It has now been revealed that a molecule in the venom of a snake inhibited coronavirus reproduction in monkey cells.
According to Brazilian researchers, this could be a possible
first step towards a drug that could cure virus causing coronavirus.
A study published in the scientific journal
UAP Holdings has posted Ksh.252 million profit earnings for
the year ended June 2020 up from Ksh.305 million loss.
The improved performance has been ancored on improved
operating income alongside gains in cost containment for the period under
For instance, UAP’s total income has improved by 36.5 percent
At least 10 people were feared trapped under rubbles after a
five-storey residential building collapsed in Gachie, Kiambu County on Monday
No deaths have been reported so far. Search and rescue operation is underway.
More to follow
British American Tobacco Kenya (BAT-Kenya) has been crowned this year’s overall winner of the annual energy management awards by the Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM).
The event recognized companies that have onboarded best practices to conserve energy in their activities.
Other winners include Absa bank in the
The East African Community (EAC) staff members will work from home beginning
The decision has been informed by the emergence of
coronavirus symptoms among staff members in EAC headquarters in Arusha.
Secretary General Peter Mathuki said on Wednesday that most
of the staff members will work from home from
For sports betting fanatics, winning big is always
the ultimate goal. Not long ago seven lucky Kenyans became instant millionaires
after placing their winning bets on the Odibets Mega Jackpot platform.
How did they do it, you may ask? With a stake
of only Sh95, the seven punters had
Five people have been confirmed dead after they were
involved in a tragic road accident in Webuye, Bungoma County.
According to a report by Standard Digital, the accident involved
several vehicles that hit a transformer.
During the accident, the lorry rammed into a probox and
burst into flames.
Some of the
Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) PLC has
launched a youth empowerment program dubbed Y-Gen, that seeks to promote career
development of young employees as part of the Company’s diversity mainstreaming
Launched under the slogan ‘The Future is Now’, KenGen has
now moved to register the Y-Gen Youth Empowerment Program
South African Airways (SAA) will take to the skies starting
this September after more than one year of closure due to bankruptcy.
The airline says in a statement that it will resume
operations on September 23, 2021.
Interim CEO, Thomas Kgokolo, said they will start operating
flights from Johannesburg
Pfizer on Wednesday said a booster dose of its two-shot
COVID-19 vaccine spurs a more than threefold increase in antibodies against the
coronavirus, as the company seeks US regulatory approval for a third injection.
According to Reuters, the drug-maker and its German partner
BioNTech SE aim to complete the