August 23

  • Kenya: Shell Free Oil for Motorists

    The Star

    MOMBASA motorists were yesterday given free fuel by Vivo Energy Kenya, the company that distributes and markets Shell-branded fuels and lubricants. Read more »

  • Kenya: Leopards Begin GoTV Shield Defence Against Mathare

    The Star

    AFC Leopards begin their quest to defend their GOtv Shield against Mathare United today in a round of 32 match that has been delayed for several weeks at the Nyayo Stadium from... Read more »

  • Kenya: Coastals Vow to Front Own Man At FKF's Sept 27 SGM

    The Star

    COAST soccer administrators have opposed calls to disband the Football Kenya Federation even as they vowed to front a candidate to vie for the vacant vice presidency at the planned... Read more »

  • Somalia: Seychelles Welcomes the Apprehension of Garfanji

    Dalsan Radio

    The government of Seychelles says this is a positive step in ensuring security in the region. The Seychelles government has commended the effort of the Somali government following... Read more »

  • Somalia: Hanafi Admits He Has a Kenyan ID

    Dalsan Radio

    Hassan Hanafi who is in the Kenyan Police detention admitted that he has a Kenyan ID. Hassan Hanafi is accused of masterminding the killing of Somali journalists in Mogadishu. A... Read more »

  • Kenya: Robbers Hit Jacaranda

    The Star

    An Italian investor in Watamu has threatened to close down his luxurious resorts in Jacaranda if the government does not improve security in the area. Read more »

  • Kenya: Sh5.8 Million for Traders

    The Star

    The county government has disbursed a Sh5.8 million loan to 88 traders from eight subcounties. Read more »

  • Kenya: Access Kenya Launches Mobile Business APP

    The Star

    Access Kenya has launched a mobile service solution for smart phones and tablets. Read more »

  • Kenya: Disease, Storm Cause Huge Losses - ADC

    The Star

    AGRICULTURAL Development Cooporation managing director Andrew Tuimur has said the organisation faces financial challenges following last year's losses. Read more »

  • Kenya: Who Can Stop the Bankers?

    The Star

    The big question rugby fans are asking is: Who can stop the KCB juggernaut at the Safaricom Driftwood Sevens from today at the Mombasa Sports Club. Read more »

  • Kenya: Settlers Oppose Plans for Kamnarok Reserve

    The Star

    A dispute has erupted over a planned eviction of more than 35,000 people living in a gazetted area, part of Lake Kamnarok National Game Reserve in Baringo. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: ETO to Award Diaspora Businesses for Tourism Contribution

    Reporter

    The newly established Ethiopian Tourism Organization (ETO) is set to award Ethiopians doing businesses abroad for their contributions to the tourism sector, which many believe is... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: In Defense of Ethiopia's Dam and Its National Interest [opinion]

    Reporter

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  • Ethiopia: The Coming of the Multinationals

    Reporter

    New foreign policy direction has been in the works in Ethiopia during the past few years. It is a slow evolution to the so-called 'economic diplomacy' and by now, the focus of the... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: The Blame Game On IGAD Peace Process Clashes With Reality [opinion]

    Reporter

    The eight-month crisis has intensified the entrapment of the people of South Sudan in the dire situation of chaos, fear, excruciating famine, displacement, extreme humanitarian... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Thaijazz Beach - Good for Jazz, Swim

    New Times

    You mean there is even Thai food in Gisenyi? That is the signature question for everybody visiting the ThaiJazz Beach Restaurant for the first time. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Warren, God's Warrior

    New Times

    Joining us in the country very recently was the mega-superstar, American pastor and author, Rick Warren, doing what he does best; that is opening ears that had long been clogged by... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Spare Suarez, Spoil the Game

    New Times

    I must admit that I honestly thought Luis Suarez's career had hit a snag following that infamous bite on Giorgio Chiellini. A footballer's office is the pitch and Suarez was... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Troubled Past Shaped My Career Path, Says a Former Street Boy

    New Times

    Céléstin Ntawirema is a young, multi-talented artiste who supports the local artistic culture through music, art, dance, drama, and film. Read more »

  • Rwanda: When Jackie Chan Visited a Graduation Party

    New Times

    A few days ago, I read in the papers a story about Jackie Chan's son who was arrested after a drug bust. This story reminded me of an incident when, several years ago, I was... Read more »

  • Kenya: Wafula Brace Lifts Leopards Over Mathare

    Capital FM

    Winger Noah Wafula scored a brace to send defending champions AFC Leopards to the Round of 16 of the GOtv Shield in their 3-2 win over Mathare United at a soggy Nyayo National... Read more »

  • Rwanda: How Should Christians Prepare for the Lord's Return?

    New Times

    For many centuries now, people have read the Bible and come to the conclusion that this world will eventually come to an end. But the question that many others ask is: Is it really... Read more »

  • Eritrea: Eritrean National Festival Concludes in Colorful Manner With Awarding of Prizes to Winners

    Shabait

    The Eritrean National Festival that was in progress at the Expo grounds from 16 to 23 August under the theme "Culture: Guarantor for Existence and Continuity." concluded today in... Read more »

  • Uganda: Yes, Military Courts Can Prosecute Civilians [opinion]

    Observer

    For quite some time now, legal minds in this country have been debating the issue of whether the military courts martial have the legal mandate to prosecute civilians or not. To... Read more »

  • Kenya: Amrouche CAF Ban Reduced to Six Games

    Capital FM

    Belgian Adel Amrouche breathed a sigh of relief, after the Confederation of African Football (CAF) reduced his one-year ban to six matches, following his appeal against the initial... Read more »

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