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Why African cities will linger in the crosshairs of floods
As the soils become saturated with water, several buildings have shown signs of instability, with one flat in Uthiru collapsing on Tuesday.
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Local organisation to benefit from a $60 million to support for health equity in Kenya
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Nostalgia as Safari Rally returns
Over the years, the  Safari Rally has become synonymous with the Easter weekend, a time when Kenyans traditionally take a break from their daily routines to savour the thrill of motorsport.
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Building to the skies, but at what cost?
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Abel Mutua narrates pain of losing a childhood friend to malaria
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Why size of urban residential units has been shrinking
The report cites the absence of essential planning and legal frameworks such as local physical development plans, zoning regulations, development control regulations, and building regulations.
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Local airline's ambitious plan to electrify its fleet by 2027
Safarilink Aviation has partnered with an American company to have a fully electric fleet by 2027.
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Time bomb: Why many city residents may be living in a condemned house
Many tenants in and around the city find themselves in a predicament where they are forced to live in improper housing units that might even compromise their safety due to poor workmanship.
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Boost as Kenya to receive Sh11b for transition to clean energy
The Climate Investment Funds will help country’s ambition to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 32 per cent by 2030 and achieve Net Zero by 2050.
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Why artificial intelligence is the next frontier for startups
75 million jobs may be displaced by a shift in the division of labour between humans and machines, while 133 million new roles may emerge.
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Kenyan woman climbing Everest to save the planet
Between April and May this year, Mwende became the first Kenyan woman to attempt a climb on the 8,848-metre-high Everest, an endeavour normally wrought with unexpected dangers
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Why African cities will linger in the crosshairs of floods
As the soils become saturated with water, several buildings have shown signs of instability, with one flat in Uthiru collapsing on Tuesday.
By 2 months ago
Why African cities will linger in the crosshairs of floods
Study: Roads, farms and fences are causing genetic decline in wildebeest populations
Roads, fences, farms and urban sprawl threaten to fracture the historic migratory routes of the wildebeest herds.
By 2 months ago
Study: Roads, farms and fences are causing genetic decline in wildebeest populations
Local organisation to benefit from a $60 million to support for health equity in Kenya
The three-year project will help Savannah Informatics Global Health Institute develop programmes.
By 2 months ago
Local organisation to benefit from a $60 million to support for health equity in Kenya
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Nostalgia as Safari Rally returns
Over the years, the  Safari Rally has become synonymous with the Easter weekend, a time when Kenyans traditionally take a break from their daily routines to savour the thrill of motorsport.
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Nostalgia as Safari Rally returns
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Building to the skies, but at what cost?
Governor Sakaja has told off the Kilimani, Kileleshwa and Lavington residents who are alarmed by the mushrooming of high-rise buildings to stop complaining.
By 3 months ago
Building to the skies, but at what cost?
Lucy Muchemi: What plumbing has taught me about resilience
Lucy Muchemi is an accomplished plumber who literally gets into the trenches with pipes, wrenches and glue.
By 4 months ago
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Abel Mutua narrates pain of losing a childhood friend to malaria
In 2022, out of 3.4 million people who got malaria, 11,788 people died, a high number considering the disease is preventable, treatable and curable.
By 4 months ago
Abel Mutua narrates pain of losing a childhood friend to malaria
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Why size of urban residential units has been shrinking
The report cites the absence of essential planning and legal frameworks such as local physical development plans, zoning regulations, development control regulations, and building regulations.
By 4 months ago
Why size of urban residential units has been shrinking
Local airline's ambitious plan to electrify its fleet by 2027
Safarilink Aviation has partnered with an American company to have a fully electric fleet by 2027.
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Time bomb: Why many city residents may be living in a condemned house
Many tenants in and around the city find themselves in a predicament where they are forced to live in improper housing units that might even compromise their safety due to poor workmanship.
By 5 months ago
Time bomb: Why many city residents may be living in a condemned house
Boost as Kenya to receive Sh11b for transition to clean energy
The Climate Investment Funds will help country’s ambition to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 32 per cent by 2030 and achieve Net Zero by 2050.
By 5 months ago
Boost as Kenya to receive Sh11b for transition to clean energy
Why artificial intelligence is the next frontier for startups
75 million jobs may be displaced by a shift in the division of labour between humans and machines, while 133 million new roles may emerge.
By 5 months ago
Why artificial intelligence is the next frontier for startups
Kenyan woman climbing Everest to save the planet
Between April and May this year, Mwende became the first Kenyan woman to attempt a climb on the 8,848-metre-high Everest, an endeavour normally wrought with unexpected dangers
By 7 months ago
Kenyan woman climbing Everest to save the planet
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Why African cities will linger in the crosshairs of floods
As the soils become saturated with water, several buildings have shown signs of instability, with one flat in Uthiru collapsing on Tuesday.
By 2 months ago
Why African cities will linger in the crosshairs of floods
Study: Roads, farms and fences are causing genetic decline in wildebeest populations
Roads, fences, farms and urban sprawl threaten to fracture the historic migratory routes of the wildebeest herds.
By 2 months ago
Study: Roads, farms and fences are causing genetic decline in wildebeest populations
Local organisation to benefit from a $60 million to support for health equity in Kenya
The three-year project will help Savannah Informatics Global Health Institute develop programmes.
By 2 months ago
Local organisation to benefit from a $60 million to support for health equity in Kenya
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Nostalgia as Safari Rally returns
Over the years, the  Safari Rally has become synonymous with the Easter weekend, a time when Kenyans traditionally take a break from their daily routines to savour the thrill of motorsport.
By 3 months ago
Nostalgia as Safari Rally returns
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Building to the skies, but at what cost?
Governor Sakaja has told off the Kilimani, Kileleshwa and Lavington residents who are alarmed by the mushrooming of high-rise buildings to stop complaining.
By 3 months ago
Building to the skies, but at what cost?
Lucy Muchemi: What plumbing has taught me about resilience
Lucy Muchemi is an accomplished plumber who literally gets into the trenches with pipes, wrenches and glue.
By 4 months ago
Lucy Muchemi: What plumbing has taught me about resilience
Abel Mutua narrates pain of losing a childhood friend to malaria
In 2022, out of 3.4 million people who got malaria, 11,788 people died, a high number considering the disease is preventable, treatable and curable.
By 4 months ago
Abel Mutua narrates pain of losing a childhood friend to malaria
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Why size of urban residential units has been shrinking
The report cites the absence of essential planning and legal frameworks such as local physical development plans, zoning regulations, development control regulations, and building regulations.
By 4 months ago
Why size of urban residential units has been shrinking
Local airline's ambitious plan to electrify its fleet by 2027
Safarilink Aviation has partnered with an American company to have a fully electric fleet by 2027.
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Time bomb: Why many city residents may be living in a condemned house
Many tenants in and around the city find themselves in a predicament where they are forced to live in improper housing units that might even compromise their safety due to poor workmanship.
By 5 months ago
Time bomb: Why many city residents may be living in a condemned house
Boost as Kenya to receive Sh11b for transition to clean energy
The Climate Investment Funds will help country’s ambition to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 32 per cent by 2030 and achieve Net Zero by 2050.
By 5 months ago
Boost as Kenya to receive Sh11b for transition to clean energy
Why artificial intelligence is the next frontier for startups
75 million jobs may be displaced by a shift in the division of labour between humans and machines, while 133 million new roles may emerge.
By 5 months ago
Why artificial intelligence is the next frontier for startups
Kenyan woman climbing Everest to save the planet
Between April and May this year, Mwende became the first Kenyan woman to attempt a climb on the 8,848-metre-high Everest, an endeavour normally wrought with unexpected dangers
By 7 months ago
Kenyan woman climbing Everest to save the planet
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Building to the skies, but at what cost?
Governor Sakaja has told off the Kilimani, Kileleshwa and Lavington residents who are alarmed by the mushrooming of high-rise buildings to stop complaining.
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