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(eTN) - Fly 540 and FastJet have dropped their mutual court action, which reflected widely different understandings and perceptions on the state of their agreements of cooperation and sale of shares.
(eTN) - Kenya’s capital city of Nairobi is now the home of the newly-upgraded United Nations Environmental Assembly (UNEP), formerly known as the UN Environment Program.
(eTN) - The conservation fraternity in Kenya welcomed the news that NEMA, the National Environmental Management Authority in Nairobi, has issued an order to halt any developments in the greater Ambose
(eTN) - September 25 and 26 were given to this correspondent from a hospitality source at the InterContinental Hotel in Nairobi, when the hugely successful Africa Hotel Investment Forum will return fo
(eTN) - Reliable sources from Nairobi have confirmed that a principal agreement has been reached between Kenya Airways (KQ) and RwandAir (WB), when KQ’s Dr.
(eTN) - Part of the official program for the upcoming East African Community Head of State Summit in Nairobi will be the formal launch of the new highway, which is linking Nairobi, via Namanga, to Aru
(eTN) - Former Permanent Secretary Rebecca Nabutoola, former Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) CEO Dr.
(eTN) - Aviation sources in Nairobi are getting increasingly worried over the apparent delays in procurement for Terminal 4 furnishings and equipment, prolonging the worsening congestion of the Jomo K
(eTN) - A regular aviation source from Nairobi has confirmed that the Kenya Airport Authority (KAA), under immense pressure to complete ongoing construction and expansion work and then start with Proj
(eTN) - Perennial traffic jams have turned the once swift journey to and from Nairobi’s International Airport into a nightmare, often compelling departing passengers to leave hours before their flig
(eTN) - In a move to raise its tourism profile, Africa needs more five-star hotels that would attract high-class tourists and global competitiveness in the hospitality industry.
South African Tourism (SAT) plans to open a regional office in Nairobi during the 2013-2014 financial year, South African Tourism director for Domestic, Africa and Middle East, Phumi Ndlomo has disclo
(eTN) - The latest twist in the saga of Kenya airports, is now hitting the headlines in Nairobi, with allegations of a million dollar bribe having been given to an unnamed official, who subsequently t
(eTN) - The Lusaka-based headquarters of Africa’s largest trade block, COMESA (Common Market for Easter and Southern Africa), has today issued a media statement ahead of their first Sustainable Tour
(eTN) - The announcement by the US Embassy in Nairobi, that they had “credible intelligence of an imminent attack on tartest in Mombasa” was taken a step further yesterday when all their personnel
(eTN) - Key stakeholders from the private and public sector in Kenya, as well as association leaders, have stood up to be counted yesterday and condemned the criminal masterminds and perpetrators of t
(eTN) - According to a phoned-in report, while on the road in Kenya, just after 1:00 pm today, an explosion took place in a building along Moi Avenue in the center of Nairobi, injuring at least 27 peo
(eTN) - Following 5 days of meetings in Kampala last week, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) moved on to Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, where another series of seminars, workshops, and