200 residents rendered homeless after forceful eviction

Among the destroyed are the Mwamdudu secondary school, dispensary and houses.

Japan extends Covid-19 restrictions as Olympics draw nearer

The move casts more doubt on whether the Olympics will go ahead as planned.

Tangatanga is dead, Junet says on Ruto MPs’ 'BBI defeat'

Leaders say vote can be surmised as the death of Ruto’s Tangatanga movement.

Muslims observe prayers during last Friday of Ramadan

Government has declared next Friday a public holiday to mark Idd-ul-Fitr.

Schools get Sh7.5bn to prepare for reopening

Third term is the last stretch in the road to recover the time lost to closures

Linturi to face 37 charges over Sh100m bank loan

Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i says all the charges were criminal in nature

Be honest with clients, Mwilu tells new advocates

Ag chief justice called on the group to equip themselves with the skills to deal with industry challenges

Magoha bans school reopening for Grade 4 learners

Some private schools had directed parents to prepare the learners for reopening

Uhuru, Raila allies celebrate passage of BBI Bill by MPs

ODM chairman John Mbadi thanked MPs for their votes.

15 more lives lost to virus as 568 test positive

173 patients have recovered from the disease.

Nairobi businessman denies land fraud charges

Court releases the accused on a cash bail of Sh100,000

Alai denies defaming MP Mishra's fertility clinic

Says posts may have been made by a namesake or an imposter account.

Encroachers frustrating Mumias cane milling —receiver manager

legal officer says the management had ploughed over 670 hectares in readiness for milling revival

Eyes now turn to the courts as MPs clear way for referendum

Pending court case the only remaining hurdle in the quest to amend 2010 Constitution.

10 MPs pull surprise, go against the grain in BBI vote

They include Kimani Ngunjiri, Feisal Bder, Khatib Mwashetani and David Sankok.

[FULL LIST] How your MP voted in the BBI debate

MPs for the first time attained the required two-thirds majority to vote on a bill.

State to conduct wildlife census for status of resources

Census will enhance conservation efforts by determining the exact numbers.