KBC attains required threshold of 40 pc local content

By Ruth Mutegi The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation is the only established media house that has complied with the 40% local content threshold as prescribed by...

Table motion on electoral reforms, clerics urge MPs

By Asha Khamis/Rufus Hunja Religious leaders have called for a quick tabling of a motion in Parliament that would determine how electoral reforms will take...

President Kenyatta urges regional leaders to commit to peace

By PSCU President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged leaders of the regional grouping, ICGLR (International Conference on the Great Lakes Region), to do everything in their...

Supreme court to rule on jurisdiction to hear Rawal, Tunoi appeal

By Asha Mwana Khamisi A five judge bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Willy Mutunga is Tuesday expected to make a ruling on...

Embattled Judge Tunoi wants Sh200m claim dismissed

By KBC Reporter Embattled Supreme Court judge Philip Tunoi wants the tribunal investigation the 200 million shillings bribe allegation against him to dismiss the case.  Through his...

President Kenyatta travels to Angola for Great Lakes Summit

By PSCU President Uhuru Kenyatta Monday afternoon travelled to Luanda, Angola, to attend the 6th Ordinary Summit of the International Conference on the Great Lakes...

Court to rule whether CORD to compensate owner of burnt matatu

By KBC Reporters High court will on Thursday this week hear and rule on whether CORD principals and the coalition should compensate a woman...

Kenya joins the world in marking world albinism day

By Claire Wanja/Statement Kenya Monday joined the rest of the world in marking the World Albinism Day. This is a day of celebrating people whose...

NCIC summons Moses Kuria, Kimani Ngunjiri

By Beth Nyaga National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) has summoned Gatundu South Moses Kuria, his Bahati counterpart Kimani Ngunjiri and Kabete MP Ferdinand Waititu...

CORD suspends demos to give dialogue a chance

By KBC Reporters Coalition for Reforms and Democracy has temporarily suspended countrywide demonstrations set for Monday to next Thursday to allow their Jubilee counterparts respond...
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