We have to admit, Huddah has the body that both men and women would admire. However, attaining such a curvy and petite body wasn’t a walk in the park for the socialite. Huddah has had her fair share of struggles in coming up with such a body. With most of
Deceased rugby coach Benjamin Ayimba’s baby mama Gloria Moraa says she’s forgiven his family members for the tribulations they put her through before and after his death. In an emotional interview with Radio Jambo, Moraa, an actress who is famously referred to as Nyaboke also said she’d separated from the
By XINHUA Bujumbura, The European Union (EU) has started processes of lifting sanctions against Burundi that stop financial aid to the government, EU Ambassador to Burundi Claude Bochu said Monday. In March 2016, the EU suspended its direct financial support to the Burundian government following the political crisis sparked by the controversial
By JAMES ANYANZWA East African Community partner states are in the process of creating micro-pension schemes for employees in the informal sector to address the low pension coverage in the region, estimated at less than 10 percent. A new pension sector survey by global investment firm RisCura shows that Rwanda,
NAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 23 – The Nairobi office market performance remains under pressure owing to the lockdown restrictions imposed towards the end of the first quarter of the year, which impacted negatively on market activity. This is according to Anthony Havelock, Head of Agency, Knight Frank Kenya who says there
Hyundai driver Thierry Nauvile. [Photo: Courtesy] Hyundai Motorsport says Safari Rally is the place to put up their house in order after a disappointing outing in the Sardegna rally in Italy early this month. Sardegna was the fifth leg of the 2021 WRC series that heads to Estonia after Naivasha.
HONG KONG — Apple Daily, a defiantly pro-democracy newspaper in Hong Kong, said on Wednesday that it would cease operations, as the authorities ramped up pressure on the publication in a campaign that has raised concerns over the state of media freedoms in the city. The newspaper said it would