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By The COAST Newspaper Reporter This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Kenya loses billions of shillings annually through illegal fishing activities in her exclusive economic zones. Cabinet Secretary, ministry of agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries Willy Bett says Kenya loses 10 billion annually due to increased…
By The Coast Newspaper Reporter This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Cruise Tourism is growing at a very impressive rate compared to other sectors in the tourism industry. Chairman of the Cruise Indian Ocean Association Catherine Mturi-Wairi said the cruise industry recorded 24 million passengers…
By The COAST Newspaper Reporter Services at Likoni channel are set to improve after Kenya Ferry Services acquires two brand new ferries sometime this year. The managing director of Kenya ferry services Limited bakar gowa said one ferry will dock…
By The Coast Newspaper Reporter The Kenya government on Friday launched the first Cruise Terminal at the Port of Mombasa. The launch comes at a time when the Port is getting back on the international cruise itinerary as witnessed by…
By Charles Ogallo More than 500 delegates from Eastern and Southern Africa converge in Mombasa for a two day transport conference which commenced on Wednesday. The 16th Intermodal Africa Conference and exhibition brought together harbor masters, port engineers, delegates in…
By The Coast Newspaper Correspondent. The construction of phase II of the second container terminal is expected to kick off soon following Parliament’s approval of a Sh27.3 billion loan set to fund for the mega project. President Uhuru Kenyatta announced…
Newly appointed Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) Managing Director , Ms Catherine Wairi- Mturi will be among key speakers at a Port Management Association of Eastern and Southern Africa (PMAESA) 2016 Conference slated for the is destined for the Sudan. Catherine,…
The ban imposed by government on night fishing for Kiunga fishermen in Lamu East shall remain in force indefinitely. Fishermen in the area will also be subjected to a new order which require them to be identified and vetted by…
Maritime regulator, the Kenya Maritime Authority (KMA) has moved to allay fears that the country might fail to meet the set deadline that requires weighing of all cargoes prior to shipment. KMA announced in a communiqué that it has drafted…
Kenya ferry services plans to increase motor vehicle charges by the end of this year as it seeks to generate more revenue to improve its service, Kenya ferry services managing director Hassan Musa said the charges for motor vehicles are…
Lamu leaders have termed the establishment of the Lamu Port South Sudan Ethiopia Transport (Lapsset) Corridor project as a game changer for the region.Kick starting of the construction of the first three berths at the port site in Kililana, which…

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