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Will Oparanya block CORD rally in Kakamega?

Kakamega County government and Ford-Kenya officials clashed Friday over the venue for the launch of Senator Moses Wetang'ula’s presidential campaign, scheduled for tomorrow. Controversy started...

Shocking: Kenyans who are HIV positive yet don’t know about it

For every three Kenyans who test positive for HIV, one new case is diagnosed through their referral, a study has shown. In 2013, there were...

Teachers’ strike looms as unions battle TSC

The Trade Union Congress of Kenya (TUC-Ke) yesterday joined teachers unions in a move seen as gravitating towards a national strike over dues. TUC-Ke National...

Kenyan minister humiliated in Tanzania as passports are seized

Tanzania yesterday confiscated the passports of top Kenyan officials, including Energy Cabinet Secretary Charles Keter, and denied them access to the port of Tanga. However,...

‘Papa Lolo’ singer Mose Fanfan comes to Kenya for Easter

Veteran Congolese rumba star Mose Fan Fan will be in Kenya this Easter weekend to entertain his Kenyan fans in Nairobi and Kisumu. Mose Se Sengo, popularly...

Aga Khan commissions Nation’s high-tech printing press

The Aga Khan today officially opened the Nation Media Group's new printing press on Mombasa Road. The press, which has a capacity to print 86,000 newspapers...

45-year-old teacher charged with sexually assaulting small girls

A teacher in Meru was Tuesday charged with sexually assaulting 10 of his pupils barely a week after a report revealed that there is...

Kisumu youngman who asked Uhuru for a job employed by State

The young man who defied the President’s security detail and asked for a job from the Head of State last month, is now on...

Why richest Kenyans plan to move abroad

Kenya’s super-rich are stashing their money abroad and might relocate there in just under 10 years to safeguard the interests of their children, according...

TSC to give priority to teachers with high grades

Teachers who perform well academically will be given first priority during employment as opposed to the year of graduation, a Teachers Service Commission (TSC)...