Category: Kenya

Harare Roadport: Bus Contact Details And Routes

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Harare Roadport: Bus Contact Details And Routes

Harare roadport, corner Robert Mugabe, and Fifth Street is a ever-busy port handling over 10 000 travelers from Southern Africa on a daily basis. It is the largest roadport in Zimbabwe and most bus companies servicing international destinations use this port. Here are the routes traveled by the buses and their contact details. King lion […]

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ICIPE Factory Launch To Boost Kenyan Mango Exports

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ICIPE Factory Launch To Boost Kenyan Mango Exports

Kenyan mango farmers received a shot in the arm with Kenya`s mango exports expected to rise after the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) set up a factory worth Sh 1.5 million which will produce a protein-based trap for fruit flies which have been a menace to Kenyan farmers, damaging and affecting their […]

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East Africa: New Electronic Cargo Tracking System To Improve Cross Border Trade

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East Africa: New Electronic Cargo Tracking System To Improve Cross Border Trade

East African countries have launched a 4.4 million dollar Electronic Cargo Tracking System which has been tipped to change the dynamics of cross-border trade and take it to a whole new level. The East Africa Regional Electronic Cargo Tracking System was unveiled by Revenue authorities in Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda. The Regional Electronic Cargo Tracking […]

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#ShowSomeLove For Kenya Nut Company Ltd

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#ShowSomeLove For Kenya Nut Company Ltd

Welcome to day thirteen where we continue to #ShowSomeLove by profiling companies from the African region which are listed on Esaja.com. Each day throughout the month of February, the “month of love” as we like to call it, we profile one of these heroes whose dedication to Africa`s advancement and development knows no bounds. Let`s […]

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Securexpo Expected To Attract Over 2500 Visitors From The Security Market

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Securexpo Expected To Attract Over 2500 Visitors From The Security Market

Securexpo East Africa, Kenya’s primary exhibition for the commercial and homeland security market, it set to grow significantly. The exhibition and conference will take place at the Visa Oshwal Centre and has already substantially increased in size compared to the previous edition. The exhibition in November is expected to attract more than 70 local and […]

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Kenya In Trouble As Power Shortages Hit The East-African Country

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Kenya In Trouble As Power Shortages Hit The East-African Country

Kenya has become the latest victim to be hit by power shortages due to low water levels in most of their dams which affected hydro-electricity generation. Kenya highly depends on hydropower as the source of energy for the whole country. As a result, load shedding had become the order of the day. Amid fears that the […]

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Kenya Bans Poultry Imports From Uganda After Bird Flu Outbreak

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Kenya Bans Poultry Imports From Uganda After Bird Flu Outbreak

The chicken industry in east Africa particularly Uganda has suffered a major blow with recent reports of an outbreak of the Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI), a bird-flu which can affect both birds and humans. This has prompted the Kenyan authorities to temporarily ban the importation of live poultry and related products from Uganda into Kenya. […]

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When Security Matters: Securexpo East Africa Aligns Itself With The Secure Kenya 2030 Initiative

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When Security Matters: Securexpo East Africa Aligns Itself With The Secure Kenya 2030 Initiative

Securexpo East Africa returns again this November with this year’s edition far bigger than it was in 2015. The whole event has grown by 25% with over 70 companies now exhibiting and thousands of products on display. The conference has also grown and will now feature 15 sessions covering all aspects of the regional and […]

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