Monthly Archives: July 2019

Student Killed Another Injured In Marakwet

A form four student at Tot Secondary School was shot dead while another person was injured in Tot division of Marakwet East Sub County.

The deceased who was a form four candidate was going home …

Student Killed Another Injured In Marakwet

A form four student at Tot Secondary School was shot dead while another person was injured in Tot division of Marakwet East Sub County.

The deceased who was a form four candidate was going home …

Farmers Group Gets Boost To Complete Stalled Mango Processing Plant

A group of farmers in Murang’a has got a financial boost to complete a Mango processing plant which has been under construction for over 10 years.

The Gikindu Mangoes Self Help Group from Kambirwa area …

Farmers Group Gets Boost To Complete Stalled Mango Processing Plant

A group of farmers in Murang’a has got a financial boost to complete a Mango processing plant which has been under construction for over 10 years.

The Gikindu Mangoes Self Help Group from Kambirwa area …

Doctors: Sudan Paramilitaries Shoot Dead Civilian

KHARTOUM – Members of a feared Sudanese paramilitary force shot dead a civilian Sunday in a town southeast of the capital as angry residents protested against the paramilitaries, witnesses and doctors said.

The incident occurred …

Doctors: Sudan Paramilitaries Shoot Dead Civilian

KHARTOUM – Members of a feared Sudanese paramilitary force shot dead a civilian Sunday in a town southeast of the capital as angry residents protested against the paramilitaries, witnesses and doctors said.

The incident occurred …

Central Africans Express Mixed Reactions to Continental Free Trade Area

KIOSSI, CAMEROON � Analysts and businesspeople in the six-member Central African Economic and Monetary Community say that although the African Continental Free Trade Area launched in Niger last Sunday at an African Union summit brings …

Sudan Activists Call for ‘Justice’ for Killed Protesters

KHARTOUM, SUDAN � Tens of thousands of Sudanese flooded the streets of Khartoum and other cities Saturday to mark the 40th day since the deadly dispersal of a protest sit-in, and a protest leader said …

Alleged Trafficking Kingpin Faces Deportation, Even as Case Against Him Unravels

An Italian court has ruled that an Eritrean man, Medhane Tesfamariam Berhe, who was thought to be a human trafficking kingpin is a victim of mistaken identity, but he now faces deportation.

Medhane had been …