Japanese Firms Investing in Kenya Hit 54 Since TICAD VI

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Since Kenya hosted the Tokyo International Conference Africa’s Development – TICAD VI – in August 2016, the number of Japanese companies in the country has increased by 53 per cent from 41 to 54 companies.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Since Kenya hosted the Tokyo International Conference Africa’s Development – TICAD VI – in August 2016, the number of Japanese companies in the country has increased by 53 per cent from 41 to 54 companies.

Omamo Appeals for More Resources to Improve Maritime Security

[Nation] The lack of security in the maritime domain will not allow for the development of the blue economy which is part of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s “Big Four” deliverables he unveiled during his Jamhuri Day address.

[Nation] The lack of security in the maritime domain will not allow for the development of the blue economy which is part of President Uhuru Kenyatta's "Big Four" deliverables he unveiled during his Jamhuri Day address.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Parliament Gender-Sensitive

[Namibian] NAMIBIA responds to the interests of both men and women in its structures, methods, operations and works, Speaker of the National Assembly Peter Katjavivi says.

[Namibian] NAMIBIA responds to the interests of both men and women in its structures, methods, operations and works, Speaker of the National Assembly Peter Katjavivi says.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Police Raid School, Seize Weapons and Alcohol

[Namibian] MORE than 40 pupils from the Ella du Plessis Secondary School in Khomasdal,Windhoek were sent home yesterday following a police raid in which an assortment of weapons and alcohol was confiscated from them.

[Namibian] MORE than 40 pupils from the Ella du Plessis Secondary School in Khomasdal,Windhoek were sent home yesterday following a police raid in which an assortment of weapons and alcohol was confiscated from them.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Rift Valley Marathon Gets Sh1.9 Million Boost From Kwesé

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The 2018 Rift Valley Marathon has received Sh1, 950,000 from pan-African free-to-air broadcaster, Kwesè Free Sports, ahead of the race scheduled to run March 17 at Mosoriot, Nandi County.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The 2018 Rift Valley Marathon has received Sh1, 950,000 from pan-African free-to-air broadcaster, Kwesè Free Sports, ahead of the race scheduled to run March 17 at Mosoriot, Nandi County.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya