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Voter turnout key to winning August elections

Contestants will be urging their supporters to turn out in large numbers and vote.

Betty Tett to face four others in fight for Lamu West MP’s seat

Mrs Tett will now battle it out with four men for the Lamu West seat.

CMA probing Kisire’s fitness to serve on Bamburi board

The new rules require listed companies to adopt high levels of governance and disclose on the integrity of board members

Costa will only leave Chelsea for Atletico

Costa nearly rejoined Atletico last year, but the Spanish side failed to meet Chelsea's valuation.

Chadema backs Uhuru Kenyatta re-election bid

Chadema says Uhuru has nurtured democracy and accuses Raila of betraying it by backing Magufuli in 2015 polls.

Voter turnout expected to be key determinant in August poll outcome

Voter turnout, more than crowds in rallies, determines results. #ElectionsKE

Women journalists go for elective seats

Presenters trounce opponents in party primaries

Truly I say, SportPesa Super Cup ours to lose

My appeal to coach Ze Maria is to prepare the boys mentally and physically.

Trump dismisses 'fabricated' report of son-in-law's outreach to Russia

Trump says allegation are fake news.

North Korea fires missile in latest provocation

Weapon fired into Japan's maritime economic zone.

Perhaps what Leopards need is new blood

Only the best should wear that jersey and step onto the pitch to give 150 per cent.

Nasa out to correct 2013 'big' mistake

Raila team keen to ensure crowds at its public rallies turn out to vote on August 8.

Offer for sale Stars replica jerseys now

The colours are truly ours and we now know our away, home and neutral jerseys.

Sh1m fine for traders selling unga above Sh90

Kenya plans to subsidise importation of up to about five million bags of maize.

Sharpening foreign policy for prosperity

Kenya has a place at the top of the table of international relations.

Agencies must be firm but careful vetting candidates

Many of those said to be unfit to vie may be guilty but only the courts are allowed to confirm their culpability, through a judicial process.

Discord at the IEBC bad for coming poll

The Elections Act is explicit on the roles of the commission and the secretariat.

Key issues at play as the great national maize debate rages on

The shortfall has been exacerbated by crop diseases and armyworms.

THE CUTTING EDGE

Kenya is fast becoming an English-first-language nation.

Guard reservoir of talent

The AK and the government must step in to help the camps and schools.

President Uhuru Kenyatta ready to submit papers to IEBC

Organisers of the presidential campaign said the convoy will leave the Pipeline bus stop at 10am.

Maina Njenga gets greenlight to run for Senate seat

Mr Njenga was the first to be issued with a certificate in Laikipia.

Senatorial contestants in Kisii to submit papers

Governorship candidates will present their papers on Sunday.

Comedy of blunders as Nairobi senate hopefuls present papers

The first to show up was Agano Party’s Dennis Nthumbi.

Journalist Alfred Taban rejects President Kiir’s job offer

The South Sudanese government has been put on the spot over increased executions of journalists.

Let us have a party! How the middle class coped in Moi era

The middle class in Nairobi did have a lot of parties back then.

Arresting street children not the way to help them

The Children’s Department has failed to rehabilitate the homeless.

Security agencies must up game to protect Kenyans

Interior Cabinet Secretary's directive to arrest politicians who engage in hate speech or incitement during campaigns should be ignored.

No excuse for delaying free education funds

The schools need money for development and running expenses.

Pressure on President Jacob Zuma as ANC’s bosses meet

The meeting in Pretoria comes as he faces growing criticism within the ruling party.