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10 Tips for First Time Home Buyers

It is a thrilling venture to finally look into buying your own home. Most especially if you’ve been in the renting lifestyle. You have to be careful though and make sure that you’re not going to hurt you finances when you decide to buy your home.

11 Natural Ways to Wash Your Face Without Soap

Soap is not the wisest choice when it comes to cleaning your face. Unlike the other parts of the body, facial skin is especially sensitive. Using soap can be abrasive to your skin because soaps are scented and sometimes dyed.

Top 10 Foods You Eat That are Harmful to Your Body

The body does speak, respect and love your body enough to want to treat it better. There’s no crime in wanting to spoil yourself every ones in a while with some fun food. You only have to exercise control, wisdom and caution. The harm from some of th...

What Does it Mean to Say, “I Know Jesus”?

Just like how many people think they know the flag of the United States of America, however when you check and accurately confirm, they don't know the accurate image of the flag.

Parenting in the Digital Era

Whether you like it or not, technology is here to stay. The young generation is born into a world that is gadget infested. The digital era comes with its pros and cons. As parents, you need to be vigilant and aware to guide your children in this digi...

Is Jealousy a Sign of Love or Insecurity?

When you get into a new relationship, everything is all lovey-dovey, the romance and love still burning. Then you start noticing that your partner is abnormally possessive of you. Signs of jealousy start showing from your partner.

What Kind of Industry is Real Estate?

The real estate industry tend to raise or fall depending on the economy of the state. Fluctuation in this industry does not happen as often. This is because people always need homes; businesses need office buildings and structures.

Constitutional Amendment Bill

Thirdway Alliance Party was Monday set to launch a revamped Punguza Mizigo constitutional amendment Bill, months after a similar initiative failed to win the approval of county assemblies as required in law.

Echesa in Crisis

Former Sports Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa appeared before a Magistrate court in Milimani, Nairobi on Monday to answer to criminal charges related to fraud.

Enhancing Bodaboda Sector

The government has put in place measures to restore sanity in the boda boda transport sector in the country.

Relief for Tenants

Earlier this year, tenants of an apartment block in Ruaka, Kiambu County, were pleasantly surprised when their landlord slashed their monthly rent by Sh5,000.

Hell's Gate Tragedy

The organizers of this year’s Koroga Festival are free to stage the event inside Hell’s Gate National Park on Friday after the High Court threw out an application seeking to block it.

Coronavirus Woes

Another 44 people on board a cruise ship moored off Japan's coast have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the country's health minister said Thursday.

Drones to Be Banned

Drone operators will be banned from using imaging devices to conduct surveillance on or take a picture of a person without written consent if Parliament approves new regulations.

Kakamega Stampede Unveil

According to Mr Nyamboki, preliminary investigations indicate that teachers at the school had restricted pupils to using only one of the two staircases in the building and reserved the other for themselves.

Senegal President Meets Trudeau

Senegalese President Macky Sall is pledging to support Canada’s bid for a seat on the UN Security Council.

Jowie Granted Cash Bail

Joseph Irungu alias Jowie was released by High Court Judge James Wakiaga on a Sh2 million cash bail.

Bringing up International Markets to Local Business

African focused payments solutions firm Flutter wave is seeking to open up international markets to local businesses by eradicating payment hurdles that make companies shy away from pursuing deals abroad.

Syrians Flee Aleppo

SYRIANS FLEE ALEPPO

Collapsed Building in India

At least 3 firemen were killed and six persons injured when a three-storey building collapsed in Jammu city when fire department personnel were in.

Moi's Last Respect

Retired President Daniel Arap Moi was Tuesday eulogized as a man who, like other mortals, was not perfect but one whose positive imprint on various aspects of the country’s socioeconomic landscape was unmatched.

Max Crisis

Boeing reported Tuesday no new plane orders in January and a drop in jet deliveries as the protracted grounding of the 737 MAX continued to weigh on the company.

Tuju in Road Crash

Cabinet Secretary and Jubilee Secretary-general Raphael Tuju was rushed to Kijabe Hospital after a road crash in Magina area along the Nairobi- Nakuru highway as he headed to Kabarak, Nakuru County for former president Daniel Moi's burial.

A Man Possessing a Python

A 33-year-old man of Giriama descent was arrested at the Likoni ferry crossing Tuesday night in possession of a live 2.3-meter python weighing 10 kilograms tucked in a black suitcase.

Radisson Blu Hotel

Tucked away in a leafy forest area which is a popular destination for walks and picnics and is home to more than 300 exotic tree species and more than 100 types of birds, lies Nairobi’s latest new entrant into the hospitality industry, Radisson Blu H...

Moi's Last Respects

Retired President Daniel Arap Moi was Tuesday eulogized as a man who, like other mortals, was not perfect but one whose positive imprint on various aspects of the country’s socio-economic landscape was unmatched.

Dubai Job Scams

Many Kenyans dreams to secure lucrative jobs in United Arab Emirates were cut short after they were allegedly dumped in Dubai by a Mombasa-based recruiting agent.

Al-Shabaab Makes a Move

Attackers alleged to be Al-Shabaab radicals burned two construction vehicles in an attack near H Young & Co's camp at Milihoi in Lamu County.

Moi's Burial Plans

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Sunday made an impromptu inspection of the Nyayo National Stadium, the venue for Tuesday’s memorial service, as he takes personal charge of preparations for former President Daniel arap Moi’s final journey.

Relief for Australia

Australia’s months-long bushfires crisis will likely be over within days, officials said Monday as heavy rainfall extinguished several massive blazes and was forecast to douse dozens more as downpours swept south.