• February 28, 2020
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Fashion Friday Inspo: Carole Kinoti, Kenyan

Carole Kinoti will be showcasing her fashion collection at this year’s annual Fashion High Tea Veteran Kenyan fashion designer, Carole Kinoti, is this week’s Fashion Friday Inspo. For 15 years, she has worked in the fashion industry designing clothing for women of different shapes, sizes, ages and careers. ALSO READ:

Court stops land rates hike :

The High Court in Mombasa has temporarily stopped the county government from increasing land rates and amending the valuation roll 2011. Justice Silus Munyao yesterday issued conservatory orders barring the county from implementing and enforcing the rates. “This court is hereby pleased to grant a conservatory order to stay the

Papa Shirandula actress, Kawira shares secret

Kenyan popular actress, Kawira has spilled the beans on the secret to her happy marriage. Having exchanged vows with her hubby in November 2014, their marriage still remains solid and unshaken. Celebrity marriages have been known not to last and for the few that do, there must be a secret

Harusi tunayo! Mashirima Kapombe shows off

Mashirima Kapombe Citizen TV’S Mashirima Kapombe makes a beautiful bride. She has set the interwebs ablaze with photos of her as a nubile bride. Mashirima wrote on social media, “Nothing better than a happy bride. Don’t you agree?” She teased, “@zenayla_bridal_makeup make you feel like a princess. I certainly felt

Kenya: Nelson Havi Elected LSK President

Nairobi — Lawyer Nelson Havi is the new President of the Law Society of Kenya(LSK). Havi trounced his competitors lawyers Harriet Chaggai and Maria Mbeneka who were also vying for the same position. The elections presided over by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) took place in 36 polling

Saudi Arabia suspends entry for pilgrims

By AFPMore by this Author Saudi Arabia on Thursday suspended visas for visits to Islam’s holiest sites for the “umrah” pilgrimage, an unprecedented move triggered by coronavirus fears that raises questions over the annual hajj. The kingdom, which hosts millions of pilgrims every year in the cities of Mecca and

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