A woman and her three daughters were raped before being murdered in a bizarre incident that shocked residents of Wekelekha village in Bungoma County.
Three people have been seriously wounded after bandits attacked a matatu at Muguri in Maralal. Among the injured is an Administration Police Officer who was shot in the left leg and a student.
Former Home Affairs Permanent Secretary Ludeki Chweya has landed himself a new job as Director General of Kenya School of Government (KSG).
The Department of Refugee Affairs in Nairobi has ordered all 600,000 refugees and asylum seekers to go back to their designated camps in Kakuma and Daadab.
Almost 300 people were missing after a ferry sank off South Korea on Wednesday, the coastguard said, in what could be the country's biggest peacetime disaster in nearly 20 years.
- South Sudan army admits loss of key oil town of Bentiu
- Al Qaeda leader vows to attack America in new video
- Woman, three daughters raped and murdered in Bungoma
- Killer prawn that could harm animals and even humans invades Britain
- Man jailed for cutting off puppy’s tail
- Nigeria rebels abduct schoolgirls
- MPs mother hospitalised after being ran over by lorry
- The blind will see, thanks to Google’s contact lens
- Man rapes a 16-year-old and takes her photos
- U.N. seeks to locate followers of slain Congo warlord
- Ten-months-old boy donates bone marrow for his older sister
- Ulevi wachangia ndoto ya wanariadha kuangamia
- My big break with Mombasa Senator Omar Hassan Omar
- The truth about high heels
- Tuberculosis Patients Jailed for Defaulting on Medication
- KTN Leo Full Bulletin 14.04.2014
- (Kajwang on mobile id's) Usajili wa vitambulisho kufanyika karibu na wananchi
- Survivor Series with a 14-year-old girl who looks like a toddler
- Waathiriwa wa mkasa wa shambulizi likoni kupokea hundi ya shilingi milioni 2.2
Differences between Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero and Homa Bay Senator Otieno Kajwang are steadily acquiring a personal dimension.
- Lamu oil, gas find not viable but promising
- FKE warns against high wages, insecurity
- ERC raises petrol prices, slashes cost of diesel and kerosene
- Shilling steady as CBK drains excess liquidity
- Airtel leads the market with three MVNOs on its network
- WB seeks to lift one million people from poverty weekly
- Reinsurance firm plans new acquisitions to drive growth
- More banks in Kenya go paperless to cut costs
- Mumias boosts dairy farmers with new semen centre
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Safaricom-0.15 last 10.20
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Investigations of six members of the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) will not go on after the high court quashed the Tribunal made by president Uhuru Kenyatta determined in a landmark ruling delivered Tuesday.
- Catholic priest gives mentally ill a second chance in life
- Senate vows to help end row over roads
- Graft claims by envoys baseless, says Foreign PS
- Governor accused of denying mining company licence
- Immigration department needs overhaul, State told
- MPs want Kenya Police Reservists officers given back guns
- ‘Hustler Jet’: Details of claims against Ruto aides
- State orders refugees to go back to camps
- The controversial Narasha Land now in the hands of KenGen
A healthy, expectant mum walked into Nairobi Women’s Hospital for a routine check-up.
- The Omieri Mystery
- Distress as old man commits suicide for lack of grandchild
- Parliament’s Futile bid to oust Vice President
- Neglected Mau Mau grave sites found in Narok
- How vote of no confidence against VP Saitoti flopped
- Kenyan ‘Michael Jackson’ who put nation on global map
- Day Prophetess Akatsa brought ‘Jesus’ to Nairobi
- Grave disorder in Parliament as MPs throw blows
- Longest serving detainee at Nyayo torture chambers
The Government’s move to address insecurity by registering all Kenyans afresh in a national digital database has been received by mixed reactions.
- MPs want Ruto aides probed over jet hire
- ODM probe team finalises investigations
- TNA, APK in new scramble for Meru supremacy
- Parties sleepless over cash crunch
- Rivals roll up sleeves ahead of rulings on by-elections
- Ruto’s Western charm offensive
- Nyong’o tells Kidero off for supporting non-ODM candidates
- Could Duale’s stand to ‘defend his people’ cost him politically?
- Mind your business, MCAs now tell off Bahati MP
Leading South Africa-based financial services group Sanlam – the majority shareholder in insurance group, Pan Africa Life, Wednesday announced that it would donate Sh1 million to the Africa Cancer Foundation to support the organisation in its efforts to raise cancer awareness and screening in Kenya.
- Sitting can be as bad as standing
- Scientists grow viable private parts from girls' own cells
- Not everyone who contracts Ebola dies – a testimony
- Woman dies after surgeons left a screw inside her
- Doctors warn that sitting is the new smoking
- Govt cautious of possible Ebola penetration to the country
- Human dietary supplement linked to longer life in mice
- Using mouthwash twice a day could cause cancer
- Taking 7 portions of fruit and veg helpings could reduce cancer risks
Campaigners last night demanded David Cameron scrap his savage welfare reforms after the number of emergency food parcels handed out soared to more than a million.
- 12-year-old girl and boy aged 13 are Britain’s youngest parents
- More than 300 people missing after South Korean ferry sinks
- Police respond to emergency 999 dog call
- Undersea drone heads back to seafloor in Malaysia jet hunt
- Schoolboy aged 10 dies after 'rope swing' accident
- Fears of worldwide banana shortage
- Woman struggles with food phobia for 15 years
- Baby born with eight limbs
- Teenager 'jumps to her death'
- Authorities evicted squatters from an abandoned building and shacks surrounding it just steps from r...
Mention the police force and what immediately springs to mind is corruption. Indeed, Transparency International in a recent report rated it as the most corrupt institution in Kenya.
- 28-year-old man kills grandmother for food
- How key suspected terrorism financier escaped police
- Police pursue 3 found stealing oil
- MPs mother hospitalised after being ran over by lorry
- Gang torches community policing booth in Kisauni
- Police arrest eight ‘Muslim preachers’
- I can make Sh7,000 a week from butterflies, says farmer
- County seeks to decongest Nakuru town
- Court suspends audit of Kapchebet Tea Factory
Editorial Cartoon 15.04.2014
- Corruption as a reason why many nations fail
- Proud moment for Kenya in London
- Radicalisation of terror is the petrol that keeps the fire burning
- Let’s focus on devolving functions to the counties
- Ethnic profiling runs against basic human values
- Editorial Cartoon 13.04.2014
- Historical insight into how wages were managed
- We must all conserve energy
- Governor, MCAs differ over ambulance deal
- How do you punish your children when they make a mistake? Although many parents confess to caning th...
- James Smart talks to former House Speaker, Kenneth Marende about the 11th Parliament...
- Makini School Director Joseph Okello, Dr. J Weche - Director AKAD Education Group and Dr Sam Nthenya...
A big party has been planned in Iten, the home of London Marathon winners Wilson Kipsang and Edna Kiplagat.
- Kipsang basks in London Glory: Champ returns home, focuses on winning Manchester 10km race
- Either Ali or Manoah: AFC expected to name former Ulinzi Stars or Homeboyz tactician as an assistant coach
- Arsenal 3-1 West Ham United: Gunners beat West Ham to claim back 4th place
- Hosts Lake Region and Metropolitan region clash in final
- Abdalla admits ‘relief’ after his account was closed
- Kenya face italy: Under-20 side face Azzuri in a friendly at Nyayo Stadium today
- Kenya bids to host rugby operations in Africa
- Football: KCB FC name Daniel Oluoch caretaker coach
- Manchester United target Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp
- Over 40 riders squared out the second round of the national cross country in the Baringo rally...
- Coca cola unveils Tana golf tourney...
- KTN Prime Full Bulletin 14th April 2014...
Bloody terror attacks, insecurity, economic hardships and broken relationships have led to a sharp increase in cases of mental illness, experts have warned.
- 20 years later, former MP Oduya Oprong still lives with bullet lodged in his head
- Civil servant with state security behind rhino, elephant slaughter
- Widow: I lost everything after my husband’s mysterious death
- Eastleigh is not all about Somalis
- Pickpockets target unsuspecting commuters’ cash, mobile phones
- Nairobi photo exhibition paints the life of Hugo Chavez
- Where is Odero Jowi? Diplomat who brought Unep to Nairobi
- Sick girl’s plea: I want to go to school
- Battlefield tourism: Taita Taveta reaping the fruits
- Now to our Thursday series, frontier and tonight we focus on refugees. Whenever they flee their coun...
- Tonight our weekly thursday series frontier takes you to the north rift where snakebites are a commo...
- We follow the story of two young Somali men from London as they make an intrepid journey back to the...
The International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecution hired an expert to gather evidence regarding the movements of Deputy President William Ruto and radio journalist Joshua Sang ahead of the 2007 post-election violence.
- ICC nightmare has robbed Kenya of its Western allies
- ICC shown satellite evidence of Eldoret arson
- Raila warned of massive bloodshed and Ruto slapped Kivuitu, ICC told
- ICC: Ocampo beats retreat on claims of UhuRuto case fixing
- ICC judges slam Bensouda over evidence against Uhuru
- Ruto allowed to continue skipping ICC hearings
- ICC Witness: I saw six human bodies devoured by pigs
- ICC rejects request to terminate Uhuru’s case
- Ruto, Sang ICC trials to resume
- Deputy President William Ruto says he is thankful to god for prayers answered in the seemingly wobbl...
- Jeff Koinange live with David Matsanga and Ian Wafula (The Hague Trial)...
- ICC setback for DP William Ruto...
Beyonce shows off her bikini body in more holiday snaps after being accused of editing a 'thigh gap'
She was accused of digitally enhancing her thigh gap by fans when she posted a bikini snap to her Instagram account last week. But megastar Beyonce hasn't let it stop her sharing photos of her bikini body.
- US Airways investigating pornographic tweet sent to complaining customer
- Baby with four hands and four feet born at a hospital in China
- Man jailed for 3 months for cutting puppy's tail
- Rapist threatened to post photos of his victim on social media if she told anyone
- Dog makes unnecessary 999 call
- Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez inseparable in Coachella
- Fashion blogger Nancie Mwai delivers a baby girl
- Britain's youngest parents
- Indian boy with a tail on his back
- Visually impaired groom weds his college sweetheart
- Kenyan scholar wins coveted global award in UK
- No more funds for Students Council programme, says Unicef
- Miley Cyrus hospitalized due to allergic reaction
- Kibabii Teachers Training College crowned Drama Festival champs
- Young Kenyans making a big impact in Britain
- A ‘doctor’ for body, soul and everything else
- Use spirit to conquer sword
- Feed your brain, save your memory
- A little road courtesy goes a long way
- Time: The bane of law enforcement Current Affairs In the realm and practice of law, time is and always will remain as the most fundamental and underlying factor. In the vast Kenyan legal machinery, matters relating to time are painfully and sadly contradictory, arbitrary and attributable to delay.
- Why leaders seek mystics, soothsayers Politics The ongoing general election in India has brought to prominence not only the usual cast of political aspirants, campaign managers, publicists, and vote-brokers, but also an array of astrologers, numerologists, and pundits.
- Do these foreign NGOs appreciate our priorities? Current Affairs In the article Billions at Stake Over President Uhuru Kenyatta Team’s Standoff With US, EU that appeared in The Standard on Friday, March 16, 2014, Roselyne Obala claimed the country risks losing Sh14.7 billion due to delays by the Government in signing agreements with donors.
- Fight on terrorism requires proper planning Current Affairs I know Kenyans – and their true friends – are very angry about the Al Shabaab terror attacks. I am very angry myself – steaming hot. There can be no justification – in any religion or moral code – for killing innocents. Never
- Government mishandling anti-terrorism campaign Current Affairs Security is paramount. Absolutely. No doubt about that. In fact the primary duty of any government is to protect life and property of citizens.