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Moi Girls Secondary receives Sh1 million donations from Airtel

A leading telecommunications service provider with over 300 million customers and operations in 17 countries across Africa and Asia has today donated Kshs 1 million to Moi Girls School Nairobi following

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Africa’s top scientists in move to solve global challenges as Next Einstein Forum announces 2017-2019 Fellows,

The Next Einstein Forum (NEF) has announced its second Fellows Class, 16 scientists, all under 42 years of age, who are solving Africa’s and the world’s challenges. An initiative of

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Burhani Engineer’s computer programme to boost STEM education in Kenya

Burhani Engineers Limited has signed a partnership with the Kibera Sub-County government to provide computer systems and Engineering Power Classes to pupils within the county The distribution is aimed at increasing

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4 reasons why we get muscle cramps

Have you ever woken from sleep in extreme inexplicable pain coming from one of your leg muscles that paralyses you from movement? Those are probably muscle cramps and they strike

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Seychelles to offer employment opportunities to skilled Kenyan workers

Seychelles to employ qualified and experienced manpower from Kenya including teachers to bridge the gap of labor shortages within the country The president of the Indian Ocean nation Danny Faure

Health options: How you can BARGAIN for healthcare without breaking the bank

When illness knocks, you have no option but to open the door and deal with it as quickly as possible. You do not question or bargain. If you are told

15-year old student creates solar-powered model for Mombasa Airport

The student has been an aviation enthusiast since the age of eight. He developed the love for aeroplanes at a very tender age which is evidenced by the variety of

Maseno School rocked by student unrest over principal interdiction

Students of Maseno School in Kisumu County have gone on rampage protesting the interdiction of the institution’s long-serving principal Paul Otula. Police have been dispatched to the school to quell

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University Academic Staff protests (PHOTOS)

Exactly 7 weeks down since the UASU Launched their Strike. More than 8,000 University Lecturers and Professors in Public Universities are still in the streets to fight for dignified terms and conditions of

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We don’t support bill seeking to split safaricom businesses ~ CS Mucheru

ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has said that the bill in Parliament seeking to split Safaricom is “not one of the aims that the government supports”. Addressing dignitaries and delegates