Solai dam had been declared stable before it burst, killing 48 people
This emerged during the hearing of a case where the owner of the dam and the expansive farm where it is located, Perry Manusukh, is charged with 48 counts of manslaughter.
By Mwaniki Gitonga 1 year ago
Solai dam had been declared stable before it burst, killing 48 people
State defends wage increase as employers threaten staff layoffs
The State said it engaged various stakeholders, through the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection, before President Uhuru Kenyatta announced the wage increase on Labour Day.
By Mwaniki Gitonga 1 year ago
State defends wage increase as employers threaten staff layoffs
AG cleared Queen’s Counsel in Mwilu’s case
The Attorney General’s office cleared a private counsel to prosecute a high profile case that has generated debate in the legal fraternity.
By Everlyne Kwamboka and Mwaniki Gitonga 5 years ago
AG cleared Queen’s Counsel in Mwilu’s case
Counties warned over liqour permits
Some counties have been accused of flouting the law that governs liquor licences.
By Mwaniki Gitonga 8 years ago
Counties warned over liqour permits
Nacada warns counties over liqour permits
The National Authority for the Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Nacada) warned that licensing officers in counties would be arrested and prosecuted, adding that the irregularities were affecting efforts to deal with illicit brews.
By Mwaniki Gitonga 8 years ago
Nacada warns counties over liqour permits
Kenya, Rwanda enter crime-war deal
Kenya and Rwanda have entered into a pact, which will see them share information and intelligence in order to deal with transnational crimes.
By Mwaniki Gitonga 8 years ago
Kenya, Rwanda enter crime-war deal
Danish government commits Sh10b for green growth initiatives
The Danish government has committed Sh10 billion in support of the green growth initiative that seeks to sustain resources and increase efficiency.
By Mwaniki Gitonga 8 years ago
Danish government commits Sh10b for green growth initiatives
70 per cent of buildings below par, says National Construction Authority
The National Construction Authority (NCA) has raised an alert over the rising number of unsafe high-rise buildings in Naivasha town.
By Mwaniki Gitonga and Mercy Kahenda 9 years ago
70 per cent of buildings below par, says National Construction Authority
Speeding trailer kills 56 sheep in Naivasha
A Naivasha farmer is counting losses running into thousand of shillings after a lorry killed his 56 goats and sheep in a road accident.
By Mwaniki Gitonga 9 years ago
Speeding trailer kills 56 sheep in Naivasha
When unprotected sex leaves more than just tears
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