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Mission will take men deep into the African wild
Two local men are traveling into the wild - to a place where no white man has ever been seen by the natives.
Wed May 22, 2013
URA blames agents for truck pile up at Malaba
By Faustine Odeke The Uganda Revenue Authority has accused the clearing agents at Malaba border for the continuous truck pile up that has caused a daily traffic jam on the Malaba-Tororo highway during morning and evening hours.
Religion News Service
U.S. missionary doctor suspended after challenging cardinal, nuns
NAIROBI, Kenya An American missionary priest who is entangled in a dispute with the country's top Catholic cleric and a group of nuns in Kenya over the ownership of two mission hospitals has been suspended from the priesthood by his order.
Polio Outbreak In Kenya: A Threat To Global Eradication
A baby receives a polio vaccine at the Medina Maternal Child Health center in Mogadishu, Somalia.
Bridgewater Woman Co-Founded Taaluma Project
She just enjoys making other people happy, and Bridgewater resident, and recent Virgina Tech graduate, Valerie Hengemuhle is continuing to do that with her work overseas to help underprivileged youths attend school.
Mon May 20, 2013
Students Head to Kenya for Clinical Work
Five students from Kent State University are in the midst of the trip of a lifetime, as today they're working in a clinic on the east coast of Africa.
Thu May 16, 2013
Basketball in Africa
Kenya: Tigers Up Against Muliro University
UNITED States International University 'Tigers' face off against Masinde Muliro University of Agriculture and Technology as the Zuku Kenya University Sports Association league throws off this weekend at Nyayo Stadium.
Tue May 14, 2013
Somalia: Flight to Kismayo 'Forced to Return to Mogadishu'
A flight carrying some 25 passengers flew from Mogadishu to Kismayo on Sunday, but the flight returned to Mogadishu's airport, Garowe Online reports.
Mon May 13, 2013
Kenya: Kidero Promise of Free Land to Investors
NAIROBI county governor Evans Kidero has promised to create land banks in the county to enable investors get land for development.
The Daily Record
Commentary: Wooster professor helps to 'Teach the World to Sing'
Lisa Wong, assistant professor of music at The College of Wooster and director of the Wooster Chorus, will join four other musicians for a two-week sojourn in Kenya, where they will teach and perform at schools and various other venues in that country, including the Administration Police Band Academy, Nairobi School, Utawala Academy, St.
Botswana: Botswana Abolishes Entry Visas for S. Sudanese
South Sudanese citizens intending to travel to Botswana need not apply for entry visas any more, the Southern African nation announced last week.
Sun May 12, 2013
Firm turns sandals into sales
The colorful handmade giraffes, elephants, and warthogs made in a Nairobi workshop were once only dirty pieces of rubber cruising the Indian Ocean's currents.
Fri May 10, 2013
Kenya: U.S. Encourages Businesswomen to Take Advantage of Agoa Trade Deal
Kenyan business women have been urged to take advantage of the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act to export products to the US without restrictions.
Florida Baptist Witness
Missionary teacher - travels light' from Africa to High Springs
HIGH SPRINGS - In Kenya for 28 years Jenny Musen learned to be flexible and willing to move about at the Baptist High School in Mombasa and as a volunteer coordinator in Nairobi.
Thu May 09, 2013
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Chilliwack students set sights on Kenya
In the ultimate step of taking learning beyond the classroom, fourteen Mt. Slesse students will cross boundaries to get a first hand perspective on life in a very different part of the world.
Wed May 08, 2013
The Papillion Times
Kenya co. turns old sandals into colorful objects
Omaha is about to elect its next mayor, but the executive branch needs help to maintain and improve the city's economic and civic momentum.
Air Uganda's new plane to ply Mogadishu route
Embassy opened. Last month, Foreign Secretary William Hague opened a new British embassy in Mogadishu.
Tue May 07, 2013
Kenya: All Set for Mutula Burial As Sh10 Million Budget Met
All is set for the late Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo's burial after the family managed to surpass its Sh10 million budget, following a fundraiser held on Monday evening.
Mon May 06, 2013
Emirates News Agency
Kenya Airways to join Abu Dhabi International Airport
WAM Abu Dhabi, 6 May 2013 --Abu Dhabi Airports Company today announced that Kenya Airways, the national carrier of Kenya, will offer three flights a week between Abu Dhabi International Airport and Nairobi, Kenya starting from Monday 1st July 2013.
Kenya: Kenya Airways Adds Extra Flight to Maputo
TRADER passenger traffic between Nairobi and Maputo, Mozambique has forced Kenya Airways to add an extra flight on the route bringing the number of weekly flights to the destination to four.