Monthly Archives: November 2012

Second AIDS survey on course

By David Njagi The government has assured Coast residents of participation in the 2012/13 Kenya AIDS Indicator Survey (KAIS) despite the tensions that have recently plagued the region. Reports coming from there indicate that most activities have stalled following the … Continue reading

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Recyclers eye the mobile phone waste bounty

By David Njagi   After causing a financial stir in the local scrap metal market, the far East appears to be eyeing Africa’s electronic waste, and Kenya is not likely to escape their corporate drool. Scramble for what is now … Continue reading

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Juba’s hostility undermines EAC integration

By David Njagi The odds of South Sudan joining the East African Community (EAC) looks promising, but continued hostility towards civilians from the region is eating into the progress that has been made so far. Lately, there have been reports … Continue reading

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