30 women arrested at JKIA with Sh31 million worth of gold
All passengers are encouraged to declare all cargo at the ports of entry and exit as required by law.
Pkemoi Ng'enoh | 8 days ago
Small-scale miners predict bright future from gold refinery project
The construction of a gold refinery promises to be a game-changer for artisanal miners who have long been exploited by unscrupulous traders.
Benard Lusigi | 22 days ago
Oct 31, 2021
Why Gor Mahia and Tusker face huge task on venues for CAF ties
A lot was expected when President Uhuru Kenyatta re-opened Nyayo Stadium in September last year ahead of the Kip Keino Classic, the World Athletics Go
Oct 29, 2021
Eight decades later, another gold rush courts Kakamega
There was therefore some was some gold rush in Kakamega 89 years ago speculators realised that there were millions to be made in the area.
Oct 22, 2021
All that glitters is not gold: Miners suffer effects of using mercury
Prolonged exposure to mercury and sodium cyanide used in gold extraction causes damage to the nervous, digestive and immune systems.
Oct 21, 2021
Philip Murgor in the limelight again
Philip Murgo is a father of three children – two daughters and a son – the eldest child, a daughter, is also a lawyer.
Oct 20, 2021
MPs from Kakamega want residents paid by mineral mining firms
MPs from Kakamega County have petitioned the government to ensure locals are compensated before gold exploration companies are allow
Oct 09, 2021
A new type of black gold in Nigeria: used car tyres
In villages, towns and cities, piles of waste are a common sight, and residents often burn them at night for lack of a safer method of disposal.
Electrifying speed earns Ibrahim Ndung’u top spot at IDPA Chairman’s Cup