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Training journalists on climate reporting

He began after editor spiked his climate change story as 'upmarket'

Music, art and religion key to trade in Africa?

The launch of Free Trade Area is being marked in style

How I lost my brand new phone to a club princess

It started with a bad decision on a Friday night

African sailors are breaking frontiers

Sailing is a growing sport in Africa, with the elite winning global races

How taking part in kid’s academic journey helps

In today’s fast-paced world, many struggle to rise to the challenge

Kakamega college making millions via dairy farming

Idea proposed by its students has been a lifesaver to its cash flow

Urban Fusion: Nairobi and Cape Town as sister cities

They stand tall as 'centres of light, freedom and democracy'

Kenyan banks jump onto AI bandwagon

Fintechs and telcos eating into their market is making them innovate

Solar solution to the price hike in kerosene

Poor households were hit hardest by Sh15 rise in the fuel price

How Africa can secure its water, sustain sanitation

African leaders called for more funding to address the issue

From flip-flop waste in the beach to sculptures

Ocean Sole is making an art statement out of plastic pollution

How protest by granddad inspired climate activist

Chris Waweru is renowned for greening his university campus

Inside geothermal plant that is biggest in Africa

Kenya aims to produce over 50% of its power from geothermal energy by 2030

Rwanda proves Africa can pay back its debt

It repaid $400 million Eurobond as Kenya struggles and others default

What growing up really looks like

Life after campus is full of drifting apart, even with your boys

Nations work to bring home stolen artefacts

60 museum directors from 38 countries made declaration to that effect

Sports business in Africa is on the rise

It comes as demand for African sports talent rises globally