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Nairobi Waste-to-Energy Project Set to Generate Power, Create Jobs
The 30-year-old actress, who recently rocketed to fame for her portrayal of a physically and sexually abused plantation worker in the film 12 Years a Slave — a role that has earned her Screen Actors Guild and Critics Choice awards this year, as well as an Oscar nomination — is easily the most elegant creature in a high-end Midtown hotel bar. Chatting with her over morning tea, a less graceful mortal may find herself fighting the urge to check if there's a stain

Uhuru Kenyatta's cousin proposes to girlfriend in Bruce Springsteen's concert
There are marriage proposals that make your heart melt and there is the Ng’ethe proposal. Bushusha Ng’ethe who happens to be a distant cousin to the President Uhuru, went down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend, Anne Waitherero Wamae on January 29th this year. It’s the location of the proposal however, that left us a Bruce Springsteen concert. According to Press Play, Ng’ethe took to the stage in front of hundreds of thousands

US museum to return sacred objects to Kenya
A US museum is planning to hand 30 ceremonial totems later this month to a visiting Kenyan delegation in a move that could lead to the return of hundreds of sacred objects to their countries of origin.

The Denver Museum of Nature and Science is voluntarily presenting to the National Museums of Kenya the vigango donated to it in 1990 by Hollywood actor Gene Hackman and film producer Art Linson. “There is no legal instrument or international treaty that requires us to return them,” said Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh

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Kenyan photographer Allan Gichigi was earlier this week shortlisted for the prestigious 2014 Sony World Photography Awards, one of the world’s leading photography competitions. The photographer has been shortlisted in the Split Second category of the Open competition – designed for photography enthusiasts and judged on a single image. Gichigi’s image, titled “Capture Kenya,” was taken at Lake Victoria and perfectly captures a fisherman casting his net.

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Lack of waste management technical expertiseThe Nairobi County government signed a deal on September 28th with German companies Sustainable Energy Management UG and ISO International Development & Consulting GmbH, to build a solid waste recycling plant for turning  

EMV card chips have transformed the world
e technology was named in the mid-1990s after the three primary electronic payments companies that developed it: Europay, Mastercard and Visa (EMV). In 1999 EMVCo was established as an independent company .