Words that get you thinking.
  1. Mumina Bonaya: Parents must keep learners on the straight and narrow

    While the long stay at home will provide ample time for parents to find school fees, it will also come with challenges.

    Kibera children
  2. Sammy Kwinga: MPs’ decision is a recipe for anarchy in Somalia

    It beats logic how a parliament whose mandate expired in December last year could extend an equally illegitimate presidency whose term lapsed in February.

    Opposition supporters
  3. Surjit Singh Flora: Beat Covid-19  through mass vaccination

    After getting the vaccine, people wrongly think they are safe and accessible; they can do and go anywhere they want.

    Covid-19 vaccination
  4. Wornicks Gisemba: Tap into fancy car plates

    Inasmuch as the crackdown is valid, NTSA needs to relook into this matter pragmatically and resolutely.

    Roadblock
  5. Eunice Ndirangu-Mugo: Supporting women and supporting nurses two sides of same coin

    A key strategy to empowerment of nurses and, by default, women is through access to higher education.

    Governor Wycliffe Oparanya
  6. Wycliffe Osabwa: CBC can reform teaching, exams, reduce cheating

    CBC is emphatic on competencies like critical thinking and problem-solving, imagination and creativity.

    Turi Sulgwita Primary School
  7. Kevin Maina: Social media activism world for companies

    Participating in social media activism is not only the right thing to do but with it also comes business benefits.

    Social media
  8. Dollarman Fatinato: Let’s learn from Covid-19 to fast track SDG No.3

    Covid-19 has taught us that building a fairer and healthier society requires strong political leadership.

    Covid vaccine
  9. Joseck Olukusi Alwala: Here is engine of innovation

    We must interrogate the way science education is conducted in our learning institutions, more so universities.

    KCSE candidates
  10. Richard Kitheka: With novel technology, formalised homeschooling is worth pursuing

    The digital learning ‘reggae’ will usher in homeschooling as a practice worth pursuing.

    Vivian Oyugi

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