Date: Wednesday, July 30, 2014    Time: 13:05  
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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

Nubian community decry discrimination

The Nubian Community in Kisii County has petitioned the local authorities to ensure their constitutional rights are respected. The Nubian Muslim community of Daraja Mbili in Kisii town claimed they were ...

Muslims appeal for title deeds

Muslim community in Taita-Taveta County has urged the government to fast-track the issuance of title deeds to mosques to end land injustices in the region. Speaking to KNA on ...

Education

Students advised to keep off illicit liquor

Uasin Gishu County Commissioner Mr. Abdi Hassan has advised students from learning institutions within Eldoret Town to keep off illicit alcohol and drugs that have become a major ...

Sign language course to be introduced at the Kericho Rehabilitation Centre

Plans  are underway to introduce a sign language training course at the Kericho Vocational Rehabilitation Centre in Kericho  County. According  to the Assistant Manager of  the Vocational ...

Business

Students advised to keep off illicit liquor

Uasin Gishu County Commissioner Mr. Abdi Hassan has advised students from learning institutions within Eldoret Town to keep off illicit alcohol and drugs that have become a major ...

Muslims appeal for title deeds

Muslim community in Taita-Taveta County has urged the government to fast-track the issuance of title deeds to mosques to end land injustices in the region. Speaking to KNA on ...

Health & Environment

Students advised to keep off illicit liquor

Uasin Gishu County Commissioner Mr. Abdi Hassan has advised students from learning institutions within Eldoret Town to keep off illicit alcohol and drugs that have become a major ...

Medic denies claims of hoarding drugs

Kisumu East Medical Superintendent Dr. Amos Otedo has refuted claims that the hospital’s staff is hoarding drugs. Speaking to KNA on the phone Wednesday , Dr. Otedo said the ...

Video

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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

Sign language course to be introduced at the Kericho Rehabilitation Centre

Plans  are underway to introduce a sign language training course at the Kericho Vocational Rehabilitation Centre in Kericho  County. According  to the Assistant Manager of  the Vocational ...

County governments urged to ensure tender rule is honoured

County governments have been challenged to take a leading role to ensure that the 30% tendering allocation for women, youths and persons with disabilities succeeds. In a training for women and ...

Wildlife & Tourism

Mystery as snakes convert a well into residence

Mystery as snakes convert a well into residence

Residents of Majengo village in Ngolia Location in Taita-Taveta County remain mystified after half a dozen snakes invaded a village well and allegedly led to the disappearance of the water ...

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 ...

Peace/Security

Students advised to keep off illicit liquor

Uasin Gishu County Commissioner Mr. Abdi Hassan has advised students from learning institutions within Eldoret Town to keep off illicit alcohol and drugs that have become a major ...

Cases of human-wildlife on the increase on sections of Tana River

Residents of Jareroth and Konaramadha locations in Garissa and the neighbouring in Tana River Counties respectively wants the Kenya Wildlife Service to intervene following increased cases of human-wildlife ...

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 ...