Monthly Archives: February 2011

Karura Forest Becomes a Tourist Attraction

Kenyans and overseas tourists will soon be able to visit attractions within Karura Forest and enjoy the beauty of this unspoiled natural resource when it is opened to the public in February 26 2011 ahead of a planned official inauguration … Continue reading

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The Harleys Arrive in Kenya

The Norfolk Hotel, Nairobi, played host to a spectacular show of machine power on two wheels as a convoy of 46 custom-made Harley Davidson bikes roaring away to start their 770 km stretch of a 3,120 km expedition were flagged-off … Continue reading

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Suzanna Owiyo And Youssou N’Dour To Go On A Tour Of Europe

Suzanna Owiyo is going places this March after sealing a deal that will see her travel around Europe accompanied by Youssou N’Dour – the legendary 2005 Grammy award winner from Senegal. Suzanna is scheduled to perform with Youssou N’Dour in … Continue reading

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The Kiondo And The Kikoi: Do They Still Belong To Kenya?

When the Kenya Industrial Property Institute (KIPI), the State-run parastatal mandated to protect four elements of intellectual property rights – patents, utility models, industrial designs and technovations – announced that Kenya had not lost the Kiondo and the Kikoi to … Continue reading

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Tomatoes and Onions Come at a High Price in Kimana

The Kimana wetlands in Southern Kenya (Amboseli) are part of the larger Amboseli wetland system where a series of springs emerge in the basin from the watershed of Mount Kilimanjaro. The core of the wetlands system is the Kimana group … Continue reading

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