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Kenyan artis in a multi-million shilling trade, but making nothing

Despite operating in a multimillion shilling industry, he is still living from hand to mouth, while his brokers smile all the way to the bank. One cannot afford not to… Read more »

Doctors said it was cheaper to fly me home alive than dead— Mama Oliech reveals her battle with cancer in France

Down the dusty Karandini region, off Naivasha Road in Dagoretti Corner, stands an old and rusty mabati structure, that has seen better days. Outside the ‘café’ a big black frying… Read more »

It’s over, says pilot’s wife posted on Facebook for being promiscuous

A woman who has allegedly been cheating on her pilot husband with a driving instructor, has gone to the police after her husband posted pictures of her love life online…. Read more »

Emily Thaara Njuki : From Hawking to running my own 300 Million firm

Hawking opened unimaginable doors for me. Emily Thaara Njuki landed a job by chance. She had gone to an office to hawk jewellery and ended up getting employment. She learnt… Read more »

Education CS Jacob Kaimenyi is going nowhere as impeachment flops

Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi on Wednesday survived an impeachment vote after MPs failed to meet the threshold needed to set up a select committee to probe allegations of misconduct… Read more »

Former Banker Speaks Of Her Time In Prison And Her New Life

Teresa Njoroge was a high-flying banker but in April 2008, while undertaking her routine assignments at work, one of the clients she served that day was to be the one… Read more »

The Immortals: The Gatabakis: I believe you, ‘elimu ni mali’

Senior Chief Peter Gatabaki of Thakwa, Githunguri, on the outskirts of Nairobi, married two wives – the late Esther Wangari and Hannah Wangui, who died in 2012. The least Senior… Read more »

Driver mints millions from three-acre plot at Kamahuha village, Murang’a County

Fredrick Kinyanjui grows tissue culture bananas, grafted custard apple (matomoko), mangoes and Hass avocados. To maximise space, Kinyanjui intercrops trees with fruits What goes through your mind when you see… Read more »

Our journey to the altar has been long and eventful

The colourful wedding of Hon. Isaac Mwaura to Mukami Their first date was in August 2012. The venue: a coffee house on  Nairobi’s Mama Ngina Street. He was an adviser… Read more »

Do you know your woman rep?

There has been a lot of concern and public outcry that women representatives across the country have failed to honour their promises and work for the development of their respective… Read more »

Kenyans Win Rain-Soaked BAA 10K

Daniel Salel and Mary Wacera splashed the fastest on Sunday in Boston. Racing through a heavy rain that fell consistently from start to finish, Kenyans Daniel Salel and Mary Wacera… Read more »

Nelius Kariuki: Woman of many firsts about to call it quits from corporation board

In a country where women directors are a rarity on company boards, Mrs Nelius Wanjiru Kariuki can easily claim to be a trailblazer. The confident gait as she strides into… Read more »

Kenyan women bikers riding in the fast lane

Nelson Mandela once said that courage is not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. For bikers Su (Susan Mulei), Njeri Mwangi and Tayiani Sempele, each time they… Read more »

Return of Ngugi wa Thiong’o with his writing children

Renowned author Ngugi wa Thiong’o, 77, returned to Alliance High School this week with a bright red shuka draped over his shoulder – having been freshly enthroned as an elder… Read more »

Bensouda’s headache as ‘star witness’ refuses to testify

International Criminal Court Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda’s headache as ‘star witness’ refuses to testify International Criminal Court (ICC) chief prosecutor Fatou Besouda could be headed for yet another embarrassing legal… Read more »