SUDAN ANCIENT PYRAMIDS

Sudanese pyramids are less famous than their counterparts in Egypt. Sudan’s pyramids have been preserved for thousands of years. Thousands of years ago, Meroe served as the capital city of Kingdom of Kush, the realm presided over the kingdom of Kush. The pyramids are around 5,000 years old, something which is controversial between the government […]

Classification of plants, GRADE 5 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Living things Flowering plants and non-flowering Plants that can produce flowers 💐 Plants that do not produce flowers ————                                1. ———————— ————                                2.———————— ————-                               3.   —————- ————-                               4. …………………… Plants can be grouped into two -Flowering plants -Non-Flowering Plants Flowering plants produce flowers. Non-flowering plants do not produce flowers. ACTIVITY You will need a digital […]

How to prepare a nursery bed (Agriculture Grade 4)

Requirements Tape Measure Panga Jembe Preparing a ground nursery Bed Clear the area using a panga or a slasher if there are plants growing there. Measure your nursery bed preferably 3 metres by 2 metres. Dig the area you measured. Remove any stones and plants roots. Break any big stones and plants roots. Lift the […]

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 […]

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 […]

Sex-for-food aid scandal unfolding in Burkina Faso

A recent report found that a community leaders in Burkina Faso are exploiting internally displaced women, demanding sex or money in return for food aid. In Burkina Faso there around 1.3 million internally displaced people. In an unofficial camp in the Centre North region, IDPs say they do not receive food aid from the state […]

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 […]

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