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The Counties: ‘My dead wife ‘comes back' at night demanding a proper burial'- Vihiga man

A Vihiga man claims he spends sleepless nights fighting his late wife's demons.

World: How to loosen tight braids without destroying the look

You tie your head with your headscarf as usual but when you put it on the pillow, it hurts. You don't know whether to sleep on your side or your back. It hurts so bad that you only get to sleep by God's grace.

Crazy World: Visiting a salon? Do not let your hairdresser make these mistakes

So as you work in the salon, correct the mistakes that I have to share, so that you can boost your earnings and also grow your business.

World: 14 easy and most useful beauty tips every girl should live by

Here are some of the easiest and most useful beauty tips around.

World: Could this be Barack Obama's post-Presidency plan?

President Barack Obama has made no final decisions about what he will do after leaving office, the White House said on Monday, following comments by Columbia University's president that he looked forward to welcoming Obama back to campus in 2017.

: Kenyatta University Vultures beat Strathmore in Kenya Hockey Union men's Premier League

Hockey premier league debutants Kenyatta University (KU) Vultures drubbed two-time league champions Strathmore University Gladiators 4-0 in a Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) men's premier league match played at City Park Stadium on Sunday.

Sports: Photos: Grand welcome for World beating champions

There was jubilation at the Jomo Kenyatta International Aiport Tuesday morning when Kenya's world beating athletics champions were given a VIP welcome.

World: Secret to a glowing look during pregnancy

The beautiful experience of pregnancy can take a toll on your mood, energy, health and appearance. Your legs are aching, your skin is stretching and changing, you feel bloated and fatigued

News: Dedan Kimathi University student on mission to take telescope a top Mt Kenya

A student at Dedan Kimathi University is set to take a telescope to the top of Mt Kenya later this month to study the universe.

World: Al Shabaab attack African Union base in south Somalia

Al Shabaab militants attacked an African Union (AU) base in southern Somalia early on Tuesday, the Islamist group and residents said, with unconfirmed reports that dozens of AU soldiers were killed.

The Counties: Don't let social myths hold you back

I recently listened to a debate on social constructs and how they influence our choices in life. In a lot of cases, we act based on two things

Crazy World: Punish these church leaders for brutality against elderly women

HelpAge International, Kenya country office, takes great exception to failure by the prosecution to prefer charges against church leaders in Gituamba, Murang'a County, who were caught on camera beating four elderly women who had attended a service.

Sports: Don't turn Kenyans into guinea pigs

GMO surveys being bandied around by some biotechnology institutions remind me of the 2010 Constitution referendum. Quite a number of Kenyans voted for the Constitution without a clue of what it contained.

Health: Teachers' unions should let voice of reason to prevail

few days ago, the Supreme Court finally delivered the much-anticipated verdict on the long-standing salary increment dispute pitting teachers' unions against the Teachers Service Commission.

Woman narrates of her successful battle with Leukaemia

To commence her treatment at Aga Khan, she had to pay Sh1.5 million.

24 injured after speeding matatus collide head on in Garissa

Four of the injured people were said to be in critical condition.

Overweight in midlife may speed up Alzheimer's: study

Being overweight at the age of 50 may speed the onset of Alzheimer's disease in old age, said a study Tuesday in the journal Molecular Psychiatry.

Police lift 'ban' on ODM polls in Migori

Elections were cancelled after chaos claimed three lives.

200 Strathmore students get WPP-Scangroup internship

Two hundred students from Strathmore University will be taken on as interns at WPP-Scangroup from this month.

Doctors from 22 African countries meet in Mombasa for licensing conference

They seek to develop protocols on reciprocal licensing for practitioners across the globe.

Uchumi stock rises despite profit warning

Uchumi’s profit warning failed to dampen local investor appetite for its stock as it gained 4.3 per cent to close Monday trading at Sh8.50.

Funding models that best suit your business

How do I raise capital to start a new business? I had some savings, but I used the funds to try to get a separate venture going.

Africa feels the heat of China woes

When Chinese company Shanghai Zendai bought 1,600 hectares (4,000 acres) of land outside Johannesburg in 2013, it promised to build the “New York of Africa.”

Schools in banditry-hit areas of Baringo re-open after normalcy returns

Normalcy has returned and police camps have been set up to boost security.

Kenya lines up events in Italy to promote tourism

Kenya will take to the stage in Italy next week to promote tourism and seek investment and trade opportunities.

National Data Forum seemed heavy on talk but light on walk

Without freedom of information and data protection laws, there will be no data revolution.

The fall — and rise — of Tanzania’s Kilombero, and Tom Mboya’s fears over Kenya sugar firms

FIVE MONTHS before he was assassinated Tom Mboya wrote a small note to his agriculture counterpart.....

Al-Shabaab 'storm Amisom base' in Somalia

Amisom has denied claims that Al-Shabaab militants have taken over the base.

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