1. Tana River preacher escapes lynching over church theft

    He was accused of stealing Sh92,000, part of the money raised to settle a church member's hospital bill.

  2. Why State is leasing out Mombasa, Lamu port assets

    New operators seeking to lease the ports and the Lamu Special Economic Zone will pay more than $700 million.

  3. How preacher was jailed on bogus defilement charges

    The judge said a broken hymen was not in itself evidence of intimacy.

    jail prison
  4. PREMIUM Port privatisation: Another scandal?

    Revised tender notice sets lower performance requirements for private operators of port facilities even as State says privatisation is to boost efficiency.

    Mombasa Port
  5. Taita Taveta: Leaders, residents protest at meagre payouts for wildlife attacks

    Some victims of wildlife attacks are still waiting for help.

  6. Ports privatisation plans divides Coast leaders

    Leaders opposed to the privatisation plans say it is unwarranted because KPA has a clean record of profitability.

    Danson Mwakuwona
  7. Police seek to detain suspected cult members

    Ten suspected members of the Kanisa la Mungu, Neno la Kweli church arraigned.

  8. Shame of constituency with no tarmac road 60 years after independence

    Residents believe that the region is facing infrastructural negligence due to its vast size.

  9. Soldiers killed in military chopper crash in Lamu

    Crew and other military personnel on board were part of an air surveillance squadron intensifying day and night patrols.

  10. Shakahola cult: State seeks to detain Mackenzie for 180 more days

    State says extracting DNA samples from the 429 bodies exhumed from the forest will take additional six months.

    PAul Mackenzie
  11. Kilifi cult leader Mackenzie to know his fate today

    By August, the death toll in Shakahola had risen to 429.

    Paul Mackenzie
  12. KDF kills two suspected Shabaabs in night raid

    Security sources said tens of other suspected terrorists escaped with multiple gunshot wounds.

  13. The mysterious death of banker Oscar Owino

    The 27-year-old banker had won a scholarship and was on his way to Australia to further his studies.

  14. Land ownership: Maweni residents’ dream remains unfulfilled

    While the land remains theirs in theory, the dream of acquiring titles and legally possessing it remains a mirage.

    Title deeds
  15. Stakes high as port privatisation bid kicks off

    KPA MD has placed bids for management of critical port facilities at Mombasa and Lamu port.

    KPA Yard