Last Updated: July 23, 2014 00:11

Joy for teachers as State to pay Sh5b commuter allowances end month

Teachers will enjoy a boom next week when the Government pays out the second and final tranche of their commuter allowances totalling Sh5.9 billion.

CORD warns of stern action on members opposed to referendum

The Opposition is cracking the whip on dissenters it views as too friendly to the ruling Jubilee coalition, and has warned them that they risk stern disciplinary action, including losing their seats in Parliament.

MPs oppose Bill over NIS access to phone calls, KDF deployment

Members of Parliament have opposed a proposal to give the National Intelligence Service (NIS) unrestricted access to your cellphone messages, calls and emails without a court warrant.

Family prayerfully awaits their son's return two years later

Elias Mwirigu Muguna is yet to return home after he was abducted by strangers two years ago. However, his parents, wife and siblings still prayerfully await his return.

Curtain falls for former dissenting ICC judge

One of the top former International Criminal Court (ICC) judges who was not convinced that President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto had committed crimes against humanity has passed away after a long illness.

Five pupils critically injured as structures on road reserves flattened

Five pupils were critically injured when a demolition exercise turned tragic in Kitengela, Kajiado County.


Hunt on for new coach: Bobby Williamson likely to take over from Adel Amrouche

Experienced Scotsman has emerged as the firm favourite to take over at Harambee Stars following the one year suspension of Adel Amrouche.


Form one student killed in Tala Boys dormitory fire

There was grief and shock after a form one student was killed in a fire that razed down a dormitory in Tala Boys High school in Machakos County on Monday night.

The Counties

Kakamega farmers in rush to meet chicken, eggs demand

A survey commissioned by the Kakamega County Government shows the county produces slightly more than 35 million eggs every year, compared to an annual demand of 170 million eggs.



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