How bottom-up model can uplift needy Kenyans
The most powerful element of the bottom-up development model is in the distributive economics. Put simply, you can give Sh500 million to one businessman to expand his business.
By Shammah Kiteme 11 months ago
How bottom-up model can uplift needy Kenyans
Engage engineers in counties to register meaningful change
Engineers are key players in this and it is our belief that manufacturing and value addition through agro-processing should be a key focus for our country.
By Shammah Kiteme 1 year ago
Engage engineers in counties to register meaningful change
Election in Kiambu sham, governor and candidates claim
Kikuyu Constituency Jubilee candidate Owen Ndungu said that his agents were blocked from polling stations.
By Shammah Kiteme 1 year ago
Election in Kiambu sham, governor and candidates claim
Curtain falls on legendary musician Ayub Ogada
Arguably one of Kenya’s greatest musicians, he died on Friday at his Kisumu home aged 63.
By Audrey Cheptoo 5 years ago
Curtain falls on legendary musician Ayub Ogada
Umojah's sound musical bite
Crew built a home-grown sound system to take charge of the quality of production and bring more unity in the music industry
By Audrey Cheptoo 5 years ago
Umojah's sound musical bite
Haven where artistes come to recharge
Nestled in a busy part of a city with very few venues, this bar has been turned into a platform for creative expression
By Audrey Cheptoo 5 years ago
Haven where artistes come to recharge
The future looks bright for visually impaired students
A person with visual impairment can now interact with machines, create documents, surf the internet and there are now visually impaired coders,
By Audrey Cheptoo 8 years ago
The future looks bright for visually impaired students
Defining the law of graffiti
The smell of paint and turpentine pierces your senses as you walk into the auto garage on Eastleigh’s Third Street.
By Audrey Cheptoo 8 years ago
Defining the law of graffiti
Nairobi joins 800 cities in promoting art through fun
Multinational art network PechaKucha 20x20 is in the country to promote art through fun.
By Audrey Cheptoo 8 years ago
Nairobi joins 800 cities in promoting art through fun
'Love is eternal'
John and Leesa Lung’aho is not your ordinary couple.
By Audrey Cheptoo 8 years ago
'Love is eternal'
Travelling into the future using Google apps
Internet giant, Google has unveiled applications that make travelling fun and more conducive for smartphone owners.
By Audrey Cheptoo 8 years ago
Travelling into the future using Google apps
BMW X-perience at Elementaita
We are about to be part of the BMW X Drive Experience, where past and potential clients test drive four of the five BMW X models from Nairobi to Lake Elementeita, and ultimately for the pre-launch of the new X1 model.
By Audrey Cheptoo 8 years ago
BMW X-perience at Elementaita
Those who killed Kenyans during post election violence should confess too
After weeks characterised by confessions, accusations and counter accusations from the political class, one can only keep their fingers crossed as to when and if there will be confessions on who organised for the massacre of over 1000 Kenyans. I attended a church service recently and the clergy man said: Yes, the country needs citizens with ‘contrite’ hearts like that of Kuria, hearts that can own up their political sins in broad daylight. I believe if over 1000 PEV victims could make one wish, it could be to see their killers confess too.
By Patrick Alushula 8 years ago
Those who killed Kenyans during post election violence should confess too
Girl scores 95 per cent in Maths contest to bag degree scholarship
Two hours were enough for Jehui Sang from Bahati girls to bag a full degree scholarship after emerging the best in the game of numbers with 95 percent. In a Maths contest dubbed 'Brookside Mathletes' held at Strathmore university courtesy of Brookside limited, Jehui Sang and Dominick Juma expressed their joy at winning the award. Jehui who is from Bahati girls scored 95 per cent while Juma from Nairobi School managed 92 per cent.
By Patrick Alushula 8 years ago
Girl scores 95 per cent in Maths contest to bag degree scholarship
How misprint of one letter dashed man’s hope of joining KDF
A misprint of one letter on a young man’s certificate made all the difference and dashed his ambitions of joining diciplined forces in the recently concluded recruitment. Pascal Wanjare who sat for his form four exams in 2012 has been through turbulent times since Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) issued him with a certificate with a slighly altered name. Documents seen by The Standard indicate that his father, Michael Mwenga, has visited several offices since las year including KNEC, office of ombudsman and anti corruption office to seek ways of rectifying the costly error.
By Patrick Alushula 8 years ago
How misprint of one letter dashed man’s hope of joining KDF
Go back to class, you may go back home in January
News that teachers strike has been suspended for 90 days by the Industrial Court, pending a discussion by arbitrary committee on the way forward explains why Kenyan teachers have been on streets since President Kenyatta was a toddler. This short term solutions have only ensured that this problem remains perennial.
By Patrick Alushula 8 years ago
Go back to class, you may go back home in January
Why corruption is bleeding Kenya to death
Kenya is gradually bleeding to death. Sadly, we are the ones butchering it. Newspapers are replete with threats from our leaders on stern actions against corrupt officers but over years, corruption index continue to grow.
By Patrick Alushula 8 years ago
Why corruption is bleeding Kenya to death
Mzee Ojwang's act lives on in new Vioja script
That Mzee Ojwang’ Hatari is the father of Kenyan comedy should not be in doubt.
By Audrey Cheptoo 8 years ago
Mzee Ojwang's act lives on in new Vioja script
Inspector General of Police Japhet Koome resigns
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