Nakuru businessman in custody over death of student

A businessman from Nakuru spent the night in police custody following the death of a college student with whom he had been drinking. The body of 22-year-old Eileen Cherotich was found along the Nakuru-Eldoret Highway on Sunday morning after a

Japan passes law requiring citizens to laugh once a day

In a curious move, politicians in Japan's Yamagata prefecture have passed a law encouraging citizens to laugh at least once a day, citing research from a local university that highlights laughter's potential health benefits in reducing the risk of heart

DP Gachagua: Ruto should appoint ministers who are not arrogant and boastful

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has broken his silence after President William Ruto dismissed his entire Cabinet on Thursday. According to Gachagua, the president has his full support as he seeks a new team to help deliver on his agenda. Gachagua

By Collins Otieno

Moroccan influencer Kenza Layli makes history as first Miss AI pageant winner

Kenza Layli, a Moroccan influencer, has made history by becoming the first-ever winner of a virtual beauty pageant, triumphing over 1,500 AI models to secure the top spot. She won a $20,000 grand prize and is available 24/7 in seven languages to engage with her 190,000+ Instagram followers. Layli's virtual character not only celebrates Moroccan culture and technology but also

By David Osoro

Alcaraz crushes Djokovic to retain Wimbledon title

Carlos Alcaraz powered to victory over an out-of-sorts Novak Djokovic in a bewildering final to retain his men's singles title at Wimbledon. A repeat of last year's showpiece, it failed to live up to the five-set thriller of 12 months ago as Djokovic appeared mostly helpless against the dominant Spaniard. After squandering three championship points when trying to serve out the victory, Alcaraz held his arms aloft after battling through


How Ruto’s bottom up politics created a monster that now threatens to engulf him

Many of the grievances of Kenya’s Gen-Z, young people who took to the streets in late June, have been palpable for years. I witnessed these during field research as a social anthropologist studying land,

By The Conversation