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Why many won’t shed tears if MPs are sacked
CJ ignores critics to play by the book
Starting a business? Do not copy others
How the paint brush earns artist a living
The most problematic parts of the order, and which should be getting more airplay, are the seeming encroachment on independent commissions.
The Treasury’s budget policy statement betrays what most reasonable people would consider to be unwarranted optimism
The important lesson from Kakamega is that unless things change, we will continue to sacrifice more Kenyan lives
Elections 2022: William Ruto has four leading options
The claim is that all we need is to fix our politics, and then other good things will follow – including social cohesion and economic prosperity.
The government is playing catch up following the school collapse in Nairobi that killed at least seven.
The ugly cycle of xenophobic attacks on African immigrants in South Africa visited us again this week.
The leading political parties and alliances are working hard to game each other, with the goal of nominating the most viable candidate.
War over division of revenue
Copy-and-paste CBC not suited for Kenya
To honour Ken Okoth, continue his works
On graft, Uhuru wants to have his cake, eat it
We need to emulate independence leaders
People-focused budgeting to spur real growth
Lessons on urban planning from Dodoma
We should not pay for MPs' financial mess
There’s a lot to learn from Binyavanga works
Reform public sector to improve services
How to translate mega investments into jobs
Japan’s new trade insurance policy timely
History will judge churches that defend corruption
Housing levy a graft scheme in the making
State owes SMEs an economic stimulus
On graft, Uhuru can’t eat his cake and have it
Let’s celebrate selfless achievers like Peter Tabichi
Cyclone, famine signs of bad things to come
Uhuru running out of time to secure legacy
Kenyans are fed up with Jubilee’s corruption
Activist’s death calls attention to rot in police
Matiang’i should streamline policymaking
Downside of reorganisation of the State
Unbowed, we should make Kenya secure
To win, let ‘Washenzi Movement’ be inclusive
How Ruto can win in 2022
We have the power to correct our course
Public sector yearning for radical reforms
We must save Kenyan maize farmers
So far most of the proposed constitutional changes miss the mark
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