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Nine healthy things to do while

There are activities that will not only occupy your time but also improve your wellness during the lockdown (Shutterstock) We speak to a few professionals and put together a list of activities that will not only occupy your time but also improve your wellness during the coronavirus lockdown ALSO READ:

Telkom pulls plug on nearly 25,000

Telkom Kenya has shut down almost 90 per cent of its mobile money agent network T-Kash. The move follows a fresh push by the telco to revamp its fintech unit in a challenging market environment, even as it admitted several missteps. According to the latest industry data from the Communications

Alikiba talks about his long term

Alikiba has shocked many with his latest music project which he featured Diamond Platnumz baby mama, Hamisa Mobetto. As seen on Instagram and YouTube indeed the two put out an incredible piece of work leaving many praising the King of Bongo music! Ali Kiba with Hamisa Mobetto Others have also

Ako Sawa Na Malaika! Photo of

A photo of Bush Sande, who is comedian Dr Ofweneke’s daughter is breaking the internet. The father of three shared a photo of his youngest child with wife Christine, born early this year and the internet is going crazy. Also read; She is so adorbs! Dr Ofweneke’s daughter How a

The Standard – Kenya: No crowds,

Team Europe’s Ian Poulter and Tommy Fleetwood during the 2018 Ryder Cup. [Reuters] Europe’s Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington believes the biennial match with the United States should be postponed if fans are ordered to stay away due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 48-year-old Irishman told the BBC yesterday the

Oil Markets Are a Mess. Can

Usually it’s the world’s major oil-producing countries that step in when a big drop in prices roils the oil market. But these are not normal times. On Friday, a day after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and other producers led by Russia are set to hold their own

KRA to pay whistleblowers Sh500,000 for

Economy KRA to pay whistleblowers Sh500,000 for revealing tax cheats Thursday, April 9, 2020 1:00 By CONSTANT MUNDA KRA headquarters, Times Tower. FILE PHOTO | NMG  The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) will pay Sh500, 000 to whistleblowers who will reveal businesses and individuals that breach of tax law, offering an

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