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- How office design can enhance staff productivity
- US construction firm shifts base to Nairobi
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- Kiambu County to demolish buildings on wetlands
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- Taxman targets ‘Mukuru, Kariobangi’ landlords
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- Chancellor Kalonzo wants EAC to harmonise varsity curriculum
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- Cannibal murders parents then has sex with their dead bodies
- Are you programmed to become wealthy or poor?
- 'World's biggest snake' has been discovered
- Senior Vatican priest comes out as gay and is immediately sacked
- Mombasa Mystery coin could be the oldest ever found in Kenya
- Schoolboy narrates how he was seduced by his female teacher
- Research: How women choose their male partners
- Kenya’s speeding laws call for review Pravin Bowry The ever-growing and largely non-compliant motoring community, the Kenya National Highways Authority and the pesky and corrupt enforcement agency, the National Police Service, have made driving in the country a nightmare; all compounded by a confusing set of laws.
- Offer inspired leadership otherwise the economy will begin to stagnate Anyang' Nyong'o The latest information on the performance of the Kenyan economy shows that rapid economic growth is now uncertain.
- Democratic nominations will strengthen Opposition Kethi D Kilonzo The fish is rotten from the head to the tail. That is the only way to describe the shambolic and chaotic party nominations process in Kenya.
- State-sponsored terrorism undermining world peace Billow Kerrow When political awakening across the Arab world in 2010, popularly known as the ‘Arab spring’, swept through several countries in North Africa and the Middle East, it was clear that people were uneasy with the old order and wanted change, in leadership and the way things were done in their countries.
- Rise of extremism in our politics should worry us Kamotho Waiganjo One of the most amazing but distressing characteristics of today’s national politics, is the growth of extreme partisanship on even the most basic of issues.