• July 15, 2020
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5 tips Adelle can teach us

Adelle has taught us how to keep fighting for our dreams Adelle Onyangowww.adelleonyango.com Keeping your dreams alive is one of the hardest things to do and in most cases, people simply give up. It’s hard but not impossible. Just look at Adelle. Recently, our faith has been cemented by Adelle

With easing of COVID-19 restrictions, community

The easing of COVID-19 movement restrictions last week raised hope that the economy will finally begin to recover from the devastation of the pandemic. There is, however, a huge underlying risk of a surge in infections if Kenyans become complacent in adhering to health guidelines to curb the spread of

Inter move second, close in on

ROME, Italy, Jul 13 – Inter Milan put one foot in next season’s Champions League on Monday after coming from behind to beat relegation-threatened Torino 3-1 and move up to second place in Serie A. Antonio Conte’s Inter moved above Atalanta and Lazio to go eight points behind league leaders

PSC operations scaled down after 10

By NASIBO KABALE The Public Service Commission (PSC) has scaled down operations to minimise the spread of coronavirus after 10 employees tested positive. Acting Health Director-General Patrick Amoth Tuesday said the action would also ensure social distance among staff. “We will take measures in government institutions to ensure that we

Covid-19: What Ebola has taught us

One key take-away that containment of the world’s second-deadliest Ebola outbreak has taught us is that viruses do not take breaks. This was the overriding message health experts and scientists shared as they announced the end of the epidemic, which killed more than 2,000 people and involved the first widespread

Baby Drago’s diary: At long last,

Baby Drago ‘Pack haraka kabla huyo ‘My Fellow Kenyans’ a-change mind’ Auntie Fayie told my nanny (Photo: Courtesy) On Monday in the lunch time, as I eated managu (and green mbosho which my shosh has smacked me when I shout ‘Baby anakula ma-poo-poo’) in ushago, lunch time news comed. ALSO

IMF backs move to waive fees

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has given the thumbs up to a Central Bank of Kenya decision to waive fees for mobile money transactions of less than Sh1,000. In the report, the IMF said the move would help deepen financial inclusion in the country as more people that did not

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