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Felix Kosgei in Mombasa warning maize millers over flour prices

William Ruto reports measures in place to spur economic growth

United Nations chief Ban Ki-Moon pledging 'solidarity with Africa'

State Of Art conference facility officially opened at Vipingo Ridge

Vipingo Ridge conference facility opening  | Coastweek

Vipingo Ridge Chairman Alastair Cavenagh [left], Minister of Trade, Industrialization, Co-operative Development, Tourism and Wildlife in Kilifi County Hon. Gideon Saburi [second left] and Cabinet in Charge of land, physical and Energy in Kilifi County Hon. Mazuri [right] look on as the Kilifi County Senator Hon. Stewart Madzayo cuts the ribbon to officially open the Vipingo Ridge conference facility.


Police boost security in Mandera town after terror suspect arrest

World Bank grants Kenya US $11 million to expand water access

Rita Jeptoo now serves 'two-year ban' and will miss Rio Olympics
National football crisis has intensified with parallel Kenya leagues

Maasai community anger over arrest of Narok leaders in land row

Maasai community have staged fierce demonstrations in Narok | Coastweek

NAROK (Xinhua) -- Local Maasai people protest during a demonstration in Narok County, about 120 km northwest of Nairobi, capital of Kenya. Thousand of protests from the Maasai community have staged fierce demonstrations in Narok to protest the arrest of their local leaders. XINHUA PHOTO - SIMBI KUSIMBA


Narok community in fierce protest over arrest of Maasai leaders

Mandera police are holding suspect behind northern terror attack

Transport Authority to introduce laws regulating motorcycle taxis
South Eastern university to establish mineral research laboratory

KQ to launch three times a week flights to Hanoi City in Vietnam



Kenya official visiting Turkey to seek investors for leather sector

World Food agency cuts rations to 150,000 refugees in Uganda
Tanzania President appoints new ministers for energy and lands

Tomorrow’s gizmos: Nothing earth shattering but very interesting
Kenya football league now expected to have parallel competitions




First Lady Margaret Kenyatta Attends Wema Centre Fund Raising

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta was warmly welcomed at Wema Centre | Coastweek

The First Lady Margaret Kenyatta was warmly welcomed by all the children, WEMA board members, members of the Fund Raising Committee, County and local dignitaries and the WEMA staff. She was presented with a copy of “Stories of Hope” [left] by Shiro and Elizabeth with other Alumni girls looking on and with a CD of WEMA music [right] by some of the WEMA girls.



Lions Bahari Inter-School Junior Poetry Recital Competition

The Education Committee and Lion Bahari members | Coastweek

A successful poetry recital competition organised by Lions Bahari with the leadership and hard work of Education convenor Lion Mayuri Patel seen [from left]. President Lion Akil informed parents about the Lions Bahari Got Books campaign and thanked all the lions and teachers for their hard work. Judges Mrs Jamal and Mrs Mridula Doshi presented with tokens of appreciation. District RAP convener Lion Dr. Lata Magon also attended the competition.





Mombasa Raha Luxury Coaches Are Back On The Roads

Mombasa Raha Buses | Coastweek

Mombasa Raha Bus Services is a luxury coach company which was re-launched on 25th December 2014 operating within Kenya. The company started with a fleet of six brand new state of the art luxury coaches. There are two daily services from Mombasa and Nairobi.





Unpredictable Greens At The Chairman’s Golf Prize 2015

Overall winner and lady winner recieve prizes | Coastweek

[LEFT] Raphael Thyka, [centre] overall winner with 42 points during Chairman’s Prize 2014 at Nyali Golf and Country Club, receives a bottle of whisky from John Kihoro, EABL divisional sales manager, Coast and a golf bag from Vivo Energy-Shell Managing Director Polycarp Igathe. [RIGHT] Susan Stokes, Lady winner with 39 points, receives a prize from Toyota Kenya, Mombasa Branch Manager, Omar Osogo [left], and EABL key accounts manager, Simon Njuguna. PHOTOS BY GILBERT ONCHOKE



Narok community in fierce protests over arrest of Maasai leaders

Local Massai people protesting | Coastweek

NAROK (Xinhua) --  Local Massai people protest and set fire to block a road during a demonstration in Narok County, Jan. 29, 2015. Thousand of protests from Kenya's Massai community on Thursday staged fierce demonstras. XINHUA PHOTOS - ALLAN MUTURI




MOROTO, Uganda (Xinhua) -- It is a hot and windy morning. A look at the expanse of the land shows the enormous effect the scorching sun has had as the dry season starts in this semi-arid region in northeastern Uganda. Pregnant mothers stroll through the gates of Rupa Health Center here in Moroto to access antenatal health care while others have come to deliver ‘bundles of joy’.



Republic Day of India Celebrations in Mombasa | Coastweek

Children of Arya Samaj School performing a patriotic song and dance during the Republic Day of India Celebrations in Mombasa.

Baluchi Community Mourn Loss Of Hamid Ahmed al Bulush | Coastweek

Sheikh Mohammed Dor [left] late Hamid Ahmed at Mbaruk Mosque. Baluchi Community mourn loss of Hamid Ahmed al Bulush.






U.S. $22 million dollars irrigation programme for northern region

Donkeys carry barrels of water from Tana River in Garissa | Coastweek

GARISSA (Xinhua) -- Donkeys carry barrels of water from Tana River in Garissa, northeastern Kenya. Locals fetch water from the Tana River for their domestic camels. Drought has intensified in arid and semi-arid regions of northern Kenya making it harder for locals to get water and pasture. Kenya government plans to spend U.S. $22 million dollars on irrigation projects to improve food security in the region. XINHUA PHOTO - STEVE INGATI














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Serena Hotels managing director Mahmud Janmohamed speaks to Aly-Khan Satchu

    The Kenyan tourism sector has dipped by
    up to 30 per cent within the last one year.

     Serena Hotels (EA) MD Mahmud Janmohamed
     takes an in depth look into the main reasons for
     the low numbers and the way forward.

Interview Part 1

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Serena Hotels MD Mahmud Janmohamed speaks to Aly-Khan Satchu | Coastweek






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