Positive start for Kenya in 2021 Rugby Africa Barthes Cup: the benchmark sport

The 2021 Rugby Africa Barthes Cup action between Kenya U20 and Senegal U20. [Courtesy-KRU] Kenya’s national under-20 rugby team kicked off their Rugby Africa Barthes Cup campaign on a high note after beating Senegal 50-3 in the opener at Nairobi’s Nyayo Stadium. Kenya U20, also known as ‘Chipu’, scored eight …

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Nairobi: The struggle to Africanize a colonial city | Kenya

Francis Atwoli is a man of means. Fabulously wealthy, the pugnacious 72-year-old has headed the Central Organization of Trade Unions for two decades, somewhat ironically representing more than 2.5 million low-paid workers in Kenya. Under his leadership, the labor movement has been completely neutralized as a political force, and he …

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Binnings shares the secrets of self-sufficient agriculture

MAUD, Texas – Among the changes seen on this slope of the pandemic, there may be a new emphasis on agriculture and other self-reliance efforts. In the beginning, with panic buying and supply chain complications, various supplies became scarce during the height of COVID. Some people have taken note of …

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HIV awareness event to draw attention to the public health crisis

CHARLESTON, West Virginia (WSAZ) – More than 200 community members gathered on Saturday afternoon at Magic Island, forming the expression HIV SOS with their bodies. “If you just moved to Charleston, you wouldn’t know we are in so much pain,” said Joe Solomon, organizer of Solutions Oriented Addiction Response (SOAR). …

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Latinx Technology and Community Center commemorates 20th anniversary with music, dancing and food

FLINT, MI – The Latinx Technology and Community Center celebrated its 20th anniversary with a festive day full of music, dancing and culturally authentic Latin cuisine on Saturday, June 26. “It is a blessing and an honor to hold this position and to celebrate 20 years,” said Zuccaro. “It’s one …

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Neuville weather kenya storm as Ogier closes the gap

Published on: 06/26/2021 – 17:06 Paris (AFP) Thierry Neuville weathered a massive storm on Saturday in his Hyundai to retain pole position on Day 2 of the Safari Rally in Kenya, but looked over his shoulder as seven-time French world champion Sébastien Ogier closed the gap to come third at …

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Work continues amid exam fever

Young fever surveillance workers with GCC help their families out of financial distress Last month, P. Krithika’s honoraria received from the Greater Chennai Corporation for volunteering as a fever watchdog helped fill her mother’s income shortfall. It meant a lot because her mother is the sole breadwinner. The fees also …

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Rep Ruiz, Local LGBTQ Community Leaders Commemorate Pulse National Pulse Memorial Designation

New President Joe Biden enacted a measure designating the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida, as a national memorial. 49 people dead and 53 people injured were killed in a shootout in the nightclub on June 12, 2016. It was the deadliest attack on the LGBTQ community in US history. Biden …

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“I would probably have a year or two to live” | Man diagnosed with HIV in 1986 lives thanks to diagnosis

John Jaruzel was tested for HIV in 1986 and came back positive. At first he thought he only had a few years to live. But now he’s living a busy life. KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – About a year after the first HIV test became widely available, John Jaruzel decided to do …

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Kenya Barris partners with Interscope to launch label and secures ViacomCBS deal

Kenya Barris left an indelible mark in the television world as the creator of the hit series “Black-ish” which spawned two other shows, “Grown-ish “and” Mixed-ish “. Today, the showrunner has decided to try his hand at the world of music by signing a joint venture with a major record …

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