State asks Kenyans to contribute Sh150m and save man facing execution in Saudi
Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi said under the prevailing circumstances Kenya has no money to secure the release of Stephen Munyakho who was to be executed on May 15.
By Patrick Vidija and Sharon Wanga 1 month ago
State asks Kenyans to contribute Sh150m and save man facing execution in Saudi
Lobby groups push for youth sexual and reproductive health rights ahead of Civil Society Summit
Civil Society calls on UN and Heads of State to consider youth in pushing for a global agenda ahead of the "Summit for Future"
By Sharon Wanga 1 month ago
Lobby groups push for youth sexual and reproductive health rights ahead of Civil Society Summit
Network restored after undersea cable cuts, says Safaricom
Telecommunications service provider Safaricom has announced the resumption of full network capacity following an internet connectivity outage experienced across the country since Sunday.
By Sharon Wanga 1 month ago
Network restored after undersea cable cuts, says Safaricom
Nairobi residents protest against unlawful structures, forceful evictions
A group of Nairobi residents on Thursday, May 16 took to the streets to demonstrate against what they describe as unplanned development projects in the capital, resulting in forced evictions.
By Sharon Wanga 1 month ago
Nairobi residents protest against unlawful structures, forceful evictions
U.S. Embassy in Tanzania announces temporary closure amid internet outage
U.S embassy in Tanzania temporarily closed due to internet outage.
By Sharon Wanga 1 month ago
U.S. Embassy in Tanzania announces temporary closure amid internet outage
President Ruto opens new Lenana School Primary in Dagoretti South
President Ruto inaugurates Lenana School Primary in Ngando, Dagoretti South; promises to construct 24 additional classrooms to accommodate Grades 4,5, and 6 in the next two months.
By Sharon Wanga 1 month ago
President Ruto opens new Lenana School Primary in Dagoretti South
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Why South Africa is baking in dry spell as the East drowns in floods
Human activities have emitted more greenhouse gases, creating a blanket that traps the heat from going back to space.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Why South Africa is baking in dry spell as the East drowns in floods
It's another public holiday as state pushes tree planting agenda
President William Ruto declared Friday, May 10, a public holiday to honour victims of floods.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
It's another public holiday as state pushes tree planting agenda
Main suspect in Sh13.1m fake gold scam arrested
DCI arrests main suspect in Sh13.1m fake gold scam while attempting to enter Kenya through Busia border; he is accused of defrauding a Ghanaian businessman last year.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Main suspect in Sh13.1m fake gold scam arrested
How slain Meru blogger 'Sniper' was lured to his death
Sniper met his death after receiving a phone call from one Vincent Mureithi, alias Supuu
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
How slain Meru blogger 'Sniper' was lured to his death
How slain Meru blogger 'Sniper' was lured to his death
Sniper met his death after receiving a phone call from one Vincent Mureithi, alias Supuu
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
How slain Meru blogger 'Sniper' was lured to his death
How slain Meru blogger 'Sniper' was lured to his death
Sniper met his death after receiving a phone call from one Vincent Mureithi, alias Supuu.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
How slain Meru blogger 'Sniper' was lured to his death
How slain Meru blogger 'Sniper' was lured to his death
Sniper met his death after receiving a phone call from one Vincent Mureithi, alias Supuu.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
How slain Meru blogger 'Sniper' was lured to his death
Board mulls health warnings for smokeless tobacco products
Tobacco Control Board discusses amendments to the Tobacco Act to address smokeless products.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Board mulls health warnings for smokeless tobacco products
Cyclone Hidaya might be kind on Kenya but prepare for more rains
A tropical cyclone is a rapidly rotating storm that begins over tropical oceans. A senior climate scientist at IGAD says the cyclone may not have a serious impact on Kenya.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Cyclone Hidaya might be kind on Kenya but prepare for more rains
Brace for heavier rains today, warns weatherman
Nairobi metropolitan to experience unusual heavy rainfall this afternoon; Kasarani, Ruiru, Embakasi areas to be affected, Kenya MET warns.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Brace for heavier rains today, warns weatherman
MPs approve impeachment motion against CS Linturi
MPs approve motion to impeach Agriculture CS Mithika Linturi, 149 vote in favour, 36 oppose while three abstain; an 11-member committee to investigate matter and file report within ten days.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
MPs approve impeachment motion against CS Linturi
Inflation rates drops to 5pc in April as cooking gas prices soar
Inflation rate for April drops to 5.0 per cent from 5.7pc in March 2024 driven by a decrease in prices of food, fuel, water and gas, KNBS says.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Inflation rates drops to 5pc in April as cooking gas prices soar
Migori Senator Eddy Oketch alleges collusion in union leadership
Migori Senator Eddy Oketch has raised concerns over what he perceives as a lack of democracy within union leadership.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Migori Senator Eddy Oketch alleges collusion in union leadership
Raila Odinga: Government caught off guard by floods
Azimio la Umoja coalition leader, Raila Odinga, has expressed concerns over the government's readiness in flood management and rescue operations.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Raila Odinga: Government caught off guard by floods
Kenya to host the ninth annual NADPA meeting
Kenya to host the ninth Network of African Data Protection Authorities meeting in Nairobi.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Kenya to host the ninth annual NADPA meeting
Kindiki warns unexperienced evacuators as floods continue to cause havoc
The government has warned against unscrupulous, inexperienced individuals who have now embarked on voluntary evacuation amidst the ravaging floods in several parts of the country.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Kindiki warns unexperienced evacuators as floods continue to cause havoc
Explained; Why the ODPP withdraws high-profile court cases
Repeated incidents of withdrawal of cases of high-profile individuals by the ODPP have aroused suspicion and left the public questioning the independence and accountability of the office.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Explained; Why the ODPP withdraws high-profile court cases
Non-state actors call for replenishment of IDA fund as Summit kicks off in Nairobi
The funds help the countries build resilience and adapt to the impacts of climate change as well as invest in development priorities.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Non-state actors call for replenishment of IDA fund as Summit kicks off in Nairobi
Report: More women are embracing modern family planning methods
The number of women using modern contraception has grown by 92 million
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Report: More women are embracing modern family planning methods
Stay vigilant, heavy rains to continue, weatherman warns
Kenya Meteorological Department issues advisory on heavy rainfall across the country, says rainfall intensity likely to reduce on April 28.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Stay vigilant, heavy rains to continue, weatherman warns
UDA grassroot elections kicks off
UDA party begins grassroots elections in five counties.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
UDA grassroot elections kicks off
Government to distribute food, financial aid to flood victims
The government has begun deploying food and financial aid to members of the public affected by floods in several parts of the country.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Government to distribute food, financial aid to flood victims
Education Ministry assessing schools' floods preparedness
The Ministry of Education is conducting an assessment on schools' preparedness to handle the ongoing heavy rains and floods.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Education Ministry assessing schools' floods preparedness
Kenya ranked fourth wealthiest country in Africa
Kenya has been ranked among the big five wealthy markets in Africa having millionaires and billionaires
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Kenya ranked fourth wealthiest country in Africa
Kenya National Qualifications Authority gets a new Director General
Kande previously served as Deputy Director in charge of planning, research, outreach, and policy at the organization.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Kenya National Qualifications Authority gets a new Director General
Netanyahu vows to reject any US sanctions on Israeli army
Netanyahu vows to reject Israel military sanction amidst report of alleged rights violation.
By Sharon Wanga and Agencies 2 months ago
Netanyahu vows to reject any US sanctions on Israeli army
Adaptation Consortium recommends indigenous knowledge inclusion to foster locally-led climate action
Adaptation Consortium recommends the inclusion of indigenous knowledge to legitimise locally-led climate action within communities.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Adaptation Consortium recommends indigenous knowledge inclusion to foster locally-led climate action
Nightclub, dancing fountain to be constructed at Uhuru Park- Sakaja
Nairobi County to manage revamped Uhuru and Central parks; Governor Sakaja alludes Sh156m will be used to construct a dancing fountain and night club.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Nightclub, dancing fountain to be constructed at Uhuru Park- Sakaja
Ex-Museum boss Kibunja, four others released on Sh5m cash bail
Court grants former National Museums Director-General Mzalendo Kibunja and 4 others Sh10m bond each in Sh490m corruption case, which is set for mention on May 2.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Ex-Museum boss Kibunja, four others released on Sh5m cash bail
Relief as Kenya Power reduces electricity cost
Kenya Power reduces electricity costs for the month of April-May by 13.7 per cent, citing a drop in fuel prices and foreign exchange fluctuation.
By Sharon Wanga 2 months ago
Relief as Kenya Power reduces electricity cost
Traffic cop caught on camera collecting bribes suspended
Traffic police officer caught on video allegedly collecting bribes from PSV drivers in Nairobi suspended, NPS says proceedings for his dismissal ongoing.
By Sharon Wanga 3 months ago
Traffic cop caught on camera collecting bribes suspended
Labour CS Bore tells striking doctors to give dialogue a chance
Labour Cabinet Secretary Florence Bore has appealed to healthcare workers on strike to engage in dialogue to address the ongoing crisis.
By Sharon Wanga 3 months ago
Labour CS Bore tells striking doctors to give dialogue a chance
Raila Odinga breaks silence, urges government to resolve doctors' strike
Odinga on Thursday, in a statement emphasized three critical issues for the government's consideration.
By Sharon Wanga 3 months ago
Raila Odinga breaks silence, urges government to resolve doctors' strike
In Pictures: Muslims celebrate Eid as Ramadhan ends
Muslim faithful gather at Tononoka grounds in Mombasa, Masjid mosque in Nairobi's South C, and other areas across the country to hold prayers and celebrate Idd-ul-Fitr.
By Sharon Wanga 3 months ago
In Pictures: Muslims celebrate Eid as Ramadhan ends
Gen Z revolution: A reflection on sacrifice, freedom
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