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Risky behavior in youths and the motivation to earn a living

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Coastal Kenya

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  Written by: Meshack Masibo The Jomo Kenyatta International Airport was last year granted Category One status by the US aviation body FAA. This allows for direct flights from Nairobi to the United States, bringing Kenya into the coveted club of countries in Africa who are allowed direct flights to the US, which currently only …

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Thomson`s Falls Lodge

By: Joseph Roberts Thomson’s Falls Lodge is located at the world’s famous Thomson’s Falls, which was discovered in 1883 by Joseph Thomson, a Scottish geologist and naturalist. It’s 7,800 feet above sea level and sits on a 10 acre lawn that’s shaded with African olives, cedar trees among other exotic trees which makes us the …

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Written by: Dan Mwangi dan@mtkenyatimes.co.ke Blockchain is a system that combines the use of advanced ledgers and in a sense cryptocurrency to completely digitize financial transactions. It is a type of a distributed ledger that uses independent computers referred to as nodes to record, share and synchronize transactions in their respective electronic ledgers instead of …

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  Jeff Bezos – Jeff Bezos is the founder and chief executive officer of Amazon.com and owner of ‘The Washington Post.’ Jeff Bezos was born on January 12, 1964 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Jeff Bezos studied computer science and electrical engineering at Princeton University. After graduation he worked on Wall Street, and in 1990 he …

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By: Joseph Roberts Ideally located in the heart of Westlands, Nairobi’s most prestigious social, commercial and business district, the Sankara Nairobi hotel is the perfect gateway to the city’s diverse array of attractions and landmarks. Discover some of our top recommendations for places to visit and be sure to ask our concierge team for more …

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  Written by: Meshack Masibo Africa is a country filled with vast and rich mineral resources. But when it comes to monetary wealth, Africa has most of the poorest countries in the world. International Media is awash with stories that depict the high poverty levels within the continent. However, despite what a lot of the …

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Stacy Muya According to Bloomberg, at least eight out of ten businesses close shop a mere year after being started. That means that eighty percent of entrepreneurs give up, stop fighting or simply get disillusioned. The easy thing to say is that most businesses close down simply because they run out of money. That is …

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Stacy Muya Most entrepreneurs sit and wait for an investor to come in and save the day. They spend a lot of time and resources hounding potential investors without even considering alternative ways to come up with the capital they need to make their dreams come true. Other businesspeople would like to start their businesses …

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