Date: Friday, July 25, 2014    Time: 13:17  
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News Release

Cases of malnutrition alarming South Sudan

Over  13, 270  Children in parts of South Sudan are suffering from shocking rates of malnutrition, the international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have revealed. Majority of ...

Governments Urged To Facilitate Women To Embrace Farming Technology

Governments  in  Africa have been challenged to facilitate women to embrace modern technology in farming. AU  Chairperson, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has said that governments in Africa have no choice but ...

Governance

Cattle Rustling Stalls Development

Prolonged Cattle rustling along Pokot -Turkana border has led to many projects funded by government and non-governmental organizations in the region to stall. Speaking to the press on Wednesday in his ...

580 needy students receive shs. 2.7 million bursary fund

580  needy students in Kajiado North Constituency have received sh.2.7 million for school fees from the Ministry of Education Bursary  fund. Speaking at St. Mary’s hall in ...

Education

580 needy students receive shs. 2.7 million bursary fund

580  needy students in Kajiado North Constituency have received sh.2.7 million for school fees from the Ministry of Education Bursary  fund. Speaking at St. Mary’s hall in ...

Open University Programme Set To Increase Enrolment

Only 40 percent of the qualified high school students in the country get admitted into local universities every year. There is therefore need to increase the capacity to absorb additional students ...

Business

Cattle Rustling Stalls Development

Prolonged Cattle rustling along Pokot -Turkana border has led to many projects funded by government and non-governmental organizations in the region to stall. Speaking to the press on Wednesday in his ...

Kengen To Increase Power Output

Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) is set to increase power output at its Ngong wind power plant by 20.4MW. Speaking during an inspection tour of the Ngong wind firm, KenGen CEO ...

Health & Environment

Boda boda operator attacked and robbed of his motorbike

A  boda boda operator was attacked and robbed of his motorbike by unknown people on Thursday night at Chorongi village, Nyeri County. The operator was at his usual business when two ...

Physicians Told To Believe in Traditional Medicine

Kericho County governor Prof Paul Chepkwony has urged medical practitioners to integrate traditional medicine with westernized medicine for better healthcare. Speaking at the launch of Family and Emergency Medicine Programme, Chepkwony ...

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Sports

Teams cautioned against fielding players without work permits

Football teams in the lower leagues have been cautioned against fielding foreigners without valid work permits. The caution, by Football Kenya federation, (FKF) Nairobi Branch chairperson Michael Ouma comes days before ...

Tacticians decry poor officiating

Nairobi Provincial League coaches have expressed anger over poor officiating standards in the league. The remarks by the tacticians on Wednesday come ahead of the league’s second leg scheduled ...

Gender & Children Issues

580 needy students receive shs. 2.7 million bursary fund

580  needy students in Kajiado North Constituency have received sh.2.7 million for school fees from the Ministry of Education Bursary  fund. Speaking at St. Mary’s hall in ...

Boda boda operator attacked and robbed of his motorbike

A  boda boda operator was attacked and robbed of his motorbike by unknown people on Thursday night at Chorongi village, Nyeri County. The operator was at his usual business when two ...

Wildlife & Tourism

Tourist Board Strategies To Boost Tourism

The Kenya Tourist Board (KTB) has launched strategies aimed improving the image of the country as a tourist destination following the soaring wave of insecurity that has led to drop ...

 Dead Whale Attracts Crowds

Dead Whale Attracts Crowds

[caption id="attachment_31408" align="aligncenter" width="448"] The decaying whale that was washed by strong tides in ...

Peace/Security

Cattle Rustling Stalls Development

Prolonged Cattle rustling along Pokot -Turkana border has led to many projects funded by government and non-governmental organizations in the region to stall. Speaking to the press on Wednesday in his ...

580 needy students receive shs. 2.7 million bursary fund

580  needy students in Kajiado North Constituency have received sh.2.7 million for school fees from the Ministry of Education Bursary  fund. Speaking at St. Mary’s hall in ...

Opinion

Media  urged  to  bridge  deepening  national  divide

Media urged to bridge deepening national divide

The  National  Steering  Committee on Media Monitoring has called on the media to play a fundamental role in arbitrating between public opinion and the State by bridging the deepening national ...

Christians advised against being lured to devilish lifestyle

The house of God is a holy place which must be respected by all people who profess the Christian faith. These remarks were made on Saturday by evangelist Elkana Mose ...