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September 22, 2017 9:05 PM Why KQ will take longer to fly to New York despite clearance

Kenya Airways Chairman Michael Joseph consults with Company Secretary Catherine Musakali during an annual general meeting in Nairobi. [Wilberforce Okwiri, Standard] National carrier Kenya Airways (KQ) will take longer before it can fly directly to the US despite having received the green light to do so. According to the Chief Executive Sebastian Mikosz

September 19, 2017 11:36 AM The Most Dangerous Sex Position For A Man, Says New Study

It may be regarded as one of the most basic and unexotic sex positions but missionary is actually one of the most dangerous, according to doctors. The study of heterosexual sex, titled “Relationship between sexual position and severity of penile fracture” and published in the International Journal of Impotence Research, found that the UK’s favourite 1

September 18, 2017 8:59 AM NDEMO: In Somali business success, trust plays a vital role

Eastleigh, Nairobi, was originally created by the colonial government to settle the Asian community. Their eventual occupation of Eastleigh was the result of protest after they took the colonial government to court to defend themselves against unilateral relocation. They identified a legal loophole that they used to purchase land in the area initially 2

September 16, 2017 9:02 PM Herders trek 240km to create awareness on River Ewaso Nyiro

A group of pastoralists walked for more than 200km in a bid to raise awareness on the dwindling volumes of water at the Ewaso Nyiro River. The more than 150 herders — from Isiolo, Samburu and Laikipia counties — trekked for five days to the finish point at Ewaso Nyiro Archer’s Post bridge while others arrived on camels on Friday, having travelled 240km. The group

September 14, 2017 5:21 PM On rate-cut tweets and monetary policy YouTube videos

That era may well have passed with the advent of social media. While the central bankers themselves remain rather circumspect while talking, their official communication channels are creating quite a cyber-buzz. Most of the central banks across the world are using social media platforms such as Twitter, YouTube and Facebook as a medium of communication 2

September 12, 2017 10:01 AM Why didn't Hurricane Irma kill more Americans? Thank the meteorologists

During a hurricane in 1900, a storm surge rose out of the Gulf of Mexico and annihilated Galveston, Texas, killing about 8,000 men, women and children. In 1935, at least 408 people died when another cyclone slammed into the Florida Keys, many of them World War I veterans working on construction projects. And in 1957, Hurricane Audrey's storm surges crashed 6

September 11, 2017 9:46 AM East Africa: Regional Universities to Harmonise Fees

University students from the EAC member states will start paying the same fees as citizens by the end of the year. This means a Ugandan student enrolled in a Tanzanian university will pay the same fees as a Tanzanian student. This is part of plans by the Inter University Council of East Africa (IUCEA) to harmonise higher education in the region to increase 1

September 11, 2017 4:21 AM Bin Laden’s Son Is Poised to Unify Terrorists Worldwide

Hamza bin Laden isn’t just being prepared for a leadership role in his father’s organization. He’s now the figure best placed to reunify the global jihadi movement. One day in early November 2001, on a hillside south of Jalalabad, Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden bade farewell to three of his young sons. In the shade of an olive tree, he handed each boy a misbaha

September 7, 2017 2:45 PM Boko Haram and al-Shabab recruits 'lack religious schooling'

Many young Africans drawn to extremist groups know "little to nothing" about religious texts and interpretations, a UN study has found. The survey, the first of its kind in Africa, profiled nearly 500 voluntary recruits to militant groups including al-Shabab and Boko Haram. Finding a job is "the most acute need at the time of joining a group," the report 2

September 7, 2017 8:54 AM Africa tops global generosity charts – SA 24th kindest people in world

South Africa is one of a handful of countries to buck a global trend that has seen generosity fall according to this year’s CAF World Giving Index, the leading global survey of generosity. The CAF World Giving Index, the leading comparative study of global generosity, records the number of people who helped a stranger in the past month, volunteered their 2