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The flip Motorola phone is back but with the foldable twist under the model Razr. Pre-orders are to begin next month at select retailers in the U.S. as it hits shelves early next year. So how does it work?  It still...
Old age comes with myriads body changes including graying hair, wrinkled faces, cellulite and sagging body parts which were once firm and perky. You can now fix such problems thanks to Opulence Spa located opposite Sifa Towers just a walking...
Kenyan men may soon get high on booze brewed using bacteria sourced from a woman’s private parts.The beer known as Yoni is set to land in Nairobi once a distributor is found locally.The first bottles to be brewed contained...
Children who grew up between the 80’s and 90s are synonymous with mpira za jualaa (polythene paper balls). The highlight of these balls was how they were tactfully made from layers of polythene paper strapped tightly together with sisal rope....
There is a popular myth that chewing peanuts boosts libido; while this is unproven, you can now nonetheless enjoy your peanuts in a loaf of bread. Thanks to local businessman Mwangi Gakinya, peanut bread is quickly taking over the breakfast...
It’s not going to be just another project. Pinnacle Towers building is set to take a place of pride and further change Nairobi’s skyline. Once complete, the multi-billion-shilling building will rise over 300 metres above the ground, becoming Africa’s tallest...
The moment you set your eyes on Margaret Aswani, you instinctively take a second long glance, just to be sure. Laid back, polite and with a warm toothy smile, you can easily confuse Aswani for First Lady Margaret Kenyatta. And...
Mating season for dogs is always noisy and messy in the village. This is because bitches on heat often attract a pack of dogs. However for shrewd dog owners, breeding is not left to chance. The dog owners look for...
They say that one man’s meat is another man’s poison. For the little fish known as omena, this saying cannot be truer. But if you ask Owily Madoro, omena is not only a delicacy, but also a gold mine which...
In the last three years, Kenya lost Sh28.3 billion in revenue due to the slaughter of donkeys that would have been used for income generation. This is according to survey in Turkana, Nakuru, Machakos, Baringo, Narok, Kajiado and Kirinyaga counties...

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