The Standard Group Plc is a multi-media organization with investments in media platforms spanning newspaper print operations, television, radio broadcasting, digital and online services. The Standard Group is recognized as a leading multi-media house in Kenya with a key influence in matters of national and international interest.
  • Standard Group Plc HQ Office,
  • The Standard Group Center,Mombasa Road.
  • P.O Box 30080-00100,Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Telephone number: 0203222111, 0719012111
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Teenager beats odds, earns Doctorate at 17

She began her doctoral studies at Arizona State University with her mother's unwavering support.
By Fay Ngina 8h ago
The AI Ready initiative is designed to equip Kenyans to thrive in the digital economy by 2025.
By Peter Muiruri 1w ago
NHS had filed a petition seeking to dissolve his 21 years of marriage alleging that TSS was dramatic and abusive.
By Yvonne Chepkwony 2w ago
TikTok, the short-form video hosting service, has announced new updates to its Community Guidelines
By Peter Muiruri 2w ago
New cast members include lawyer and professional bodybuilder Farah Esmail, beauty entrepreneur Zena Nyambu and Reja Keji Ladu
By Kirsten Kanja 1mo ago
The news of Tinina's passing has elicited heartfelt tributes from colleagues, fans, and Kenyans across the nation.
By Fay Ngina 2mos ago
This studio will cater to musicians for practice and recording sessions while also serving as an inclusive event space.
By Fay Ngina 2mos ago
Social media influencer Eve Mungai has hinted at not addressing the ongoing drama between her and video director Trevor.
By Diana Anyango 2mos ago
Chris Muriithi formerly known as Makena Njeri has taken to social media to protest the anti-gay bill in Ghana.
By Diana Anyango 2mos ago
Former producer and videographer for Sean “Diddy” Combs, Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones has taken legal action against the music mogul.
By Fay Ngina 2mos ago
Radio presenter Mwalimu Rachael has confirmed knowledge of former Sailors group member Miracle Baby’s ailment.
By Diana Anyango 2mos ago
KFCB has directly demanded that Embarambamba and Getumbe remove the questionable content from their platforms, warning that failure to comply will result in legal action.
By Fay Ngina 2mos ago