Last Updated: July 26, 2014 00:07

Courts of shame: Shocking decay in the corridors of justice

They are supposed to be Kenya’s symbols of justice and equality but most courts across the country are in shambles. Some magistrates have no courtrooms, while some courtrooms also serve as holding cells for suspects.

County bosses 'shared' police recruits' slots

County officials shared out slots reserved for police recruits even before recruitment began, an investigation by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has revealed.

Pressure piles in CORD over Mun'garo ouster

Coast MPs are today expected to meet and pile pressure on CORD leader Raila Odinga, over the removal of Kilifi North MP Gideon Mung’aro as Minority Whip at the National Assembly.

33 kilometres of trouble put Governor Mutua on road to history

Sometime in 1996, Peninnah Wanjiku Mwangi was forced to abandon her newly constructed business premises at Kithimani junction on the Thika-Garissa highway after it failed to attract potential tenants.

Pusetu moves to court in bid to fill Cotu post on NSSF board

The Federation of Kenya Public Service Unions of Kenya (Pusetu) is now demanding to take the slot reserved for the Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu) in the national pension fund’s board.

Far-reaching changes for Industrial Court underway

The Industrial Court is set to undergo far-reaching reforms, including a change of name, in new proposals currently before Parliament.

Sports

A HELPING HAND: Top Fry hires Nick Yakhama to avoid relegation, Muhoroni come calling

Struggling Nakuru Top Fry, who have confirmed former international Nick Yakhama as joint head coach, face Muhoroni Youth today hoping the appointment will help the new-comers beat off relegation at the end of this season.

Kenya

Pusetu moves to court in bid to fill Cotu post on NSSF board

The Federation of Kenya Public Service Unions of Kenya (Pusetu) is now demanding to take the slot reserved for the Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu) in the national pension fund’s board.

The Counties

33 kilometres of trouble put Governor Mutua on road to history

Sometime in 1996, Peninnah Wanjiku Mwangi was forced to abandon her newly constructed business premises at Kithimani junction on the Thika-Garissa highway after it failed to attract potential tenants.

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