By Ian Mutiso
Girl child empowerment through vocational training has contributed to more women graduating in Kilifi.
Speaking during a graduation ceremony on Thursday, Clara Chonga, the county executive member for education, vocational training, and ICT, expressed her excitement with the number of girls graduating from traditionally male-dominated fields.
By Ian Mutiso
Cabinet Secretary for tourism, wildlife, and heritage Peninah Malonza received the ‘World Odyssey’ cruise ship at the Mombasa port on Monday.
The 800 tourists on board docked for a five-day stay on the island.
Speaking to the press, CS Malonza noted that the arrival of a cruise ship after a four-year absence of such vessels is promising for the region’s struggling tourism industry.
The book titled “Flying Solo and Soaring” contains over 20 pages of lessons meant to empower single mothers as they seek to be more intentional in their choices for their children.
Cattle rustling and insecurity in the northern Kenyan region could be a thing of past courtesy of the Ujuzi Manyatani initiative.
The initiative is geared towards transforming former bandits and the jobless youth.
Cattle rustling has traditionally been accepted and controlled by clan elders to restock livestock, but due to the commercialization of the activity and availability of weapons, rustling has turned out to be a dangerous activity.
UK’s communications regulator OFCOM, has proposed to end the use of Fax machines in UK offices and replace it with Internet Protocol [IP] technology.
According to a report from the BBC, OFCOM upon consulting with other stakeholders, found it necessary to end the use of Fax machines in UK offices, and replace them with IP technology, by 2023.
BT and KCOM are two Hull based telecom universal service providers esta
The assistant chairperson of Mombasa ASK, Mr. Peter Odera announced reduced entrance charges for the show as a way to entice attendance and as consideration of the hard economic times faced by Kenyans.