26 years after Beijing, the issues are still raw, rugged
Brave women stepped up to various podiums to articulate what needed immediate action. They told stories about 'equality at the workplace'.
By Christine Koech | 3 months ago
UN net meeting 'hit by hackers' causing website disruption
A UN conference to discuss the future of internet governance has been disrupted by a suspected hacking attack
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Fear of women’s abilities still reign high
In Kenya Affirmative Action is viewed as a way of giving women easy options, especially in political leadership. Attempts to make sure affirmative action becomes law — in a country that prided itself as having hosted the third UN Conference of women in Africa — has been marred with sideshows and arguments that have seen the Bill either thrown out of Parliament or excuses given as to why Parliament cannot pass it.
We’re broke, Moi University now admits
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By James Omoro
- Waiguru dumps Uhuru party for DP Ruto’s UDA
- Contractor set to open closed sections under construction on Mombasa Road
- Mbowe in Tanzania's court
- Nakuru doctor suspected of killing his two children dies in hospital