Counties urged to embrace digital changes
Information, Communications, and Digital Economy Cabinet Secretary Eliud Owalo said that this approach will bolster the counties' economies.
By 7 months ago
Counties urged to embrace digital changes
Private guards push for review of regulatory body functions
Andabwa said that the body has been using its powers to register and award licences to new companies which underpay their workers and defies governments act on minimum wage.
By 7 months ago
Private guards push for review of regulatory body functions
Workers Union accuse SRC of being biased
The union claims SRC has thwarted all efforts to review the collective bargaining agreement for defunct local authorities for 12 years now against the recommended four-year cycle.
By 8 months ago
Workers Union accuse SRC of being biased
Recognition of prior learning among education reforms
She said experts have also been refining RPL implementation guidelines, RPL tools and instruments.
By 8 months ago
Recognition of prior learning among education reforms
Men to attend gender and affirmative action meetings, say CS Jumwa
On the other hand, the Gender Sector Working Group held that there has been significant progress in promoting positive social norms, attitudes and behaviours that prevent Gender Based Violence.
By 8 months ago
Men to attend gender and affirmative action meetings, say CS Jumwa
Sub Counties to get Sh50 million for water projects
Dr Rono said that they will look at the accountability of the resources to ensure that all the projects are catered for and the synergies between the big programs and small ones.
By 8 months ago
Sub Counties to get Sh50 million for water projects
Rights bodies call for protection of peaceful protestors
Intimidation of protestors and detention of journalists during demonstrations, top human rights violations by the government.
By 9 months ago
Rights bodies call for protection of peaceful protestors
Kenya urges international partnerships for trade, development
“We reiterate our support for the Director General's ongoing reforms at UNIDO - especially those aimed at improving the Organization's overall effectiveness and results,” said Dr Mukhwana.
By 9 months ago
Kenya urges international partnerships for trade, development
Counties urged to embrace digital changes
Information, Communications, and Digital Economy Cabinet Secretary Eliud Owalo said that this approach will bolster the counties' economies.
By 7 months ago
Counties urged to embrace digital changes
Private guards push for review of regulatory body functions
Andabwa said that the body has been using its powers to register and award licences to new companies which underpay their workers and defies governments act on minimum wage.
By 7 months ago
Private guards push for review of regulatory body functions
Workers Union accuse SRC of being biased
The union claims SRC has thwarted all efforts to review the collective bargaining agreement for defunct local authorities for 12 years now against the recommended four-year cycle.
By 8 months ago
Workers Union accuse SRC of being biased
Recognition of prior learning among education reforms
She said experts have also been refining RPL implementation guidelines, RPL tools and instruments.
By 8 months ago
Recognition of prior learning among education reforms
Men to attend gender and affirmative action meetings, say CS Jumwa
On the other hand, the Gender Sector Working Group held that there has been significant progress in promoting positive social norms, attitudes and behaviours that prevent Gender Based Violence.
By 8 months ago
Men to attend gender and affirmative action meetings, say CS Jumwa
Sub Counties to get Sh50 million for water projects
Dr Rono said that they will look at the accountability of the resources to ensure that all the projects are catered for and the synergies between the big programs and small ones.
By 8 months ago
Sub Counties to get Sh50 million for water projects
Rights bodies call for protection of peaceful protestors
Intimidation of protestors and detention of journalists during demonstrations, top human rights violations by the government.
By 9 months ago
Rights bodies call for protection of peaceful protestors
Kenya urges international partnerships for trade, development
“We reiterate our support for the Director General's ongoing reforms at UNIDO - especially those aimed at improving the Organization's overall effectiveness and results,” said Dr Mukhwana.
By 9 months ago
Kenya urges international partnerships for trade, development
Counties urged to embrace digital changes
Information, Communications, and Digital Economy Cabinet Secretary Eliud Owalo said that this approach will bolster the counties' economies.
By 7 months ago
Counties urged to embrace digital changes
Private guards push for review of regulatory body functions
Andabwa said that the body has been using its powers to register and award licences to new companies which underpay their workers and defies governments act on minimum wage.
By 7 months ago
Private guards push for review of regulatory body functions
Workers Union accuse SRC of being biased
The union claims SRC has thwarted all efforts to review the collective bargaining agreement for defunct local authorities for 12 years now against the recommended four-year cycle.
By 8 months ago
Workers Union accuse SRC of being biased
Recognition of prior learning among education reforms
She said experts have also been refining RPL implementation guidelines, RPL tools and instruments.
By 8 months ago
Recognition of prior learning among education reforms
Men to attend gender and affirmative action meetings, say CS Jumwa
On the other hand, the Gender Sector Working Group held that there has been significant progress in promoting positive social norms, attitudes and behaviours that prevent Gender Based Violence.
By 8 months ago
Men to attend gender and affirmative action meetings, say CS Jumwa
Sub Counties to get Sh50 million for water projects
Dr Rono said that they will look at the accountability of the resources to ensure that all the projects are catered for and the synergies between the big programs and small ones.
By 8 months ago
Sub Counties to get Sh50 million for water projects
Rights bodies call for protection of peaceful protestors
Intimidation of protestors and detention of journalists during demonstrations, top human rights violations by the government.
By 9 months ago
Rights bodies call for protection of peaceful protestors
Kenya urges international partnerships for trade, development
“We reiterate our support for the Director General's ongoing reforms at UNIDO - especially those aimed at improving the Organization's overall effectiveness and results,” said Dr Mukhwana.
By 9 months ago
Kenya urges international partnerships for trade, development
Private guards push for review of regulatory body functions
Andabwa said that the body has been using its powers to register and award licences to new companies which underpay their workers and defies governments act on minimum wage.
By Wesley Koech 7 months ago
Private guards push for review of regulatory body functions
Counties urged to embrace digital changes
Information, Communications, and Digital Economy Cabinet Secretary Eliud Owalo said that this approach will bolster the counties' economies.
By Wesley Koech 7 months ago
Counties urged to embrace digital changes
Workers Union accuse SRC of being biased
The union claims SRC has thwarted all efforts to review the collective bargaining agreement for defunct local authorities for 12 years now against the recommended four-year cycle.
By Wesley Koech 8 months ago
Workers Union accuse SRC of being biased
Recognition of prior learning among education reforms
She said experts have also been refining RPL implementation guidelines, RPL tools and instruments.
By Wesley Koech 8 months ago
Recognition of prior learning among education reforms
Men to attend gender and affirmative action meetings, say CS Jumwa
On the other hand, the Gender Sector Working Group held that there has been significant progress in promoting positive social norms, attitudes and behaviours that prevent Gender Based Violence.
By Wesley Koech 8 months ago
Men to attend gender and affirmative action meetings, say CS Jumwa
Sub Counties to get Sh50 million for water projects
Dr Rono said that they will look at the accountability of the resources to ensure that all the projects are catered for and the synergies between the big programs and small ones.
By Wesley Koech 8 months ago
Sub Counties to get Sh50 million for water projects
Rights bodies call for protection of peaceful protestors
Intimidation of protestors and detention of journalists during demonstrations, top human rights violations by the government.
By Wesley Koech 9 months ago
Rights bodies call for protection of peaceful protestors
Kenya urges international partnerships for trade, development
"We reiterate our support for the Director General's ongoing reforms at UNIDO - especially those aimed at improving the Organization's overall effectiveness and results," said Dr Mukhwana.
By Wesley Koech 9 months ago
Kenya urges international partnerships for trade, development
Goat, sheep business performs poorly during Eid ul-Adha celebrations
According to the players in the market, this year has recorded the highest number of flock compared to the years before.
By Wesley Koech 9 months ago
Goat, sheep business performs poorly during Eid ul-Adha celebrations
Investors say SMEs will revive the Kenyan economy
"I will suggest an understanding between the product, product manufacturers and the corporate to achieve the ideology of growth," Chandaria added.
By Wesley Koech 9 months ago
Investors say SMEs will revive the Kenyan economy
Government to support the creative sector economy
"The government has banked on programs to enhance the development of the creative economy using the digital platforms and by extension enhance its development," said Kisiang'ani
By Wesley Koech 9 months ago
Government to support the creative sector economy
Governor Barasa urges Counties to Diversify Revenue Sources
Barasa argued that diversification of revenue will help achieve a long-term solution to the challenges affecting counties and will enhance fiscal decentralisation.
By Wesley Koech 9 months ago
Governor Barasa urges Counties to Diversify Revenue Sources
Authority says forged academic papers still pose threat to country
KNQA says disconnect between qualifications and actual skills are still a headache, recommends establishment of a qualifications database to address the challenges of counterfeit credentials.
By Wesley Koech 10 months ago
Authority says forged academic papers still pose threat to country
KNQA: Fake academic papers still headache to education
PS Muoria said that the establishment of a comprehensive qualifications database to address the existing challenges of counterfeit credentials is crucial.
By Wesley Koech 10 months ago
KNQA: Fake academic papers still headache to education
Governors give State 24 hours to release Sh94b
The Council of Governors (CoG) has given the national government a 24-hour ultimatum to release Sh94.35 billion owed to counties as agreed on May 2.
By Wesley Koech 10 months ago
Governors give State 24 hours to release Sh94b
By now we should be past the level of looking at Kenyan politics through the lens of ethnicity
Our national anthem appears insignificant in its content, and the peace and unity proclaimed are merely an illusion because reality is unbearable.
By Wesley Koech 1 year ago
By now we should be past the level of looking at Kenyan politics through the lens of ethnicity
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