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Two-hour ‘catwalk’with fashion supermodel, now superfarmer on her farm.

She has shared the catwalk with the likes of international supermodels Tyra Banks and Naomi Campbell, has travelled to some 33 countries across the globe and has graced the fashion stages in London, Turkey, Paris and New York. Yet, Flora Sevensson, a supermodel in...

Juliani: Why farming is just as cool as music

He is one of Kenya’s most celebrated musicians, and has won accolades and several awards at home and abroad.  Juliani, a gospel singer with three albums under his belt and whose real name is Julius  Owino, now has another calling that he  dedicates a...

Kenyan shines again in the 2016 Queen’s Award

Three Kenyan girls aged between 18 and 28 are among the winners of the Queen’s Young Leaders Programme award. Domtila Chesang from Kapenguria in West Pokot, Chebet Lesan and Towett Ngetich, both from Nairobi will be travelling to London next year at the invitation of...
Pig farming

How Sh3,500 found on road turned around a pig breeding project

Five years ago, Joseph Kariuki was a troubled farmer to the point of wanting to give up his dream project of pig breeding. It was not until a timely ‘godly’ intervention changed everything and today, he is one of the successful breeders at his...

Vegetables saved my life and keep me healthy

He is one of the few people in the world who suffer from Dermatological Myositis, an auto immune disease, which is a devastating illness. It has no cure and suffering from it is literally a death sentence. Dennis believes he is alive today because of...

KENYA TO HOST 2017 INTERNATIONAL FLOWER TRADE EXPO

Flower industry fraternity will converge in Nairobi for a three-day International Flower Trade & Exhibition that opens on Wednesday June 7, 2017, at Oshwal Centre, Parklands opposite Nakumatt Ukay at 10 am. On display will be flowers from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Rwanda...

Egg hatching turns into money spinner for medic

T he nurse, who quit his job to try his hand at agribusiness, is now raking in Ksh120,000 monthly from hatching chickens. All Mr Martin Mau does is to gather eggs and put them in an incubator, wait for them to hatch and sell...

value added expo and science congress

Value addition and innovation were themes that rung out simultaneously at the Kenyatta International Conference Center during the better end of May, where a science congress by students and universities was taking place, while a value addition conference and exhibition progressed. The exhibition, which saw...

How youth can turn the tables in agribusiness

Many young people see agriculture as boring, tiresome and a dirty job, while their friends do not make things any better with their sly glances whenever one shows an interest in farming. And to the community? The general belief is that those engaged in agriculture...