Author: kenyanobserver

Controversial Nairobi businessman Jayesh Saini goes underground

News

Controversial Nairobi businessman Jayesh Saini has gone underground after many scandals were blown by social media users, that have been...

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Finlay Kenya Shuts Down Two Flower Farms Over Decreasing Demand

Economy

James Finlay Limited Kenya has announced the decision to shut down two Kericho farms due to decreasing flower demand. A letter from the...

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Esma Platnumz reveals just how inloved they are in Tanasha’s life

Entertainment

Esma Platnumz and her mother seem to be very vocal about what goes on in Diamond Platnumz’ world especially where his wife and child are...

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Motema Pembe players warned against witchcraft ahead of Gor Mahia game – Nairobi News

News

Congolese side Daring Club (DC) Motema Pembe has warned its players and the technical bench against engaging in witchcraft ahead this...

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Global Gateway, UN-Habitat in MoU to upgrade slums : The Standard

News

UN-Habitat Director of Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Atsushi Koresawa, UN-Habitat Executive Director Maimuna Sherif, Head of...

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Johannesburg’s black mayor resigns over race row

News

Mr Mashaba also said the government’s “pro-poor agenda” has been “undermined, criticised and rendered nearly...

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Explainer: Privileges that come with presidential awards

News

By CLAIRE WASILWAMore by this Author On Sunday, Eliud Kipchoge, the first human being to run a marathon under two hours, was among hundreds...

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Procrastination warns you the goal is small

Economy

Personal Finance Procrastination warns you the goal is small Monday, October 21, 2019 12:44 By SERAPHINE RULIGIRWA-KAMARA  ...

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Facebook says Libra won’t be controlled by a single company : The Standard

Economy

21st Oct 2019 15:14:47 GMT +0300 Executives involved with Facebook’s proposed Libra digital currency say they will work with...

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Quantum Computing Is Coming, Bit by Qubit

World

YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. — A bolt from the maybe-future struck the technology community in late September. A paper by Google computer...

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