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Kenyan Actress dies after posting about death on Facebook

Kenyan Actress dies after posting about death on Facebook

InformAfrica.com — The untimely horrific death of Kenyan Actress Nana Gichuru is trending in the East region of Africa. Nana died in a fatal car crash days after posting about death on Facebook and Instagram on 9/11.

Pastoralism is a goldmine if tapped book says

Pastoralism is a goldmine if tapped book says

Kenya’s Minister of State for Development of Northern Kenya and other Arid Lands launched a book on February 13 exploring the challenges and lucrative opportunities existing in pastoralism. The book ‘Pastoralism and Development in Africa: Dynamic Change at the Margins’ seeks to demystify commonplace myths that the practice is not sustainable or profitable.

African Sports: Kenyan Netball Teams victorious in Ghana

African Sports: Kenyan Netball Teams victorious in Ghana

Kenya sports fraternity can celebrate as the men’s and women’s teams emerged victorious at the Africa Senior Netball Club Championships that ended on Thursday afternoon in Accra, Ghana.

Is Tanzania’s fertility rate increase a welfare concern?

Is Tanzania’s fertility rate increase a welfare concern?

Tanzania’s fertility rate increase is raising concern, with experts stating that the east African country’s population boom may in fact affect the overall welfare of the people – increasing poverty, InformAfrica have gathered.

Tanzania To Host CECAFA 2012 Kagame Club Cup Competition

Tanzania To Host CECAFA 2012 Kagame Club Cup Competition

Reports gathered by InformAfrica shows that the Council of East and Central Africa Football Association (CECAFA) has confirmed that the 2012 Kagame Club Cup Competition will be hosted by Tanzania in Dar-es-salaam from the 14th of July to the 28th.

Rwanda To Host First-Ever EAC Arts and Culture Festival (Press Release)

Rwanda To Host First-Ever EAC Arts and Culture Festival (Press Release)

Rwanda will be hosting its first edition of the East African Community (EAC) Arts and Culture Festival this year, InformAfrica has gathered. Learn more about the upcoming event below in today’s Africa press release.

In Tanzania, Arusha residents decry poor education services

In Tanzania, Arusha residents decry poor education services

In Tanzania, a cross-section of Arusha residents and activists have decried poor education service delivery in the country, calling on the government and other stakeholders to take serious steps to redress the situation.

World Largest Crocodile Lived In East Africa: Study

World Largest Crocodile Lived In East Africa: Study

A crocodile large enough to swallow humans once lived in East Africa, a University of Iowa researcher have found.

EAST AFRICA: Kenya hosts regional agricultural trade advisory forum in Nairobi

EAST AFRICA: Kenya hosts regional agricultural trade advisory forum in Nairobi

A study commissioned and coordinated by the Eastern Africa Grain Council and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has shown that Kenya’s agricultural sector is more protected through higher tariffs than any other sector in the region.

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