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Safaricom inks payment deal with Kodris Africa for coding lessons
The coding syllabus was approved by the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development.
By Nathan Ochunge 22 days ago
Safaricom inks payment deal with Kodris Africa for coding lessons
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Sheikh Abdallah Juma: Muslim cleric on mission to push men to embrace family planning
His wife stopped at baby number three, yet she wanted five. Her husband would get angry whenever she got pregnant.
By Nathan Ochunge 24 days ago
Sheikh Abdallah Juma: Muslim cleric on mission to push men to embrace family planning
Six million Kenyans 'cannot access eye treatment'
1.56 million out of the 7.8 million people in need of specialised eye care services can be operated on and treated.
By Nathan Ochunge 25 days ago
Six million Kenyans 'cannot access eye treatment'
KNUT in new push for teachers salary raise
If the push gets TSC’s nod, the highest paid teachers, who fall under Job Group D5 will get a raise of about Sh89,016.
By Nathan Ochunge 29 days ago
KNUT in new push for teachers salary raise
Activists accuse Uhuru, Ruto of using State assets during campaign
The lobby groups also accused the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) of failing to test the technology that will be used to transmit presidential results.
By Nathan Ochunge 1 month ago
Activists accuse Uhuru, Ruto of using State assets during campaign
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Land saga: Kenyatta University VC Paul Wainaina suspended
KU Vice-Chancellor Paul Wainaina is under probe and council suspended in the wake of push and pull over a parcel of land.
By Nathan Ochunge 1 month ago
Land saga: Kenyatta University VC Paul Wainaina suspended
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Why nursing and construction are equally dangerous
Nursing is ranked the fifth most dangerous occupation in the world after construction workers, air traffic controllers, traffic police officers and stock handlers.
By Nathan Ochunge 1 month ago
Why nursing and construction are equally dangerous
Covid-19 took toll on tutors mental health
Nancy Macharia said many teachers were still suffering from mental illness occasioned by Covid-19.
By Nathan Ochunge 1 month ago
Covid-19 took toll on tutors mental health
Kenyatta University, KUTRH lock horns over land
At the center of the controversy is a decision by KUTRH to reportedly hive off 200 acres of the disputed land to construct WHO offices.
By Nathan Ochunge 1 month ago
Kenyatta University, KUTRH lock horns over land
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Winnie Odinga: Why Martha Karua's nomination is a big win for women
Winnie urges women to turn up in large numbers to vote for Azimio, saying Keya is on the brink of making history should Raila win the election.
By Nathan Ochunge 1 month ago
Winnie Odinga: Why Martha Karua's nomination is a big win for women
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Ugandan authorities wade into Johnson Sakaja's degree controversy
The truth about the validity of Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja’s degree may take a longer time to unravel as Ugandan authorities cite delays in fast tracking investigations into the matter.
By Nathan Ochunge 1 month ago
Ugandan authorities wade into Johnson Sakaja's degree controversy
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Johnson Sakaja's governor bid hangs in the balance as CUE revokes his degree
CUE says Team University or Sakaja have not produced necessary evidence. In 2017, Sakaja said his only academic qualifications were from University of Nairobi.
By Nathan Ochunge 1 month ago
Johnson Sakaja's governor bid hangs in the balance as CUE revokes his degree
NBK, Kodris Africa ink deal to ease payments
The partnership allows Kodris Africa’s customers to directly pay for coding licences from any of the 85 NBK branches across the country. 
By Nathan Ochunge 1 month ago
NBK, Kodris Africa ink deal to ease payments
Dry taps: Real cost of water scarcity in Western
Families lose sleep for hours to be at water points at dawn. Conflict and encounter with criminal gangs also occur.
By Nathan Ochunge 1 month ago
Dry taps: Real cost of water scarcity in Western
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Why pupils in private schools are more obese
Children who attend private schools are likely to be obese and to have weight-related issues compared to those in public schools, according to a new research.
By Nathan Ochunge 1 month ago
Why pupils in private schools are more obese
MMUST unveils digital library with 60,000 books
The digital library, a partnership between MMUST and Diversity Education Institute (DEI –Africa), will provide the students with the convenience of learning at their own comfort.
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
MMUST unveils digital library with 60,000 books
Nothing to see in lone village where nearly everyone is blind
Tucked deep inside the heart of Bungoma County, the village has almost 27 homesteads scattered in the hilly area.
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
Nothing to see in lone village where nearly everyone is blind
Kalasha festival roars back
The outbreak of Covid-19 around the globe led to the cancellation of major entertainment events including the Kalasha festivals as a way of containing the spread of the deadly virus.
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
Kalasha festival roars back
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The night meetings that secured Martha Karua running mate position
The nomination of Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua as Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga’s running mate did not come on a silver plate, it has now been revealed.
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
The night meetings that secured Martha Karua running mate position
More Kenyans set to learn digital skills as coding syllabus launched
The curriculum support material has already been approved by the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD).
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
More Kenyans set to learn digital skills as coding syllabus launched
Coding lessons pilot to roll out in 150 schools
The curriculum support material has already been approved by KICD. Kodris Africa CEO Mugumo Munene says move will put students on the front row in ever-growing technology world.
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
Coding lessons pilot to roll out in 150 schools
Party leaders to take part in joint peace initiatives
According to NCIC, Nairobi, Nakuru, Kericho, Kisumu, Uasin Gishu and Mombasa have been flagged as high-risk areas likely to witness electoral violence.
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
Party leaders to take part in joint peace initiatives
Verdict on prosecution escalates dispute between Haji and Kinoti
DCI boss George Kinoti has directed his officers to stop recording statements, preferring charges and giving evidence in court.
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
Verdict on prosecution escalates dispute between Haji and Kinoti
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Martha Karua wants IEBC to fix 2017 shortfalls ahead of August 9 polls
She wants the poll agency to confirm it has cleaned and audited its servers. She said Azimio coalition is prepared to win the presidential polls in the first round.
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
Martha Karua wants IEBC to fix 2017 shortfalls ahead of August 9 polls
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Nominations aftermath: Tales of betrayal, millions lost in power games
The shambolic exercise has destroyed careers and left aspirants who didn’t make past the primaries footing huge pending bills as well as servicing bank loans.
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
Nominations aftermath: Tales of betrayal, millions lost in power games
Elections will not affect economy, CS tells traders
Investors told not to flee the country out of fear of violence or losses to their trades.
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
Elections will not affect economy, CS tells traders
Universities fund seeks Sh400m to deliver
The fund’s chairperson said they are committed to the realisation of the national goals related to the education sector, the Big Four agenda and Vision 2030.
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
Universities fund seeks Sh400m to deliver
Silent crisis as Form One students flock schools without tuition fees
The number of needy students reporting to various schools across the country without tuition fees is very high. School heads say it is difficult to retain them beyond Form One.
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
Silent crisis as Form One students flock schools without tuition fees
Twelve per cent of Kenyans default on loans, says CRB
At least 12 per cent of borrowers failed to pay their debts, according to the Credit Reference Bureau (CRB).
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
Twelve per cent of Kenyans default on loans, says CRB
Nairobi Railway project to begin in two months
Construction works at the new Nairobi Railway City and Public Realm will start in two months.
By Nathan Ochunge 2 months ago
Nairobi Railway project to begin in two months
Universities fund seeks Sh400million
The Universities Fund is looking for Sh400million to effectively discharge its functions.
By Nathan Ochunge 3 months ago
Universities fund seeks Sh400million
Emotional violence among couples on the rise - study
Intimate partner violence led especially among married couples with 85.2 per cent. 2019 World Bank survey revealed that gender-based violence is a global pandemic. 
By Nathan Ochunge 3 months ago
Emotional violence among couples on the rise - study
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Youth waste away as drug dealers rule Vihiga
Boys some as young as 14 abuse drugs in broad daylight in Luanda. Locals blame police officers over the flourishing sale of illicit liquor in town.
By Nathan Ochunge 3 months ago
Youth waste away as drug dealers rule Vihiga
Joy for twins who got As from different schools
The 17-year-old set come from a polygamous family of 11 children and were educated by the Bungoma County Government Scholarship.
By Nathan Ochunge 3 months ago
Joy for twins who got As from different schools
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Deals sealed as pressure piles on Oparanya to ensure ODM victory
Governor Wycliffe Oparanya is under pressure from his ODM party to secure majority elective seats in Kakamega County
By Nathan Ochunge 3 months ago
Deals sealed as pressure piles on Oparanya to ensure ODM victory
Otuoma wins ODM ticket, rekindles governor hopes
Former Funyula MP Paul Otuoma appears set to revive his political career.
By Nathan Ochunge 4 months ago
Otuoma wins ODM ticket, rekindles governor hopes
Woman in Kakamega dies after news of daughter’s demise
Joyce Felesia Shitawa is said to have collapsed moments after receiving news of her daughter Rael Aketch's death in Saudi Arabia.
By Nathan Ochunge 4 months ago
Woman in Kakamega dies after news of daughter’s demise
UDA governor aspirant demands refund of Sh500,000 nomination fee
Zachariah Barasa, a governor aspirant in Bungoma County has told off Deputy President William Ruto for shortchanging him in favour of Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka.
By Nathan Ochunge 4 months ago
UDA governor aspirant demands refund of Sh500,000 nomination fee
Vihiga residents cry foul as Sh50m granite factory remains a dream
Governor Wilber Ottichilo had promised that the granite factory would be built between June 2018 and June 2019, but did not happen.
By Nathan Ochunge 4 months ago
Vihiga residents cry foul as Sh50m granite factory remains a dream
Otuoma to fly ODM flag in Busia governor race
The former Funyula MP garnered 49,330 votes while Ms Mutua who is the current Busia County Woman representative got 30,696 votes.
By Nathan Ochunge 4 months ago
Otuoma to fly ODM flag in Busia governor race