PÉKIN, 12 août 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Le 10 août s’est tenue une journée portes ouvertes visant à présenter les opérations, les mesures de prévention et de contrôle de la pandémie de COVID-19 et la reprise du travail sur le projet d’énergie éolienne De Aar, qui est le plus grand projet d’énergie éolienne en Afrique du […]"China Energy organise en Afrique du Sud une journée portes ouvertes permettant de découvrir un projet d’énergie éolienne"
Residents of Githiga village in Mathioya sub county of Murang’a are counting losses after their goats and sheep were killed by an unknown wild animal. Since last week, more than 20 goats belonging to various local farmers were killed by an animal suspected to be a leopard. Peter Karanja, a livestock farmer, lamented that on Saturday the animal descended on his goats shed killing 12 of them. The farmer decried the huge loss saying he…"A Wild Animal Causes Huge Loss In Mathioya After Killing Goats And Sheep"
Travellers using Public Service Vehicles have decried the upward review of fares amidst the Covid-19 pandemic but expressed happiness with the quality of services provided by the transport operators. PSV vehicles plying Meru-Nanyuki Highway are charging double fares, citing the excuse that the Ministry of Health protocols demand that they carry less passengers unlike before. For instance, 14-seater matatus carry eight passengers who are charged Sh.400 as opposed to before March when the fare between…"Commuters Hail Comfortable Travel Despite Increased Fares"
The Kiambu County Government is now set to handle Covid-19 after setting up over 1,000 isolation beds, and having adequate medical personnel to take care of the patients, Governor James Nyoro has said. Nyoro said there was a time when the county government was worried that the increasing Covid-19 cases would overstretch available health facilities. Governor Nyoro said a few weeks ago, the County’s Covid-19 numbers were hitting close to 100 each day and the…"County Better Placed To Handle Covid-19"
The decision to reopen schools in January is not cast in stone and may be revised backwards or extended depending on the country’s Covid-19 status, the Education Cabinet Secretary (CS), Prof. George Magoha has said. He said the decision will largely hinge on the behavior pattern of the pandemic and will be taken in the best interests of students. Speaking in Thika Technical Institute while monitoring its preparedness on Wednesday, the CS said experts and…"January School’s Reopening May Be Revised Depending On Covid Status"
679 people have today tested positive for COVID 19 after 6,590 samples were tested in the last 24 hours. This now brings the total number of positive cases in the country to 28, 104 and cumulative tests to 369,091. From today’s cases 658 are Kenyans , while 21 are foreigners. 400 are males and 279 are females while the youngest case is a one month old infant while the oldest is 87yeras. Giving the COVID…"COVID Cases Continue To Rise As WHO Donates COVID Equipment"