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Ivory Coast has closed its land borders with Ebola-affected West African neighbours Guinea and Liberia in an attempt to prevent the world's deadliest outbreak of the virus from spreading to its territory, the government said.
Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal's status as serious contenders for the Premier League title will be given a stern examination by Everton on Saturday.
Homa Bay Governor Cyprian Awiti has ordered the formation of an inter-ministerial committee to help coordinate a renewed fight against HIV/AIDS in the County.
It's not often that Michael Phelps gets upstaged in the pool, especially when he wins. But that's exactly what happened at the Pan Pacific championships on Saturday.
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has announced it will hold a meeting on September 27 to fill up three sensitive posts, a move which was swiftly opposed by one of the officials whose post is to be filled.
The much-anticipated departure of Gor Mahia head coach Bobby Willimson is finally here.
The ‘hardest’ league in the world, the English Premier League, opened last weekend with the Man United versus Swansea game.
This has been an interesting week for Kenya football.
A five-year-old child died Saturday at Mategeta village in Narok South Sub-County after consuming the remains of a dead cow that is believed to have died of anthrax.
AFC Leopards will appeal against a decision to re-play a Kenyan Premier League (KPL) match against Sony Sugar
The only realistic trophy remaining for both AFC Leopards and Mathare United to win this season is the GOtv shield.
Manchester United will go in search of their first Premier League win under manager Louis van Gaal when they travel to Sunderland on Sunday.
Bumula MP Boniface Otsyula was Friday night injured in a road accident along the Nakuru-Eldoret highway.
Barcelona will be looking to put a disastrous end to last season behind them when they open their new La Liga campaign at home to Elche on Sunday.
Flamingos romped to a nine-wicket win after Nairobi Falcons batting collapsed to set a 57-run target in the one-off National Junior Girls Championships at Sir Ali Muslim Club yesterday.
Five people have been killed and eight others seriously wounded after a matatu plunged into Athi River along Nairobi-Mombasa Highway.
It is not likely that a doctor will indulge in front of a patient. However, it is important for a patient's well-being for doctors to be healthy as well and practice what they preach.
At only 22, Dohr has already worked with the best in the music industry and believes time is ripe for her to come out and stake her claim, writes TONY MOCHAMA
Two Football Kenya Federation (FKF) branches support a special general meeting to replace suspended and expelled officials from the federation and said they would front their candidates for the vacant positions.
A man in Mombasa is in deep pain after suffering an abnormal erection which started three weeks ago.
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