1. Patricia Njirwa: Treasury should give a little to be able to take a little

    The state recently announced plans to collect Sh2.8 trillion in taxes from MSMEs.

    Times Tower
  2. Anthony Muheria: Heed the Pope’s message of healing, hope for Africa

    For us to win the battle waged from without, we must win the one from within us individually and as Africans.

    Pope Francis arrives by popemobile for the mass at the N'Dolo Airport in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
  3. Abdullahi Khalif: Equalisation funds key to strengthening democracy 

    Regardless of who implements it, this Fund shouldn’t be left to the whims and logic of realpolitik.

    President Ruto
  4. Kennedy Odede: A call for dignity in the process of applying for visa

    US envoy Meg Whitman took less than two months to institute a raft of changes aimed at expediting the visa application process.

    Meg Whitman
  5. Kimani Ichung'wah: Expect even better performance as 13th Parliament reconvenes

    Parliament will have to make tough decisions that will return the nation onto the path of economic growth and prosperity.

    Members of Parliament take the oath of office at the National Assembly
  6. John O. Kakonge: Institutions can leverage online learning platforms

    Learning platforms offer great opportunities for institutions to innovatively upscale their programmes.

    e-learning
  7. Ritah A. Obonyo & Brenda Boit: Let’s do more to defeat the killer cervical cancer

    While NHIF has reduced the financial burden of cancer treatment, only one in four Kenyans have insurance cover of any kind.

    pap smear, cervical cancer, cancer
  8. Nelson Onyimbi: Men, reporting SGBV does not emasculate you

    Society values masculinity. But reporting cases of this serious issue that affects everyone does not emasculate men.

    Abused man pix
  9. Dennis Were: Focus on reviving economy

    IMF research shows Kenya, the third-largest Sub-Saharan African economy, may be relegated to fifth by Angola and Ethiopia.

    President William Ruto during a meeting with IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva 
  10. Saboyo Tabitha: Bigger picture in each Kenya Demographic Health Survey data

    Data informs policy interventions, guides budgetary allocations and triggers a change in archaic, oppressive laws.

    Health survey data

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