Retirees battle Teleposta over rent row, pension
Teleposta Pension Scheme says payments have been settled and accuses retirees of deliberately refusing to pay rent for over 15 years.
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Retirees battle Teleposta over rent row, pension
Foreigner in custody over lawyer's death
Police say that Elizabeth Koki was allegedly killed on Thursday night by a man who fled the scene with her car.
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Foreigner in custody over lawyer's death
Rot at LSK laid bare as row on staff pay spills
Leaders trade accusations over delayed salaries, with confidential documents and emails being shared on Facebook page
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Rot at LSK laid bare as row on staff pay spills
Policeman turns gun on himself after shooting colleague
Ewoi had a confrontation with his colleagues before he started shooting indiscriminately
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Policeman turns gun on himself after shooting colleague
As the night curfew ends today, what next for Kenya?
It is unclear whether the restrictions, which among other things also banned political gatherings, would be extended or lifted altogether.
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
As the night curfew ends today, what next for Kenya?
No easy walk for parents seeking transfers
Many parents may not afford fees for private schools when they reopen on Monday, forcing them to seek refuge for their children in public schools.
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
 No easy walk for parents seeking transfers
Citam church gets new bishop
President Kenyatta advised cleric to be his own man in serving the faithful and assured him of government support
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Citam church gets new bishop
Uhuru avoids politics during consecration service of new CITAM bishop
CITAM has appointed a new presiding bishop to replace the outgoing Bishop David Oginde in an event attended by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Uhuru avoids politics during consecration service of new CITAM bishop
More changes needed in BBI before referendum, says Wetangula
Despite the changes the party is pushing, Wetangula declared support for BBI saying the coming referendum was a historic moment.
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
More changes needed in BBI before referendum, says Wetangula
Covid-19: No more dancing in pubs
Every bar must have a spacious waiting lounge for its clients and designated sections for couriers.
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Covid-19: No more dancing in pubs
Declare stand on BBI, ANC tells Ruto
The DP should stop claiming he was involved in the changes made after the unveiling of the report at Bomas of Kenya
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Declare stand on BBI, ANC tells Ruto
DCI revisits 2007 poll violence, sparks uproar from politicians
Kinoti says 118 victims of election violence have recorded statements amid claims that they were receiving fresh threats
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
DCI revisits 2007 poll violence, sparks uproar from politicians
Lawyer Donald Kipkorir lights up social media with Covid news
Donald Kipkorir’s friends take to Twitter in bold step to break stigma about coronavirus after he was hospitalised on Tuesday night.
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Lawyer Donald Kipkorir lights up social media with Covid news
Kimathi’s widow declares her support for handshake, BBI
Her husband was a freedom fighter who led the Mau Mau military uprising against British rule.
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Kimathi’s widow declares her support for handshake, BBI
Equity, lobby in Sh200b deal to lift SMEs out of pandemic
Equity Bank has set aside Sh200 billion to support businesses with post-Covid-19 recovery.
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Equity, lobby in Sh200b deal to lift SMEs out of pandemic
Nobel Prize eludes author Ngugi wa Thiong’o again
The award committee announced American poet Louise Gluck as the laureate.
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Nobel Prize eludes author Ngugi wa Thiong’o again
More sacred than others?
But the new plan immediately sparked debate about the viability of the momentous exercise, which is believed to be the first of its kind in Kenya.
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
More sacred than others?
Another zilizopendwa star bows out of stage
‘Stella’, just like ‘Take a Message to Mary’, provoked discussion on whether prisoners have a right to love and be loved back in return.
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Another zilizopendwa star bows out of stage
Chasing hope: Doctor on TV charts fresh path in health
The story of the 33-year-old, born in Kapsoit, Kericho County, and brought up by a single mother, reads like a lesson in the virtues of hard work
By Michael Chepkwony 3 years ago
Chasing hope: Doctor on TV charts fresh path in health
Kenyans pour out their hearts for legendary Rogers
The American award-winning singer and songwriter stood out as a master in crafting lyrics.
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Kenyans pour out their hearts for legendary Rogers
For most writers, Valentine’s isn’t what it seems
A look at writers’ view of Valentine’s Day confirms the argument that while it is a day of romance, for the creative minds, it can be the contrary.
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
For most writers, Valentine’s isn’t what it seems
Military fights off ‘borrowed culture’
Many years after attaining independence from Britain, Kenya is still clinging on to the vestiges of its colonial master’s culture.
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Military fights off ‘borrowed culture’
Dark side of city inspires Nairobi Noir short tales
Noir is a French term connoting darkness and the anthology consequently depicts the ugly side of Nairobi City.
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Dark side of city inspires Nairobi Noir short tales
Brathwaite: The Caribbean poet who took Kenyan name after visit
At 89, the poet and decorated historian who earned himself a Kenyan name died leaving a heap of literary masterpieces to his name
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Brathwaite: The Caribbean poet who took Kenyan name after visit
Activist shifts to film to tell story of Kenya’s ‘evils’
'This film will be one of the rare times that we will see ourselves as we truly are'
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Activist shifts to film to tell story of Kenya’s ‘evils’
Kenya beats first world nations in speaking English
South Africa tops Africa after being ranked at position six in the listing.
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Kenya beats first world nations in speaking English
UB40 brings ‘heaven’ to Carnivore tonight
Nobody can stop reggae, declares UB40 in readiness for tonight
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
UB40 brings ‘heaven’ to Carnivore tonight
Watch your words at BBI rallies or else..., agency tells politicians
BBI supporters are in Mombasa for a rally at Mama Ngina grounds
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Watch your words at BBI rallies or else..., agency tells politicians
Relief for needy students as fund releases Sh30m bursary
Sh20 million was released to 3,400 secondary school students while Sh10 million will go to more than 1,000 students in colleges.
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Relief for needy students as fund releases Sh30m bursary
Kenya missing out on mango billions after export ban over fruit fly
The country loses about Sh10 billion every year due to fruit fly pests
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Kenya missing out on mango billions after export ban over fruit fly
Big relief for dairy farmers as Munya increases prices by Sh6
Tea and coffee growers to gain from changes.
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Big relief for dairy farmers as Munya increases prices by Sh6
No let up in terror attacks as security stepped up
Kenya has experienced terror attacks which have left scars on bodies and hearts of millions of people over the years.
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
No let up in terror attacks as security stepped up
Locusts threat 'to hit entire country'
Experts have warned that the entire country faces an imminent threat from desert locusts now wreaking havoc in northern Kenya.
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Locusts threat 'to hit entire country'
Chemicals ‘not enough’ to stop locust invasion
Mandera County warns aerial spraying at risk over acute shortage of required materials and equipment.
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Chemicals ‘not enough’ to stop locust invasion
Back to school: Parents hard hit by cost of requirements
The Grade Four learners will do practicals during music, agriculture and home science subjects and will be require relevant items
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Back to school: Parents hard hit by cost of requirements
1,136 get Wings to Fly as bank, partners unveil scholarships
So far, 17,304 students have benefited from programme which pays their fees and provides transport and pocket money
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
1,136 get Wings to Fly as bank, partners unveil scholarships
Leaders warn of crisis as locusts raid region
Legislators from northern Kenya have warned of an imminent food crisis in the region due to destruction of pasture and crops by locusts.
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Leaders warn of crisis as locusts raid region
Moi Educational Centre's new high school wing opens doors
New option aimed at supporting the government’s ambition to realise 100 per cent transition of pupils to secondary schools
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Moi Educational Centre's new high school wing opens doors
Award winning film wraps up 2019 with more screenings
TV series, short and lengthy films feature high on producer’s agenda for next year.
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Award winning film wraps up 2019 with more screenings
Mall showcases African adaptation of ‘three wise men’
The biblical story about Christmas especially the birth of Jesus may not have links to Africa.
By Michael Chepkwony 4 years ago
Mall showcases African adaptation of ‘three wise men’
Kippra: Diversify external funding to tame Kenya's spiraling debt
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