Last Updated: July 29, 2014 00:06

How proposed law seeks to protect ‘test tube’ babies

The National Assembly will soon debate a Bill designed to protect test tube babies and their mothers .

Land commission chair Swazuri probed for fraud, forgery

Police are investigating National Land Commission (NLC) Chairman Muhammad Swazuri over claims of fraud and forgery.

Oil benefits yet to trickle to the locals in Turkana

Isaac Lukasi’s hope for oil boom is slowly turning into gloom. And as he stares at the horizon as the sun sets, he knows the dimming sun rays will give way to an insecure night of possible raid by bandits in Turkana’s Nakukulus village.

Muslims end Ramadhan fasting with joy and prayers

Muslims across the country Monday celebrated Idd ul Fitr, marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadhan.

The money we throw out in old electronics

Mr Philip Wahome has made a name for himself as Nairobi’s go-to-guy for people looking to make an extra shilling from old electronics.

yumobile loses 100,000 customers to competitors over uncertainty

The delay in concluding the sale of Essar Telecom's assets could be having an impact on its business, with the network now experiencing a decline in the number of customers as the sale hangs in the balance.


Judge rules tax fraud case against Messi will go ahead

A Spanish court will push ahead with the process of prosecuting Argentina and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi for alleged tax evasion despite a recommendation from the public prosecutor the charges be dismissed.


Kenya’s private sector to take lead in road construction

The private sector will now take the lead in construction of roads in the country starting with the 10,000 kilometres in the next five years, the Government announced Monday.

The Counties

MP Kabando’s brother arrested over mother’s death

Police are holding an MP's brother after he allegedly slashed their mother to death in Mukurwe-ini sub district of Nyeri County.



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