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Costly project that divides Kenyans
Masks new headache in exam cheating
REVEALED: Why exercise could kill you
Yatani rejects three nominees for KPA top job
The official government reaction has been as tone-deaf as ever.
Over the last week, many customers of Kenya Power have complained about the company’s expensive and yet unreliable service
They are indefatigable hard workers who are hyper-critical of themselves and suffer no fools. They are their own competitor and pace-setter.
In total only about 2.8 million Kenyans were employed in wage-earning jobs, against a total working age population of about 18 million.
For this reason, democratic institutions always seek to protect the rights of minority groups against the tyranny of the powerful majority.
One of the most reliable ways of guaranteeing individuals a decent standard of living is permanent employment.
The first thing should be to map the distribution of power and supporting institutional architecture. Where does power lie?
Forget the DP, the Judiciary is under attack
Give procurement reforms a chance
Don’t let leaders stall reform agenda
Polls aren’t a matter of life and death
Why ‘hustlers’ have no faith in the system
Two thirds gender rule achievable
We’re living a lie on gender equity
Disapora woes mirror failed policy
Make 2022 a devolution referendum
Pray, tell me, why are we like this?
Treasury budget projection recipe for failure
State neglect cause of school deaths
Political options for Ruto moving forward
No, the handshake and BBI will not fix Kenya
We need standards for school construction
Xenophobic attacks point to bigger problems
Kibra election should be about performance
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
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