Choosing names for my children was probably the hardest decision of my parenting career. Remember, a baby’s name is an indelible signature that lasts a lifetime.Read More »
Is that trendy two-seater Smart car, Vitz or is it safe to be in?Read More »
PERMINUS KIAGE, is the founder and chief executive officer of Landlord Holdings Ltd, which deals in real estate. NANJINIA WAMUSWA caught up with the enterprising 28-year-old.Read More »
Cocktail parties can be great or awful. You see, when a person who is not good at socialising is faced with myriad new faces, it becomes a problem. The challenge many people have is breaking out of routine and venturing off to meet new people.Read More »
Unlike other major towns that are only 100 years old at best, Kisumu was a human settlement more than a century before Europeans came to East Africa. Many battles have been fought over this lakeside cityRead More »
When your wife comes home late in the night happy, relaxed and tipsy from a chama (women’s investment club) meeting, she just might have spent a few blissful hours in another man’s arms, writes LINDA KEYA
Naushad Merali, an Asian-Kenyan tycoon, knows how to profit from deals.
A mega luxury hotel expected to transform the East African coast is set for completion in October.
Last Sunday, social media was awash with messages from people who were honouring their mothers on Mother’s Day.
After their two-year choreographed romantic affair that made them the talk of town in Dar es Salaam causing a buzz across the region, the celebrity couple of adorable actress and former Miss Tanzania Wema Sepetu, and singer Diamond called it a day last year to the heartbreak of many fans. It had looked like a match made in heaven.
Last Sunday, half the world marked and celebrated Mother’s Day. Women were appreciated by their children, partners and friends who sent them congratulatory messages for being mothers. And we beamed and smiled and felt good about it.
When Shamir and Anwar finally got their inheritance, they took to their boats in search of new land to occupy. After being in the sea for many days and nights, Shamir began despairing.
Desperate Nairobians out to do everything to join this exclusive fraternity, are now falling into the hands of conmen, who at a fee are promising membership.