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Kenya Wildlife Service seniors face suspension and redeployment

(eTN) - Kenyans will be waking up to stark news of significant changes at the Kenya Wildlife Service, which is facing mounting pressure from the country’s tourism industry and conservationists over

Kiprono starts his KWS service off with a literal bang

(eTN) - William Kiprono, only in office for a short while as CEO of Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), has certainly started his reign at the helm with a bang, pun intended, when his troops on the ground e

William K. Kiprono – the new Kenya Wildlife Service CEO

(eTN) - William Kibet Kiprono was recently appointed Director, Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), in October 2012. He was a County Commissioner for Vihiga County prior to this high-profile appointment.

New Kenya Wildlife Service Chief Executive appointed in record time

(eTN) – News is just breaking from Nairobi that Mr. William Kibet Kiprono has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the Kenya Wildlife Service.

Leitoro appointed as acting CEO of Kenya Wildlife Service

(eTN) - The Board of Trustees of the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) announced yesterday that Mr.

Kenya Wildlife Service responds to Eco-Tourism Kenya and other claims

(eTN) - In a media statement issued ahead of the Easter weekend, the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) Corporate Communications Department finally responded with a detailed account of their own, after the

Arrest turns media and conservation groups against KWS CEO

(eTN) - News from Nairobi was received with some incredulity when it became known that the General Manager of Eco-Tourism Kenya, a well-respected conservation and best practice organization long estab

More lodges to promote tourism in Meru Conservation Area

(eTN) - Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) handed over two sites for development to investors, who are now tasked with putting up tourist facilities in the Kora National Park and the Meru National Park, bot

Kenya Wildlife Service delays investment

(eTN) - Confirmation has been received from a Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) source that the delivery of ordered capital goods, in this case over 100 new vehicles, has been delayed “until further notice” due to the present downturn in tourism across Kenya, which has also severely impacted on the numbers of visitors to the national parks.