The tragic story of Quincy Zuma Wambitta Timberlake accused murdering his 3-year-old son under the pretext of saving his child from alien embryos is deep illustration why people must be prevented from believing in their own hype.

Timberlake was a man who lived off public attention and soon the...

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Adrenalin is fast rising among rugby fans as the biggest bonanza of the sport is set to start this Friday. Dubbed Safaricom Sevens, the international games are certainly the leading rugby festival in this part of the Sahara.

For the Love of the Game cannot wait for the games to start so that...

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Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, is the Strongman’s Strongman. And he needs to be, because Russia is vast, wild, and unruly. It spans a staggering 11 time zones and two continents: when people in Moscow are having breakfast, their countrymen 6,500 KM to the East in Vladivostok are going to...

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A piece of matatu artwork by a student called Kevo fired up my curiosity on matatu names last week. He had drawn a ‘nganya’ in his composition book and christened it ‘Bazooka.’ Initially, I had been mad at the rascal for daring to draw in the composition book.

However, the more I looked at the...

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An Argentine football player got the biggest shock of his life last week after fans stripped him in the middle of the game, due to poor performance.

Elias Di Biasi of Sportivo Italiano, a third-tier team in Argentina, lost his kit to three goons who stormed the pitch during the second-half of...

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