The atrocious findings by the Teachers Service Commission and Ministry of Education about systemic bullying at Alliance Boys High School calls for serious reflection and quick action.
Ikolomani constituency in Kakamega County got its name from the corruption of the English words gold mine. The people of this area have made a living digging up the rare metal from the ground often using rudimentary tools.
Like so many other financial scandals before it, the highly publicised theft of more than Sh791 million at the National Youth Service (NYS) in 2015 is likely to be swept under the carpet.
The ravages of an ongoing drought have hardly been tackled in some areas of the Kerio Valley and now bandits are spreading terror.
South Africa is in the throes of xenophobic attacks akin to those witnessed in 2008 and 2015. The 2008 clashes claimed at least 60 lives.
When the Confederation of African Football awarded Kenya the hosting rights of the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN), the news was greeted with excitement. However, with less than nine months to the kick-off, that excitement has been replaced with despair and a sense of racing against time.
There are indications that the Government intends to totally withdraw its advertising from mainstream media houses and place it on a government-run portal; MY GOV.
A potent mix of lawlessness and bad politics has continued to fuel killings and displacements in parts of Baringo County.
Commercial banks should lend more of the customers’ deposits they are sitting on to spur more investments and stimulate the economy.
We should be greatly concerned that the Confederation of African Football (CAF) is unhappy with the quality and poor state of stadiums in Kenya.
When strange bedfellows pool resources, something is amiss. And so it is with the new-found consensus between the national and county governments on the matter of overhauling the Integrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS).
The election of Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed as Somalia president received a lot of support from within and outside Somalia.
The United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) has, in its latest Food Price Monitoring and Analysis report, painted a gloomy picture of the Kenyan situation.
Kenya’s approach to the disposal of harmful chemicals is lackadaisical. This has led to environmental pollution. As a consequence, human and marine lives are in danger.