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Mr Mwamba, who did not attend any formal beautification class, started his business with just Sh5,000 and now earns up to Sh500,000 per month. Entrepreneurship experts often say that people… Read more »

From street child to manager

David Kariuki, 38, is unbothered by the boisterous chatter around him, in fact, he seems content  to be amongst these happy-looking children. Unlike them, his childhood was far from happy…. Read more »

Bridge International Academies: We offer quality education for Sh500 per month

Bridge International is the largest chain of non-formal schools in Africa providing high quality education to children of parents living on less than Sh200 per day Bridge International is the… Read more »

Two University of Nairobi students develop a networking site

Sidney Rema, a 3rd year medical student and Phelix Juma a 3rd year engineering student at the (University of Nairobi) UoN have developed a new platform dubbed VoSpine. According to… Read more »

Nakuru girl named national maths champion, earns varsity scholarship

Kenya has a new national Mathematics champion. Jehoi Sang’ of Bahati Girls Secondary School, Nakuru county, was named the Miss Mathlete after a national contest that saw over 10,000 students… Read more »

[VIDEO] Kenyan Teen Moms Get 2nd Chance at Education

Rates of teen pregnancy are high in Kenya, where a recent government survey found that 18 percent of women aged 15 to 19 have either given birth or are pregnant… Read more »

Condemned Kiambu buildings set for demolition

The Kiambu county government has laid down stringent measures to control the mushrooming of poorly constructed residential and commercial buildings. According to the County Director of Planning, Mr John Mbau,… Read more »

Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University closed indefinitely after students riot

Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology (JOOUST) has been closed indefinitely following protracted student demonstrations that started on Friday night, sparked by an alleged disputed student union’s elections…. Read more »

Meet the ten-year-old writer Tinashe Kimunya

For a 10-year-old, Tinashe Kimunya has probably read more books in than most adults. But, that is not the only feat she has achieved. She has already authored two books,… Read more »

Moi University ordered to close law school

The Council of Legal Education has ordered Moi University to close its school of law for failing to meet requirements to offer the course. The decision has thrown into jeopardy… Read more »

Busy schedule for President Uhuru as he arrives in New York

President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived in New York on Friday to attend the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly. The President, who arrived shortly after 4.00 p.m. Kenyan time,… Read more »

Online solution links kenya job seekers to employers

Finding a job is never easy with Kenya’s current unemployment rates rising each day. While some blame this for harsh economic times, others say it is due to a mismatch… Read more »

Kenyan-educated student wins global education award [VIDEO]

George Benson Lyimo, a student at Braeside High School, has been crowned ‘Outstanding BTEC International Student of the Year 2015′. The award was presented in a ceremony held at the… Read more »

President Uhuru rules out pay rise for teachers as unions press on

Kenyans will have to pay more taxes if the 50 to 60 per cent pay rise demanded by teachers is met, President Uhuru Kenyatta has said. Mr Kenyatta said the… Read more »

ODM protests over Grace Kaindi as new county security bosses named

The shake-up of the police service was extended to regional bosses on Wednesday when Interior CS Joseph Nkaissery reshuffled county commissioners and police commanders in all the 47 counties. Security… Read more »