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Trade Ministry to take turn at National Policy Summit

The Ministry of Trade will on Monday, August 14, take its turn at the National Policy Summit. A statement issued by the Information Services Department,...

Mbithi Masya’s Kati Kati Begins Streaming on Showmax

When Kaleche (Nyokabi Gethaiga), a young amnesiac, wakes up in the middle of the wilderness, she has no idea how she got there. She...

Kerosene incubators transform lives of poultry farmers in Kenya’s county

A poultry farmer in a remote village in Kenya's northern county of Turkana has defied odds to become a leading supplier of day old...

Tanzanian farmers to spice up International menus with organic garlic

Garlic growers in northern Tanzania's district of Mbulu are determined to expand garlic production so that they can export for more economic gain. Boniface John...

Chinese rice helps Namibian households meet nutritional needs

Chinese rice donated to the Namibian government is helping the country's citizens to meet their nutritional needs, following a dry spell and poor yields. During...

Kenyan farmers find respite from ravages of striga weed thanks to...

Smallholder farmers from Western Kenya are sighing with relief thanks to a novel innovation unveiled by global research bodies to contain the striga weed...

Kenyan farmers revert to maize cultivation after a lull caused by...

Striga weed, the purple, beautiful looking flower nicknamed "witch weed" in Western Kenya has for many decades flourished in areas with low soil fertility...

IAS 2017 to look at new encounters and advances on HIV

More than 6,000 HIV professionals from around the world have gathered in Paris for the 9th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2017), the...

Access to water eases burden of Namibian villagers

It was only 10:00 on Saturday morning and the sun was at its peak. Tresia Eelu from Omupua village reminisces on the time she...

Chinese program seeds ICT ambitions among Namibian youth

Elizabeth Ndeshitile, a 23-year-old student from Namibia, aims to seize new opportunities in information communication technology (ICT). The goal drove her to...

Inside a 73 year old Uygur man’s diary

Mamat Kasim, 73, has written 26 volumes of his diary over the past 40 years. His first record was about a pair of shoes. ...

Innovation, overseas study has led to Cuba’s Biotech industry development

Cuba's half a billion-dollar biotechnological industry, considered key to the country's future, is looking to expand with innovation and overseas market development. ...

Kenyan farmers embrace commercial growing of oil-producing tree

New cash-generating tea tree that withstands harsh dry conditions is quickly gaining popularity amongst farmers in arid parts of Kenya. Demand for...

FIFA Confederations Cup and the five notable things

There is still a year to go until a ball is kicked in anger at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, but the...

One foot on the snowy mountain, one on the football pitch

Dainzin Norbu has been a little busy during the past twenty days. As a mountaineer, his main job is climbing the high altitude, snowy...

Social media website helps dating and marriage in Gaza

Social media websites allowed Hisham Shikhah to find a wife according to specifications he wanted to establish a family away from the followed traditional...

Plastic backpacks offer respite to water starved northern Kenyan communities

Nomadic communities in northern Kenya who have grappled with water scarcity for ages are sighing with relief thanks to plastic backpacks distributed by charity...

Namibian micro-brewery to feature at International Brew Challenge

Namibian micro-brewery, Brewer and Butcher situated in the coastal town of Swakopmund will debut at the international Best Brew Challenge slated for May 19...

Flood washes away dwellers’ harvest in northern Namibia

Maria Shetu, a villager in Namibia's Ohangwena region, had high hopes to improve her livelihood and that of her family with this year's seasonal...

Finding an antidote to Ghana’s illegal mining

Ghana's illegal mining, arguably the most topical issue spanning the past few weeks, has sparked strident public outcry. The case against the...

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