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Editorial Cartoon 31st January 2015
Angel Di Maria has backed Manchester United team-mate Marcos Rojo to help lead Louis van Gaal's side back to the Champions League.
Louis van Gaal is confident of wrapping up a £15million deal for Nathaniel Clyne in the summer.
Colombian forward Juan Cuadrado is on his way to Chelsea and will be missed by the Serie A club, his coach Vincenzo Montella said on Friday.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini wants banned Chelsea striker Diego Costa to change his character
The world players' union FIFPro has said it will take legal action to ensure players who are not paid on time are free to look for a new club.
Homeboyz RFC winger Leonard Mugaisi has been recalled to the national sevens team for fourth and fifth rounds of the 2014/15 HSBC Sevens World Series in Wellington.
The stage is set for a bruising battle as the 1st leg of this year’s Airtel Media Golf Challenge tees off on Saturday at the Golf Park, Ngong Road.
ODM senatorial candidate Moses Kajwang’ has been injured after he was pelted with stones at a funeral in Homabay. He is currently seeking treatment at Homabay District Hospital.
National Olympic Committee Kenya (NOCK) chairman Kipchoge Keino has backed IAAF decision to temporarily ban eight Kenyan athletes for doping.
Kendra Sunderland, 19, has reportedly been charged with public indecency after the film emerged online - and shared more than 250,000 times
Dr. Hassan Wario has ordered Football Kenya Federation Chairman Sam Nyamweya to release the report issued by the FIFA appointed Independent Expert consultant on the league format for the 2015 season.
Chelsea to face Manchester City in a crunch match, Man United set to revenge while Arsenal at home to give their new boy a chance...
Kenya Premier League champions Gor Mahia are considering of dropping Ugandan defender...
Africa has described the failed International Criminal Court (ICC) case against President Uhuru Kenyatta as a major victory for the entire Continent.
According to club Assistant Secretary General Ronald Ngala, there are high hopes Kagere may sign for the 14 time champions.
Chelsea striker Diego Costa will miss his side's top-of-the-table Premier League clash against Manchester City after losing his appeal against a charge of violent conduct
Over 100 human resource heads and practitioners from the East African region will be meeting in Nairobi from 22-24 April, 2015 to discuss ways of preparing their organizations for the future in light of the emerging trends in the market.
Jotun, one of the world’s major paint manufacturers, has announced a significant investment in Kenya, with an aim to strengthen its market presence in the East Africa region.
Kenyan Rita Jeptoo, winner of the Boston and Chicago marathons for the last two years, has been banned
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- Keter’s honesty is refreshing, MPs’ work is to break the law Peter Kimani I am getting to like Nandi Hills MP Alfred Keter every time he opens his mouth to speak, especially when he is a little slurred, so the syllables are well enunciated, eliminating any prospects of being misquoted.
- Simplify the language used by lawyers Pravin Bowry All our laws are written in the English language and centuries old English laws still apply in the country.