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Kenya won a total of 42 medals (22 gold, two silver and 18 bronze) as the 14th edition of Special Olympics World Summer Games ended yesterday in Los Angeles, USA.
Kenya face a daunting task to make it to the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in rugby sevens, which is making a comeback after over 15 years.
Despite missing out on the top prize, two Gor Mahia players will be glad to have won individual awards in the just concluded Kagame Inter-club championships in Tanzania.
Commonwealth Games javelin champion Julius Yego said his world lead throw of 91.39 metres and other records his rivals hold will mean nothing when they meet at the Bird’s Nest Stadium in Beijing.
Zico returns a Ranger: Former Gor Mahia coach Otieno hired at Posta weeks after losing job at Sony Sugar
Former Sony Sugar coach Zedekiah Otieno is back on the pitch after signing a six month contract with Posta Rangers.
The Pharmacy and Poisons Board has embraced the Integrated Financial Management Information Systems (IFMIS) and National Electronic Single Window System in its operations.
The US will buy Kenya a software to help track illicit money coming into the country. This is as the American government moves in to support Kenya’s fight against money laundering.
Housing Finance, an integrated property and financial solutions provider, has announced the establishment of a non-operating holding company, HF Group Limited, following approval by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK).
Kenya has fallen behind Tanzania and Rwanda as the top investment destination in East Africa, dampening the country's ambition to become a regional leader in tapping foreign direct investment.
Safaricom has partnered with Google to launch a traffic mobile application that offers motorists access to accurate and real-time traffic information. It is based on crowd-sourced data from other road users.
Equity Bank's recent entry into Kenya's mobile telephony sub-sector has disrupted the market share of traditional mobile service providers.
Kiambu County has taken the lead in the Government's digital transformation drive with the launch of a new digital platform.
China Southern Airlines will Wenesday make its inaugural flight to Kenya from Guangzhou, in a move expected to boost the tourism sector but also raise the competition bar for Kenya Airways, which was guaranteed business from customers from Nairobi who wanted to connect to other Chinese cities.
Rafa Benitez is confident Karim Benzema will stay at Real Madrid.
Following the conclusion of the sixth Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) held in Nairobi and co-hosted by President Uhuru Kenyatta and US President Barack Obama, women emerged one of the biggest winners.
Over the past few weeks, I have keenly followed the conversation around certain institutions that have been in the public eye, and for all the wrong reasons.
For the second year running, Kenya Airways (KQ), has made staggering losses. Its latest financial report shows the airline made over Sh25 billion losses.
Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has asked a Nairobi court to dismiss an application seeking the cancellation of his bond in case he is charged with incitement.
Health Cabinet Secretary James Macharia now wants the High Court to dismiss a case challenging the implementation of new tobacco regulations.
A decision by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Keriako Tobiko to charge a policeman for allegedly kidnapping Embu County Assembly Speaker Kariuki Mate will cost him dearly.
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