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Kenya to partner with United Nations to curb Human trafficking

Fuel shortage as petroleum distributors protest 16 percent VAT

Fuel shortage as petroleum distributors protest 16 percent VAT | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Workers at a fuel station push a vehicle [left] after it ran out of fuel in Nairobi, capital of Kenya. A crippling shortage of fuel now looms in the country after petroleum distributors went on strike on Monday to protest the introduction of the 16 percent increment tax on the product. The move by the government to impose a 16 percent value added tax (VAT) on fuel price will increase the cost of living and slow growth of business in the country. Truck drivers take part in a go-slow [right] at the Kenya Pipeline deport in industrial area in Nairobi. The drivers were protesting the increase of the 16 percent value added tax (VAT) on all petroleum products. XINHUA PHOTOS - ALLAN MUTISO


Ugandan court dropping Terror Charges against three Kenyans

Kenya Navy visits Italy's 'Federico Martinengo' in Mombasa call

Japan and Spanish navy join on PASSEX off the Somalia coast

U.S. shares shipping news on India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka

Route design work for 2019 WRC Safari Rally ‘candidate event’

Manufacturers deplore implementation of 16 percent Fuel Tax

Hemingways host 2018 Humpback Whale Watching Watamu

Hemingways hosts 2018 Humpback Whale Watching Watamu | Coastweek

WATAMU (Kenya) -- Humpback whales, the giant marine mammals, travel annually in their hundreds from the Southern Ocean into the Indian Ocean travelling in tropical waters off the Kenya North Coast where it is safe to breed. PHOTOS - HEMINGWAYS WATAMU


Over 150 confirm entry to Kenya International Trade exhibition

Mixed feelings about 'Naturalized' Athletes flourishing at Asiad

Egypt win title Africa Nations Cup Women’s Under-20 tourney

Xi’s new initiatives give impetus to stronger China-Africa family

Chinese President Xi Jinping meeting with President Kenyatta


FOCAC summit to set new path for China-Africa co-operation

Sino-Africa technology co-operation boost Africa development

FOCAC to strengthen China-Africa Environment Co-operation

Kenyans looking to China in sports development from FOCAC

Chinese-built Mombasa-Nairobi SGR enlivens Travel in Kenya

Elite runners urging Kenya to do more to curb rampant doping

Kenya restores former rugby skipper in World Cup Repechage



Kenyans determined to implement sixteen percent VAT on fuel

Depositors face low yields after Kenya MPs vote to change law

Tanzania securing U.S. $1.46 billion dollars Loan for new SGR

Kenya Ports Authority roll out new East Africa Maritime Awards

British Prime Minister arrives in Kenya to shore up Bilateral ties

British Prime Minister and Kenyan President | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) --  British Prime Minister Theresa May (L, front) and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta address a joint media briefing at State House in Nairobi, Aug. 30, 2018. British Prime Minister Theresa May arrived in Kenya early Thursday for a day-long official visit aimed at boosting bilateral relations between the two countries. XINHUA PHOTO: CHARLES ONYANGO


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Financial experts suggest divergence of funding devices in Kenya

Cash-strapped Kenya treasury exceed Domestic borrowing target

British Prime Minister Theresa May is visiting sub-Saharan Africa

Kenya and United States talks discussing Trade and Security Ties

Kenya and United States talks discussing trade and security ties | Coastweek

WASHINGTON United States -- American President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are seen while welcoming Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta and His First Lady Margaret Kenyatta to their White House Residence in Washington during the Kenyan couple's Official Visit to the United States. To further boost economic ties, the two leaders agreed to establish a United States-Kenya Trade and Investment Working Group to explore ways to deepen the bilateral relationship. Moreover, the two governments announced they had established direct flights between Nairobi and New York City set to begin later this year. On the economic front, Trump and Kenyatta welcomed the proposal by U.S. engineering and construction firm Bechtel Corporation to build a modern superhighway from Nairobi to Mombasa. PHOTOS - OFFICIAL WHITE HOUSE VIDEO


Gor Mahia Football Club seals record 17th League Title in style

Zimbabwe President urges unity after Court affirms Presidency

Kipyegon Bett tests positive for EPO now banned from athletics

Investors cut uptake Kenya government Securities as yields fall

Muslim Association Celebrate Eid-Ul-Adha with Less Fortunate

Muslim Association Eid-ul-Adha Qurbani Program | Coastweek

Seen [from left] Shakeel Sheikh, Nisar Malik, Moosa Khan, MAM Volunteer, Dr. M. A. Fazil – Chairman, and Ramzan Alan at Muslim Association Eid-ul-Adha Qurbani Program.






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Seen [from left] Lion Meena Gohil, Lion Lady Arti, Lion Kalpana Aggarwal, Lion Lady Madhvi Shah, Lion Lady Kirti Shah, Lion Lady Hemali, Ladies Auxiliary Convenor Lion Lady Chandrika with ACP Superintendent Mr. Adero and Ladies Auxiliary Convenor Lion Ketki Shah with Co-ordinator Vinod Dattani.

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Kenya reaps from Belt and Road Initiative amid infrastructure boom

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BEIJING (Xinhua) -- Workers go about their work on an assembly line at Twyford Ceramics, a Chinese tiles manufacturing company, in Kajiado County of Kenya, May 12, 2017. Xinhua/Sun Ruibo



Uganda welcome UN renewal of AU Peace Mission in Somalia


Kenya launch export strategy to eliminate widening trade deficits


Power cuts hit as industrial action continues across South Africa


KWS hunt for Nakuru poachers on killing of another black rhino


ZANU-PF party leads majority of Zimbabwe parliamentary seats


European Union Council extend mandate of 'Operation Atalanta'




Mgotsi Ousts Zavery In Monthly Mug Squash Knock-Out Tourney

awarding the winner and runner-uo | Coastweek

Rishi Dodhia awarding the winner Kevin Mgotsi and Ankur Vora awarding the runner-up Yusuf Zavery. The GreenTech Solutions Ltd 2nd monthly mug squash tournament was played on Saturday 25th August at Mombasa Sports Club. Top 2 from each pool qualified for the main knock-out draw.





Chinese training program gifts vocation to Liberians | Coastweek

A Chinese instructor gives lessons to a local man for creating furniture at the Chinese Bamboo and Rattan Training Center.

China-built youth centre enriches sports, culture life in Tunisia | Coastweek

People are learning painting in China-built El Menzah Youth Sports Culture Center in Tunis, Tunisia. XINHUA PHOTO: LIUKAI




Hapag-Lloyd shipping service invests big in East African market

Hapag-Lloyd shipping service invests in big East African market| Coastweek

HAMBURG, Germany -- Hapag-Lloyd is continuing to focus on the growing market in East Africa. With annual growth rates of approximately six percent, the region tops the list on the African continent. In April 2018 Hapag-Lloyd launched the East Africa Service (EAS), its first dedicated service to East Africa. The weekly service sails from Jeddah to Mombasa, and from there to Dar es Salaam, in Tanzania, and directly back to Jeddah. After a successful start this service will be expanded in September with a weekly connection to and from Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Khor Fakkan, Jebel Ali, Mombasa and Dar es Salaam. PHOTOS - HAPAG LLOYD


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Mara Conservation Fund Chairman Zhuo Qiang revisits Maasai

Mara Conservation Fund Chairman Zhuo Qiang revisits Maasai | Coastweek

MAASAI MARA (Xinhua) -- Chinese wildlife conservationist Zhuo Qiang and a local warden check out lions at Ol Kinyei conservancy in Maasai Mara, Kenya. The founder and Chairman of Mara Conservation Fund (MCF) Zhuo Qiang, a 45-year-old Chinese, has pioneered outstanding wildlife conservation projects in the world famous Maasai Mara ecosystem. Ol Kinyei is among the conservancies benefiting from his activities. XINHUA PHOTO - LYU SHUAI



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