Mary Rhobi, a house help, lost her job on February 7, 2011 after she fell sick.
The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) has been enjoined in a case seeking to stop the Government from snooping on private communication.
Police have recovered four male bodies that were found in an abandoned car in Gitaru area, off Nairobi-Naivasha highway.
Residents of Tassia Phase 1 in Nairobi on Wednesday protested over a stalled road project in the estate. They marched on the busy Outer Ring Road and caused a major traffic jam, carrying placards calling on Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero to order the road works to resume.
The Government has ordered the deregistration of Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero's foundation.
A policeman shot dead his colleague, injured another one before he turned the gun on himself and died in an argument in Tassia area, Nairobi.
A Sh300 billion housing project that aimed to create an additional 14,000 housing units in Nairobi has hit a snag.
Police have launched investigations into the death of a university student who is said to have committed suicide.
Not a week goes by, it seems, without a great new novel or collection of short stories by a writer from one of the many nations of sub-Saharan Africa:
A fresh scandal has emerged at the National Youth Service (NYS) after the government admitted providing months of paramilitary training to 2,238 ‘strangers’ at the Gilgil Camp.
Kenya will fast-track bilateral agreements with Egypt as part of efforts to strengthen their economic ties.
A university student shot himself dead moments after surviving a grisly road accident in Nairobi’s Loresho. Police say the deceased — Brian Kagwe — shot himself in the chest twice using his father’s gun.
An activist has petitioned the High Court to stop Communication Authority from spying on mobile phones.
Police are investigating an incident in which a two-month old baby choked and died in Mathare slums, Nairobi.