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A day to honour our warriors

SUNDAY MAGAZINE

Mashujaa Day, 2021, will go down in history as the day Kenyans were finally released from the constraints of the nationwide dusk to dawn curfew.

A day to honour our warriors

By Kirsten Kanja | 3 hours ago

Mashujaa Day: Only 3,000 guests allowed into the stadium for fete

Mashujaa Day: Only 3,000 guests allowed into the stadium for fete

With small crowds and a short programme, the Mashujaa Day fete ran like clockwork.

Wainaina Ndung'u and Ndungu Gachane | 3 days ago

Uhuru’s Sh25 billion stimulus package

The government is set to spend Sh25 billion on a stimulus package to support businesses and individuals as it seeks to reduce the impact of Covid-19.

Macharia Kamau | 3 days ago

Buses, restaurants and bars to profit from end of curfew

The lifting of the curfew yesterday by President Uhuru Kenyatta has come as a reprieve for many businesses.

Wainaina Wambu | 3 days ago

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