Farmers Earn Good Money From Leap of Faith in Mushrooms

Mushroom farming is one of the under-exploited sectors despite its benefits to consumers and the farmers

Kenya Makes Strides in Bid to Save Northern White Rhino Through Artificial Breeding

Scientists said removal of eggs from the world's only remaining northern female white rhinos, called Najin and Fatu, was a culmination of years of research and trials based on international best practices

World Cup goal keeps Kenya’s women focused on challenges ahead

Kenya national women's rugby team head coach Felix Oloo says his players must focus on the upcoming World Cup qualification matches in South Africa, despite having dominated neighbors Uganda in the regional Elgon Cup. Oloo says there are more challenging...

Booming business as more Kenyans take to coffee drinking

A number of international coffee outlets have entered the Kenyan market intensifying competition with local ones as citizens' love for the beverage surges. Several global outlets and the local ones have established stores across the east African nation in the...

World Bank unveils Sh1.4b business grant competition for youths

A World Bank-backed youth business competition to tackle unemployment in Kenya has been launched. Carlos Felipe Jaramillo, World Bank Country Director for Eritrea, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda, told journalists in Nairobi that the Bretton Woods institution has set aside Ksh...

Uhuru reassures on Nairobi, Dar relations

President Uhuru Kenyatta said on Friday Kenya and Tanzania will remain good neighbours and friends forever. "It is written in the Bible that you can choose a friend but you cannot choose your neighbour," Uhuru said at the start of...

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