Sakaja unveils Sh857 million bursary cheques for needy students
While launching the bursary cheques Sakaja said the scholarships Sh857,800,000 will be distributed to 124,100 young men and women.
By 6 months ago
Sakaja unveils Sh857 million bursary cheques for needy students
Sakaja unveils Sh857 million bursary cheques for needy students
While launching the bursary cheques Sakaja said the scholarships Sh857,800,000 will be distributed to 124,100 young men and women.
By 6 months ago
Sakaja unveils Sh857 million bursary cheques for needy students
Sakaja unveils Sh857 million bursary cheques for needy students
While launching the bursary cheques Sakaja said the scholarships Sh857,800,000 will be distributed to 124,100 young men and women.
By 6 months ago
Sakaja unveils Sh857 million bursary cheques for needy students
In Pictures: Fashion Galore at the UDA National Women's Congress
UDA-affiliated women leaders painted Bomas of Kenya yellow during the UDA National Women's Congress in Nairobi on October 13, 2023.
By Elvis Ogina 9 months ago
In Pictures: Fashion Galore at the UDA National Women's Congress
Bursts of joy as Standard group hosts 3rd edition of Club Kiboko festival
The festival provided an opportune moment for parents and their children to lear, play and have fun together.
By Elvis Ogina 11 months ago
Bursts of joy as Standard group hosts 3rd edition of Club Kiboko festival
SRC candidate asked to explain why she's looking for job at 73
"You are now 73, if approved and hired, you'll retire at 79, by that time you may not be energetic enough for the job," Machangi asked the candidate.
By Elvis Ogina 1 year ago
SRC candidate asked to explain why she's looking for job at 73
Women in business urged to target global market
Gender and Affirmative Action Principal Secretary Veronica Nduva told women to continue taking up roles in major business enterprises to boost their incomes.
By Elvis Ogina 1 year ago
Women in business urged to target global market
Edwin Kiprono pledges meaningful reforms in police service
Edwin Kiprono, the nominee for the position of member of the National Police Service Commission (NPSC), has pledged to implement meaningful reforms within the service if his nomination is approved.
By Elvis Ogina 1 year ago
Edwin Kiprono pledges meaningful reforms in police service
PHOTOS: Muslim faithful's swarm at Jamia for Friday prayers
Ramadhan is observed in the month that most Muslims believe the Holy Book, Quran, began to be revealed to Prophet Muhammad.
By Elvis Ogina 1 year ago
PHOTOS: Muslim faithful's swarm at Jamia for Friday prayers
Muslim leaders urge Raila to halt protests as Ramadhan begins
Muslim leaders have called on Azimio leader Raila Odinga to halt the demonstrations as Muslims across the world prepare to observe Ramadhan.
By Elvis Ogina 1 year ago
Muslim leaders urge Raila to halt protests as Ramadhan begins
Photos: Rains pound Nairobi after months of dry spell
As the rainy season began in the city, most roads became impassable, with heavy traffic experienced on busy routes such as Thika Road, Jogoo Road and Lang'ata Road.
By Elvis Ogina 1 year ago
Photos: Rains pound Nairobi after months of dry spell
Hundreds protest against Chinese 'infiltration of Kenyan business market'
Police were forced to repulse the protesters, blocking them from holding demos on Haile Selassie Avenue, among other major roads.
By Elvis Ogina 1 year ago
Hundreds protest against Chinese 'infiltration of Kenyan business market'
Eric Omondi arrested during cost of living protests outside Parliament
Police on Tuesday arrested comedian Eric Omondi and other protesters for attempting to forcibly access Parliament during cost of living protests.
By Elvis Ogina 1 year ago
Eric Omondi arrested during cost of living protests outside Parliament
Top KCPE student excited after joining his 'dream school' Alliance High
Fwaro Makokha Robinson, the boy who topped the 2022 KCPE exams is edging closer to achieving his dream of becoming a software engineer after joining Alliance High School.
By Elvis Ogina 1 year ago
Top KCPE student excited after joining his 'dream school' Alliance High
Mashujaa Day celebrations in pictures
Photos: 2022 Mashujaa Day celebrations
By Elvis Ogina, Denish Ochieng, Standard Team 1 year ago
Mashujaa Day celebrations in pictures
PHOTOS: Senators-elect appear in chambers for orientation
It was excitement at the Senate as the new Senators-elect were shown around the chambers ahead of tomorrow's sitting. Those who arrived were shown around by Senate Clerk.
By Elvis Ogina 1 year ago
PHOTOS: Senators-elect appear in chambers for orientation
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Has Jubilee administration delivered?
Legacies cannot be told on billboards or paid advertisements; they are lived. The paradox of Jubilee's growth can be explained by the public debt parameters.
By Elvis Ogina 1 year ago
Has Jubilee administration delivered?
Scientists probe near extinct of Nile Perch
The popular Nile Perch, the main fish type that has been providing East Africa with lucrative fishing venture has been decreasing.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Scientists probe near extinct of Nile Perch
Kenyan FGM victims to undergo restorative surgeries
Nadine Gary, the organisation's spokeswoman, said the plastic surgery would be conducted by Marci Bowers, a gynaecological surgeon, and other partners.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Kenyan FGM victims to undergo restorative surgeries
Capital flows into Kenya fall by 58pc
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and buying into Kenyan companies fell by more than half last year following turmoil in the United Kingdom after the Brexit vote.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Capital flows into Kenya fall by 58pc
Fishermen lose Sh800, 000 in lake raid
Kenyan fishermen were on Friday attacked and fish worth over Sh800,000 taken away by armed men believed to be Ugandan solders.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Fishermen lose Sh800, 000 in lake raid
CS Keter names hot spots in fuel adulteration
Energy Cabinet Secretary Charles Keter has named three towns notorious for fishy fuel deals.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
CS Keter names hot spots in fuel adulteration
Kisumu County provides patients with drugs to stop heroine abuse
It was set up because of rampant abuse of the drug. County Secretary and Chief Officer of Health Ojwang' Lusi said the centre, which began operations in January has been attending to 26 male and five female patients.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Kisumu County provides patients with drugs to stop heroine abuse
Why fishermen are turning to sand harvesting along Lake Victoria
Mention Lake Victoria and what comes to mind is fish. But things are changing pretty fast at the lakeside town and after years of depleting fish stock in the lake, dozens of residents in Nyanza have resorted to sand harvesting to eke out a living.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Why fishermen are turning to sand harvesting along Lake Victoria
NYS to remove water hyacinth in Lake Victoria
The national government plans to fast-track the manual removal of water hyacinth in Lake Victoria by recruiting 500 youths.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
 NYS to remove water hyacinth in Lake Victoria
Lake victoria boats to have number plates by April
The Ministry of Fisheries will provide all 14,000 water vessels in Lake Victoria with number plates from next month.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Lake victoria boats to have number plates by April
Pepper wiped away bitterness after my husband's death, Kisumu farmer says
On December 18, 2003, Philister Achieng’ made a promise to her dying husband – that she will work hard on their farm and ensure their children are taken care of.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Pepper wiped away bitterness after my husband's death, Kisumu farmer says
SURVEY: Kisumu has least number of toilets in its beaches
Fifty nine per cent of fish landing sites in Kisumu County do not have toilets, compromising sanitation along the beaches, a recent survey commissioned by the Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project Phase two (Lvemp II).
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
SURVEY: Kisumu has least number of toilets in its beaches
Hyacinth harvester invented in Kisumu
The Kisumu National Polytechnic has invented a water hyacinth harvesting machine that will cost Sh9m to assemble.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Hyacinth harvester invented in Kisumu
Obtain permits, owners of 1,000 Lake Victoria fish farmers told
More than 1,000 fish cages in Lake Victoria have not been authorised, the State has revealed.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Obtain permits, owners of 1,000 Lake Victoria fish farmers told
Homa Bay's sand harvesting nightmare
Only the dead are allowed to live six feet below the earth. But in Kobala village, Homa Bay County, some dead people live six feet above where the living should reside.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Homa Bay's sand harvesting nightmare
Obtain permits, owners of 1,000 fish cages in Lake Victoria told
Kenya Fisheries officer Robert Wanyama said the owners of the more than 2,000 cages in the lake should seek permits from the Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture and the National Environment Management Authority (Nema).
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Obtain permits, owners of 1,000 fish cages in Lake Victoria told
Government to spend Sh300m in refurbishing three historic sites
Culture and Sports CS Hassan Wario said yesterday that this is a part of the Government's initiative to document 100 monuments across the country as national heritage sites.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Government to spend Sh300m in refurbishing three historic sites
Kisumu milk production is below demand, says board
Only 37 per cent of milk consumed in Kisumu is produced locally, the Kenya Dairy Board (KDB) has said.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Kisumu milk production is below demand, says board
Sh215m insurance payout offers relief to drought-hit pastoralists
Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries Cabinet Secretary Willy Bett said in a statement yesterday the livestock insurance plan targeting six counties is meant to cushion farmers against the effects of the drought.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Sh215m insurance payout offers relief to drought-hit pastoralists
East African regional bloc steps up war on water hyacinth and pollution to save Lake Victoria
The East African Community partner states have agreed to renew the war on water hyacinth.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
East African regional bloc steps up war on water hyacinth and pollution to save Lake Victoria
Over 247 ODM women leaders in campaign to woo new voters
More than 247 ODM women leaders have embarked on mobilising residents to register as voters. The women aim to reach at least half of the number targeted by the time the registration deadline elapses.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Over 247 ODM women leaders in campaign to woo new voters
Mentally ill man left Kisumu home for work, hasn't returned
The family of David Omenda, 48, and a resident of Nyalenda Estate in Kisumu County, has been going through a traumatising moment for the last two months.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Mentally ill man left Kisumu home for work, hasn't returned
Ray of hope in fight against HIV in women
The Kenya Medical Research Institute (Kemri) has embarked on a new Sh5.2 million study on HIV and Aids.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Ray of hope in fight against HIV in women
Four-year-old still missing, four months after disappearing from Nairobi home
Monica Makhungu, 4, was last seen on October 1, 2016 next to their area of residence at Mukuru kwa Reuben Mpya kwa Reli.
By Maureen Odiwuor 7 years ago
Four-year-old still missing, four months after disappearing from Nairobi home
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