Political corruption in France is common, and usually – if the politician is at or near the top of the political game – unpunished.
Women play a critical role in development. One of the most significant places where gender parity must be achieved is in politics.
Joy Mweni was almost giving up on the search for a low-cost private hospital that could admit her diabetic mother. After a frantic search, a friend advised her to try St Mary’s Hospital in Lang’ata.
The current climate of industrial unrest in the public sector comes at a challenging time when the country is facing drought and famine, heightened insecurity and political competition, among other challenges.
In 2014, the world was shocked by the story of Emilie Olsen, a 13-year-old girl in the US who killed herself as a result of years of alleged bullying.
In the midst of a crisis in the health sector, the Government has often resorted to alternative measures to mitigate the crisis.
Women’s rights are human rights. But in these troubled times, as our world becomes more unpredictable and chaotic, the rights of women and girls are being reduced, restricted and reversed.
In early 2015, the County Government of Nairobi passed the Regularisation of Development Bill 2015.
The licence requires that all dogs must be vaccinated against rabies. The control of rabies is very important as this is a fatal zoonotic disease preventable through annual vaccination. Subsequently, all non-licensed dogs will be considered stray and eradicated.
TSC has proposed measures to enhance teacher presence and these include the requirement that all teachers in public primary schools, including school heads to submit a written request to justify their absence from school.
Tales of what the students were allegedly subjected to, read like the script of a horror movie. From beatings through the night, to broken limbs, being forced to lie on graves, making phone calls using smelly shoes, being denied food and much more.
Somewhere in Saudi Arabia at this very moment, people are devouring Kenyan beef. In 2014, the Saudi government lifted a ban on Kenyan beef products.
A boy playing in the fields got stung by what some of my relatives would call an ‘ayela-yela’; a stinging plant. He ran to his mother crying.
The ongoing security operation in parts of Pokot and Baringo counties was long overdue. The Government decision to flush out bandits who have been terrorising residents in the past six or so months should be applauded by all peace-loving Kenyans.