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Law hoping to break clear of the Nairobi rush hour for Kenya success
Aberdeen golfer David Law hopes the top of the Kenya Open leaderboard is not as densely populated as the centre of Nairobi as he starts his first full season on the Challenge Tour today.
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Devizes head hits the catwalk to aid trip to Kenya
Back, from left, Ellis, Louise, Taylor-Jane Hancock of The Wardrobe in Devizes, and Jake; middle, English teacher Hayley Lacey, Holly, and headteacher Malcolm Irons; front, Nicole, Hannah and Issy Headteacher Malcolm Irons will take to the catwalk next week to help raise money to send Devizes School sixth formers on an expedition to Kenya.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Kenyan comedy finds laughs in charities 'saving Africa'
Ever wondered how international charities really put your money to use? A new Kenyan comedy about the inner-workings of an inept NGO in Nairobi answers that question.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Kenyan safaris could be next big thing f...
The Kenyan Embassy here and the Kenya Tourist Board, the top travel promoter for the country, pitched to prospective South Korean tourists and travel agents in a bid to attract a larger number of South Korean visitors to the East African nation.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Kenya: Kabogo to Get Funds for Kijabe Hospital Facelift
Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has pledged to marshal five governors, whose residents use Kijabe Mission Hospital, to boost its infrastructure.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Head teacher plans trip to Kenyan school
SCHOOLCHILDREN in Hampshire have waved off their head teacher as she heads to Kenya as part of a partnership programme.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
The Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF) Returns to Nairobi
The Africa Hotel Investment Forum , which is the premier hotel investment conference in Africa, attracting many prominent international hotel owners, investors, financiers, management companies and their advisers, will head back to Kenya's capital, Nairobi later this year.
Kenya tourism market: New market research published
In late 2007, violence in the wake of the elections severely curtailed tourism in the country until recently.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Pastoralist aspirations versus policy in the Horn of Africa
Since the Horn of Africa drought of 2011 aid agencies have been working to understand the changes taking place in the drylands, hoping to better anticipate people's needs.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Kagame encourages EAC members on integration
President Paul Kagame has said that the progress made on current joint projects in the East African Community is encouraging and there is need to keep a quick pace towards implementing the regional integration agenda.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Kenyan MPs To Demand Enforcement of Laws Criminalizing Homosexuality
Members of Kenya's parliament are upset that the nation's anti-gay laws are not being enforced to an extent they find sufficiently draconian and have thus decided to question their Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko and Attorney General Githu Muigai in an attempt to find answers and redirect public policy on the subject.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Sean's 'mind-blowing' Kenyan adventure
He is more regularly found cooking up greatness at The Black Horse in Woburn, but last month head chef Sean Austin temporarily cast aside his whites and set off to Kenya.
Kenya: Mombasa to Be Free Trade Zone
This is the country's first significant step towards boosting trade volumes while relatively reducing the import bill.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
'I was lucky to be alive but I was branded a gold-digger for trying...
Outrage as U.S. airwoman posts 'disrespectful and disgusting' photo online: Officer poses lewdly tongue-kissing emblem to honor POWs 'I was lucky to be alive but I was branded a gold-digger for trying to get damages': After 14 years and A 100,000, tourist gored by elephant wins payout from William girl's father The father of Prince William's friend ... (more)
Cross Africa Equatorial Challenge for Ardingly College
More than half of Kenyans live in poverty. 59% of Kenyan children are malnourished; less than 30% of Kenyans living in rural areas have access to a toilet and only half of the rural population have access to clean water.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Kenya: Kenya to Establish Free Trade Zones in Mombasa
The Cabinet has approved the establishment of Free Trade Zones in Mombasa in order to stimulate local, regional and international trade as well as investments.
Kenya accuses US as tear gas breaks up rally
A dam being built on the Tokwe River in Masvingo, Zimbabwe is close to bursting.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Letter from Africa: A gift for Kenya
In our series of letters from African journalists, broadcaster and media trainer Joseph Warungu offers a few tips on surviving Kenya to his new-born daughter.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
A Night in Africa supports children's home
A year ago, Sudbury native Jacqueline Villeneuve achieved her dream - she opened a home for orphaned and abandoned children in Donholm, Kenya.