What does it take for a grandmother to make a living from the depths of a lake?
To a farmer, rain is generally a welcome blessing. Wet weather and plants are usually a match made in heaven.
He stood bravely, unfazed by the world leaders facing him at the United Nations conference on Aids in New York.
Looking at the distant Elgeyo escarpment, Samuel Kemkem sits perched on a stone at El Nino campsite centre seemingly pondering what the near-future holds.
More details are emerging on the blatant disregard to laid down procurement and staffing regulations as well as power play at NYS which is under investigation for the loss of Sh791 million.
TSC insists that the newly recruited teachers will report to work in a week's time as it grapples with the month-long teacher's strike.
A Form Three student was yesterday sentenced to 12 years in prison after being convicted on three terrorism counts.
The merger of all Jubilee Alliance affiliate parties gained momentum yesterday with officials of the political outfits meeting to discuss the framework that will guide them into joining JAP.
Pressure is mounting on teachers' unions to call off the strike even as they obtained a court order stopping the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) from recruiting contract tutors.
On September 9, 1981, somewhere amidst the greenery of Kiambaa in Kiambu District, a slim, well-built man in a trademark suit stood up to eulogise a close personal friend.
Court halts recruitment of 70,000 teachers on a 3-month contract by TSC following a case filed by Trade Union Congress of Kenya.
Robbers posing as auditors Friday morning stole Sh30.9 million from Equity Bank’s Othaya Branch.
Controversial 'doctor' Mugo wa Wairimu was Friday morning charged with rape and 11 other counts including operating a clinic illegally.
Seated on a sofa set in their single-room house in Kibera slum, the 12-year-old mentally-challenged girl is oblivious that she has given birth.