NPSC finds seven police officers unfit to serve

By Anthony Kaikai Seven police officers have been found unfit to serve in the national police service out of 31 whose results were withheld for further investigation in the last vetting exercise. Among the officers...

Senators sustain differences over EALA representatives

By  Franco Kundu Controversy surrounding the election of Kenya’s representatives to the East African Community’s Legislative Assembly in Arusha, Tanzania continued Thursday in the Senate amid political interests. In a motion that generated intense debate, Senators...

Govt to establish new cancer treatment centers

By KBC Reporters The government will establish four new cancer treatment and care centers at a cost of 6 billion shillings. The move is geared towards easing the burden of cancer management in the country...

Nation mourns death of former journalist, Janet Kanini

By Edward Kabasa The media fraternity mourns the sudden demise of former journalist and media personality Janet Kanini Ikua. The demise of Janet who has been battling lung cancer since 2015, adds to the long...

Street kids struggle for survival in Kenya

By Margaret Kalekye/AFP Ragged, hungry and rejected by society, thousands of street children abandoned by nearly all live in the Kenyan capital Nairobi. There is however no official figure on the number of homeless children in...

Film board to support broadcast and film professionals’ event

By Claire Wanja/Statement The Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) has committed to support the 2016 edition of the Broadcast, Film and Music Africa Conference, #BFMA8  to be held on Thursday and Friday this week at...

Tunoi tribunal adjourns its sittings to Thursday

By Ben Chumba Tribunal chairperson Sharad Rao says they will give a verdict on Thursday this week on whether to close the bribery allegations probe against former judge Philip Tunoi. The tribunal has been investigating Tunoi’s...

Uhuru assures Lamu residents of security

By PSCU President Uhuru Kenyatta has assured Mpeketoni residents that the Government has scaled up security in the area and asked the residents to cooperate by reporting any suspicious people to the authorities to stop...

Kenya Power vandalism cases down 17%

By Beth Nyaga  The number of arrests carried out by Kenya Power security personnel for crimes related to vandalism and theft of electricity rose by 77 per cent to 257 in the half year to...

More calls on president Uhuru to seek dialogue on election law

By KBC Reporters Pressure continues to pile on President Uhuru Kenyatta not to assent to the controversial Elections law passed by the National Assembly last week. A group of civil society members, church leaders and Uriri...
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