Oxygen scandal-At face value a decision by several county governments to instill oxygen plants to wean themselves off commercial suppliers is a stroke of genius. On the ground, however, things are different. Breakdowns and technological challenges are denying patients the life-saving gas..
BBI team confident referendum will be held in August-Proponents of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) now say the referendum on the proposed constitutional changes should be held by August.
Why top universities are on IMF’s radar-If the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has its way, Kenya’s oldest and biggest universities Nairobi, Kenyatta and Moi will be trim and more financially sound in the next three years.
Teachers, civil servants hit in new pay freeze-Treasury commits -Sh8 billion, which is only 10 per cent of amount that had been requested for pay reviews as country reels from the effects of Covid-19 pandemic.
Koome: Judges saved Kenya from a crisis in 2017 elections-Court of appeal Judge Martha Koome has explained why a three judge bench issued an order suspending High Court ruling on the eve of Kenya’s repeat election.
Nightmare for road users as Expressway takes shape-Motorists and commuters will continue spending longer hours in traffic for the rest of the year, as the construction of the Nairobi Expressway moves to an advanced stage.
Kalonzo on edge over Musalia-Moi presidential ticket-Power balance would leave Musyoka with the possibility of becoming prime minister if BBI referendum sails through.
Uhuru bows to pressure, stops fuel price increase-A last minute intervention by the National Treasury after public uproar on expected fuel prices increase forced the energy agency to retain fuel pump prices.
Dusk -to -dawn curfew to run until May 29, says CS Matiang’i-The night curfew across the country will continue until May 29, Interior CS Fred Matiang’i has said.
We met in April, Married in April – Slain KBC journalist eulogized-Slain KBC journalist Betty Barasa was warmly eulogized on Wednesday, 14 April during her requiem mass held at Montezuma Monalisa Funeral Home in Nairobi.
SGR land valuation reports ‘missing’-Valuation reports that were relied on by Kenya Railways Corporation (KRC) to pay Sh12 billion in compensation for land acquired for the construction of the Standard Gauge Railway have gone missing. Public Accounts Committee chaired by Opiyo Wandayi learnt that the reports were not available at the National Lands Commission (NLC) Offices.