Serena Hotels raod and air safaris



 Coastweek website

Coral Property Consultants | Coastweek


BestWestern Swiss Cottage Hotel London | Coastweek

Sri Lanka say crew on hijacked vessel released without ransom

30 Somali immigrants dead in helicopter attack off Yemen coast

UN Appeal for US $166 million Dollars to aid Kenya Pastoralists

Hi-jacked oil tanker Aris 13 finally freed by Somali Pirates: NGO

One dead, four injured as Somali pirates fight with Puntland unit



From Nairobi haul of smuggled rhino horn held at Hanoi Airport

From Malawi smuggled rhino horn seized by Bangkok Customs

Kenya Wildlife Service strategies to boost Conservation of rhino

Uganda has dismissed human rights report on separatist killings

Kenya prepares new draft policy to guide migration management

Zanzibar launch geo-space aircraft during Oil and gas exploration

Kenya President continues involvement with regional peace plans

President Kenyatta continues involvement in regional peace plans | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta arrives at Parliament in Nairobi where he inspected a Guard of Honour and later delivered his annual 'State of the Nation' Address. XINHUA PHOTOS - JOHN OKOYO


UN and Kenya sign deal to support a national drought response

World Vision appeals to avert Child Hunger Crisis in East Africa

Ethiopia confirm National Mourning as landfill deaths reach 113

More interventions required to improve African entrepreneurship

Women must play key role in renewable energy - Kenya experts

Counter piracy force CTF150 seize 270 kgs of Heroin from dhow

Comoros-flagged tanker 'Aris 13' is being held by Somalia pirates

Comoros-flagged tanker 'Aris 13' is being held by Somalia pirates | Coastweek

The EU Naval Force, which is currently operating off the coast of Somalia, has received positive confirmation from the master of the Comoros-flagged tanker, Aris 13, that his ship and crew are currently being held captive by a number of suspected armed pirates in an anchorage off the north coast of Puntland, close to Alula. PHOTO - EU NAVFOR


Somalia pirates detain small oil tanker on heading for Mogadishu

Government Pay deals end three-month strike by Kenya Doctors

Kenya Olympic body to adopt new constitution to avert Sanctions

Kenya Ports thank the Danish Government for generous support

Winning 'Bandari' players assured of Continuing KPA Assistance

Winning 'Bandari' players assured of Continuing KPA Assistance | Coastweek

MOMBASA Kenya Ports Authority -- Kenya Ports Authority Board Chairman Major (Rtd) Marsden Madoka [centre], Managing Director Mrs. Catherine Mturi-Wairi [third right], General Manager Operations Mr. Sudi Mwasinago [second right], General Manager Human Resource and Administration Dr Amani Komora [extreme left], Head of Administration Ms. Jayne Kamau, Head of Security Services Ms. Mariam Khamis [second and third left respectively] and Sports Officer Mr Lennox Safari are seen with the basketball trophy. PHOTO - KPA


Kenyan public university lecturers end strike over salary increase

Nepal XI registers victory against Kenya in World Cricket League

Uganda military hold 43 former DR Congo rebels for 'illegal entry'

Burundi has denied hosting armed groups after attack in Rwanda

Al-Shabaab militant behind Somalia bombing sentenced to Death

Somalia government soldiers demonstrate in Mogadishu over pay

Marines from Spain and Korea in Somalia counter-piracy Training

Marines from Spain and Korea in Somalia counter-piracy training | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA -- During their joint counter-piracy patrols in the Gulf of Aden, marines from Operation Atalanta’s flagship, ESPS Galicia, and the Republic of Korea Ship (ROKS), Choi Young, have carried out a range of boarding exercises from their respective warships. Training exercises such as this help to ensure that the marines remain fully trained and prepared to deal with any security incident at sea and serve to strengthen the close co-operation that exists between counter-piracy forces off the coast of Somalia. This maritime cooperation has helped to ensure that Somali-based piracy, that caused so much misery to seafarers just a few years ago, remains suppressed. PHOTO - EU NAVFOR


Kenya drought victims thank Chinese firms over Food Donation

Zimbabwe tour sector engage Police over number of roadblocks

Government agency plan to revive Kenya National Shipping Line

Kenya President Kenyatta rules out any further talk with Doctors

Death toll in Addis Ababa garbage dump landslide will exceed 50

FOCUS: Big demand from Morocco migrants seeking Legal Status

Tanzania revamping renowned archaeology camp to lure tourists



North Coast police arrest six Terror suspects in Malindi township

Garba Tulla woman killed and four Auliyan raiders are shot dead

Kenya double Coffee exports to lucrative North American market

Kenya plan importing high yield certified cotton seeds from Israel

Kenya enforce solar water heating law to mitigate climate change

Nepal losing match against Kenya on home ground in ICC World

Geoff Bell testing his Datsun Classic Car in the ARC Safari Rally

Geoff Bell To Test Datsun Classic Car In ARC Safari Rally | Coastweek

South African rally driver, Geoff Bell is among the foreigners enlisted for the African Rally Championship Safari Rally slated for Nakuru, Nairobi and Naivasha on March 17-18. Bell will be testing his Datsun 240 Z machine ahead of the 2017 East African Safari Classic Rally slated for November 23 to December 01.


Kenya tourist stakeholders commend Britain on lifting Travel ban

International Olympic Committee very unhappy with Kenya NOC

FOCUS: UN seek protection of women during South Sudan famine

Over 70 Somalis 'deported from U.S.' arrive Home in Mogadishu

Skyward Express Limited starting Wilson-Mombasa-Lamu flights

Skyward Express set to start its Lamu flight from 31st March | Coastweek

Lamu County is set to have a new air service from Mombasa commencing on March 31st, 2017 courtesy of Skyward Express Limited. It is the first flight operation between the port city of Mombasa to Lamu in over two decades and will come as a huge relief particularly to tourists and business people.


Tanzanian Doctors against Kenya Ministry plans to employ them

Zanzibar utility firm now face major power cut due to unpaid bills

Kenya Railways carry out Test on the new Nairobi-Mombasa line

Ministers absent as Pretoria revokes intent to withdraw from ICC

UN will support Kenya response to drought and regional conflicts

UN Chief insists: 'World must act fast to avert famine in Somalia'

Experts encourage community health workers in tackling disease



Kenyan 2016 tourism Arrivals increasing by Seventeen per cent

African Union and United Nations will report on Women’s Rights

UN chief calls for Gender Equality as world marks Women’s Day

Latest Facebook low-cost internet shakes Kenyan data markets

Kenyan Agnes Tirop ready to put world cross country title on line

Satao II: KWS confirms death of one of oldest African elephants

Kenyan Treasury and Jersey sign deal for return of Stolen funds


Police seize heroin at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport


United Nations roots for gender parity in Kenya’s corporate


Zanzibar launches cleanliness campaign to boost tourism

Rotary Medical Camp Meeting

Rotary District 9212 Centennial Medical Camp Planning Meeting | Coastweek


  Rotary Foundation free medical camp organizing committee [from left] Rotarians Nabil Adamjee, Tonia Matundura, Chairperson Ureu Lugongo and Dr. Justus Aungo peruses some information during the planning meeting held at Voyager Beach Resort and Spa for the forth coming free medical camp to be held on Saturday 11th at Kashani Primary school, Kiembeni, Mombasa North, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Among the diseases to be screened will include cervical cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, diabetes testing, nutrition advice, TB and HIV testing. PHOTO BY TITUS MUSAU  




Sarova hotels are not only situated
in the most convenient locations but
represent the very pinnacle of
luxuriously appointed accommodation
in the East African region



Sarova Taita Hills Easter banner

U.N. chief pledges support to boost Kenya's response to drought

Marsabit, one of the most severe drought-hit regions | Coastweek

MARSABIT (Xinhua) -- A boy waits to collect water in Marsabit, one of the most severe drought-hit regions in Kenya, on March 5, 2017. The UN relief chief on Saturday urged international support for the estimated 2.7 million people in parts of Kenya who urgently need food and water following the onset of a severe drought. XINHUA PHOTO: PAN SIWEI



2017-diamondtrust | Coastweek






Romantic Venues
Delightful Views


U.N. chief calls for gender equality as world marks Women’s Day

UN chief calls for gender equality as world marks Women’s Day | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Antonio Guterres [center], United Nations Secretary-General, Margaret Kenyatta [right], Wife of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and Sahle-Work Zewde [left], Director-General of the United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON) attend International Women’s Day celebrations in Nairobi. This year’s theme is “Be Bold For Change.” XINHUA PHOTO - CHARLES ONYANGO



Peter Kimanga’s Chairman’s Prize Takes Off at Mombasa Golf Club

Chairman’s Prize (P. Kimanga) winners | Coastweek

Qamber Somji, Overall Winner during 2016 Chairman’s Prize (P. Kimanga) with 37c/b, receives Chairman’s putter from Mombasa Golf Club Chairman, Peter Kimanga and Captain Jacob Murimi [left]. Mary Maraiga, Lady Winner with 31c/b points receives a prize from Elijah Ibua [right]. GOLF PHOTOS COURTESY OF GILBERT ONCHOKE






UN will support Kenya response to drought and regional conflicts | Coastweek

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta shakes hands with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres at the State House in Nairobi.

Ghana celebrates 60th Independence Day | Coastweek

ACCRA (Xinhua) -- Members of regional culture troupes perform during Ghana’s 60th Independence Day celebration. XINHUA: SHI SONG






Nearly 200 dead from 7,900 Somali cholera cases since January

Nearly 200 dead from 7,900 Somali cholera cases since January | Coastweek

MOGADISHU Somalia (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on March 03, 2017 shows an overview of a large IDP camp on the outskirt of Mogadishu, capital city of Somalia. The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has launched an appeal of 24.6 million U.S. dollars to help more than a million Somalis affected by drought. XINHUA PHOTO - FAISAL ISSE




Voyager Beach Resort banner


















Ranked one of the best courses in Kenya.

Facilities: Golf, swimming, squash and tennis.
Mombasa mainland.18 holes with grass fairways.
Visitors welcome. Handicap not necessary.
Guest policy - Monday, Tuesday, Friday and
other days when there are no competitions. 
Rates: from U.S. $ 12. Dress code: proper golf attire.



Serena Hotels Kenya Thank You banner | Coastweek

Checking out night sniper sights on Anti-piracy patrol off Somalia

Lawless Laipia livestock herders invading luxury private ranches | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA -- During their joint counter-piracy patrols off the coast of Somalia, the commanding officer of Republic of Korea warship, Choi Young, Kim Kyung Ryul, took the opportunity to invite Operation Atalanta’s Force Commander, Rear Admiral Rafael Fernández-Pintado Muñoz-Rojas and his Force HQ staff on board. After being warmly welcomed on the flight deck, Rear Admiral Fernández-Pintado was given an operational briefing about the Republic of Korea Navy and its commitment to strengthening maritime security in the Gulf of Aden and Indian Ocean. During their meeting ESPS Galicia and ROKS Choi Young’s navigators carried out ship manoeuvres as a sign of the close partnership between Operation Atalanta and the Republic of Korea Navy. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR







Lawless Laikipia livestock herders invade luxury private ranchers

Lawless Laipia livestock herders invading luxury private ranches | Coastweek

LAIKIPIA (Xinhua) -- Broken fences [left] destroyed by illegal herders in Mugie Wildlife Conservancy. A lone herder [right] watches over his livestock grazing near Mugie Wildlife Conservancy. Due to the severe drought, pastures in Kenya's Laikipia County are withered. Local herders have entered nearby private Mugie wildlife conservancy without permission to let their livestock graze. XINHUA PHOTOS - PAN SIWEI










  Vipingo Ridge Plot A138 - For SaIe A138 : God’s Own Country! One of the first release prime one acre Sunset - Inland view plots overlooking miles of coastal coconut forest. Located on the exclusive Vipingo Ridge golfing community north of Mombasa. Affords access to the 18 hole championship golf course. Contact - Telephone: +254722694348 e-mail   Stunning brand new apartment with private garden in London’s central Zone One. Walking distance from new hotspot Kings Cross. Bifold doors open the whole wall onto your garden with Mexican terracotta tiled terrace. Your garden backs onto the gardens of multi-million pound Thornhill Square with its famous curved houses. E-mail contact:   Mtwapa Creek side villa. 0,36 ha size of property. 490 m2 size of building. House : five bedrooms ensuite, two livingrooms, one restroom, two kitchen, two toilet rooms, one office, one laundry, swimming pool, two storage rooms, one workshop with diesel generator, two marina stores, one jetty. Fresh water well. Contact details: e-mail also mobile no. 0702440919l  




Please contact

MOMBASA - GULSHAN JIVRAJ, Mobile: 0722 775164,
Tel: 0731 099309 / (+254) (41) 2230130 / Wireless: 020 3549187

NAIROBI - ANJUM H. ASODIA, Mobile: 0733 775446 / 0773 468786

    © Coastweek Newspapers Limited               Tel: (+254) (41) 2230130  |  Wireless: 020 3549187  |  E-mail: