Words that get you thinking.
  1. Njoki Chege: A free Press is a pillar of democracy

    We must collectively put aside our previous frustrations with the Kenyan Press and realise the importance of a robust media industry.

  2. Bwire Mugolla: Draging police in partisan politics is a dangerous route we must avoid

    Mr Oscar Sudi was being sought over remarks he made earlier in the week.

  3. Majid Twahir: The pandemic has given us lessons galore

    One lesson from Covid-19 is that we should stop and smell the roses – enjoy ourselves, our families and our environment.

  4. James Onyango: Monitor children online

    Parents are well-placed to monitor the media content their children consume and offer appropriate advice.

  5. Stephanie Musho: Not ‘abortion bill’ but fight for women's health, rights

    The abortion clause only allows for termination of pregnancy in emergencies.

  6. Mutethia Mutiga: To ease traffic in city, change business model

    Commuters support the plan as it will ease traffic; the snarl-ups are a nightmare.

  7. Siddharth Chatterjee & Anna Mutavati: Women’s constitutional rights cannot wait another 10 years

    Implementation of the two-thirds gender principle in Parliament remains elusive.

  8. Nixon Shigoli: Why wellness approach to personal health is crucial

    Covid-19 has taught us the importance and value of good health.

  9. Wycliffe Osabwa: Internet cannot replace teachers

    According to education experts, web-based education can erode education standards if not handled well.

  10. Joseph Muthama: Let us focus on a healthy mind to stop suicide

    Effective mental healthcare is the antidote to suicide prevention.