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'Hatuanui stima': Why power outages occur during rains

Unplanned power outages have become synonymous with rain in select parts of the country.
By Dennis Omondi 2024-04-30 20:30:00
Unlike civil aviation, the military operates under different protocols.
By Denis Omondi 2024-04-26 19:30:00
According to Barayan, the Youth Enterprise Development Fund aims to financially support youths operating enterprises across the country.
By Esther Nyambura 2024-04-26 16:05:00
Rabies remains a very real threat, both to animal and human health, and vigilance is key to preventing its spread.
By Mate Tongola 2024-04-12 14:20:00
It is common for demand letters to be ignored or for the defense to delay a response. But, according to a legal expert, the move might be costlier than one might think.
By Esther Nyambura 2024-04-04 15:48:00
A woman can sue an estranged spouse to compel him to take care of his non-biological child or children.
By Stephanie Wangari 2024-04-01 18:30:00
On Easter morning, many Christians wake before dawn to celebrate their belief in the resurrection of Jesus, the son of God — as the sun rises.
By VOA 2024-03-31 09:25:00
Judiciary ICT Director Peter Kyalo says the move to adopt an e-filling system was meant to achieve 24-hour service delivery within the Judiciary.
By Esther Nyambura 2024-03-21 16:33:00
Explainer: What happens when a deputy governor is impeached.
By Esther Nyambura 2024-03-15 20:00:00
The sentencing of Joseph Irungu, alias Jowie, to death by the High Court has ignited a wave of reactions across the country.
By David Njaaga 2024-03-14 20:50:00
KRA says all informal sector and small business owners are to electronically generate and transmit their invoices to KRA via the electronic Tax Invoice Management System (eTIMS).
By Mate Tongola 2024-03-04 12:09:45
The World Meteorological Department has noted that "the weather pattern has continued to break trends since last year, with January 2024 being the hottest on record".
By Sharon Wanga 2024-02-22 16:57:11