Witness protection agency finally up and running
Witness protection is recognised as a fundamental human right by various instruments of both International and national law, in the administration of justice.
By Calvine Oredi 7 years ago
Witness protection agency finally up and running
A bloody affair in Bangladesh's capital during Eid al-Adha celebrations
Dhaka town turned into a blood city after Muslims celebrated the Islamic festival Eid al-Adha by slaughtering animals.
By Julian Kamau 7 years ago
A bloody affair in Bangladesh's capital during Eid al-Adha celebrations
An A-student who worked at posho mill due to lack of school fees gets scholarship
About a month ago, Saul Obwanda was a frail, demoralised and hopeless young man.
By Kevine Omollo 7 years ago
An A-student who worked at posho mill due to lack of school fees gets scholarship
Over 120 students from Kitutu Chache to get help from Sh4m bursary
Over 120 university students from humble families in Kitutu Chache North will benefit from a Sh4 million bursary raised by professionals from the area.
By Erick Abuga 7 years ago
Over 120 students from Kitutu Chache to get help from Sh4m bursary
University of Nairobi takes lion’s share of students as over 6,000 report
University of Nairobi has admitted 6,127 students who sat the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) in 2015, the highest number ever.
By Daniel Psirmoi 7 years ago
University of Nairobi takes lion’s share of students as over 6,000 report
Private universities admit 12,000 students
More than 12,000 Government-sponsored students admitted to private universities will report to their respective colleges on Monday.
By Augustine Oduor 7 years ago
Private universities admit 12,000 students
Are Chinese taking Kenyans for a ride?
I read somewhere how a Chinese road construction company is set to earn super profits from a road it is constructing.
By Githuku Mungai 7 years ago
Are Chinese taking Kenyans for a ride?
CORD's Mombasa rally a waste of time
As Jubilee plans to launch the new party on Saturday, it's all systems go for the ruling party and its affiliates as we approach next year's elections.
By Christopher Ngolo 7 years ago
CORD's Mombasa rally a waste of time
100 words on getting pregnant in campus
It’s every girl’s dream to live that cycle — school to get an education, get a good job, then find a husband to start a family, in that order.
By Felix Kavii 7 years ago
100 words on getting pregnant in campus
New record as 4,000 students join Kisii University
Kisii University has admitted 4,000 first year students.
By Innocent Tsalwa 7 years ago
New record as 4,000 students join Kisii University
I made money as mortuary attendant in first year
My most memorable time in campus was my first year and last year as an undergrad.
By Hudson Gumbihi 7 years ago
I made money as mortuary attendant in first year
Forget haters, Technical university of Kenya is the best — Don tells freshers
First year students joining the Technical University of Kenya (TUK) have been asked to embrace studies if they are to succeed.
By Nanjinia Wamuswa 7 years ago
Forget haters, Technical university of Kenya is the best — Don tells freshers
Student cuts penis over witchcraft
A 25-year-old university student is recuperating at Homa Bay County Hospital after injuring his penis.
By James Omoro 7 years ago
Student cuts penis over witchcraft
Hassan Wario resignation is inevitable
Resignation is not a crime even though unemployment rate in Kenya is high. IEBC learned the hard way and the Sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario should resign quickly before this whole issue becomes a political affair.
By Kelvin Adongo 7 years ago
Hassan Wario resignation is inevitable
County governments should invest more in the people
The problem in Kenya is that we associate development with building of infrastructure -in form of construction of roads, schools and other institutions.
By Onyiego Felix 7 years ago
County governments should invest more in the people
CBK's confusion that may jeopardize cheap loans in Kenya
Central Bank of Kenya has completely failed to clear the air on three main issues that may jeopardize the implementation the new Banking Amendment Act, 2016. These confusions brought by CBK are as follows;
By Njenga Solomon 7 years ago
CBK's confusion that may jeopardize cheap loans in Kenya
Worthy lessons from Ole Ntimama
For 40 years, the late William ole Ntimama served his constituents in an appropriate manner and became an influential leader.
By Innocent Oleche 7 years ago
Worthy lessons from Ole Ntimama
Helb frustrating graduates with hefty fines
My colleague at work initiated a debate on the Higher Education Loans Board's loans repayment terms and consequences of defaulting.
By Nicholas sewe 7 years ago
Helb frustrating graduates with hefty fines
Kenya is a 'man eat man' society
Kenyans are indeed a resilient lot and nothing can attest to this more than the recent Rio Olympics fiasco.
By Onyiego Felix 7 years ago
Kenya is a 'man eat man' society
Current MPs will regret defection law
Our MPs have gone down in history for enacting laws they will regret when the time comes to apply the same laws against them.
By Shem Onyuro 7 years ago
Current MPs will regret defection law
Ruth Jebet feted by Bahrain King after winning the first gold medal for the country
Ruth Jebet, the ex-Kenyan who won gold at the Rio olympics was received like a queen at her adopted country Bahrain.
By Julian Kamau 7 years ago
Ruth Jebet feted by Bahrain King after winning the first gold medal for the country
Kinisu's resignation was long overdue
The resignation of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission chairman Philip Kinisu was long overdue. Public officers serve on the basis of trust and that is why they are expected to be beyond reproach.
By Bernard Amaya 7 years ago
Kinisu's resignation was long overdue
What to look for when electing MCAs in 2017
It has been four years since the advent of devolution in Kenya.
By Onyiego Felix 7 years ago
What to look for when electing MCAs in 2017
Jubilee should not favour Eugene Wamalwa in bid for city job
A few days ago, the battle between Jubilee and CORD went a notch higher after reports that Water Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa is being fronted by individuals in the ruling coalition to vie for the position of Nairobi governor.
By Joseph Mutua Ndonga 7 years ago
Jubilee should not favour Eugene Wamalwa in bid for city job
‘Love for mitumba killing TAIFA laptop’- JKUAT Deputy Vice Chancelor
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) recently came under fire after making it compulsory for new students to purchase the locally assembled TAIFA A3 laptop, payable in two instalments of Sh 20,950 and Sh 20,000.
By Brian Guserwa 7 years ago
‘Love for mitumba killing TAIFA laptop’- JKUAT Deputy Vice Chancelor
Avril- I was a bit stuck-up in campus
I joined the University of Nairobi in 2006 to study Production Design.
By Brian Guserwa 7 years ago
Avril- I was a bit stuck-up in campus
Hostel crisis bites as freshers flood Maseno and JKUAT Campuses
As many universities begin to receive first-year students, it seems the accommodation crisis is worsening.
By Brian Guserwa 7 years ago
Hostel crisis bites as freshers flood Maseno and JKUAT Campuses
State to blame for delayed cement firm
Nigerian Aliko Dangote’s plan to set up a cement factory in Kenyan seems to have run into a storm.
By Joseph musyoki 7 years ago
State to blame for delayed cement firm
Blunders that could cost Evans Kidero in 2017 elections
Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero’s four years in office have been characterised by what critics describe as miscalculations and blunders that could cost him the next elections.
By Benedict Arwa 7 years ago
Blunders that could cost Evans Kidero in 2017 elections
Housing crisis looms as 2,500 join Narok university college
He said as a result, the real estate owners have taken advantage of the situation to increase rent by up to 20 per cent.
By Robert Kiplagat 7 years ago
Housing crisis looms as 2,500 join Narok university college
Technical university denies sacking former vice chancellor
Technical University of Mombasa acting Vice Chancellor Laila Abubakar Monday informed a court that the institution never dismissed its former vice chancellor, Joseph Mwatellah.
By Joackim Bwana 7 years ago
Technical university denies sacking former vice chancellor
School drivers should be vetted
Latest statistics from the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) indicate that up to 180 students have died in motor vehicle accidents in the past eight months.
By Brian Mutoro 7 years ago
School drivers should be vetted
Sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario should be fired over Rio fiasco
It was such a shame when police discovered that kits meant to the national athletics team to the Rio Olympics were locked up in some offices.
By JUSTIN N. NKARANGA 7 years ago
Sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario should be fired over Rio fiasco
Why private varsities deal may flop
The new deal between the government of Kenya and private varsities that will see the institutions admit government sponsored students will flop if tuition fee is not adequately settled.
By Njenga Solomon 7 years ago
Why private varsities deal may flop
Let's not bring back ranking of schools
For years, ranking of schools in national examinations has been a hot potato.
By Ronald Ngetich 7 years ago
Let's not bring back ranking of schools
It is time for Raila Odinga to back Luhya candidate
A section of Nyanza legislators recently announced they will not support another presidential candidate other than Raila Odinga.
By Bernard Amaya 7 years ago
  It is time for Raila Odinga to back Luhya candidate
Hiring new IEBC bosses might not be the answer
Kenyan dailies have in the past few days highlighted the ongoing row revolving around electoral reforms.
By Rachael mwangi 7 years ago
Hiring new IEBC bosses might not be the answer
Women are abusing Sexual Offenses Act
Busia Woman Representative Florence Mutua has tabled a Bill to introduce new offences in the Sexual Offences Act.
By Ndungu Waweru 7 years ago
Women are abusing Sexual Offenses Act
First ever girl to get public varsity admission feted
Residents of Giika location in Igembe South sub-county last weekend feted their first ever girl to go to university.
By Phares Mutembei 7 years ago
First ever girl to get public varsity admission feted
Helb gives students more cash
The Government has raised the minimum amount of money that it loans out to university students
By Augustine Oduor 7 years ago
Helb gives students more cash
Why developers are shunning tenant purchase scheme model
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Tatu City, county row shines spotlight on planning laws
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