Africa in prime position to profit from camel’s milk

As nutritionists worldwide tout the health benefits of camel milk, its commercial potential is burgeoning – with 80 per cent of the world’s camel population living in Africa. But obstacles remain to make this elixir transportable and palatable. Drinking camel’s milk can protect against a range of diseases as well as providing an important source of nutrition for millions of people, according to a […]

Cameroon Tries to Get Child Miners Back to School

Authorities in Cameroon say they are attempting to remove thousands of children working in gold mines along the country’s eastern border.  Some of the children were displaced from the Central African Republic because of violence there and dropped out of school to mine gold for survival. The 2021-2022 school year in Cameroon started Monday, and […]

Nigeria still the World’s Poverty Capital -Report

Nigeria has maintained the infamous position as the World’s Poverty Capital, with 93.9 million people in Africa’s most populous country currently living below poverty line. Managing Director, Financial Derivatives Company (FDC) Limited and member of President Muhammadu Buhari’s Economic Advisory Council (EAC), Mr Bismarck Rewane, has stated. Quoting a World Bank data, Rewane, in a […]

Kenya is home to 36,280 elephants, 1,739 rhinos according to recent concluded animal census

President Uhuru recieved 2021 National Wildlife Census Report on Monday which was fully funded by the government, and conducted by local experts. According to the census report, Kenya has a total of 36,280 savanna elephants, becoming the fourth largest population in the world after Zimbabwe, Botswana and Tanzania. The census also established that the country […]

Crisis Looms as Kenya Public University Lecturers Plan to strike over Ksh 8.8 billion

Operations at public universities are likely to come to a halt from today August 30, 2021 when a seven-day strike notice issued by lecturers and staff unions expires, unless a deal is reached to avert it. The 2021/2022 academic calendar begins in September and any industrial action will disrupt start-of-semester activities. Many universities are scheduled […]

CBS TV exposes Kenyans helping American students cheat in exams

CBS has uncovered an advanced illegal essay-writing industry in Kenya that is assisting American students in cheating exams. Smart graduate Kenyans according to the media outlet, have been making a living by assisting American students in colleges and reputable universities cheat in their exams by writing essays or even completing the entire degrees. The industry […]

Kenya: Magoha orders fees refund for secondary school parent

The ministry of education has ordered public secondary schools to refund parents fees charged besides that which government has recommended. The Education Ministry further outlawed schools from sending students home for failing to clear arrears that exceed the set fees. The recommended fees for national schools is set at sh45,054, county schools at sh35,035 and […]

Kenya has been ranked at position 139 on the 2020 Global Youth Development Index

Singapore topped the list on measures of status of young people in181 countries followed by Slovenia, Norway, Malta, and Denmark. Chad, the Central African Republic, South Sudan, Afghanistan, and Niger came last respectively. The index which was released on Tuesday revealed that the conditions of young people around the world have improved by 3.1 percent […]

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