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If anyone won the Oscars this year it was Netflix – the prize for its industry disruption

No single film dominated the 2019 Academy Awards as in some years, but arguably Netflix emerges as the winner. It entered the awards as...

President Uhuru mourns Thayu Kamau, prominent Muranga businessman

President Uhuru Kenyatta has sent a message of condolence and encouragement to the family, relatives and friends of Mr. Thayu Kamau Kabugi, a prominent...

R&B Singer James Ingram passes on at 66.

By Pauline Katethya Grammy-Winning & Chart-Topping R&B Singer, passes on. Just a week after the death of the legendary afro-jazz artist, Oliver Mtukudzi, the world...

University of Nairobi land worth Ksh 2 Billion recovered by EACC

By Pauline Katethya THE Ethics and Anti- Corruption Commision team led by the new boss, Twalib Mbarak today presided over the repossession of a 2Billion...

Catholic Church: Our soildiers have done us proud

Catholics from the Don Bosco shrine yesterday held special prayers for Kenya security forces. Led by Bishop Rodrigo Mejia and more than 10 priests,...

Facebook, WhatsApp and Messenger to be merged

Social media giant Facebook has plans in the pipeline to merge its messaging services on WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger. The apps will be...

Pope Francis: The Devil wants division, but faith is about unity

By Gerald Gekara On Thursday, The catholic faithful gathered at Panama City's Coastal Belt to commemorate the Official Welcome and Opening Ceremony of World Youth...

Africa Loses a Legend. Oliver Mtukudzi dies at 66

By Pauline Katethya. It has been a sombre day for many people in the world following the demise of Afro-Jazz legend, Oliver Mtukudzi. Oliver...

President meets DP, top Jubilee mandarins in Mombasa

A day after the high noon drama caused by the appointment of Dr. Fred Matiang'i as a superior Minister, DP William Ruto flew to...

Ghost Pensioners cash in on electronic payments to siphon millions

By Gerald Gekara TREASURY has placed fraudsters who target pension cash from dead public servants through a notice to retirees to update their data by...

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