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ANALOGUE television sets could soon be phased out as the June 17, 2015 deadline for migration to digital broadcasting draws closer.
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PARLIAMENT wants Kenya Pipeline Corporation upgraded to a more powerful status similar to Kenya Revenue Authority and Kenya Ports Authority.
A new survey by IPSOS Synovate shows that the most serious challenge facing majority of Kenyans is the high cost of living at 50 percent, followed by unemployment at 19 percent.
Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw has told he broke down in tears after witnessing teenagers scavenging for rotten food in Kenya.
Celebrating the Holi festival with friends we noticed a halo around the sun. Apparently the ring is caused by sunlight passing through ice crystals in cirrus clouds with the earth's atmosphere.
The man police say killed two people when he smashed his car through a barrier and into a street thronged with attendees of the South By Southwest festival has been charged with capital murder.
The U.S. Department of State's Rewards for Justice program is offering rewards for information on three members of the Somalia-based terrorist organization Harakat Shabaab al-Mujahidin, al-Shabaab.
As remuneration in the British Columbia public sector skyrockets, we bring you our annual database of who is making what in B.C.'s public service.
If Kenyan security officials are able to stop another Westgate Mall-style terror attack, they will have to do so on a shoe-string budget: The Anti-Terror Police Unit in Nairobi has just $735 to spend this month.
The Turkish Coordination and Cooperation Agency has opened a health center for mother and childcare in Kenya's Ijara district on Friday Anadolu Agence reported.
Mkombozi's story is legendary in Nairobi, Kenya, if not the world. The African dog currently resides at the Kenya SPCA where she spends her retirement sleeping in a soft bed and teaching school children about animal welfare.
Thomas Kamau remembers the moment he realized he wanted to become a Catholic priest.
The Bic Wite Out ad campaign revolves around a few hilariously illustrated scenarios, each of which could have suffered a pretty terrible ending.
Sadiq Wassa, one of Uganda's best ever goalkeepers, was also famous for saving crucial penalties in the league and Cups but his and the country's best moment came at the 1989 Cecafa final against Malawi in Nairobi.
In a recent Magazine article, Suruchi Sharma wrote about the pressure on women in India to marry by their mid-20s.