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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.

Power play in Parliament

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

Great journalism key to vibrant, profitable media industry

Uncompromising excellence in writing is the lifeblood of journalism.

Do Chinese use prison labour in Africa?

This is an old story, but because it’s sensationalism it has endured.

The real refugee problem

Few of the migrants fit the legal definition of refugees.

Where would Kenya be if it engaged its finest minds?

There are many who believe Kenya is a sleeping giant.

Setback in fight against extremism

Proposed amendment unconstitutional and violates fundamental rights and freedoms.

Why gambling tax measures need rethink

Industry wants law to define gambling as entertainment and not a source of income.

Kenyan women have coddled men

How? you may ask. Well, we stopped expecting anything from them.

Step up fight for return of stolen money

AU Executive Council declared July 11 as the day to mark the AU Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption.

Kenya's failed agrarian revolution

Nobody has been able to figure out how to make small-scale farming viable.

Copy London to ease Nairobi traffic jams

London transport is diversified. Public transport is run by the city on behalf of the commuter.

Our peak season of prolonged stupidity

The masses have refused to learn the idiocy and hypocrisy of the power clique.

Be wary of unchecked online betting

Consequences of  unregulated trade include proceeds being used to fund terror and organised crime.