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Justice hurdles when perverts prey on the mentally disabled

Intellectually challenged people are abused, raped and defiled.

Imbeciles? Penal Code breeds prejudice against PWDs

Harsh punishments of offenders watered down by language of law

Globally endangered mammal snapped in Kilifi

It’s not found in any other place in the world, only within the Dakatcha woodland forest.

How 'crazy mzungu' built nature park in Malindi

She lived in a mud house and nurtured trees for 20 years, much to locals' bemusement

Do you know where the food you eat comes from?

Milk contamination the latest in a string of revelations putting health in question

How dirt, drugs and toxins end up in the milk you drink

How the cow is treated and how milk is handled can lead to a toxic brew.

In Kenya, nothing moves unless barons are part of it — envoy

Galana Kulalu failure an indictment of the state, says Noah Gendler.

Why Raila changed tune on Galana Kulalu

Irrigation board and contractor have locked horns over the Sh7bn project.

Blood flows, justice delays in Taita Taveta grazing row

County a flashpoint for conflict that marks many regions during drought.

Battle for Taita grazing rights goes to court

Four herders claim they agreed with ranch owners to pay Sh1.6 million annual fee

Why it's hard to find relatives in City Mortuary

City Mortuary receives more than 10 bodies daily, most of which have decomposed.

New customs chief banks on automation out to weed out fraud

Department collected Sh500bn in the financial year ended June 30.

Why you need to avoid roadside mutura and boiled eggs

You could fall sick within three hours of eating mutura or boiled eggs in some places.

Dilemma of parents with 'outside' children

Majority of those interviewed said they would rather go with the secrets to the grave.

Breaking the news of child born out of wedlock

Psychologist Denousse said that a relationship should be binded with honesty.

How to lose weight without going to gym

You end up working those hard to reach muscles, such as the arms and back fat.

Don’t judge a woman by her motherhood - Millie Odhiambo

The MP inspires women suffering in silence, urging them to rise above tag.