PHOTOS - LU HUAIQIAN

 

Kenya tourism growth exceeding sub-Saharan average in 2018

Top Kenyan pair targets Africa slot for Beach Volleyball Worlds

British MPs rule out new Referendum and back delaying Brexit

Dieselgate: Scandal now costs VW over U.S. $31 billion dollars

Judicial Service Commission probe four Supreme Court judges

 

Kwale Police are searching for two 'al-Shabaab' terror suspects

British Business leaders call for taking 'No-Deal' option off table

Blow for Theresa May as lawmakers again reject her Brexit deal

Zimbabwe 2019 Tobacco marketing season will open next week

Warship ITS Margottini re-joining Somalia counter piracy patrols

ITS Margottini is re-joining EU NAVFOR for Somalia counter piracy patrols | Coastweek

ITS Margottini is re-joining EU NAVFOR for its second six-month tour participating in 'Operation Atalanta', the European Union’s first naval operation, launched in 2008 to prevent piracy at sea off the Horn of Africa and in the Indian Ocean. Under Commander Marco Guerriero, the ITS Carlo Margottini was built in 2014. Although it specialises in stealth and anti-submarine warfare, it is equipped for multiple types of mission. At 144 metres in length, it has a crew of 167 and has a maximum speed of 27 knots. The frigate carries two helicopters; a surface anti-air missile system; two torpedo launch systems and two deck guns in its arsenal. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR

 

'Plane was swinging widely: With smoke coming from rear end'

Ethiopian Airlines’ worst passengers jet crash leaving 157 dead

International grief: United Nations say saddened by plane crash

Victims from over 30 Countries aboard crashed Ethiopian plane

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Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Tewolde Gebremariam is seen examining wreckage at the site of the airplane crash near Bishoftu city, about 45 km southeast of the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.

All 149 passengers and eight crew members aboard ET 302, bound for Nairobi, Kenya, are confirmed killed, the Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation (EBC) said.

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ADDIS ABABA Ethiopia (Xinhua) -- An Ethiopian Airlines (ET) plane flying from Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa to Kenyan capital Nairobi has crashed, the office of Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said on Sunday.

In a press statement, ET said the Boeing 737 airplane had 149 passengers and eight crew on board.

The plane crashed near Bishoftu city, about 45 kms southeast of Addis Ababa, said the ET statement.

 
 

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Kenyan Police raid 'al-Shabaab' training center in Kwale County

Combined Task Force 150 seizing 4,085 Kg. of illegal narcotics


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Hotel Englishpoint host three days Mombasa training workshop

Jane Goodall Institute building Tanzanian chimpanzee museum

Motorbike taxi riders adopt hailing apps as the market saturates

Famine looms across Zimbabwe as Crops fail after erratic rains

Air France add two more weekly Boeing flights to Kenya in April

Air France add two more weekly Boeing flights to Kenya in April | Coastweek

Air France to add two more weekly flights to Kenya in April : Air France will operate the latest generation aircraft on the route - Boeing 787- 9 equipped with the state-of-the-art cabin features to ensure a superior customer experience.

 

Kenyan Foreign Exchange Reserves surge on stronger Shilling

Zanzibar authority warns people against harassment of tourists

Special Zones plan to protect Marine resource across Tanzania

United States airstrikes kill 26 al-Shabaab fighters over Somalia

Kenya airports authorities assurance on normal flight operations

Kenya airport authorities assurance on normal flight operations | Coastweek

MOMBASA (Xinhua) -- Stranded passengers are seen at the Moi International Airport in Mombasa. Flights to and from Kenya’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) were disrupted on Wednesday as aviation workers began a strike over a dispute with airport management. XINHUA PHOTO - FRED MUTUNE

 

Calls for CAF to suspend Mali Referee after Gor Mahia defeat

Overheating in Tomcat V8 cost Geoff Mayes victory in Kajiado

Cyprian Fernandes: Joe Antao' epic 8000 kilometre Golf safari

Police locate fake Gold and foreign cash haul at Kiambu house

Long dry spell brings good tidings to few savvy Kenyan farmers


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Top drivers gear up for the weekend KCB 'Kajiado Rally' Action

Amiran Kenya sponsor of the 2019 Kenyan National Rally Raid

Five weeks left before Kenya Rugby Union head into the playoff

KWS warning on increased incidence of human wildlife conflict

French Navy counter piracy ship find and destroys hashish haul

French Navy counter piracy ship find and destroys hashish haul | Coastweek

Further success for the French Navy as French Ship (FS) Cassard have seized and destroyed 2,031 kg of hashish in international waters off the coast of Oman on the 'Smack Track' narcotics smuggling route running to the East African coast. This marks the second successful boarding for FS Cassard while operating under the direction of Combined Task Force (CTF) 150. On 31st January 2019, FS Cassard seized and destroyed over 665 kg of heroin during CTF 150 focused operation MARHABA. A hundred bags of hashish, weighing approximately 20 kg each, were also discovered. PHOTOS - CMF

 

Fazul Mahamed at Graduation for thirty New 'Securex' Officers

Aameen Dhanji wins 'Hatua Network' Charity Golf Tournament

Sabo Kalsi sweeps Road To The Masters opener at Sigona GC

Mombasa north coast PrideInn Hotel attending ITB Berlin 2019

Kenya hospitality attend South Africa International Tourism Fair

 

Kenya to pursue peaceful resolution of Somalia border dispute

Pressures on Gor Mahia in CAF Cup against NA Hussein Dey

KCB road to the 'Masters' opener heading for Sigona Golf Club

Mombasa KSPCA treated 286 Dogs and 522 Cats during 2018

Kenya begins construction of Turkana crude oil pipeline in 2020

Kenya begin construction of Turkana crude oil pipeline in 2020  | Coastweek

Tullow Oil exploration site in Turkana County: The proposed pipeline which is expected to cost 110 billion shillings (1.1 billion U.S. dollars) will be a joint venture between the government and the Kenya Joint Venture (KJV)- whose shareholders are Tullow, Africa Oil and Total. IMAGES COURTESY - TULLOW OIL

 

Crude Oil Export beginning June from Turkana Lokichar Basin

Baringo bandits killing two police reservists in northwest Kenya

Tribal clash is threatening crude oil export from northern Kenya

Kenya will begin dredging Lake Victoria to boost marine access

EU NAVFOR and Japan Navy in joint Counter Piracy Exercises

EU NAVFOR and Japan Navy in joint Counter Piracy Exercises  | Coastweek

EU NAVFOR ship ESPS Relampago recently met the Japanese Maritime Self-Defence Force destroyer JDS Samidare in Djibouti. While alongside the Commanding Officers met to discuss their ongoing operations in the Gulf of Aden. Meetings like this are important in the continuing development of relationships between participating countries to help increase capability and to deter piracy. PHOTO- EU NAVFOR

 

Kenya recall envoy from Somalia following auction of Oil blocs

At least ten killed in road Accident on Nakuru-Eldoret Highway

Bamburi cement promote Hydraulic Road construction Binders

Titus Musau: Celebrating Valentines' at Voyager Beach Resort

Local Pros playing four of the five 'Road to The Masters' series


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Kenya suspends Tokyo winner Sarah Chepchirchir over doping

Tanzania government to build dry port in Northern area: official

Zimbabwe teachers union exhort government and call off strike

Rosemary Kaittany: 'January was a Month tinged with sadness'

Red Roses from Kenya to Australia: Panalpina made it possible

Red Roses from Kenya to Australia: Panalpina made it possible | Coastweek

Love-struck Australians who want to give out roses for Valentine’s Day on February 14 have Panalpina and the Kenyan horticultural industry to thank. International freight forwarding and logistics company Panalpina has just flown an entire Boeing 777 cargo aircraft packed full of freshly cut roses from Nairobi to Sydney, right in time for the romantic holiday.

 

Friends of Fort Jesus preparing 40 years' Mombasa celebration

Jocham Hospital Mombasa completes millions medical upgrade

Charity launch BHOPA plans to boost health of elderly Kenyans

Tana River farmers persist despite Threat of Pests and Drought

Food insecurity across Coast due to reliance on rainfed farming

Food insecurity across Coast due to reliance on rainfed farming | Coastweek

TANA RIVER (Xinhua) -- Dry maize field in Tana River, Kenya. Farmers in the coastal region of Kenya are facing total crop failure due to over reliance on rainfed agriculture. A farmer goes about his work at his farm in Malindi. Farmers living along River Sabaki in Malindi Sub County have started irrigating their farms in a large scale as a way of increasing their crop yields. XINHUA PHOTOS - PETER MUTAI

 

Onkar Rai and Gavin Laurence raise some rally dust in Nakuru

Gor Mahia crush rivals AFC Leopards in biggest Football derby

Tanzania on full alert against terror attacks says Prime Minister

Tanzanians approve upgrading game reserves to national parks

Spain navy rescue two stranded Somalia fishermen off Socotra

Spain navy rescue two stranded Somalia fishermen off Socotra | Coastweek

Operation Atalanta Spanish Maritime Patrol Aircraft and Warship ESPS Relampago have worked with Japanese aircrew to rescue two men from upturned skiffs off Socotra Somalia coast in Gulf of Aden. The men had been sighted at first light by the aircrew of a Japanese Maritime Patrol Aircraft. Shortly afterwards Operation Atalanta’s Spanish Maritime Patrol Aircraft arrived at the scene and kept a close eye on the situation until ESPS Relampago, which was the closest ship, could reach them to provide lifesaving assistance. Once the Spanish warship arrived at the scene, the two men were winched on board by the ship’s helicopter crew and provided with water, food and medical care. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR

 

Kenyan court release two foreigners over suspected terror links

United States military launching air strikes in Southern Somalia

Foreign currency: Zimbabwe gold producer suspends operation

Shilling at six-month High against U.S. dollar on stronger inflow

Cheaper Loans elude most Kenyans despite Interest Rate Caps


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Kenya joins World Bank to lure investors in Affordable Housing

Kenyan health workers start strike over delay in Pay agreement

Tanzania State mines gear up for 'viable business opportunities'

President cautions against external interference in Africa affairs

Kenyan workers operating Chinese cranes in Lamu Port Project

Kenyan workers operating Chinese cranes in Lamu Port Project | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Drone photo taken on January 30, 2019 shows a heavy duty construction crane [left] at Lamu Port. Kenyan machine driver Alfred [right] now operates this crane during development work. Alfred, who did not know much about cranes, has been learning from Chinese engineer instructor Zhang Zhigang for three years and is now able to operate a 150-ton crane on his own. The Lamu Port project, contracted by China Communications Construction Company Limited, is located in Manda Bay, northeast Kenya. Zhang Zhigang and more than 200 other Chinese staff are working hard to ensure successful completion during construction period. XINHUA PHOTOS - WANG TENG

 

Kenya rugby coach seeking senior players after dismal showing

Pope Francis and Grand Imam of Al Azhar gather in Abu Dhabi

US warns of possible Kenya terror attacks targeting Westerners

Two terror suspects jailed in Mombasa: five arraigned in Nairobi

Australians seize drugs haul on the 'Hash Highway' off Somalia

 

Gor Mahia FC stuns Egypt Zamalek FC in a Confed Cup thriller

Kenyans step up security patrols after arrests at Somalia border

Prominent Dubai business group renovate Starehe Boys Center

Nairobi advocate Kamau Karori is honoured with Burning Spear

Record breaking Onkar predicts tough season ahead with 'Evos

Record breaking Onkar predicts tough season ahead with Evos | Coastweek

KCB Nakuru Rally winner Onkar Rai has predicted a ‘fast and furious’ Kenya National Rally Championship (KNRC) season following a neck-and-neck tussle with teammate Baldev Chager and defending champion "Carl "Flash" Tundo. Onkar became the first driver to rack up a hat-trick of wins on Nakuru Rally history after he eclipsed Tundo in a last stage shootout at the Gicheha Farm. PHOTO - CMONCY IMAGES.

 

Top 52 local Stars face 13 European Ladies Tour Professionals

East Africa leaders visiting Tanzania for Heads of State summit

Tanzania Central Bank defuses tension on Shilling depreciation

Kenya Port Authority warning against Fraudsters who offer jobs

European Capability Mission train with Somaliland Coast Guard

European Capability Mission train with Somaliland Coast Guard | Coastweek

The Spanish ship ESPS Relámpago has welcomed the Somaliland Coast Guard (SLCG) and representatives from the Somali Ministry of Interior (MOI) on board the ship in the Gulf of Aden. They were accompanied by personnel from EUCAP Somalia, the European Capability Mission. During the visit the SLCG had the opportunity to train with the Spanish crew. This included a presentation on maritime security and counter-piracy procedures followed by practical training with Spanish marine teams embarked on the coastguard vessels. Working alongside with regional partners’ increases capability to deter infrequent piracy and hi-jacking of crew and cargo. PHOTO - EU NAVFOR

 

Kenyan Ministry promotes beach destinations to attract tourists

Kenya overall inflation rate decreases to 4.7 percent in January

Uncollected rubbish now clutters residential areas of Mombasa

Titus Musau: Family Grandjean back at Nyali Sun Africa Beach

UN commend Kenyans for developing Dhow from Plastic waste

UN commend Kenyans for developing Dhow from plastic waste | Coastweek

Zanzibar Expedition: The Flipflopi Dhow was built with waste plastic and will sail 500kms from Kenya to Stone Town, Zanzibar to raise awareness about marine plastic pollution. The prototype Flipflopi is already very busy sailing around Lamu and regional waters (including an expedition to Zanzibar in early 2019. PHOTO - FLIPFLOP DHOW PROJECT

 

Mobile money suspect as Kenya links Service to Terror funding

Police arrest 17 suspected 'al-Shabab' recruits in Kwale County

Plans are underway for the construction of new Port in Kisumu

Vipingo Ridge PGA Baobab Course host Ladies European Tour

Memories of 'Mombasa Goan School' and Sacred Heart School


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Alpesh Vadher is appointed new C.E.O. of P.K.F. in East Africa

Attack: Kenya Red Cross confirm all 94 Missing Persons found

Further 170 migrants lost in vessels escaping Africa for Europe

Zimbabwe President says appalled by alleged abuse of civilians

Titus Musau - This week in photographs along the Kenya Coast

Titus Musau - The week in photographs along the Kenya Coast | Coastweek

MOMBASA North Coast - - Voyager Beach Resort Senior Managers dressed in a Chefs attire prepare to welcome guests to serve them during the New year eve dinner which was attended by local and international visitors. PHOTO BY TITUS MUSAU

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Conference tourism looking up as low season sets in Mombasa

Africa mourns death of music legend Dr. Oliver Tuku Mtukudzi

More than 130 migrants reported missing off the Djibouti Coast

PG Bison assist development of furniture manufacturing sector

First Stem Cell transplant for the eyes in Kenya and East Africa

First Stem Cell transplant for the eyes in Kenya and East Africa | Coastweek

NAIROBI -- Dr. Mukesh Joshi, Medical Director of the Laser Eye Centre in Nairobi, seen [right] after successfully conducting stem cell transplant operation for the eyes of Susan Muthoni, whose blindness was a result of a chemical injury of the eye, and was the recipient of the first treatment of the kind not only in Kenya but the larger East Africa Region.

 

Naushad, Adnan, Akbar feted as Izhar win Johnny Hellier event

Mombasa police arrest seven suspected in 'Human Trafficking'

Butterfly Research Institute will work with Base Titanium Kwale

Safari Rally 'attracting a lot of interest from international teams'

Zimbabwe government order another internet service shutdown

Cyprian Fernandes: Rose enjoyed her life that made difference

Police urges improved public vigilance in wake of terror attacks

Police urges improved public vigilance in wake of terror attacks | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Rescuers transfer a wounded man at a blast site in Nairobi on January 26, 2019. At least one person was seriously injured after a suspected improvised explosive device (IED) exploded in a busy street in Kenyan capital of Nairobi on Saturday, the police said. XINHUA PHOTOS - NYALWASH

   

Naushad Reclaims Coast Rally As Izzy Wins Season Ending Rally

Coast Rally Championship | coastweek

Naushad Kara Lots and Adnan Din raise the dust in the season closer while Coast Pekee rally team duo of Izzy Mirza (left) and Gurveer Pandhal pose with the winners’ trophies

 

Senior Ugandan official Somalia visit for security assessment

World Food Programme secure cash support to South Sudan

Kenya Property sector recovers with strong Economic Growth

High freight charges hamper Kenya small-scale flower exports

Agriculture Ministry plans to revamp Maize and Sugar Sectors

Pilot study on sustainable management of Forestry Resources

'Always bring a big gun to a knife fight': Counter Piracy Patrols

ESPS Relámpago has conducted a successful Passing Exercise (PASSEX) with the UAE Navy corvette UEAS Al Hesen. The PASSEX included a series of communications and manoeuvring exercises. Personnel from the UAE Navy also saw damage control exercises demonstrated by Relámpago’s crew, and discussed some of the latest equipment [left] used in counter-piracy operations [right].

 

Security risk profile low despite Nairobi terrorist attack: Expert

China firm launch Huawei Mate 20 series into Kenyan market

Kenya Treasury to use Smartphones during the 2019 Census

Stage set for KCB Simba Autocross One at TGRV Mai Mahiu

Kenyan rugby players eye Maximum Points from World Series


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Kenya credit lenders target more clients with Digital innovation

Farmers will access drought and disease resistant finger millet

Tanzania president plans to resolve problem in minerals sector

Uganda travel agents now opt for 'Agritourism' to boost arrivals

Mombasa based Team Nanak feted at K.M.S.F. annual awards

Mombasa based Team Nanak are feted at KMSF Annual Awards | Coastweek

FLASHBACK: Sohanjeet Singh Puee [left] tears up the pace in a Team Nanak Subaru N10. Kenya Motor Sports Federation President Phineas Kimathi presents KNRC Group N and Division 2 award to Mombasa based Team Nanak Rally team of Adnan Din and driver Sohanjeet Singh Puee. PHOTO - ATTEX MOTORSPORTS

 

Police intensify security Operations in hunt for Terror suspects

Mobile money use hits U.S. $3.4 billion dollars despite taxation

Kenya's Gor Mahia play in Confederation Cup 'Group of Death'

'Kenyans are always jokers with regard to Sport' says CECAFA

Tuta Mionki now crowned 'Motor Sports Personality of the Year'

Lady navigator Tuta Mionki crowned 2018 Motor Sports Personality Of The Year | Coastweek

NAIROBI -- The Deputy Secretary Ministry of Sports, Culture and Heritage, Wesley K. Maritim [right] is seen with the Kenya Motorsports Federation- Chairman, Phineas Kimathi, as they present a trophy to the Motorsports Personality of the year, Tuta Mionki.  KCB Group Marketing and communications Director, Angela Mwirigi, presents trophies to, the 2018 Overall Champions KNRC/ B13 Class, Carl Tundo (Driver) and Tim Jessop (Navigator). This was during the Kenya National Motorsports Federation Annual Championship awards held at the Carnivore Restaurant Nairobi. PHOTOS - ATTEX MOTORSPORTS

 

Kenya sweep almost all places in Myanmar’s Yangon Marathon

Foton Motor firm launch Eastern Africa region Operation center

Zimbabwe President cancels Davos to deal with Harare dissent

Airstrike helps kill 52 al-Shabaab gathering in southern Somalia

Tanzania convict captain, owner and agent of Malaysia longliner


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Canadian held in Kenya for alleged involvement in deadly attack

Interpol joining probe team after Nairobi al shabaab terror attack

Kenya curbs subsidized goods dumping to protect local industry

SPORT: Top Kenya athletes making their mark at World Events

Kenyan Rugby Union signs five-year Contract with Radio Africa

 

Uganda military (NEC) to construct Car Assembly plant at Jinja

Dieselgate: Four Audi managers are charged over U.S. scandal

Kenyan vulnerability to attacks remaining High despite vigilance

United Nations chief condemns 'al shabaab' terrorism in Nairobi

President Kenyatta confirms 'Terror attack is now officially over'

CMF ship seize and destroy illegal drugs on the 'Hash Highway'

An uneasy calm in Harare following protests over fuel price hike

An uneasy calm in Harare following protests over fuel price hike | Coastweek

HARARE Zimbabawe (Xinhua) -- Soldiers patrol along a highway [left] leading to Bulawayo from Harare, Zimbabwe. A protester burns tires in a highway [right] in Harare. An uneasy calm prevailed in some parts of Harare following Monday’s violent demonstrations after fuel price hikes announced by Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Saturday. XINHUA PHOTOS - SHAUN JUSA

 

Eliud Kipchoge: 'Breaking two-hour Marathon Mark is possible'

Andrew Watt: Successful climb Mount Kenya Diamond Couloir

Patrick Obath: Kenya gears up for Anti-Graft Summit in Nairobi

President Kenyatta has urged for more affordable local vehicles

President Kenyatta advising tourism Stake Holders in Mombasa


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Opposition candidate Tshisekedi wins DRC presidential election

Sa’id Abdulahi Deni is elected new President 'Puntland' Somalia

Madagascar Court uphold election of President Andry Rajoelina

China Customs dismantle major African Ivory traffick Syndicate

Indian warship 'Sunaya' escorts World Food Programme vessel

Indian warship 'Sunaya' escorts World Food Programme vessel | Coastweek

On 24-25 December 2018, the Indian warship Sunayna escorted a World Food Programme dhow transporting 360 tons of food aid from Bossaaso to Berbera, in northern Somalia. Over 1.5 million people face acute levels of food insecurity in Somalia, and 2.6 million are internally displaced. The European Union has been at the forefront of providing a response to this situation over the past decade, but this is the first time that the Indian Navy has worked alongside the European Union in this manner. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR

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Knight Frank Vipingo - Property for Sale | Coastweek

 

Mombasa parents are busy with 24/7 Back to School shopping

New Digital system will improve Police Reforms in Kilifi County

Base Titanium issuing 300 Scholarship to New Kwale Students

Top Europe Tour Stars play Vipingo Ladies Invitational Pro-Ams

Four countries joining first East Africa youth hockey tournament

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Free Retina, General Eye Screening at Shiv Temple, Mombasa

Mombasa Women's Association donation to Old People Homes

Mombasa Women's Association donation to Old People Homes | Coastweek

"Mombasa Women's Association donated food hampers and bed sheets, towels, slippers, bath soaps. tooth paste to each Mzee as New year treat. All were smiling and very happy. God bless" MWA Vice chairlady Mrs Usha Patel is seen [from left] together with joint treasurer Mrs Sadhna Doshi, Mrs Illa Shah, past chairlady Mrs Suman Kanji, and Chairlady Mrs Harminder Kandhari, while presenting hampers to Mzee. Looking on [center] is Mr Swale of the Old People Homes. PHOTO - MOMBASA WOMENS ASSOCIATION

 

Kenyans earning U.S. $1.55 billion dollar from Tourism in 2018

Domestic airlines fares surge 18 per cent during Festive season

Many more Kenyan train Passengers travel over Festive season

Mwanza police arrest group of Gold smugglers at Kigongo Ferry

Mwanza police arrest group of gold smugglers at Kigongo Ferry | Coastweek

Several "world class" gold deposits [left] have already been discovered in the Lake Victoria Goldfields and are at different stages of development. New 250 tons MV. Mwanza ferry [right] carries upto carry 1000 passengers and 36 cars and providing shipping transport services between Kigongo and Busisi in Mwanza. PHOTO - EMBASSY OF THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA, BERLIN GERMANY. PHOTO – WIKIPEDIA - BAIRD MARITIME

 

Digital Lenders offer 'broke' Kenyans relief after Festive season

Kenya rugby clubs are preparing players for their life after sport

Modern Kenya schools embracing Mobile Money Fee payments

Growing Hospitality sectors in Kenya boosts Mushroom farming

Ronald Ssekandi: Uganda hydropower plant to relieve shortages

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Bosun Awoniyi: Memorable year of Mixed Blessing for Nigerians

Kenya tourist arrivals up 7.5 per cent: First nine months of 2018

Holiday makers are seen during the Festive season and New Year celebrations at Jomo Kenyatta Public beach, Bamburi on the  Mombasa North Coast | Coastweek

MOMBASA (Xinhua) -- Holiday makers are seen during the Festive season and New Year celebrations at Jomo Kenyatta Public beach, Bamburi on the  Mombasa North Coast. Most of the beaches were in full capacity as the tourists and local residents spent their time at the beaches either relaxing, swimming or enjoying boat excursions to the deep sea. XINHUA PHOTO - FRED MUTUNE

 

Kenya will float U.S. $392 million dollars in two Treasury bonds

Kenya imports are up 43 per cent from East African neighbours

Kenya bourse Index dips on first 2019 trading as key stocks fall

Kenya current account deficit narrows by 23.1 per cent over Q3

Zimbabwe government recruit 3,000 Teachers to ease shortage

 

Issue of takeover of Mombasa Port by China 'pure propaganda'

Somalia has declared United Nations envoy persona non-grata

Chinese fleets escort 3,400 foreign ships during past 10 years'

President Ramaphosa says South Africa takes painful decision

K.W.S. announce death of Parks Director late Julius K. Kimani

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Cyprian Fernandes: Late Justin Dourado was UK manager KQ

CMF ensure another big Heroin Haul will not reach East Africa

CMF ensure another big heroin haul will not be reaching East Africa | Coastweek

Royal Australian Navy frigate HMAS Ballarat has seized more than 900 kg of heroin during two boarding operations on suspicious dhows found sailing the 'Smack Track' narcotics smuggling route running from the Makran Coast of Iran and Pakistan to the shores of East Africa. PHOTOS - COMBINED MARITIME FORCES

 

President Kenyatta outlines milestones in anti-corruption drives

'Fen' and 'Gai Ge Kai Fang 40 Nian' as Chinese describe 2018

Europe and China increases co-operation despite protectionism

Uncertainty worry on Global Growth and Inclusive Development

Airbus forecast Global Demand of 37,390 aircraft over 20 years

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Festive Egyptians flock to markets for Christmas and New Year

Striking doctors urge Zimbabwe to 'reconsider' their suspension


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Infrequent year of political unity and stability for Kenya in 2018

Mombasa educated luminary Professor Klaus de Albuquerque

Uganda fast paced development keeps on track with China aid

Zimbabwe look for improvement despite Economic Challenges

Industrial parks and Free trade zones boost African economies

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Famous Nairobi 'little Mogadishu' lures Festive bargain hunters

Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge voted as one of Top Ten' world athletes

Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge voted as one of Top Ten world athletes | Coastweek

This combo picture released on December 28, 2018 shows the Top Ten world athletes in 2018 selected by Xinhua News Agency. Top line from left to right are Luka Modric (Croatia), Novak Djokovic (Serbia), Simone Biles (USA), Eliud Kipchoge (Kenya), Marit Bjorgen (Norway); bottom line from left to right are Zhu Ting (China), Yuzuru Hanyu (Japan), Lewis Hamilton (Britain), Wu Dajing (China), and Katinka Hosszu (Hungary). XINHUA PHOTOS

 

Cyprian Fernandes: Educationist Steve 'Joker' Caito Fernandes

Cyprian Fernandes: 'The Shiftars' band By Cecilia Mascarenhas

Cyprian Fernandes: Coast sports icon Xavier Vianna dies in UK