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Kingi wants Mazrui land revoked, alleges it was acquired illegally

More than 10,000 locals are currently living as squatters on the land in Takaungu.

We must embrace technical studies to achieve Vision 2030, says Ruto

He said Helb had been expanded to fund technical institutions.

Elders suggest reintroduction of caning in schools

So far, about 127 schools across the country have had unrests.

Court free alleged serial killer

Witnesses who testified in court portrayed Fongo as a hardcore serial killer.

First Lady receives Sh20m boost for beyond zero campaign

I&M Director Eric Kimani said the Mrs Kenyatta has been an inspiration to many Kenyans.

Court temporarily blocks suspension of county officer

He argues the action has detrimental effect on his reputation and job security.

We must embrace technical studies to achieve Vision 2030, says Ruto

He said Helb had been expanded to fund technical institutions.

County to put up blood bank to reduce deaths

He added the facility will have equipment to test, screen and store blood.

County to put up blood bank to reduce deaths

He added the facility will have equipment to test, screen and store blood.

Sumgong banks on team spirit to deliver marathon gold

Kenya has never won a gold medal in the women’s Olympics marathon.

Samuel Gathimba out to walk his way to glory

African race walk king Samuel Gathimba hopes to strike gold when he makes his first appearance at the Olympics this year in Rio de Janeiro.

Harambee Starlets Europe-bound

Kenya will use the tournament as part of their preparation for the Africa Women Cup of Nations.

Kenyan Premier League body to adopt betting and doping policy

The committee acknowledged that khat (miraa) and bhang (Cannabis Sativa) were part of banned substances.

In-form Rakep leads Kanbis against Swamibapa

Rakep Patel is in terrific form and has been consistently knocking centuries this season.

Cranes face Kenya Simbas wrath in Elgon Cup

The match that doubles up as the second leg of the annual Elgon Cup begins at 3.30pm.

Nigeria legend Stephen Keshi buried devoid of promised fanfare

Keshi, 54, died on June 8 in Benin City.

Safaricom Youth Orchestra nurturing classical musicians

This was the first time the orchestra was performing in front of an audience, following the recruitment of new members.

City duo veer off the beaten path

Amos and Josh’s 'Baadaye' is an unusual release on death from an urban duo.

Hafsa Mossi: Crime most foul as a candle is put out

Former Burundi minister killed by gunmen in Bujumbura on July 13 was also a former BBC journalist.

Okonkwo’s echoes in Koffi Olomide’s moment of madness

In a span of five days, the self-styled “Great King” of soukous had dramatically kicked his way to a jail stint in his own country.

It is time leaders and officials took Kiswahili language seriously in and out of school

When they speak in Kiswahili at all, many educated people in senior positions will often talk trivia, jokes and banter

Prof Ogot book out to restore Africa’s place in world history

Did you know that the world’s first university was in Africa, at Heliopolis in Cairo, named On in the Bible?

Slaughter in Seoul: The truths and lies you should know as you watch Rio 2016

The drug-fuelled win by Ben Johnson in 1988 showed us the extent to which we can go for a medal.

Dangers of ethnic hatred unmasked in new book

Wanjala Nasong’o’s book warns that leaders who use language to seek political mileage make it hard to build a unified nation.

Long journey to Lusaka almost ends in a fire disaster

Having been on the road since 6am. This is how we almost all sleep our way through a burning bathroom.

Red Cross says it settled water bills 10 years ago

ICRC said it paid all its water bills and has receipts to prove it

Kenya overtakes SA as biggest investor in African countries

Kenya overtook South Africa to become the biggest investor in other African countries in terms of the number of projects in 2015.

Kudos to Kenya Rugby Union for success

Positive moves by Richard Omwela's leadership deserve a thumbs-up.

Take action on loss of State funds

Auditor-General reports that in 2014/15 financial year, government spent some Sh14.4 billion on projects that did not have any value.

Uchumi opens out-of-court talks with creditors

Three organisations confirm they have been in discussions with supermarket chain.