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Kenya delegation to draw tourists at South Africa 'Indaba Fair'

South Africans plan to relax 'visa' rules for all Kenya travellers

Lovely Peggie Mati Rua of Rabai crowned 'Miss Tourism Kilifi'

Kilifi’s ‘Miss Tourism, runner-up and third-place contestant with fans | Coastweek

Winner of ‘Miss Tourism’ for Kilifi County has been asked to be an ambassador in publicizing the Countyin order to attract more local and foreign tourists. The winner of the Kilifi’s ‘Miss Tourism’, Peggie Mati Rua [centre], runner-up Naomi Grace [second, left] and third-placed Neema Tsuma [second, right] with their fans after the competition held at Eden Roc Hotel in Malindi last Sunday.


Kenyan rice farmers suffer huge losses from import subsidies

Somali military force have shot dead 12 Islamic State militants

Zimbabwe making drastic moves to restrict U.S. dollar outflows

South Africa take submissions on feasibility of 'Free Education'

Three more Kenyans are rescued alive from collapsed building

Rescuers work on pulling a female survivor out of the Huruma building | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Rescuers work on pulling a female survivor out of the Huruma building that collapsed six days before in Nairobi. Rescue workers have pulled out seven more bodies from the debris in a collapsed residential building in Nairobi's Huruma estate, bringing the death toll to 33. XINHUA PHOTO - SUN RUIBO





  KUL BHUSHAN in New Delhi ::::::::
  PM Narendra Modi is still 'tops'
among the Indian middle class
  SHAN GUPTA in Melbourne ::::::::
  Splendid splash of colours and
joy as 'Aussies' celebrate 'Holi'
  KUL BHUSHAN in New Delhi  ::::::::
  ‘Madad’ or Help for Overseas
Indians now just a 'click' away

Members Celebrate World Chaine Day 2016 with Golf Competition

Chaine members and spouses | Coastweek

The World Chaine Day 2016 was celebrated in great style with a Golf competition for Chaine members and spouses followed by a lunch on the beach at The Sands at The Nomad. Sharan Sagoo, Donato Fonseca, Michael Knight, Olga Krvyskky, Alex Krvyskky, Ann Rattigan, Bailli Shabnam Nayer, Gurdeep S. Nayer, Sonya Ubhi, Arlette D’Souza, Dr. Raj Gopal, Ushwin Khanna, Sony Ubhi, Carlo Vitulli, Fernando Marques, Marco Giannandrea, Vikram Korla, Richard Glaser, Michael Hughes, a guest Maria Fonseca and Philippe Zimmerlin kneeling.


Egyptians fill gardens and beaches to celebrate spring festival

Egyptains celebrate the Sham el-Nessim | Coastweek

CAIRO (Xinhua) -- People sing and dance as they celebrate the Sham el-Nessim in a park in Cairo, Egypt on May 2, 2016. A boy has his face painted to celebrate the Sham El-Nessim at the Giza Zoo in Giza. Falling on the first Monday after the Coptic Easter, the Sham el-Nessim, literally translated as “Smell the Breeze”, is a traditional Egyptian festival dating back to the age of Pharaoh that signifies the arrival of spring. Xinhua PHOTOS BY Zhao Dingzhe AND Meng Tao






Lady Captain Claims Overall Prize at Madison Insurance Golf Day

Lady winner and man winner receive prizes | Coastweek

Mary Kandu, lady winner with 37 points receives a prize from Madison Insurance National Sales Manager, John Muhindi and Neil Fraser [left], men winner with 36 points receives a prize from Madison Insurance National Sales Manager, Francis Mumo, during Madison Insurance Golf Day at the Nyali Golf and Country Club. PHOTOS BY GILBERT ONCHOKE





Tamarind Dhow disco party booze cruise is back again this coming Saturday 7 May 2016! The party kicks off from 7.30pm and as guests are ushered into the Dhow, a refreshing welcome ‘Dawa’ which is our house cocktail will be handed to them to start off the beautiful night. Party lovers will be kept on their feet by Coastal DJ, Spincycle – DJ Bonez.



Tamarind Dhow Educational Tour Cruises | Coastweek

Tamarind Dhow has been offering several Educational Tour Cruises along the Old Town Makupa Creek in April.

Ganze Outreach Eye Camp Sponsored By Donors from UK | Coastweek

Lalitaben Dattani of Calgary Canada and Jayaben Bhagani and Nainaben Mawani of London UK sponsored an outreach eye camp at Ganze Primary School.





  MICHAEL TEWELDE in Addis ::::::::
  Ethiopia kicks off celebrations
for annual Patriots Victory Day
  JOHN KWOBA in Nairobi ::::::::
  Kenyans lead quest for honours
at Doha Diamond League meet
  AHMED SHAFIQ in Cairo  ::::::::
  Egyptians fill gardens and sandy
beaches to mark spring festivals







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Kenya burn massive ivory stockpile: Declares 'War on Poaching'

Fire fighters watch the fire at the site of burning ivory and rhino horn in Nairobi | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Fire fighters watch the fire at the site of burning ivory and rhino horn in Nairobi. Kenya on Saturday torched at least 105 tons of ivory and 1.3 tons of rhino horn to reinforce Kenya's commitment to eradicate the menace of poaching. XINHUA PHOTO - SUN RUIBO


  South Africa would be in trouble
if ruling ANC were not in power
  'MAY DAY' IN CAIRO ::::::::
  Egypt marking 'Labour Day' with
less protest and political turmoil
  'MAY DAY' IN HARARE  ::::::::
  Zimbabweans endure while they
mark International Workers' Day






Lady Captain Clinches Overall Prize at Madison Insurance Golf Day


Juzer, Huzefa Upset Opponents in 2nd Round of Coast Open Snooker


Midfielder Mudde’s Absence Affects Bandari’s Performance Against Gor


Rugby sevens target high in World Series to boost Olympic preparations


Kenyan Stars Lead Quest for Honours at Doha Diamond League Meeting


Uganda to Host the 2016 Africa Individual Chess Championship


Nigeria’s Dream Team to Play Sweden, Colombia and Japan in Rio


Algerian Soccer Federation ends French coach Gourcuff’s Contract


Nigeria says new Indian coach to boost its performance in world cricket


Namibia to face Botswana in COSAFA Cup quarterfinals


Coast Bridge with C.P. Shah and Results - Open Pairs Bridge


Diani, Mombasa, Malindi, Lamu Tides Time Tables May 06 - 12, 2016





Ranked one of the best courses in Kenya.

Facilities: Golf, swimming, squash and tennis.
Mombasa mainland.18 holes with grass fairways.
Visitors welcome. Handicap not necessary.
Guest policy - Monday, Tuesday, Friday and
other days when there are no competitions. 
Rates: from U.S. $ 12. Dress code: proper golf attire.



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