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Chinese trains received in port Mombasa


Quoted from China daily news on January 11, 2017.

Six locomotives that arrived at the port of Mombasa from China on Monday are expected to be received by the government of Kenya this morning. Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development James Macharia is expected to receive the cargo on behalf of the government during a ceremony at Mombasa Port’s Port Reitz Station, which is the starting point of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) of Mombasa-Nairobi line, built by the China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC).

Four of the machines are freight locomotives compatible with the Chinese railway system, with the locomotive power of 3,100 KW and a maximum speed of 100 km/h.

Once the SGR is operational, these locomotives will become the main force serving the freight transportation needs of the entire railway, which runs from Mombasa in the east to Nairobi, Kenya. Two shunting locomotives with 1,550 KW of power are also expected, which will be used for marshalling and dispatching locomotives and rolling stocks within stations.

According to the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor CRBC, there will be a total of 56 locomotives manufactured by CRRC Corporation. The next critical segment of the project, said Li Qiang, general manager of CRBC EAC Head Office, involves the construction of high-quality stations, signaling, communication and electricity, to ensure the SGR line can contribute to Kenya’s socio-economic development and prosperity.

Kenya Election


Around middle 2017, Kenya election will be held for the next president. Form Kenya’s history of development, great achievements had been reached continuously with joint effort of the leaders and all people, those leaders had been doing their best to struggle for their people and fight for the nation to be stronger.


People are full of wisdom, they will vote for the best one, and no matter who the next leader will be, we have the confidence that he will surely do whatever he can to solve the current social and economic issues and go on to build a great nation.


Beyase group wish the election be a most smooth, successful and consummate one, god bless Kenya.

China helping rural Kenyans access healthcare


Quote from China Daily.

Four modular container clinics donated by the Chinese government will be used to provide healthcare in remote parts of Kenya. The donation made possible by the Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology in the Chinese Academy of Sciences, is valued at 2.75 million Yuan ($400, 000) to the Kenyan government.

At the official handover ceremony in Nairobi on Dec 7, Guo Ce, the economic and commercial counselor at the Chinese Embassy in Kenya, said the new clinics would bring medical access to Kenyans, especially those living in remote areas, where health facilities are few.

“The containers have been customized into mobile grass-roots general clinics in order to offer convenient daily healthcare, screening, basic medical treatment and public health-care services for the rural residents,” he said.

He noted that the clinics were made using well-established Chinese technology and designed in accordance with the African nation’s healthcare needs.

Guo said the donation, was a concrete and practical action taken by the Chinese government to help African countries improve basic medical and healthcare facilities and conditions. “The project will help to further deepen the scientific and technological cooperation between the two governments,” he said.

Be job creators rather than job seekers


Unemployment rate for the young in Kenya is currently one of the most serious social issues, however there are many opportunities for those with dreams to make a difference. From our years of experience in Kenya and East Africa markets, maize milling, wheat flour milling, animal feed and bean processing industries keep growing and quite profitable.

The market is there and people can’t live without food, this is also mercy thing for human beings to get the food for daily life. You can get different sized machines and equipment from Beyase for any level new entrepreneur to start with, low investment small commercial trail will help you grow big in short time. instead of seeking jobs, you can start a business and offering others job opportunities, at the same time you make money and change your family’s life.

Beyase New factory to finish


After an 18month’s construction, Beyase industrial park is finally coming to an end. Our staff will move to the new offices in the coming months, with the new big factory we will be able to expand more products besides the current grain processing. A more bright future is surely expected and we are be indebted to our honesty, efficiency and high most importantly our quality products. Wish to grow with all of our friends, customers and all people related to Beyase.

China to build Africa’s biggest university library in Tanzania


Text originally from Xinhua news-Chinadaily

DAR ES SALAAM — Tanzanian President John Magufuli on Thursday laid the foundation stone for the construction of a new library at the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) to be built at a cost of about 40 million US dollars funded by the Chinese government.

President Magufuli said the Chinese government’s 100 percent-aided project had come at the right time as the government was working hard to improve the country’s education standard.

He said once completed, the state-of-the-art facility will boast a space of 20,000 square meters and house over 800,000 books.

The planned mega-library will also be able to accommodate 2,600 university students at any one time, officials said.

The ground breaking ceremony for the construction of the library was also attended by former president Jakaya Kikwete, who is the chancellor of the UDSM.

He appreciated the efforts by the Chinese government to fund various development projects in the country.

The Chinese ambassador to Tanzania, Lyu Youqing commended Tanzania’s efforts towards the promotion of its economy which grew at high rate in the last 10 years.

Lyu commended President Magufuli’s speedy transformation of the east African nation which aims to fulfill the Development Vision 2025 that would see the country developing into a middle class economy.

President Magufuli said his government had been providing 9.4 million US dollars every month to fund free education.

“Increased enrollment in primary schools have left us with challenges of shortage of classrooms and desks. We request education stakeholders to keep on supporting the government,” said the President.

New mill shipped


A busy but fruitful April, thank Mr. G. and S. for your visiting and order placed with Beyase, thank all Beyase staff with the good work and finished new mills shipping to east Africa. Welcome more clients do good business with us, and we will always be honest, reliable and stay ahead with constant innovation.

China, Kenya agree to push forward pragmatic cooperation


Quoted by BEYASE—Article Origionally from Chinadaily

NAIROBI – China and Kenya agreed to push forward bilateral pragmatic cooperation, as top Chinese legislator visited the East African country from Wednesday to Saturday.

During the official goodwill visit, Zhang Dejiang, Chairman of the Standing Committee of China’s National People’s Congress (NPC), held meetings with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and parliament speakers in the capital city of Nairobi, and inspected China-Kenya cooperation projects in the coastal city of Mombasa.

China and Kenya should seize the opportunities arising from implementation of the landmark China-Africa summit in December, and push forward cooperation in construction of projects of rail and port infrastructure as well as in industrial development and special economic zone building, Zhang told Kenyatta on Thursday.

Zhang’s current three-nation Africa visit, which also took him to Zambia and Rwanda, is aimed at pushing forward implementation of the outcomes of the FOCAC summit and pushing forward cooperation projects with relevant countries.

Kenya is a role model of China-Africa cooperation, Zhang said, noting bilateral cooperation has witnessed fruitful results since both sides have always respected and trusted each other.

The major plans announced by Xi highly accords with Kenya’s development strategy, Kenyatta said, expressing willingness to enhance pragmatic cooperation with China and learn from China’s experience in development and governance.

Speaking at a conference with Chinese investors in Kenya earlier in the day, Zhang called on them to stick to a balanced approach to friendship and interest, promote common development and bring greater benefit to Chinese and African peoples.

When holding separate talks with Kenya’s Senate Speaker Ekwee Ethuro and National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi on Thursday, Zhang called on the legislative bodies of both countries to expand exchanges and create more favorable conditions for China-Kenya cooperation in production capacity.

Zhang and Muturi signed a Memorandum of Understanding on establishing a parliamentary exchange mechanism between the two countries.

WHO declares western Africa free of Ebola again


Reused news

GENEVA — The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday declared Sierra Leone free of a recent flare-up of the Ebola virus, marking the second time western Africa rids itself of Ebola.

As of Thursday, two incubation cycles of the virus, 42 days, have passed since the last person confirmed to have Ebola virus disease in the country was tested negative for a second time.

WHO said this marks another milestone in the country’s effort to defeat Ebola, hailing its government, partners and people on the effective, swift response to this latest outbreak.

However, WHO continues to stress that Sierra Leone, as well as Liberia and Guinea, are still at risk of Ebola flare-ups, largely due to virus persistence in some survivors, and must remain on high alert and ready to respond.


Relations resumed with Gambia


Quoted by BEYASE originally from China Daily.

Beijing has resumed diplomatic ties with Gambia, the West African country that cut “diplomatic” relations with Taiwan in 2013.

Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his visiting Gambian counterpart Neneh Macdouall-Gaye signed a joint statement on Thursday to resume diplomatic ties at ambassadorial level.

“Gambia recognizes the importance and reality of the one-China policy, national reunification and peaceful reunification,” Gaye said at a joint news conference with Wang.

Wang said upholding the one-China principle is the prerequisite and political foundation for China’s diplomatic relationship with any country.

“For more than two years, Gambia has demonstrated sincerity and determination and has made the right choice on this matter,” he said.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said at a regular news briefing on Thursday that the resumption of ties is “not targeted at any other side”.

He said there is no change in Beijing’s policy on pushing forward relations across the Taiwan Straits.

China formed diplomatic ties with Gambia in 1974. But in 1995, Gambia cut these ties and shifted to Taipei.

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