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Kenya floods: as the costs add up pressure mounts on a country in economic crisis

    By Timothy Njagi Njeru, Egerton University   There were early warnings that Kenya’s long rain season – between March and May – was going to bring above-normal rainfall. The extreme intensity of the rain has resulted in devastating floods in many parts of the country. Forty of the country’s 47 counties have been affected. More than 230 people have died and about 40,000 households, so far, have been […]

todayMay 10, 2024 9


Nedbank Namibia Windhoek pedal power race series round 3 set for Sunday

    The 2024 Nedbank Namibia Windhoek Power Pedal Series third leg (WPP3) will take place on Sunday, 14 April at the entrance of Matchless Mine in Windhoek. Registration for the event closed on Wednesday at 17h00, with organisers anticipating between 190 to 220 cyclists to take part in the event. One of the organisers from the Windhoek Pedal Power Cycling Club, Stephanus Feris said preparations are going well. “All […]

todayApril 11, 2024 4

Business / Economics

Financial abuse from an intimate partner? Three ways you can protect yourself

  By Bomikazi Zeka, University of Canberra   Financial abuse occurs when one person takes control over another person’s ability to acquire, use and maintain financial resources. An example is being denied access to your own funds or being forced to deposit your salary into a joint bank account but not having access to the account. It could also take place when large withdrawals are made from joint bank accounts […]

todayMarch 14, 2024 13