For Pamela Sittoni, journalism just flows. If you woke her up in the middle of the night, she would easily write a news story without missing a thing.
The Standard Media Group (SMG) has announced changes in its newsroom in a restructuring move that will see big names in the editorial department...
With most journalists falling for the glamour and less-stressful careers in government and the corporate world, there are certainly fewer good journalists to go round the industry. Yet in an industry where employer loyalty is a rare commodity, there’s no price for guessing the journalists who are likely to change their media brands.
Standard journalists barred from taking sides in "controversial subjects" on social media as media house drafts guidelines for its editorial staff
The company announced pay cuts early April but it will now be moving ahead to declare some employees redundant
As print dwindles, online media appears to be growing, edging out magazines and newspapers and eating more into their audience.
Former Standard senior writer at The Standard, who was among 32 Kenyans who perished when a Boeing 737 Max 8 came down on Sunday...
The Commission for University Education (CUE) has rejected 133 courses offered in more than 20 Kenyan universities for being useless, shallow in scope, and...
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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.