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Fare thee well Chairman Kibor, the embodiment of a real African man

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If death, always lurking in the shadows, ominous and foreboding, were to manifest itself to you, would you face it or cower? Have you merely existed r...

Investing for retirement: What you should do and what to avoid

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Retirement is a phase we all will pass through hence the need to get there prepared. In Kenya, the retirement benefits industry is regulated by the Re...

Stay woke! Lilian Ng’ang’a simply played Governor Mutua and Juliani

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When they finally came out as a couple, they made bloggers and mainstream writers reach atop their grammar shelves and bring out their dusty clichés-...

AOKO OTIENO: Forget cars, all it takes to ‘bed’ Kenyan Slay Queen is Gin and human hair weave

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There is an influx of young women increasingly known for nothing but eloquent displays of failed upbringing, ignoble behaviour especially on social me...

Young ladies, listen to Justina Syokau, and other ‘cougars’ at your own peril

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Three things are certain in Kenya today: Death, taxes, and that our women have lost it! By Jove! We are increasingly becoming a conglomeration of sham...

Dear Betty Kyallo, here is why men ‘eat’ but won’t commit

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Her Instagram bio cuts that of a decorous figure; God’s Child, Proud Mum, Journalist, Celebrated Media Personality. Thumbing her feed gets you f...

Guardian Angel says he did not marry Esther for Kids.
AOKO OTIENO: Why I love it that young women are losing their agemates to older women

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With palms caressing the wheels in an almost imperious yet confident manner of one who is no longer addled or manacled by the proclivities of life, 50...

AOKO OTIENO: New Year resolutions are nothing but nonsensical glib made by simpletons

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Ouch, what an expected title coming from a brash, arrogant, uncompromising, erratic, antagonistic, maverick who sometimes tweets like a reckless mania...

AOKO OTIENO: Oh, so the Murgor sisters are not innocent after all, but where is the uproar?

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When our Dubois Road version of TMZ aka the Tea-Master shared the Ole-Sereni incident pitting techie twins Eddy and Paul Ndichu against Murgor sisters...

Why Diamond is likely to SHINE in BET Awards 2021

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The Billboard Music Award is majorly determined by votes tally alongside numbers on the music often within a period of 12 months as well as general fa...

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This is Prateek Suri’s opinion on work from home

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At Maser, we have reduced the number of workers that physically interact in our warehouses by introducing more rotational work routines....

GITONGA: Covid likely to spur housing boom in counties neighbouring Nairobi

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Coronavirus has brought to the fore the fact that a house is not just a place to sleep and wait on the following day....

Last week, KRA told a Senate committee that the suspended 27 betting firms in Kenya owe the State at least Ksh61 billion in withholding tax. [PHOTO | FILE]
Is a local gaming company financing negative media campaign against foreign investors?

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With the help of corrupt officials, some local betting company is allegedly placing lies through a filthy media campaign...

By putting solar on the roofs of businesses in Tatu Industrial Park, Tatu City estimates it will capture 30MW of solar power. [PHOTO | K24 DIGITAL]
GITONGA: Private energy generators hold the key to cheaper electricity in Kenya

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With an electricity penetration of over 70 per cent, Kenya has made impressive strides in the right direction....

Eden Getachew is the Centre of Government and Delivery Lead, Tony Blair Institute for Global Change. [PHOTO | COURTESY]
Nairobi to host Africa’s Delivery Units Virtual Conference

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The importance of delivering key pledges on time and on budget are contributing to the growing popularity across the world of delivery units....

Even in societies where land is communally owned, a boundary of sorts marking the beginning and the end to an individual’s crop or space, is inevitable. [Even in societies where land is communally owned, a boundary of sorts marking the beginning and the end to an individual’s crop or space, is inevitable. [PHOTO | FILE]PHOTO | FILE]
GITONGA: Hedges or fences? What home-owners need to consider

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The primary disadvantage of hedges is that they take long to grow....

An artistic impression of a modern warehouse. [PHOTO | COURTESY]
GITONGA: Modern warehouses could boost food security in Kenya

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'Our predominantly rain-fed agriculture means that, as a country, we are highly exposed to the vagaries of the seasons.'...

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Raila Odinga: My stand on the revenue sharing formula for counties

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Opposition leader backs population-driven revenue-sharing formula that has seen the Senate deadlocked for days....

BWIRE: Milestone as education experts in 13 countries agree on tool to assess learners

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ICAN is an open-source, robust and easy-to-use assessment tool, available in 11 languages, that offers international comparability of results aligned ...

An aerial picture of Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi. [PHOTO | FILE]
GITONGA: What the future of new cities in Kenya holds for us

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According to the UN-Habitat Africa is urbanising at an annual rate of four percent – making it the fastest urbanising region in the world....