• Munya says national govt sabotaging healthcare

    NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 30 – The Council of Governors Chairman Peter Munya has now turned the heat on the National Government, accusing it of sabotaging healthcare in the counties. Munya pointed an accusing finger at the National Treasury for delaying funds to counties hence the strikes further […]

  • Kenyatta congratulates Kenyan athletes

    MOMBASA, Kenya, Aug 30 – President Uhuru Kenyatta has congratulated Kenyan athletes for their sterling performance at 2015 World Athletics Championships in Beijing, China. The President said the athletes have proved to the world that they have the talent, discipline, determination, teamwork […]

  • Austria death truck suspects tell court they are innocent

    KECSKEMÉT, Hungary, Aug 30 – Four suspected human traffickers said they were innocent as they appeared in a Hungarian court over the decomposing bodies of 71 migrants found in a truck in Austria, marking a sickening new low in Europe’s migrant crisis. They were remanded into […]

  • Taking on immigrants in US could be time-bomb for Trump

    WASHINGTON, Aug 30 – Billionaire Donald Trump has soared in opinion polls for the Republican presidential primary, but inflammatory anti-immigrant rhetoric could cost him the crucial Latino vote in the 2016 White House race. “What Trump is doing is political suicide,” says […]

  • Money or we strike, insists KNUT

    NAIROBI, Kenya, The Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) on Sunday announced that it will hold a steering committee meeting on Monday to decide if it will abandon a nationwide strike planned for September during the re-opening of public schools. KNUT National Chairman Mudzo Nzili told Capital FM […]

  • Government extends terror amnesty to youths

    NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 28 – The Government has once again extended the amnesty to youths who have joined the Al-Shabaab militia in Somalia. Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery says the extension will allow more youths to be rehabilitated. The CS has however cautioned police officers from […]

  • Mombasa has new police commander

    NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 30 – Mombasa County has received a new police commander in new changes announced by the National Police Service. Tito Kilonzi will be the new commander for the County that continues to face various security challenges more so radicalisation of young people who have […]

  • Kenya hailed for recognising its women leaders

    TOKYO, Japan, Aug 30 – Kenya has received special attention at the just concluded World Assembly for women (WAW) conference in Japan for doing particularly well in regard to the girl child education and recognition of its women politicians. Delegates who converged at a special panel on girls […]

  • First Lady wraps Japan tour by visiting Buddhist temple

    TOKYO, Japan, Aug 30 – First Lady Margaret Kenyatta wrapped her four-day tour of duty in Japan Sunday by visiting the Shinnyo-en Buddhist organization at the Ogen Centre in Tachikawa. She visited the Shinnyo-en Philanthropic and charitable organization to thank the religious order over a Sh […]

  • First Lady launches Beyond Zero marathon in Japan

    TOKYO, Japan, Aug 30 – The Beyond Zero campaign entered a new dawn Friday when First Lady Margaret Kenyatta extended her training to Tokyo, Japan where she also launched the 3rd edition of the First Lady’s Half Marathon 2016. The launch also marked the third time that the First lady was […]