April 18

  • Kenyans' Long Wait for Justice

    Deutsche Welle

    The trial of Kenyan President Kenyatta at the World Criminal Court is threatening to collapse due to lack of evidence. Survivors of the 2007 post-election violence fear they will... Read more »

  • Scores of Shabaab Suspects Arrested

    The Star

    65 Ethiopians suspected to be members of the Al Shabaab were arrested this morning in Ruiru. Read more »

  • Government Enhances Security in Mombasa

    Capital FM

    Security has been beefed up in Mombasa during the Easter holidays in the wake of terror threats. Read more »

  • Land and Tree Incentives Entice Kenyan Farmers to Save Forests

    AlertNet

    A Kenyan government plan to increase the country's forest cover by giving local people incentives to plant and preserve trees is paying off, resulting in more productive farmers... Read more »

  • Police to Prosecute Maalim for Incitement

    The Star

    It emerged yesterday that police will charge former deputy Speaker Farah Maalim with incitement as National Assembly Majority Leader Adan Duale defended himself over claims that he... Read more »

  • Tour Drivers Ask State to Categorise Them Under Different Operators

    The Star

    TOUR Drivers have appealed to the government to create a different category from PSVs for the tour operator's vehicles. Kenya Tourist Drivers and Guides Association vice chairman... Read more »

  • Bungoma Roads Chief Probe to Go Ahead

    The Star

    Embattled Bungoma roads boss Stephen Nendela with lawyer Henry Makhakara consult during the court proceedings A Bungoma court has allowed the assembly committee investigating... Read more »

  • I'm Not to Blame Over IDs, Says Kajwang

    The Star

    HOMA Bay Senator Otieno Kajwang has absolved himself from blame that he performed poorly during his tenure as Immigration minister. He has been accused of failing to register... Read more »

  • Kwibuka20 Commemoration of the Rwanda Genocide

    The Star

    Rwanda high commissioner Yamina Karitanyi, UN resident coordinator Nardos Bekele-Thomas and ambassador Ruth Solitei during the Kwibuka20; Remembering 20 years of the Rwandan... Read more »

  • Kimengere in Prison Over Othaya Posters

    The Star

    OTHAYA politician David Kimengere who was on Wednesday charged in court over posters was remanded at King'ong'o Prison in Nyeri after he failed to raise a bond. Kimengere was... Read more »

  • KWS, Forest Service Set to Be Merged

    The Star

    The government is in the process of merging various parastatals with the aim of cutting operation costs and enhancing efficiency in service delivery. Read more »

  • Former PS Leting in Land Dispute With Neighbour

    The Star

    POLICE in Kapsabet are investigating a case in which a 10-acre maize plantation was sprayed with chemicals following a dispute between former head of civil service Joseph Leting... Read more »

  • Rasanga's Wife Heads KNA Office in Siaya

    The Star

    SIAYA Governor Cornel SIAYA Governor Cornel Rasanga's wife is the new information officer in the county. The director of information Joseph Owiti posted Rosella Njaya Amoth to head... Read more »

  • Police Pick Out Two Shabaab Financiers

    The Star

    POLICE yesterday identified and released details of two suspected Alshabab financers in Mombasa county. Police said the suspects are behind recruitment of youths to join alshabab... Read more »

  • Kenyan Scholar Wins Global Award in UK

    The Star

    A professor of Horticulture at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology has won the prestigious 2014 Edinburgh Medal. Read more »

  • 310 More Troops for South Sudan

    The Star

    THE senate has unanimously approved the deployment of 310 additional KDF troops for peace keeping mission in South Sudan. Senators from both sides of the political divide supported... Read more »

  • My Team Is Very Much On the Side of Victims [interview]

    The Star

    Karim Khan, lead counsel for Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto at the International Criminal Court, gave an extensive interview to The Hague Trials Kenya. Questions came from... Read more »

  • State Accused of Derailing Registration of Persons Bill

    The Star

    The government has been accused of sitting on a bill prepared two years ago by the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution that would have ushered in a new law... Read more »

  • Eleven Killed in Eldama Ravine Dawn Accident

    The Star

    ELEVEN people died in a dawn accident at Quarry area on the Nakuru Eldoret highway when the matatu they were traveling in collided head-on with a trailer. The 6am accident occurred... Read more »

  • Sh500 Welfare for County Reps

    The Star

    MCAs have passed a motion to contribute Sh500 each to a fund that will help cater for funeral expenses in case one of them dies The assembly agreed to start contributing for the... Read more »

  • Transaction Fees Drives Up Equity's Q1 Earnings

    The Star

    EQUITY bank's profit after tax rose 20.68 per cent to Sh3.88 billion during the first three months of this year compared to Sh3.21 billion posted during a similar period in 2013. Read more »

  • Uhuru Warns Corrupt Police of 'Stern Side'

    The Star

    The government will not condone any form of corruption especially in the security sector, President Uhuru has said. The President said corruption poses a direct threat to the... Read more »

  • Former MP Wants Nyakach Clash Victims Paid

    The Star

    FORMER Nyakach MP Pollyns Ochieng wants the government to compensate victims of the Kericho-Nyakach border clashes. He said more than 20 residents were killed, while 100 houses... Read more »

  • I Will Not Tolerate Lazy Officers, Says Akaranga

    The Star

    VIHIGA Governor Moses Akaranga has told senior county officers to own up to their failures. He said the county government will not tolerate officers who cannot deliver on their... Read more »

  • Kisii Eyes Factory to Process, Blend and Export Local Tea

    The Star

    THE Kisii government wants to start value addition in tea and exporting the commodity directly to foreign markets. Governor James Ongwae and Deputy Governor Joash Maangi said they... Read more »

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