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How death of Mumias Sugar killed the once vibrant Shibale

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More than half of the shops in the single street town are unoccupied. Today you can hardly find anyone in town who uses gas for cooking.

How death of Mumias Sugar killed the once vibrant Shibale

By Alexander Chagema | 2 months ago

How death of Mumias Sugar killed the once vibrant Shibale

How death of Mumias Sugar killed the once vibrant Shibale

More than half of the shops in the single street town are unoccupied. Today you can hardly find anyone in town who uses gas for cooking.

Alexander Chagema | 2 months ago

No sweet reprieve for bitter Migori cane farmers

Odhiambo, who comes from the Oruba area in Uriri Sub-county, now does menial jobs to survive after giving up on cane farming.

Anne Atieno | 6 months ago

Revival of cane growing a boost to Coast region

The Director of Agriculture, Johnson Irungu, has called on farmers in Ramisi to engage in cane growing following the revival of sugar cane farming in the area.

| 12 years ago

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