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Malawi President strips deputy of powers over graft
Malawi's President Lazarus Chakwera relieves his Vice President Saulos Chilima of all delegated powers after he was named in a corruption scandal
By George Maringa 1 month ago
Malawi President strips deputy of powers over graft
Taiwan hits back at China over Strait waterway
The Strait waterway has been a frequent source of military tension since the defeated Republic of China government fled to Taiwan in 1949 after losing a civil war with the communists.
By Agencies 1 month ago
Taiwan hits back at China over Strait waterway
Firm ranks local group among change agents
Bridgespan Group, which is guiding the philanthropic choices of many US donors, featured Shining Hope for Communities (Shofco) among the most impactful community groups.
By Agencies 2 months ago
Firm ranks local group among change agents
China's stance on Russia-Ukraine conflict cause capital flight
China is facing a huge trust deficit from international investors as it witnessed a portfolio outflow worth nearly Sh1.8 trillion
By Agencies 3 months ago
China's stance on Russia-Ukraine conflict cause capital flight
Huge loan from China suffocating Sri Lanka's economy
Between 2005 and 2017, China provided Sri Lanka with economic assistance worth Sh1.5 trillion, including a host of infrastructure projects
By Agencies 3 months ago
Huge loan from China suffocating Sri Lanka's economy
Mastermind of Mumbai terror attacks Hafiz Saeed handed 31 jail term
Hafiz Saeed was handed 31-years in jail by Pakistan for terror-related charges
By Agencies 3 months ago
Mastermind of Mumbai terror attacks Hafiz Saeed handed 31 jail term
Tibet continues to witness human rights violations - Report
According to an IFFRAS report, Tibet came off as the second least free country after Syria, and South Sudan
By Agencies 3 months ago
Tibet continues to witness human rights violations - Report
India signs cooperation with Maldives
India and Maldives signed cooperation agreement in the field of education
By Agencies 4 months ago
 India signs cooperation with Maldives
FIFA doping official dies after Nigeria-Ghana World Cup playoff
A FIFA doping official collapsed and died from a suspected heart attack following the World Cup playoff tie between Nigeria and Ghana on Tuesday, officials said.
By Reuters 4 months ago
FIFA doping official dies after Nigeria-Ghana World Cup playoff
Kenya Covid-19 infections up by 7
Covid-19: 7 people test positive from 4,166 samples in last 24 hrs, a positivity rate of 0.2 per cent; 9 patients recover pushing recoveries to 317,633.
By Betty Njeru 4 months ago
Kenya Covid-19 infections up by 7
Top scorer in 2021 KCPE eyes political career
At least 11,857 candidates scored 400 marks and above in last year’s exam, and some 315,275 pupils scored between 300-399 marks.
By Betty Njeru 4 months ago
Top scorer in 2021 KCPE eyes political career
Ukraine's Zelenskiy skeptical about Russian pullback near Kyiv
Ukraine and its Western allies on Wednesday dismissed a Russian military pullback from near Kyiv as a ploy to refit troops after heavy losses.
By Reuters 4 months ago
Ukraine's Zelenskiy skeptical about Russian pullback near Kyiv
Petascale Supercomputer installed in India’s oldest institute
The new technological advancement will offer computational power to the computer users
By Agencies 4 months ago
Petascale Supercomputer installed in India’s oldest institute
Indian orbiter makes new discovery about distribution of gas in moon’s atmosphere
The new discovery of Argon-40 gas can offer new insights into the lunar surroundings
By Agencies 4 months ago
Indian orbiter makes new discovery about distribution of gas in moon’s atmosphere
Sri Lanka reaches out to IMF for help amidst rising national debt
IMF had warned of ballooning national debt in Sri Lanka as the economy faces “mounting challenges”
By Agencies 5 months ago
Sri Lanka reaches out to IMF for help amidst rising national debt
First pig heart transplant recipient dies
Bennett's son called the procedure a "miracle." His new heart functioned "very well for several weeks without any signs of rejection,"
By Winfrey Owino 5 months ago
First pig heart transplant recipient dies
Ukraine negotiator suspected of being a Russian spy shot dead
Kireev who sat on the Ukrainian side in last week's peace negotiation in Belarus was killed by Ukrainian forces on suspicion of being a Russian spy
By Agencies 5 months ago
Ukraine negotiator suspected of being a Russian spy shot dead
10 killed, 35 injured after Russia bombs Ukraine’s Freedom Square
An opera house, a concert hall and regional government headquarters were also hit in Freedom Square, in the centre of the north-eastern city.
By Winfrey Owino 5 months ago
10 killed, 35 injured after Russia bombs Ukraine’s Freedom Square
China out to use border villages to buttress its territorial claims
The Party, in an effort to rein in Chinese 'citizens' for moving them towards the 'model villages', has been carrying out propaganda through the media
By Agencies 5 months ago
China out to use border villages to buttress its territorial claims
Ukraine president rejects US offer to vacate Kyiv, asks for ammunition
Ukrainian president has been marked as 'number one target by Russian forces
By Agencies 5 months ago
Ukraine president rejects US offer to vacate Kyiv, asks for ammunition
A cargo ship full of luxury cars on fire in the middle of the Ocean
The Felicity Ace which had 22 crew members on board, can carry over 17,000 metric tons of cargo
By Agencies 6 months ago
A cargo ship full of luxury cars on fire in the middle of the Ocean
China detain nomadic Tibetans over politically sensitive material on cell phones
Authorities summoned the Tibetans to the police station and asked them if they possessed any politically sensitive materials
By Agencies 6 months ago
China detain nomadic Tibetans over politically sensitive material on cell phones
Tibetans in-exile celebrate 109th anniversary of 'Tibetan Independence Day'
Activists raised their voices to send a clear message to China by saying that "Tibetans shall be happy in the land of Tibet
By Agencies 6 months ago
Tibetans in-exile celebrate 109th anniversary of 'Tibetan Independence Day'
Global outrage over fate of missing Afghan women activists
The UN has sought information from the Taliban on the reported detentions by the outfit
By Agencies 6 months ago
Global outrage over fate of missing Afghan women activists
Taiwan condemns joint Russia-China statement opposing island's independence
The foreign ministry maintains that Taiwan and China are not subordinate to each other
By Agencies 6 months ago
Taiwan condemns joint Russia-China statement opposing island's independence
China targets Taiwan with new disinformation campaign
Chinese content farms use hundreds of fake accounts to reach 'every corner of society,
By Agencies 6 months ago
China targets Taiwan with new disinformation campaign
Taliban teargases Afghan women protesting for rights in Kabul
Women have been prohibited from travelling without having their faces covered in public transport
By Agencies 7 months ago
Taliban teargases Afghan women protesting for rights in Kabul
Access to internet restricted in Kazakhstan due to protests
At least 164 people were killed and more than 5,000 detained during violent upheaval in Kazakhstan
By Agencies 7 months ago
Access to internet restricted in Kazakhstan due to protests
Hong Kong activists to remain in custody due to Beijing-imposed controversial law
Some media outlets in Hong Kong have been forced to close with their editors put behind bars
By Agencies 7 months ago
Hong Kong activists to remain in custody due to Beijing-imposed controversial law
Will Ghana finally banish their Afcon demons in this year’s show?
To be a supporter of the Ghanaian football team over the last four decades is to be familiar with sorrow and acquainted with grief.
By Agencies 7 months ago
Will Ghana finally banish their Afcon demons in this year’s show?
NBA reduces COVID return time for players
NBA and the players’ union have reportedly agreed on a new health and safety protocol for vaccinated and asymptomatic players.
By Agencies 7 months ago
NBA reduces COVID return time for players
Malawi President strips deputy of powers over graft
Malawi's President Lazarus Chakwera relieves his Vice President Saulos Chilima of all delegated powers after he was named in a corruption scandal
By George Maringa 1 month ago
Malawi President strips deputy of powers over graft
Taiwan hits back at China over Strait waterway
The Strait waterway has been a frequent source of military tension since the defeated Republic of China government fled to Taiwan in 1949 after losing a civil war with the communists.
By Agencies 1 month ago
Taiwan hits back at China over Strait waterway
Firm ranks local group among change agents
Bridgespan Group, which is guiding the philanthropic choices of many US donors, featured Shining Hope for Communities (Shofco) among the most impactful community groups.
By Agencies 2 months ago
Firm ranks local group among change agents
China's stance on Russia-Ukraine conflict cause capital flight
China is facing a huge trust deficit from international investors as it witnessed a portfolio outflow worth nearly Sh1.8 trillion
By Agencies 3 months ago
China's stance on Russia-Ukraine conflict cause capital flight
Huge loan from China suffocating Sri Lanka's economy
Between 2005 and 2017, China provided Sri Lanka with economic assistance worth Sh1.5 trillion, including a host of infrastructure projects
By Agencies 3 months ago
Huge loan from China suffocating Sri Lanka's economy
Mastermind of Mumbai terror attacks Hafiz Saeed handed 31 jail term
Hafiz Saeed was handed 31-years in jail by Pakistan for terror-related charges
By Agencies 3 months ago
Mastermind of Mumbai terror attacks Hafiz Saeed handed 31 jail term
Tibet continues to witness human rights violations - Report
According to an IFFRAS report, Tibet came off as the second least free country after Syria, and South Sudan
By Agencies 3 months ago
Tibet continues to witness human rights violations - Report
India signs cooperation with Maldives
India and Maldives signed cooperation agreement in the field of education
By Agencies 4 months ago
 India signs cooperation with Maldives
FIFA doping official dies after Nigeria-Ghana World Cup playoff
A FIFA doping official collapsed and died from a suspected heart attack following the World Cup playoff tie between Nigeria and Ghana on Tuesday, officials said.
By Reuters 4 months ago
FIFA doping official dies after Nigeria-Ghana World Cup playoff