New dates for Olympic Games set

By AFPMore by this Author The Tokyo Olympics will begin on July 23 next year, organisers said on Monday, after the coronavirus forced the historic decision to postpone the Games until 2021. “The Olympics will be held from July 23 to August 8, 2021. The Paralympics will be held from August 24 to September 5,” […]Read More

Postponed Olympics to open July 23, 2021

Athletes and media in Japan reacted to the postponement of this year’s Olympics with disappointment, but expressed relief the Games would not be cancelled TOKYO, Japan, Mar 30 – The Tokyo Olympics will begin on July 23 next year, organisers said on Monday, after the coronavirus forced the historic decision to postpone the Games until […]Read More

Govt to identify 20 schools per county for use as

NAIROBI, Kenya Mar 30 – The Ministry of Education is working with county governments to identify at least 20 boarding schools in each devolved unit which will be converted into makeshift hospitals for COVID-19 patients should cases recorded in the country increase. Deputy President William Ruto Monday said the boarding schools will be well equipped to […]Read More

Beyonce’s father invests into music streaming startup MePlaylist.com

Beyoncé and Solange Knowles’ father, Mr Mathew Knowles, MBA, PhD, has invested into MePlaylist.com, a subscription and ads based On-Demand music streaming application founded by Olakunle Oladehin, a US-based Nigerian entrepreneur. Mr Mathew Knowles’ invested into MePlaylist.com through his company Music World Entertainment Corporation joined Mr Michael Kay Kiladejo, Managing Partner of Music World International, […]Read More

How to bank, send money, get a quick loan at

Social distancing: The coronavirus pandemic has seen most parts of the world go into a semi lock down – if not a total lock down. The effects of this shut down have not been forgiving to businesses and retailers at all. Many businesses have closed, stock markets have plunged, and the general consensus is that […]Read More

EPZs to Sell All Products Locally

The National Treasury has allowed Export Processing Zones (EPZs) to sell 100% of their produce in the local market, albeit temporarily, countering the earlier law that restricted them to only 20% sales. The move seeks to cushion the industry from losses inflicted by the global COVID-19 pandemic. This comes even as major export markets for […]Read More

‘Dear Mr President, no ones cares about us’ Willy Paul’s

Willy Paul may be posting funny clips on social media, but deep down, the artiste is actually not okay. In a letter to the president, he openly shared that the Kenyan entertainment scene is suffering. Guys do not have gigs to perform in which is their major source of income. Willy Paul is a disappointed […]Read More

Government’s Free Hand Sanitizers Given to Kenyans

The Kenya Pipeline Corporation (KPC) in conjunction with several public and private sector players has released about 130,000 litres of free hand sanitisers to members of the public. This release is meant to counter the spread of deadly coronavirus disease in the country. The free hand sanitisers’ initiative is part of the government’s effort to […]Read More

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