Renovation of Sh17 million Kapiti road in South B complete
The county government has completed the refurbishment of the 268-metre Kapiti Road in South B at a cost of Sh17 million.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Renovation of Sh17 million Kapiti road in South B complete
Insecurity top concern for Kenyans, study shows
Insecurity topped the concerns of Kenyans at 41 per cent, with unemployment being Kenyans' second biggest concern at 31 per cent.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Insecurity top concern for Kenyans, study shows
Equity Bank to give out 2,000 scholarships
Over 1,500 scholarships are up for grabs for needy students who are set to receive their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination results.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Equity Bank to give out 2,000 scholarships
Kenyans urged to nurture close family relationships
Kenyans have been asked to work towards nurturing close family ties that will in turn translate into a more stable society.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Kenyans urged to nurture close family relationships
Study: Divorce rates in Kenya have remained constant in the last 20 years
The risk of divorce in Kenya has remained constant over the last 20 years, according to a new study.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Study: Divorce rates in Kenya have remained constant in the last 20 years
Study: Pictorial warnings should be put on all cigarette packs in Kenya
Graphic warnings should be displayed on tobacco products to replace the text, says a new report.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Study: Pictorial warnings should be put on all cigarette packs in Kenya
David Mwiraria takes plea in hospital bed
Former Finance Minister David Mwiraria has finally taken plea over the multibillion-shilling Anglo-Leasing scandal from his hospital bed.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
David Mwiraria takes plea in hospital bed
When the nanny entrusted with your child becomes a monster
With his parents busy at work, he had to remain under the daily care of a house help, a woman who later caused him psychological torture.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
When the nanny entrusted with your child becomes a monster
46pc not aware they have high blood pressure, shows report
Close to half of Kenyan adults could be living with hypertension but have no idea, a report has shown.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
46pc not aware they have high blood pressure, shows report
NCCK supports call for amendments to the Constitution
Religious leaders under the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) want a body created to deal with any constitutional amendments.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
NCCK supports call for amendments to the Constitution
'Keeping the Promise' campaign seeks to end gender violence
The National Gender and Equality Commission (NGEC) is set to launch a campaign in Nairobi to press authorities to commit to prevention of gender violence.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
'Keeping the Promise' campaign seeks to end gender violence
Pontiff endears himself to the world in global whirlwind tour
Wherever Pope Francis has visited since coming into office in 2013, he has been received by overwhelming crowds and accorded a rousing welcome.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Pontiff endears himself to the world in global whirlwind tour
Former Kenyan presidents to grace Pope's meeting
Former President Daniel arap Moi who hosted Pope John Paul II in 1980, 1985 and 1995 and former President Mwai Kibaki are set to witness the meeting between the pontiff and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Former Kenyan presidents to grace Pope's meeting
Baby Satrin Osinya doing well a year after killer bullet was removed from his head
With the entire nation praying for his quick recovery, Osinya was successfully operated on, and the bullet removed at the Kenyatta National Hospital by head of neurosurgery Peter Mwangi.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Baby Satrin Osinya doing well a year after killer bullet was removed from his head
COTU lauds President Uhuru's move on teachers
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu) has lauded President Uhuru Kenyatta for stepping in to resolve the row on the teachers' pay.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
COTU lauds President Uhuru's move on teachers
App that delivers directory-like capabilities
Most people often do not have emergency contacts for whenever a need arises and in this age of technology, physical directories just will not suffice.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
App that delivers directory-like capabilities
Sub-Saharan police chiefs meet in Kigali
Police chiefs from Sub-Saharan Africa held a high level meeting in Kigali, Rwanda where they discussed how the continent can cooperate and partner to fight crime.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Sub-Saharan police chiefs meet in Kigali
App that makes revision easier for candidates
This year’s candidates are a worried lot especially after they were left to revise on their own following the teachers’ strike that dragged on for a whole month. To make life easier for them, two professionals have come together and devised a way to help candidates, especially those in secondary school, revise for their examination.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
App that makes revision easier for candidates
Security during Mashujaa Day celebrations assured
Security has been beefed up at Nairobi's Nyayo Stadium to ensure smooth Mashujaa Day celebrations, Regional Co-ordinator Njoroge Ndirangu has said.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Security during Mashujaa Day celebrations assured
'Proposed Powers and Privileges law violates Constitution'
The National Assembly violated constitutional provisions on freedom of the media and access to information by passing draconian amendments to the Parliamentary Powers and Privileges Bill, churches have said.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
'Proposed Powers and Privileges law violates Constitution'
Atwoli: State must end outsourcing
The Government should stop outsourcing services and instead let its employees handle the work, the Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu) has said.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Atwoli: State must end outsourcing
Baringo County launches first-ever business summit
Baringo County is set to hold its first-ever Entrepreneurship and Expo Summit with a focus on green energy, agriculture and tourism.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Baringo County launches first-ever business summit
Nairobi county government says it is ready for El Nino
Nairobi residents like most people throughout the country are waiting for the dreaded El-Nino rains with bated breath after the weather man announced the rains are expected any day from Wednesday.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Nairobi county government says it is ready for El Nino
Pharmaceutical company to launch cheaper drugs for chronic diseases in Kenya
Kenyans will soon benefit from cheaper drugs to treat chronic diseases after a pharmaceutical company announced it would launch its products next month.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Pharmaceutical company to launch cheaper drugs for chronic diseases in Kenya
Law Society of Kenya lawyers to offer free legal services
Kenyans will this week receive free legal services from more than 7,000 lawyers countrywide as part of the annual Law Society of Kenya (LSK) Legal Awareness Week.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Law Society of Kenya lawyers to offer free legal services
Protests will only worsen pay dispute, Federation of Kenya Employers tells CORD
The Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) now wants the Opposition to stop "politicising the labour dispute" between teachers' unions and the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Protests will only worsen pay dispute, Federation of Kenya Employers tells CORD
Kenya launches cancer awareness campaign
An annual campaign geared towards creating awareness on cancer was launched yesterday in Nairobi.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Kenya launches cancer awareness campaign
Vatican confirms Pope's visit to Kenya
The Vatican has confirmed that the Pope will be visiting the country in November as part of his papal trip to Africa.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Vatican confirms Pope's visit to Kenya
Mudavadi asks Government to pay teachers
The on-going standoff between the teachers and the Government on salaries has far reaching implications for Kenya's education system, former Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi has said.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Mudavadi asks Government to pay teachers
150 rogue prison officers from across Kenya dismissed
More than 150 prison officers have been dismissed in the last three years for smuggling cellphones to inmates, Commissioner of Prisons Isaiah Osugo has said.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
150 rogue prison officers from across Kenya dismissed
City Hall’s e-payment tender award above board, Auditor General told
The Nairobi County government has told the Auditor General that the award of the e-payment contract to Webtribe, to collect revenue on behalf of City Hall, was above board.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
City Hall’s e-payment tender award above board, Auditor General told
Obama tops on Google trending search in Kenya
He not only took over major roads and streets of Nairobi when he visited the country but US President Barack Obama also dominated the Internet, being the most searched in July.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Obama tops on Google trending search in Kenya
Cerebral palsy does not mean end of living
Every mother wants to give birth to a healthy baby; one who is strong and ready to face the world.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Cerebral palsy does not mean end of living
Mukuru gets state of the art maternity unit
The new Sh20 million state-of-the-art maternity wing that was unveiled by Governor Evans Kidero is the only one of its kind in the area and offers maternity and general health care services.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Mukuru gets state of the art maternity unit
Emergency services in Nairobi city to go on as usual
Emergency service providers have assured Kenyans that they will continue offering their services amid movement hitches occasioned by the visit of US President Barack Obama.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Emergency services in Nairobi city to go on as usual
Michelle Obama juggles her roles with poise and grace
In the interview, she also said, “My kids are like any children: anything we do is not cool. They will go in the other direction.”
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Michelle Obama juggles her roles with poise and grace
Nairobi: 20 per cent of lottery winnings go to government
The Government receives 20 per cent of money collected from lotteries and gaming in the country.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Nairobi: 20 per cent of lottery winnings go to government
CS Wario condoles with Mzee Ojwang's kin
Mourners continued to stream into the home of the late Benson Wanjau better known as Mzee Ojwang' to console the family.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
CS Wario condoles with Mzee Ojwang's kin
Kenyans in Diaspora seek labour agreements
An association representing Kenyans working abroad now wants the Government to be pro-active in protecting its citizens in the Middle East.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Kenyans in Diaspora seek labour agreements
Players critique broadcast rules, complaints procedure in CA meet
If a proposed regulation is adopted, a person with a complaint to make to the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) over something that has been broadcast will be required do it within 30 days of broadcasting.
By Sophiah Muthoni 8 years ago
Players critique broadcast rules, complaints procedure in CA meet
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