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I quit my job to compete with former employer
Italian nun who died 100 years ago on journey to sainthood
I was sacrificed in the dams scandal, Rotich tells court
Pay rise at last – but 22 years too late for dead Kenya Railways staff
Shimba Hills Secondary School caused a major upset as the National Secondary Schools Term ‘A’ Games started Tuesday at Shanzu Teachers College, Mombasa.
Ronald Lukalo was among the first indigenous Kenyans to join tae kwondo. He joined the sport at seven years of age and has risen through the ranks to become a world-class umpire.
Postal Corporation of Kenya (PCK) hit Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) 40-33 to stay top of the five-team table standing in a netball match played at Afraha Open Grounds.
Kenya Commercial Bank RFC survived an early scare from Mwamba RFC at the Railways Club to comfortably win with a 29-10 margin.
The Kenya Netball Federation (KNF) under-21 team are yet to get to camp ahead of the African Youth Championship in Namibia due in two weeks.
Uganda hit Tanzania 49-19 to confirm their strength in the African Netball Zone Five Championship.
Uganda displayed tact and experience which saw them top in all the quarters.
Whatever else we may make of Eric Orina’s petition to Parliament to review several provisions of the new Constitution, one that must be worthy of our engagement is the proposal to reduce the size of government.
Altruism is not a fashionable word in development these days. The selfless concern for others is often not believed as a motive, or it’s misread as paternalism.
Ole Lenku has demonstrated that he is woefully inept
We urgently need peace and understanding as a nation
Emasculating national security services has been to our detriment
XN IRAKI: Budget with no tax increase? Makes both economic and political sense
Timbuktu Express: Career in limbo as Size 8 turns down my gospel ‘collabo’ offer
Nigeria’s superpower paradox …an irony of quantity versus quality
Is Mandela Black Jesus?
Kenyans must let go obsession with status symbol
Nyong’o: Electoral commission and Jubilee are two sides of the same coin
Oginde: National dialogue may not be a bad idea if de-politicised
Lubembe: Remove the log in your eye before you blame others
Kalua: How to grow our tourism potential
XN IRAKI: Why Westlands epitomises Kenya’s bright future
Munene: Forget the myths, only massive production will develop Kenya
Timbuktu Express: Welcome back Baba, you have no idea how much Kenya missed you
North Rift awaits Uhuru’s goodies
XN Iraki: Tourism- Where are incentives for tourists?
Timbuktu Express: ‘Anglo Leasing’ may soon be on our national emblem
Rural Dispatch: When koroboi was the only reading lamp
Rural Dispatch: Rite of passage is not what it used to be
Rural Dispatch: Real boys once owned real animals not gadgets
XN Iraki: Tourism can thrive despite terrorism
Muluka: Is the recent rise of China, Russia a sign of a new world order?
Opalo: For justice to prevail courts must stay out of politics
Bail should only be curbed under the law
How city dwellers steal the show during village funerals
Boko Haram raid shows education not only about books, curricula
Drinking to death: The economics of booze
Kenya finds in China a new able partner in her march to progress and prosperity
Let’s re-register real Kenyans and boost national security
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