Our attention is drawn to an opinion piece in The Standard newspaper of June 17 by Michael Waikenda titled, ‘Talk time is over, let’s now engage our Youth’.Read More »
Since the early 1980s, government thanks to pressure from International Monetary Fund and World Bank replaced the idea of society with the idea of the market.Read More »
Across human history, there has been a single lesson for all societies. Those that failed to grasp it suffered hugely, and inflicted massive pain on many. And yet, still, in 2013, it is the plague of our species that we so often cannot appreciate this single point, and live by it.Read More »
The Public Benefits Organisations Act 2013, the new regulatory and administrative framework for non-governmental organisations expected to come into force soon, provides for the establishment of an authority to be known as the Public Benefits Organisations Regulatory Authority.Read More »
A week ago The Standard on Saturday carried a very informative article, “The time bomb that is millions of jobless youth”. The article indicated that about half of the Kenyan youth aged 18 to 34 years — millions of them are currently jobless.Read More »
- Devolution key to unlocking Asal potential
- Varsities expansion must consider quality safeguards
- In TJRC Final Report lies another wasted opportunity
- Japanese pupils and students getting Special education than their counterparts in Africa
- Link search for justice to AU policy standards
- Ruling by judge informs Iringo, Kibicho appointments
- Wajir County Budget Estimates 2013 should be rejected
- Mass of unemployed is new ‘tyranny of numbers’
- Do you ever consider Kenya a predatory society?
- It’s critical 30pc tenders for youth pledge is kept
- Why Senate must be involved in enactment of Revenue Bill
- NSSF: Social Security is a basic human right that’s enshrined in our Constitution
- Conservationists not against construction of Southern Bypass
- African Union, ICC can find middle ground
- Why rotational presidency would be our best bet
It is extremely encouraging that more and more the systemic weakness in our voting process which is what is now popularly called “tyranny of numbers” is being openly discussed.
Known for its opulence and serenity, this pristine neighbourhood is the home to who is who in Kenya. But a combination of factors are threatening to ruin its good reputation, writes PETER MUIRURI
James Gandolfini, the US actor best known for his role as a therapy-seeking mob boss in The Sopranos, has died at the age of 51.