Why You Can Still Register to Vote
[Nation] Are you an eligible Kenyan and had not registered when the voter listing ended on Sunday?
Kenyans Don't Mind Being Bribed for Votes - Poll
[Nation] A majority of Kenyans would not mind voting for political aspirants who splash money and promise them rewards during election campaigns.
3 Million Kenyans Need Relief Aid
[East African] Close to 3 million Kenyans are in need of relief assistance, official said.
Poll Shows Kenyatta More Popular Than Odinga
[Nation] If elections were held today, 47 per cent of Kenyans would vote for President Uhuru Kenyatta while 30 per cent would vote for Cord leader Raila Odinga, an Ipsos poll has shown.
Raila Odinga's Daughter Admitted to City Hospital
[Nation] Cord leader Raila Odinga's daughter Rosemary has been admitted to a hospital in Nairobi.
Supersport Loses NBA Africa Rights to Zimbabwe Tycoon
[Nation] Kwes├ę Sports, the pan-African sports television company owned by Zimbabwean billionaire Strive Masiyiwa, has secured exclusive African broadcast rights for the US National Basketball Association (NBA) taking the battle for sports viewership in Kenya and the continent a notch higher.
Films Board to Reintroduce Mobile Cinemas With Local Cast
[Nation] The Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) will in a month re-introduce mobile cinemas as it seeks a new approach to instil morals among children.
France to Help Kenya the Fight Against Al Shabaab
[Shabelle] France values Kenya as a strategic, economic, diplomatic and development partner in the region, the incoming French Ambassador to Kenya, Antoine Sivan, has said.
Political Parties Expected to Submit Nomination Rules to IEBC Starting Today
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- Political parties were on Monday expected to start submitting their party nomination rules to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
Films Board to Use Scouts in the War Against Gambling Craze
[Nation] The Kenya Films Classification Board (KFCB) will use scouts in renewed efforts to fight gambling among children, chairman Ezekiel Mutua has said.
Somalia a Great Example to Rest of Africa
[Nation] As Somalia's president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, popularly known as "Farmajo", prepares to be sworn into office on Wednesday, his ascent to power evokes positive events in Africa in the last two years.
Why Ghosts of Post-Election Violence Could Return to Haunt Kenya
[Nation] The ghosts of the 2007-2008 post-election violence could return to haunt Kenya following a plan to air a documentary featuring testimonies of the victims.
Governor Joho Markets Mombasa in U.S
[Nation] Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho has been traversing the United States, marketing the coastal city as a tourist destination and a model city.
Police Investigating Killing of MCA and Parliamentary Aspirant
[Nation] Police are investigating the killing of a Member of County Assembly (MCA) and a parliamentary aspirant who were on Saturday morning shot inside a bar in Marigat town, Baringo County, as violence escalated in the region.
Why Nkrumah Wanted Jomo Kenyatta Exiled in Ghana
[Nation] Jomo Kenyatta would have been sent to exile in Ghana three years before Kenya's independence if efforts by pan-Africanist Kwame Nkrumah had succeeded, documents from the British Prime Minister's office show.
Economic Policy Options for African Economies in Advent of Brexit, Trump
[Nation] There are interesting coincidences in the Brexit and "America first" movements. First is their timing and ideological convergence, second is the affinity between their prime movers, and third is that the three men -- Mr Boris Johnson and Mr Nigel Farage of Brexit, and President Donald Trump of "America first" -- all share German ancestry.
Politicians in Conspiracy to Defeat Constitution
[Nation] Anyone who has been keenly following the political circus surrounding the forthcoming elections cannot have failed to notice that there are greater, more sophisticated forces at play.
Amherst College Humbled Uhuru in Spite of High Life Back At Home
[Nation] A quiet, reserved but attentive student. That is how classmates and professors of Uhuru Kenyatta remember him during his time as a university student in the United States more than three decades ago, multiple interviews with his classmates and lecturers show.
Work On Multi-Billion Shillings High Grand Falls Dam Set to Start
[Nation] Construction of the biggest dam in Kenya is set to kick off at Kibuka falls on River Tana.
Egyptian President Begins State Visit to Kenya
[East African] Nairobi -Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi arrived in Kenya Saturday morning for a state visit.