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CAIPHUS KGOSANA | Kenya must learn from SA’s mistakes and spurn the coal

Here at home we have done all the wrong things when it comes to energy security. The East Africans can still choose paradise

06 October 2020 - 19:41 By caiphus kgosana

The island town of a Lamu, on the northeastern coast of Kenya, is something out of a storybook with its quaint white buildings that have been preserved for more than 500 years. Coconut and mango plantations decorate the white sandy beaches. Its medieval stone town is home to museums and forts that are two centuries old and about three dozen mosques. Those lucky enough to have visited the Unesco World Heritage site describe Lamu as a hypnotic step back in time, where the donkey is the dominant mode of transport and customs are preserved...

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