Sauti Sol announces indefinite hiatus
Kenyan boy band Sauti Sol has announced an indefinite hiatus. The band will embark on a world tour before their planned break.
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Sauti Sol announces indefinite hiatus
DJ Brownskin's father-in-law speaks
Albert Mwangi: I was not aware that they (DJ Brownskin and Sharon) had issues. I was at work when I was told that Sharon had taken some drugs. No one ever told me what exactly happened.
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
DJ Brownskin's father-in-law speaks
Beyonce might pocket Sh34 billion with her 'Renaissance' world tour
Tour will begin in May in Stockholm, Sweden, and conclude in September in New Orleans. Singer's current estimated net worth is Sh62.3 billion
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Beyonce might pocket Sh34 billion with her 'Renaissance' world tour
Catherine Kasavuli: I am a strong woman, I will fight this
Veteran journalist Catherine Kasavuli has assured the public that she is doing well and getting ready for a second medical procedure as she battles cervical cancer.
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Catherine Kasavuli: I am a strong woman, I will fight this
Why 2022 poll is a game-changer in Kenyan politics
Yet after a slow start on election day, the result transmission system worked smoothly for the all-important presidential election. The IEBC's radical transparency on this front is commendable.
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Why 2022 poll is a game-changer in Kenyan politics
Governor Anne Waiguru successfully defends her seat
Waiguru, who ran on a UDA ticket, received 113, 088 votes against independent candidate Purity Ngirici's 105,677.
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Governor Anne Waiguru successfully defends her seat
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Kalonzo gifts Raila a million votes
Kalonzo Musyoka secures a million votes for Raila Odinga from Ukambani where a quarter million people voted for William Ruto.
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Kalonzo gifts Raila a million votes
Ballot papers mix up in Rongai as voting kicks off in South and Central Rift region
Rongai MP election in Nakuru suspended indefinitely after it emerges ballot papers had been mixed up with those of Kuresoi North; voting for other seats ongoing
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Ballot papers mix up in Rongai as voting kicks off in South and Central Rift region
Vote wisely, your choice will be with you for the next five years
Who will equitably and fairly share the national cake including opportunities for appointments and ensure fair and equitable geographical representation?
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Vote wisely, your choice will be with you for the next five years
Murang'a Seal, Wazito to clash in FKF-PL Playoff on Thursday
The delayed Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Premier League promotion and relegation playoffs will be played on Thursday
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Murang'a Seal, Wazito to clash in FKF-PL Playoff on Thursday
Politician calls for state security after Sh1m robbery
Omburo Odaje says that the main objective of the gangsters was not to get the money because they were quarrelling with each other on how to share it.
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Politician calls for state security after Sh1m robbery
Kenyans react to Magoha's new half-term directive
Some have termed the move as 'disoriented' while others, the majority were happy for the school fees relief.
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Kenyans react to Magoha's new half-term directive
Kamais wins KPA Golf Day in Nakuru
Kamais, who played off the scratch to beat a field of 170 golfers drawn from all over the country to win the overall title in the Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) -Golf Day
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Kamais wins KPA Golf Day in Nakuru
Budding filmmakers get stage to showcase talent at ongoing festival
Film students from the Multimedia University of Kenya, Egerton University, and Kenyatta University are among the attendees spanning the entertainment industry.
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Budding filmmakers get stage to showcase talent at ongoing festival
Security teams hold crisis talks over foreigners
The police confiscated a bag containing 17 rolls of stickers for at least 10,000 polling stations in 10 counties.
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Security teams hold crisis talks over foreigners
I have no corruption record- David Mwaure on why he is best choice for president
I have no corruption record- David Mwaure on why he is best choice for president
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
I have no corruption record- David Mwaure on why he is best choice for president
Alarm over hooliganism, violence in Nyanza as campaigns enter last lap
During the ODM nominations, 12 suspects were arrested after they were allegedly found with crude weapons which included clubs, machetes and knives.
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Alarm over hooliganism, violence in Nyanza as campaigns enter last lap
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Samuel Atandi's epic fight to break one-term jinx since birth of constituency
Since the constituency was established in 1963, no MP has served two consecutive terms. Siaya County's largest constituency has a total of 122,002 registered voters.
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Samuel Atandi's epic fight to break one-term jinx since birth of constituency
Ailing veteran TV actor thanks Uhuru, Kenyans for over Sh6m donations
The veteran actor, who is battling diabetes and kidney complications, is set to undergo a kidney transplant at the Mediheal Hospital next month.
By Vincent Kejitan 1 year ago
Ailing veteran TV actor thanks Uhuru, Kenyans for over Sh6m donations
PHOTOS: Raila Odinga visits in-laws in Murang’a
The former Prime Minister’s in-law, Daniel, 93, is the founder of Riara Group of Schools and the Riara University.
By The Standard 2 years ago
PHOTOS: Raila Odinga visits in-laws in Murang’a
Increasing crime wave in many parts of Kenya cause for great concern
Of late, mental health issues have gained currency and there is need for deeper interrogation to ascertain the causes.
By The Standard 2 years ago
Increasing crime wave in many parts of Kenya cause for great concern
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BBI impact and why it's difficult to postpone polls
It is a no-brainer that the biggest upset in the May 13 court decision was its implications for an expanded Executive.
By The Standard 2 years ago
BBI impact and why it's difficult to postpone polls
Don’t burden motorists with costly tolling
Tolling has been tried in Kenya in the past and did not register success. Instead, it was phased out and reintroduced at the pump.
By The Standard 2 years ago
Don’t burden motorists with costly tolling
Indian Army organises COVID-19 awareness programme in J-K's Baramulla
The army's initiative is aimed at creating awareness among the people in remote regions regarding the COVID-19 symptoms.
By The Standard 3 years ago
Indian Army organises COVID-19 awareness programme in J-K's Baramulla
'Quad should morph into economic NATO to counter China coercion'
China's rulers are intent on ensuring that the Quad is not expanded to include countries in Central Asia, Southeast Asia and the Korean Peninsula.
By The Standard 3 years ago
'Quad should morph into economic NATO to counter China coercion'
India, UK deepen work to combat climate change by 2030
India and UK agreed on a joint roadmap including plans to combat climate change by 2030.
By The Standard 3 years ago
India, UK deepen work to combat climate change by 2030
European Commission allocates 2.2 million euros to respond to Covid-19 surge in India
Member states of the European Union (EU) have already mobilised supplies to India over the last week through the EU Civil Protection Mechanism.
By The Standard 3 years ago
European Commission allocates 2.2 million euros to respond to Covid-19 surge in India
India-UK to boost work visas for Indian nationals, enhance migration cooperation
The agreement includes special Young Professionals scheme to allow young Indian and British professionals to work and live in each other's country.
By The Standard 3 years ago
India-UK to boost work visas for Indian nationals, enhance migration cooperation
India, EU call for 'immediate, permanent and comprehensive' ceasefire in Afghanistan
Jaishankar and Borrell reaffirmed that any political settlement in Afghanistan must protect the human rights and fundamental freedoms of all Afghans.
By The Standard 3 years ago
India, EU call for 'immediate, permanent and comprehensive' ceasefire in Afghanistan
As new term begins, ensure all learners go back to class, are safe
Covid-19 safety regulations imposed on schools, which have largely been effective, should be observed and improved upon.
By The Standard 3 years ago
As new term begins, ensure all learners go back to class, are safe
Long holiday offers parents time to engage their children
Healthwise children out of school are less active, spend too much time on television and less favourable diet resulting in weight gain.
By The Standard 3 years ago
Long holiday offers parents time to engage their children
Kenya and Tanzania appear to have always had frosty relations
Unfortunately, the erosion of trust that ebbs and flows has sometimes degenerated into economic cold war where movement of goods, people is restricted
By The Standard 3 years ago
Kenya and Tanzania appear to have always had frosty relations
Is it time to stop Kenyans from seeking jobs in the Gulf?
Those who are lucky to escape from the hands of their cruel employers end up on the streets or being taken in by fellow Kenyans
By The Standard 3 years ago
Is it time to stop Kenyans from seeking jobs in the Gulf?
US assures delivery of raw materials for vaccines and oxygen concentrators
The United States is deploying an expert team of public health advisors from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and USAID.
By The Standard 3 years ago
US assures delivery of raw materials for vaccines and oxygen concentrators
Strengthen public health facilities to ease pain of poor, suffering Kenyans
The truth is, most private hospitals have taken the trouble to purchase state–of–the–art machinery and hire specialists.
By The Standard 3 years ago
Strengthen public health facilities to ease pain of poor, suffering Kenyans
Why counties should borrow a leaf from Nairobi
There is evidence that many citizens do not take the threat of Covid-19 seriously enough to religiously follow health protocols.
By The Standard 3 years ago
Why counties should borrow a leaf from Nairobi
Best wishes to KCPE examination candidates
Grade Four and Class Eight pupils as well as Form Four students resumed learning in October 2020 in readiness for these exams.
By The Standard 3 years ago
Best wishes to KCPE examination candidates
Covid-19: Tanzania’s timeline
Magufuli declared Tanzania Covid-19 free on June 8, 2020
By The Standard 3 years ago
Covid-19: Tanzania’s timeline
LIST: Tanzania's top personalities who died recently
Magufuli accused health officials of exaggerating the coronavirus crisis and ridiculed the strict measures neighboring countries imposed.
By The Standard 3 years ago
LIST: Tanzania's top personalities who died recently
Ensure all cancer patients access quality care
Cancer is rated the third leading cause of death in Kenya after infectious and cardiovascular diseases.
By The Standard 3 years ago
Ensure all cancer patients access quality care
Fierce Ruto defenders now pushing anti-Gachagua crusade
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Why there is a boon in real estate amid tough economic conditions
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