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  Vipingo Ridge Plot A138 - For SaIe A138 : God’s Own Country! One of the first release prime one acre Sunset - Inland view plots overlooking miles of coastal coconut forest. Located on the exclusive Vipingo Ridge golfing community north of Mombasa. Affords access to the 18 hole championship golf course. Contact - Telephone: +254722694348 e-mail   Stunning brand new apartment with private garden in London’s central Zone One. Walking distance from new hotspot Kings Cross. Bifold doors open the whole wall onto your garden with Mexican terracotta tiled terrace. Your garden backs onto the gardens of multi-million pound Thornhill Square with its famous curved houses. E-mail contact:   Mtwapa Creek side villa. 0,36 ha size of property. 490 m2 size of building. House : five bedrooms ensuite, two livingrooms, one restroom, two kitchen, two toilet rooms, one office, one laundry, swimming pool, two storage rooms, one workshop with diesel generator, two marina stores, one jetty. Fresh water well. Contact details: e-mail also mobile no. 0702440919l  




Kenyan police detain Ugandans over human smuggling racket

Somali military force have shot dead 12 Islamic State militants

Kenya police arrest terror suspect with link to the Islamic State

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

South Africa take submissions on feasibility of 'Free Education'


South Africa planning to relax Visa rules for all Kenya travellers

Less worse: Kenyan overall inflation down one per cent in April

Lonely 'Sudan' is the last male northern white rhino in the world

Mogadishu Airport passenger numbers up with improved safety

Joginder Paul: Journey from imported husband to iconic author



Tanzania Navy train with Italians deployed in Operation Atalanta

South Sudan politicians forming 'Transitional Unity Government'

South Sudan has suffered huge reputation loss after civil unrest

FOCUS: UN warning of more refugees as Burundi Crisis worsens

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



Over 105 tons of ivory burnt by Kenyans to Save the Elephants

Three African presidents renew commitment to finish poaching

Tanzania and Uganda discuss construction of 1400-km pipeline

Government to complete building Oil pipeline into Lamu by 2021

President orders inspection of houses after a building collapses

Sollatek Kenya nominated for African Energy Innovation Award

'Ideal Ceramics' Limited officially Opens a New Branch In Nyali

Ideal Ceramics New Branch In Nyali | Coastweek

The Director of Ideal Ceramics Ltd Sunir Doshi [left] presents a gift of a TV to the top raffle winner Dave Brand the GM of Sika Kenya Limited in Nairobi while the Sales Manager of Ideal Ceramics Ltd company Salim Noormohamed [right] shows invited guests some of the company’s products on sale during the official launching of the Ideal Ceramics show room behind Nakumatt Super market in Nyali area.


Kenya Airways cancels Thursday night flights over pilots strike

Ivory burning in Nairobi Park will re-energize wildlife protection

Zanzibar government close schools following cholera outbreak

FOCUS: Riek Machar sworn as South Sudan first vice president

Burundi ruling party suggests inclusive talks on 2020 elections

Police teargas opposition leaders over plan to disband poll body

Nairobi Bourse record one of the slowest day in several months



Congolese music star Papa Wemba dies performing in Abidjan

Burundi General and family have been shot dead in Bujumbura

FOCUS: South Africans worried over whites-dominated economy

Kenya will resume construction of Somali border security wall

Six al-Shabaab killed and three others are arrested in Somalia




  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

Cuisine Awards ceremony at the Annual Lamu Food Festival 2016

Cuisine Awards ceremony | Coastweek

[LEFT] Lamu Palace hoteliers Wolken Magalo [left] and Kamau Godfrey display their food samples at Baraka Gallery hall in Lamu Island. [CENTRE] Lamu Sea Front Cafe’s Miya Miji [right] and son Isaack Miji display foods at Baraka Gallery hall in Lamu Island. The Cafe emerged the best people’s Choice in the Swahili Restaurant Category during 2016 Cuisine Awards ceremony. [RIGHT] Lamu County Officer Mohamed Mbwana [right] presents a gift to Chef Mohsin Korich at Baraka Gallery hall in Lamu Island. Korich was among the Judges during 2016 Cuisine Awards ceremony for participating Hotels, Restaurants and cafes in Lamu County at this year’s second annual Lamu Food festival. PHOTOS BY PWANI IMAGES


Final Stretch for Burning of Elephant Ivory and Rhino Horns

Preparations for the burning of elephant ivory, rhino horn | Coastweek

A pupil from Stem International in Nairobi [left] and other school children assist Kenya Wildlife Service rangers in stacking elephant tusks and rhino horns in preparation for the April 30th burn in Nairobi National Park.






Taariq Jamal Carded 40 Stableford at Captain and Friends Golf Day

men and lady winner prizes | Coastweek

Atul Patel, men winner with 37c/b points during Captain and Friends Golf Day at Nyali Golf and Country Club receives a prize from Past Chairman Christine Ockotch. Looking on is Nyali Golf and Country Club Captain Kelli Muindi. Teresia Odoo, lady winner with 37c/b points  receives a prize from Eric Ngeera. PHOTOS BY GILBERT ONCHOKE






Turtle Conservation Program | Coastweek

Serena Beach Resort and Spa Mombasa partner with Ocean Sole in this year’s Earth Day to raise awareness on environment.

Chase Bank customers | Coastweek

Chase Bank customers are seen at the entrance of the bank, in Nairobi. Chase Bank, a middle-level financial institution resumed operations on Wednesday.




Eliud Kipchoge has retained his mens title for London Marathon

Eliud Kipchoge retained the men’s title of the London Marathon | Coastweek

LONDON United Kingdom (Xinhua) -- Women’s Elite silver medalist Tigist Tufa [left] of Ethiopia seen with gold medalist Jemima Sumgong [center] of Kenya and bronze medalist Florence Kiplagat of Kenya celebrate after the London Marathon 2016 in London. Men’s Elite bronze medalist Kenenisa Bekele [left] of Ethiopia, gold medalist Eliud Kipchoge [center] of Kenya and silver medalist Stanley Biwott of Kenya seen together at the prize giving ceremony after the London Marathon 2016. XINHUA PHOTOS - RICHARD WASHBROOKE


Olare Maasai Mara Kempinski in Olare Motorogi Conservancy

Olare Motorogi Conservancy | Coastweek

OLARI MOTOROGI CONSERVANCY -- Simba Corporation’s hospitality properties include the luxury five-star ‘Olare Mara Kempinski Maasai Mara’ which is situated in the Olare Motorogi Conservancy. The conservancy is home to many animals, and spans over 35,000 acres of prime grassland, riverine forests and acacia woodlands and is inhabited by a number of different lion prides, cheetahs and a family of leopards.


  by KIMATHI KAMAU ::::::::
  Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta
signs anti-doping Bill into law
  by RONALD SSEKANDI ::::::::
  Fatal child births pushing rural
girls in Uganda onto midwifery
  Decades after Zimbabwe war
landmines are continuing to kill





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Kenya gears up for burning of elephant tusks and rhino horns

Kenya gears up for burning of elephant tusks and rhino horns | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Staff members of Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) stack elephant tusks into pyres at the burning site of the Nairobi National Park in Nairobi, capital of Kenya. KWS started moving at least 105 tons of ivory and 1.3 tons of rhino horn in preparation for the torching of them on April 30, 2016. XINHUA PHOTO - JOHN OKOYO


  CHRISPINUS OMAR in Nairobi ::::::::
  CBK considers a merger under
acquisition for collapsed bank
  ROBERT MANYARA in Nyeri ::::::::
  Ministry seeks to unlock tourism
potential from overseas markets
  CHRISTINE LAGAT in Nairobi  ::::::::
  Huge benefits anticipated from
Mombasa-Nairobi rail projects








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Two burnt to death in xenophobic attacks say Zambian police

Two burnt to death in xenophobic attacks say Zambian police | Coastweek

LUSAKA Zambia (Xinhua) -- Residents [left] loot a shop in Bauleni township in Lusaka, capital of Zambia. Attacks on foreign owned shops in Lusaka, the Zambian capital have spread to other parts of the city with more shops attacked. Police [right] stand guard in Zingalume township. Attacks on foreign owned shops in Lusaka, the Zambian capital have spread to other parts of the city with more shops attacked. The attacks started in the morning in two sprawling shanty compounds over rumors that foreigners were behind a spate of suspected ritual killings that have occurred in recent weeks. So far, over 250 people have been arrested in connection with the looting of shops owned by Rwandan nationals while the number of looted shops stands at 65, according to police spokesperson Charity Munganga-Chanda. XINHUA PHOTOS - PENG LIJUN


  JOHN KWOBA in Nairobi ::::::::
  African trading bloc boost ICT
developments and spur trade
  ROBERT MANYARA in Nakuru ::::::::
  Kenya urged to integrate conser
vation objectives in development
  HAN QIAN in Narok County  ::::::::
  Young Kenyan survivor recalls
fearful female genital mutilation




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