More youth join vocational institutes in Kilifi

Chonga says the county government has equipped all VTIs in the region

Nassir declares war on noisy clubs and bars in Mombasa

He said that the county will conduct raids soon

Locked Somalia officials tour Kenya for insights on Unesco heritage sites

Kenya is the leading country in Sub-Saharan Africa with the highest number of heritage and cultural sites that have ...

Locked Governors say no to extension of medical equipment leasing contract

The leasing period is supposed to end this December and the government has hinted at extending it by another three years

Strides in war on FGM as Muslim clerics denounce practice

Say a girl should be left the way she was born as Islam does not advocate FGM but male circumcision

Locked PS nominee blames Nema, KFS for baobab plunder in Kilifi

Says residents paid as low as Sh100,000 for a tree that was later sold for Sh3.5 million

No need to travel to India for cancer treatment, Kenyans told

Oncologists say Kenya has made huge investments and is ranked number three in cancer treatment.

Judiciary to expand Shanzu court to expedite SGBV cases - CJ

Koome says SGBV is like Covid-19 and there is need deal with it firmly.

Locked Tax incentives only way to grow electric car industry, state told

Mombasa port on Tuesday received the largest shipment of 15 electric buses to Kenya imported by BasiGo.

Locked Coast hotels project full bookings for December

Most mainstream hotels recorded over 80 per cent of bookings in first week of December.

Film championing PWDs rights premiers in Mombasa

The film shows the challenges that people with disabilities go through

Mombasa launches action plan to recognize women human rights defenders

Mombasa Deputy Governor Francis Thoya said the policy will be anchored in law.

Address 'gross' land injustices to end elderly killings, judges told

Kaya elders say there's an upsurge of witchcraft killings due to bad land policies.

Locked How a cerebral palsy child inspired Kwale woman to open a charity organisation

Barqe says she's been accused of sacrificing child to become rich.

Kwale NGO resorts to art to curb teen pregnancies, drug abuse

Mwachausa says 79 per cent of schoolgirls in the region have gone through different types of GBV.

French embassy donates equipment to Mombasa creatives

The light and sound equipment will be used at the Swahilipot Hub in Mvita.

State to use helicopter to ferry exam papers to flood-hit areas in Taita Taveta

Some16,284 candidates are sitting the KCPE and KPSEA in 420 exam centres.