Sarah Cohen rejects invitation to Will opening

Kirundi advocates had invited Wairimu as well as Gabrielle Cohen to opening.

Moses Kuria tells Murkomen to quit over Uhuru dams decision

Murkomen said the committee misled the President.

Uhuru eulogises Wangari Maathai's ex husband as bold

Mwangi and professor Maathai got married in 1969.

Dutch tycoon Tob Cohen's Will to be opened tomorrow

Cohen will be buried on Monday in a private ceremony at a Jewish cemetery in Nairobi.

Maina Kamanda pledges support for Imran after Raila meet

"As Jubilee we have a candidate but as a person, I will be with the ODM candidate".

Tob Cohen to be buried on Monday

Cohen will be buried at a Jewish cemetery on Wangari Maathai road.

Court acquits Junet, Jumwa hate speech case

The court has ruled that the charge sheet was defective and not clear.

Passaris rescues lady who delivered outside health facility

Passaris has condemned the act and has promised that she will follow the matter.

Richard Ngatia elected Great Lakes Private Sector chair

He is tasked with developing the strategic plan and action plan for the organisation.

Millie opens up on her infertility in emotional interview

"God made me in a very wonderful way. I feel complete with or without a child."

Canada PM Trudeau apologises for dressing up in brown face

Picture shows him wearing turban and a white robe, with his face covered in dark makeup.

Tunisian presidential candidate 'to stay in jail'

Karoui, 56, was detained last month on charges of money laundering and tax fraud.

CORRIDORS OF POWER

Bishop tries to conceal death in his church

Catechist denies defiling minor

Nyamu demands compensation from Eldoret Catholic Diocese.

MP ready to forgo salary 'for Kenyans' sake'

Legislator says Kenyans must start treating leadership as a calling.

Monica says Okoth not father of MCA's son

Monica Okoth disputes DNA results produced in court

World

Canada PM Trudeau apologises for dressing up in brown face

Picture shows him wearing turban and a white robe, with his face covered in dark makeup.

Trump names new national security adviser

Robert O'Brien is Trump's fourth national security adviser in his presidency.

Israel election result too close to call

Yisrael Beiteinu party leader Avigdor Lieberman may end up being the kingmaker.

Mexico to keep fuel prices stable despite Saudi attacks

The president said oil-producing Mexico benefited from higher oil prices

Deadly bomb attack hits Afghan election rally

President Ashraf Ghani was about to address the rally but escaped unhurt.

Netanyahu fights for record fifth term in do-over election

Netanyahu has announced his intention to annex the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank

At least 12 dead and several missing in India boat capsize

Rescue authorities have been deployed and are searching for bodies in the river.

Africa

Tunisian presidential candidate 'to stay in jail'

Karoui, 56, was detained last month on charges of money laundering and tax fraud.

Liberia school fire leaves 23 children dead

23 children have been killed in a fire at a boarding school in a suburb near the Liberian ...

Ethiopian crash victims want 737 MAX documents from Boeing

Nearly 100 lawsuits have been filed against Boeing by at least a dozen law firms

Kenyan sentenced to two years for conning Rwandans

Kinuthia's lawyer, Evode Kayitana said the sentence was unfair.

South Africa apologises to Nigeria over xenophobic attacks

A special envoy from South Africa presented an apology to Nigeria's President Muhammadu ...

Burundi musician Kidum 'confused by Rwanda ban'

Mayor of Rwanda's capital said in this instance permission had not been sough.

Dozens feared dead in DR Congo boat accident

At least 34 people are feared drowned after a boat sank in the River Congo.

Somali government slaps Jubaland State with more sanctions

This is in a bid to crippling it into submission and to tow the government line, local ...

The Conversation

Ebola: Why cross-border risks for Kenya remain high

Kenya appears prepared, but a lot more can be done.

Kenyans participate in HIV vaccine trial

If the trial is successful, it will bring a new form of HIV prevention to people.

More than 50 dead in South Africa after heavy rains

President Cyril Ramaphosa will visit affected communities in both provinces.

How politics shapes the way African cities are run

Everyday politics boil over into multi-party politics and municipal governance

Why embracing indigenous languages could have major ...

Kenya is a multilingual country with over 42 different indigenous languages. In ...

How Nigeria has got better at running elections that are ...

The conduct of periodic, competitive, participatory, credible and non-violent elections ...

Shutting down the internet doesn’t work – but governments ...

As the internet continues to gain considerable power and agency around the world, many ...

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Private detective denies threatening to kill two people

Mugo has previously been accused of abducting and detaining a businessman.

DP allies furious as Uhuru stops Kimwarer project

Rift  Valley leaders said the government was determined to kill the projects.

MPs backtrack on push to bypass SRC on perks, allowances

Controversial pay clauses deleted in view of Uhuru's reservations

Cohen's skull was smashed, hands and legs broken

Killers smashed his skull, dislocated his leg and broke his hands as he struggled.