The Counties: Are bald men better in bed?

“I prefer my man tall, dark, bald and handsome,” a female friend shocked me recently.

Politics: More than 200 goons raid ODM county elections centre

More than 200 goons invaded ACK Guest House, which was being used by the Orange Democtratic Movement as an elections centre, and took away election material on Sunday night.

The Counties: Banange! Nairobi gals are too aggressive! - Ugandan comedian Patrick Salvador

I first came to Kenya in 2009 by bus. I had come to perform at the Uganda Night at the Carnivore

The Counties: Stop taking his bullcrap, let him go!

A friend has confided in me about her rocky relationship. They have been together with this man for almost a year and she says it has been a tough ride.

Kenya: Kenyan graft suspects banned from travelling to America

The US government has imposed travel bans on several top State officials implicated in corruption. Ambassador Robert Godec Monday revealed that there is indeed a list of officers banned from travelling to the US.

Business: How Youth Fund board set the stage for Sh181m to go missing from its accounts

Fresh details have emerged that show the Youth Enterprise Development Fund (YEDF) board sanctioned a change in bank signing instructions at the height of a plot that saw about Sh181 million wired out of the institution's account.

Politics: Tough questions await Uhuru's Cabinet choices

Cabinet nominees could be confronted with burning questions related to their previous stations as the process of vetting by Parliament gets underway Tuesday.

Kenya: Mwiraria too sick to face criminal charges, court told

Former Finance Minister David Mwiraria cannot stand trial as he is suffering from cancer, a court has heard.

Kenya: Strathmore employee succumbs to injuries after terror drill

An employee of Strathmore University died after she jumped from the third floor of a building during a security drill.

Kenya: EACC summons 14 Bomet county officials

EACC has issued court summons to 14 Bomet County officials to appear before Kericho Magistrate Court Tuesday to face corruption charges.

Sports: IAAF ethics commission suspends AK President Isaiah Kiplagat, two others

Three leading Kenyan athletics officials have been suspended by the ethics commission of athletics' governing body, the IAAF, over the "potential subversion of the anti-doping control process".

Readers Lounge: Your words are your thoughts; your actions are your future

So, stop the habit of letting nature take its cause while you can act.

Kenya: Rowdy youths attack Governor Ojaamong at Busibwabo, Matayos constituency

Rowdy youths attacked Busia governor Sospeter Ojaamong's entourage at Busibwabo, Matayos constituency injuring two members of his staff.

Business: Main man: Hair loss doctor

Is hair loss giving you sleepless nights and robbing you of your self esteem?

Nairobi residents worried over broken sewers and unchecked dumping in rivers

City Hall is not showing seriousness in bringing to an end the pollution of the Nairobi River basin.

World leaders pledge climate rescue at Paris meeting, but fault lines emerge

They gathered at a conference centre in Le Bourget on the northern outskirts of Paris.

Petrol, water and beer prices shoot up

Food supplements will attract a 10 per cent increase in duty.

Security drill at Strathmore leaves worker dead, 20 injured

The employee died in hospital last evening where she and others who were injured in the drill were taken.

Kariandusi: Where prehistoric human beings come to life

But as the history tells us, a rise in the lake level drove prehistoric humans from their home.

Aden Duale's outbursts unnecessary

Duale sees enemies behind every shadow

Wenger insists no regrets as Chilean joins Gunners sickbed list

Arsenal manager’s risk of playing Chilean forward backfires as he joins Gunners’ sickbed list.

Nigerian preacher TB Joshua skips trial as judge adjourns case

Nigerian preacher TB Joshua, two contractors facing trial for criminal negligence over a church building collapse fail to appear in court

Pope reaches out to Muslims in CAR

The war that has ravaged the country since 2013 has claimed 6,000 lives so far.

Marwa vows to crack down on gang in Kisauni ahead of festive season

The knife-wielding Wakali Kwanza has been mugging beachgoers and revellers in Kisauni.

AG slams NGOs over cases in Hague

And according to Prof Muigai, the government is not against criticisms but only when it is wrong.

Alarm raised as many volunteer for FGM

Mr Kakimoni said his office would organise barazas to discourage women from FGM.

Senegal President cuts number of palace staff

President Macky Sall has embarked on reducing the ranks of senior presidential palace staff which had remained untouched in nearly 50 years.

Reps on the spot over Sh902m allowances

Last month, National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich banned foreign travel.

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