Photos from the launch of the Cord Coalition election campaign at a rally in Uhuru Park, Nairobi on the 30th January. Read on! →
The 29th Africa Cup of Nations (CAN), which begun on 19 January when hosts South Africa took on debutants Cape Verde, will attract a record global audience. In 1957, just three teams, Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt, took part in the Read on! →
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