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Kenyan media houses are once again spotlighting the political campaigns ahead of the 9th August general elections, with every day bringing its own news and drama. In their coverage, you can easily tell which political persuasion each media house is favouring.
Radio Africa Group (RAG), which owns a number of radio stations and publishes The Star newspaper, has come under scrutiny after holding correspondents’ pay...
With a smaller loss of Ksh73 million realized in a difficult year like 2021 where Covid-19 pandemic hit most business, the business is riding an optimistic wave that 2022 will be a better year, lifted for the most part by increased advertising related to the 9th August general elections.
Standard Group Editor-in-Chief Ochieng Rapuro, in an internal memo to staff on 20th May 2022, says as the newsroom prepares to cover the General Election, slated for 9th August this year, it had become necessary to address the various staffing gaps in the converged newsroom.
On 16th August 2021, social media influencer and controversial blogger Ronoh Cornelius shared a Standard newspaper cover with the photo of Deputy President William...
Lawyer Paul Gicheru surrendered to the ICC on November 2, 2020, following a warrant of arrest issued against him on March 10, 2016.
A month ago Mohamed Jaffer’s lawyers wrote to Standard Group demanding an apology over an article it published on 11th August.
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The lack of a long-term vision and inadequate resourcing of mental hospital infrastructures continues to take a toll on Kenya’s mentally ill patients.
This strategic move is in line with indaHash vision to cement its presence in Africa, following its impactful footprint in South Africa since 2017 and successful collaborations with clients like the South African Tourism Board.
Running from December 4th to 25th, the SportPesa campaign promises daily excitement with six lucky winners expected to walk away with Ksh5,000 daily.
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Captain William Kipkemboi Ruto is officially known by the name William Ruto, which also happens to be President William Samoei Ruto’s official name.
With the establishment of individual Central Banks for the three East African countries, Kenya began printing and minting its own shilling currency notes under the mandate given to the Central Bank of Kenya in 19676.