Nairobi county begins to repair 17 bridges damaged by floods
Sakaja said the country is grappling with challenges including loss of lives through floods.
By Noel Nabiswa 1 month ago
Nairobi county begins to repair 17 bridges damaged by floods
20 students get innovation awards under Kenya-UK university partnership
Twenty students drawn from KCA University and the University of Nottingham (UK) have received innovation awards after pitching ideas under the Global Partnerships programme.
By Noel Nabiswa 1 month ago
20 students get innovation awards under Kenya-UK university partnership
Struggles of a mother with an intersex child
Kawira says that she was given only two options - to kill the baby or go away with the child.
By Noel Nabiswa 1 month ago
Struggles of a mother with an intersex child
Fertility myths set couples up for failure, disappointment
There is only an 85 per cent probability that one would get pregnant if the person is involved in sex every day for one year.
By Noel Nabiswa 2 months ago
Fertility myths set couples up for failure, disappointment
Survivor opens safe house for minors undergoing cancer treatment
Cancer advocacy agency launches a safe house for children.
By Noel Nabiswa 2 months ago
Survivor opens safe house for minors undergoing cancer treatment
Doctors turn to Ruto to break talks stalemate to end the ongoing strike
Davji Atellah said the president has an obligation to protect the rights of every Kenyan, including access to quality healthcare services as stipulated in the Constitution.
By Noel Nabiswa 2 months ago
Doctors turn to Ruto to break talks stalemate to end the ongoing strike
First batch of NYS graduates sent to Saudi Arabia, Labour PS says
Labor and Skills Development Principal Secretary Shadrach Mwadime last week flagged off 273 National Youth Service graduates to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
By Noel Nabiswa 3 months ago
First batch of NYS graduates sent to Saudi Arabia, Labour PS says
Linturi urges farmers to embrace drought resistant crops
The CS assured that the ministry is committed to help farmers curb the challenges of agricultural production.
By Noel Nabiswa 3 months ago
Linturi urges farmers to embrace drought resistant crops
Kenya, Indonesia collaborate to boost mining sector
This is a follow-up to the MoU that was signed in August last year during the state visit by the Indonesian president.
By Noel Nabiswa 3 months ago
Kenya, Indonesia collaborate to boost mining sector
Empower us to tell our own stories, FGM survivors plead
Through anti-FGM campaigns and education programmes, FGM survivors say they now feel confident to return to their communities and fight the vice
By Noel Nabiswa 3 months ago
Empower us to tell our own stories, FGM survivors plead
State grappling with Sh83 billion funding gap for water, sanitation
CS Zachariah Njeru on Tuesday said the government is currently grappling with an annual Sh83 billion funding gap to provide clean water and sewerage services across the country.
By Noel Nabiswa 3 months ago
State grappling with Sh83 billion funding gap for water, sanitation
Pain of 3,580 medical graduates grappling with uncertain future
Failure to place medical interns means many hospitals now have no junior doctors, impacting patient care. Health Ministry needs Sh4.9 billion to finance monthly salaries stipulated in CBA.
By Maryann Muganda and Noel Nabiswa 3 months ago
Pain of 3,580 medical graduates grappling with uncertain future
Doctors threaten strike over delayed internships
Union faults Ministry of Health for not releasing funds to send medical graduates to hospitals. They say the 1,215 interns are ready to work and ease pressure on healthcare workers.
By Maryann Muganda and Noel Nabiswa 3 months ago
Doctors threaten strike over delayed internships
KMPDU issues ultimatum over placement of medical graduates
KMPDU has issued an ultimatum to the Ministry of Health demanding immediate internship placements for over 1000 medical graduates by March 1st.
By Maryann Muganda and Noel Nabiswa 3 months ago
KMPDU issues ultimatum over placement of medical graduates
Why you will pay more for less this valentine
Love is in the air as partners around the world pull out all the stops to mark Valentine's Day on Wednesday, February 14.
By Noel Nabiswa 4 months ago
Why you will pay more for less this valentine
KCSE candidates urged to take up TVET courses
Candidates who sat the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams in 2023 have been urged to consider enrolling in Technical Vocation Education Training (TVET) institutions.
By Emmanuel Kipchumba and Noel Nabiswa 5 months ago
KCSE candidates urged to take up TVET courses
Kenya to send 2,500 nurses to Saudi Arabia
By mid-January we are going to deploy those diploma and degree holders to provide their services to the Saudi Arabia kingdom
By Noel Nabiswa 5 months ago
Kenya to send 2,500 nurses to Saudi Arabia
Ministry says workers at Eastleigh building had no protective gear
The 17-storey building's scaffolds collapsed on Saturday afternoon killing four workers who were on site and leaving others with serious injuries.
By Noel Nabiswa 6 months ago
Ministry says workers at Eastleigh building had no protective gear
NTSA cautions passengers against using unregistered PSV's
The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has cautioned passengers against boarding private vehicles operating as Public Service vehicles.
By Noel Nabiswa 6 months ago
NTSA cautions passengers against using unregistered PSV's
Only two cheating cases recorded in 2023 KCPE exam
Only two candidates out of 1.4 million who sat for the 2023 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) were caught cheating.
By Noel Nabiswa 6 months ago
Only two cheating cases recorded in 2023 KCPE exam
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Raila slams Ruto's G-to-G oil deal as a grand scam
Azimio leader says deal was crafted to exempt companies from paying tax. He calls for cancellation of the deal and documents be made public.
By Judah Ben-Hur and Noel Nabiswa 6 months ago
Raila slams Ruto's G-to-G oil deal as a grand scam
Sensitize guards to enhance security, body urges
Chairperson Enock Makanga, PROSAK chairperson said that companies always opt to cut the cost of payment by hiring guards who are not well qualified.
By Noel Nabiswa 7 months ago
Sensitize guards to enhance security, body urges
Tea sector workers to get 13pc pay rise as Atwoli signs CBA
Atwoli has pledged to push for higher wages for tea workers. He said the CBA between KTDA and KPAWU marks a new chapter in the history of industrial relations in the tea sector
By Noel Nabiswa 7 months ago
Tea sector workers to get 13pc pay rise as Atwoli signs CBA
Atwoli inks deal to review wage for tea farmers
In a statement, Atwoli said the meeting discussed 13 per cent wage increment of workers in the next two years.
By Noel Nabiswa 7 months ago
Atwoli inks deal to review wage for tea farmers
Starehe MP demands justice for hawkers after county crackdown
Starehe MP Amos Mwago has called for the Nairobi County government to compensate the hawkers whose goods were ruined by the county's inspectorate officers on October 19.
By Noel Nabiswa 7 months ago
Starehe MP demands justice for hawkers after county crackdown
We shall eliminate cartels in the mining sector, CS Mvurya says
He said that people have been taking advantage of the industry by creating cartels.
By Noel Nabiswa 7 months ago
We shall eliminate cartels in the mining sector, CS Mvurya says
Scholars call for data specialists in pursuit of UHC
"The context why we have this consortium is to bring together all the statisticians into one particular place in order to help each other in building capacity," Prof Chirwa said.
By Lewis Nyaundi and Noel Nabiswa 7 months ago
Scholars call for data specialists in pursuit of UHC
Senator denies involvement in alleged gold scam
The lawmaker terms the allegations as politically motivated and targeting his businesses.
By Kamore Maina, Noel Nabiswa 7 months ago
Senator denies involvement in alleged gold scam
Pesticides are safe farmers told
Muchiri said banning pesticide products would deny millions of Kenyans their right to food.
By Noel Nabiswa 8 months ago
Pesticides are safe farmers told
Kenya, UK in new pact to strengthen growing trade ties
The signing of a memorandum of understanding between the ministry and the British Chamber of Commerce Kenya sets up the framework for further cooperation between the two countries.
By Noel Nabiswa and Ronald Kipruto 8 months ago
Kenya, UK in new pact to strengthen growing trade ties
Sickle Cell warriors urge the government to include them in policies, plans
The sickle Cell Afya Dhabithi project, launched at Mbagathi Hospital, is aimed at reducing the burden of Sickle Cell Disease and strengthening health systems for the disease.
By Noel Nabiswa and Catherine Imuraget 9 months ago
Sickle Cell warriors urge the government to include them in policies, plans
Scrap metal dealers pledge to work with government
The association of scrap metal dealers pledged to work with Kenya Power to forestall theft and vandalism of company resources.
By Noel Nabiswa and Catherine Imuraget 9 months ago
Scrap metal dealers pledge to work with government
UDA welcomes 120 defectors from Azimio Coalition
The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party received 120 new members on Friday, who defected from the rival Azimio Coalition.
By Noel Nabiswa and Catherine Imuraget 9 months ago
UDA welcomes 120 defectors from Azimio Coalition
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Raila moves to rein in errant ODM members
The condemned MPs met with President William Ruto on Tuesday, February 7 at State House, Nairobi.
By Grace Ng'ang'a and Noel Nabiswa 9 months ago
Raila moves to rein in errant ODM members
Murkomen outlines plans to introduce environment friendly vehicles
The CS said already some investors have already expressed interest in working with the Ministry towards achieving the goal.
By Emmanuel Kipchumba and Noel Nabiswa 9 months ago
Murkomen outlines plans to introduce environment friendly vehicles
Teach children Kiswahili as first language, teachers urge parents
"Keep culture to children, I think it is important to give our children a chance to learn more cultures, let them learn a culture that is different from theirs," Guerra said.
By Noel Nabiswa 9 months ago
Teach children Kiswahili as first language, teachers urge parents
Drivers urged to observe roads safety during back to school
He also urged passengers to take personal responsibility as far as their safety is concerned and challenged them to report reckless drivers.
By Noel Nabiswa 9 months ago
Drivers urged to observe roads safety during back to school
Ruto free to visit any county, private security guards say
Andabwa said that he earlier met Fazul Mohamed, the Private Security Regulatory Authority (PSRA) chief executive over the sticky issues.
By Noel Nabiswa 9 months ago
Ruto free to visit any county, private security guards say
African leaders told to engage all players in summit
African leaders have been urged to foster collaboration to shape discourse on climate change and benefit all deserving communities.
By Noel Nabiswa 9 months ago
African leaders told to engage all players in summit
India marks 77th Independence Day with cultural celebrations in Nairobi
India commemorated its 77th Independence Day with a vibrant celebration in Nairobi, marked by cultural events and the emblematic 'Har Ghar Tiranga,' signifying the Indian National Flag.
By Noel Nabiswa 10 months ago
India marks 77th Independence Day with cultural celebrations in Nairobi
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