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Lands Cabinet Secretary Farida Karoney. Image: FILE
19 mai 2021
Kenya

Lands Cabinet Secretary, Farida Karoney, has assured Kenyans that the National Land Information Management System cannot be interfered with.

Speaking on Wednesday, the CS while responding to questions from Kenyans said measures have been put in place by experts to ensure Ardhi Sasa is safe and secure.

Kisumu Waives Land Penalty Rates Due To Covid-19 Pandemic
19 mai 2021
Kenya

Landowners in Kisumu County are breathing a sigh of relief following Governor Anyang’ Nyong’os move, to offer them a 100 per cent waiver, on all outstanding interest and penalties on land rates.

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19 mai 2021
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O Centro de Ética Energética lançou o concurso Africa@2050 Ficção Climática, uma iniciativa para reunir escritores e pesquisadores com o objetivo de elaborar, de forma colaborativa, soluções inovadoras e de futuro para os desafios colocados pelas mudanças climáticas ao continente africano e ao mundo em geral.


KDF 78 Battalion engage in a cleaning exercise in Isiolo Town.FACEBOOK
16 mai 2021
Kenya

7,500 families have been saved from mass evictions by Kenya Defence Forces 78 Battalion.

A report by Nation on Sunday, May 16, indicated that KDF was stopped from carrying out further evictions on the 17,000-acre parcel of land located in Tigania East, Meru County.

The freeze orders were issued by the Land and Environment Court in a case filed by 13 of the victims.

East African Portland Cement’s factory in Athi River. FILE PHOTO | NMG
14 mai 2021
Kenya

A court has dismissed case filed by loss-making East African Portland Cement Company challenging recommendations of the Ndung'u Land Commission Report on inquiry into the illegal and irregular allocation of public land.

Displaced Families Want Help To Recover Their Land
12 mai 2021
Kenya

Hundreds of families who were left homeless after the demolition of houses in Kinango Sub-county, Kwale County on Friday last week, are now appealing to the government to help them repossess their land from a private developer.

Parliament buildings in Nairobi. FILE PHOTO | NMG
12 mai 2021
Kenya

Parliament has questioned payment of Sh73 million to the National Intelligence Service (NIS) for an electronic land system that President Uhuru Kenyatta launched last month.

MPs put Lands Principal Secretary Nicholas Muraguri to task to explain why the spy agency was tapped to develop the Land Information Management System (LIMS).

Lamu leaders during a meeting on Lokichar to Lamu crude oil pipeline project. FILE PHOTO | NMG
12 mai 2021
Kenya

Construction of the Lokichar to Lamu crude oil pipeline whose implementation was set for 2020 will be delayed until the end of the year due to land acquisition issues.

OIL PROGRESS Petroleum and Mining CS John Munyes at the Lamu Port on Thursday. Image: BRIAN OTIENO
10 mai 2021
Kenya

The process of land acquisition for the laying of the 824-km Lokichar-Lamu Oil Pipeline, also known as the Kenya Crude Oil Pipeline, is expected to be completed in December.

Lands CS Farida Karoney
9 mai 2021
Kenya

The Ministry of Lands and Planning is set to embark on mass verification of title deeds in Nairobi's Thome area following reports of fraudulent land transactions.

In a notice, the Lands CS stated that the validation exercise of the title deeds in Nairobi Block 110 would commence from May 24 to June 2021.

Les pêcheries africaines en besoin de réformes pour renforcer la résilience post Covid-19 (étude)
8 avril 2021
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Le secteur africain de la pêche pourrait bénéficier considérablement d'infrastructures et de services d'appui appropriés, qui font généralement défaut. Actuellement, le secteur fait face aux défis de la fragilité des chaînes de valeur et de la commercialisation, à la faiblesse des institutions de gestion et à de graves problèmes liés à la gouvernance des ressources halieutiques.

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