1. PREMIUM Guyo: Mind doctors more than politicians

    In fact, why build hospitals at all if we don’t need educated doctors?

    Doctors' strike
  2. PREMIUM Kagwanja: History’s unapologetic; meritocracy is Kenya’s only pathway to progress

    Meritocracy is the true foundation of a functioning democracy.

    Charles Githinji Keiru
  3. PREMIUM Bindra: Why that personal touch to customers matters everyday

    Make sure you stand out from your crowd of competitors.

    Customer service
  4. PREMIUM Kang’ata: Political game Tawe Movement is playing

    Politicians in a modern democratic polity will not employ direct ethnic language.

    Governor George Natembeya
  5. PREMIUM Makau Mutua: Raila A. Odinga, the intellectual

    Raila is one of the most educated Kenyans and in a field that is both complex and rare.

    Azimio la Umoja One Kenya leader Raila Odinga.
  6. PREMIUM Ng’eno: Judiciary needs bottom-up reform

    Many judicial officers endure frequent exposure to attractive inducements over long durations and many ultimately succumb.

    Judiciary
  7. PREMIUM Oguda: Kindiki should deploy police in hospitals to protect patients from death, diseases

    Instead of deploying the police to fight with doctors, establish the Kenya Police Evangelical Ministry.

    Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki
  8. PREMIUM Muriithi: Wide gap between talk and action in State spending harm economy

    Actions, more than pronouncements are what matter in economic management.

    GDP
  9. Mathiu: Think deeply about salary issue

    We can’t be spending 43.5 per cent of our taxes paying salaries.

    Striking doctors
  10. Peter Mwaura: Insensitive headline and the risks of unrestrained poetic licence

    It is essential to use appropriate language to convey the gravity of a grim occasion.

    Rwanda genocide