Kenya Country of fakes: Why everything you use could be harming you

A new report has revealed shocking details of fake products circulating in the Kenyan market in what should worry consumers. Everyday products such as baby diapers, cooking oil, food seasoning,… Read more »

Uhuru, Ruto hold crisis talks amid simmering tension in Jubilee Party

A five hour crisis meeting between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto on Friday brought to the fore the simmering tensions within the Jubilee party and the desperate… Read more »

Taxi ride from hell :Nairobi woman shares her horrifying experience with taxi driver

Sheila Mbathe  claims a cab driver attempted to rape her while on her trip to her house in Buru Buru, Nairobi. Sheila Mutheu is a woman terrified of climbing into… Read more »

Avoid strippers, watch your wives instead, no-show Nyeri men told

Nyeri wives are a stressed lot because their husbands have been refusing to come home at night following recent opening of a strip club in town. And now calls are… Read more »

University of Nairobi unveils PhD in Journalism programme

The University of Nairobi (UoN) Senate has approved the curriculum of the long awaited doctorate programme in journalism. The programme starts in September this year following conformity with regulator, Commission… Read more »

Nairobi billionaire Samuel James Kinyanjui no Kenyan bank wants to touch

Long-running investigations into the financial dealings of Nairobi tycoon Samuel James Kinyanjui have taken a new turn after all banks declined to serve him citing instructions from banking fraud investigators…. Read more »

Shock to real estate developers as property set to be demolished

A National Assembly committee touring Nairobi’s waterways was shocked at the extent of encroachment. The MPs, who were investigation the annexing of riparian land in the city, visited a mall… Read more »

Art of reviving an old brand

Bernard Njoroge re-invented Treetop, a product with a footprint of nostalgia in virtually every home across the country and generations  For anyone born in the 1960’s 70s and 80s, Treetop was… Read more »

Land thieves of Kisii who kill with impunity

Peter Makori, a one-time journalist in Kisii now based in the US, was shocked when he returned home to find his land in Gesonso area in Kisii municipality, grabbed. When… Read more »

Unity Homes Supports Kenya’s Big Four Agenda With 1,200 Affordable Homes at Tatu City

Unity Homes, a developer of inclusive residential communities in Kenya, will build 1,200 affordable homes at Tatu City, the U.S.-backed, mixed-income development in Kiambu County. The Ksh 4.5bn ($45mn) project… Read more »

Gikomba ‘vultures’ who preyed on distressed traders, tenants

Conventionally world over, when a disaster occurs, the first responders are expected to offer a hand of help. At dawn Thursday morning, a section of Gikomba market in Nairobi was… Read more »

Kenyan chef at The Pentagon serves her recipe for success

Growing up in Mombasa, Frida Karani’s grandmother pushed her to learn how to cook, for her to make a good wife someday. Decades later, she perfected the art and is now an… Read more »

[VIDEO] President Uhuru Kenyatta: If my brother Muhoho is guilty, let him face the law

President Uhuru Kenyatta has emphasised that no one will be spared in the war against corruption including his brother, Muhoho, if found guilty. This comes after Protech Investment Limited, a… Read more »

Waiguru, Kahiga differ on location of Nairobi-Nanyuki train station

Nyeri Governor Mutahi Kahiga and his Kirinyaga counterpart Anne Waiguru have clashed over the location of the main station of the Nairobi-Nanyuki Railway that is being revived. Governors from Mt… Read more »

Kenyan-born US lawyer Jeff Matemu deals Trump a blow [VIDEO]

Jeff Matemu win landmark case against Jeff Sessions A Kenyan-born immigration lawyer practising in the US Jeff Matemu has won a landmark case against US Attorney-General Jeff Sessions. In the… Read more »