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Retired footballer Ojwang' seeks aid for heart surgery

Nairobi, May 26 -- When entering Kaloleni Estate in Nakuru, you notice many iron sheet fences around houses. Insecurity is high. Residents of this densely populated estate that borders Lake Nakuru Na... Read More


Nakuru's political 'foes' unite to defend Ruto

Nairobi, May 25 -- As the 2022 succession politics continue to gather momentum in the country, new alignments from politicians who have been in different camps of Jubilee Party are beginning to sprout... Read More


Covid-19: How Nakuru woman struggles to feed 12 children

Nairobi, May 25 -- For Josephine Wacera, 42, raising 12 children single-handedly has been her daily headache. Being a single mother, putting food on the table for her large family during the coronavi... Read More


Kihika ouster sparks heated debate on social media

Nairobi, May 23 -- After her ouster as the Senate majority chief whip, Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika has turned to the Bible and is slowly turning her social media pages into a preaching platforms. Sin... Read More


Q&A: 'Some effects of doping are irreversible'

Nairobi, May 22 -- Sports medicine is critical in fighting the doping menace in Kenya. Dr Lutomia Mark Lumbasi is a sports medicine physician and vice chairman of East African Arthroscopy Association,... Read More


Coronavirus puts dreams of runners at Keringet camp on hold

Nairobi, May 17 -- If there is an athletics camp in Kenya that has been badly affected by ban on sports activities due to coronavirus pandemic, is no doubt Keringet Athletics Training Camp in Nakuru C... Read More


EABL issues profit alert

Nairobi, May 17 -- As coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt economic activities in the country, some companies have issued warnings on their profits margins. East African Breweries Limited (EABL)... Read More


Covid-19: Tabichi calls for long term education plan for Africa

Nairobi, May 16 -- The 2019 Global Teacher Award winner Peter Tabichi has joined African top tutors to address education among the poor during the Covid-19 pandemic. Brother Tabichi a Franciscan Brot... Read More


AK official: Declare doping treasonable

Nairobi, May 14 -- As the country grapples with increasing number of athletes violating anti-doping regulations, a top Athletics Kenya (AK) official has urged the government to declare the vice a trea... Read More


Varsity staff up in arms over pay cuts

Nairobi, May 14 -- Public university lecturers and other workers are headed for a clash with their employers over pay cuts. Egerton and Kisii universities have announced salary reductions of 30-40 pe... Read More