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Uhuru orders NTSA off the road

Hundreds of Kenyans have died in the recent past due to road carnage, the worst incident being the one at Migaa where at least 36 people died when a Nairobi-bound bus hit a truck on December 31

Kalonzo back in the country, keeps low profile

Top official confirms NASA co-principal is back after spending 10 weeks in Germany where he was attending to his sick wife bit his return was intentionally kept low key.

Moses Kuria to pay Martha Karua Sh6 million for defamation

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has been slapped with a Ksh6.5 million bill for damaging the reputation of former minister Martha Karua, after claiming...

KCSE highlights: Girls take top slots

Girls’ schools dominated the top positions in this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Examinations (KCSE) released today. Singore Girls High in Elgeyo Marakwet is...

KQ ordered to reinstate sacked engineers

The engineers and technicians are challenging the airline's decision to sack them on claims they had engaged in unprotected strike

Shareholders throw Marende out of Kenya Power

The results mark a new low for the once respected National Assembly speaker since he lost the post to current speaker Justin Muturi at the start of the 11th Parliamen

Supreme Court explains why it threw out petitions

The court ruled that NASA candidate Raila Odinga did not formally withdraw from the election but only declared his intention to withdraw

Uhuru swearing-in fete to cost Sh300 million

The seven other presidential candidates and their running mates have been invited to the Tuesday event when the President and his deputy William Ruto will take oaths of office for the second time

Court directs Mutua to pay NMG Sh12m

The Court of Appeal overturned a Ksh 4.5 million defamation award by High Court Judge George Dulu to Dr Mutua in 2011 over a story in a Nation Media Group publication, Daily Metro

IMF warns Kenya over piling debt

Kenya's public debt has been on an upward trend in recent years, rising to Ksh 4.4 trillion by the end of September from less than a trillion shilling in mid-2014