The stringent measures announced on March 26 by President Uhuru Kenyatta as part of the country's efforts to curb the spread of Covid-19 have...
While Kenya's public health system is weighed down by corruption, inadequate funding, mismanagement and labour disputes - its private facilities seem to be fairing much better. Ensuring that the country's health facilities - both private and public - meet the highest international standards would open up a multi-billion shilling medical tourism industry in the country.
Kenya needs to consider the welfare of sex workers even as it rolls out Covid-19 vaccination in hospitals across the country. Not only did Covid-19 threaten their livelihoods but it also exposed them to poor health outcomes.
With the rising world’s population and increased mass consumption, there is a greater need for youth to venture into agriculture
According to the World Bank, approximately 56.0% of the Kenyan urban population live in slums and poor quality housing in rural areas.
Spencon case illustrates the need for awareness amongst Kenyan workers on the recourse they have in case they encounter discrimination.
The most successful company in the region - both in terms of profits and innovation - being led by one of our own is something to be proud of.
In the video, the K24 weekend news presenter, a celebrity loved and hated in equal measure, is visibly drunk and spews epithets.
Instead of outlining how the government plans to handle partial lockdown and annihilate the virus, he chose to talk about 4G network.
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