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Joyce Zakary of Kenya gestures after her women's 400 metres heat
27/08/2015 - Athletics World Championships

Drugs busts cast pall over Kenya’s World Athletics Championships triumphs

Kenyan athletes return to competition at the athletics world championships on Thursday doubtless thankful that the rivalry between Justin Gatlin and Usain Bolt in the 200 metres will overshadow the ...
South Africa's Wayde Van Niekerk (à droite) beats the US's LaShawn Merritt.
27/08/2015 - Athletics World Championships

Niekerk hospitalised, drugs busts and Kenyan triumphs on day five of World Athletics Championships

Van Niekerk is rushed to hospital, Zakari and Manunga are busted, Yego and Jepkemoi keep Kenya winning and Bolt and Gatlin should watch out for Hughes and on day five of the Beijing World Athletics ...

African press review 27 August 2015

The Kenyan media has once again extensively covered the achievements of its athletes at the World Athletics Championship in Beijing.
Kenyan David Rudisha won the 800 metres at the Beijing World Athletics Chanmpionship
26/08/2015 - Athletics World Championships

Rudisha returns to form with Beijing 800 metres triumph

If the Rudishas are still thinking about names for their new baby, Beijing wouldn’t be too bad a choice. True, it’s not very Kenyan but it would be evocative.

Usain Bolt of Jamaica competes at the start of the men's 200 metres heats during the World Championships in Beijing on 25 August
26/08/2015 - Athletics World Championships

Rutherford, Rudisha, Bolt and Gatlin shine on day four of the Beijing World Athletics Championship

The crowd cheers the Chinese, Rutherford disproves the ridicule, David’s the daddy on the track and off, Bosnia wins bronze and Bolt and Gatlin are back on day four of the Beijing World ...

African press review 26 August 2015

The Kenyan press is dominated by the glittering achievements of the country’s athletes at the world athletics championship in Beijing.
Supreme Court Justice Smokin Wanjala (R) with other judges, 25 March 2013
25/08/2015 - Kenya

Kenyan court ruling on teacher pay will alleviate 'hardship'

Kenya’s Supreme Court on Monday said that the government must give teachers a pay rise of at least 50 per cent, upholding an earlier court ruling.

African press review 22 August 2015

Banking in Nigeria takes a hit from endemic insecurity.

African press review 21 August 2015

Crime, shock and the secret to the fountain of youth make the headlines of the African press, as Kenyan police make a breakthrough in April's Garissa attack.

African press review 20 August 2015

Accusations of sectarianism, suicidal ministers and a couple who prove that love isn't blind, are some of the stories topping the African papers.