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Girls can no longer trust friends, family or teachers

Jenny (not her real name) escaped from school in mid-2017 when the pressure became too much.

Inside Bridge schools’ tech-driven success

The academies use technology to manage staff & teaching content

How to cope with grief and loss

While there is no right or wrong way to grieve, there are healthy ways to cope with the pain.

Do not pick it if you did not drop it

Unexploded bombs from age-old operations have killed many residents.

World littered with mines and bombs

Many countries are contaminated with unexploded ordnance.

Children with disability take up farming

They cannot stand on their own without artificial aid, but they are good farmers.

Cops sue Boinnet over pay, promotions

Those suing submitted their degree certificates last year.

[VIDEO] Children take up gymnastics and wow parents with agility

Inside a colourful tent in Nairobi, children aged 18 months to about 12 years do flips, splits, backflips and tumbling ...

How ignorant Kenyans risk being disinherited

In Kenya, there is a law that provides guidelines on matters relating to inheritance of property by dependents or ...

‘Useless’ courses, Helb arrests and tripling fees rock varsities

On Monday last week, Kenyans woke up to the news that 133 degree programmes had been blacklisted by the Commission on ...

Kenyan farmers decry expensive chicken feeds, blame Uganda

Poultry farmers are struggling to break even as Ugandan imports shrink prices.

Local supply does not meet demand — traders

Egg traders have defended the move to import eggs from neighbouring countries, citing insufficient supply of the ...

Farmers sell eggs at throwaway prices, burn trayloads as imports hurt profits

Poultry farmers are struggling to break even due to high cost of feeds and low returns as Ugandan imports shrink ...

Kenyans turn to digital careers as technology alters job market

Three years ago, fisherman Bernad Mulobi had his first experience with a smartphone, and it completely changed his ...

‘Directors fly to Dubai as players await pay’: Kenyan rugby at crossroads ahead of polls

When rugby fever ruled the country, fans would turn up as early as 9am for the sport’s marquee tournament, Safari ...

Economy slowdown hurt rugby — Nondies chair

Sports, like any other sector in the country, is grappling with a depressed economy, and Nondies RFC chairman Auka ...

Profiles of NLC bosses exiting amid threat of lawsuits for ‘work not done’

They were men and women on whose shoulders the burden of restoring sanity in the land sector was bestowed. The eight ...