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Kenya: Series of murders spark fear over return of dreaded sungu sungu

A series of murders in Nyamira County over the last one week are raising suspicion that the dreaded sungu sungu vigilante group may be back.

Politics: Why Africa's strong men won't just give up power

If President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe were in the African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Tuesday, he would probably have had one of the most unnerving moments in his political career.

Kenya: Why leaders were locked out of Obama meetings

It was a humbling experience for some top political leaders and senior government officials, when the Kenya-American President, as Barack Obama proudly proclaimed himself, toured his father's homeland.

Politics: Governors now lock horns with EACC over funds uptake study

There is a standoff between the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) and the Council of Governors (CoG) over the former's plan to evaluate use and misuse of public funds in several counties.

Politics: Invest in educating youths, Raila tells leaders

Leaders from the Coalition of Reform and Democracy (CORD) have asked leaders to prioritise providing education to the youth.

Politics: MPs vow to take action against Kenya Airways officials

A section of MPs has vowed to take action against Kenya Airways officials following the auditor general's report that the company has lost billions of shillings.

Politics: We don't want to be in opposition again, Western Kenya leaders declare

Leaders from Western Kenya have said they will be careful on how they will vote in the next general election so as not to make another mistake of being in the Opposition.

Kenya: Clashes and killings over land ownership must stop, says Ruto

Deputy President William Ruto says the Government has moved swiftly to contain conflicts over land ownership in some parts the country.

The Counties: Four suspects killed in Nairobi daylight robbery

Four suspected gangsters were Saturday shot dead by police after being caught stealing from a house in Loresho, Nairobi.

The Counties: 'Kamweretho': Kenyan chamas where women 'marry themselves'

While modern chamas have a load of weird rules, others are traditional and for a reason

The Counties: What President Obama told Sauti Sol

We all saw how President Obama celebrated his historic trip to Kenya with some dancing at during the State House dinner.

The Counties: Minus a house girl Catherine Kasavuli took her baby Martin, to the studio

Catherine became a mother in 1981 and regrets missing some moments of her son Martin Kasavuli's childhood due to her demanding career.

Opinion: Yes, snooping on your man's phone is wrong

Just the other month, a close friend decided to install an application in her husband's phone that would give her access to every detail in that phone.

Business: When a man replaces you, leave him drama free

You are a woman, happily or at least okay-ly living life with your man when, boom!, another woman strikes like the beer buzz of a second generation brew. And like a buzzard, she snatches ‘your man' from you (men, like women, may be your property. But, buyer beware! They are moveable chattels). What to do?

Why Waiguru should drop task force report on PBO Act

It took me 20 minutes to read the report of the much-publicised PBO Act.

Kenya Defence Forces draft Bill is a bad one

One key concern in the proposed law is the deployment of the military to handle internal security matters.

Sprucing up city in order to impress Obama was an exercise in futility

Before he came, Obama already knew much about Nairobi’s normal occurrences.

Breakthrough in Ebola fight as vaccine proves 100pc effective

An Ebola test vaccine provided blanket protection in a field trial in Guinea, researchers say.

In the city’s Othaya and Bondo slums, tribe rules

Along the banks of Nairobi River at the sprawling Huruma slum, two villages with distinct names lie side by side.

Kiir, Machar unite in rejecting US call for speedy peace deal, sanctions

Despite seven ceasefire agreements being reached before, the parties have often violated them within days.

Our politics is that of greed and entitlement

Obama did accomplish quite a good bit in just two days.

How polls body set itself up for failure in 2013: IT study

Most of the kits failed to remit results to the national tallying centre as had been envisioned.

Kenya hits the headlines, thanks to Obama

It’s a long time since Kenya has received such huge — and largely positive — exposure.

Critics call out Obama leniency towards government

While his address at Kasarani contained tough lines, these were not particularly aimed at the Jubilee government.

Uhuru Kenyatta, you put on a class show; now get rid of the rotten apples

Eloquent, supremely poised, sophisticated, often witty – Uhuru did not disappoint.

Khalwale: Kidero pocketed Sh500m

Senator Khalwale claims that on April 23, 2012, Dr Kidero received Sh650 million in cash

Only a fool will ignore Donald Trump in US race

He has money by the shipload and tells you loudly that “I am really rich!”

Somalia region leader ‘with 9 lives like a cat’

Dr Galaydh, a Somali regional administrator, survived the attack by Al-Shabaab and lived to tell his story.

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