Night weddings banned in Mombasa to curb crime

By Rose Welimo/KNA Mombasa county security team has banned night weddings in a bid to deal with rising criminal activities in the coastal region. County Commissioner Maalim Mohammed commissioner said the decision was reached following an...

Somalia plane: Daallo Airlines confirms passenger missing

By BBC. A passenger on the flight forced to land at Somalia's Mogadishu airport after a large hole appeared in the fuselage has been confirmed missing by the airline.   Daallo Airlines had previously said that all...

Elephants under the radar, satellite tracking begins

By Brenda Kiprono   Kenya wildlife service has embarked on an exercise to fit an advanced satellite radio tracking collar on elephants within the Tsavo ecosystem. The move is intended at analyzing the behaviour of animals when...

Susan Kihika’s name to be in the ballot paper

By Lilian Otieno/Ben Chumba Susan Kihika is now back in the race for the Nakuru Senatorial race after the high court overturned a decision by the Political Parties Dispute Tribunal that nullified her nomination as the...

President tells Africa to advance Pan-Africanism

By PSCU President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged African countries to come up with mechanisms that bridge regional gaps to unite the continent. President Kenyatta proposed the establishment of a continental Institute to train leaders from different...

Kenyans remember 148 Garissa University students killed in terror attack

By Franco Kundu Tens of hundreds of people from all walks of life Saturday converged at Garissa University College in remembrance of 142 students and 6 soldiers killed in April 2 terror attack at the...

Informal channels of selling seeds pose quality assurance issues

By Beth Nyaga Small, family farmers in Africa purchase more than half of their seeds every year through local markets and other informal sources. As it appears most smallholder farmers in Africa are not reliant on...

CORD faults government over performance

By Slyvester Ruto Coalition for Reforms and Democracy CORD has criticized the Jubilee administration of failing to deliver the promises it had pledged in their manifesto to Kenyans three years since it ascended to power....

Coast leaders to vote for Jubilee in the coming elections

By PSCU Residents of the Coast will vote for Jubilee because of the development projects the government has implemented in the past four years, local leaders have said. Leaders, who led a delegation of Chonyi and...

Wetangula woes over BAT claim

By Roncliff Odit Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula has denied allegations that he received bribes from a cigarette manufacturing British American Tobacco Company (BAT) The cigarette company had claimed it offered bribes to the Bungoma Senator in...
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