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Kikuyu Musician Albert Gacheru is Dead

His music shops and company premises at the Wamaitu Production Studio along River Road were burnt down or vandalised at least three times and expensive equipment stolen.

Kiambaa MP Paul Koinange Dies of Covid-19-Related Complications

"It is very sad that the country has lost him at such a time, just when he was spearheading his Committee in the efforts to consolidate peace and security among communities involved in inter-ethnic conflicts across the country." he said.

Mama Sarah Obama Dies in Hospital

She had been admitted to the hospital on the morning of Sunday 28th March 2021. The family is making arrangements to have her buried today (Monday, 29th March 2019) at the Muslim Cemetery in Kisumu.

Artists Visit E-Sir’s Grave for Memorial

"His lyrical delivery and command of the Swahili flow was unmatched. Even long after his death his music and legacy still leaves on and on in our hearts. We miss you bro , till we meet again." posted Nameless.

Breastfeeding Footballer Lands in Mombasa for Fully Paid Vacation

The photo that trended on social media platforms shows the young Winnie cuddling her baby while standing as her teammates relax on the pitch, waiting for the second half to kick off.

Story of Single Mother Who Went Viral Breastfeeding While Playing Football

The half-time break is usually 15 minutes and is meant to give the players some time to rest to replenish their energy, but for Winnie Wangui who plays as an attacking midfielder, it was time to feed her one-year-old baby in the open field.

Censorship? Eric Omondi’s Arrest Over ‘Wife Material’ Sparks Outrage

The arrest comes days after the comedian unveiled season two of ‘Wife Material’. The show has brought together contestants from Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania.

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.

Uhuru’s Favourite TV Show? President Admits to Watching Selina [VIDEO]

Selina, the popular drama which airs on Maisha Magic East, got a major PR boost after President Uhuru Kenyatta admitted to watching it. Actor Pascal Tokodi defended himself after attracting criticism from a section of Kenyans, saying that he had 15 seconds with the President and simply wanted to promote his work.

Debra Mallowah: The Corporate Leader On a Roll

A highly accomplished leader with a wealth of experience gained in leading multi-national companies across sub-Sahara Africa and the United Kingdom, Ms Mallowah has a proven track record of delivering growth at international, regional and local levels. In her various leadership roles, she says she has successfully collaborated with Board of Directors and senior leadership teams to create new products and markets, and profitable business models.