Wednesday, March 20, 2019

France Minister For EU Names Cat ‘Brexit’ Because Of Its Indecisive Nature

Its been three years after the United Kingdom (UK) opted to leave the European Union (EU) yet two weeks before the official Brexit Day, there seems to be no unifying solution set in place by the British parliament, which rejected the proposition by its Prime Minister Theresa May to leave without a deal.

Gin Made Of Elephant Poop Invented By South African Couple

The idea of making Indlovu, gin from elephant poop struck Les Ansley and Professor Paula Ansley, a South African couple while on safari in Kenya.

Ndoto Zetu Initiative by Safaricom Awards 100 Secondary Students Scholarships

Ndoto Zetu Initiative by Safaricom Awards 100 Secondary Students Scholarships

Budget Infinix Hot 7 Goes on Sale in Two Variants

Infinix has today unveiled the budget series Hot 7 into the Kenyan Market. The Infinix Hot 7 succeeds Infinix Hot 6 which was launched in May last year with Hot 6X and Hot 6 pro variations.

Women Battling Endometriosis Share Their Pain In Photographed Scars

British artist Georgie Wileman’s photography project dubbed #ThisIsEndometriosis gave birth to a social media campaign under the same hashtag, that has motivated women to post pictures of their endometriosis scars to shed light on the realities of the malignant condition.

New Britain Law Makes Things Harder for Opponents of Organ Donating

A law passed by the government of England ruled out that starting 2020, all adults will be considered potential organ donors unless they choose to opt out of the system or they happen to belong to an excluded groups with hope to save and improve at least 700 lives yearly.

Mobile Phone Dies For Australian Man’s Sins After Blocking Arrow

A 43 year old Australian a man narrowly escaped death, after his mobile phone saved his life from an oncoming arrow shot at him by an assailant outside his home.

UK Wants International Students to Stay on to Boost Economy After Brexit

As it stands, the United Kingdom (UK) is due to leave the European Union (EU) in March this year.This follows a referendum

Airpod Owners’ Vanity Hits Wall After No-Show Meetup

Since their debut in 2016, Airpods - wireless Bluetooth earbuds created by Apple - have grown to become a millennial status symbol that those...
Aboriginal leader

Australia Aboriginals Compensated Billions In Land and Spiritual Loss Suit

A case filed by Abogolians in Australia named Ngaliwurru and Nungali groups against their Northern  Territory government saw them win billions of dollars following a High Court Ruling over suit on colonial land loss and spiritual disconnection
UEFA Champions League

UEFA Champions League and Europa League Draws Bring Interesting Ties

The draw for both competitions took place this Friday as the quarter finals nears. All top six teams are still in European elite competitions...

Prohibited Cancer Causing Blood Pressure Drugs Still on Sale

The Pharmacy and Poisons Board (PPB) posted a statement in January about hypertension drugs containing a chemical causing skin cancer on its website and shared the information with key players in the market who include healthcare providers warning them against prescribing the drugs
my always experience

KEBS To Probe Always Sanitary Pads After Social Media Outrage

Through the hashtag #MyAlwaysExperience on twitter, Always sanitary pads consumers aired out their grievances about the products' quality, manufactured by Proctor and Gamble (P&G).

School Chickens Successfully Plan Death of Marauding Fox

A brood of chickens in a poultry farm in northwest France attacked and killed a hungry fox that tried creeping inside their shelter.
Safaricom Boosters

Safaricom Ventures Further Beyond Telco Business with Electricity Sales

Validation of the law that paved the way for participation in power sales market by individuals and private companies to favourably compete with the monopoly power firm, has caught the eye of Kenya's telecommunication giant.
Central Bank Of Kenya

Kenya High Court Declares Caps On Interest Rates Unlawful

The High Court of Kenya declared on Thursday that a capped interest rate on commercial banks is unlawful but the rate cap will not be lifted immediately.