Congolese former vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba and his defence team bribed witnesses to lie in his defence at a war crimes trial that ended in the highest ranking conviction by the International Criminal Court, judges ruled on Wednesday.
The Health Ministry and its Agriculture and Livestock counterpart are locked in a dispute over powers to regulate medicines for livestock.
Justice David Maraga has been sworn in as the new Chief Justice in a ceremony attended by President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House, Nairobi.
Governor Hassan Joho has 21 days to file his defence in a contempt case against him.
A former internally displaced person has sued the Government for injustices Kenyans have gone through since independence.
A primary school in Subukia is in the spotlight following the death of a Standard Eight pupil after he was allegedly beaten up by a teacher.
Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto has said the car he was travelling in was involved in an accident between Mai Mahiu and Suswa where one man lost his life.
Kisii University Main Campus has been closed indefinitely following two days of student unrest.
A number of Countries have supported the candidature of Kenya’s Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed to the position of the chairperson of the African Union Commission.
The Government has put in place security measures for the Mashujaa Day celebrations to be held in Machakos County.
President Uhuru Kenyatta Tuesday lamented of being frustrated by rampant corruption in the country despite his efforts to curb the vice.
Burundi's parliamentary vote last week to leave the International Criminal Court poses "a setback in the fight against impunity," the court's governing body said on Tuesday.
Twenty local Ford Kenya officials in Bungoma County yesterday decamped to Jubilee Party.
Narc party leader Charity Ngilu has broken her silence over her political stand and indicated that she intends to join CORD.