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Honeymoon is over for Kenya Kwanza and tempers are flaring
With a tumultuous past many months, the excitement seemed to have faded and as Ruto tries to steer the ship through troubled waters, disquiet looms within.
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Honeymoon is over for Kenya Kwanza and tempers are flaring
From AI, magical Faith to end of KCPE, here are 26 events that made 2023 outstanding
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From AI, magical Faith to end of KCPE, here are 26 events that made 2023 outstanding
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Wins, fumbles and in-betweens for President and the country
Mass demonstrations by Azimio on the cost of living shaped the year's politics.
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Experts: Kibaki would be shocked at Rutonomics
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As Christmas nears, Sue will sponsor many people to execute her nefarious activities.
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The rich man ferried to his house basic goods that he knew the people would come looking for. Salt, flour, grain, milk and drums of muratina, which was the fuel that ran the place.
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Harold's dream and the rich man of Gitegi's tales
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If a local government just sits while the price of sugar approaches that of a kidney, then it is clearly in cahoots with the oppressors.
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What protests mean to the people of Gitegi
Why I'm to blame for damning prophecy on Harold
Nine out of 10 times your pastor says they have heard from, or seen, The Lord, consider the use of more than just a pinch of salt in that statement.
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Harold and his disdain for the Judiciary
Kenya neglected its women during the Covid-19 pandemic
Financial support from public, private sector not forthcoming. A sizable number lost jobs or source of income to pandemic.
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Praying the cost of living down
So Harold is about to pull the biggest heist of his career, praying for an economy while those who should be fixing it continue to do very little to right it.
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From sports to entertainment, Saudi redefines its global role
3 of the 4 active Ballon d’Or winners will be plying their trade in Saudi Arabia. A US-based PGA Tour and LIV Gold deal will see the finest golfers playing there, some for the first time ever.
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Honeymoon is over for Kenya Kwanza and tempers are flaring
With a tumultuous past many months, the excitement seemed to have faded and as Ruto tries to steer the ship through troubled waters, disquiet looms within.
By 2 months ago
Honeymoon is over for Kenya Kwanza and tempers are flaring
From AI, magical Faith to end of KCPE, here are 26 events that made 2023 outstanding
The phenomenal Kipyegon had her best year. Within a week in June, Kipyegon shattered the 1,500m and 5,000m world records, before breaking the one-mile record the month after.
By 3 months ago
From AI, magical Faith to end of KCPE, here are 26 events that made 2023 outstanding
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Wins, fumbles and in-betweens for President and the country
Mass demonstrations by Azimio on the cost of living shaped the year's politics.
By 3 months ago
Wins, fumbles and in-betweens for President and the country
Jamhuri and sale of false hope
Gitegi has no heroes who fought for independence, and we still see traces of Harold’s colonial rule in Sue’s administration.
By 3 months ago
Jamhuri and sale of false hope
Premium
Experts: Kibaki would be shocked at Rutonomics
Economist Ken Gichinga, who heads Mentoria Economics, says that Kibaki’s playbook entailed easily availing of money to the private sector and thus powering the economy in an unprecedented way.
By 4 months ago
Experts: Kibaki would be shocked at Rutonomics
How Sue has village running in circles
As Christmas nears, Sue will sponsor many people to execute her nefarious activities.
By 4 months ago
How Sue has village running in circles
Harold's dream and the rich man of Gitegi's tales
The rich man ferried to his house basic goods that he knew the people would come looking for. Salt, flour, grain, milk and drums of muratina, which was the fuel that ran the place.
By 8 months ago
Harold's dream and the rich man of Gitegi's tales
What protests mean to the people of Gitegi
If a local government just sits while the price of sugar approaches that of a kidney, then it is clearly in cahoots with the oppressors.
By 8 months ago
What protests mean to the people of Gitegi
Why I'm to blame for damning prophecy on Harold
Nine out of 10 times your pastor says they have heard from, or seen, The Lord, consider the use of more than just a pinch of salt in that statement.
By 8 months ago
Why I'm to blame for damning prophecy on Harold
Praying the cost of living down
So Harold is about to pull the biggest heist of his career, praying for an economy while those who should be fixing it continue to do very little to right it.
By 9 months ago
Praying the cost of living down
Kenya neglected its women during the Covid-19 pandemic
Financial support from public, private sector not forthcoming. A sizable number lost jobs or source of income to pandemic.
By 9 months ago
Kenya neglected its women during the Covid-19 pandemic
Harold and his disdain for the Judiciary
The executive is happy. The Judiciary, not quite. This TV is used to watch Arsenal lose matches every weekend, with Chelsea quickly replacing them when fortunes look up for the former.
By 9 months ago
Harold and his disdain for the Judiciary
How women bore the brunt of Covid-19 including abuse during lockdown
Women in informal sector struggled for necessary during the pandemic. The government, a new report says, did little to rescue women.
By 9 months ago
How women bore the brunt of Covid-19 including abuse during lockdown
Premium
From sports to entertainment, Saudi redefines its global role
3 of the 4 active Ballon d’Or winners will be plying their trade in Saudi Arabia. A US-based PGA Tour and LIV Gold deal will see the finest golfers playing there, some for the first time ever.
By 9 months ago
From sports to entertainment, Saudi redefines its global role
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Honeymoon is over for Kenya Kwanza and tempers are flaring
With a tumultuous past many months, the excitement seemed to have faded and as Ruto tries to steer the ship through troubled waters, disquiet looms within.
By 2 months ago
Honeymoon is over for Kenya Kwanza and tempers are flaring
From AI, magical Faith to end of KCPE, here are 26 events that made 2023 outstanding
The phenomenal Kipyegon had her best year. Within a week in June, Kipyegon shattered the 1,500m and 5,000m world records, before breaking the one-mile record the month after.
By 3 months ago
From AI, magical Faith to end of KCPE, here are 26 events that made 2023 outstanding
Premium
Wins, fumbles and in-betweens for President and the country
Mass demonstrations by Azimio on the cost of living shaped the year's politics.
By 3 months ago
Wins, fumbles and in-betweens for President and the country
Jamhuri and sale of false hope
Gitegi has no heroes who fought for independence, and we still see traces of Harold’s colonial rule in Sue’s administration.
By 3 months ago
Jamhuri and sale of false hope
Premium
Experts: Kibaki would be shocked at Rutonomics
Economist Ken Gichinga, who heads Mentoria Economics, says that Kibaki’s playbook entailed easily availing of money to the private sector and thus powering the economy in an unprecedented way.
By 4 months ago
Experts: Kibaki would be shocked at Rutonomics
How Sue has village running in circles
As Christmas nears, Sue will sponsor many people to execute her nefarious activities.
By 4 months ago
How Sue has village running in circles
Harold's dream and the rich man of Gitegi's tales
The rich man ferried to his house basic goods that he knew the people would come looking for. Salt, flour, grain, milk and drums of muratina, which was the fuel that ran the place.
By 8 months ago
Harold's dream and the rich man of Gitegi's tales
What protests mean to the people of Gitegi
If a local government just sits while the price of sugar approaches that of a kidney, then it is clearly in cahoots with the oppressors.
By 8 months ago
What protests mean to the people of Gitegi
Why I'm to blame for damning prophecy on Harold
Nine out of 10 times your pastor says they have heard from, or seen, The Lord, consider the use of more than just a pinch of salt in that statement.
By 8 months ago
Why I'm to blame for damning prophecy on Harold
Praying the cost of living down
So Harold is about to pull the biggest heist of his career, praying for an economy while those who should be fixing it continue to do very little to right it.
By 9 months ago
Praying the cost of living down
Kenya neglected its women during the Covid-19 pandemic
Financial support from public, private sector not forthcoming. A sizable number lost jobs or source of income to pandemic.
By 9 months ago
Kenya neglected its women during the Covid-19 pandemic
Harold and his disdain for the Judiciary
The executive is happy. The Judiciary, not quite. This TV is used to watch Arsenal lose matches every weekend, with Chelsea quickly replacing them when fortunes look up for the former.
By 9 months ago
Harold and his disdain for the Judiciary
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