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Gor unveil Jonathan McKinstry of Northern Ireland as new head coach
The former Uganda Cranes tactician takes over from Andreas Spiers of Germany whose contract with the club expired early this month.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 2 months ago
Gor unveil Jonathan McKinstry of Northern Ireland as new head coach
Quit lengthy talks, save biodiversity before time runs out
There is need to put in place a GBF that emphasizes expanding and effectively managing protected and conserved areas.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 2 months ago
Quit lengthy talks, save biodiversity before time runs out
Pastoralists enter deal with local ranches to beat biting drought
Pastoralists pay monthly fee and their animals get unlimited access to pasture and water.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 3 months ago
Pastoralists enter deal with local ranches to beat biting drought
I found fortune in pyrethrum
Kapi buys flowers from farmers and extracts the pyrethrum for the manufacturing of organic pesticide products.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 3 months ago
I found fortune in pyrethrum
Reviving dead forest to tame climate crisis
Through assessment of health of the soils and vegetation, the project identifies suitable restoration practices and appropriate tree species for various agroecology.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 4 months ago
Reviving dead forest to tame climate crisis
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How I turned idle dryland into a golden beef venture
In 2000, Warren Evans resolved to take over the family farm; he wanted to make it profitable.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
How I turned idle dryland into a golden beef venture
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How I turned idle dryland into a golden beef venture
In 2000, Warren Evans resolved to take over the family farm; he wanted to make it profitable.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
How I turned idle dryland into a golden beef venture
Gerri Resula emerges top at Kabarak High
Soon after receiving the good news, Gerri, 18, said she was happy and excited about her performance. 
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
Gerri Resula emerges top at Kabarak High
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Climate change's hand snatching fundamental rights
They face hunger, poverty and risk of dropping out of school because of drought. Long walk to school exposing children to attacks by hungry wild animals.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
Climate change's hand snatching fundamental rights
Taita Taveta, Moi and Kabarak varsities top in BIC challenge
The competition brought together teams of students from six leading universities who set out to come up with solutions to key challenges.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
Taita Taveta, Moi and Kabarak varsities top in BIC challenge
Long queues as deadline looms for registration of mobile lines
Long queues are being witnessed outside shops of all mobile telephone operators. The government appointed a task force to review Kenya Information and Communication Act.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
Long queues as deadline looms for registration of mobile lines
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How jobless engineer found success in property
Today, 33-year-old CEO of Fanaka Real Estate, a multi-million firm, shares his journey in the land buying and selling industry.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 8 months ago
How jobless engineer found success in property
Gor unveil Jonathan McKinstry of Northern Ireland as new head coach
The former Uganda Cranes tactician takes over from Andreas Spiers of Germany whose contract with the club expired early this month.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 2 months ago
Gor unveil Jonathan McKinstry of Northern Ireland as new head coach
Quit lengthy talks, save biodiversity before time runs out
There is need to put in place a GBF that emphasizes expanding and effectively managing protected and conserved areas.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 2 months ago
Quit lengthy talks, save biodiversity before time runs out
Pastoralists enter deal with local ranches to beat biting drought
Pastoralists pay monthly fee and their animals get unlimited access to pasture and water.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 3 months ago
Pastoralists enter deal with local ranches to beat biting drought
I found fortune in pyrethrum
Kapi buys flowers from farmers and extracts the pyrethrum for the manufacturing of organic pesticide products.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 3 months ago
I found fortune in pyrethrum
Reviving dead forest to tame climate crisis
Through assessment of health of the soils and vegetation, the project identifies suitable restoration practices and appropriate tree species for various agroecology.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 4 months ago
Reviving dead forest to tame climate crisis
Premium
How I turned idle dryland into a golden beef venture
In 2000, Warren Evans resolved to take over the family farm; he wanted to make it profitable.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
How I turned idle dryland into a golden beef venture
Premium
How I turned idle dryland into a golden beef venture
In 2000, Warren Evans resolved to take over the family farm; he wanted to make it profitable.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
How I turned idle dryland into a golden beef venture
Gerri Resula emerges top at Kabarak High
Soon after receiving the good news, Gerri, 18, said she was happy and excited about her performance. 
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
Gerri Resula emerges top at Kabarak High
Premium
Climate change's hand snatching fundamental rights
They face hunger, poverty and risk of dropping out of school because of drought. Long walk to school exposing children to attacks by hungry wild animals.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
Climate change's hand snatching fundamental rights
Taita Taveta, Moi and Kabarak varsities top in BIC challenge
The competition brought together teams of students from six leading universities who set out to come up with solutions to key challenges.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
Taita Taveta, Moi and Kabarak varsities top in BIC challenge
Long queues as deadline looms for registration of mobile lines
Long queues are being witnessed outside shops of all mobile telephone operators. The government appointed a task force to review Kenya Information and Communication Act.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
Long queues as deadline looms for registration of mobile lines
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How jobless engineer found success in property
Today, 33-year-old CEO of Fanaka Real Estate, a multi-million firm, shares his journey in the land buying and selling industry.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 8 months ago
How jobless engineer found success in property
Gor unveil Jonathan McKinstry of Northern Ireland as new head coach
The former Uganda Cranes tactician takes over from Andreas Spiers of Germany whose contract with the club expired early this month.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 2 months ago
Gor unveil Jonathan McKinstry of Northern Ireland as new head coach
Quit lengthy talks, save biodiversity before time runs out
There is need to put in place a GBF that emphasizes expanding and effectively managing protected and conserved areas.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 2 months ago
Quit lengthy talks, save biodiversity before time runs out
Pastoralists enter deal with local ranches to beat biting drought
Pastoralists pay monthly fee and their animals get unlimited access to pasture and water.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 3 months ago
Pastoralists enter deal with local ranches to beat biting drought
I found fortune in pyrethrum
Kapi buys flowers from farmers and extracts the pyrethrum for the manufacturing of organic pesticide products.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 3 months ago
I found fortune in pyrethrum
Reviving dead forest to tame climate crisis
Through assessment of health of the soils and vegetation, the project identifies suitable restoration practices and appropriate tree species for various agroecology.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 4 months ago
Reviving dead forest to tame climate crisis
Premium
How I turned idle dryland into a golden beef venture
In 2000, Warren Evans resolved to take over the family farm; he wanted to make it profitable.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
How I turned idle dryland into a golden beef venture
Premium
How I turned idle dryland into a golden beef venture
In 2000, Warren Evans resolved to take over the family farm; he wanted to make it profitable.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
How I turned idle dryland into a golden beef venture
Gerri Resula emerges top at Kabarak High
Soon after receiving the good news, Gerri, 18, said she was happy and excited about her performance. 
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
Gerri Resula emerges top at Kabarak High
Premium
Climate change's hand snatching fundamental rights
They face hunger, poverty and risk of dropping out of school because of drought. Long walk to school exposing children to attacks by hungry wild animals.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
Climate change's hand snatching fundamental rights
Taita Taveta, Moi and Kabarak varsities top in BIC challenge
The competition brought together teams of students from six leading universities who set out to come up with solutions to key challenges.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
Taita Taveta, Moi and Kabarak varsities top in BIC challenge
Long queues as deadline looms for registration of mobile lines
Long queues are being witnessed outside shops of all mobile telephone operators. The government appointed a task force to review Kenya Information and Communication Act.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 5 months ago
Long queues as deadline looms for registration of mobile lines
Premium
How jobless engineer found success in property
Today, 33-year-old CEO of Fanaka Real Estate, a multi-million firm, shares his journey in the land buying and selling industry.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 8 months ago
How jobless engineer found success in property