The Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) win for a significant pay rise could take a surprise turn if a fresh appeal by the government is granted.
Tension has intensified in Kibera, Nairobi over unfair allocation of houses meant for compensation by the Kenya Railways Corporation.
The Government has denied allegations that civil servants who did not meet the criteria put during the biometric survey will be sacked.
Police in Rabai, Kilifi County are investigating the mystery killing of a 75 year old man known to be a witchdoctor.
First Lady Margaret Kenyatta Friday joined top women leaders from the world during the opening of the World Assembly for Women (WAW,2015) conference, Tokyo, Japan.
First Lady Margaret Kenyatta and Mrs Akie Abe held lengthy discussions Friday where they shared experiences and challenges facing their two countries.
Kisumu Senator Professor Anyang' Nyong'o has petitioned Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery to tour Kisumu and solve the current security mayhem witnessed in the area.
A boat packed with mainly African migrants bound for Italy sank off the Libyan coast on Thursday and officials said up to 200 might have died.
A truck full of refugees discovered abandoned on an Austrian motorway on Thursday contains more than 70 bodies, the interior ministry said on Friday, announcing an updated death toll.
Senators met to discuss progress in their campaign to amend the Constitution to redress frequent turf wars between the National Assembly and Senate.
Holiday tuition at Tigoi Girls High school was disrupted after six classrooms and a games’ store were reduced to ashes in a suspected arson attack.
As the world celebrated Julius Yego's monster javelin throw in Beijing on Wednesday, the North Rift too erupted in thunderous clapping from delirious crowds.
National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi has given members supporting a December election date another chance to fight this week’s amendment bid, even as the extent of political intrigues that led to the first-round defeat of the relevant bill emerged.
The National Assembly has inched closer to enacting draconian legislation to gag the media and shield Members of Parliament from public scrutiny.