Last Updated: August 21, 2014 13:00

Coach Williamson to part ways with Gor Mahia after Sunday's game

The much anticipated departure of Gor Mahia head coach Bobby Willimson is finally here as the Scott prepares to hit the road to Harambee stars after Sunday's game against Sony sugar at City stadium.

Leaders question authenticity of Domestic Violence Bill

A section of Nyanza religious and community leaders have called for sanity in the National Assembly as it debates Domestic Violence Bill.

Kuppet warns CORD on push to fully devolve education

Kenya Union of Post Primary Education (KUPPET) has warned Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) against including devolution of education in the referendum.

Kenya scores poorly in EAC logistics survey

Kenya is ranked fourth in the East Africa community behind Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania as far as performance of its logistics industry is concerned.

MPs accuse PSC of welfare bias, seek more perks

MPs have turned the heat on their colleagues who sit in the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC) for being egocentric on welfare matters.

Baringo icon who got access to Kenyatta while in detention dies

He was among the few Kenyans who reached Mzee Jomo Kenyatta when the latter was in prison.


Uhuru assures investors in tourism industry of support

President Uhuru Kenyatta Wednesday assured investors that his government was addressing the insecurity, which had contributed to slump in tourism.

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Baby with rare birth defect dies

Baby Islam Saidi, who has been in the Press following corrective surgery for a blocked anal passage and who was said to be recovering died on Tuesday night from complications brought about by the birth defect.


Amrouche insists FKF knew about the Burundian, says he prepared Stars well

Suspended coach Adel Amrouche has defended his tenure at Harambee Stars bench two days after he appeared before the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to contest his one-year ban.


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