April 17



April 16

  • Manda Residents Tell Swazuri of Land Woes

    The Star

    National Land Commission chairperson Muhammad Swazuri yesterday met Manda Island residents over land tussles in the area. Read more »

  • Lari Faces Landslides, Says Geologist

    The Star

    The Meteorological Department has warned of landslides in Kiambu during the current rains. Kiambu geologist Mary Githinji said the landslides will affect parts of Lari in Gatundu... Read more »

  • Maasai Clans Fight Over Murumbi Ranch As Estate Wastes Away

    The Star

    A front view of the 35-roomed vandalised mansion belonging to former Vice President oseph Murumbi at his 2,000-acre Intona ranch in Trans Mara. A close front view of the Intona... Read more »

  • Goodbye to Poverty

    New Republic

    The Principal of Noah's Ark School located in Gardnersville disclosed that there are series of constraints ongoing in the teaching profession, as such; there is an ardent need for... Read more »

  • ABIC to Unveil Rural Women Center in Suakoko

    FrontPageAfrica

    The Angie Brooks International Center (ABIC) says it will shortly dedicate the Chief Suakoko Center in Bong County. Read more »

  • Govt to Issue Land Titles in Eldoret

    The Star

    The government will as from next week resume the issuing of land titles to squatters in Eldoret and other parts of the North Rift region. Uasin Gishu Lands Executive Robert... Read more »

  • Lobby Group Raises Alarm Over Planned Karura Six-Star Hotel

    The Star

    Environmental lobby group, Green Belt Movement has said it will move to court against a developer who reportedly intends to build a multi-storey six-star hotel enterprise in the... Read more »



April 15

  • Parts of Kiambu At Risk of Landslides

    The Star

    Parts of Lari Sub-County Mundoro in Gatundu, Kiambu County, are risk of massive land slides, the metro logical department has warned. Read more »

  • Elephant Protector Steps Aside Over Illegal Hwange Land Claim

    SW Radio

    The fallout over an 'illegal' land claim in the Hwange National Park has seen one of the country's top elephant protectors stepping aside and shutting down a key elephant... Read more »

  • Angola Explores About 10 Per Cent of Its Arable Lands

    ANGOP

    Angola is exploring at this moment about 10 per cent of its arable lands for the agricultural production, and other 90 per cent are available for national and foreign investments,... Read more »



April 14



April 13

  • Mazowe Evictions - Govt Moves in

    Zimbabwe Standard

    GOVERNMENT is convening a crisis meeting this week to deliberate on the assistance to be given to the people evicted from a farm in Mazowe last month, The Standard learnt... Read more »

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