Manchester United give injury updates on Rashford, Harry Maguire and more players

Manchester United will assess injured trio Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof and Marcus Rashford before they travel to Bournemouth for their Saturday lunchtime fixture. Centre-back Lindelof was replaced by Anthony... Read more »

‘A man sucking a woman’s breasts won’t stop cancer, only breastfeeding a baby does’

A medical expert, Mrs. Abigael Shona, has said that, contrary to popular belief that breast cancer could be prevented when a man sucks his spouse’s breasts, only actively breastfeeding... Read more »

Mesut Ozil still got class despite Arsenal going down to Liverpool

Ozil, making his first appearance since September and only his third start of the season, lit up the Carabao Cup fourth-round tie with a timely reminder of the scintillating... Read more »

Governor Anne Waiguru promises Kirinyaga coffee farmers increased incomes

Governor Anne Waiguru yesterday promised farmers in Kirinyaga that her government was committed to prioritizing farming in order to realize better returns from the sale produce. She however commissioned... Read more »

AFC Leopards super run too good for Sofapaka

AFC Leopards climbed up to second in the Kenya Premier League table following a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Sofapaka on Sunday. Cassa Mbungo’s side is now unbeaten in six... Read more »

October babies, Uhuru’s Birthday

On October 26, 1961, President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta was born and in 58 years later, netizens took to the internet to celebrate with him as he turned 58. Most... Read more »

Pupils Spend the Night in the Cold as their Buses Get Stuck at Tsavo National Park

Two buses were stuck from Thursday 24th October 2019 to 25th October 2019 as was reported by the Kenya Red Cross on early Friday morning after heavy rains made... Read more »

Victor Wanyama to Club Brugge for around £11m

Champions league finalist  are in talks to sell Kenyan captain Victor Wanyama to Club Brugge before the Belgian transfer window shuts and hope to recover the £11million they paid for the... Read more »

WHO calls for more research into micro-plastics and a crackdown on plastic pollution

The World Health Organization (WHO) today calls for a further assessment of micro-plastics in the environment and their potential impacts on human health, following the release of an analysis... Read more »

Health panic as100 people are struck down in Spain’s biggest outbreak of listeria

A nationwide alert has been sent out after listeria, bacteria which can cause a type of food poisoning called listeriosis, was suspected in packaged pork. A 90-year-old woman has... Read more »