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US Food Chain Hardee Expands its Market in Kenya

Hardee restaurant was started with an aim of providing modestly priced hamburgers and French fries for income generation. It was in 1960 that the first Hardee restaurant was started in Greenville. By then, they were offering char broiled hamburgers with quick service. At first, Hardee was solely by Wilbur Hardee, but got partnership offers from …

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KTDA Factories Switches off KPLC and Start Using their Own Small Hydro Power Generators

The Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) is gradually moving their plants from KPLC and instead using electricity from their small hydro power generators. Their aim is to save on energy bills, which have been one of their major expenses in the factories. In cases where they generate more, they will sell the excess power to …

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Wildebeest Migration between Maasai Mara Kenya and Serengeti Tanzania

Known as one of the seventh new wonders of the world, the Wildebeest migration, where animals cross river Mara, is one of the spectacular views to witness. The World Cup of Wildlife is surely a reasonable name to define the astonishing massive movement of over two million Wildebeests every year. The migration occurs from The …

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Kenya Introduces Digital E-Passports

Kenya’s immigration Department plans to abolish the current manual passports and start issuing electronic e-passports by 2019. There will be new passports that will have an electronic chip with all the information found in the old-model passport. All the passports will be registered by the International Civil Aviation Organization. 2 The e-passport will pave way …

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Coffee growers in Meru to brand their produce to increase income

Meru County is one of the best producers of quality coffee worldwide; with a developed brand it would earn farmers more income. The Meru government supports this branding that will enable the farmers to earn more from their produce. Coffee is Kenya’s fifth foreign exchange earner after tourism, tea, horticulture, etc. In Meru, the area …

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