Last Updated: August 22, 2014 10:44

Handling Jomo's death was a tall order

When Dr Eric Mngola announced that President Mzee Jomo Kenyatta had died at around 2.30am at State House Mombasa, he triggered off a series of chain reaction which thrust a Kenya Police inspector into extra-ordinary circumstances.

Government plans to give out cash to keep young women off early sex

The Government is planning to give cash handouts to girls and young women to keep them away from risky sex activities in a bid to eliminate HIV by 2030.

Moi terms plebiscite calls as 'hypocritical'

Former President Daniel Moi has scoffed at the current calls for a referendum, saying it is meant to serve selfish and narrow personal interests.

The art piece Uhuru gave George Bush

While President Uhuru was visiting the US recently, greater focus was, understandably, on the details of the trade talks as well as the fact that Kenya was trying to mend fences with cousin Barry's country, seeing as 'choices have consequences.'

Senator Mike Sonko is an active student

Senator Mike Sonko is determined to earn his degree, not only by word of mouth (like some politicians), but by attending class.

CORD has the numbers to push through referendum bid, says Raila

Raila Odinga has dismissed the plot by the ruling Jubilee Coalition to undermine the referendum bid by governors as inconsequential and said the Opposition has the numbers to amend the Constitution.


Public Accounts Committee to probe recovery of State assets

A watchdog committee is expected to carry out investigations into claims of shoddy recovery of government properties worth billions of shillings at the Coast.

The Counties

Man jailed for life over sodomy

A HIV-positive, middle-aged-man has been sentenced to serve life imprisonment for sodomising his four-year-old son.


Liverpool want Balotelli to sign a good-conduct clause to seal £16million Anfield move

Liverpool will only sign Mario Balotelli if the player agrees to conduct clauses in his contract.



Health & Science

  • Medics protest delayed pay
    Resident doctors at the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) want the national government and the county government of Nairobi to decide who is supposed to pay them.
  • Why Ebola shouldn’t frighten Nairobians
    For weeks now, everyone has been running scared, shouting Ebola this, Ebola that. You would think the world is ending!I was even afraid NGO activists would besiege the Kenya Airways headquarters and chain themselves to one of the planes to petition the airline against its continued forays into Ebola territory.
  • Governors agree to pay health staff
    Governors have agreed to pay health workers who have been on a go-slow countrywide.