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Ancient skeletons suggest the rich, poor were treated equally at death

The egalitarian society honoured their dead equally without any of the trappings of social stratification.

Locusts could multiply 500 times, warns FAO

UN agency urges aerial sprays, says only way to stop spread of swarms

Kenya among 50 hungriest countries in the world

The Global Hunger Index 2019 ranks Kenya at position 86 out of the 117 countries.

Central alcoholics sick with dangerous brain disease

Sixty five per cent of Kikuyu male alcoholics in Central Kenya suffer severe alcohol use disorder, a chronic brain ...

Rains to halt Thursday, sunny intervals weekend

Weatherman says temperatures are expected to remain high

Uhuru wins praise on NHIF directive, warned on reshuffles

The ministry of health has now seen four Cabinet Secretaries within five years.

Frequent reshuffles at Ministry of Health bad, Uhuru told

Five Cabinet Secretaries and six PSs have worked at the ministry in the last five years.

NHIF's Sh500 scheme broke, MPs allege cover-up

Experts say NHIF has been "captured" by service providers and pays them three times more than it receives from poor ...

Who's happy with the rain? The locusts

Most regions will get rains this week, though January usually dry.

Cuban medics conduct 5,000 key surgeries in 18 months

The 101 expatriates have carried out more than 48,000 routine procedures

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