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Mukogodo Forest: Testimony of co-existence between man, tree
United by a mission to protect the green gem, locals intertwine their efforts to protect the ecosystem and create a synergy between the environment and their livelihoods
By Beryl Ringos 8 months ago
Mukogodo Forest: Testimony of co-existence between man, tree
Tana River's climate change burden
In the remote and fertile region of Santhama Village, located in Tanadelta, a remarkable transformation is taking place.
By Beryl Ringos 9 months ago
Tana River's climate change burden
Tale of women with disability who defy odds in politics
Out of 480 elective political positions in the 2022 National elections, only 94 women made the cut in political leadership which is equivalent to 19 per cent of the total representation.
By Beryl Ringos 9 months ago
Tale of women with disability who defy odds in politics
Mass action: Are protests the way to go?
Is a protest the best solution, or are there other options, such as negotiations and dialogues, that can be explored in order to find a solution to Kenyans' demands?
By Beryl Ringos 1 year ago
Mass action: Are protests the way to go?
Dr Denis Ogolla appointed Bliss healthcare COO
In the latest announcement by the board, Ogolla takes over from Dr Gabriel Njue who has been promoted to the Chief Executive Officer position.
By Beryl Ringos 1 year ago
Dr Denis Ogolla appointed Bliss healthcare COO
Use only correct language on people with disability
Mwaura said many success stories about people with disability have been told by the media, but they should correct the style of writing stories on persons with disability.
By Beryl Ringos 1 year ago
Use only correct language on people with disability
Journalists urged to reconsider their reporting on stories of persons with disability
The media has been blamed for focusing on a person's disability instead of their achievements.
By Beryl Ringos 1 year ago
Journalists urged to reconsider their reporting on stories of persons with disability
Family, teachers, and caregivers are most guilty of child abuse
Expert says parents who did not heal from past trauma are likely to subject their children to abuse
By Beryl Ringos 1 year ago
Family, teachers, and caregivers are most guilty of child abuse
Clubs now set kick off date for new FKF PL season
Though the confusion in the Kenyan football seems not to be ending anytime soon, Nairobi City Stars CEO is optimistic the new FKF Premier League season will kick off next month
By Beryl Ringos 1 year ago
Clubs now set kick off date for new FKF PL season
Prayers for Ruto, Sang on ICC case to continue
The Rift Valley and Western regions are set to host more prayer rallies for Deputy President William Ruto and radio journalist Joshua arap Sang who are facing crimes against humanity charges at the International Criminal Court (ICC).
By Titus Too, Silah Koskei and Michael Ollinga 8 years ago
Prayers for Ruto, Sang on ICC case to continue
Are pesticides to blame for rising cancer burden?
Opinion
By Ndirangu Wanjuki and Dorcus Indalo
35 mins ago
Museveni visit heralds wide-ranging boon
Opinion
By Rebecca Miano
1 hr ago