Gadget Review: Samsung Note 20/Note 20 Ultra

Galaxy Phone Series lovers will be spoilt for choice following the release of the latest range of phones and accessories that have combined performance and design The Galaxy Note20, Note20 Ultra, Tab S7 and S7+, a premium smart watch Galaxy Watch3, and Galaxy Z Fold2 The new phones have the features that have put them in the category of super flagships. The latest release has been termed the most powerful Note series yet. Power to Work With the changing needs of device flexibility in the modern world we can now…

Realme smartphone brand launches in Kenya

Realme has officially entered the Kenyan Market as part of the brand’s global growth and expansion strategy. The company, whose operations in both high-end and mid-range smartphones begun mid-2018 recognizes Kenya’s exclusive position as a regional nexus for smartphone technology and innovation and is keen to bring its global excellence in smartphone technology to Kenya with a range of products specifically designed to meet the leap-forward needs of young consumers. With a combination of the fastest technology adoption and innovation, open economic policies, and a strong talent pool, Kenya makes an ideal hub from…

Racism haunts football – Watford’s Christian Kabasele

The 29-year-old has been a strong voice in the fight against racism given his experiences during his professional career. It was a moment that shocked European football. Christian Kabasele, who was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo, scored for Genk against Standard Liege in October 2015 and celebrated with a monkey imitation. His celebration was in protest of the monkey chants he’d been subjected to by some Kortrijk fans in September 2015 in another Belgium Pro League game. The Belgium Pro League did not immediately respond to CNN Sport’s request for…

Paxful hit $4.6 Billion In Volume, 4.5 Million Registered Wallets in it 5th Year

Paxful, a leading peer-to-peer bitcoin (BTC) marketplace that aims to provide financial inclusion around the globe, announced today that the platform has hit $4.6 billion in trade volume and reached 4.5 million wallet registrations. Additionally, as they embark on their 5th year in service, they have released historical data that outlines the progression of peer-to-peer marketplaces over time. Once reputed to be a breeding ground for fraudulent activity, peer-to-peer marketplaces are now one of the most dependable platforms for buying and selling bitcoin. Paxful has achieved a less than 1%…

Why South Africa’s Covid-19 death rate is lower than predicted

Crammed with more than half a million people somewhere between the Winelands and beaches of this international destination it’s now the center of attention. High-density areas like Khayelitsha are being closely watched because doctors say that places like this are where the battle against Covid-19 on the African continent will be won or lost. South Africa is, by far and away, the hardest-hit country on the continent. Its confirmed case count is approaching 200,000 and rising fast. Western Cape is now in the middle of the peak of its coronavirus surge. With more than…

State Swings in to Resolve Del Monte Land Issues

The land lease dispute between the giant company Del Monte and the residents of Kiambu County has attracted the eye of President Uhuru Kenyatta who has directed the Ministry of Lands to resolve the issue as soon as possible. According to the Lands Principal Secretary Nicholas Muraguri, the Head of State has given the Ministry until the end of the Month of July to have the issue resolved after Washington called on Nairobi to intervene. “All parties will be listened to and the government will conclusively deal with the issue…

Emirates delivers on customer promise, offers travel confidence

In the past two months, Emirates has processed nearly 650,000 refund requests, returning over AED 1.9 billion to its customers and making good on its promise to expedite refunds after the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted travel plans for millions of customers around the world. In April, Emirates had announced that it would ramp up its refunds capabilities and committed to clear its backlog by August, which at that time stood at nearly half a million requests. The airline had crossed that target by early June, after expanding its processing capability from…

Rio cartels go from running drugs to pushing medication

CNN’s International Security Editor Nick Paton Walsh reports from Rio de Janeiro as the coronavirus spreads through the favelas, with Brazil now the country with the second highest number of coronavirus infections behind the United States. A drug gang granted CNN access to one of Rio’s poorest and most socially isolated communities to illustrate how it has dealt with Covid-19 in an area inaccessible to state healthcare. One gang member, Ronaldo, told Paton Walsh, “We fear the virus, not Bolsonaro. We can’t count exactly how many have already died. The hospitals kill more…

Laikipia County Government COVID-19 Response teams Receives 550 bales of Soko Maize Meal from Capwell Industries

Capwell Industries head of corporate affairs Obadiah Gitiye. The donation will go a long away in supporting vulnerable communities within Laikipia County who have been greatly affected by the pandemic, stating that affected families will each receive two packets of Soko maize meal 2kg. Thika based food and beverage processing company  Capwell Industries Limited, has donated 550 bales of Soko maize meal to Laikipia County Government emergency response team as part of the firm’s corporate efforts to help in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic that has ravaged the country’s economy.…

Rio cartels go from running drugs to pushing medication

CNN’s International Security Editor Nick Paton Walsh reports from Rio de Janeiro as the coronavirus spreads through the favelas, with Brazil now the country with the second highest number of coronavirus infections behind the United States. A drug gang granted CNN access to one of Rio’s poorest and most socially isolated communities to illustrate how it has dealt with Covid-19 in an area inaccessible to state healthcare. One gang member, Ronaldo, told Paton Walsh, “We fear the virus, not Bolsonaro. We can’t count exactly how many have already died. The hospitals kill more…