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Devastating effects of exotic Nile perch invasion in L.Victoria

Nairobi, June 29 -- The introduction of the Nile perch into Lake Victoria has had devastating and long-lasting effects on the genetic diversity of its native cichlid species, according to a new study.... Read More


Tax fallout wave blows in region as Ruto buckles under public pressure

Nairobi, June 29 -- Kenya's President William Ruto, bowing to pressure from an angry public, rejected the contentious Finance Bill 2024 in its entirety and called for austerity measures to compensate ... Read More


Gen Michael Langley: How Somali can avoid an Al Shabaab takeover

Nairobi, June 29 -- Somalia's public could be a key resource to avoid a relapse to al-Shabaab control once African Union forces leave the country later this year. Gen Michael Langley, the Commander o... Read More


Gen Michael Langley: How Somali can avoid Al Shabaab takeover

Nairobi, June 29 -- Somalia's public could be a key resource to avoid a relapse to al-Shabaab control once African Union forces leave the country later this year. Gen Michael Langley, the Commander o... Read More


President Mohamud: We will not compromise Somalia's territorial integrity and its unity

Nairobi, June 29 -- Somalia's President Sheikh Hassan Mohamudspoke to NMG correspondent Jackson Mutinda, warningthat Ethiopia, which signed an MoU with breakaway Somaliland on use of its port, will no... Read More


Bad Bill aside, Kenya could still push Africa economic integration

Nairobi, June 29 -- When Kenya's President William Ruto returned from a state visit to the United States last month, there was a lottery winner's spring in his steps as the basket of financial goodies... Read More


Liquidation: Huge debts choke efforts in reviving distressed Kenyan companies

Nairobi, June 29 -- Kenya's financially distressed companies are grappling to secure a lifeline through administration, owing to their huge debts and late implementation of recovery measures, which ha... Read More


Gen Michael Langley: How Somalia can avoid Al Shabaab takeover

Nairobi, June 29 -- Somalia's public could be a key resource to avoid a relapse to al-Shabaab control once African Union forces leave the country later this year. Gen Michael Langley, the Commander o... Read More


Survey reveals South Sudan's mammoth animal migration

Nairobi, June 28 -- South Sudan has emerged as the country with the largest land mammal migration in the world, a new aerial study has shown. The study conducted by African Parks in partnership with ... Read More


Fighting human trafficking: Edith Murogo feted for work on domestic labour

Nairobi, June 28 -- A Kenyan has earned recognition from the US government following her work against human trafficking. Ms Edith Murogo, the founder and Executive Director of the Centre for Domestic... Read More