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The family of the late city lawyer Geoffrey Oriaro are mourning the loss of three members of their family after Oriaro's brother, his wife and niece perished in a road accident on Wednesday. Patrick...
The Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) on Wednesday afternoon officially declared the start of the teachers' strike. KNUT Secretary General Wilson Sossion emphatically stated that the Union...
Detectives from the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission on Tuesday, arrested two prosecutors at the Public Prosecutions office in Kisumu. Sonye Okumu and Jared Ruto allegedly received a bribe of...
The Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) has sparked an online buzz, after it initiated a new strategy to market its brand on Social Media. As schools re-opened from Monday this week, the bank decided to...
Pope Francis has urged all priests across the globe to pardon women who have committed the sin of abortion. The Pope, however, gave the leeway only during the Jubilee year which begins in December....
Live with Shenzy / Voice of the Underground (VOTU) is an urban radio show based on hip hop culture, hosted by MC Shenzy, a Nairobi, Kenya based hip hop activist/ mc/radio host and co-founder of the Rhyme FM website. In this latest episode of his show, MC Shenzy reports on his encounter with the new talents of 125 (One two five, named after the postal code of their neighbourhood Rongai). Listen to the show below. Gaza, Chiz N Brain, Batata, Kdawg and MG: just to mention a few established emcees who graced the Live With Shenzy webcast in the past. Now to some new breed. I must confess though very few new emcees make it to my playlist, let alone the coveted killer interview. Listen to Live with Shenzy featuring 125 (mostly in Swahili / Sheng): Ladies and gentlemen, I take you...
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