Politicians should not use Msambweni vote to polarise country
Our politics should be based on ideas and track record of those aiming for public office
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Politicians should not use Msambweni vote to polarise country
China may be Africa’s best bet on Covid-19 vaccine
Phase III clinical trials of the Chinese vaccines are currently underway in a number of countries
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
China may be Africa’s best bet on Covid-19 vaccine
New chapter in Kenya-US relations in the offing
Kenya and the US are engaged in negotiations towards actualizing a Free Trade Agreement
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
New chapter in Kenya-US relations in the offing
Lessons for Africa from China’s poverty eradication feat
In many jurisdictions, the idea of poverty is only talked about in speeches but does not attract targeted and the whole of society approach
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Lessons for Africa from China’s poverty eradication feat
International cooperation key in hoisting Kenya’s development
Nairobi should modernise its business environment in order to attract more foreign direct investments
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
International cooperation key in hoisting Kenya’s development
Hope for better Kenya-US relations under Biden rule
It is going to take time for the Biden administration to undo the damage caused by President Trump
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Hope for better Kenya-US relations under Biden rule
BBI an opportunity to fashion a better Kenya
Every voice should be heard and where better alternatives are mooted due consideration should be accorded
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
BBI an opportunity to fashion a better Kenya
Too much ado about China’s presence in Africa
Major highways, ports, and railways have been actualised, thanks to Chinese money and technology
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Too much ado about China’s presence in Africa
Let us not forget the genesis of BBI
Every Kenyan should directly or through elected leaders exercise their stand on the Building Bridges Initiative
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Let us not forget the genesis of BBI
Life back to normal in China as apprehension remains in other countries
Helping every country to manage the virus is in the interest of humanity as a whole
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Life back to normal in China as apprehension remains in other countries
Early campaigns risk chaos, stymied development
Politicians bank on the energy, creativity and impressionability of the youth to get their way.
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Early campaigns risk chaos, stymied development
A stronger United Nations key in unlocking world’s future
Task of shaping a more functional UN cannot be left to countries with no desire to promote globalization and international cooperation
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
A stronger United Nations key in unlocking world’s future
Why I find Ruto’s political approach disingenuous
The youth require pragmatic grassroots empowerment programmes
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Why I find Ruto’s political approach disingenuous
Leaders should weigh their words when going public
Kenya cannot realise its development aspirations when leaders politic and fight all the time
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Leaders should weigh their words when going public
Maintain cordial ties with China to maximise benefits from BRI
African countries have expressed fears that servicing external debt may deny their economies funds to mount adequate response to the health crisis
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Maintain cordial ties with China to maximise benefits from BRI
Kenya should make its UN victory count for Africa
At the end of its tenure, Kenya will be evaluated on its 10-point agenda to the Council
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Kenya should make its UN victory count for Africa
Kenya should rely on experts to better manage Covid-19
President Uhuru Kenyatta recently presented his decisions on movement restrictions with facts and numbers
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Kenya should rely on experts to better manage Covid-19
Let’s adhere to government directives to beat pandemic
Hope: We are all waiting for our Wuhan moment
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Let’s adhere to government directives to beat pandemic
Lessons for us, Africa from Wuhan's victory
With the right set of expertise, leadership and population behaviour, China has demonstrated that Covid-19 can be managed
By Adhere Cavince 3 years ago
Lessons for us, Africa from Wuhan's victory
Likoni ferry tragedy is a wake up call on maritime security
Let the demise of Kigenda and her daughter jolt the government to undertake comprehensive reforms in our maritime security and safety.
By Adhere Cavince 4 years ago
Likoni ferry tragedy is a wake up call on maritime security
JKUAT students register 96 percent pass rate in Clinical Medicine
The same streak of performance was registered by the Diploma in Clinical Medicine cohort where 35 out of 38 who sat for the examinations triumphed.
By Adhere Cavince 4 years ago
JKUAT students register 96 percent pass rate in Clinical Medicine
Japan reaffirms support for research and innovation in Kenya
JICA to continue supporting Kenya’s bid to achieving sustainable socio-economic development, an official has said.
By Adhere Cavince 4 years ago
Japan reaffirms support for research and innovation in Kenya
JKUAT awards 118 PhDs
A total of 118 graduands were conferred with doctorate degrees JKUAT during the institution’s graduation ceremony marked, Friday.
By Adhere Cavince 4 years ago
JKUAT awards 118 PhDs
JKUAT attains double ISO certifications
JKUAT has been recertified on two international standards namely ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management Systems) and ISO 14001:2015.
By Adhere Cavince 4 years ago
 JKUAT attains double ISO certifications
Engineers’ board accredits JKUAT courses
Mining is an emerging economic pillar; having contributed up to 2 percent of the GDP in 2018 from barely 0.8 percent in 2007
By Adhere Cavince 4 years ago
Engineers’ board accredits JKUAT courses
Precision agriculture for Africa’s food security
JKUAT will leverage strategic partnerships to promote sustainable farming technologies not only in Kenya but also in the region.
By Adhere Cavince 4 years ago
Precision agriculture for Africa’s food security
Science and Technology is at the heart of China Africa Relations
SAJOREC is a Sh3 billion government to government project, signed by President Uhuru Kenyatta and President Xi Jinping in 2013.
By Adhere Cavince 5 years ago
Science and Technology is at the heart of China Africa Relations
What TICAD needs to do to further Africa’s development goals
During TICAD VI, it will behove the hosts and the delegates to set new standards and codify new commitments that will lead to better living conditions for Africa’s 1.2 billion residents.
By Adhere Cavince 7 years ago
What TICAD needs to do to further Africa’s development goals
Pan African University helping realise continent’s development agenda
The Heads of State through the African Union (AU) resolved to prioritize higher education, scientific and technological research to revitalize the continent’s development and global competitiveness.
By Adhere Cavince 7 years ago
Pan African University helping realise continent’s development agenda
Withdrawing from Rome Statute will entrench impunity in Africa
The biggest highlight from the recently concluded African Union (AU) Summit was certainly the decision to back the Kenya-fronted agenda to facilitate mass withdrawal from the Rome Statute that spawned the International Criminal Court (ICC).
By Adhere Cavince 8 years ago
Withdrawing from Rome Statute will entrench impunity in Africa
Occurences that should foster Kenya’s counter-insurgency efforts
Terrorism is now considered to be the greatest threat to global peace and security. The global menace has had significant financial implications where the efforts by countries to re-stablish after attack have cost a great amount of resources.
By Adhere Cavince 8 years ago
Occurences that should foster Kenya’s counter-insurgency efforts
An open letter to President Barack Obama on his visit to Kenya
Whether it was on account of your roots here or the acknowledgment by the US of the significance of Kenya in tackling a number of global challenges, we are honoured to have hosted you.
By Adhere Cavince 8 years ago
An open letter to President Barack Obama on his visit to Kenya
Fueling innovation key to Vision 2030
By the year 2030, Kenya hopes to be an industrialising middle-income country, where citizens enjoy high quality life in a clean and safe environment.
By Adhere Cavince 8 years ago
Fueling innovation key to Vision 2030
Pan African University admits second cohort of students
The second cohort of graduate students of the Pan African University (PAU) have been admitted to the JKUAT based Institute of Basic Sciences Technology and Innovation (PAUSTI).
By Adhere Cavince 9 years ago
Pan African University admits second cohort of students
Scholars' take on Kenyan media hypothetical
In the last two weeks, two men who have had enormous influence on my journalistic writing, penned their thoughts in The Standard on what they believe is the state of Kenyan media.
By Adhere Cavince 9 years ago
Scholars' take on Kenyan media hypothetical
DP Ruto: Technology & Innovation Key to Socio-Economic Transformation
Deputy President William Ruto has urged young innovators to take advantage of the Presidential Digital Innovation programme and deploy their creativity and innovation to advance Kenya’s socio-economic transformation. He said the initiative is primed to help the government fully digitize its operations and will heavily rely on the talent and ingenuity of Kenyan youth, particularly in the ICT sector.
By Adhere Cavince 9 years ago
DP Ruto: Technology & Innovation Key to Socio-Economic Transformation
Kenya to establish data sharing centre at JKUAT
Kenya is set to establish a regional data sharing centre to accelerate generation, analysis, management and archival of scientific data to support its development plans.
By Adhere Cavince 9 years ago
Kenya to establish data sharing centre at JKUAT
Kenyan scholar wins coveted global award in UK
Mary Abukutsa Onyango, a professor of Horticulture at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, has won the prestigious 2014 Edinburgh Medal. Abukutsa was announced winner during the 26th Edinburgh Medal ceremony and address on Thursday in Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
By Adhere Cavince 9 years ago
Kenyan scholar wins coveted global award in UK
Auditor General queries Sh140 million tree planting campaign
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