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Early reading, literary skills can immensely benefit learners

EDUCATION

Reading is such an understated tool in improving a child’s social and cognitive abilities. It is almost magical!

Early reading, literary skills can immensely benefit learners

By Antoney Luvinzu | 15 days ago

Budget reading: Four Nairobi roads closed

Budget reading: Four Nairobi roads closed

Parliament Road, Taifa Road, Harambee Avenue and City Hall Way will remain closed to the public between 1.00pm and 5.30pm.

Betty Njeru | 1 month ago

Funding opportunities for SMEs in Treasury Budget

In the second Budget reading since the onset of the pandemic, the Treasury has heavily invested in rescuing the small and medium enterprises.

Awal Mohammed | 1 month ago

Unless reading culture improves, change of set books is a mere ritual

Truth is, most Kenyans approach reading for personal growth with the same timidity that the Neanderthal man would a mobile phone.

Wesonga Robert | 1 month ago

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