Commentary

Calm down America, attacks won’t break UK
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

When I rolled my wheelchair out of my apartment block Sunday morning - mere hours after three attackers killed seven a few hundred yards away in London Bridge and Borough Market - the most striking thing was the sense of calm.

Move aside, green change is an unstoppable force
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

Being the leader of the free world, it is paradoxical the US is negating on a critical responsibility as climate change considering the danger it poses to humanity.

How smallholder dairy farming is transforming rural economies
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

In Kenya approximately 1 million rural poor households depend on dairy and dairy related products for their livelihoods as smallholder dairy farmers.

Trump's pullout from climate pact a blessing in disguise for Kenya?
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

The world is reeling from the decision by the US President Donald Trump to pull his country out of the historic Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

Opinion: Why IEBC is an unnecessary burden to taxpayers
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

I ask again, who has bewitched us? Why do we keep spending colossal sums of money on things that we quite frankly do not need?

Opinion: Was Uhuru serious on taking action against economic saboteurs?
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

Kenyans are often asked to report to the EACC. It is a cruel hoax in very many aspects; on February 23, 2016 I wrote a complaint about the pilfering of over Sh200 million in Igembe North CDF.

How we are killing ourselves slowly
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

?Livelihoods across Africa are gradually being threatened by changing climatic conditions.

When ruling a country sometimes goes horribly wrong
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

?“A true and safe leader is likely one who has no desire to lead, but is forced into a position of leadership by the inward pressure of the Holy Spirit and by the pressure of an external situation.”

Opinion:Why elections are Kenya's costly mistake repeated every 5 years
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

Keim, an American professor of history and political science, argues that Africa has mistakenly been thought of as a primitive place “full of trouble and wild animals and in need of help”. This state of horror is occasionally supplanted by images of a wild safari, a warrior and a hut

Trump's unlikely gift to Europe and how it could lead to new world order
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

America may have been one of the founders of the G20, but the band sounds ready to move on without its lead vocalist – or at least to hum a different harmony while the United States sings its own tune.

Despite lingering questions, launch of SGR was historic
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

The launch of the SGR earlier this week was a moment of national pride.

Uhuru’s strategy that appeals to the brain but ignores the heart
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

In the 1992 elections, Americans had their own Baba (spelt ‘Bubba’ but pronounced the same as our Baba). And he won the elections hands down. OK, let me start this story from the beginning.

Free enterprise will shape our future but we must do more
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

The industrialised Kenya that Vision 2030 foresees will be built on the sweat of entrepreneurs.

Electoral commission failed us by clearing ‘tainted’ candidates
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

For some, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC)’s clearance of leaders with questionable past this week was inevitable.

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