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Commonwealth Games: Timothy Cheruiyot clinches 1500m silver, misses gold by a whisker
A rookie error in his first-ever international race cost Former World champion Timothy Cheruiyot a gold medal
By Mike Kihaki 6 days ago
Commonwealth Games: Timothy Cheruiyot clinches 1500m silver, misses gold by a whisker
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Abrupt closure of schools by CS annoys many parents, teachers
Students will take a break from August 2, and will be required back in school two days after the elections. The parents association chair says such sudden communication creates a burden on parents.
By Mike Kihaki 10 days ago
Abrupt closure of schools by CS annoys many parents, teachers
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Parents, teachers in dilemma as schools close for elections
Over 23,000 public schools have been gazetted as polling centres. Parents are worried that prolonged closure of schools may affect coverage of the syllabus.
By Mike Kihaki 11 days ago
Parents, teachers in dilemma as schools close for elections
Uhuru Kenyatta commissions landmark road projects
The 27.8 km Nairobi Eastern Bypass road was expanded from a single two-lane road to a dual four-lane carriageway. Contractor will revamp parts of Mombasa Road, Uhuru Highway
By Mike Kihaki 11 days ago
Uhuru Kenyatta commissions landmark road projects
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I had power but didn't harm you despite insults, Uhuru tells Ruto
President tells his deputy to stop lying to Kenyans that he (Uhuru) wants to kill him. Uhuru says he has a right to support whoever he wants for the presidency.
By Mike Kihaki 11 days ago
I had power but didn't harm you despite insults, Uhuru tells Ruto
President Kenyatta, Standard Group get education plaudits
Global Peace Foundation Executive Director Daniel Juma said the award was for exemplary effort exhibited by individuals or organisations to improve education.
By Mike Kihaki 15 days ago
President Kenyatta, Standard Group get education plaudits
State releases Sh17b capitation funds to schools
The CS assured Kenyans of the government’s commitment to ensure the more than 10,000 classrooms needed for CBC are completed before the August 9 elections. 
By Mike Kihaki 16 days ago
State releases Sh17b capitation funds to schools
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Good news for private schools as government offers incentives
7,000 new classes have been constructed across the country, leaving a huge deficit for private schools. Magoha says condition placed on private schools is the existence of a laboratory.
By Mike Kihaki 18 days ago
Good news for private schools as government offers incentives
Observers ready to monitor polls and ensure peaceful transition
The group will assess the political environment and election preparedness. Registrar of Political Parties has sent 445 officers to monitor political parties’ action.
By Mike Kihaki 21 days ago
Observers ready to monitor polls and ensure peaceful transition
IEBC boss: Why we could delay polls in some areas
Wafula Chebukati has said that if pressed by decisions of the court, the commission will be forced to make hard decisions.
By Mike Kihaki 23 days ago
IEBC boss: Why we could delay polls in some areas
Schools music festival returns after two-year break
The 94th national music festival will be held at Maseno University, Kisumu County, from September 16-23, with the State concert being held on September 24, at Kisumu State Lodge.
By Mike Kihaki 23 days ago
Schools music festival returns after two-year break
Let's support local publishers to grow, Kabarak VC urges authors
Vice-Chancellor was speaking during the launch of Prof Githu Muigai’s memoir launch. Book lauded for its in-depth analysis on how constitutional law was shaped by Kenya’s politics.
By Mike Kihaki 25 days ago
Let's support local publishers to grow, Kabarak VC urges authors
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Prof George Wajackoyah tours marijuana farms in US
The Roots Party presidential candidate was shown various marijuana strains developed for restorative and sporting purposes in the United States.
By Mike Kihaki 25 days ago
Prof George Wajackoyah tours marijuana farms in US
Let's keep our families from poll chaos, Kittony urges women
Former Maendeleo Ya Wanawake Chairperson Zipporah Kittony said women should learn to resolve conflict rather than igniting friction in the society.
By Mike Kihaki 26 days ago
Let's keep our families from poll chaos, Kittony urges women
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Hospital, urban roads authority on collision path over footbridge
Kura said it engaged multi-national security and environmental agencies on the matter. Hospital says footbridge exposes its power and oxygen plants to criminal attacks.
By Mike Kihaki 27 days ago
Hospital, urban roads authority on collision path over footbridge
Mwamba Rugby club team manager dies in road accident
The rugby fraternity was thrown into mourning after the death of Mwamba Rugby club team manager Stephanie-Rose Otieno.
By Mike Kihaki 30 days ago
Mwamba Rugby club team manager dies in road accident
President Uhuru appoints parastatal heads in fresh changes
President Uhuru makes key changes in parastatals.
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
President Uhuru appoints parastatal heads in fresh changes
Sports in Schools set to resume next week
Kenya Primary and Secondary School sporting calendar is set to resume after a two-year break due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
Sports in Schools set to resume next week
Sale of animal parts recipe for another pandemic, Vets warn
Speaking on Thursday, June 30, when he officially launched his manifesto dubbed ten steps to freedom, Wajackoya pushed for the export of animal parts to raise money.
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
Sale of animal parts recipe for another pandemic, Vets warn
President, deputy mourn Joe Kadhi, the 'godfather of print media'
President hailed him as an exceptional editor who earned himself accolades and several media awards. He won a lifetime achievement award at the 2015 Annual Journalism Excellence Awards.
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
President, deputy mourn Joe Kadhi, the 'godfather of print media'
Journey to Oregon begins as Obiri, Chebet, Kimeli qualify
On form Nicholas Kimeli and Winny Chebet led from the front in securing double tickets for both the World Championships and Commonwealth Games
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
Journey to Oregon begins as Obiri, Chebet, Kimeli qualify
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Kenya sends first batch of nurses to the UK
Initial plan was to send 20,000 nurses overseas following treaty between two countries. Recruitment was marred by controversy after only 10 out of 300 nurses passed English language tests.
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
Kenya sends first batch of nurses to the UK
Bhang is illegal, don't mislead the youth, Matiang'i warns politicians
CS says drug abuse has worsened as a result of false promises by some leaders. Cautions that laws on narcotics remain in place and the penalties for violations clear.
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
Bhang is illegal, don't mislead the youth, Matiang'i warns politicians
KUCCPS takes over teachers admission to training colleges
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha said 1,538 students have been placed in Diploma in Primary Teacher Education and Diploma in Early Childhood Teacher Education.
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
KUCCPS takes over teachers admission to training colleges
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Funding headache as over 250,000 students placed for varsity, TVET courses
If the government were to stick to its 100 per cent transition pledge, it would require Sh66.5 billion. This would still leave out 81,345 students who scored grade E.
By Augustine Oduor 1 month ago
Funding headache as over 250,000 students placed for varsity, TVET courses
Journey to Oregon begins as Obiri, Chebet, and Kimeli qualify
On form, Nicholas Kimeli and Winny Chebet led from the front in securing double tickets for both the World Championships
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
Journey to Oregon begins as Obiri, Chebet, and Kimeli qualify
Private schools ready for CBC transition, says KPSA
KPSA says as a supplement to the government, they are burning midnight oil in order to meet the 5,000 classes target promised to the government before the transition at the end of the year.
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
Private schools ready for CBC transition, says KPSA
Broaden cash transfer plan to cover more children, State told
More than 8,000 children have so far benefited from the Universal Children Benefits programme, each of the targeted children gets Sh800 per month.
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
Broaden cash transfer plan to cover more children, State told
I will support you own a home, Wamalwa to Ingwe
This was after the Defence Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa promised to initiate the reclamation of its parcel of land in Kasarani
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
I will support you own a home, Wamalwa to Ingwe
Cartels at City Hall must be dismantled for capital to prosper, Igathe says
Polycarp Igathe noted that despite efforts by the former regime to rid the menace, the monster has refused to go away.
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
Cartels at City Hall must be dismantled for capital to prosper, Igathe says
Ex-Lands Commissioner Wilson Gachanja arrested by EACC over Sh30m plot
Gachanja was arrested on Monday morning in a swoop alongside former Coast Region physical planner Jabu Salim Mohamed and former Lands Commissioner, Zablon Mabeya.
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
Ex-Lands Commissioner Wilson Gachanja arrested by EACC over Sh30m plot
Peter Ayiro, Geoffrey Muluvi among those shortlisted for CUE CEO's job
Daystar University VC Prof Laban Peter Ayiro and Prof Geoffrey Muluvi of South Eastern Kenya University are among the 15 candidates shortlisted for CUE job.
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
Peter Ayiro, Geoffrey Muluvi among those shortlisted for CUE CEO's job
State bets on new markets to achieve improved goods, trade
Mr Hinga said it cost the exchequer Sh490 million to put up the building, which has an elevator and harbours a baby centre. 
By Mike Kihaki 1 month ago
State bets on new markets to achieve improved goods, trade
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Family dynasty in sports
Fathers and sons are a (relatively) common occurrence in professional sport, but several generations from the same family is a much rarer feat indeed.
By Mike Kihaki 2 months ago
Family dynasty in sports
Beach Volleyball ready to ramble
The World Beach Volleyball Championship will kick off with Kenya’s duo of Gaudencia Makokha and Brackcides Agala opening the stage on Friday
By Mike Kihaki 2 months ago
Beach Volleyball ready to ramble
Who do AFC Leopards fans want to keep? And who is facing the axe?
FKF Kenya Premier League side AFC Leopards fans will soon be going to the pools to axe or retain some of their club leaders
By Mike Kihaki 2 months ago
Who do AFC Leopards fans want to keep? And who is facing the axe?
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Raila Odinga cleared to run, begins his fifth bid to win the presidency
Azimio la Umoja leader becomes the fifth presidential candidate to be cleared by the electoral commission. Today, he will unveil his manifesto at Nyayo Stadium, Nairobi.
By Brian Otieno 2 months ago
Raila Odinga cleared to run, begins his fifth bid to win the presidency
Private schools to face CBC classrooms audit
First batch of Grade Six candidates will be joining secondary next January. Private institutions are to provide 5,000 classrooms on top of 10,000 constructed by ministry.
By Mike Kihaki 2 months ago
Private schools to face CBC classrooms audit
KCB Women Volleyball team feted
KCB Women's Volleyball team continued their celebration after the institution held a homecoming party at KCB Leadership Centre in Karen.
By Mike Kihaki 2 months ago
KCB Women Volleyball team feted
Kayange appointed into World Anti-Doping Agency Executive Board
Shujaa living legend Humphrey Kayange has been drafted into World Anti-Doping Agency’s Executive as a member.
By Mike Kihaki 2 months ago
Kayange appointed into World Anti-Doping Agency Executive Board
Mother, son-in-law elected to Nakuru County Assembly
Rift Valley
By Kennedy Gachuhi
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Normalcy resumes at Bomas as IEBC says systems are hacker-proof
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By Allan Mungai and Josphat Thiong'o
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Can the spread of monkeypox be stopped?
Explainers
By Associated Press
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Scuffle at Bomas of Kenya over mystery laptop
Nairobi
By Josphat Thiong'o and Allan Mungai
3 hrs ago