Summer is the enemy of the football fan. That period from June until mid-August when everyone else relaxes in the sun, releasing the pressure built up at work or school, we sit gawping over click-bait articles about transfer rumours conjured up in the imagination of some glorified blogger. 830 more words
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By Tonny Oluoch
Research continues to show the importance of two parents as the basis of bringing up children. However, about five out of ten families in Kibera are led by single mothers, meaning that for half of families in the slum, women usually have to play both roles of father and mother. 575 more words
By Felix Omondi
Over the years, many residents of Mathare and other slums across Nairobi have lost brothers, friends and neighbors through the nozzle of police guns for flimsy excuses,from dressing in a particular way to being unproven suspects of criminal activities; to stray bullets fired to disperse protests. 1,161 more words
The initial run of the post-Clarkson Top Gear era has finished.
Series 23 of the most coveted and highest grossing global phenomenon motoring television has ever seen was unlike any season that has gone before it. 990 more words