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First Lady’s marathon winners to pocket Ksh5.6 Million

Winners of this year’s edition of the First Lady’s Half Marathon will pocket Ksh5.6M, the company organising the event has confirmed. Both...

Women lag behind men in mobile phone ownership, research reveals

Cell phone penetration rates are increasing rapidly in the world, with mobile phone operators turning their attention to the third world countries. However, that...

In France, a baby switch and a lesson in maternal love

GRASSE, France When Sophie Serrano finally held her daughter, Manon, in her arms after the newborn, suffering from jaundice, had been placed under artificial...

Oh my, Raila has got a smiling shoe!

Former Prime Minister Raila Amolo Odinga is a man of style. His suits or casual wear is deliberately chosen to match the occasion. Even...

Excuse me, I’m not a housewife: A witty memo from a...

The lady who wrote the article you are about to read never expected to be treated the way she was treated when she went...

Teenager raises Ksh0.5m for Beyond Zero initiative in swimming contest

Teenage student 16-year-old Roy Kiruri joined other swimmers from all over the world including Olympic Open Water Swimmers to swim at the world renowned...

Extraordinary show of determination as Kenyan runner crawls to finish line

In an extraordinary show of patriotism and determination, Kenyan marathon runner Hyvon Ngetich crawled to the finish line after developing health problems while in...

Dairy farmers get financial boost from Family Bank and Heifer International

The Family Bank-Heifer International Kenya partnership will aim at building capacity for small-scale farmers

Kenyan children in bid to break world reading aloud record

Pupils at about 400 Kenyan schools are trying to break the world record for having the most people reading aloud simultaneously from the same...

MasterCard, African Development Bank partnership to benefit unbanked Africans

Financial inclusion in all countries across Africa has been long overdue. Less than one adult out of four in the continent do not have...