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Worrying trend: violence against women still high

Women cannot trust men that are close to them, are mostly the perpetrators.

Use vital factors of revenue sharing to unlock stalemate

CRA mandated to define the basis of division of revenue and is consulted by Senate.

Fast-track probe at NHIF for night services to resume

Insurer not working at night because 'there is no staff to process patients' claims'.

Why older women like eggplant

Dating younger, way younger, men (often broke) just does not make any cents.

Empower youths with skills to access job opportunities

Majority of youth have inadequate skills, taker long periods to transit from school.

National awards not for people without integrity, sycophants

The president should withdraw awards given to corrupt people in government.

Voters expect too much from MPs

More or less demand all the benefits of a welfare state, directly from the MP’s pocket.

Media has failed watchdog role

Not highlighted issue of participatory budgeting, key aspect of Constitution.

Duty-free maize is bad for the farmer

Reduce import duty to 25 percent to end maize shortages

Climate change hinders fundamental rights

To meet the challenge we, the people, must be more connected with each other.

Public not involved in inclusion of CBC to reforms in 2012

Magoha says CBC is unstoppable 'a lot of taxpayers' money sunk in the project'.

Abortion stigma denies survivors speedy treatment

Medical staff fear in the event of illness, they will be arrested.

Treat wildlife trafficking like drugs trade

IWT must be treated as transnational organised crime.

Only tax-compliant betting firms should be spared closure

SportPesa released figures of taxes which don't match the government's.

TI confirms the obvious

About 130 million people in 35 African countries pay bribes to access public services.

Outlaw bullying to protect victims from permanent scars

15-year old form 2 students made headlines after suffered brain damage.

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Duty-free maize is bad for the farmer

Reduce import duty to 25 percent to end maize shortages

Regulate betting companies but don't close them down

Betting has existed since the dawn of human history, not likely to go away.

Central Bank correct to regulate digital lenders

The CBK is going to give a grace period of six months to mobile loan borrowers before ...

It's good first step for women in Parliament

Women hold 23 percent of seats in Senate and National Assembly.

MPs should respect SRC and skip new allowances

Whether or not MPs give out money is their business. Some, It is a personal choice.

Collymore represented what leaders might be

He was a brilliant business leader but also accessible and human.

Public Service Commission should set ethnic guidelines

Bigger tribes will be disproportionately represented in government institutions.

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Worrying trend: violence against women still high

Women cannot trust men that are close to them, are mostly the perpetrators.

Empower youths with skills to access job opportunities

Majority of youth have inadequate skills, taker long periods to transit from school.

National awards not for people without integrity, sycophants

The president should withdraw awards given to corrupt people in government.

Use vital factors of revenue sharing to unlock stalemate

CRA mandated to define the basis of division of revenue and is consulted by Senate.

Fast-track probe at NHIF for night services to resume

Insurer not working at night because 'there is no staff to process patients' claims'.

Outlaw bullying to protect victims from permanent scars

15-year old form 2 students made headlines after suffered brain damage.

Only tax-compliant betting firms should be spared closure

SportPesa released figures of taxes which don't match the government's.

Abortion stigma denies survivors speedy treatment

Medical staff fear in the event of illness, they will be arrested.

Columnists

Why older women like eggplant

Dating younger, way younger, men (often broke) just does not make any cents.

Media has failed watchdog role

Not highlighted issue of participatory budgeting, key aspect of Constitution.

Voters expect too much from MPs

More or less demand all the benefits of a welfare state, directly from the MP’s pocket.

Climate change hinders fundamental rights

To meet the challenge we, the people, must be more connected with each other.

Treat wildlife trafficking like drugs trade

IWT must be treated as transnational organised crime.

TI confirms the obvious

About 130 million people in 35 African countries pay bribes to access public services.

EACC makes gains in asset recovery

Over the last few years, the EACC has recovered assets worth over Sh11 billion.

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EACC makes gains in asset recovery

Over the last few years, the EACC has recovered assets worth over Sh11 billion.

Retain the 47 county woman reps in Bunge

Logically don't need extra woman MPs if you have one-third female candidates.

Prof Mbithi’s exit from Uon should be treated with dignity

We should not make final decisions based on allegations made against him.

Power play in Parliament

The Senate is the lower house with an upper house name.