World’s hottest fish in Kenya, creating warm ripples

By Gatonye Gathura The world’s hottest fish, the Magadi tilapia lives in Kenya some times in water of up to

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Mobile phones ownership surpass radio, good toilets in Kenya – survey

By Gatonye Gathura A mobile phone is now the most sought after possession in Kenya, many times ahead of a

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No travel, trade restriction over yellow fever in Kenya-WHO

By Gatonye Gathura There is little risk of yellow fever spreading in Nairobi or from Kenya to other countries, the

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Kenya embarks on an 18-month search for Zika virus

By Gatonye Gathura Disease detectives in Kenya have kicked off an 18-month search for the Zika virus and determine its

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Have Kenya’s urbanized lions lost their spine?

By Gatonye Gathura Rocket Science It was a happy anticlimax when six ‘wild’ lions gently returned to their home at

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Kenya vegetable farmers paying with their health to feed the world

By Gatonye Gathura While trying to feed a growing demand for vegetable diets to local urban and European markets, farmers

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Kenya in controversial loan plan

By Gatonye Gathura The country is involved in a controversial loan to fund among other things an expanded condom distribution,

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A third of Kenya children not smiling

By GATONYE GATHURA Almost a third of Kenya’s school going children and 13 per cent of adults are not smiling

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Pupils with working mothers show mental disorders

By GATONYE GATHURA Class Five to Seven pupils in Kenya with working mothers are most likely to suffer mental disorders

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