[VIDEO] State House dismisses claims of rift between Uhuru, Ruto

State House has denied claims that there was a growing rift between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto, a day after the Head of State lashed out at… Read more »

Retreats, costly hotel meetings banned in Kajiado’s austerity measures

The county government of Kajiado has taken steps to adopt austerity measures in all its operations in a bid to save much needed resources. Governor Joseph ole Lenku has banned… Read more »

Court orders senior Interior ministry officer to return Sh113m of unexplained wealth

The Anti-Corruption Court in Nairobi has ordered a senior Interior ministry officer to return more than Sh100m worth of unexplained wealth. Thomas Njogu (pictured) is accused by the anti-graft agency… Read more »

Rwanda signs deal with Paris St Germain to promote tourism, Tea and Coffee

Rwanda signed a deal on Wednesday with French soccer club Paris St Germain to promote tourism in the east African nation, its second such agreement since last year. “We invest… Read more »

City Hall doubles parking fees in CBD

Nairobi motorists to pay Sh400 to park in CBD Nairobi motorists will from Wednesday start paying Sh400 daily parking charges in the Central Business District (CBD). The changes will also… Read more »

The dangerous drugs used to spike drinks, food in Kenyan clubs

Some men inhale or suck these drugs from women’s breasts or are added to food, drinks. Stephen Kamau*, 30, counts himself lucky to be alive to tell his story of… Read more »

How the home has turned into a deadly place for Kenyan women

Intimate partners accounted for four in five of the 148 gender-related deaths in the past year More than 148 Kenyans were killed over the past one year in gender-related violence,… Read more »

Ruto open to calls for referendum as rivals clash over BBI way forward

The just released Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) task force report has opened a new battlefront for politicians who are now sharply divided on what route the document should take. Yesterday,… Read more »

Faces behind mushroom boom in city

Beautiful white mushrooms packed in purple punnets sit pretty on the shelves of Naivas supermarket, Westlands branch, in Nairobi. The mushrooms are appealing to the eye and they look appetising,… Read more »

[VIDEO] Othaya Level 6 referral hospital handed to Kenyatta National Hospital

Kenyatta National Hospital has taken over the operations of the Othaya Level 6 referral hospital, which will now be named the Kenyatta Hospital Annex. The takeover was announced during a… Read more »

The ‘devil’ is in the Sh322.5 billion in allowances per year, says SRC

As public coffers run on empty, civil servants took home a staggering Sh322.5 billion in allowances last year. A technical paper on streamlining allowances in the public sector seen by… Read more »

Court orders Dennis Itumbi to pay monthly child maintenance

Mr Dennis Itumbi, the embattled Innovation, Digital and Diaspora Communication Director in the Office of the President, has been ordered to start paying upkeep for a child he fathered. The… Read more »

College that sent land prices in Ruiru village up by 420 per cent

Inside 10 years Ruiru-Kimbo’s history of land appreciating by 420 per cent In 2009, entrepreneur Lizzie Muthoni Wanyoike of the Nairobi Institute of Business and Technical College was having a… Read more »

Kenyan DUI suspect allegedly tried to bribe cops after crash broke daughter’s collarbone in Atlanta Georgia

A Kennesaw mother faces two felonies after allegedly trying to bribe officers after driving drunk and crashing her car, which broke her daughter’s left collarbone, authorities said. Rachel Michuki, 41,… Read more »

Inside sluggish Sh883b Nairobi slum upgrading programme

The Government insists that its Sh883 billion Kenya Slum Upgrading Programme (Kensup) is on track despite delays. Established in 2003, it was scheduled to be realised by 2020. And despite… Read more »