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South Sudan’s Big man’s syndrome

When European “dictator-for-life” Julius Ceasar assumed power and returned to Rome to claim his throne some time in 47BC, the inauguration ceremony...

Corporate culture a thing of the past

In mid-March, most office workers were propelled into a sudden, frenzied experiment of working from home. Five months later, the experiment shows...

Can’t sleep? Here’s what you should know

Being unable to sleep is not only frustrating, it can hinder productivity at work, not to mention put one’s health at risk.

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Two injured as Kenyan cargo plane crashes in Somalia

Two people were injured when a Kenyan cargo plane crashed at Somalia's main airport in Mogadishu on Saturday, the police have confirmed.

Burundi Rebel Group Claims Attacks in New Offensive

A Burundian rebel group claimed responsibility Friday for a spate of recent attacks on security forces and the ruling party's youth league...

Kenya: Basketball, Chess and Netball Wait Longer for Greenlight

Kenya Basketball Federation (KBF) will appeal to the Ministry of Sports to allow their national teams to begin preparations for international events.

South Sudan: Stage-Managed Boda Boda appreciation to the president on the removal of the finance minister.

Boda-boda Association in South Sudan staged protests and appreciate President Salva Kiir Mayardit for removing the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning,...

Kenya’s Amina Mohamed qualifies for next round in race to head WTO

The Kenyan candidate in the race for World Trade Organisation (WTO) Director-General post, qualified on Friday for the next round of tests...
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