Search on for 2 APs, coxswain after boat capsizes in Lake Victoria

Group patrolling lake off Mugabo beach along Kenya-Tanzania border caught up in huge storm.

Locked How brokers, cheats swindle helpless Kwale fisherfolk

Lacking cold storage equipment, they are forced to sell their stocks quickly at throw-away prices to avoid fish rotting.

Water firms to plant a million trees to fight climate change

Each of the 100 service providers across the country will be required to plant at least 10,000 trees.

KFS recruits 2,700 forest rangers to boost surveillance

It also unveiled eight vehicles to help resolve mobility challenges.

Kisumu residents urged to conserve water catchment areas

Owili emphasized the need to speed up efforts towards achieving sustainable water management practices.

Locked Scientists develop fast maturing cashew varieties

The varieties are KKorosho 81, KKorosho 82, KKorosho 100 and KKorosho 75.

KPA starts processing Sh1.76b payout for fisherfolk

Affected fishermen will be personally sought to append their signatures.

Woman jumps into well, man hangs himself in Naivasha

She opened lid of borehole and jumped in as neighbours watched in horror, police collected body later.

Court bars removal of Nairobi acting county secretary

Musumba will remain in office up to May 8, 2023, when the case will be heard.

Locked ID changes lives of once-stateless Makonde people

Despite being born in Kenya and possessing land, they lived like squatters for lack of identity cards.

Sakaja proposes 8 zones fit for night clubs operation

The zones are subject to review depending on development trends.

Fishermen want Coast Guard out of Lake Naivasha

Fish catch has dropped sharply, Coast Guard blamed for colluding with illegals.

Kenya inks Sh32 billion climate-smart agriculture deal

Venture to reduce dependence on importing food by $200m, over Sh26bn annually.

Activist sues five supermarkets for packaging, selling sugar it hasn't milled, allegedly hurting farmers, consumers, ...

Hearing May 17, four of five fail to respond to petition by Stanslaus Alusiola.

Garissa NGOs team up to help drought-hit residents

500,000 people are food insecure in Garissa

Governor Ayacko to skip Ruto's Saturday tour of Migori

Ayacko took a dig at the visit and insisted that ongoing mass action calls will continue

St Pauls University students elect new leaders

  • Victor Solitei, a third-year student, broke the institution’s election record by beating his rival, Bedan ...