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Mr President, Okang'a family and I have been discriminated

When you tell us to move on, I ask: To where?

Russia asks UN for the green light to send arms to Bangui

Kremlin asks UN Security Council for the greenlight.

Fresh hope for squash as ex-star donates playing kit

Players, coaches and fans expressed concern that the sport had lost its lustre.

Climate commitments at the 'One Planet Summit' in Paris

World Bank says it will stop financing oil and gas exploration and extraction.

Donald Trump slams 'fabricated stories' of his women accusers

16 women have accused US president of sexual misconduct.

Lotto to give away five cars to lucky winner

The winner of five new Volkswagwen Polo Trendline cars will be known Wednesday.

Stage set for Cecafa semis battle

Kenya face Burundi in the first semi-final match on Thursday at Moi Stadium.

Auditor-General pivotal pillar in the fight against corruption

There is the unaccounted for Sh8 billion swirling around the Ministry of Interior.

Rush to roll out new education system is fraught with perils

A curriculum must be reviewed to meet the changing needs of learners and society.

Uhuru says housing among four key issues to receive attention

In Jubilee’s plan to have 500,000 own houses, cost of mortgages will be reduced.

Student molestation tops list as 41 teachers are struck off the roll

Reasons for deregistration include desertion, sexual relations with students and insubordination.

Family seeks help with kin in South Sudan

The father of seven was supposed to return home last month but didn’t.

Kenya in shock as road crashes kill over 39 in 24 hours

Transport safety authority under fire over perceived negligence as President urges caution on the road.

Uhuru ready for dialogue, shares four-point agenda

After launching four-pillar growth strategy, President says he’s open to dialogue.

Let’s raise voices over maternal deaths

In 2015, 362 women died out of 100,000 livebirths.

Uhuru ready for dialogue, shares four-point agenda

After launching four-pillar growth strategy, President says he’s open to dialogue.

Attaining universal health coverage

At the moment, many countries still contend with high levels of child and maternal mortality.

Speed up varsities audit

Some have been operating on the basis of letters of interim authority for too long.


African leaders are no longer working in the interest of the people who have elected them to those positions.

Nyanza residents keep off Jamhuri Day celebrations

Governors and other elected leaders did not attend Jamhuri day fete in various counties.

Uproar over recipients of State award

Kenyans take issue with recognition of ‘Githeri Man’, Itumbi, Pauline Njoroge among others.

Children at risk as internet exposure rises

Unicef says digital technologies have changed childhood amid risk of harm.

In Kenya, the poor are unlikely to get justice in court

The rich can afford fancy lawyers with an army of assistants to make sure that a case goes on forever

The Great Run XII, Part II

The heat and dust, plus the fact that there were no roads to speak of on some routes, made for a trying trip

Step up efforts to curb road carnage

Our roads remain dangerous, with drivers notorious for all sorts of breaches.

Ex-heavyweight champ Fury cleared to fight again

He tested positive for the banned steroid nandrolone.

Hoffenheim hope to fend off Dortmund over Nagelsmann

Reports are rife that Dortmund want Nagelsmann for next season.

Mahanga village in grief as 19 die in road crash

Eight relatives, part of 23 returning from family visit, perished in multiple crash into stalled tractor.

7 make schools’ list for 2017 Soya Awards

The six boys and five girls battling for the top honours shone in the 2017 season of School games.

Kenya’s pay for electricity from Uganda triples to Sh3.9 billion

Kenya’s payment to Uganda for electricity imports more than tripled to Sh3.9 billion in the year to June, driven up by a fall from drought-hit hydroelectric generators and reduced geothermal output.