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Kenya: Past Winner to Contest the 2013 Total Quartz Economy Run
He will be driving a 1984 made Alfetta GTV6 over the 84km route. Instead of the two litre 155 which previously steered him to victory, Anderson's choice of using his immensely powerful three litre sports racing coupe for Saturday's event is an indication that he is not aiming at an overall win, but is targeting first place in the over two litre ... (more)
Wed Jun 19, 2013
Kenya: Work On JKIA Railway Line to Start This Year
Construction of the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and the city centre railway line is set to start before the end of this year, the Kenya Railways managing director Nduva Muli said yesterday.
Why you should take interest in your car tyres
One of the most important parts on your car are the tyres. You may be reluctant to maintain them well.
World Bank highlights climate-poverty link
In this Monday, Aug. 17, 2009 file photo, children salvage the remains of a failed potato field at a farm in the Laikipia District, of Kenya, some 200 kilometers north of the capital Nairobi, in the wake of a prolonged drought which wiped out harvests throughout the country.
Kenya: Fuel Cost Cited As Main Challenge for African Airlines
THE high cost of jet fuel in Africa compared to other regions due to distribution inefficiencies and infrastructure constraints has held back the development of budget airlines and fare reduction, an aviation conference was told on Monday.
Suicide bombers attack UN office in Mogadishu
Somali government officials on Wednesday said the security forces secured the United Nations Development Program office after it was attacked by a number of suicide bombers and gunmen.
Mary Ward Books
a Guide to Kenya and Northern Tanzania by Prof D F Horrorbin
Description: Medical and Technical Publishing Ltd 1971: brown cloth hardcover approximately 15 x 22 cm tall: 304 pages: 20 black and white maps and diagrams: 40 pages of coloured photographic illustration.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Kenya: Kitengela Students Block Namanga Road
ANGRY students yesterday blocked the main Nairobi/Namanga road with bonfires and stones to protest the condition of the road linking Kitengela with Ongata Rongai.
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Kenya: Mechanics, Traders Arrested During Protest
Dozens of traders and mechanics were arrested on Tuesday morning as they protested a move to evict them from their stalls at the Grogan area in down town Nairobi.
How Mobile Payments Might Be the Global Money-Laundering Machine Criminals Have Dreamed About
Customers make money transfers at an M-Pesa counter in Nairobi, Kenya. A mobile banking service, M-Pesa allows people without a bank account to transfer money between phones instantly.
Kenya: I Didn't Kill Mercy, Says Businessman
Wycliffe Lugwiri told the public inquest into the death of the University of Nairobi post-graduate student that he did not kill or dump her body on Waiyaki way two years ago as alleged.
Carbon projects for smallholder farmers can 'reduce poverty'
But smallholder carbon projects face serious management and policy challenges, including management complexity and the high cost of project development.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Kenya: Kimaiyo Defies Kavuludi Over County Cops
POLICE Inspector General David Kimaiyo yesterday defied National Police Service Commission chairman Johnstone Kavuludi by releasing a list of 47 county commanders without consulting.
The cars jolted fairly steadily over the holes in the road; the place had the air of a rather provincial city: nice climate, nice people, a dark underside of criminality, but a bit slow.
Kenya: Relief As ERC Cuts Petrol Price By Five Shillings
Kenyan motorists will have some relief for the next one month after the Energy Regulatory Commission announced a Sh5.06 cut in the price of super petrol in its latest price review.
Kenya: President Uhuru Moves to Enhance Efficiency At KPA
President Uhuru Kenyatta has ordered all government departments involved in the running of the Port of Mombasa to streamline and synergise their operations in order to enhance efficiency.
Kenyan police kill suspected militant in raid, seize arms
Kenyan police said on Monday they had shot dead a suspected supporter of the Somali militant group al Shabaab during a gunfight and said he had been plotting attacks in the country.
'Nairobbery' transitioning back into Nairobi with embracing of tourism
Kenya's capital city of Nairobi has been an epicentre of scams, robbery and other crimes for visiting tourists, who are heading to East Africa's safari parks and Indian Ocean beaches.
Basketball in Africa
Warriors arrest terrorists at Nyayo
Ulinzi Warriors had an easy time when they faced University of Nairobi 'Terrorists' in the Kenya Basketball Federation Premier League.