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[VIDEO] KNUT Unending Demands including entertainment allowance, house mortgages and car loans among other benefits.

A deal to end the ongoing teachers strike failed to materialize after the teachers union rejected the 17 billion shillings offered by the government, saying the strike would only be… Read more »

Kenyan Government considering tablets over laptops for Class One pupils

The government is considering the introduction of tablets instead of laptops to Class One pupils in all public schools across the country. Cabinet Secretary for Education Prof Jacob Kaimenyi said… Read more »

Kenyan woman, Fulbright Scholar to Educate Researchers in Kenya

Faith Maina, a SUNY Oswego faculty member and a new Fulbright Scholar, looks forward to returning this school year to her native Kenya as she seeks to build the research… Read more »

Kenya:Zetech College gets Cisco academy certification

ZETECH College has passed rigorous assessments to achieve the milestone of becoming a CISCO Academy, under African Advanced Level Telecommunications Institute (AFRALTI). According to the arrangement, the College will start… Read more »

Former Vice-President Hon Dr. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka Appointed Founding Chancellor of a Ugandan Univesity

Press Release: In an appointment instrument dated 10th June 2013, Prof. Henk G. Sol by the virtue of the authority entrusted to him as Chairperson of the Board of Trustees… Read more »

The Humbling Story of Johnson Mwakazi – From Kibera to a Public Figure[VIDEO]

Many Kenyans know my name; they know face, they know my voice, they know what I do. But to the rest of the world, let me introduce myself.  My name… Read more »

[VIDEO] Kenya Pupils During The Day, Hawkers at Night

With primary education having been declared free in Kenya ten years ago one would be forgiven to expect that all children of school going age are enrolled for classes but… Read more »

President Kenyatta secures Microsoft support for computers

President Kenyatta has secured Microsoft International’s support for the implementation of the computer to schools programme. Microsoft Global President Jean-Philippe Courtois said his company will support the government in training… Read more »

Georgetown University launches new scholarship for African Students in Master of Science in Foreign Service

MSFS LAUNCHES NEW SCHOLARSHIP FOR STUDENTS FROM AFRICA Starting in fall 2014, the Master of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS) at Georgetown University is offering a full- tuition scholarship for… Read more »

Get your career growing as an IT trainer: kenyan consulting firm is recruiting

A LOCAL consulting firm is seeking 16 individuals as it moves to train a team of staff to work as accredited trainers and consultants. Achievers Consulting Limited is scouting for… Read more »

Disgraced former DJC Nancy Baraza headed to teach law at the University of Nairobi

“In three words, I can sum up everything I have learned about life: It goes on.” These words of the famous American poet Robert Frost best illustrate the move by… Read more »

New Court Judgment spells end to strikes in critical jobs for Nurses and Doctors

The courts have finally put to rest a long dispute as to whether those involved in providing essential services can engage in industrial action. In a judgement delivered on April… Read more »

Video:President Uhuru pledges to educate Otonglo narrator (PHOTOS)

Daniel Owira who was made famous by his National Drama Festival performance that had President Uhuru Kenyatta and his wife Margaret Kenyatta laughing out loud has had the rare second… Read more »

(VIDEO) Nairobi Primary School Set To Go Digital

[embedplusvideo height=”400″ width=”600″ standard=”http://www.youtube.com/v/DDzmfhyC9jg?fs=1″ vars=”ytid=DDzmfhyC9jg&width=600&height=400&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=0&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=&notes=” id=”ep5442″ /] One of the oldest primary schools in Nairobi is breaking from tradition by investing in a green project that will see smart boards… Read more »

11 Kenyans start nuclear training in South Korea

A team of 11 Kenyan students have commenced training in a South Korean nuclear graduate school in a move aimed at boosting local capacity for nuclear energy generation. The 11… Read more »