survey

BY JAMES MBAKA

  • Coast governors seek help to revive tourism

    4 years ago
    Six county governments from the Coast region will collaborate to combat terrorism, which has destroyed their tourism revenue base, led to closure of 20 hotels and loss of more than 5,000 jobs.
  • MP wants those who sanctioned Anglo Leasing payments unmasked

    4 years ago
    South Mugirango MP Manson Nyamweya says it was in public interest that Kenyans get to know the individuals who appended their signatures to sanction part of the payments to the controversial companies.
  • CORD hits at President over Anglo Leasing pay order

    4 years ago
    Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) has sharply criticised President Uhuru Kenyatta and threatened mass action to protest his decision to authorise payment of the controversial Sh1.4 billion owed to Anglo Leasing.
  • CS Fred Matiang’i assures media of State support

    4 years ago
    The Government is committed to freedom of the media despite intense scrutiny by the Fourth Estate, Information Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has said.
  • Nacada names Enoch Onchwari as acting CEO

    4 years ago
    The National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Nacada) has appointed Enoch Onchwari as CEO following the interdiction of William Okedi on Thursday over the illicit brew deaths.
  • Faceless brewers of 2, 000 hot drinks

    4 years ago
    Kenya has more than 2,000 brands of cheap and potentially deadly alcoholic drinks, it emerged Friday as five more people died from consuming brews laced with methanol. This raises the death toll to about 90.
  • Review pact on mini-polls, ODM told

    4 years ago
    The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) should consider reviewing the terms of reference among its coalition partners to avoid face-offs during by-elections, a senator has said.
  • Majority Leader Aden Duale denies meddling in union affairs

    4 years ago
    The Government has refuted claims that it is interfering with the affairs of labour unions. Some reports suggest that Public Servants Trade Union (Pusetu) is a Government project meant to weaken the vigour and vitality of the labour movement.
  • Audit of Jubilee puts CORD in a spot

    4 years ago
    On Thursday, the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) released its official audit on the performance of the Jubilee administration over the last one year. However, the turn of events turned the cameras instead on CORD’s performance.
  • ODM top officials quizzed over chaos

    4 years ago
    A taskforce formed to probe the botched ODM elections has begun interviewing party officials at the secretariat to unravel those behind chaos that rocked the party’s third National Delegates Convention (NDC).
  • MPs call on KRA to adopt digital systems

    4 years ago
    Two legislators have urged the country’s taxman to embrace electronic systems to seal spillage of public funds through corrupt deals.
  • Analysts advise State on wage bill

    4 years ago
    Mixed reactions have greeted the ambitious austerity measures announced by President Uhuru Kenyatta with stakeholders and experts, calling for policy backing to ensure smooth implementation.
  • Drive to end metal vandals on roads

    4 years ago
    A public-private sector partnership aimed at stepping up vigilance against vandalism along the multi-billion shillings Thika Superhighway has been unveiled.
  • ODM spent Sh32m on botched polls

    4 years ago
    The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) spent a fortune — Sh32 million — in last week’s aborted National Delegates Convention (NDC).
  • URP allays fears of cracks in Jubilee coalition

    4 years ago
    Deputy President William Ruto’s United Republican Party (URP) has allayed fears of any rifts with its coalition partner in the Jubilee Alliance (The National Alliance) even as the party announced its commitment to ensuring devolution succeeds.
  • Why it's do or die for Raila party

    4 years ago
    Raila Odinga’s Orange Democratic Movement’s delegates Friday hold elections with potential to put behind them the sting of last year’s second electoral defeat and get on the launch pad for the 2017 presidential race.
  • Raila battles suspicions days to party elections

    4 years ago
    Ten days to Orange Democratic Movement’s elections party leader Raila Odinga faced anxious contestants to calm suspicions and guarantee a credible process and smooth transfer of power internally.
  • Fresh storm in Uhuru’s party over cash

    4 years ago
    A fresh storm has erupted in President Uhuru Kenyatta’s TNA as a faction out to topple the party’s leadership schemes to block officials from accessing party funds.
  • Disgruntled Coast MPs meeting to discuss Raila bump into him in hotel

    4 years ago
    CORD co-principal Raila Odinga Tuesday walked into a meeting with close allies at a Nairobi hotel where, coincidentally, 15 MPs from the Coast were issuing an ultimatum to the opposition coalition.
  • Freed South Sudan detainees meet President Uhuru Kenyatta

    4 years ago
    An end to the ethnic conflict in South Sudan, the world’s newest nation, was in sight Wednesday following a decision by President Salva Kiir to release seven of the 11 political detainees.
  • Minister urges EAC partner States to speed up integration process

    4 years ago
    East African Affairs Cabinet Secretary Phyllis Kandie has urged partner States to cede or pull together part of their sovereignty to expedite the regional integration process.
  • Women leaders threaten to boycott ODM elections

    4 years ago
    A cloud of uncertainty hangs over the upcoming Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) elections planned for next month after a section of senators and women representatives allied to the party threatened to rally women and youth to boycott the forthcoming National Delegates Conference (NDC).
  • CORD links Wetangula’s attack to political stand

    4 years ago
    Coalition for Reforms and Democracy(CORD) has condemned the gun attack on Bungoma senator-elect Moses Wetangula, terming the incident a botched political assassination plot
  • School heads lose millions to KCSE fraudsters

    4 years ago
    The Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) has revealed that fraudsters have been conning secondary school principals, promising to help them secure better grades in the 2013 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exam results.
  • ODM to use secret ballot in party election

    4 years ago
    The Orange Democratic Movement(ODM) Executive Director Magarer Langat says the upcoming National Delegates Convention(NDC) will use secret ballot to pick new national office bearers.
  • Raila to vie for ODM’s top position

    4 years ago
    The Orange Democratic Movement(ODM) has finally set the much awaited national Delegates Convention(NDC) for the 28th February and March 1st to elect national office bearers.
  • Plum State jobs recipe for fresh cracks in Jubilee

    4 years ago
    President Uhuru Kenyatta’s appointments of his allies and political losers as heads of state parastatals have opened the lid for the boiling discontent within his Jubilee administration.
  • Kisii village dealt blow as over 200 residents trapped in S Sudan

    4 years ago
    The situation in South Sudan that has sunk into war has greatly affected a village in Kisii County.
  • Kisii village dealt blow as over 200 residents trapped in S Sudan

    4 years ago
    The situation in South Sudan that has sunk into war has greatly affected a village in Kisii County.
  • Governors oppose new pension plan

    4 years ago
    Governors have opposed a proposal by the Retirement Benefits Authority (RBA) to sanction the Local Authorities Pension Trust (Laptrust) to offer a pension scheme for county government employees.
  • CORD slams Muturi on House agenda

    4 years ago
    The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) has turned its heat on the National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi accusing him of frustrating its legislative agenda.
  • Party claims Marsabit clashes political

    4 years ago
    CORD has sensationally accused the Government of being behind the raging insecurity situation in Marsabit County.
  • Clan factor could decide outcome of Kisii contest

    4 years ago
    Political antagonists have intensified campaigns in the battle for the Bomachoge Borabu parliamentary seat after the Court of Appeal halted the by-election slated from December 19 in the neighbouring Nyaribari Chache.
  • Media reacts to President’s move on Bill

    4 years ago
    The decision by President Uhuru Kenyatta to refuse to assent to the draconian Media Bill has elicited sharp reactions, with stakeholders calling for Parliament to seize the opportunity to make amendments that would protect freedom of the media.
  • Uhuru business trips ‘to have more women’

    4 years ago
    The Government is formulating a policy that will ensure 30 per cent of business delegations that accompany the President or his deputy abroad are made up of women.
  • Trafficking of humans still rife in Kenya

    4 years ago
    Kenya is leading in human trafficking incidents in the region, as the country is a big source, transit point and destination of trafficked victims.
  • IEBC receives Sh400m in readiness for by-elections

    4 years ago
    The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has received Sh400 million to conduct next month’s by-elections.
  • Kisii leaders lay out plans for county projects

    4 years ago
    Political leaders from Kisii County have agreed to develop an integrated plan to avoid duplication of development projects.
  • Tanzania writes to The Hague over Ruto trial

    5 years ago
    The Tanzanian government has filed before the ICC’s registry its intention to give briefs regarding prosecutor Fatou Bensouda’s appeal against the decision on Deputy President William Ruto’s request for excusal from continuous presence during his trial.
  • Trial of Kenyans will deter future atrocities, say lobbyists

    5 years ago
    An international organisation of human rights lobby groups has hailed the Kenyan case at the International Criminal Court (ICC), saying the proceedings will be a lesson that will help avert future atrocities.
  • Lands ministry to digitise records, says Ngilu

    5 years ago
    Kenyans will soon access information on land matters from the comfort of their homes through a new mobile technology that will replace the current green card system
  • CORD to oppose bill on ICC, says MP

    5 years ago
    A member of parliament has said CORD will oppose a bill being fronted by leader of majority in parliament Adan Duale that seeks to have Kenya withdrawal from the Rome statute.
  • Political battle looms in Kisii after Ruto’s charm offensive

    5 years ago
    A recent visit by Deputy President William Ruto to Kisii for a party organised by a top ODM luminary has raised political temperatures in the region amid claims of a spirited drive to endear the community towards the Jubilee government.
  • Kenya grappling with killer roads despite tough laws

    5 years ago
    The deadly bus crash that killed 41 people in Narok has underscored the woes ailing the country’s traffic safety and brought into sharp focus the futile efforts by industry players to arrest runaway road carnage.
  • Oswago: IEBC ready for transparent by-elections

    5 years ago
    The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has fired a salvo at those calling for quick reforms to the electoral body saying such hastily and politically motivated push would boomerang in the long term.
  • Thousands miss out on teaching jobs over low KCSE grades

    5 years ago
    The ongoing recruitment of teachers has created a crisis for thousands of graduates who cannot be employed by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).