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August gaming buffet to feast on

Despite the high number of games that have been released and several well-publicised delays, things are looking good this particular month.
By Boniface Mithika Aug. 7, 2022
The resurgence of film in Kenya
You may notice that there are more popular Kenyan faces on your screen each time you turn on a video subscription service.
By Kirsten Kanja Aug. 7, 2022
A movie star enlists a parking valet at a Beverly Hills restaurant to pose as her lover to cover for her relationship with a married man.
By Winnie Makena Aug. 5, 2022
Robert gives an objective insight into the state of our country’s culture and society at the birth of its independence.
By Muhunyo Maina Jul. 31, 2022
Speaking yesterday after the first day of performance, the director Stuart Nash said the experience was the highlight of his career.
By Ferdinand Mwongela Jul. 31, 2022
Based on the 2009 novel of the same name, the ‘Gray Man’ follows the CIA’s most skilled operative, whose true identity is unknown to anyone.
By Winnie Makena Jul. 28, 2022
If you thought Door Knockers Cyphers had concluded after Season 2, you are wrong.
By Boniface Mithika Jul. 28, 2022
President Uhuru Kenyatta has hailed the renovation of the Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi, saying the historical grounds had suffered decades of neglect.
Hip hop has made its way into almost every area of popular culture. From film to fashion and everything in between.
By Boniface Mithika Jul. 25, 2022
Mulwa’s commitment to the stage, was undeniable. In 1996 when while acting in the production of Francis Imbuga’s play, The Successor, he broke his leg, mid-play.
By Mbugua Ngunjiri Jul. 24, 2022
Benga musician, Dan Aceda, was only 19 or 20 when he released the smash hit, Sana Sana.
By Jacqueline Mahugu Jul. 23, 2022
One on one with Sanura actress Ivy Ngatia.
By Dan Kipchumba Jul. 21, 2022
A case of mistaken identity forces a bumbling entrepreneur to team up with a notorious assassin in hopes of staying alive.
By Winnie Makena Jul. 21, 2022
This year’s AKO Caine prize for African writing has gone to Kenyan writer Idza Luhumyo for her short story Five Years Next Sunday
By Fay Ngina Jul. 20, 2022