Soldiers, police in scuffle at Likoni channel
Although most dignitaries, military and police vehicles use the exit during peak time, the guard said the soldiers would obstruct vehicles.
By 1 month ago
Soldiers, police in scuffle at Likoni channel
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How Kenyans faked themselves into employment
1, 337 investigation files being handled by the EACC involves those who forged their degree, diplomas, and form four certificates.
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How Kenyans faked themselves into employment
Valentine's Day - Hundreds of Mombasa residents walk 19km to celebrate love
Love was literally and figuratively poured into the streets of Mombasa as over 1,000 residents participated in a 19km walk to celebrate this year's Valentine's Day.
By 3 months ago
Valentine's Day - Hundreds of Mombasa residents walk 19km to celebrate love
KNCHR probes Shimo La Tewa prison for allegedly mistreating Makenzi
KNCHR says that Makenzi was kept in segregated isolation at Shimo La Tewa, which is tantamount to torture.
By 4 months ago
KNCHR probes Shimo La Tewa prison for allegedly mistreating Makenzi
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Ruto to borrow Uhuru playbook in fixing the Coast squatter crisis
Kwa Bulo is witnessing a surge in high-rise buildings and bungalows. Squatters’ chairman says settlement of families on the 86.7 acres has been a contentious political issue.
By 7 months ago
Ruto to borrow Uhuru playbook in fixing the Coast squatter crisis
Soldiers, police in scuffle at Likoni channel
Although most dignitaries, military and police vehicles use the exit during peak time, the guard said the soldiers would obstruct vehicles.
By 1 month ago
Soldiers, police in scuffle at Likoni channel
Premium
How Kenyans faked themselves into employment
1, 337 investigation files being handled by the EACC involves those who forged their degree, diplomas, and form four certificates.
By 1 month ago
How Kenyans faked themselves into employment
Valentine's Day - Hundreds of Mombasa residents walk 19km to celebrate love
Love was literally and figuratively poured into the streets of Mombasa as over 1,000 residents participated in a 19km walk to celebrate this year's Valentine's Day.
By 3 months ago
Valentine's Day - Hundreds of Mombasa residents walk 19km to celebrate love
KNCHR probes Shimo La Tewa prison for allegedly mistreating Makenzi
KNCHR says that Makenzi was kept in segregated isolation at Shimo La Tewa, which is tantamount to torture.
By 4 months ago
KNCHR probes Shimo La Tewa prison for allegedly mistreating Makenzi
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Ruto to borrow Uhuru playbook in fixing the Coast squatter crisis
Kwa Bulo is witnessing a surge in high-rise buildings and bungalows. Squatters’ chairman says settlement of families on the 86.7 acres has been a contentious political issue.
By 7 months ago
Ruto to borrow Uhuru playbook in fixing the Coast squatter crisis
Soldiers, police in scuffle at Likoni channel
Although most dignitaries, military and police vehicles use the exit during peak time, the guard said the soldiers would obstruct vehicles.
By 1 month ago
Soldiers, police in scuffle at Likoni channel
Premium
How Kenyans faked themselves into employment
1, 337 investigation files being handled by the EACC involves those who forged their degree, diplomas, and form four certificates.
By 1 month ago
How Kenyans faked themselves into employment
Valentine's Day - Hundreds of Mombasa residents walk 19km to celebrate love
Love was literally and figuratively poured into the streets of Mombasa as over 1,000 residents participated in a 19km walk to celebrate this year's Valentine's Day.
By 3 months ago
Valentine's Day - Hundreds of Mombasa residents walk 19km to celebrate love
KNCHR probes Shimo La Tewa prison for allegedly mistreating Makenzi
KNCHR says that Makenzi was kept in segregated isolation at Shimo La Tewa, which is tantamount to torture.
By 4 months ago
KNCHR probes Shimo La Tewa prison for allegedly mistreating Makenzi
Premium
Ruto to borrow Uhuru playbook in fixing the Coast squatter crisis
Kwa Bulo is witnessing a surge in high-rise buildings and bungalows. Squatters’ chairman says settlement of families on the 86.7 acres has been a contentious political issue.
By 7 months ago
Ruto to borrow Uhuru playbook in fixing the Coast squatter crisis
Valentine's Day - Hundreds of Mombasa residents walk 19km to celebrate love
Love was literally and figuratively poured into the streets of Mombasa as over 1,000 residents participated in a 19km walk to celebrate this year's Valentine's Day.
By Benard Sanga 3 months ago
Valentine's Day - Hundreds of Mombasa residents walk 19km to celebrate love
KNCHR probes Shimo La Tewa prison for allegedly mistreating Makenzi
KNCHR says that Makenzi was kept in segregated isolation at Shimo La Tewa, which is tantamount to torture.
By Benard Sanga 4 months ago
KNCHR probes Shimo La Tewa prison for allegedly mistreating Makenzi
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Ruto to borrow Uhuru playbook in fixing the Coast squatter crisis
Kwa Bulo is witnessing a surge in high-rise buildings and bungalows. Squatters' chairman says settlement of families on the 86.7 acres has been a contentious political issue.
By Benard Sanga 7 months ago
Ruto to borrow Uhuru playbook in fixing the Coast squatter crisis
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How Makenzi's deceptive tactics lured followers
A Senate committee puts controversial preacher Paul Makenzi at the centre of the Shakahola massacre and wants him charged with the death of at least 429 people.
By Benard Sanga 7 months ago
How Makenzi's deceptive tactics lured followers
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Unmasking the terror suspects in Tana River, Lamu attacks
Maalim Ayman tops the list of the 35 most wanted terrorists released this week by the DCI. In 2020, the U.S. marked Ayman as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT).
By Benard Sanga 7 months ago
Unmasking the terror suspects in Tana River, Lamu attacks
Multinationals angle for a piece of the pie at port amid objections
The renewed plan to concession services at the two ports has, predictably, been engulfed in a storm despite President William Ruto's attempt to explain its economic implications.
By Benard Sanga 8 months ago
Multinationals angle for a piece of the pie at port amid objections
Mombasa man who set himself on fire dies in hospital
Man who set himself ablaze at Mwembe Tayari area, Mombasa succumbs to injuries, family confirms; he was receiving treatment at Coast General Hospital.
By Benard Sanga 9 months ago
Mombasa man who set himself on fire dies in hospital
PSC has no powers to determine salaries for parastatal staff, says AG
The AG was responding to Prime CS Mudavadi who had sought an advisory on the jurisdiction on constitutional powers of PSC concerning the human resource function in state corporations.
By Benard Sanga 10 months ago
PSC has no powers to determine salaries for parastatal staff, says AG
Tribunal temporarily halts KPA cleaning tender over graft claim
According to the documents, KPA selected 21 firms for housekeeping and cleaning services that will cost Sh43.2 million a month, totalling to over Sh500 million per year.
By Benard Sanga 10 months ago
Tribunal temporarily halts KPA cleaning tender over graft claim
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The agony of Lamu widows: Abandoned by State and their families
The widows left desolate face an uncertain future. They are young widows, abandoned by the state and their families, and quietly suffering as they struggle to raise their children.
By Benard Sanga 10 months ago
The agony of Lamu widows: Abandoned by State and their families
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Deputy governor seat remains a poisoned chalice many years on
Former Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho and Kilifi's Amason Kingi (now Senate speaker) dropped their first-term deputies in the 2017 election.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
Deputy governor seat remains a poisoned chalice many years on
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Pastor Ezekiel 'altars' attract more women worshippers
Pastor Ezekiel Ombok Odero holds massive crusades in Shanzu and now Mavueni, attracting thousands of people from all over the nation.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
Pastor Ezekiel 'altars' attract more women worshippers
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State dilemma on charges to prefer against Mackenzie
Legal scholars like Prof Morris Mbondenyi say indicting and successfully prosecuting Makenzi will be an intricate exercise due to the nature of evidence and credibility of witnesses required.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
State dilemma on charges to prefer against Mackenzie
How witnesses collapsed Sh30m case against former land bosses
Gachanja, former Kwale senior Lands officer Zablon Mabea and former physical planner Jabu Salim were charged with facilitating the acquisition of public land in Kwale to a private developer.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
How witnesses collapsed Sh30m case against former land bosses
Ship docks in Mombasa with 48,000 tons of white maize
Ship with 48,000 tons of white maize from Mozambique docks at Mombasa Port, KPA official Bernard Osero confirms; imports to aid gap as Kenya ramps up production.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
Ship docks in Mombasa with 48,000 tons of white maize
New KPA boss Captain William Ruto pledges to protect workers' rights
He said he was a marked man during the former regime because of his surname, and called on Kenyans to charge him on his performance and not name or tribe.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
New KPA boss Captain William Ruto pledges to protect workers' rights
Court stops erection of 18-floor building, says high-rise apartments turning cities to "vertical slums
Developer wanted to put up 53 apartments in an area with no proper social amenities like a sewerage system.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
Court stops erection of 18-floor building, says high-rise apartments turning cities to "vertical slums
Blame game as search for girl enters day three
Kilifi County Government says Watamu boat accident caused by overloading and rough weather, heightens safety measures along the coastline.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
Blame game as search for girl enters day three
Mung'aro's Sh15.6b plan to boost food production
Mung'aro said the county will distribute free seedlings of high-yielding cashew nuts recently unveiled by Kenya Agriculture and Livestock Research Organisation (Kalro).
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
Mung'aro's Sh15.6b plan to boost food production
Myths about the baobab did not stop locals from uprooting trees
Baobabs produce a dry fruit pulp that is highly nutritious. A baobab tree produces an estimated 4,000 pods, which translates to about 630kg of seeds and fruits.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
Myths about the baobab did not stop locals from uprooting trees
Investor was willing to spend an arm and a leg
The agreements between Gvasaliya and farmers show that he bought the baobab at between Sh150,000 and Sh350,000, depending on the state of the tree and negotiations.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
Investor was willing to spend an arm and a leg
Ship carrying 10,000 tonnes of maize came from Mozambique
Marine Traffic, the only application that tracks the movement of ships across the globe, indicates that the maize may have been loaded at the Port of Beira in Mozambique.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
Ship carrying 10,000 tonnes of maize came from Mozambique
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Collapse of Mombasa nightlife kills hopes of vibrant 24-hour economy
In 2008, Mombasa port started to operate all day and night but the initiative has not been fully actualised largely due to resistance from some State agencies and private firms.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
Collapse of Mombasa nightlife kills hopes of vibrant 24-hour economy
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Descendants of former slaves in Frere Town fight for recognition
One of the descendants, Tom Mbotela, who was a councillor in Nairobi, was killed by Mau Mau fighters in the 1950s for allegedly being a collaborator.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
Descendants of former slaves in Frere Town fight for recognition
How factory farming puts you, the planet, and animals at risk and why a moratorium (ban) is needed
Swine flu and bird flu are just two examples of diseases that started on factory farms and have caused devastating human health impacts.
By Benard Sanga 1 year ago
How factory farming puts you, the planet, and animals at risk and why a moratorium (ban) is needed
Farmers welcome Sh1.5 billion allocation to sugar sector
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Roads budget slashed by Sh51 billion in FY2024-25
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