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Teaching Coasterians to fight dengue

CHVs help households eliminate breeding grounds for mosquitoes

Africa looks to rework its food systems

Africa will also seek ways to empower youth and women to close the productivity gap.

Self-driving trucks to hit African 'roads' in 2022

Experts expect the truck’s adoption to fuel more vehicular innovations on the continent.

Never again! Kenya armed and ready after Westgate fiasco

Security agencies now collaborate, with dusitD2 response much better

How traders use panya routes to evade tax in Moyale

There is hope the new One-Stop Border Post will boost legit business

Friendly border town where beer is cheap

You can get an Ethiopian beer brand in Moyale for as low as Sh50.

How UoN neutralised Sonu

It was changed to tame student riots, hooliganism, thuggery and violence

Africa's skyline undergoes major facelift, worth billions

Africa’s skyline is undergoing a major makeover.

Nigerian bibliophile who reads three books a week

Lengdung is debunking common misconceptions about the reading culture in Africa.

Somali camel keeps milk flowing even in drought

It adapts easily to hot climates, giving three litres amid drought while cows die

Beast of burden? Not Somali camel

Unlike its peers, the Somali camel is not to be used as a baggage animal

What to expect from new police spokesman

Bruno Shioso prefers truth to playing catchup and doing damage control

From a Sonu prodigy to an innovator in government

David Osiany connects traders to info via #BiasharaTuesday

Myths faced by girls wearing dreadlocks

Seen as tomboys or drug addicts, they attract harsh stares, same-sex love

Kenya's fly fishing fans chase bigger catch

Kenya boasts one of Africa's oldest fishing clubs.

Maasai morans break taboo, thrive plaiting women’s hair

Men plaiting women's hair is a sin in their culture, but the skill is in demand

Venting PEV fury on forest comes back to haunt Chepalungu

Gone are their indigenous trees, herbal medicines and sacred places