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Small Saving Tips for Parents to Take Your Family a Long...

For those with children, it calls for an even stricter financial discipline to stretch the available resources and make them last longer.

Media And Fashion Icons Red Carpet Hosts For AMVCAs

The countdown to the 8th AMVCAs, Africa’s biggest and most prestigious celebration of film and television talent is officially on. Ahead of the awards...

DStv Business Packages Tailor Made For Stress Free Viewing

Piracy is a global menace that has robbed creatives of their rightful reward to their work. For entertainment content broadcasters, intellectual property owners and...

Nutritional Shock: Eating Fish Linked To Skin Cancer Risk

A new study in Cancer Causes and Control could just burst the long-held belief. The study suggests a link between eating fish and skin cancer, particularly since the biggest known risk factor for melanoma is not dietary ­— it’s sun exposure.  

Etihad Airways honours top executive for record-breaking feat

Clocking a flying time of 52 hours and 34 minutes, Andrew managed to beat the previous record by 3 hours and 13 minutes

Handshakes and their meanings

A handshake is common upon meeting, greeting, parting, offering congratulations, expressing gratitude, or completing an agreement among others. The body language of handshake is something that...

mCHEZA launches in Tanzania

mCHEZA Chief Executive Officer Peter Karimi expressed excitement in the expansion, adding that it also signified the advent of better player experience

Multichoice Leads the Way Unlocking Billions in Entertainment Industry

Multichoice has been a key contributor to the country’s procurement of goods and services

DStv, GOtv to air Afcon matches live

As Africa’s top footballers get together in Egypt this June for the continent’s biggest football tournament, SuperSport will bring all the action live and...

How Odibets Changed the Life of Dancehall Artiste in Kawangware

Machete, who formerly played football, says he wrote the song to appreciate the work Odibets is doing in supporting budding talent.