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A law should be quickly enacted to outlaw the calling of national strikes in the public sector.

Nakuru Woman rep Mbugua confident of trouncing challengers

Ms Mbugua was elected, in 2003, on The National Alliance Party (TNA) ticket.

Vision key factor as only woman takes on six men for Kilifi North seat

Land disputes, occasioned by the on-and-off invasion of privately owned land, are common.

Machage gambles with MP’s seat after leaving ODM

Some clan members feel Dr Machage is old and should pave way for young leadership.

Stimulating creativity at grassroots

We encourage more MPs to sign up and allow their constituents to also access free Wi-Fi.

Putting faces to projects more believable

The use of real-life examples in narration is an effective way of communication.

Why M-Akiba is set to be a game-changer

The new circumstances will open a new fight between banks and the government for retail deposits.

Women need mentorship, not affirmative action on op-eds

Mentorship, on the other hand, would produce women writers without compromising standards.

Sonko outburst and reality of tribal factor in political race

Ethnically, identity is not a genetic construct.

French national abducted in Chad

France has troops stationed in Chad under Operation Barkhane.

Education CS hits out at fake degree perpetrators

He urged the principals to be at the forefront in instilling virtues.

Let the police not harass journalists while at work

Their attempts at curtailing journalists’ access to information should be stopped.

Doctors have a weak case in demanding strike period pay

The law also says that workers who participate in illegal strikes are not entitled to payment.

We must avoid 2007/8 post-poll violence talk

This being an election year, we should avoid politics of hate and blame game.

Leaders ought to tackle overcrowding in prisons

The State has to come up with new ways to punish the guilty.

Governors in arid lands should sink boreholes

Let us deal with the effects of famine and rain.

Popular singer Jaguar may face up to 10 years in prison

Charles Njagua Kanyi's car hit and killed two people along Sagana-Makutano road.

Body of pastor Muiru's mother found in her compound

According to police, Grace Wangari was killed by one of her daughters-in-law and a worker.

Clerics, politicians tell Uhuru not to reopen old wounds

President linked Raila Odinga to 2007 post-election violence.

Police looking for motorist who sped off after alleged stabbing

Man reportedly killed Francis Mangau after altercation in Kasarani.

Ruling on Uhuru may give politicians a lifeline

Those accused of corruption and hate speech may take part in this year's election.

M-Pesa cash ceiling to go up in bid to boost M-Akiba bond

Plans are in the offing to raise the daily mobile money transaction ceiling from the current Sh140,000 to accommodate higher purchases of the M-Akiba bond.

Fights dominate selection of Jubilee election boards

Supporters of Mike Sonko and Maina Kamanda clash at Bomas of Kenya.

Rate cap will not hurt business much, says Thugge

Treasury Principal Secretary Kamau Thugge has downplayed the effect of rate caps in stifling private sector lending.

CS Wamalwa washes hands of controversial dam Thwake dam

The minister has argued it would be unfair to pay Sh3 billion over the lowest evaluated bidder.

High Court extends order on defection for politicians

Politicians have up to 45 days before General Election to defect.

Ole Kaparo and Agnes Zani clash at legislative meeting

Confrontation is over IEBC's preparedness to hold General Election.

South Africa’s Jaco Ahlers top after opening round’s action

Ahlers remained at the top of the leader board at the close of round one in this year’s Open.

Council and union condemn harassment of journalists

Police reportedly assaulted Bondo-based Isaiah Gwengi.

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