[Independent (Kampala)] London, UK -UK parliamentarians have condemned the Ugandan Government’s reported arrest and torture of opposition MPs, urging the British Government to promote democracy in Uganda.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -National carrier Kenya Airways has announced that it is reducing its schedule for its Nairobi-New York route to five flights in a week effective January 15, 2019 from the current daily flights.
[Maka] The woman who once styled herself as Africa’s first female billionaire, controlling a complex empire of companies registered around the world, is discovering that all those overseas registrations make her vulnerable to legal action in multiple jurisdictions.
[Bhekisisa] Researchers once again confirm: It’s impossible for HIV-positive people on treatment to transmit the virus through sex — this time among gay men.
[Nairobi News] Miguna Miguna has received a warm welcome on arriving in Canada earlier today.
[Namibian] JULIUS Indongo and his team arrived to Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon for his historic super lightweight unification bout against Terence Crawford.
[Observer] Dr Stella Nyanzi, a Makerere University researcher, has sued the state, five months after she was stopped at Entebbe International airport, from travelling to the Netherlands.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -As Atletico Madrid seek to make history this Saturday when they once again face their rivals Real Madrid in a Champions League Final, Heineken Kenya has set up exclusive VIP experiences for its Kenyan football fans to enjoy the game.
[The Star] A high profile Kenyan delegation that is set to storm the ICC’s Assembly of States Parties meeting is likely to cost the taxpayer at least Sh70 million.
She can always dream SAHRA HALGAN, a musician, fled Hargeisa in northern Somalia in 1991. The city she left was a smoking ruin; most of the population was scattered.