In Kenya, only dreamers do business ethically
Regulator and regulated could be one and the same person, and we see this as something good....

Teachers posted to northern Kenya vow not to go back
Teachers posted to north-eastern Kenya are now calling on their colleagues in other parts to support their push for transfers....

Car bomb, rockets kill 26 in Egypt's North Sinai province
Militants fired a barrage of rockets and set off a car bomb Thursday killing at least 26 people, mostly soldiers, in Egypt's North Sinai province....

County to spend Sh600,000 per vehicle each month according to plan
A storm is brewing in Mandera County over claims that Health executive Hassan Eymoy has misappropriated millions of shillings meant to buy ambulances....

Priests raise red flag on food shortage in Mwea
Twenty-nine Anglican priests Thursday sounded an alarm over the ravaging drought in Mwea East, Kirinyaga....

Workers oppose new salary rule
The county government has directed all its workers to personally collect their salary cheques from the head office, in a move aimed at identifying ghost workers....

Bandits kill reservist and injure driver in ambush
A police reservist was shot dead and a driver seriously injured on Wednesday when their car was attacked by bandits....

Fight for Mt Kenya set to intensify
The battle for political control of Mt Kenya East is set to intensify after Saturday?s installation of Senate Majority Leader Kithure Kindiki as a Njuri Ncheke elder....

Kenya: 27 counties face cash crisis after exhausting their budgets
Revenue Allocation (CRA), said the 27 counties in the red failed to comply with the commission's guidelines on spending with most accused of unilaterally seeking to inflate their budgets....

Kenya: Keter joins growing list of those caught on wrong side of technology
Nandi Hills MP Alfred Keter must have wished the ground would just open up and swallow him when the video of himself threatening government officials at a weighbridge in Gilgil went viral....

Kenya: Kenya team lobbies at AU Summit to have Ruto's trial moved from ICC
The Kenyan delegation to the African Union (AU) Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia has mounted a spirited campaign to move Deputy President William Ruto's case from the International Criminal Court (ICC)...

Kenya: State, FKE join hands to boost economy
The Government has promised to work closely with the Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) to improve the economy....

Kenya: Nandi Governor calls for continued media support in a bid to ensure devolution succeeds
Nandi Governor Cleophas Lagat has called on the media to continue supporting devolution to help improve the lives of Kenyans....

Kenya: Sh400b Galana irrigation project runs into insufficient water hurdle
There is no water to irrigate the one-million-acre Galana irrigation project in Tana River into which the Government has pumped billions of shillings....

Kenya: Good news for farmers as State imports cheap fertiliser
The Government has flagged off 25,000 metric tonnes of subsidised fertiliser to be sold to farmers at low prices for the coming planting season....

Kenya: President Uhuru heads for AU summit in Addis Ababa
President Uhuru Kenyatta Thursday morning left the country for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where he will attend a two day African Union (AU) Heads of State and Government summit....