‘I did not kill my wife Janet Waiyaki’, says George Kirubi

George Kirubi looks remarkably composed for a grieving widower who lost his wife to a police shooting just four days ago. He looks every inch the successful city businessman with… Read more »

I am no slay queen, it is strictly business

Consolata Wanjiru stands out in the streets of Nakuru Town because of the way she approaches her work of selling eggs and sausages with dignity and determination Consolata Wanjiru, 23, looks… Read more »

Ann Ngirita, the air supplier to NYS who pocketed Sh59m

If you thought the case of Josephine Kabura – the hairdresser who confessed to lugging sacks of National Youth Service cash  – was shocking, wait till you hear about Ann… Read more »

Foreigners seeking fresh work permits realise they were duped before

A section of foreigners rushing to register afresh as directed by the government were on Wednesday in for a rude shock, after they discovered they have all along been in… Read more »

Google announces Sh200m impact challenge for Kenyan social enterprises

Google is offering $2 million (Sh200m) grant to Kenyan nonprofits and social enterprises that have a compelling technology-based project improving society on a local or national scale. The Sh200m will… Read more »

72 year old British man found guilty of raping girls he met on holiday in Kenya

Hull locksmith Keith Morris guilty of raping girls he met on holiday in Kenya ;Keith Morris, 72, has been on trial at Leeds Crown Court for two weeks An east… Read more »

US firms eye Nairobi flower expo as direct New York flights beckon

US firms are among the exhibitors that will debut in the seventh edition of the International Flower Trade Expo (IFTEX) in Nairobi, thanks to the expected launch of direct Kenya… Read more »

Top NYS officials face arrest

PS Lillian Mbogo-Omollo, Richard Ndubai could be arrested over Sh9bn NYS scam Public Service Principal Secretary Lillian Mbogo-Omollo and National Youth Service (NYS) boss Richard Ndubai are among 29 government… Read more »

Heart-breaking experiences: The nightmare of moving houses in Nairobi

Every so often, we move houses. We move houses when we get a good job. We move houses when we get sacked, or demoted. Living in Nairobi is a study… Read more »

Ex-minister Sunkuli wants answers after son is found dead

The Sunkuli family want police to conduct thorough investigations into the death of Mr Augustine Salaton who they said died in unclear circumstances. Former Internal Security minister Julius Sunkuli and… Read more »

The untold story of Janet Waiyaki’s shooting at City Park [VIDEO]

 Bernard Chege, 26, the survivor of a strange police shooting in which his friend, Ms Janet Waiyaki, was killed, on Sunday narrated how the two officers ignored his pleas… Read more »

Maximising profits: How I secured fat market for my 300 pigs trade

When one thinks of a farmer in Kajiado, what comes to the mind is a red shuka-clad Maasai cattle herder. However, the devastating drought and the shrinking land space is making livestock keeping… Read more »

How Sh1, 000 loan made me rich – James Kisia, Kamba billionaire

Wealthy Kenyans rarely entertain discussions that focus on their net worth. But not James Kisia. He says he’s worth Sh2 billion. His route to financial success was through trading in… Read more »

I monitor each of my 400 pigs with this app

As farmers embrace technology to boost their ventures, a pig farmer in Meru has gone a notch higher and embraced a software app that helps her run the pig farm. The farm’s owner, Ann… Read more »

The beautiful tree that makes my money grow

Visitors driving along Kibwezi-Kitui Road always marvel at the spectacular scene of sprawling tall trees on an expansive farm. The plantation that belongs to Jonathan Kituku, 62, hosts 17,000 melia… Read more »