State starts resettlement of Mai Mahiu landslide affected families
The team will audit the loss suffered by the families, property damaged by floods, and craft the resettlement plan.
By 7 days ago
State starts resettlement of Mai Mahiu landslide affected families
Ministry seeks to harmonise education system
Principal Secretary Esther Mworia said a harmonised education system would help maximise and leverage existing and emerging skills.
By 6 days ago
Ministry seeks to harmonise education system
Puzzle of 2,000 absentee pupils in flood-ravaged Mai Mahiu school
Parents and teachers attribute learners absence to trauma caused by the tragedy.
By 8 days ago
Puzzle of 2,000 absentee pupils in flood-ravaged Mai Mahiu school
Tears as 13 Mai Mahiu flood tragedy victims are buried, 37 still missing
The government has pledged to resettle the families elsewhere and help them rebuild their homes and lives.
By 15 days ago
Tears as 13 Mai Mahiu flood tragedy victims are buried, 37 still missing
State to use Sh300m to settle flood victims
Each family that lost a relative will get between Sh150,000 and Sh200,000.
By 16 days ago
State to use Sh300m to settle flood victims
Hippos kill two flower farm workers in Lake Naivasha
The incident comes barely a fortnight after an official of the Kamere Landing Beach was attacked and killed by a hippo while on guard at the busy facility.
By 18 days ago
Hippos kill two flower farm workers in Lake Naivasha
51 bodies may never be found, families fear
Interior ministry says 52 bodies have been recovered.
By 23 days ago
51 bodies may never be found, families fear
Mai Mahiu flood death toll hits 50, KDF on site
Through the local churches, the families had been warned that the water could spill over but many ignored the advice.
By 24 days ago
Mai Mahiu flood death toll hits 50, KDF on site
Pain as families identify bodies of kin swept by raging waters
At Mai Mahiu Police Station, families whose kin had boarded an ill-fated Easy Coach bus were seeking information on the passengers after some were reported missing.
By 25 days ago
Pain as families identify bodies of kin swept by raging waters
At least 48 killed after dam burst its banks
It’s now emerging that hours before the Dark Tunnel Valley dam burst its banks, killing close to 50 people, area residents had raised concerns over rising water levels.
By 26 days ago
At least 48 killed after dam burst its banks
Over 42 people dead after Kijabe dam burst its banks
More than 40 people have been killed in Nakuru County after a dam burst its banks following weeks of torrential rains that also forced thousands from their homes.
By 27 days ago
Over 42 people dead after Kijabe dam burst its banks
KTB seeks to increase tourist numbers to 3 million
The Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) is pursuing initiatives to increase the number of international tourist arrivals into the country from 1.9 to 3 million by the end of the year.
By 1 month ago
KTB seeks to increase tourist numbers to 3 million
Wanjigi, Kioni caught up in Ndabibi land chaos
Jimmy Wanjigi and Jubilee Party Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni were caught up in the melee that saw police arrest residents.
By 1 month ago
Wanjigi, Kioni caught up in Ndabibi land chaos
Concern over closure of schools owned by flower farms
Karuturi Secondary School was closed by a receiver manager after the parent company, Karuturi flower farm was placed under receivership.
By 1 month ago
Concern over closure of schools owned by flower farms
Kuppet defends TSC over plight of teachers in hostile regions
While vowing to protect the teachers, Kuppet Secretary General Akelo Misori termed the escalating insecurity serious as more teachers seek transfers.
By 1 month ago
Kuppet defends TSC over plight of teachers in hostile regions
The only landing beach at Lake Oloidien in Naivasha closed down
Lake Oloidien is located next to Lake Naivasha and has been a source of income for tens of residents of Kongoni and Maella areas.
By 1 month ago
The only landing beach at Lake Oloidien in Naivasha closed down
Kuppet, TSC agree on promotion of 30,000 teachers
TSC will also recruit 20,000 teachers to address the shortage in Junior Secondary Schools (JSS) in a joint exercise that will cost the exchequer more than Sh7.8 billion.
By 1 month ago
Kuppet, TSC agree on promotion of 30,000 teachers
Karua slams Ruto over inaction on doctors strike
Karua has lashed out at the Kenya Kwanza government for lavish spending as Kenyans continue to suffer in hospitals
By 1 month ago
Karua slams Ruto over inaction on doctors strike
Landowners, KWS differ over wildlife relocation
The landowners accuse the government agency of bypassing them in the process meant to decongest the area of high number of wild animals.
By 1 month ago
Landowners, KWS differ over wildlife relocation
Parliament to adopt AI to produce Hansard reports
National Assembly Deputy Clerk Serah Kioko said there is need to embrace AI in parliamentary reporting.
By 1 month ago
Parliament to adopt AI to produce Hansard reports
Koskei says state can't afford to pay intern doctors Sh206,000
Felix Koskei termed some of the demands by the KMPDU unattainable and unachievable due to the current economic times.
By 1 month ago
Koskei says state can't afford to pay intern doctors Sh206,000
KWS begins wildlife relocation from Naivasha to Laikipia
The move, according to KWS, is meant to decongest some of the conservancies for Laikipia where the number of wild animals is on the decline.
By 1 month ago
KWS begins wildlife relocation from Naivasha to Laikipia
No hawking of food, alcohol as 'Vasha' braces for rally fans
Government says the ban on all parties mainly along Moi South Lake Road is meant to avoid traffic jams. Those found flouting the traffic rules will see their cars detained until Tuesday.
By 1 month ago
No hawking of food, alcohol as 'Vasha' braces for rally fans
Waiganjo set free as magistrate drops police impersonation case
After more than 10 years in police cells, hospital beds, corridors of justice, and prison Joshua Karianjahi Waiganjo is now a free man.
By 1 month ago
Waiganjo set free as magistrate drops police impersonation case
Court denies farmers access to disputed Ndabibi land
Members of the Mwana Mwireri land company which lays claim to the property thanked the court saying that they legally bought the 343 acres from ADC in 1998.
By 2 months ago
Court denies farmers access to disputed Ndabibi land
Parents say delayed capitation funds to cripple school operations
The government has admitted challenges in releasing the full capitation due to the high number of students who joined Form One as part of the 100 transition plan.
By 2 months ago
Parents say delayed capitation funds to cripple school operations
MPs decry under-funding of critical ministries, state agencies
Parliamentary Committee on Administration and Internal Security has raised the red flag over underfunding of critical departments.
By 2 months ago
MPs decry under-funding of critical ministries, state agencies
Wetang'ula says revenue sharing formula stalemate to impact budget
National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula, has warned that failure to resolve the revenue sharing formula stalemate for the 2024/25 Financial Year could jeopardise the budget cycle.
By 2 months ago
Wetang'ula says revenue sharing formula stalemate to impact budget
Man kills wife, attempts suicide in Gilgil
The man allegedly wooed his estranged wife into a hotel to discuss their marital differences before whipping out a knife, slitting her throat and slashing her abdomen.
By 2 months ago
Man kills wife, attempts suicide in Gilgil
Head of Public Service decries graft, nepotism in counties
Felix Koskei has raised the red flag over runaway graft, nepotism and recruitment of unqualified staff by county governments.
By 2 months ago
Head of Public Service decries graft, nepotism in counties
Ombudsman wants counties to use Sh7.5 billion climate funds prudently
The Ombudsman has rolled out training for county government officers for effective implementation of the Sh7.4 billion Financing Locally Led Climate Action (FLLoCA) programme.
By 2 months ago
Ombudsman wants counties to use Sh7.5 billion climate funds prudently
Senate summons Kihika over War Memorial Hospital saga
The move comes as the wrangles between the county and the hospital management persist with the latter accused of ignoring six court orders.
By 3 months ago
Senate summons Kihika over War Memorial Hospital saga
Two Nakuru MPs warn senator over War Memorial Hospital saga
Samuel Arama and David Gikaria have cautioned area Senator Tabitha Karanja to tread carefully in her oversight role.
By 3 months ago
Two Nakuru MPs warn senator over War Memorial Hospital saga
Fishermen panic as hippos kill three in Lake Naivasha
Three middle-aged men were killed by hippos near Kihoto estate and Karagita landing beach in three separate incidents while on an illegal fishing mission.
By 3 months ago
Fishermen panic as hippos kill three in Lake Naivasha
Agency steps up bid to save rare monkeys, rhino from extinction
The numbers of Tana River Red colobus and the Tana River mangabey which are found in the Tana River Basin in the Coast has declined by over 50 per cent.
By 3 months ago
Agency steps up bid to save rare monkeys, rhino from extinction
Shock as another woman killed in Naivasha lodging
The naked body of the middle-aged woman was found at a lodging in town with the throat slit with a knife.
By 3 months ago
Shock as another woman killed in Naivasha lodging
British tourist dies in road accident
The 3am accident occurred after the vehicle the duo were travelling in rammed a lorry at Raini area, 20kms from Naivasha occurred.
By 3 months ago
British tourist dies in road accident
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EACC to probe country's Sh11 trillion debt
MP opposes calls to give EACC prosecutorial powers, noting the commission could not investigate and prosecute at the same time.
By 3 months ago
EACC to probe country's Sh11 trillion debt
State blamed for slow growth of flower sector
The country’s horticulture sector has stagnated over the past ten years due to the failure by the government to support farmers through tax incentives
By 3 months ago
State blamed for slow growth of flower sector
Naivasha hospital in a spot as baby dies under unclear circumstances
Services at the hospital were paralysed for more than three hours as irate relatives and the public clashed with the hospital management over the death of the baby girl.
By 3 months ago
Naivasha hospital in a spot as baby dies under unclear circumstances