Harambee Stars Duo Out of Mozambique Friendly

[Nation] Harambee Stars head coach Stanley Okumbi will do without the services of China-based duo Michael Olunga and Ayub Timbe in the upcoming international friendly match against Mozambique.

[Nation] Harambee Stars head coach Stanley Okumbi will do without the services of China-based duo Michael Olunga and Ayub Timbe in the upcoming international friendly match against Mozambique.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Going Tough for Kenyans at Aiba Worlds

[Nation] Nick Okoth became the second Kenyan pugilists to lose on unanimous point decision in the International Boxing Association (Aiba) World Championships in Hamburg, Germany.

[Nation] Nick Okoth became the second Kenyan pugilists to lose on unanimous point decision in the International Boxing Association (Aiba) World Championships in Hamburg, Germany.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Black Ownership On SA’s Stock Exchange – What We Know

[Africa Check] Black participation in the Johannesburg Stock Exchange continues to be the topic of heated debate in South Africa. This guide explains the different estimates and the methodologies used to arrive at them.

[Africa Check] Black participation in the Johannesburg Stock Exchange continues to be the topic of heated debate in South Africa. This guide explains the different estimates and the methodologies used to arrive at them.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Winky Shines As Beenie Disappoints

[The Herald] Winky D did it again! The dancehall chanter has a history of outclassing international acts and he was in the same spirit on Saturday when he outshined Jamaican singer Beenie Man at Alexandra Sports Club. Winky D proved his prowess as he m…

[The Herald] Winky D did it again! The dancehall chanter has a history of outclassing international acts and he was in the same spirit on Saturday when he outshined Jamaican singer Beenie Man at Alexandra Sports Club. Winky D proved his prowess as he managed to put up a top-drawer performance. Donning a red leather outfit, Winky D made a grand entrance with "Mudhara Vauya" which drove the fully-packed ground crowd into a frenzy.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

How Poverty Is Killing Kenya’s Children With Cancer

[The Conversation Africa] In the last decade, the survival rates for most types of cancer in children have improved in developed countries. Up to 80% of the patients survive, thanks to early diagnosis, timely treatment and advances in medicine.

[The Conversation Africa] In the last decade, the survival rates for most types of cancer in children have improved in developed countries. Up to 80% of the patients survive, thanks to early diagnosis, timely treatment and advances in medicine.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya