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- New treatment to remove fibroid
- Boda Boda Lady: I ride in Nairobi routes where few dare
- Where morans turn their backs on 'cut' girls
- Doctors in Kenya, to advertise or not?
- Selling brooms is my main-stay, Kisumu hawker discloses
- Please come back home, Kakamega family asks missing son who travelled to Nairobi in 1987
- Dark chocolate for Valentine's? Yes please...
- Man gets 15 years for defiling 12-year old girl
- No more pollution at Chepkoibet Spring in Bomet
- School where arts, language classes are not taught
- Why Ubernomics is bold and beautiful Xn Iraki In a country used to high octane politics, it is humbling when ordinary citizens like taxi drivers grab headlines. For most of this week, taxi drivers have replaced politicians as key actors in the big theatre our country has become.
- Mutungas' ghost to haunt corrupt judges for decades Makau Mutua There are three distinct moments of national ecstasy in Kenya’s recent history. The first was the NARC election in 2002 when Kanu irrevocably lost power.
- Unfair application of double standards in Tunoi matter Kamotho Waiganjo I have no idea and will probably never know with certainty whether or not Justice Philip Tunoi was bribed in the Waititu petition.
- Treasury should prioritise public spending to grow our economy Billow Kerrow The Treasury plans spend Sh2 trillion in the upcoming budget for 2015/16 according to published budget documents.
- Africa must wake up to the benefits of science and adapt Barrack Muluka Human beings can no longer sensibly claim exclusive rights to physical space in this day and age of cyberspace.