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The Kenya Revenue Authority has suspended the 1.5 per cent railway development levy on all imports to Kenya from East African Community member states. In Summary The business lobby also called on Tanzania and Burundi in January to bridge a rift that
The 362 tourists spent a day in Mombasa before proceeding to Zanzibar. Zanzibar has been giving Kenya's coast a run for its money in the beach product. The government is scrambling to revive Kenya's ailing tourism sector in the face of declining
The Fort Morgan Police Department and the local Crime Stoppers are offiering a $500 reward for information that leads to the resolution of this case. Fort Morgan Police are investigating as hate crimes vandalism targeting vehicles belonging to the
The dunes of Namib-Naukluft National Park, the largest game park in Africa. gallery gallery The density of tigers in Bandhavgarh is one of the highest in India. The park also has a large population of leopards and various species of deer. Patrice
Egypt may be in the throes of political turmoil, but the government has begun a diplomatic offensive aimed at stopping Ethiopia from building a huge hydroelectric dam on the Nile River that Cairo says will be a disaster for the Arab world's most
The ability of ultraviolet radiation to cause skin cancer is well established. Yet, it is only generally believed that the development of dark skin by people in Africa was an adaptive response to protect them from the damaging effects of UV rays.
In Summary Mombasa accounted for the largest volume of seizures in Africa with a total of over 10 tonnes of illegal ivory According to the report which was released Wednesday, approximately 30 elephants are killed in Tanzania daily amounting to more
Ltd is seeking Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) from East African producers to diversify its supply sources, a senior company official said here on Wednesday. We are trying to spread our portfolio of LNG supplies geographically and indices wise (and) we
23 February 2014 90 shares 0 View comments Britain is donating more than £90million a year to Somalia despite strong warnings that its corrupt government is arming Al Qaeda-backed terrorists. David Cameron has approved the huge handouts to the war-
Under the Lapsset Corridor Project, Kenya plans to set up two refineries, at the Lamu port and in Isiolo. The latter could, however, be affected by Uganda's decision to set up its own plant given that it was proposed to supply Eastern Africa market.