PSV operators say they recorded losses due to cost of fuel
As Kenyans travelled back to Nairobi and Nakuru cities, Nyeri town PSV stages did not have passengers and operators said they were making losses.
By Boniface Gikandi and Amos Kiarie 1 year ago
PSV operators say they recorded losses due to cost of fuel
Matatu sector has greatly improved
The matatu sector in Kenya has undergone immense transformation, from the unregulated, chaotic 1990s to a more client focused and fairly safe industry.
By Simon Kimutai 8 years ago
Matatu sector has greatly improved
Why Raila should be president before he exits the political stage
I am a Suba. But my friend Odhiambo Kaumah insists I am a Luo-Abasuba. Now, politically, Suba is an obvious Raila's hotbed of votes. And most of us Subas think as Luos. Our politics, language, culture and identity are, typically, Luo. Something I have blamed on the historical goof by our forefathers but which remains a story for another day. Today I wish only to state why I think The Right Hon. Raila Amollo Odinga should be president-- before he finally exits the stage.
By Clive Olero 8 years ago
Why Raila should be president before he exits the political stage
Tyranny of numbers will soon plunge the country into anarchy
With Mutahi Ngunyi’s tyranny of numbers jingle, the legislators on the jubilee side have been freed from the capacity to think and make sound decisions. T
By Journalist Rodgers Otieno 8 years ago
Tyranny of numbers will soon plunge the country into anarchy
Solve teachers' pay row in 90 days as ordered
At last, teachers’ unions have just suspended their strike for three good reasons.
By Faith Onuonga 8 years ago
Solve teachers' pay row in 90 days as ordered
Support proposed three land bills
I have followed with keen interest the debate on the proposed three land bills, which revolves around whether they are designed to further the cause of public interest.
By Joseph Mutua 8 years ago
Support proposed three land bills
Open letter to ICC on Kenya's situation
My regards to entire ICC ensemble.
By Habakkuk Nakiboli 8 years ago
Open letter to ICC on Kenya's situation
Africa very far from achieving democracy
Democracy is the rule of the people, by the people either directly or through elected representatives.
By Enock Mukila 8 years ago
Africa very far from achieving democracy
Teachers set good example by obeying court orders
The teachers were patriotic for ending the strike and they have shown consideration for the examination candidates.
By Faith Onuonga 8 years ago
Teachers set good example by obeying court orders
Kenya must revive technical institutions
Science and technology are the main drivers of rapid industrialisation.
By Bernard Amaya 8 years ago
Kenya must revive technical institutions
Youth might not be ready to take over
With majority of youths educated and aware of their place in society, there has been a clamour for old leaders to step aside.
By Mandela Nelson 8 years ago
Youth might not be ready to take over
Kicking Waiguru out is not the solution
The scandal that has rocked the National Youth Service (NYS) may be bigger than we think.
By Vincent ochieng 8 years ago
Kicking Waiguru out is not the solution
Why corruption studies should be introduced in learning institutions
Corruption seems to be the cancer gently taking Kenya to its graveyard. The media of late have been replete with stories of corruption in the government.
By Journalist Rodgers Otieno 8 years ago
Why corruption studies should be introduced in learning institutions
Saudi must prepare well for Hajj in future
The Mecca stampede which claimed the lives of over 700 Muslims would have been avoided if the organisers of Hajj did their logistical homework well.
By Musyoki Ngui 8 years ago
Saudi must prepare well for Hajj in future
Heed Pope call to reduce global warming
The advocacy by the Holy See for proper mitigation of global warming is laudable. It is important to note that Pope Francis realises the importance of the environment and reiterates that it is a fundamental good that mankind is not authorised to abuse and destroy.
By Bodo Simon 8 years ago
Heed Pope call to reduce global warming
Huge debt may hurt economy
The latest revelation by National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale that Kenya has borrowed Sh104 billion in eight months is disturbing.
By Joseph Muthama 8 years ago
Huge debt may hurt economy
Waiguru must step aside to allow probe
The Ministry of Devolution lost Sh791 million of tax payer’s money due to fraudulent activities involving procurement.
By Jackson Kimani 8 years ago
Waiguru must step aside to allow probe
Jubilee government has perfected the art of threats and quick fixes
How the jubilee government has handled the case of teachers strike is a replica of what the past three governments have done with teachers in the past.
By Journalist Rodgers Otieno 8 years ago
Jubilee government has perfected the art of threats and quick fixes
Why failing is not for Africa
Campaigning and advocacy organization of 7 million members on Friday joined the world in celebrating the adoption of the Global Goals for Sustainable Development in New York.
By Charles Simango 8 years ago
Why failing is not for Africa
Could going digital change the fortunes of the publishing industry in Kenya?
The increased pervasiveness of technology in today’s society and its impact on digitization has, and will, transform the publishing industry in Kenya.
By Hannah Wang’ombe And Winnie Nguyu 8 years ago
Could going digital change the fortunes of the publishing industry in Kenya?
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