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Love YouTube? Here’s how to manage your data bundle costs

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Nothing is quite as annoying as getting an SMS alert that your data bundle is depleted, especially when you’re watching a lit YouTube video. Having ...

Should fruit juice really be part of your diet? Experts weigh in

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Fruit juice was once viewed as part of a healthy diet, but today it is often seen as supplying little more than a high dose of sugar. Increasingly, fr...

Sarah Midgley, a 37-year-old mother of two who lives in Johannesburg, is still recovering from the trauma of being raped almost a decade ago. [PHOTO | COURTESY]
‘He raped me, now I fear for my daughters’

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Sarah Midgley, a 37-year-old mother of two who lives in Johannesburg, is still recovering from the trauma of being raped almost a decade ago....

The 5 different ways men and women show love: Marriage counsellor

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We all have different ways of expressing love. We also have contrasting ways of interpreting acts of love directed at us. Many potentially successful ...

Scientists clash over cancer link to Genetically Modified foods

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Wahinya Henry The emotive nature that characterises biotechnology science played out at a stakeholders’ forum in Nairobi where the link of cancer di...

According to Gladys Nyachieo, a sociologist, many women trust pastors easily. [PHOTO | FILE]
Why some pastors easily find their way into women’s skirts

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According to Gladys Nyachieo, a sociologist, many women trust pastors easily....

Local demand for tiles, previously considered a luxury, is on the rise

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Barry Silah The fast-growing building and construction sector in Kenya has created a thriving market for tiles despite challenges.   Travel abroa...

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How to make delicious Mutura

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Start by thoroughly cleaning the intestines with water. Once done, mince the meat or cut into small cubes. Heat your pan with little cooking oil and a...

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Mutura: The king of roadside snacks in Kenya

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By Manuel Ntoyai and Chebet Korir Mutura is loved by thousands, perhaps millions of Kenyans. Out of love for the savory taste, perhaps, because of its...

Largest mineral deposits in Kenya – Mrima Hill in Kwale

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1. Kwale Mrima Hill in Kwale County has one of the largest mineral deposits in the world with a potential in-ground value of up to $62.4 billion (Sh6....

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Woman comes to the aid of men with low libido in Limuru

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The imposing signage with Kuhona Café inscribed in bold red type swings in the cool Limuru breeze outside some non-descript container kiosk. It is 9a...

Five simple ways to save on mobile data

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Mobile data has become a necessity in modern life. The need to stay updated on whatever is happening and informed in a 24/7 economy is no longer a lux...

Meru’s ‘Akuku Danger’ goes international

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Robert Kathata Ramo. Quite an ordinary name. But not quite so, the man behind it....

For the love of expeditions: Meet businessman Pancras Karema

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While at Ontulili High School in 2008, Pancras Karema used to sneak out of school to go on an adventure inside Mount Kenya forest, where the school is...

Wild African night: Close encounters of the elephant kind in Amboseli

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Sounds of the wild African night filtered through the vast wilderness as Edwin Koome rested in his dark cabin late one night.  As he listened in ...

The struggles of a boy brought up as a girl

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When James Karanja was born 28 years ago, his parents and doctors could not tell if he was a boy or a girl....

Human Rights: Relief for families raising intersex children

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In two months, the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations will kick off. As other pupils get ready, Jane Njeri* is uncertain she w...

Intersex child: Struggles of a boy brought up as a girl

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Betty Muindi When James Karanja was born 28 years ago, his parents and doctors could not tell if he was a boy or a girl. He had both male and female g...

Jumbo tug of war between Southern and East Africa

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Restrictions on ivory trade have pitted nations in Southern and East Africa against each other as the two regions disagree on whether to tighten or re...

Poultry farming: Imports leave poultry keepers with egg on face

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Donning a brown dust coat and a cap, Moses Ngaithe scratches his head with a yellow pen as he stares at empty chicken coops.  Ngaithe has over th...

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