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Monkey causes Kenya blackout

Monkey causes Kenya blackout

Story highlights Kenya's 45 million population was left without power Tuesday The monkey survived and was taken in by wildlife authorities Kenya -- yes, the entire country -- was left without power Tuesday after a rogue monkey got into a power ... CNN, 1 month ago
Rogue monkey blamed for nationwide Kenya blackout Tanzania Citizen, 1 month ago

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Manila Bulletin

One Expert's Better Way to Save Elephants

Accompanying Kenya's widely-publicized ivory bonfire last April were announcements that the country's wildlife service was moving toward intelligence-based conservation, with more emphasis on the pursuit of traffickers and smugglers rather than on ...
 National Geographic1 month ago The case for burning ivory  Jordan Times1 month ago African wildlife officials appalled as EU opposes a total ban on ivory trade  Equities.com3 weeks ago US announces near-total ban on African elephant ivory trade  Manila Bulletin1 month ago
The Star (Kenya)

Mbathi is right on SRC cashless guidelines

KWS director Kitili Mbathi The uproar at the Kenya Wildlife Service following the centralisation of voucher payments and the stopping of staff cash allowances is uncalled for (see story P12). What's more, KWS staff has gone on a go-slow to ...
 The Star (Kenya)2 weeks ago
The Star (Kenya)

Secretariat to oversee Zanzibar Declaration

Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and Kenya Forest Service (KFS) join farmers in tree planting in farms given to them through an initiative aimed at conserving the forest while sustaining livelihoods in Hombe forest, Nyeri Country./FILE Kenya will soon ...
 The Star (Kenya)3 weeks ago
The Star (Kenya)

KWS intercepts 500 kilogrammes of pangolin scales at JKIA

Kenya Wildlife Service officers seized 500 kilogrammes of pangolin scales at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi. The unaccompanied consignment was seized on Wednesday night at KQ cargo area and is currently in KWS custody. KWS ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 month ago KWS canine unit seizes half tonne Pangolin scales at JKIA  East African Standard1 month ago

Kisumu MCAs task team with clashes probe

A Kenya Wildlife Service officer injured during clashes on the Kisumu-Nandi border i s taken to hospital on January 6 / MAURICE ALAL Kisumu MCAs have assigned a committee to investigate clashes on the border of the county with Nandi. Two people ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 month ago
The Star (Kenya)

Cake Festival at the Kenya Wildlife Service

Cake Centre chief executive Beatrice Muteri, baker Wanjiru Wa Ben with Bee Wise baker Beata Njagi. The Cake Festival was heavenly for those with a sweet tooth. The latest edition held at the KWS in Nairobi on Saturday offered a unique opportunity ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 month ago
Daily Nation

KWS clears Lamu villages of Hyenas

The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) in Lamu has succeeded in driving away hyenas which have been feasting on livestock and terrorizing locals in Tchundwa, Mbwajumwali and Kizingitini, Lamu East Sub-County. The hyenas have killed more than 200 ...
 Daily Nation1 month ago Kenya: KWS Clears Lamu Villages of Hyenas  AllAfrica.com1 month ago

KRA Intercepts Ivory Carvings Worth KES600 000 At Mombasa Port

The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) and Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) officers have intercepted two pieces of ivory carvings. The carvings valued at KES 600,000 and weighing 3.3 kg were intercepted at the Port of Mombasa concealed in a consignment ...
 NewsofAfrica.org1 month ago KRA, KWS impounds ivory carvings worth Sh600,000 at Mombasa port  The Star (Kenya)1 month ago
The Star (Kenya)

MP says KWS needs Sh4.8bn for compensations

North Horr MP Francis Chachu Ganya.Photo Elkana Jacob The Kenya Wildlife Service requires Sh4.8 billion to compensate Kenyans who have suffered losses due to the invasion by wild animals of their farms and homes over the years. North Horr MP ...
 The Star (Kenya)2 months ago
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