Switched at birth? Story of 1,894 children across globe
China has many reared-apart twins because the one-child policy led to the abandonment of infants.
By Gatonye Gathura and Evelyne Kwamboka 5 years ago
Switched at birth? Story of 1,894 children across globe
Easy-going pair a darling of both staff and patients
It is exactly nine and a half months since they arrived in Mandera County to offer health services.
By Evelyne Kwamboka 5 years ago
Easy-going pair a darling of both staff and patients
Uhuru appoints new PSC commissioners
President Uhuru appoints new Public Service Commissioners among them former CBK Director Charity Kisotu; to assume office in Jan 2019.
By Evelyne Kwamboka 5 years ago
Uhuru appoints new PSC commissioners
Judiciary stalled projects
Records reveal several stalled projects, including new court houses, and reports show that some judges do not even have official vehicles
By Vincent Achuka and Evelyne Kwamboka 5 years ago
Judiciary stalled projects
Chebukati to shed light on quorum
Under Chebukati, they claimed the commission had become a venue for peddling misinformation, grounds for brewing mistrust.
By Evelyne Kwamboka 5 years ago
Chebukati to shed light on quorum
Jobs shrink, projects stall in wake of Mandera quarry ban
Ban on quarry mining was imposed after four stone miners were killed at Shabiri-Fatuma quarry by Al-Shabaab militants.
By Evelyne Kwamboka 5 years ago
Jobs shrink, projects stall in wake of Mandera quarry ban
Politicians, experts clash over lifestyle audit
Comparisons drawn with 2013 failed attempts at cutting salaries of CSs and PSs, which many say was dead on arrival.
By Evelyne Kwamboka 5 years ago
Politicians, experts clash over lifestyle audit
Judges order insurer to pay for stolen car
When the insurer refuses to pay for a stolen vehicle.
By Evelyne Kwamboka 5 years ago
Judges order insurer to pay for stolen car
Why citizenship by birth cannot be revoked
Kenya Citizenship and Immigration Act, 2011 provides that a Kenyan by birth is entitled to retain his citizenship if he/she gets a foreign one.
By Evelyne Kwamboka 6 years ago
Why citizenship by birth cannot be revoked
Double tragedy for petitioners facing millions in court costs
Still smarting from losing their cases, petitioners have to compensate rivals for expenses
By Evelyne Kwamboka 6 years ago
Double tragedy for petitioners facing millions in court costs
Humble boy who rose to become Kenya’s leading peace crusader
Selfless and down to earth, Bishop Korir will be remembered as a peace and justice icon who fought for the downtrodden
By Biketi Kikechi and Evelyne Kwamboka 6 years ago
Humble boy who rose to become Kenya’s leading peace crusader
Key issues that could form basis of presidential petition
As the deadline for challenging President Uhuru Kenyatta’s win in the repeat presidential election draws near, fresh issues that could form the basis of a petition have emerged.
By Evelyne Kwamboka 6 years ago
Key issues that could form basis of presidential petition
How former military chief shared out Sh800m estate
To fulfil their father’s wishes, General’s two sons have gone to court to have letters of administration confirmed.
By Evelyne Kwamboka 6 years ago
How former military chief shared out Sh800m estate
Senator Muthama and neighbours in court over land tussle
Machakos Senator Johnston Muthama is in a legal tussle with his neighbours over a piece of land in Matungulu area.
By Evelyne Kwamboka 6 years ago
Senator Muthama and neighbours in court over land tussle
Man hit by bullet yet to get Sh1.5m award
Samuel Gitahi’s shoulder was shuttered by a bullet fired by an Administration Police officer ten years ago
By Evelyne Kwamboka 6 years ago
 Man hit by bullet yet to get Sh1.5m award
How fake papers bail out suspects
Several accused persons have been released on bond using fake logbooks, title deeds and share certificates.
By Dominic Wabala and Evelyne Kwamboka 7 years ago
How fake papers bail out suspects
Family tussles for property 30 years after MP’s death
The family of the late Gem MP Aggrey Otieno Ambala is still fighting over the multi-million shilling estate in court more than 30 years after his death.
By Evelyne Kwamboka 7 years ago
Family tussles for property 30 years after MP’s death
CS: I am not Gusii spokesman but a State officer serving all Kenyans
The Standard Kisumu Bureau Chief EVELYNE KWAMBOKA interviewed Information Cabinet Secretary FRED MATIANG’I on his role in Gusii politics as well as his work as a Government official. Here are the excerpts.
By EVELYNE KWAMBOKA 9 years ago
CS: I am not Gusii spokesman but a State officer serving all Kenyans
MPs call on state to double Raila’s security
A section of Jubilee Members of Parliament has called on the Government to double former Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s security detail.
By EVELYNE KWAMBOKA 10 years ago
MPs call on state to double Raila’s security
Safe landing?
Cartoons
By Harrison Muriuki
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Spare us wild goose chase in weak impeachment motions
Kamotho Waiganjo
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3 hrs ago
At this rate, Raila's ODM will expel everyone
Opinion
By Mark Oloo
3 hrs ago
Limuru III is all about ethnic gain and the 'our turn to eat' narrative
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CA: Internet disruptions to continue
Business
By Kelley Otieno
3 hrs ago