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Six Suspected Ivory Dealers Charged in Voi Court Six suspected ivory dealers were on October 26, 2009 charged with illegal trade and possession of elephant tusks before a Voi court. The suspects were remanded until Wednesday when they will appear again before Voi Resident Magistrate Linus Nyakundi for hearing. ...
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Usain Bolt to adopt a Kenyan cheetah cub Jamaican sprinter and 100m world record holder Usain St Leo Bolt will today (Monday, November 2, 2009) at 2pm name and adopt an eight-month cheetah cub at the Nairobi Animal Orphanage....
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Uniformed and Disciplined Services Hold Special Thanksgiving Service in Nairobi Members of six uniformed and disciplined services and their families on Sunday (October 11, 2009) held a special national thanksgiving service to thank God for seeing them through various challenges...
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47 Southern Sudanese Wildlife Officers Report for Training In Kenya A total of 47 wildlife officers from Southern Sudan on Tuesday 7, 2009 reported for training in Kenya. Already, 16 of them had started a three-month training course in wildlife management and biodiversity conservation at the Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute in Naivasha...
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KWS Employees Raise KSH 1,074,000 (US$14,500) For Endowment Fund Kenya Wildlife Service employees raised KSh1, 074, 000 (US$14,500) at an impromptu fundraising towards the Endowment Fund for wildlife.The employees made personal contributions during an annual wardens’ and scientists’ conference in Nakuru Town. ...
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Ivory intercepted in Nairobi and Addis Ababa. KWS law enforcement officers in liaison with Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Lusaka Task Force and Airport Police impounded 532kg of 61 whole tusks of raw ivory on September 29, 2009 at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. En-route to Bangkok, Thailand via Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the ivory was found in a Kenya Airways warehouse following another illegal cache seized by Ethiopian authorities on Sunday 27, 2009 at Addis Ababa by the same consignee. ...
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KWS Launches New Electronic Park Entry Fees Payment System KWS introduced an additional way of paying park entry fees and other charges besides cash and cheques. The KCB credit/debit card payment system that accepts Visa, MasterCard and Kenswitch will also broaden payment to more currencies other than the usual Kenyan shilling and US dollar...
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