No feed items found.
No feed items found.

Business: Four in 10 elderly Kenyans too poor to stop working, new survey shows

Over 40 per cent of Kenyans cannot afford to retire and have to continue working, a new survey shows. A report released by pension company Alexander Forbes suggests that another 40 per cent will have to rely on family for support.

Kenya: Why teachers' pay hike is not yet a done deal

The Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) win for a significant pay rise could take a surprise turn if a fresh appeal by the government is granted.

Kenya: Uhuru converts NYS centre into drug rehabilitation centre

President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday directed that the Miritini National Youth Service (NYS) in Mombasa be converted into a drug addicts' rehabilitation centre.

Kenya: Tension in Kibera over Sh7b Kenya Railways compensation

Tension has intensified in Kibera, Nairobi over unfair allocation of houses meant for compensation by the Kenya Railways Corporation.

Kenya: I was coerced to contest Will, says Karume's widow

The widow of former Defence minister Njenga Karume has come out to defend his Will, saying he was in the right state of mind when he wrote it contrary to allegations by the family.

Kenya: Court freezes bank accounts of Ng'ang'a's Neno church

The High Court has frozen bank accounts held by Neno Evangelism Centre, headed by Pastor James Maina Ng'ang'a.

Politics: No sacking of civil servants, says CS Waiguru

The Government has denied allegations that civil servants who did not meet the criteria put during the biometric survey will be sacked.

Kenya: Unknown gunmen kill Kilifi witchdoctor

Police in Rabai, Kilifi County are investigating the mystery killing of a 75 year old man known to be a witchdoctor.

Politics: Why couples add weight after getting married

Scientists have found the average husband and wife pile on around four and a half pounds each after getting hitched.

Kenya: First Lady Kenyatta in Japan for World Assembly for Women

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta Friday joined top women leaders from the world during the opening of the World Assembly for Women (WAW,2015) conference, Tokyo, Japan.

Health: Gender, health dominate talks between Margaret Kenyatta Akie Abe.

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta and Mrs Akie Abe held lengthy discussions Friday where they shared experiences and challenges facing their two countries.

Politics: Senator Nyong'o petitions Nkaissery over insecurity in Kisumu

Kisumu Senator Professor Anyang' Nyong'o has petitioned Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery to tour Kisumu and solve the current security mayhem witnessed in the area.

Politics: My man thinks I am fat and says it openly should i loose weight to make him happy?

I have been with my husband for 5 years. After having two children and dealing with weight issues this past year, my body has definitely changed.

News: I was a ‘gumbaru' student at Kenyatta University, it was tough

Learning at a fairly late age is no joke. I joined Kenyatta University in 1998 for a Bachelor's degree in arts (psychology and religion). I was then the games master and a football coach at Migori Boys.

Blinded flock need to be saved from rogue pastors

I think that we have a lot of rogue pastors masquerading as men and women of God.

William Ruto calls for patience over teachers’ pay

Deputy President tells teachers to be patient as government seeks cash to pay them.

Kanu dirty politics led to fall from grace of John Cheruiyot

He was among the ‘Barng’etunyi babies’.

How Kenya is changing under new Constitution

The era of when the President could hire and fire public officials on the roadside is gone forever.

Government business now managed in an organised, predictable manner

Senate and National Assembly have recognised leaders.

Our nuclear weapons secured the agreement, says North Korea’s Kim

The drill was held near the border town of Pocheon, about 20 kilometres south of the demilitarised zone.

S. Sudan deal could change war economy

The scarcity of hard currency, particularly the US dollar, is a big problem, along with the sharp fall in the value of the South Sudanese pound.

Why Rwandans want strongman Kagame to go for another term

Rwanda has no minerals and is dependent on its human resource base but growth has been steady.

John Mbadi: We needed Raila Odinga in House

Previously, presidential election losers had the chance to be in Parliament as MPs.

Officers at centre of killing of protestor in Narok ordered to surrender

The man was killed during the demonstrations which paralysed business in Narok town.

NYS takes clean-up campaign to Coast

Uhuru says programme to create jobs.

Governors warn of anti-county laws

AG office auditing the implementation of the constitution to identify gaps and triumphs.

Police repulse militants at border point

Five armed men tried to sneak into Kenya through Mandera County.

Dear Western Kenya, it is time to quit sugar for other ventures

Why is Kenya’s smallholder tea successful and cane sugar a dismal failure?

Sorry, this feed is currently unavailable or does not exists anymore.