How affirmative action is bearing fruits for women
As the dust settles however, it is time to take stock of the gains in these elections, beyond the process. An early winner seems to be the high number of women currently declared successful.
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
How affirmative action is bearing fruits for women
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For sanity, allow the IEBC to tally, announce final results
It is too early to analyse the character of the 13th Parliament. It is also premature to declare the round of county governments corruption-watch hotspots or spaces for shared prosperity and freedom.
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
For sanity, allow the IEBC to tally, announce final results
Kimeli and Krop win silver and bronze for Kenya in 5000m final
Nicholas Kimeli and Jacob Krop on Saturday evening won silver and bronze medals respectively in the men's 5000m final
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
Kimeli and Krop win silver and bronze for Kenya in 5000m final
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Despite laptop failure, Jubilee dreams digital dream fizzled before realisation stuck in state bureacracy
Coalition promised to provide all learners joining Grade One with a laptop. In government books the gidital learning programme is still in the cards.
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
Despite laptop failure, Jubilee dreams digital dream fizzled before realisation stuck in state bureacracy
Court asked to bar candidates with graft cases from taking office
Majority of those listed in the suit are allies of Deputy President William Ruto, including his running mate Rigathi Gachagua, Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja, Sirisia MP John Waluke.
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
Court asked to bar candidates with graft cases from taking office
Ten Hag: 'Not right' to single out Ronaldo for criticism
Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag tried to shield Cristiano Ronaldo from criticism Friday after the forward left a preseason game early,
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
Ten Hag: 'Not right' to single out Ronaldo for criticism
Seven burnt to death after bandits attack villages in Turkana East
The bandits believed to hail from the neighbouring Tiaty Constituency attacked the residents at around 11 pm. Aspiring MCA, who was campaigning was also surrounded by the bandits.
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
Seven burnt to death after bandits attack villages in Turkana East
Openness is critical to building confidence in electoral system
In this country, whether by design or by default, there is a far-reaching absence of public understanding of how our elections are managed.
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
Openness is critical to building confidence in electoral system
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Lee Funeral Home: My job is to give the dead a dignified send-off
The City Mortuary was in a dismal state, and the people working with Lee did not want to go there themselves, so the idea to start the home came to him.
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
Lee Funeral Home: My job is to give the dead a dignified send-off
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The high cost of defeat and why political bigwigs are doggedly fighting for win
With Uhuru, Raila and Ruto fighting to avoid humiliation, a coterie of their lieutenants could see their dreams shattered.
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
The high cost of defeat and why political bigwigs are doggedly fighting for win
Seven aspirants battle to replace Wycliffe Oparanya as Kakamega governor
The candidates are focusing on key areas; agriculture, health, education, poverty eradication. Malala believes the county government has been captured by a clique of businessmen.
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
Seven aspirants battle to replace Wycliffe Oparanya as Kakamega governor
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DP Ruto and the evangelicals: A look at UDA's strategy to bag church vote
William Ruto has received backing from two main church associations. The bishops said their decision was based on Ruto's development track record.
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
DP Ruto and the evangelicals: A look at UDA's strategy to bag church vote
Passion of politics can be lethal, let's sober up ahead of elections
It is becoming extremely apparent that perhaps nothing is more intoxicating and potentially destructive to the human person than the passion of politics.
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
Passion of politics can be lethal, let's sober up ahead of elections
Why security is key to fair polls, smooth transition of power
Elections management is the preserve of IEBC as the principal. Yet, the NPS ranks higher on the pecking order of the value chain. By law and common sense, police are charged with providing security.
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
Why security is key to fair polls, smooth transition of power
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How a chilling confession, distress note and cigarette gave away Kimani killers
According to police informer, details of plan were elaborate from abduction to killing field. The killing area was a secluded farm in Mlolongo in a secluded area called Soweto
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
How a chilling confession, distress note and cigarette gave away Kimani killers
Ugandan miller Sarrai starts operation at Mumias
Ugandan miller Sarrai group has started reviving ailing Mumias Sugar despite court battles surrounding the lease.
By Diana Anyango 1 year ago
Ugandan miller Sarrai starts operation at Mumias
Nominees for Women in Film Awards announced
Singer and actress Sanaipei Tande and Jackie Matubia are among those nominated for Best Actress (TV Drama) in the Women in Film Awards.
By Diana Anyango 2 years ago
Nominees for Women in Film Awards announced
Gen Z are driving a war against thieves, wastage and opulence
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Delayed school funding puts strain on teachers
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Families oppose mass burial for Shakahola kin
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