Education: TSC boss Lengoiboini seeks to reverse court order

Over 52,000 retired teachers who are claiming Sh42.3 billion in salary arrears and pension from the Government will have to wait longer for the High Court in Nakuru to decide on their claim.

The Hague Trial: AG Githu Muigai seeks to join Ruto's ICC case

The Government wants to be allowed to make submissions in the case against Deputy President William Ruto at the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Politics: Jubilee MPs' new plot to kill deal on county cash

The deal to increase cash to the counties bySh3.3billion to break the deadlock on the Division of Revenue Bill, is reportedly facing stiff opposition from members of the National Assembly allied to the ruling Jubilee coalition.

Politics: County bosses protest their exclusion from Geneva trip

The Government and governors are locked in yet another disagreement over travel to a conference in Geneva, Switzerland.

Politics: CORD hits back at Uhuru over his remarks

CORD leaders have told President Uhuru Kenyatta to stop blaming the Opposition for the failure by his government to tackle insecurity, corruption, rising cost of living and biased ethnic appointments.

Politics: Politicians turn pious preachers as ‘Baba Yao' joins choir to sing for God

Politicians set aside their name calling and confrontations and came together to pray for the nation Thursday.

Kenya: Suspended CS Michael Kamau to be charged with abuse of office

Suspended Cabinet Secretary Michael Kamau is set to be charged in court after the Director of Public Prosecutions directed his arrest.

The Counties: One person killed, police officer injured in clash with squatters in Moiben, Uasin Gishu

One person has been killed, a police officer injured and several houses burnt after a confrontation between police and squatters from the expansive Moiben farm in Uasin Gishu County.

The Counties: MP recounts traumatic journey to recovery after terror attack

In pin-drop silence at the huge dome at Nairobi's Safari Park Hotel, an MP, who survived a terror attack, recounted how he struggled with his recovery.

Sports: "Double deals" common in FIFA's "murky world", says Australian sports official

An Australian sports administrator involved in the failed bid for Australia to host football's 2022 World Cup said on Thursday the arrests of FIFA officials in Switzerland came as no surprise.

Readers Lounge: Facebook over-sharing means I know more about people I spoke to 20 years ago than my REAL friends

News just in: green is the new black… or, in other words, jealousy could be good for you.

Business: Study: Mobile phone, twitter data can be used to estimate crowd size

In an era of mobile internet, data is a key element in many fields. Now researchers said they can even use geographical data from mobile phones and Twitter to estimate the size of a large crowd.

: President Uhuru's cabinet an embarrassment to professionalism

From the very onset, the head of state put his government on the inviting path of failure. His appointments have been the major reason his government has resorted to focusing on public relations, albeit poor ones, than serving Kenyans.

The Counties: Land for Sh28b Ruto hospital in court dispute

The saga over the proposed Sh28 billion teaching and referral hospital in Eldoret has taken a new twist after it emerged that the land that had been earmarked for its construction was in dispute.

World press call for Blatter’s head over ‘stench of corruption’

‘Get out!”: world media Thursday demanded that Fifa’s veteran president Joseph Blatter step down.

Serena survives big scare to ease into third round

Serena Williams and Petra Kvitova survived big scares at the French Open Thursday, both needing to come back from a set down to reach the third round.

Error-free game key for Kenya

Accuracy will be the most important weapon in the Kenya 15s team’s war chest if they are to come out victorious in this rare home Test match against an opponent from outside the continent.

CS sounds alarm over cheating in varsity exams

Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi has raised concern over increasing cases of university students engaging in examination cheating.

Dr Akinwumi Adesina of Nigeria elected president of AfDB

Abidjan: Dr Akinwumi Adesina, a national of Nigeria, is the new president of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB).

Find a career that is driven by your passion

Do not be afraid to discover what you were meant to be.

The process of success is just as important

Building a strong foundation will keep you steady in times of strife

Employees who drink on the job

Tales of people failing to report to work because of having a little too much to drink  the night before are all to common. 

Senators want Obama to address Parliament

Senators want US President Barack Obama to address Parliament during his visit in July.

Senators want Obama to address Parliament

Senators want US President Barack Obama to address Parliament during his visit in July.

Senators fault MPs’ over bid to shoot down revenue Bill

Senators Thursday raised concerns about threats by a section of MPs to shoot down a revenue Bill, saying it was a ploy to paralyse counties and kill devolution.

Senators fault MPs’ over bid to shoot down revenue Bill

Senators Thursday raised concerns about threats by a section of MPs to shoot down a revenue Bill, saying it was a ploy to paralyse counties and kill devolution.

Stop the hypocrisy, MPs told

President Kenyatta Thursday questioned MPs’ commitment to fighting insecurity, saying some may not be sincere in their peace calls in public forums.

Dundori: The little-known outpost that feeds Nakuru

Dundori Township is a rural outpost located almost 25km to the east of Nakuru Town.
Treasury urged to salvage falling shilling
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NAIROBI, Kenya, May 28 – The National Treasury has been urged to take necessary measures to stall the further depreciation of the Kenyan […]

Haco Tiger Brands business very solid – bosses
Posted by MARGARET WAHITO on May 28, 2015 at 1:51 pm

NAIROBI, Kenya, May 28 – Haco Tiger Brands says the company remains solid despite recent challenges occasioned by unprofessional conduct […]

Top performing stocks for the last five months
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NAIROBI, Kenya, May 28 – Kakuzi Limited, Crown Paints and Jubilee Holdings are the top three gainers at the Nairobi Securities Exchange […]

Review: Sony Xperia E4
Posted by TECH SMART on May 28, 2015 at 11:33 am

When I was on hand at Sony’s local MWC 2015 recap event, the message was clear that the Japanese manufacturer is changing its mobile tact. […]

Nakumatt store 53 opens at Garden City Mall
Posted by CORRESPONDENT on May 28, 2015 at 9:22 am

NAIROBI, Kenya, MAY 28 – Regional retailer Nakumatt Holdings has opened the doors to its 53rd outlet in East Africa, at the new Garden […]

The SMS that auto reboots your iPhone thanks to a bug
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A bug in Apple’s mobile operating system is forcing iPhones all over the world to reboot after receiving a specific text from other users. […]

Safety First At Home #PropertyInsights
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With all the appliances, tools, cords and wires that we use on a daily basis, it is important to know how to use them properly and safely to […]

Cost of connection to power grid drops to Sh15,000
Posted by OLIVE BURROWS on May 27, 2015 at 3:38 pm

NAIROBI, Kenya, May 27 – President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday announced that the cost of connection to the electricity grid would come […]

Meru mulling mini hydro power plants
Posted by KENNEDY KANGETHE on May 27, 2015 at 3:25 pm

NAIROBI, Kenya May 27 – The Meru County Government is exploring mini-hydro power plants with an estimated capacity of over 100 […]

Brazil pushes for direct flights from Kenya
Posted by MARGARET WAHITO on May 27, 2015 at 3:14 pm

NAIROBI, Kenya, May 27- Brazil is calling on Kenya to finalise ratification of a Bilateral Air Services Agreement (BASA) signed close to four […]

10 Member delegation to attend Nigeria...
Posted by admin on May 28, 2015 at 4:15 pm

By Judith Akolo Deputy President William Ruto will lead a 10 – member delegation to Nigeria during the swearing-in ceremony of the […]

DPP rejects preferring charges against Kambi
Posted by admin on May 28, 2015 at 3:51 pm

By John Kioria Suspended Labour Cabinet Secretary Kazungu Kambi is now a free man. The Director of Public prosecutions Keriako Tobiko has rejected to […]

Pressure mounts on Chepkonga to withdraw bill on...
Posted by admin on May 28, 2015 at 3:29 pm

By KBC Reporters Pressure continues to pile on the defiant Justice and Legal Affairs Committee Chairperson Samuel Chepkonga to withdraw his bill that […]

Former KMC officials charged with fraud
Posted by admin on May 28, 2015 at 3:05 pm

By KBC Reporters Former Kenya Meat Commission managing Director Ibrahim Haji Issak and five other officials Thursday appeared before a Nairobi court […]

Turkana, Baringo leaders seek to end animosity
Posted by admin on May 28, 2015 at 11:38 am

By KNA Elected Leaders from Turkana, West Pokot, and Baringo counties led by their respective governors have embarked on a peace caravan in the […]

DPP wants probe into attacks against journalists...
Posted by admin on May 28, 2015 at 9:09 am

By Kennedy Epalat The Director of Public Prosecutions -DPP Keriako Tobiko has directed the Inspector General of  Police Joseph Boinnet and the […]

National prayer meeting held with calls for unity
Posted by admin on May 28, 2015 at 9:01 am

By PSCU President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged Kenyans to have a self-reflection and do what is right to make the country great. He said if every citizen […]

Uhuru’s popularity among Kenyans declines: poll
Posted by admin on May 27, 2015 at 4:10 pm

By Jacob Kioria President Uhuru Kenyatta’s trust among Kenyans has declined in the latest opinion poll by IPSOS, compared to December last […]

Cost of installing electricity drops to Ksh15,000
Posted by admin on May 27, 2015 at 2:09 pm

By PSCU The cost for installation of electricity has been dropped from Ksh35,000 down to Ksh15,000 to speed up the Government’s agenda to have […]

TSC to replace offending school heads, Kaimenyi
Posted by admin on May 27, 2015 at 1:43 pm

By Beth Nyaga The Cabinet Secretary for Education, Prof. Jacob Kaimenyi has not clarified that the Basic Education Regulations 2015 has not given him […]

Do not preach water and drink wine, says Uhuru

By Anthony Mwangi @PeopleDailyKe President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged Kenyan leaders to keep to their dignity by walking their talk. Speaking when he led Kenyans in marking the National Prayer Breakfast at Nairobi’s Safari Park, the President said it is sad some leaders’ actions are in total contrast to the statements they make in public. ...

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Vipingo land sale deal in jeopardy

By Murimi Mutiga @murimimutiga A land sale deal between REA Vipingo Plantations and Centum Investment could be scuttled by the coming into the picture of squatters who now claim ownership of the 9,646 acres of land in Vipingo, Kilifi county. In April, shareholders of REA Vipingo Plantations approved sale of the firm’s land to Centum, ...

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I am charismatic person, no lie!

Rachel Muthoni well known as Mwalimu Rachel is no newbie when it comes to TV. The Couples Show, which airs on K24 has been a must-watch to many as it took a new direction with her as the host. She is considered to be one of the bubbliest radio presenters. Faith Chebet sits with her. ...

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Why nil-by-mouth speaks volumes

By Faith Kyoumukama @martkinel Communication is vital in any relationship, whether you have been married for a long time, are starting a life together or are dating. The transition to marriage is not the easiest of steps in life, especially when it comes to handling disagreements that pop up time and again. Jackie Moraa has ...

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Society must now openly discuss sexuality issues

By EDITORIAL TEAM Cases of students being suspended from schools over pregnancy, homosexuality, lesbianism and general indiscipline have increased at an alarming rate. In the latest case at St George’s Girls Secondary School in Nairobi, parents have moved to court after 10 Form Four students were expelled for allegedly engaging in lesbianism. A few days ...

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Let’s get waisted!

History repeats itself and the recent surge in waist training proves the old adage to be true, writes Carol Kiuna From curvaceous celebs such as Beyoncé and Kim Kardashian to buxom urban models we see on social media sites and reality TV like Blac Chynna, an hourglass figure, equipped with ample boobs, a flat stomach ...

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Survey bemoans low children budget allocation

By George Kebaso @Morarak Children’s issues continue to receive little attention in the budgeting processes of both national and county governments, despite this group commanding an average 50 per cent of Kenya’s population, a new survey says. A key element of the study whose findings were released yesterday in Nairobi, is that there is over-dependence ...

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Kasavuli’s exit sweet music to Ingwe’s ears

By Charles Thuku @peoplesport  If you cannot stand the heat, then get out of the kitchen, so goes the old adage. This seems to be true for Allan Kasavuli who stepped down as AFC Leopards chairman yesterday after pressure from disgruntled members and fans over the management of the club that finds itself in dire ...

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Tilisi, new Sh50b kid on the Kiambu block

By Kimathi Mutegi @kimathimutegi Kenya’s real estate sector got another mark of confidence as a consortium of local developers launched a Sh50 billion multi-use project in Limuru last week. Tilisi, whose name is derived from the prefixes of three surrounding locales, Tigoni, Limuru and Sigoni, is set on 400 acres to the northwest of Nairobi ...

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It’s time women overcame menses stigma, demystify myths

With Mercy Njoroge Yesterday, the world marked the Menstrual Hygiene Day. It may sound odd to many because even women who go through it every month have been socialised to be very ashamed of this natural cycle. On average, most women menstruate for five days every month and a proportionate number have a 28-day menstrual ...

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