Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan visits war-torn Somalia
Erdogan praises the "major developments" seen in Somalia.

Kenya salvage pride but hard work remains
Captain Rakep Patel and all-rounder Nelson Mandela Odhiambo got the Kenyan innings back on track....

Muketha flies high in KQ Series
Muketha won two return tickets to any Africa KQ destination of his choice....

Zambia?s new president takes up top job after disputed poll
New leader faces a challenge of creating jobs for thousands of youth....

Boko Haram attacks Nigerian city as US Secretary arrives
Militants launched dawn raid on village on the outskirts of Maiduguri....

Jakaya Kikwete appoints new ministers for energy and lands
Move follows the exit of former ministers for the two dockets over corruption allegations....

Signs are that West Africa may soon be declared Ebola-free
On Friday, the BBC reported the first batch of experimental vaccine against Ebola arrived in Liberia....

It?s time to cut out the cancer of hate speech
The politics of hate speech is similar to racism in the Western world....

Arts & Culture: Why Kenyan music industry still lags behind
Lack of a structured, centralised body to regulate the production, sale and consumption of music is ruining the industry in the country....

Kenya: 2015 AFCON action a low-key affair
That the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) has not ‘disrupted' peoples' lives as it happens with the World Cup is a travesty of justice....

Kenya: One day Kenyans will stop asking, 'Do you know someone there?'
It is that time of the year when school principals go underground. When you call, their phones say, "Mteja wa nambari uliopiga hapatikani kwa sasa."...

Kenya: The parrot and the two big men
“Onyango yawa, Onyango yawa, Onyangooo!” Onyango turned around with a big smile, “You see, I told you. This bird knows me”...

Kenya: Alcohol and junk food sellers throw bash to celebrate breaking of New Year resolutions
Most of the resolutions made that were affecting the aforementioned sectors negatively include quitting smoking and cheating, reducing alcohol intake or quitting altogether, and eating healthy....

Kenya: To those who have, more will be added
I don't know which clever fool decided that Form One students should report to school in February, when parents are still reeling from Christmas bloat and the January famine....

Kenya: Pastors' wives, reclaim your positions, and save us from these randy priests!
The blame, it appears, needs to go to the people who should sap that energy in the first place: pastors' wives. The wives of Kenyan pastors are generally a lazy lot....

Kenya: Ban male clerics to save religion from being a preserve of perverts and terrorists
Our pastors seem to take the “lay” in lay members quite literally, and have taken to satiating their sexual appetites rather liberally, generally by feeding on other people's wives all in the name o...