This section fact-checks various news and information in media. This is where we give facts and debunk fake news and falsehoods.

FAKE: TSC Not Hiring 12,000 Teachers

Applicants were promised a Ksh15,000 monthly remuneration stipend for primary teachers and Ksh20,000 for secondary.

FALSE: Cuban Doctors Abducted Last Year Have Not Been Released

Kenyan government and the Cuban governments denied the reports first shared on Twitter by Cuban Foreign Affairs Minister Bruno Rodríguez.

FALSE: Not All Face Masks in the Market Meet Set Standards

The regulator in July raised the red flag on three face mask manufacturers and ordered them to recall their products.

FAKE: Esther Arunga Did Not Ask Kenyans For Forgiveness

The tweet received thousands of reactions from social media users, and was shared widely with screenshots being posted on several platforms.

FALSE: Safaricom is Not Running Reward Program for Loyal Customers

The website hoodwinks recipients by asking them to check if their zone has been selected for the Safaricom's Loyal Customer Prize.

‘Even Hardcore Gangsters are Heartbroken’: Relationships, Tough Life Inside Kenyan Prisons

It is indeed a difficult life. Anyone who has gone through the prison system in Kenya will tell you that for free. It all starts with a crime.

Do KCPE Results Foresee Doom for Boychild?

Today, the World celebrates International Men's Day. In Kenya, recently released KCPE results foresees doom for the boychild as their female counterparts dominated the...

More Than 100 Years Needed to Close Gender Gap in Corporate...

Businesses have been urged to have a well looked after their workforces so as to avoid having to choose between human rights and development.   Speaking...

Improved Visa Processing Boosts Africa Tourism

Africa is the second-fastest-growing continent in travel and tourism after the Asia Pacific. This is according to the 2019 Jumia Hospitality Report. The growth rate...

Students Safe in Schools, says Magoha

The Cabinet Secretary of Education Professor George Magoha has maintained that students are safe in schools. This comes after seven pupils lost their lives...