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Lions Pwani’s Massive Feeding Program in Drought Stricken Ganze

3000 people and children queue to receive food | Coastweek

Seen above are 3000 people and children of drought stricken Ganze, Kilifi County queue to receive their share of food and other items donated by Lions Club Mombasa Pwani. More than 200,000 residents in Ganze and Magarini sub counties in Kilifi County are facing acute food shortage due to prolonged drought and crop failure and starvation.


Nationwide Kenya health worker strike set to worsen as more join

Predators out in force at numerous Kenyan Wild Life Sanctuaries

The Predators are out in force in Kenya's numerous game parks | Coastweek

MAASAI MARA (Xinhua) -- A lion is seen [left] at the world famous Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, as two cheetahs [right] search the African savannah for their next meal. More than 600 species of both birds and wildlife are found here including elephant, lion, cheetah, giraffe, hyena and vulture. December and January are popular months for thousands of foreign and domestic tourists to visit and witness the many attractions of Kenya's numerous game parks and both wildlife and marine reserves. XINHUA PHOTOS - PAN SIWEI


Kenya police firmly deny continuing claims of extrajudicial killings

Kenya consider policies promoting further access to clean energy

Kenya Ministry launch strategy to boost Investment in Agriculture

South Sudan traditional chiefs demand role in Conflict Resolution

Malawi police arrest Rwanda Genocide suspect Vincent Murekezi

Zimbabwe economy forecast modest 0.6 per cent growth in 2016

Kenya tourism stakeholders optimistic on new coast High Season



Nigerian 'Ecobank' denies reports of closing operations in Zambia

Somalia state forces now retake coast town from pro-IS militants

Tanzania amend Anti-graft laws: Heavy Punishment to offenders

Opposition candidate Adama Barrow wins Gambia presidential poll

Rwanda hears case of genocide suspect deported from Canada

Kenya tourism stakeholders optimistic for new coastal high season

Kenya tourism stakeholders optimistic for new coastal high season | Coastweek

MOMBASA (Xinhua) -- Tourists disembark from Silver cloud vessel that docked at Port of Mombasa. Kenyan authorities on have announced elaborate security measures in the coastal city of Mombasa during the festive season. XINHUA PHOTO - MBUYU CAZEIYA


Uber’s introduces dynamic pricing over the festive season


Police deny claims of extrajudicial killings in the Coast region


Kenya’s power production and consumption hit new high

Mombasa Sound and Light Show

Actors from the Severin Travel group | Coastweek


  Actors from the Severin Travel group go through their paces as they perform during the “Sound and Light Show” which was staged for the first time in 1995 but temporarily stopped in 2014 at Fort Jesus by the Severin Sea Lodge Resort. Visitors at Coast can again enjoy the atmosphere at Fort Jesus, after sunset and watch the show “Mombasa by Night”. The elaborately staged Sound and Light Show makes one experience the eventful history of Kenya’s biggest and oldest seaport in an impressive way. During the show guests enjoys a dinner under starry sky. During the show “Mombasa by Night” all the epochs of the interesting history between 1480 and 1963 are shown in a colorful and vivid manner. PHOTO BY TITUS MUSAU  




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Kenyan President urges health workers to end strike as patients die

Kenyan striking doctors | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Kenyan striking doctors do a mock resuscitation during a demonstration in Nairobi, Dec. 5, 2016. Kenya's health sector was engulfed in crises on Monday as doctors and nurses commenced a nationwide strike over failure by the government to implement a 300 percent pay hike. Xinhua PHOTO: Charles Onyango



A CATS Rollicking Pantomime Full of Eastern Promise and Fun

Cast members of Sinbad the Sailor | Coastweek

Last week the Coast Arts and Theatre Society proudly presented a predominately perfect pantomime and they most certainly did ! It was fantastic. It was a rollicking, rolling pantomime full of Eastern promise and Turkish Delights, swashbuckling pirates and salty sea dogs and a very cheeky monkey.  Seen are the cast members of Sinbad the Sailor, with Director Jean Hughes and back right Philippe Zimmerlin and band members. Front row [from left] Erwin de Jong, Kayla Jetha, Aaron D’ Souza, Aliya D’Silva, Rotem Cohen and Becky Crossley.




December Medal Division A, Silver And Bronze Golf Winners

December Medal winners | Coastweek

Jayne Githere [left] , Silver winner receives a prize from Elijah Ibua while Susan Mwangi [right], Bronze winner receives a prize from MGC Chairman, Peter Kimanga during December Medal at Mombasa Golf Club as Mary Mariga looks on. GOLF PHOTO COURTESY OF GILBERT ONCHOKE.






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Tom Oneya seen with his famous clay sculpture ‘Aids Victim’ | Coastweek

Mombasa nurtures two inspired and imaginative artists Tom Oneya working with clay and Michael Mbai with carving wood.

LTC Chairman Peter Oduor-Odote receives Hon. Abdulswammad Shariff Nassir | Coastweek

Hon. MP for Mvita Abdulswammad Shariff Nassir officially opened the KISIWA Festival at Little Theatre Club amid festival highlights.










Nairobi riot police teargas doctors striking in National Pay Protest

Nairobi riot police teargas doctors striking in National Pay Protest | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Medics run for safety after being dismissed by the Kenya Police during a nationwide strike by doctors and nurses, in Nairobi. The medics are calling for full implementation of the collective bargain agreement signed between them and the Kenyan government, before they resume work. The strike has paralyzed medical treatment across the country. XINHUA PHOTO - FRED MUTUNE



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