Top Stories

MAX HASTINGS: Is this the end of the white man in Africa? The murder of a legendary safari guide in Kenya is but the ... - Daily Mail;

MAX HASTINGS: Is this the end of the white man in Africa? The murder of a legendary safari guide in Kenya is but the ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailMAX HASTINGS: Is this the end of the white man in Africa? The murder of a legendary safari guide in Kenya is but the ...Daily MailMany times my wife and I have ridden out on horseback at sunrise among elephants and giraffe, buck, warthog and the occasional leopard, marvelling that such wild beauty still exists on earth. No longer, however. For many months now, Laikipia's cattle ...and more »

Media reports say UK likely to change travel advisory - Daily Nation;

Media reports say UK likely to change travel advisory - Daily Nation

Daily NationMedia reports say UK likely to change travel advisoryDaily NationSecurity officials at Sosian Ranch in Laikipia on March 6, 2017. PHOTO | STEVE NJUGUNA | NATION MEDIA GROUP. In Summary. The news of Voorspuy's murder made headlines across UK media which also called into question the government's failure to ...and more »

Tristan Voorspuy, conservationist and safari guide – obituary - Telegraph.co.uk;

Tristan Voorspuy, conservationist and safari guide – obituary - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukTristan Voorspuy, conservationist and safari guide – obituaryTelegraph.co.ukTristan Voorspuy, who was shot dead in Kenya on Sunday aged 61, devoted much of his energy to conserving the wildlife, and with it, he thought, the future of his adopted nation and its peoples; he was best known beyond Africa as the intrepid guide of ...and more »

World View: Herders Invade Ranches in Kenya, Ambush and Kill British Ranch Owner - Breitbart News;

World View: Herders Invade Ranches in Kenya, Ambush and Kill British Ranch Owner - Breitbart News

Breitbart NewsWorld View: Herders Invade Ranches in Kenya, Ambush and Kill British Ranch OwnerBreitbart NewsA herder walks home with his camels in Kenya in January, after walking kilometers in search of pasture and water during drought. (The Nation). Ranch co-owner Tristan Voorspuy, a British citizen and former British army officer, was found shot dead on ...and more »

Kenyan authority arrests 379 herders for invading ranches - TVC News;

Kenyan authority arrests 379 herders for invading ranches - TVC News

TVC NewsKenyan authority arrests 379 herders for invading ranchesTVC NewsKenya's Domestic Security Minister, Joseph Nkaissery says 379 Pastoralist herders have been arrested for invading ranches. The arrests come after British rancher, Tristan Voorspuy was shot dead while inspecting some of his lodges, which had been burned ...and more »

Kenyan tourism industry mourns British safari owner - TTG;

Kenyan tourism industry mourns British safari owner - TTG

TTGKenyan tourism industry mourns British safari ownerTTGThe Kenyan tourism industry has spoken of its “deep regrets” following the death of a British safari operator who was shot dead. Kenya map.jpg. Sharelines. Twitter Facebook. Authorities expressed their “deep regrets” at the death of Tristan Voorspuy ...and more »

Kenya: Muhoro Personally Leads Investigation Into British Rancher's Killing - AllAfrica.com

Kenya: Muhoro Personally Leads Investigation Into British Rancher's KillingAllAfrica.comNairobi — - The Director of Criminal investigations Ndegwa Muhoro is in Laikipia to launch a probe into the weekend killing of British rancher Tristan Voorspuy by bandits. The rancher, one of the directors of Sosian Ranch in Laikipia and a former ...and more »

Uhuru needs army to restore order - The Star, Kenya;

Uhuru needs army to restore order - The Star, Kenya

The Star, KenyaUhuru needs army to restore orderThe Star, KenyaOn Sunday rancher Tristan Voorspuy was shot dead by armed pastoralists as he investigated a burnt down building on his Sosian ranch. The Samburu and Pokot pastoralists are not just seeking pasture during the drought, but want to permanently evict ...and more »

Dissent over emphasis of “no tourists came to harm” in slaying of conservationist - eTurboNews

Dissent over emphasis of “no tourists came to harm” in slaying of conservationisteTurboNewsKenya has just witnessed the first killing of a white land owner, Tristan Voorspuy, in the current torrent of invasions, but not the first killing of a conservationist in Laikipia, when in August 2013 the Director of the Laikipia Wildlife Forum was ...and more »

Over 300 illegal herders arrested in Laikipia County - Citizen TV (press release);

Over 300 illegal herders arrested in Laikipia County - Citizen TV (press release)

Citizen TV (press release)Over 300 illegal herders arrested in Laikipia CountyCitizen TV (press release)Police have arrested more than 300 illegal grazers in Laikipia County following the brutal killing of a rancher on Sunday. Interior cabinet secretary Joseph Nkaissery has also announced that the government is tracking down the financiers of the ...and more »

Police airlift body of British farmer killed in ranch raid - The Times (subscription);

Police airlift body of British farmer killed in ranch raid - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)Police airlift body of British farmer killed in ranch raidThe Times (subscription)The body of a British farmer killed on his ranch in Kenya by raiders has been recovered by police using a helicopter after his friends were shot at when they tried to retrieve it. Tristan Voorspuy was shot several times on Sunday in the Rift Valley as ...and more »

Briton rancher's body retrieved, as 379 illegal grazers arrested - The Star, Kenya;

Briton rancher's body retrieved, as 379 illegal grazers arrested - The Star, Kenya

The Star, KenyaBriton rancher's body retrieved, as 379 illegal grazers arrestedThe Star, KenyaPolice have arrested 379 illegal grazers in Laikipia and removed herders from 16 ranches, a day after Briton Tristan Voorspuy was killed. This comes after months of undeterred raids on private ranches and conservancies in Laikipia and banditry attacks ...and more »

Rancher Voorspuy's killing rattles fellow investors - The Standard (press release);

Rancher Voorspuy's killing rattles fellow investors - The Standard (press release)

The Standard (press release)Rancher Voorspuy's killing rattles fellow investorsThe Standard (press release)For the last four months, ranchers in Laikipia County have witnessed unprecedented invasions of their farms by heavily armed illegal herders. The invasions reached a tragic peak on Sunday, when Sosian Ranch Director Tristan Voorspuy was shot and killed ...and more »

Police ordered to deal with criminals invading ranches - Daily Nation;

Police ordered to deal with criminals invading ranches - Daily Nation

Daily NationPolice ordered to deal with criminals invading ranchesDaily NationA section of the 24,000-acre Sosian Ranch in Laikipia North, Laikipia County. Its co-owner Tristan Voorspuy was fatally shot by herders as he toured the ranch on Sunday, following violent invasions. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP ...and more »

DCI Ndegwa Muhoro dispatched to Laikipia for operations as Britain demand more security - The Standard (press release);

DCI Ndegwa Muhoro dispatched to Laikipia for operations as Britain demand more security - The Standard (press release)

The Standard (press release)DCI Ndegwa Muhoro dispatched to Laikipia for operations as Britain demand more securityThe Standard (press release)Tristan Voorspay a rancher in Laikipia County who was shot dead by armed bandits on Sunday. The Directorate of Criminal Investigations Ndegwa Muhoro was Monday sent to Laikipia County to lead operations on illegal grazers behind the killing of a ...and more »

379 'killer' herdsmen arrested — but not in Nigeria - TheCable;

379 'killer' herdsmen arrested — but not in Nigeria - TheCable

TheCable379 'killer' herdsmen arrested — but not in NigeriaTheCableKenyan interior ministry on Monday said the police have arrested 379 herdsmen in connection with ranch invasions following the murder of Tristan Voorspuy, a British rancher. Voorspuy was killed on his ranch in Northern Laikipia region on Sunday.and more »

Anarchy in Kenya's farming heartland as authorities turn a blind eye to invading militias - Telegraph.co.uk;

Anarchy in Kenya's farming heartland as authorities turn a blind eye to invading militias - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukAnarchy in Kenya's farming heartland as authorities turn a blind eye to invading militiasTelegraph.co.ukEven before they killed his father on Sunday, Archie Voorspuy knew how violent the tribesmen invading Kenya's ranches could be. From a hidden vantage point, he had watched as armed men frenziedly ransacked a tourist lodge and farm house early last ...and more »

379 herders arrested over Tristan Voorspuy's killing - The Standard (press release);

379 herders arrested over Tristan Voorspuy's killing - The Standard (press release)

The Standard (press release)379 herders arrested over Tristan Voorspuy's killingThe Standard (press release)Director of Criminal Investigations Ndegwa Muhoro was yesterday sent to Laikipia County to lead operations on illegal grazers. This came as Britain piled pressure on the Government to restore calm in Laikipia, where ranches have been invaded by herders ...and more »

Rancher Tristan Voorspuy's profile - The Standard (press release);

Rancher Tristan Voorspuy's profile - The Standard (press release)

The Standard (press release)Rancher Tristan Voorspuy's profileThe Standard (press release)Tristan Voorspay at Sosian Ranch in Laikipia County.He was shot dead by armed bandits on Sunday at the ranch. PHOTO:COURTESY. Tristan Voorspuy was born in South Africa but schooled and raised in Sussex, England. He spent a brief period at ...and more »

Kenya Police have arrested 379 illegal grazers in Laikipia County - Coastweek

Kenya Police have arrested 379 illegal grazers in Laikipia CountyCoastweekNAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Kenya will deploy additional security personnel in the northern frontier districts that have experienced insecurity occasioned by cattle rustling, inter-tribal skirmishes and invasion of private ranches, officials said on Monday ...and more »