Kenya Airways Takes Flight to Maputo, Mozambique

Nairobi, 8th April 2024 – In response to growing demand for travel between East and Southern Africa, Kenya Airways (KQ) is thrilled to announce the launch of a brand-new route connecting Nairobi directly to the vibrant city of Maputo, Mozambique.  This exciting expansion takes flight from 14th June 2024, further solidifying KQ’s commitment to strengthening its network and offering seamless travel experiences across the continent.

“The demand for air travel is soaring, and we’re determined to meet it by expanding our reach and fostering connections between Africa’s rich cultures and thriving economies,” says Julius Thairu, Chief Commercial and Customer Officer at Kenya Airways. “The addition of Maputo to our network strengthens ties between Kenya and Mozambique, opening doors for increased trade, tourism, and cultural exchange.”

Beyond its designation as a major trade hub for southern Africa, Maputo enchants visitors with its rich tapestry of history and culture. Portuguese colonial influences are evident in the city’s architecture, while vibrant markets and a flourishing art scene offer a glimpse into contemporary Mozambican life.  Whether you seek relaxation on pristine beaches or exploration of fascinating museums, Maputo promises an unforgettable experience.

Starting 14th June, KQ will operate three flights per week to Maputo, with Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays becoming the flexible gateways to exploring this dynamic city.  Beyond Maputo, this expansion complements KQ’s broader network strategy for FY2024, which also boasts increased frequencies to popular destinations like New York, Paris, Lagos, Accra, and Freetown.

The three weekly scheduled flights are as below:

Nairobi to Maputo
DayFlight No.DepartArrive
Wed, Fri, SunKQ7400950hrs (local time)1300hrs (local time)
  Maputo to Nairobi
DayFlight No.DepartArrive
Wed, Fri, SunKQ7411350hrs (local time)1845hrs (local time)

This new route to Maputo signifies a significant step forward for Kenya Airways. Further, this new route not only caters to travellers originating in Kenya but also serves as a convenient connecting point for passengers from other African cities via Nairobi.

With Kenya Airways’ unwavering dedication to “propelling Africa’s growth,” this new route strengthens connections across the continent, fostering economic opportunities and enriching travel experiences for all.

Africa Food Prize 2024 Call for Nominations Now Open

  • Awardees stand to earn US$100,000
  • H. E Jakaya Kikwete leads the Africa Food Prize committee
  • Prize seeks nominations from fields such as technology, education, and policy advocacy

Nairobi, 19th February 2024: Africa Food Systems Prize opens nominations process for 2024

In recognition of the remarkable achievements and innovations within the
African Food Systems sector, the prestigious Africa Food Prize has announced the opening of nominations for its 2024 edition. This esteemed award celebrates individuals and organizations driving positive change and
promoting sustainable food systems across the continent.

The Africa Food Prize, is a symbol of excellence in the agricultural and food systems sectors, honoring outstanding contributions to food security,
agricultural development, and economic growth in Africa.

With each passing year, the prize continues to shine a spotlight on visionaries who are revolutionizing the way food is produced, distributed, and consumed, ultimately improving the lives of millions.

Nominations for the Africa Food Prize 2024 are now being accepted, inviting individuals, institutions, and initiatives that have made significant strides in enhancing food security, promoting agricultural sustainability, and fostering innovation to submit their entries.

The prize recognizes efforts ranging from research and technological
advancements to policy advocacy and grassroots initiatives, all of which
contribute to building a more resilient and inclusive food system across Africa.

H. E Jakaya Kikwete, Chairman of the Africa Food Prize Committee,
emphasized the importance of recognizing and celebrating the unsung
heroes who are at the forefront of Africa’s agricultural transformation. In a
statement, HE Kikwete remarked, “The Africa Food Prize serves as a platform to honor those whose dedication and ingenuity are driving progress towards a hunger-free Africa. As we open the call for nominations for the 2024 edition, we look forward to uncovering remarkable stories of resilience, innovation, and impact that are shaping the future of food on our continent.”

The Africa Food Prize seeks nominations from all corners of the continent, spanning diverse fields such as farming, agribusiness, research, education, and policy advocacy. Nominees will be evaluated based on their demonstrated impact, sustainability, scalability, and potential to inspire positive change within their communities and beyond. All nominations are reviewed using the Africa Food Prize criteria that assesses a program’s contribution to poverty reduction and nutrition security as well as improvement of livelihoods through employment and job creation.

Previous recipients of the Africa Food Prize include pioneers in agriculture, entrepreneurs, scientists, and policymakers who have spearheaded transformative initiatives, from promoting climate-smart farming practices to empowering smallholder farmers and enhancing market access for agricultural products.

I&M Bank Eastleigh Branch Opening

I&M Bank Kenya is pleased to announce the successful launch of its newest branch in the vibrant business area of Eastleigh.
The grand opening ceremony, held at the Business Bay Mall on Thursday, February 1st, 2024, marked a significant milestone for the bank as it expands its presence to better serve the dynamic needs of the community.
Hon. Yusuf Hassan, Member of Parliament representing the Kamukunji Constituency, graced the event as the guest of honor.

My First YouTube Video

Hello my name is Dominic Gichane and I would like to take a little bit of your time and read the story behind my first ever YouTube video.

My YouTube channel also shares my name, Dominic Gichane. Fell free to browse it.

The video is about a car, the Chevrolet Cruze. There were 6 cars to be won by customers who bought Microsoft smartphones back in 2015.

I used a Panasonic Lumix camera to film this video. A camera I had received as a Christmas gift and I still own today.


This event happened at the museum of Kenya in Nairobi. The winners however were announces at the Sarit centre mall in Westlands, Nairobi.

Win A Chevrolet Cruze Courtesy Microsoft East Africa (CLOSED)

Who Won?

Kennedy Ngige 35, a truck driver based in Kitale in Western Kenya, was perhaps the most doubtful of the winners and only yielded to the insistence by the Microsoft team notifying him of the win.

“I thought it was a hoax. I doubted the authenticity of the phone call and actually thought it was an attempt to defraud me. I had to go to the shop to verify before I could believe it,” said Ngige.

Presenting the cars to the winners, Microsoft Mobile Devices General Manager Mariam Abdullahi said, “We are indeed happy to fulfil our promise with the presentation of this unique salon cars to users that have gone ahead to achieve more and increase their productivity with our Lumia devices. I hope a lot more people will be inspired by this”.

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