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October 28, 2017 5:32 AM Rwanda: Unity Should Be Harnessed to Build a Brighter Future, Says President Kagame

President Paul Kagame has said Rwanda's aspirations are safe and secure now more than before even as leaders commit to bring diverse ideas together to consolidate registered gains. He was officiating at the closure of Unity Club's 10th Annual forum, in Kigali, yesterday. The President said that Rwanda has been defined by two narratives; one about the dark history 22

October 27, 2017 9:45 PM WACHAI: Kenya is our only home, let us not tear it apart through hatred and violent acts

With 2017 being an election year, many Kenyans have had to keep their fingers crossed that this electoral showdown will ultimately come to an end. Although peace-loving citizens are reluctant to openly talk about it, deep down, they hope an amicable solution to the issue will be found and life can move on. Recent political events in Africa have led the youth 26

October 26, 2017 3:10 AM OKINYO: FKF must amend constitution in tandem with devolution

World football governing body, Fifa, first penned its statutes when it was founded on May 21, 1904. Countless developments in sport, society, finance and politics have since called for various amendments, such as in 1990 when Fifa last subjected its statutes to partial revision. Some 10 years later, it was evident that further amendments were necessary 15

October 22, 2017 9:07 PM President Uhuru says he has forgiven those who do not understand power of prayer

Calls to unite Kenyans and ensure elections do not tear the country apart dominated a national prayer meeting attended by the President and his deputy in Nakuru on Sunday. Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto were among hundreds of faithful who converged at Afraha Stadium to pray for the nation ahead of Thursday's repeat presidential election. The five-hour 16

October 18, 2017 2:55 AM Liberia gave itself a beautiful gift

For the first time in several generations, a democratically-elected President in Liberia is going to hand over power to another democratically elected President in Liberia. It is Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s singular legacy that she has made this look normal, but there is nothing normal about what happened in Liberia last Tuesday. Liberia was supposed to be a success 20

October 13, 2017 9:18 AM Veteran to get honorary doctorate

The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) will next week confer a DTech (Honoris Causa) endorsements Drama and Film Production on Dube for her body of work that spans over 30 years. The television and film veteran has dabbled as a tea lady at a furniture factory in Johannesburg, and worked as a credit clerk for retail stores before she achieved showbiz 42

October 11, 2017 1:59 PM Argentina Savior Messi Enforces His Brilliance When His Nation Needs Him Most

Twenty years ago Lionel Messi, then a 10-year-old playing for a youth team at Newell’s Old Boys, headed into rural Santa Fe for a game against Pujato. These were always difficult, physical matches, and Messi took a kicking. Pujato scored twice early on and, as Newell’s defender Gerardo Grighini recalls, Newell’s was still 2-0 down when, with “eight or nine minutes 24

October 8, 2017 1:55 PM Nairobi Business Community: We are not Mungiki

A group opposed to the ongoing weekly demonstrations called by Nasa to force reforms at the electoral agency have said linking them to the outlawed Mungiki sect is unjustified. The group calling itself Nairobi Business Community has in recent weeks raised eyebrows over their physical appearance and utterances during press conferences, with many questioning 31

September 22, 2017 4:20 PM Wilson Kipsang Discusses His Quest for the World Record at the 2017 Berlin Marathon

BERLIN — Wilson Kipsang has done enough over the past seven years to be considered one of the greatest marathoners of all-time. He set a world record of 2:03:27 at the 2013 Berlin Marathon, which stood for a year before it was broken by his compatriot Dennis Kimetto. Kipsang has a good chance of taking back the record during Sunday’s Berlin Marathon 17

September 22, 2017 1:45 PM Kenya Committed to stabilization of Somalia says CS Amina

Kenya is committed to the stabilization of Somalia and calls upon development partners to support the country that has experienced more than two decades of instability, Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amb. Amina Mohamed has said. Speaking during a high-level meeting on Somalia on the sidelines of the ongoing United Nations General Assembly in New York, Amb Mohamed 16