1. Protect public servants, union asks state

    The Union of Kenya Civil Servants says attacks targeted at civil servants are creating a hostile environment for the workers who are key to service delivery.

    Wilson Asingo
  2. Museveni’s son says he needs two weeks to capture Nairobi

    He also blamed retired President Uhuru Kenyatta for not contesting for a third term in the August 2022 polls.

    Lt-Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba
  3. Harmful Chinese pill not for sale in Kenya: Board

    The Board says the product is substandard and poses a great risk to the health and safety of the public.

    Chinese pills
  4. Rights groups to appeal EACJ ruling on Tanzania Maasai land case

    In a ruling delivered last Friday, the EACJ found that the Maasai failed to show they had been evicted from their ancestral land.

    Maasai eviction case
  5. Woman drops sexual assault case against Linturi

    State Counsel confirmed to court that the woman has agreed to withdraw the attempted rape case.

    Mithika Linturi
  6. The community where building the family hut is a wife's job

    Among the Gabbra, it is the responsibility of the wife to erect the family house, and the women work as a team

  7. Rachier's family reacts to his revelation of Freemason ties

    His elder brother John Rachier said the revelation did not come as a surprise to him because he has known it all along.

    Nairobi-based lawyer and Gor Mahia Football Club chairman Ambrose Rachier.
  8. GMO food now legal in Kenya after Cabinet lifts ban

    The cabinet meeting was chaired by President William Ruto.

    William Ruto Cabinet Secretaries
  9. Win for copyright agency in fight with MCSK

    MCSK wanted court to stop the Copyright Board from interfering with its activities.

    Kecobo Edward Sigei
  10. Suspected 'Kenyan' serial killer goes on trial in the US

    Billy Chemirmir is accused of killing 22 elderly Texans.

    Billy Chemirmir serial killer texas


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