July 24, 2014

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Cord officially replaces Mung’aro as Minority Whip -

Thursday, July 24, 2014

[VIDEO] Girl who awed President Uhuru has her education sponsored to secondary level -

Thursday, July 24, 2014

US-African Diaspora Investment Symposium on August 4th -

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Eastleigh terror cells busted -

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Algerian passenger plane with 116 on board crashes in Mali -

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Keylogger malware found at US hotel business centers, Secret Service warns -

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Smithsonian-gate: The Final Report -

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Husband batters wife with hammer to death after finding “I luv yu, mwahhh,” text sent to another man -

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

COTU sets date for nationwide strike, demands removal of Kambi -

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Uhuru meets Kwale Cord politicians, promises them dam, airstrip, roads and title deeds -

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Champs Laiser scorch Maseno

HomeSports Sports   Share Bookmark Print Email Rating Photo/JACOB OWITI Maseno’s Nelson Mandela (left) challenges Mukira Elijah of Laiser Hill during their basketball match of the Kenya Secondary schools sports association term one games at Maseno school on April 17, 2012. Laiser Hill won 61-42.  In Summary Hosts Maseno School began Brookside Kenya secondary schools Term One games on a sour note on Tuesday when they lost 61-42 to national champions, Laiser Hill Academy. A deft, high post bounce pass from Kavuma Rogers hit the path of a charging Reuben Mutoro perfectly as he ran the lane for an easy…

Kenya nine ready to face Africa’s best in Malawi

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Masai, a step closer to London

HomeSportsAthletics Athletics   Share Bookmark Print Email Rating Photo/MOHAMMED AMIN Moses Masai breaks away from Eliud Kipchoge and Mark Mutai on his way to victory during the Athletics Kenya mini-trials at the Nyayo National Stadium on April 17, 2012.  In Summary The 2009 World Athletics Championships 10,000m bronze medallist, Moses Ndiema Masai bounced back from injury to prevail during the national 10,000m pre-trials for the London Olympic Games. Masai, 25, dictated the pace in the field of 17 athletes to triumph in 28 minutes 10.3 seconds and qualify for the national final trials that will be held on June 2…

‘Ingwe’ boost as Wanga returns

HomeSportsFootball Football   Share Bookmark Print Email Rating Photo/FILE AFC Leopards striker Allan Wanga celebrates scoring against Oserian during their Kenyan Premier League match at the Nyayo National Stadium on February 25, 2012. He resumes training ahead of this weekend’s clash with Tusker in Mombasa.  In Summary League leaders AFC Leopards got a mighty boast with the return of international striker Allan Wanga ahead of their “home” trip to Mombasa to host champions Tusker on Saturday. And as the goal poacher, now with four goals in the league, returned from injury this week, anticipation is building up for the arrival…

Sporting Lisbon stand in the way of an all-Spanish Europa Cup final this year

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It’s not over yet, Mourinho insists after first leg loss

HomeSportsFootball Football   Share Bookmark Print Email Rating Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho. Photo/FILE  In Summary Munich Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has insisted the Spanish giants can turn things around in the return leg despite losing 2-1 at Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-final. Germany striker Mario Gomez hit an 88th-minute winner in Tuesday night’s first leg to put Bayern in pole position to reach the May 19 final at their own Allianz Arena stadium against either holders Barcelona or Chelsea. After France winger Franck Ribery gave Bayern an early lead, Real’s Mesut Ozil equalised before Gomez’s winning…

Gor Mahia’s Odhiambo out of Ulinzi clash

HomeSportsFootball Football   Share Bookmark Print Email Rating Photo/FILE Gor Mahia’s scorer Moses Odhiambo (left) and Jonas Nahimana of AFC Leopards during their FKL Cup semi-final match at Nyayo National Stadium on October 20, 2011.   Nairobi Gor Mahia striker Moses Odhiambo will miss this weekend’s Kenyan Premier Leagueclash with Ulinzi Stars. The forward will be out of action for the next two weeks after suffering a shin injury against Sony Sugar in Nakuru. Deputy coach John ‘Bobby ‘Ogola said on Wednesday losing Odhimabo was a huge blow. “The only serious injury is that of Moses Odhiambo who could be…

St John’s upset Kerugoya Girls

HomeSportsHockey Hockey   Share Bookmark Print Email Rating Everline Ooko (left) of Sinyolo girls stops the ball past opponents from St Joseph Kibwana from Eastern in their hockey preliminaries at Maseno school on April 18, 2012. Sinyolo won 5-1. Photo/JACOB OWITI   In Summary East and Central Africa schools’ hockey champions Kerugoya Girls suffered an upset on Wednesday, going down 2-1 to St. John’s Kaloleni, Mombasa, at the ongoing Brookside Kenya Secondary Schools Term One games in Maseno. Kerugoya began the game well, knowing a win would book them a place in the semi-finals and it was no surprise when…

Talented Agero makes the cut for Elgon clash

HomeSportsRugby Rugby   Share Bookmark Print Email Rating In Summary The exceptional ability of Kenya Harlequin’s Eden Agero to be adept at both fly and scrum half positions has finally earned him a call up to the national 15s rugby team. While naming Kenyan’s 22 to take on Uganda Cranes in the first leg of the Elgon Cup/Victoria Cup match on Saturday in Kampala, head coach Michael “Tank” Otieno likened him to some of Kenya’s rugby greats, Peter Belsoi and Martin Ndeda. The 21-year-old Agero was among eight new players including in the squad. The team that has a new…

London begins 100-day countdown

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