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Ian Lemayian: The Lewa Conservancy Rhino Scientist

Ian Lemaiyan’s passion for wildlife and conservation is undisputed. Referred to as the ‘The Mother of all Rhinos’ by Save the Rhino, we caught up with him to talk about the Lewa Conservancy, Lewa Marathon and all things conservation. This is in preparation for the Lewa Marathon happening on June …

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World Refugee Day: Meet Andhira Kara

Every 20th June, people around the world gather to commemorate World Refugee Day. This Refugee Day, we caught up with with Andhira Kara, a refugee who has lived in Kakuma. She takes us through her love for giving back and the need to support refugees. 1.How would you best describe …

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Air Transport, Africa’s Most Viable Means of Transport

By Josephine Wawira | June 2, 2017 Africa accounts for only 3% of the world’s air traffic. ‘IATA’ predicts a stronger growth of 4.8% in passenger numbers in the next 5 years starting 2017, thanks to the increase of international flights into the continent. This is according to a recently published Hospitality Report …

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Air Transport, Africa’s Most Viable Means of Transport

By Josephine Wawira | June 2, 2017 Africa accounts for only 3% of the world’s air traffic. ‘IATA’ predicts a stronger growth of 4.8% in passenger numbers in the next 5 years starting 2017, thanks to the increase of international flights into the continent. This is according to a recently published Hospitality Report …

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Ramadhan Delicacies You Should Try

Ramadhan is here again! For the Muslims, it means a time to observe piety and for the purposes of culturing patience, modesty and spirituality. For the rest of the foodie community, its a time to sample all those Ramadhan delicacies.  Listed below are common Ramadhan delicacies in East Africa that …

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