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Women go against tradition, venture into honey business

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What began as a roadside activity to keep these women busy from their mundane lives as housewives is now raking in thousands of shillings.

Women go against tradition, venture into honey business

By Julius Chepkwony | 1 month ago

Falling tree kills newly married man in Nakuru park

Falling tree kills newly married man in Nakuru park

A honeymoon for a Taiwanese couple ended tragically after a tree fell on a tour van at the Lake Nakuru National Park instantly crashing the man to death.

Mercy Kahenda | 4 years ago

I'd rather sleep with my bees than waste space in my house

“I will rather sleep, sit and walk with my bees than use space in my house for bed, TV or radio which cannot give me any income.”

Alex Wakhisi | 5 years ago

Asia trade deal puts honey exporter in sweet spot for Obama speech

The chief executive of a successful American exporter will have a prime spot on Tuesday night to watch President Barack Obama make the case in his final State of the Union address for a sweeping Asian trade deal he hopes will be part of his legacy.

Reuters | 5 years ago

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