73 Marsabit youths set to benefit from training sponsorship

First Lady Jattani said the program will create pathways to prosperity.

MP threatens court redress against Mombasa muguka ban

Lawmaker also urged President Ruto to intervene to protect muguka farmers

Kenya to benefit from fund to reverse biodiversity loss

The Global Biodiversity Framework Fund is gaining momentum in its bid to put nature on a path to recovery before 2030.

Over 100 teachers lost lives due to mental health issues, says welfare organisation

Most suffered depression and some became alcoholics due to financial strain and social problems.

More than half of all mangrove ecosystems at risk of collapse by 2050 – study

In Kenya, mangroves are found in Lamu, Tana River, Kilifi, Mombasa and Kwale counties

JSS Strike: No learning is taking place, students wasting time

Primary school teachers are overworking themselves.

Varsity students’ innovation to fight air pollution bags award

AirSafi monitors the air quality index, providing real-time notifications to communities and industries about pollution ...

Traumatised students in Maai Mahiu yet to report back to school

Tragedy mentally affected both students and parents who need psycho-social support.

Opinion divided over whether Malombe should seek re-election

Governor and his proponents says he should vie so that he meets his term limit in office of serving two consecutive ...

Tana River IDPs protest state order to go back to their homes

The 1,800 families from Mororo village were victims of the recent flash floods

Amina Abdhalla: Muguka is the leading cause of mental health

Mental health champion says they will roll out a program sensitising the public on the effects of muguka, in a bid to ...

Bomet residents reject higher water tax proposed by supplier

Members of the public shoot down increase from Sh30 to Sh203 during public participation.

Three arrested in protests against nuclear plant

Several people, including a police officer were injured in the Tuesday protests which lasted hours

RBA in new push register informal sector in pension schemes

Data from the Retirement Benefits Authority says only 26 per cent of the labour force is actively saving for retirement

Embrace court annexed mediation to reduce cases backlogs, Homa Bay residents urged

Orwa says court annexed mediation is significant because it improves relationship between aggrieved parties.

Kisumu residents counting Sh12.7 million food stocks losses in floods aftermath

Onyango says some was washed away by the floods, but most of it was destroyed during evacuation.

Kakamega residents urged to support Matawa organic fertiliser project

The plant aims at manufacturing nitrogen-rich manure to benefit the region and other counties at a low cost.