Saturday, September 21, 2019

How Swahilis In Kenya Brew Their Mnazi

Palm wine contains a large quantity of iron and vitamin B complex needed for maintaining healthy skin, hair and nails and overall development of growth.
Jambojet approval to fly to Kigali

Jambojet Intros Dash 8-Q400, Announces New Flights To Kigali

The addition of this aircraft to our fleet brings the average age to 3.7 years, making us the airline with the youngest fleet in Africa
Blood Ties, Storymoja Series

Controversial Book Said to be Approved for Kids Disowned by Curriculum Authority

Apparently Blood Ties was not approved by Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) as not all books in the market are okayed.
How Mugabe would have been buried traditionally

How Mugabe Would have been Buried if Traditions were Followed

When a chief such as Mugabe dies, he is not a person that can be buried at Heroes Acre, that is forbidden. He should be buried in a cave.
African CEOs, Worried about Over-regulation

African CEOs Worried About Over-regulation And Skills In Businesses

There are major concerns over policy uncertainty, skills shortage, over-regulation and exchange rate volatility adding up to the long list of risks causing anxiety for CEOs in all regions.
Division Revenue Bill

President Uhuru Wants Universal Healthcare Prioritized In Signed Revenue Bill

President Uhuru Kenyatta signed into law the Division of Revenue Bill, 2019 allocating Ksh 378.1 billion to county governments for 2019/20 financial year.
Cervical cancer

All Women Should get Crucial Cancer Vaccine, say Women Legislators

Ministry of Health recently rolled out the HPV vaccines to reduce cases of cancer of the cervix through immunization which primarily targets girls aged 9 to 14 years of age
Why Moringa School was penalized By CAK

Where Moringa School Went Wrong in Director Buyout

A merger, as defined under Section 41 of the Act, occurs when one or more undertakings directly or indirectly gain control over the whole or part of the business of another undertaking
Esther Passaris

Nairobi Women Rep Urges Kenyans To Embrace Universal Healthcare And Insurance

These counties have the mandate to initiate, expand and implement social health insurance programs in-line with the Constitution
John Magufuli

Tanzania Winning Counterfeit War with Technology

The new technology, she said, has helped the government to curb revenue leakages and also helps it to determine in advance the amount of taxes to be paid
Muslims not pleased by court ruling on rastafarian

Rastafarian Religion Ruling Ruffles Muslims

He also pointed out that Christian students enrolling in Muslim schools are not compelled to wear hijabs, and that the same should be tha case for those Muslim students in non-Muslim schools.
How to make Muratina

How Kikuyus In Kenya Brew Their Muratina Wine

Muratina, when prepared by an expert has a crisp and moderately sour with a mild, residual sweetness and smooth aftertaste. A glass and half are enough to make your vocals go viral.
Matatu training institutions

New Connected PSV Speed Governors to Reign in on Errant Drivers

The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has issued a directive to Public Service Vehicle (PSV) operators to fit their vehicles with speed governors
Ban on dreadlocks lifted

Now you Can Haffi Dread and be Rasta in Kenya, Court Rules

Making a judgement on the matter today, the high court ruled in the girl's favour declaring that Rastafarianism is a religion just like any other and they should be treated like the rest.
Sahar Khodayari

Football Fan Sets Herself Ablaze in Protest of Repressive Law

Unfortunately, Khodayari popularly known as the “Blue Girl” on social media for the colours of her favourite Iranian soccer team, Esteghlal, passed on at a hospital in Tehran
life or death poll

Pastor Commits Suicide After Years of Doing Suicide Support

The outreach group he and his wife founded in 2016 sought to end the stigma of mental illness and connect people to resources including a 24-hour crisis line