How 400km solar-powered fence reduces human-wildlife conflict
The electric, solar-powered fence was erected by the Rhino Ark Charitable Trust and KWS. Construction of each kilometre of the comprehensive fence comes at a cost of Sh3 million.
By Joseph Kipsang 8 months ago
How 400km solar-powered fence reduces human-wildlife conflict
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Patrick Weta: Why I volunteered to be a vasectomy champion
Weta is a polygamous man with two wives, each blessed with four children; two boys and two girls. He decided to undergo a vasectomy in 2008 after the eighth child was born.
By Joseph Kipsang 9 months ago
Patrick Weta: Why I volunteered to be a vasectomy champion
Photos: MP Arama draws gun, threatens to shoot looters during protests
He threatens to shoot some of the people he claims were looting and destroying property in the area.
By Joseph Kipsang 11 months ago
Photos: MP Arama draws gun, threatens to shoot looters during protests
Why conservationists are against Sh4.4bn Aberdare Forest road deal
Conservationists have strongly opposed the project, saying the negative impacts the road will have on the delicate ecosystem outweigh any potential benefits.
By Joseph Kipsang 1 year ago
Why conservationists are against Sh4.4bn Aberdare Forest road deal
Region plagued by vicious cycle of floods, hunger and insecurity
Baringo tops the list of counties currently struggling with severe hunger and insecurity.
By Joseph Kipsang 1 year ago
Region plagued by vicious cycle of floods, hunger and insecurity
Family has lived off Mau Forest for years despite State evictions
Members of the indigenous communities whose livelihood depends on natural forests, their goal is to protect and preserve the forest ecosystem for future generations.
By Joseph Kipsang 1 year ago
Family has lived off Mau Forest for years despite State evictions
Eburu residents adopt use of biogas to reduce pressure on forest resource
The cost of installation and maintenance of the biogas is Sh55,000. This includes the tube, the piping and the burner.
By Joseph Kipsang 1 year ago
Eburu residents adopt use of biogas to reduce pressure on forest resource
Hot springs an oasis of life for humans and wildlife in Eburu
Steam jets shoot from fissures on the ground in Eburu as the area produces a high amount of geothermal energy. Residents and conservationists tap the steam and condense it into water.
By Joseph Kipsang 1 year ago
Hot springs an oasis of life for humans and wildlife in Eburu
Sibling rivalry rocks race for Bungoma Senate seat
The UDA party of President William Ruto has backed former Bumula MP Mwambu Mabonga, which has irritated Moses WetaFord Kenya leaders.
By Joseph Kipsang 1 year ago
Sibling rivalry rocks race for Bungoma Senate seat
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Why disability is not inability for handball referee Clara Chepkoech
While growing up as an ardent handball player both in the better part of high school, Chepkoech grew up dreaming of taking up the game as part of her career.
By Joseph Kipsang 1 year ago
Why disability is not inability for handball referee Clara Chepkoech
Court orders pet dog at centre of dispute released
The court observed that Nyabando was still the legal owner of 'Prince' and that Moraa had no sufficient evidence to support the allegations that she was gifted the dog.
By Joseph Kipsang 1 year ago
Court orders pet dog at centre of dispute released
New law relief for poor job seekers, says Employment Bill sponsor
Nominated MP Gideon Keter has thanked President Uhuru Kenyatta for assenting the Employment (Amendment) Bill.
By Joseph Kipsang 2 years ago
New law relief for poor job seekers, says Employment Bill sponsor
Climate change ‘the culprit’ in Rift attacks over water, pasture
Animal carcasses are strewed all over, rotting beneath the scorching sun. UN says 20 million people will need water and food aid through mid-2022.
By Joseph Kipsang 2 years ago
Climate change ‘the culprit’ in Rift attacks over water, pasture
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Where bandits’ bullets have left children with scars, crutches
Baringo County Commissioner says since 2018, he only remembers four cases of children attacked by bandits.
By Joseph Kipsang 2 years ago
Where bandits’ bullets have left children with scars, crutches
Ministry officials pick up students to join Form One
Education PS led teams to find out why children had not joined high school, majority of whom said lack of school fees had kept them home.
By Joseph Kipsang 2 years ago
Ministry officials pick up students to join Form One
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Man-eaters of Baringo: Crocodiles leave trail of injuries, deaths as lake floods villages
With Lake Baringo the only available source of water, residents are at the mercy of the reptiles, a situation made worse by its rising levels.
By Joseph Kipsang 3 years ago
Man-eaters of Baringo: Crocodiles leave trail of injuries, deaths as lake floods villages
Kenyan referee set to control egos and tantrums at Olympics
Coming from a community predominantly known for its athletics prowess, Fifa assistant referee Gilbert Cheruiyot wants to...
By Joseph Kipsang 3 years ago
Kenyan referee set to control egos and tantrums at Olympics
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Akuei’s journey from dodging bullets to starring in rugby fields
When you first hear it, the words sound so outlandish, so inexplicable, that you ask him to repeat them. I’m not joking,” he says with a...
By Joseph Kipsang 3 years ago
Akuei’s journey from dodging bullets to starring in rugby fields
Sh10b Suswa-Longonot Railway to be ready by June
Benefits of the project include the setting up of an economic zone in Naivasha as well as boosting the tourism sector
By Joseph Kipsang 3 years ago
Sh10b Suswa-Longonot Railway to be ready by June
PHOTOS: Nakuru Commercial Sex workers donate items to Police stations
In a rare gesture, commercial sex workers cleaned two police stations and donated bedding materials for cells as the world marked the International Day to End V
By Joseph Kipsang 4 years ago
PHOTOS: Nakuru Commercial Sex workers donate items to Police stations
KPL: Gor edge out Ulinzi Stars to open nine-point lead
Gor Mahia fans can start celebrating the team’s crowning as 2019 SportPesa League champions after downing Ulinzi Stars in Nakuru
By Joseph Kipsang 5 years ago
KPL: Gor edge out Ulinzi Stars to open nine-point lead
Family planning nightmare in Tiaty
Residents are resistant because children are seen as a source of wealth that comes through bride price.
By Joseph Kipsang 5 years ago
Family planning nightmare in Tiaty
Life-saving: Kabarak University students set for Australia event
After conquering the inaugural Africa Life-saving Swimming Championships in Agadir, Morocco last year, Kabarak University students Zilpa Okoth and Phi
By Joseph Kipsang 5 years ago
Life-saving: Kabarak University students set for Australia event
Photos: Irate residents burn car transporting meat
Police at the scene were overpowered by the angry residents.
By Joseph Kipsang 6 years ago
Photos: Irate residents burn car transporting meat
Needy students to benefit from Kabarak race
Needy students to benefit from Kabarak race
By Joseph Kipsang 6 years ago
Needy students to benefit from Kabarak race
This witty Baboon skillfully stealing food from tourists in Nakuru will make your day [PHOTOS]
This Baboon was spotted stealing items from a bus parked at Lake Nakuru National Park
By Joseph Kipsang 6 years ago
This witty Baboon skillfully stealing food from tourists in Nakuru will make your day [PHOTOS]
Three Police officers killed in Kasarani
The officers were returning to Lomelo from Kapedo where they had taken food rations to police camps in the area when they were ambushed by bandits who shot at their vehicle.
By Joseph Kipsang 6 years ago
Three Police officers killed in Kasarani
Toyota unveils 6th generation Hiace, ‘New Shark’
Toyota Kenya said it has started training shuttle drivers to help maximise their profits and enhance road safety.
By Joseph Kipsang 7 years ago
Toyota unveils 6th generation Hiace, ‘New Shark’
Three more killed in fresh Baringo attack
Three more people have been killed in a bandit attack in Baringo north.
By Mercy Kahenda and Joseph Kipsang 7 years ago
Three more killed in fresh Baringo attack
Manhunt for suspects who escaped from Kabarnet Police Station
The suspects have been identified by police as Kipruto Kibet, Erastus Kiplimo, Andrew Koech, and Zakayo Kimuge. They were facing charges of murder, cattle theft and touting.
By Joseph Kipsang 7 years ago
Manhunt for suspects who escaped from Kabarnet Police Station
Moi defends Uhuru over corruption, asks suspects to resign
Rongai MP Raymond Moi has defended President Uhuru Kenyatta over corruption in the Jubilee government and asked officers mentioned in suspect deals to step aside.
By Joseph Kipsang 7 years ago
Moi defends Uhuru over corruption, asks suspects to resign
Police net illicit liquor in politician's house
Police in Nakuru have impounded several litres of assorted second generation liquor of unknown value in a house belonging to a prominent politician in the country.
By Joseph Kipsang 7 years ago
Police net illicit liquor in politician's house
Baringo locals tell off DP Ruto over location of new varsity
Baringo residents have accused Deputy President William Ruto of going against the wishes of the majority on location of proposed Baringo university.
By Joseph Kipsang and Daniel Opondo 7 years ago
Baringo locals tell off DP Ruto over location of new varsity
Chief blames police officers for his attack
A chief attacked during a raid on illicit brew dens, has accused the Administration Police officers, who had accompanied him, of collaborating with his attackers.
By Joseph Kipsang 8 years ago
Chief blames police officers for his attack
Medic: Number of snake bite cases increasing in Baringo
The number of snakes bites in the county have increased significantly in the last one year.
By Joseph Kipsang 9 years ago
Medic: Number of snake bite cases increasing in Baringo
Knut raises alarm over mushrooming private schools
Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) Secretary General Wilson Sossion has raised concern over mushrooming private schools funded by international organisations.
By Joseph Kipsang 9 years ago
Knut raises alarm over mushrooming private schools
Kenya: Students in brush with death
Over 50 students escaped death narrowly when suspected bandits opened fire on a bus near Loruk along the Marigat-Chemolingot road.
By Boaz Kipngenoh and Joseph Kipsang 9 years ago
Kenya: Students in brush with death
Gor Mhia still unbeaten
Gor Mahia maintained their unbeaten run to 15 as they added giants Tusker to their causality list, picking an important 1-0 win at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu yesterday.
By CHRIS MUSUMBA, JOSEPH KIPSANG, BOSCO MAGARE 9 years ago
Gor Mhia still unbeaten
Leopards SHOCKED: Stima’s Ochieng’ switches off Ingwe’s power in Kisumu as City Stars stop Ulinzi guns
Hosts Western Stima, was for better part of the match switched off but substitute striker Victor Ochieng’ powered his side on for just two minutes to electrocute AFC Leopards in a 2-0 win at Moi Stadium in Kisumu.
By Chris Musumba, Gilbert Wandera and Joseph Kipsang 9 years ago
Leopards SHOCKED: Stima’s Ochieng’ switches off Ingwe’s power in Kisumu as City Stars stop Ulinzi guns
Chepseba shines in 5000m at Nakuru Safaricom AK series
The 2011 Diamond League series winner Nickson Chepseba of Kenya Police easily beat other athletes in the 5,000m race on the final day of the Safaricom Athletics Series at Afraha Stadium, Nakuru.
By Joseph Kipsang 9 years ago
Chepseba shines in 5000m at Nakuru Safaricom AK series
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