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Why doctors in some counties are still offering normal services
Laikipia, Nyandarua and Uasin Gishu among counties where services have not been disrupted.
By 7 days ago
Why doctors in some counties are still offering normal services
Former President Moi's daughter, June Chebet, dies at 60
Former President Daniel Moi's daughter June Chebet Moi dies at the age of 60 years, family confirms, requests for privacy in mourning.
By 9 days ago
Former President Moi's daughter, June Chebet, dies at 60
Doctors' strike continues to bite as patients suffer slow services
Doctors on contract terms are offering services in select hospitals even as medics down tools. Some counties have engaged doctors and claim to have met their demands.
By 9 days ago
Doctors' strike continues to bite as patients suffer slow services
Muslims push government to address teething social problems
Thousands of faithful gather across the country for special prayers. Families celebrate with traditional delicacies amid fanfare and sharing with the less fortunate.
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Muslims push government to address teething social problems
Muslims call for help for those suffering as holy month ends
Thousands of Muslim faithful joined fellow worshippers across the globe to celebrate Eid al-Fitr and mark the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadhan.
By 10 days ago
Muslims call for help for those suffering as holy month ends
Counties on the edge as floods wreak havoc amid heavy rain
Four family members were killed by a landslide in Narok after heavy rains. Counties preparedness was tested as floods were reported in several regions.
By 10 days ago
Counties on the edge as floods wreak havoc amid heavy rain
Pain of patients left on their own as doctors stand their ground
Only 18 inpatients are still admitted at one facility with a bed capacity of over 250.
By 10 days ago
Pain of patients left on their own as doctors stand their ground
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Politicians spare no effort in battle to be crowned kingpins of their regions
A political volcano is rumbling in parts of the country as various leaders lay out plans for regional kingpin mantles amid realignments.
By 13 days ago
Politicians spare no effort in battle to be crowned kingpins of their regions
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Funding crisis creates havoc in counties
Officials claimed that they are facing the prospects of paralysis in operations. So bad is the situation that Taita Taveta County has already announced plans to retrench workers.
By 14 days ago
Funding crisis creates havoc in counties
Crisis looms as clinicians strike picks pace
Medics since starting today Kenyans will feel the impact of the industrial action. Clinical officers downed their tools starting Monday morning in solidarity with doctors.
By 18 days ago
Crisis looms as clinicians strike picks pace
Bishops' Easter plea to Ruto over high cost of living, doctors strike and fertiliser scandal
The clergy blame political leaders for imposing a heavy burden on Kenyans through their policies, including levying high taxes.
By 21 days ago
Bishops' Easter plea to Ruto over high cost of living, doctors strike and fertiliser scandal
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Talks flop as doctors accuse state of shying away from negotiations
Governors 'order' their medics back to work failure to which action will be taken. In this tug-of-war, patients in public facilities continue to suffer a lack of service.
By 23 days ago
Talks flop as doctors accuse state of shying away from negotiations
Clerics plead over medics' strike as Christians mark Palm Sunday
Father George Omondi of the Consolata Catholic Church in Likoni Mombasa decried the suffering of patients who cannot afford treatment in private hospitals.
By 26 days ago
Clerics plead over medics' strike as Christians mark Palm Sunday
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Kalonzo bets on luck, hard-hitting politics, mobilization
Kalonzo is trying to come out as a strong and decisive leader who can campaign at the levels of Raila and Ruto.
By 27 days ago
Kalonzo bets on luck, hard-hitting politics, mobilization
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When school buses become agents of death on our roads
Stakeholders saying rising cases due to multiple factors, including vehicle roadworthiness, recklessness by road users as well as driver fatigue and incompetence
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When school buses become agents of death on our roads
Farmers at crossroads over delayed rains
Planting season is also plagued by allegations of fake fertilisers and seeds in the market. Some farmers had already planted in February but there isn’t enough rain.
By 28 days ago
Farmers at crossroads over delayed rains
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Retired but not tired: Kenyans speak out
At 60, the majority of people are grandparents and are capable of making wise decisions that include investing and taking care of their families
By 28 days ago
Retired but not tired: Kenyans speak out
More pain for patients as doctors in referral hospitals join strike
KMPDU Secretary General Davji Atella said their intention was not to make patients suffer but to push for better working conditions and implementation of agreed labour policies.
By 30 days ago
More pain for patients as doctors in referral hospitals join strike
Night of Horror for KU students
Forty-two students were admitted at the Moi Referral Hospital in Voi town. Seven patients were later airlifted to Avenue Hospital in Parklands.
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Night of Horror for KU students
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E-TIMS? What's that? Kenyans in dark as Treasury pushes to expand tax bracket
While eTIMS aims to streamline tax collection and reduce human error, several farmers claim the system is a burden in an already hit agricultural sector.
By 1 month ago
E-TIMS? What's that? Kenyans in dark as Treasury pushes to expand tax bracket
KTDA elections in trouble again
Mt Kenya farmers accuse TBK of interfering with polls instead of being an impartial observer.
By 1 month ago
KTDA elections in trouble again
Hospitals discharge patients as doctors' strike enters fourth day
Agony for the sick as an impasse between the national and county authorities with doctors persists with no end in sight leading to mass discharge of patients
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Hospitals discharge patients as doctors' strike enters fourth day
Helpless patients in agony as facilities suspend vital services
Patients left in limbo as doctor’s strike paralyses vital services in public hospitals. Facilities discharge patients prematurely leaving relatives in confusion
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Helpless patients in agony as facilities suspend vital services
Doctors' strike leaves patients in agony
Health CS Susan Nakhumicha said lack of funds has derailed the posting of over 3,000 intern doctors across the country, which is one of the demands doctors have put on the table.
By 1 month ago
Doctors' strike leaves patients in agony
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Counties on the edge as governors and senators feud
Battles being fought at the Senate, in public gatherings, in courts, and within some of the dominant parties that sponsored the leaders while differences threaten service delivery.
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Counties on the edge as governors and senators feud
Ruto picks 16 female envoys as International Women's Day is marked
President Ruto said that his administration will remove collateral requirements for women groups who apply for loans from the Women Enterprise Fund (WEF) to start or expand their business premises.
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Ruto picks 16 female envoys as International Women's Day is marked
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Pain of students seeking to apply for varsity, college courses
The chaos in the application has been largely occasioned by the operations of e-Citizen, frustrating payments and verification of the same.
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Pain of students seeking to apply for varsity, college courses
Inside Ruto's relentless charm offensive to tilt Azimio support
Apart from development, Ruto’s allies are hoping to convince Luo Nyanza to support him for backing Raila’s AU bid but Raila’s allies are pushing back to stop Kenya Kwanza from making inroads.
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Inside Ruto's relentless charm offensive to tilt Azimio support
CJ Koome: State must obey court orders
Chief Justice Martha Koome has faulted the State over its failure to obey court orders and demanded respect from all arms of government.
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CJ Koome: State must obey court orders
Residents' agony as 20 killed in reign of terror, police on the spot
The residents are grappling with a gang that has been waging a reign of terror in the area for months now, leaving a trail of death and pain in its wake.
By 2 months ago
Residents' agony as 20 killed in reign of terror, police on the spot
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To accept or reject? Raila faces a fresh political dilemma over AU job
Opposition leader's decisions today will jolt his long political journey. The stakes are too high with the 2027 presidential election also on the cards.
By 2 months ago
To accept or reject? Raila faces a fresh political dilemma over AU job
Frustration as KUCCPS portal collapses
Students seeking placement in tertiary institutions have expressed their frustrations after the Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) portal collapsed.
By 2 months ago
Frustration as KUCCPS portal collapses
Swoop on gas refilling plant as Kenyans raise safety concerns
Officers raid illegal gas storage facility in Kitale after tip off by Nyumba Kumi. In Mombasa as some of the gas refilling stations are operated at night and are not labelled.
By 2 months ago
Swoop on gas refilling plant as Kenyans raise safety concerns
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Expert: Swarms of butterflies not a bad omen, just mere migration
Current migration triggered by prevailing weather conditions that are very suitable in some regions, says scientist. But some community elders believe sighting of the insects portend famine.
By 2 months ago
Expert: Swarms of butterflies not a bad omen, just mere migration
City residents abandon Mradi area for hours over gas leakage fear
Police chief says detectives will soon release findings on last Friday’s blast and those found culpable will face the law.
By 2 months ago
City residents abandon Mradi area for hours over gas leakage fear
I saw a woman on fire: Victims recall horrifying scenes in mid-night gas blast
Residents of Mradi, where the incident happened, described horrifying scenes of flying metal objects, including vehicle parts, gas cylinders and a shipping container
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I saw a woman on fire: Victims recall horrifying scenes in mid-night gas blast
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Big divide in JSS rollout as public schools struggle to teach learners
Public schools have few teachers, no laboratories while classes are overcrowded. Most private academies have state-of-the-art facilities and well trained teachers.
By 2 months ago
Big divide in JSS rollout as public schools struggle to teach learners
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Crucial leads into Rita Waeni's murder as head recovered
The investigators are now focusing on CCTV footage around the dam with the hope of ascertaining the individual(s) who dumped the head there.
By 2 months ago
Crucial leads into Rita Waeni's murder as head recovered
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Teachers, parents want Knec to scrap the KPSEA grading system
Parents Association Trans Nzoia branch chair Martin Waliaula said the results had caused confusion among parents, pupils, and teachers due to the assessment formula.
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Teachers, parents want Knec to scrap the KPSEA grading system
Needy students flock to schools as principals opt to find solutions
In Vihiga County, Charles Odede from Kisumu County arrived and walked into the compound of Chavakali High School with only a paper bag carrying a few items.
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Needy students flock to schools as principals opt to find solutions
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