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Addressing extreme inequality is a political responsibility

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Less than 0.1 per cent of the population (8,300 people) own more wealth than the bottom 99.9 per cent (more than 44 million people).

Addressing extreme inequality is a political responsibility

By Raphael Obonyo | 1 month ago

Frequent prison breaks worrying, should be stopped

Frequent prison breaks worrying, should be stopped

While more emphasis needs to be placed on preventing prison breaks, there is need for proper training of warders and better facilities.

Mwenda Japhitha | 3 months ago

Tokyo Paralympics end, deliver sobering challenge to the world

The 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games ended yesterday with event’s motto United by Emotion bring into sharp focus the never-say-die attitude of the physical

Robin Toskin in Tokyo, Japan | 4 months ago

Why Paralympics Committee needs open and honest soul-searching

The overall performance of Team Kenya Paralympics does not inspire confidence for the event...

Robin Toskin in Tokyo, Japan | 4 months ago

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