Land debate dominates hunt for 1.7 million Coast votes

Land is emerging as a key campaign issue in the battle for the more than 1.7 million votes in the coast region’s six counties, as the clock ticks towards the… Read more »

Senators, EACC to take action on Oparanya for disobeying order

The Senate Public Accounts and Investments Committee is this morning expected to meet key state agencies to discuss what action to take against Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya for ignoring summons…. Read more »

NYS scam: MPs deal a blow to Anne Waiguru

Lawmakers have dealt a major blow to former Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru in her quest to put the National Youth Service scandal behind her. The MPs on Wednesday adopted… Read more »

Stingy officers, higher prices abroad caused unga shortage

Two blunders by the government — the first leading to the second — are behind a biting maize shortage in the country that has caused the escalation of prices of… Read more »

State rolls out Mombasa commuter railway plan

Mombasa is set to get a commuter railway service to ease congestion and time-consuming traffic gridlock in Kenya’s second-biggest city. The Kenya Railways Company (KRC) on Tuesday invited bids from… Read more »

Raila tells off Muthama, asks him to respect Kalonzo

NASA flagbearer Raila Odinga has scolded Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama and told him to stop criticising his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka. You have to respect the Wiper leader, Muthama was… Read more »

Matatu owners, boda boda support Uhuru re-election

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election bid has received a major boost after matatu owners in the country agreed to support him. Speaking to the Nation on Tuesday, Matatu Owners Association (MOA)… Read more »

Chinese group wedding heralds Kenya’s new railway

Work at the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) Nairobi Terminus on Saturday momentarily came to a halt when Kenyan workers joined their Chinese peers to witness a group wedding of four… Read more »

How fresh produce store in city grew into a thriving chain

Twenty six years ago, fresh out of university, Sukhwinder Jandu was working for an importation company supplying products to Gilani’s, a butcher shop located at ABC Place in Nairobi. The… Read more »

Ngugi wa Thiong’o among 8  awarded honorary degrees  by Yale University  for their achievements

Yale awards honorary degrees to eight individuals for their achievements At its 316th Commencement, Yale awarded honorary degrees to eight individuals who have achieved distinction in their respective fields. Their… Read more »

Garbage-to-charcoal venture earns Chebet Lesan 27yr-old entrepreneur a date with the Queen [VIDEO]

Chebet Lesan did not imagine that a trip to the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro would make her quit a stable corporate job to start her own business. Never in a… Read more »

Drama as body buried two months ago exhumed in Kisumu County [VIDEO]

A body of a man buried almost two months ago on a disputed piece of land in Tieng’re, Kisumu County was on Tuesday exhumed following a directive issued by the… Read more »

Muslim leaders vow to rally community behind President Kenyatta [VIDEO]

President Uhuru Kenyatta was Tuesday hailed by Muslim scholars and leaders of Islamic institutions for taking actions that have honoured the community. The leaders, who met the President in two… Read more »

How I almost became a teenage dad in campus

As a freshman, I whiled away most of my hard earned campus time perched in my lust scented room, revising my notes on seduction in the company of a curvaceous… Read more »

Britam launches building Sh3.3bn 11 floors apartment units in Nairobi Kilimani area

Britam  will spend Sh3.3 billion to develop 11 floors of fully furnished and serviced apartments in Kilimani, Nairobi targeting the business travellers, consultants and business executives. The development will comprise… Read more »