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Silent vows as deaf couple weds

Every detail that entailed sound was translated into sign language by interpreters. The ceremony was also translated to Vietnamese to cater to international guests.
By Caroline Chebet 14h ago
Efforts to restore peace in troubled counties such as Baringo, Elgeyo Marakwet, West Pokot, Turkana and Samburu have borne no fruits for the last three decades.
By Stephen Rutto May. 28, 2023
The Bill seeks to review the Climate Change Act of 2016  to provide for communities to engage and internationally transact on projects and initiatives that reduce and offset generated carbon.
By Caroline Chebet May. 26, 2023
During the arrest, two Bibles in Kiswahili and Kalenjin, four Bible teachings and books with coded mathematics notes were recovered from the pastor’s house.
By Yvonne Chepkwony May. 25, 2023
The lobby accuses President of interfering with the NLC saying his remarks were in bad faith and an attack against the independent institution.
By Daniel Chege May. 24, 2023
NTSA Director-General George Njau said his agency has increased signage along major roads and is also focusing on improving roads by fixing potholes.
By Antony Gitonga May. 24, 2023
Justice Hellen Wasilwa has ruled that the planned industrial action by the employees is illegal.
By Daniel Chege May. 24, 2023
Court finds that the company defaulted on its obligation to give vacant possession to buyer. Decision puts the firm in an awkward position because it involves eviting squatters on the land.
By Paul Ogemba May. 24, 2023
Kericho Governor Erick Mutai has denied entering into an agreement with James Finlay Tea Company over partial sale of shares to a Sri Lankan investor, Brown Investment PLC.
By Kiprono Kurgat May. 24, 2023
In October last year, the 10 two-man-held (TMH) tea harvesting machines were set on fire at the Chebown tea estate owned by Ekaterra.
By Kiprono Kurgat May. 23, 2023
The prosecution has lined up 27 witnesses to testify against key suspect Ibrahim Rotich in the murder case of athlete Agnes Tirop.
By Lynn Kolongei May. 23, 2023
James Finlay owns tea estates in Bomet and Kericho Counties.
By Julius Chepkwony May. 22, 2023