• August 9, 2020
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Quartet to make Impala debut at

Xavier Bett and Antony Nyandigisi are named as Impala’s halfbacks for Saturday’s Floodies quarterfinal clash with Menengai Oilers at Impala Club from 5.50pm. Coach Oscar Osir named up to four debutants in Givens Onyango and Bravin Onyango who join from Blak Blad, Frans Obudo from Nondies and Steve ‘Security’ Oteino

Nonso Amadi reveals his top 5

The Toronto-based Afro-fusion and R&B singer is one of Africa’s young artists rewriting music and pushing boundaries on both sides of the Atlantic. The 23-year-old artist is a self-taught producer, writer and singer. He is famous for his ever-green tracks such as Tonight, No Crime, Radio, Emergency’ to mention but

Declining quality of tea blamed on

By GERALD ANDAEMore by this Author Stakeholders in the tea industry say the rapid growth in capacity of factories is compromising the quality of the beverage in the market, leading to falling prices of the commodity in the international market. The declining quality, say tea buyers, has negatively impacted the

New test for women marathoners as

It will be the women marathon runners who are first to experience unique circumstances for a championship race in Doha. At midnight on day one, a field of about 70 runners will set off under floodlighting on a looped course along the waterfront of Doha’s famous Corniche connecting Doha Bay

Shafik Batambuze: Gor Mahia defender pleads

– A knee injury has kept Batambuze sidelined, limiting his appearances for K’Ogalo this injury – The Ugandan defender requires a surgery to sort out the recurring problem – The KPL champions are said to be unable to raise KSh 400,000 for the procedure Gor Mahia defender Shafik Batambuze has

Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe to

– There was standoff between government and Mugabe’s family over place of burial – State wanted the former president buried at National Heroes Acre while family wanted him buried at his home – The two finally agreed to have the former strongman buried at his home in Zvimba district –

That stomach ache could be a

By ELIZABETH MERABMore by this Author The discomfort started like a normal stomach upset on a Friday, late last month. And he ignored the distress, because, like many Kenyan men, Kelvin’s health-seeking behaviour is reduced to only when the pain is too much to bear. “I thought the upset was