Police ride in seized private cars barred
The government collects an estimated Sh3 million every week from traffic offenders in Nairobi alone....

Why Supreme Court was wrong on signal licence dispute
It is commonplace to deplore litigation; even the law itself does so....

Sacked judges criticise top court
Dr Khaminwa argued that the Supreme Court shifted from known legal practice and ended up giving a conflicting decision....

Tough rules to cap counties? debt
County governments will have their external borrowing restricted to 20 per cent of their last audited accounts if new rules before the National Assembly are passed....

Lonely camp life blamed on Thika Road?s ?Chinese babies?
The Chinese employees live in white polyurethane foam insulated prefab wall quarters....

Private school owners cry foul
The meeting comes as the Education ministry insists the selection was fair....

Joy for land owners who have received millions and agony for those waiting
As some beneficiaries enjoyed their newfound riches, others were still waiting for their compensation....

TSC disowns deal that ended teachers? strike
TSC now wants the salary dispute with unions left to the Salaries and Remuneration Commission instead of the courts....

Kenya: 2015 AFCON action a low-key affair
That the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) has not ‘disrupted' peoples' lives as it happens with the World Cup is a travesty of justice....

Kenya: One day Kenyans will stop asking, 'Do you know someone there?'
It is that time of the year when school principals go underground. When you call, their phones say, "Mteja wa nambari uliopiga hapatikani kwa sasa."...

Kenya: No such thing as voiceless, only deliberately silenced or preferably unheard
“Onyango yawa, Onyango yawa, Onyangooo!” Onyango turned around with a big smile, “You see, I told you. This bird knows me”...

Kenya: Alcohol and junk food sellers throw bash to celebrate breaking of New Year resolutions
Most of the resolutions made that were affecting the aforementioned sectors negatively include quitting smoking and cheating, reducing alcohol intake or quitting altogether, and eating healthy....

Kenya: To those who have, more will be added
I don't know which clever fool decided that Form One students should report to school in February, when parents are still reeling from Christmas bloat and the January famine....

Kenya: Pastors' wives, reclaim your positions, and save us from these randy priests!
The blame, it appears, needs to go to the people who should sap that energy in the first place: pastors' wives. The wives of Kenyan pastors are generally a lazy lot....

Kenya: 'Gay' journalist loses out on buxom female catch
There was drama last Saturday at Mai Mahiu trading centre after a journalist prevented his colleague from having a good time with a lady by claiming they were gay lovers....

Kenya: Ban male clerics to save religion from being a preserve of perverts and terrorists
Our pastors seem to take the “lay” in lay members quite literally, and have taken to satiating their sexual appetites rather liberally, generally by feeding on other people's wives all in the name o...