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Spate of Missing Children in Nairobi Estates Leaves Parents in Fear

Children have been targeted in several populous estates in the city and its outskirts including Kasarani, Zimmerman, Syokimau, Kitengela and Mlolongo as well as other towns around the country. The situation has left parents worried and searching for answers, with some even too scared to let their children play in the places they were accustomed to.

Newly Divorced Billionaires: Bill Gates Joins Jeff Bezos, Kanye West in...

Interesting observations about recent billionaire divorces include their amicable nature and the fact that many of the couples remain practically tied at the hip due to various ventures. While Melinda will continue running a global foundation with her ex-husband, Mackenzie revealed that she gave Bezos her entire holdings in Washington Post, Blue Origin and 75% of their stock in Amazon - trusting him to pursue the vision that made him one of the world's most successful entrepreneurs.

Kenyan Banker Donates Ksh48M Stunning Bermuda After Plane Crash Killed His...

Njoroge marked two years since the crash on March 10 with a heartwarming gesture - donating over $440,000 (Ksh48 million) to charities in Bermuda as his way of repaying the outpouring of support he received from Bermudians after losing his family.

Medical Tourism: Dignitaries Admitted in Kenya Reveal Multi-Billion Opportunity

While Kenya's public health system is weighed down by corruption, inadequate funding, mismanagement and labour disputes - its private facilities seem to be fairing much better. Ensuring that the country's health facilities - both private and public - meet the highest international standards would open up a multi-billion shilling medical tourism industry in the country.

Empowering Wanjiku in 2021: Here’s What We Must Do

Wanjiku, an Agikuyu name, found its way into mainstream discourse thanks to the Second President of Kenya, the late Daniel Moi, who irritably used the word as retaliation to Kenyans in the 1990s. At the time, political activists and Kenyans were calling for a constitutional review that would actively feature Kenyans' input.

Covid-19 Vaccine: Why Kenya’s Sex Workers Should be First in Line

Kenya needs to consider the welfare of sex workers even as it rolls out Covid-19 vaccination in hospitals across the country. Not only did Covid-19 threaten their livelihoods but it also exposed them to poor health outcomes.

Kenyan Women & The Workplace: Progress Made Despite Major Hurdles

Kenyan women in the workplace have had to fight countless battles over the years, advocating for policies that not only assure them access to opportunities but also protection from harassment and discrimination based on their gender. In 2021, women feature in key decision making roles at major organizations, including as CEOs of listed firms such as KenGen and East African Breweries Limited (EABL) among others. Across different cadres, however, challenges they face remain the same.

150 Restaurants Participating in 2021 Nairobi Burger week

"This year we have seen a record number of restaurants, over 150, so diners will be spoilt for choice. We’ve made it even simpler, so all one has to do is visit any one of the participating outlets and ask for their burger week deal," she added. Burger week 2021 is assured to reach far and wide as Uber eats will provide delivery services for non-restaurant burger lovers.

15 Inspiring Women in Corporate Africa

According to McKinsey's Women in the Workplace 2020 study, women make up 48% of entry-level employees, but only 38% of managers, 34% of senior managers or directors, 29% of VPs, 23% of SVPs, and just 22% of C-suite executives. We kick off with our top 15 list of African women in the Corporate world. These women have torn down gender bias in the workplace by taking up SHE-EO (CEO), founders, head officers, and managerial seats in some of the continent's leading companies.

Kenya’s Music Industry: Investment, Innovation Key to Long-Term Success

The reality of the matter is that, for many Kenyan artists, music is not a sustainable income-generating venture. Many are driven by their passion.