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Poverty pushing married women into commercial sex work

28 June 2016, 19:43

In the recent past there have been complains from both religious and political leaders in Nakuru county over the increase in number of women engaging in commercial sex work activities.

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TB patients protest as County Assembly ‘grabs’ treatment sites land

28 June 2016, 19:43

Tuberculosis patients in Isiolo County have staged demonstrations to protest the conversion of the treatment Manyattas land into County Assembly offices.

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Papa Wemba reaches out from the grave

28 June 2016, 19:43

A few weeks back, the world was shaken by the sudden and very public demise of Congolese Rhumba, Soukous and Ndombolo legend Papa Wemba (Jules Shungu Wembadio Pene Kikumba).

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SADC leaders meet in Botswana over instability in Lesotho

28 June 2016, 19:43

Leaders from the Southern African Development Community have converged in Botswana for a summit aimed at taking stock of the situation in Lesotho, reports say.

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Israel bans access for non-Muslims to holy site

28 June 2016, 19:43

Israeli police say they have banned non-Muslims from a contentious Jerusalem holy site following two days of clashes there with Palestinians rioters.

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Players did not lose faith in Hodgson - Rooney

28 June 2016, 19:43

England captain Wayne Rooney has rubbished reports that senior players called into question Roy Hodgson's management at Euro 2016.

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Omega-3s cut fatal heart attack risk 10 percent: study

28 June 2016, 19:43

Consuming foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon, sardines and anchovies, can reduce risk of a deadly heart attack by 10 percent, a study out Monday said.

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How Africa’s 1990s ‘poster boys’ use security fears to roll back democracy
28 June 2016, 18:47

Hopes of progression along a reformist democratic path in some key sub-Saharan African states appear to be receding. Greater democracy, enhanced freedom of speech and the media have all suffered setbacks in countries where hopes of change were high.


Kenyans celebrate Sawe' s pioneering High jump gold medal
28 June 2016, 18:47

Top figures in Kenyan athletics celebrated Mathew Sawe' s history-making men's high jump gold at the 17th CAA Senior Championships in Durban, South Africa that conclude on Sunday.

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How sky-high unemployment fuels consumer debt
by Susan Erasmus 16 June 2016 17:19 PM

Many South Africans are going into debt purely to survive as unemployment in South Africa spiralled to 26.7% – the highest since September 2005.

Why Kenyans Should Shun Tribalism by Hook or Crook
by  15 June 2016 16:02 PM

It is time we let go our tribal goggles, and isolate the real enemy from the crowd.